Monthly Archives: November 2014

South India Tour – Don’t Miss the Chance to Visit Richest Flora & Fauna!

South India Tour

Planning a trip to India in near future? If so, you are doing it the right way! Nothing else could be more refreshing than a well-organized India tour to spend few days in peace and nature’s lap. Moreover, if you have been dreaming to witness most beautiful yet peaceful places in the country, South India is the place you must set for.

Every year, more than thousands of visitors are fascinated with the never-ending natural beauty of South India – the land of richest flora & fauna. So, while visiting southern states in India, one should definitely jump into to check out the amazing wildlife safaris in Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka. To take good care of the vegetation and the wildlife in these regions, the government has set up around 19 authorized national parks with the purpose to serve better to people coming on South India tours. Out of 166 national parks in India, 19 are primarily located in South India which, apparently, speaks about the richness of flora & fauna in these states. Well, three among national parks have become the most popular for India’s tourism. Let’s find out what is so good about them.

  1. Bandipur national park – A part of Nilgiri biosphere reserve. Located in the middle of pleasing surrounding of Western Ghats Mountains on Mysore Ooty highway in Karnataka, it is one of the South India’s most famous and a well-managed national park. This rain forest is thick and beautiful throughout the year. It is spread in an area about 8742 sq km. These days, it has become a protected zone to many types of biomes like tiger, elephant, leopard, gaur (Indian bison), chital (spotted deer), Sambar, sloth bear and langur, and a home to around 350 species of bird.

Bandipur national park

Together south India tour involves Nagarhole national park in north of Mysore district, Bannerghat national park near Bangalore, creates the biggest biosphere reserve.

  1. Nagarhole national park – It is the 37th project tiger reserve since 1999. The park is covered with rich flora & fauna, small streams, valley, hills and waterfalls. It has healthy tiger – predator’s ratio, bison, and elephants.

Nagarhole national park

  1. Bannerghatta national park – A popular tourist destination with zoo, an animal rescue centre, butterfly enclosure, snake home and best destination for the trekking lovers – yes, it is famous for all these attractions.

Bannerghatta National Park (Bangalore)

Is that all? No, the states in South India have a lot more to attract you and keep you busy praising them. If you really wish to explore the most attractive places, nothing else than a trip to India can give you the chance to do so. Go for it.

Getting Familiar With The Must Visit Beaches During A Kerala Tour

Kerala tourFor people, who love to enjoy the treasures of nature, planning a Kerala tour is definitely a decision they would never regret in their lives. In addition to being famous as the thick green forests and majestic backwaters, the region is also famous for its numerous exotic beaches.

Some of the famous beaches in Kerala, where visitors can enjoy a truly fun filled and memorable holiday during their trip to India are listed below.

Kovalam Beach: Considered to amongst the most beautiful beaches of India, this sea front is renowned for its golden sand, blue water and coconut palms. The beach also offers avenues for enjoying swimming and boating.

Varkala Beach: Also famous by the name of Papanasam Beach, this sea front is renowned for its natural spring which is believed to have medicinal and curative properties making it a popular tourist destination during India travel.

Fort Kochi Beach: This picturesque beach is nestled amidst green bushes, tall coconut trees and lashing sea waters and offers a relaxed ambience to the visitors within a sandy atmosphere.

Cherai Beach: Located on the north end of Vypeen Island, this beach is known for its picturesque landscape. It offers a unique combination of backwaters and seawater and is an ideal spot to enjoy swimming.

Payyambalam Beach: The beach is renowned for its quiet and secluded ambience which enables visitors to enjoy a relaxing evening on this waterfront during their India tour.

Kappad Beach: In addition to being one of the most charming beaches of Kerala, Kappad beach has a historical significance for being the spot where Vasco da Gama landed in 1498.

Muzhappilangad Beach: Despite being the only drive-in beach of South India, the sea front is known for its clean environs and black rocks lining the cost and making it a swimmers paradise.

Bekal Beach: The beautiful shallow beach is located near the famous Bekal Fort and boasts of a picturesque walkway that stretches across the entire coastline.