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      Tamil Nadu

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      Tamil Nadu is an Indian state known for its centuries old civilization and a rich historic and cultural legacy equally matched by the scenic splendor of its beautiful beaches, hills and lush green landscapes. Thanks to all the airports in Tamil Nadu, the state attracts a large influx of tourists from not only within the country but also from international destinations.

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      The temple city and the pilgrim town of Madurai has captivated visitors for years. Ancient history and culture permeate every corner and mesmerizing Dravidian style temples dominate the skyline.

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      Rameshwaram is located in the sea region of “Gulf of Mannar Biosphere Reserves” and is relatively small in terms of area. Standing firmly in the middle of India and Sri Lanka with its clean sea breezes, less crowded temples & sacred ponds, this famous "Island City" has been the center of attraction for travelers across the world.

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      You must have heard about Rameshwaram. It is one of the sacred places in India where pilgrims of every age group arrive to pray to Lord Shiva. Though the site is not only famous for temples, it is magnificently mesmerizing as well.

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      Kashmir to Kanyakumari is what is often used as a phrase to define India’s beauty and of course, length and while you might have heard a lot about Kashmir, Kanyakumari remains unappreciated and therefore we bring to you, Kanyakumari. The Southernmost city in India situated in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu where the Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal meet, Kanyakumari is the only place in the whole world where one can witness both the rising and the setting of the sun. The smallest district in the state, Kanyakumari is a popular tourist destination. It has a coastal line stretched on the three sides,

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      If you are a hotel guest, then you need a good experience - feel safe, comfortable and respected. To this effect, devotees coming to Rameshwaram to attend yearly festivals and events can always find a stunning and classy place to stay.

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      Amid beautiful south Indian state of India, there lies a mesmerizing place named Coonoor, resting at a staggering altitude of 1850 metres. The second largest hill station in Tamil Nadu, Coonoor is as amazing as it gets. Chennai is about 600 km away from here and the nearest airport is Coimbatore international airport that has regular flights from and to Chennai.

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      Whether you are vacationing with your friends or family, no place other than Yercaud can give you the best memories. This hill station of South Indian state Tamil Nadu indeed is surrounded with loads of tourist spots.

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      Planning for an adventurous yet serene trip? Head to Kodaikanal with tons of adventures to look forth for. The core of Kodaikanal is full of adventures, enthusiasm, and relaxation. From soothing swims to thrilling peaks and peaceful pilgrims, Kodaikanal keeps on unfolding the all-new dimensions within you.

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      Tucked away on the coast of the western coast is the beautiful and ancient town of Mahabalipuram. The town is today a world heritage site that draws in a huge number of tourists from all over the globe. People come here for the serenity of the seas and the rock-cut ancient temples that have stood the test of time.

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      Crowded with numerous temples and visible records of the footfalls of great kings, this coastal town of Mahabalipuram, or the land of the seven pagodas, is worth a visit. The scenic beauty of this ancient town in Tamil Nadu coupled with the song of the waves makes it a very prominent tourist destination. There are a large number of tourist spots scattered all over this ancient town.

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      The once busy port of the ancient city of Mahabalipuram is today considered one of the most popular and beautiful towns of Tamil Nadu. Mahabalipuram is today a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its numerous temples that were carved from the rocks at the Coromandel Coast during the 7th and 8th centuries.

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      Watching the sunset from literally the tip of India’s southernmost point of peninsular in Kanyakumari is a way to see Tamil Nadu as it ever was - and to think about the role this state played in the conservation of national history. Read more

      Yelagiri is one of the well-known places for trekkers in India. The hill station is located at a height of 1,700,20 meters above sea level. It comprises 14 hamlets and numerous temples spread over miscellaneous hills.The early 1950s Yelagiri was taken under the government as it was the property of Yelagiri zamindar family.

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      Heard alot about Tamil Nadu but bored and stuck till Chennai? Well, we have something different to offer and what we talk about will leave you awestruck and wanting to escape to the destination right away. Let’s get started. The subject is Vellore and this quaint, little city in Tamil Nadu is wonderful.

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      Mahabalipuram or Mamallapuram is an antiquated port city in the Kancheepuram area of Tamil Nadu, close to Chennai, where a clamouring seaport and a bustling city co-exist. Mahabalipuram has a rich history and legacy that is well-preserved to date which depicts a lot of greatness.

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      You must have read fables and tales about Mahabalipuram in Upanishads and novels. A small town on a strip of land between the Bay of Bengal and the Great Salt Lake attracts tourists and pilgrims because of its historical temples and alluring sunsets.

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      Someone said adventure sports and you jumped at just the idea of it? Well, then this is for you. Adventure sports in India are quite underrated. While there are so many varying options for you to look and choose from, the problem is that not many people are aware of it in the first place.

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      Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu is a place that is enclosed by the magnificent nature around. Tucked in the deep environs of the Ghats, Coimbatore is a place encircled with the best of South India. Ooty, Tiruppur, Palakkad, Pollachi, and Mettupalayam the places encompassing the best tourist places near Coimbatore.

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      As a future tourist if you are looking at the options what things to do in Madurai, then first you should start exploring this ancient city to the best extent possible. As an ancient city with its recognition of a region housing many holy sites or temples, Madurai has much to offer you during your Tamil Nadu tour. This city is one of the most popular ones in India due to presence of many ancient buildings and countless national heritage sites which keep it into the global limelight.

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      History has it that atop the majestic Kolli Hills, existed a ghost of “Kolli Pavai” which is how the hills received its name that literally translates into the “Mountain of Death.”

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      What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘Chennai’? Pristine beaches, beautiful temples and fun activities, right? Well, Chennai is all about it and with so many great things to do in Chennai don’t expect anything other than that. Chennai, formerly known as Madras is the capital city of Tamil Nadu. Chennai, is also one of the most visited cities in South India,

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      Studded with numerous temples and visible records of the footfalls of great kings, this coastal town of Mahabalipuram, or Mamallapuram, or the Land of the Seven Pagodas, is definitely worth a visit. The scenic beauty of this ancient town coupled with the song of the waves makes it a very prominent tourist destination.

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      Kodaikanal is a beautiful hill station situated in Tamil Nadu. Elevation of the hill station is around twenty one hundred. This heavenly spot is surrounded by dense forest and also houses a huge manmade lake.

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      When it comes to taking a glimpse of the culture and traditions of South India, Tamil Nadu is one of those states in India which has been able to preserve its tradition till this date. India is the country with several cultures living together. Various colorful festivals are celebrated in different parts of Tamil Nadu throughout the year.

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