If there had to be one state that would describe the majesty of South India that it has to be Tamil Nadu. Adorned with diversity, this state is ideally the homeland of classical civilization that has preserved and nurtured their two millennia old culture, traditions and art in such a way that it has been set as an example for other states. Tamil Nadu breaks all the clichés and has emerged as a state that has bounty and diversity. Rolling mountains, azure seas, sandy beaches, swaying fields, high cascading waterfalls, chic hotels, uber cool lounges, lofty shopping malls, there is infact nothing that this state lacks and therefore it is a must visit in India. Here is a list of some of the best places to visit in Tamil Nadu that will definitely open eye to a different and classic India.
Arrive in Bangalore & proceed to Mysore which is also known as City of Palaces. Mysore is famous for its huge and impressive palaces, amazing temples and well-constructed buildings, along with pleasant climate. On arrival, check in the hotel and freshen up. After refreshment, you can begin your tour by visiting – Mysore Palace, zoo & Chamundi Hill. Silk and Sandalwood are two specialties of Mysore. Enjoy sound and light show in Brindavan Garden and also visit Krishnarajasagar Dam in evening. Overnight stay in Mysore.
Check out hotel and proceed to Ooty on the way pass through Bandipur and Madumalai forest. Check in at the hotel as you arrive in Ooty. Evening free for shopping and other activities. Overnight stay in Ooty.
After breakfast proceed for a sightseeing tour of Ooty. Visit the Doddabeta Peak which is the highest peak of Ooty. From here you will get a very panoramic view of the neighboring regions. By noon back at Ooty town. Afternoon visit the famous Botanical garden built in 1847 and the Ooty Lake were boating facility is available. Horse-back riding around the lake also is available. Evening visit Coonoor. Overnight stay in Ooty.
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