India is a very large country with a wide variety of cultures, backgrounds, and even natural and lifestyle patterns, so one visit to him is enough, as you cannot discover the magic of India from only one region. In the south, for example, which consists of areas such as Kerala, Karnataka, Telegana and others, you will find unparalleled uniqueness in the rest of India from the relics and water channels surrounding palm trees, various beaches, etc. … Get to know us with the most important tourist attractions in southern India for your next tourist trip.
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Humpy in Karnataka
Hampi is one of the most important historical regions in India and was once the capital of the Viajayanagar Empire and one of the most important empires in the history of India. Therefore, you will find in Hampi a lot of ancient relics in many parts of it and dates back to the 14th century, especially in a site that extends over 25 kilometers and includes more than 500 teachers. Many visit Hampi from the Goa tourist area, where there are easy connections between Goa and Hampi.
Badami, Aihole and Pattadakal in Karnataka
These three sites are distinctly heritage and worth a visit from the neighboring Hampi and are rich in temples and relics from the Chalyuka Empire that ruled India between the fourth and eighth centuries. As for Badami, it is an essential area to get acquainted with the cave world in India, and in Eihul there are about 125 stone temples at a time when Patadakkal is more famous than the other two regions, but it contains a temple with multiple buildings worth visiting.
It is not beautiful from a boat tour on the Kerala canals that are surrounded by palm trees and known as the “final areas.” You can spend a night on the boat amid the waters in the shadow of the charming nature and the majestic calm of Houla … For a wider experience you can stay for a night or two in a resort close to the canals and taste the traditional Indian seafood with Kerala special recipes.
Varkala in Kerala
Varkala beach is a breath taking place, with a magnificent view of the Arabian Sea and surrounded by coconut trees, small shops, hotels and guest and visitor homes. It is not surprising that Varkala Beach always ranks among the top beaches in India. But if you are visiting the area between the end of March and the beginning of April, then try to attend the Folk Heritage Temple Festival.
Fort Kochi in Kerala
Known as the Kerala Gate, this city has a unique pulse among Indian cities. In this city, the Arabs, the British, the Dutch, the Chinese, and the Portuguese left their influence, so you will find this great diversity in many places. Many know Cauchy from the photos that show the Chinese fishing nets on the waterfront in the city. In fact, Fort Cauchy is full of archeological historical sites and is a wonderful city for exploring on foot.
A journey through the Kerala canals
He crossed the boat in Kerala
A scene from Varkala.
A scene from Fort Kochi
A scene from Hampi
From Fort Kochi
From Kerala water channels
From the Badami Caves.
From the temples of Battadakal