When people think of travel, some jet off to the Andamans, while others travel the nooks and corners of India, sit by the pool or the beach and sip martinis. And then there’s you, the unicorn, who wants to ‘go somewhere’ but doesn’t know where. We bring a South Indian travel guide for you, the lazy, rebellious ,brave, non-conformists who’re tired of the regular old vacation places but just don’t know where to go!
Belum Caves, located around Kurnool district in Andhra Pradesh,is the second largest cave in the Indian sub continent. It is popular for its stalactite and stalagmite formations with extended chambers, out stretched shafts, fresh water galleries and siphons .This place is well maintained, drawing in hordes of tourists.
Athirappilly Falls are located around 63 km from Thrissur and 70 km from Kochi. This unheard -of landing place where Baahubali was shot an year back, attracts a large number of tourists every year. Known for its alluring waterfalls, thick forest, rivers, and augmented flora and fauna,the enchanting sight of wild life through evergreen forest of Sholagar would be a memory to cherish.
Hogenakkal Falls are located by the Kaveri river in the Dharmapuri districts of Tamil Nadu. The falls are also known as ‘The Niagara falls of India’ and are a good option for a short budget trip. The path has got everything from numerous ancient temples to boat rides.Check out thefreshly fried fish sold at the shore during boat rides.
Skandagiri Hills is located about 60 km from Bengaluru. It is an authentic halting place for a one day expedition.The historian in you would be thrilled by the beautiful hills holding the ruins of a fort that dates back to the 18th century.
St Mary’s Islands, also known as Coconut Island and Thonsepar, are a set of small islands in the Arabian Sea; off the coast of Malpe in Udipi .A perfect destination for beach lovers with an absolutely ravishing, small outstretched section of land.The scenic view , calm shores, coconut trees and radiant sea with clouds rebounding on them makes the island fascinating.
Varkala known alternately Coastal Town is located in Thiruvananthapuram district and is considered as one of the must visit beaches in Kerala. It holds a perfect combo of hills and sea. Capture some of the most amazing sunsets, cafes bars and restaurants on the beach and the cliff; take home some knick knacks from the stores