Stunning Pictures From South India Will Leave You Awestruck

South India is one stunning place in India and there's no doubt about it. The entire South region has some breathtakingly beautiful scenic and rich cultural heritage. There are a lot of stories as each and every corner in the region has its own specialty.

Once you plan a trip to South India, one thing is for sure, you'll come back with some of the best memories in this lifetime, some great photos and majestic stories you will love to retell countless times.

South India is a place full of states which are very different from other. Each of the states has its own specialty. It also has some famous souvenirs for tourists which they can take back home as a memory. Some of the common ones include handwoven silk sarees, artifacts and handicrafts, precious paintings, bronze items, coir products, and a lot more.

Considering the tranquility and serenity of South India, there is no lack of honeymoon destinations here. Places like Coorg, Alleppey, Ooty, Yercaud, and Munnar are the most popular honeymoon destinations here.

Ooty, Munnar, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Lakshwadeep, Lakkidi, Yercaud, Coorg, Alleppey, Nandi Hills, Yelagiri, Kodaikanal, Idukki, Gorkarna, Vattakanal, Pollachi, Araku Valley, Ponmudi Hills are some of the popular spots.

So before you take a trip, take a look at the most beautiful pictures from South India which will make you eager and pack your bags immediately and head here.

Folks, we know that you are left completely awestruck after seeing this beautiful pictures so what are you waiting for, pack your bags and head off to explore these beautiful places.


by Admin | Sun, Aug 12 - 01:14 PM

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