Described as the southernmost end of Tamil Nadu, the land's end of India or the point where the three seas meet, enchanting Kanniyakumari or Cape Comorin is one of the most popular tourist spots in the state and indeed, in the country. Part of the fascination is of course the fact that it is the very tip of the Indian peninsula and the confluence of the Bay of Bengal, the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean.
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Karaikal is a very old temple town in Pondicherry. It is on the east coast, about 135 km. from Pondicherry and 300 km. from Chennai towards south.Karaikal is small with a total of 161 sq Km. with marine time climate. Located on the Koramandel coast of the Bay of Bengal, this small town is a must see for tourists as well as pilgrims.
Karur District, with headquarters at Karur, is the most centrally located district of Tamil Nadu. Its about 371 kms South West of Chennai(Madras), the capital of Tamil Nadu.Karur town is one of the seven sacred sthalams (place) of Sivalayams and is well known for famous Pasupathees warar Temple.
Located 120 kms away from Madurai, Kodaikanal is a beautiful hill station and is at an altitude of 2133m on the southern tip of the upper-Palani hills in the Western ghats.
Kumbakonam, the temple town of South India, is picturesquely located amidst the two rivers, Cauvery & Arasalar.Kumbakonam is situated in Thanjavur district of Tamil Nadu. The city is famous for the Mahamaham festival that is celebrated once in 12 years in the Mahamaham tank located in the heart of it.
Kuttralam, the 'Spa of the south', is a panchayat town situated at an elevation of about 167 m on the Western Ghats in Tirunelveli District of Tamil Nadu, India. Numerous rivers such as the Chittar River, the Manimuthar River, the Pachaiyar River and the Tambaraparani River originate here. It is famous for its waterfalls and has a number of health resorts.
Madurai, the second largest city in Tamil Nadu, is known for its world renowned Meenakshi Temple. This temple is famous for its intricate carvings and scriptures.
Mahabalipuram is Situated 60 km from Chennai, it is believed that rock carvings and temples in this port town are the oldest surviving specimens on the eastern coast of India.
Muttukadu is situated at a distance of 36 km from Chennai and is an excellent picnic spot for the residents of the city as well as tourists. The backwaters at Muttukadu have been developed by Tamil Nadu Tourism Development Corporation.
Nagercoil is 19 kms from Kanyakumari on the way to Padmanabhapuram. Nagercoil is famous for Nagaraja Temple and the name derived from this Temple. It is situated at the Southern part of Tamil Nadu.