Although there are quite a few places of interest for tourists in the town and district, Kanyakumari is exceptionally admired in India for its stunning and exclusive sunrise and sunset. The flowing together of three ocean mass – Bay of Bengal, Indian Ocean, and Arabian Sea creates the sunrise and sunset even more extraordinary. On mild, full-moon evenings, you can observe the moonrise and sunset at the same time as well – on any side of the sphere.
Kanyakumari is a town itself in the district Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu. Other than beach it is also famous for temples, Vivekanandha Rock and Saint Poet Thiruvalluvar’s statue (133ft height) built in the sea. This sea town is the bottom most point in the Indian map close to Srilanka.
6. Kerala (Backwaters)
On the abundant and stifling Malabar Coast Kerala is located which is one of the most well-liked tourist targets in India. Named as one of the “Ten Paradises of the World” and “50 Places of a Lifetime” by the National Geographic Traveler magazine. This Indian state is particularly branded for its ecotourism projects, striking backwaters and unusual healing massages.
Kerala is one of the most attracted tourist destinations in India having full of greenery, natural lakes, backwaters, hills and mountains. It is a Southern state of India which is very famous for its green-filled lands, boat-rides and coastal beauty.