Tamil Nadu known as the origin of Dravidian culture, is famous for its monuments and temples . and is specially recommended for those who want to discover south Indian culture and Hindu religion. But tamil Nadu is not only monuments you‘ll enjoy many beaches and Hills stations. Climate has little variation through the year. May and June are the hottest months while October to march is the most pleasant season to travel. The rain season arrives with the North-East monsoon.
Madurai and Sri Meenakshi temple, Trichy with its Rock temple, Tanjore and Brihadishwara temple are the most famous cities but not the only one ! On your way have a stop in Darhasuran, Kumbakonam, Chidambaram, Gangaikonda Cholapuram and many others places like some small village temples. And don’t forget to discover the Chettinad, the history of these families and their Palaces.
The Coromandel coast besides its beaches, presents interesting places : Mahabalipuram with its monuments and stone carving, Pondichery territory which lies within Tamil Nadu state, Tranquebar a quiet place, Rameswaram and its temple located on an island which stretches out in a strip of sand .
Kaniakumary located at the southern end at the confluence of the Indian Ocean, the bay of Bengal and the Arabian sea, is an enchanting place.
Tamil Nadu is also a pleasant place with its Hills stations : Ooty, Conoor, Kodaikanal, Yercaud... are quiet cities from where one can discover the surrounding hills. Wild life sanctuary at Chinar and Mudumalai, tea and vegetables plantations in Ooty and Kodaikanal, forests, villages and local life, for sure you’ll enjoy your stay !