Tamil Nadu Tourism, where Nature meets Sanity
A vacation for some people means, spending time away from the madness and chaos of the cities and get to learn something about the hidden treasures of unknown places. There are many such places in India that travelers are unaware about, the state of Tamil Nadu is one of them. From visiting temples that are centuries old to exploring the natural scenery of the hill stations, all of this will give you a refreshing and divine experience only in Tamil Nadu.
When thinking about Tamil Nadu holidays the first think to strike the mind are the hill stations, below mentioned are a few of them.
Ooty: Also known as “queen of hill stations” Ooty tourism no doubt is amongst the best hill stations India currently has. This place is covered with pine trees all around and when you have a top view of them you will be at loss of words to describe the feeling. At the rose garden which is stretched across 4kms you can find some of the finest variety of roses, 20,000 to be precise. Walking around this garden with your loved one or even alone will be a visual treat you can hardly find anywhere else. If you wish to have a look at the man-made marvels here, the thread garden will leave you amazed. This place buzzes with flowers that are made of threads by artisans over the period of 12 years.
Kodaikanal: The next must visit hill station in Tamil Nadu is the Kodaikanal. The green valley, pillar rocks and Guna caves are worth visiting. This hill station has ample of everything that Tamil Nadu is known for, from the Kurinji Andavar temple to the Kodai lake where you can enjoy the breath taking view and also try horse riding and cycling, Kodaikanal tourism has every element to make your holiday memorable here.
The cities worth visiting in Tamil Nadu
Madhurai: If you are all for the temples and wish to encounter the rich and colourful culture that Tamil Nadu has preserved then Madhurai is the city to be. Also known as the Athens of East the city has numerous temples to enchant you. The Meenakshi Temple, which has around 1,000 pillars and all in a straight line that produce melodious music when tapped. The Goripalayam mosque will give you a peak of the Persian architecture, the entire structure is carved out of a single rock that was brought from Azhaga Hills. St. Mary’s Cathedral Church which is also amongst the best Roman churches ever built in India is also present in the city. In short Madhurai tourism will get not just Indian but also international architectural wonders.
Chennai: Chennai is all about fun, food, entertainment. The capital city of Tamil Nadu is a mix of modern and contemporary aspects of southern India. Sipping the filter coffee, walking along the Marina beach and enjoying the vibrant nightlife are some of the things you cannot miss when here.
Call it city of temples or a place that combines historic art and nature at its best, Tamil Nadu is the ideal destination for the tranquility lovers.
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