When the scorching heat of north Indian summer gets unbearable, at that time most people plan their vacation. But planning to visit unexplored places in south India in summer can be monotonous. Exploring the diversity of cultures, and different new places of south India. With research and experience shared by other customers, we have designed special south India tour packages from Bangalore. We will take you to the amazing attractions of south India in the summer. Tejas travels offers tour bus rent Bangalore for families and tour minibus rent Bangalore for friends or with less number of people with all comfort and relaxing features. Our south India tour packages from Bangalore, Tejas tour and travels can head you to Ooty. Where you can ride a boat on Ooty lake, and witness the scenic beauty of Nilgiri mountain.
Also with Tejas tour travels you may get a tour bus rent Bangalore to view the places by road. Tour minibus rent in Bangalore provides minibus with full comfortable seating and cooling system for less number of people.
For spiritual time
To spend some spiritual time with family, and friends you can visit temples in Tamil Nadu such as Meenakshi Amman temple, Sri Ranganathan Swamy temple, etc.
South Indian temples are rich in legend and stunning in majesty. The armature of this temple is beyond comparison. From the Dravidian armature with its monumental entrance palace called Gopuram to the Vijayanagara style of the armature. Any South India tour package is incomplete without temple visits.
Mahabalipuram Shore Temple– An ancient harbourage city positioned about 60 km south of Chennai in Tamil Nadu, Mahabalipuram is known for its gravestone and gravestone busts. These world-famed tabernacles are a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site and are nestled on the props of the Bay of Bengal. This temple was constructed during the Pallava dynasty, during the 7th and 9th centuries, and has since stood the test of time. You can also see different monolithic gemstone busts and gemstone monuments in Mahabalipuram, which together with the temple form the Mahabalipuram Group of Monuments.
Meenakshi Temple – Madurai’s Meenakshi Amman Temple is among the most emotional and important temples in South India. The temple is huge and there’s so much to see from its thousand pillared halls to its art gallery, holy golden lotus tank to musical pillars, and numerous lower sanctuaries inside the temple complex.
Virupaksha Temple Hampi– A veritably significant temple in the megacity of Hampi in Karnataka, Virupaksha temple is one of the most important structures still complete among other literal remains of Hampi. This sacred tabernacle of Lord Shiva started as a humble sanctum, which was latterly expanded during the reigns of the Vijayanagara Empire, Chalukyan, and Hoysala ages.
The temple is around 350 km (roughly seven hours) down from Bengaluru. Check out the temple’s intricate armature, which uses ancient fine generalities.
Tirupati Temple – The Tirupati Temple also known as Tirumala is one of the most visited temples in India and also one of the holiest Hindu spots. This popular passage spot is located in the Chittoor quarter of Andhra Pradesh. A stunning illustration of the Dravidian armature, the Tirupati temple, is believed to be constructed over a period starting from 300 AD.
It’s indeed believed that when a shaves or cuts his/ her hair at the temple, all their wishes come true. The temple’s perpetual lit lights, the hero of the deity, which always remains wettish despite the priests trying to keep it dry or the veritably triumphant. Tirumala Brahmostavam festival, a periodic fete celebrated in the temple, interests’ travellers from far and wide.
South India is full of literal places in nearly every megacity and city. From the metropolitan megacity of Bengaluru to the 500- time-old megacity of Nizams- Hyderabad, from the social influence of Chennai to the ancient municipalities of Hampi and Mysore; each place stands as evidence of the noble literal history of India’s southern region.
Heritage charms of Hyderabad – The former capital of Andhra Pradesh and now of Telangana state, Hyderabad is noted for its corner literal monuments around the megacity. It was the Qutub Shahi Dynasty and Nizams that established the megacity. Heritage structures similar to kirks, palaces, castles, and galleries transude to the beauty and noble history of the megacity.
You’ll love visiting the literal places similar to the Charminar with its four ornate minarets and bends inspired by Persian and Indo- Islamic armature, the grand Italian- Tudor nominated Falaknuma, and the hilltop located fortified stronghold- Golconda Fort.
Group of Monuments in Hampi – Scattered with towering piles of boulders in every niche and corner that look straight out of a Flintstones ’ occasion, and girdled with aqueducts and hills, Hampi is a seaside villa in east-central Karnataka, which used to be the capital of Vijayanagara Empire.
Indeed in its ruined state, the hundreds of fascinating literal monuments of Hampi attract the end number of alpinists and excursionists from across the world. Vitthala Temple Complex and Garuda Stone Chariot, Virupaksha Temple and Lotus Mahal, House of Victory, and seaside remains are some of the places to look out for in Hampi on your South India stint.
French Heritage in Pondicherry – The fascinating colonizer township on the southern Indian riviera, Pondicherry was a French colony nearly three hundred times. History meets fustiness in this antique littoral city on the props of the Bay of Bengal where French culture has invested harmoniously with Tamil culture.
From cafes to road signs, from estates to the language and indeed kepis worn by the police you’ll see, live, and hear every French detail. Typical Pondicherry scenes are quaint bikes perched up against bright unheroic walls with oil painting lights, bougainvillea blooms, and French doors and windows, which remind you of thoroughfares in Paris.
Cochin’s colonial heritage – The megacity Kerala- Cochin or Kochi has a rich history dating back to the 12th century when the megacity acted as a prominent spice trading centre for Portuguese, Greeks, Romans Arabs, Jews, and Chinese. Reigned by several foreign social powers gauging different ages in the defunct ages, this culture as well as the state capital of Kerala is a treasure trove of architectural monuments, heritage spots, and castles and palaces.
The megacity has a lot to offer with its literal places like Fort Cochin, Portuguese told Mattancherry Palace popularly known as Dutch Palace, Jewish Temple, and Old Churches.
Some of the unexplored places of South India in summer you cannot miss:-
Hill stations in Coorg and Ooty
Backwaters of Kerala
Snake boat race in Kerala
Tip of India at Kanyakumari
Unbeatably tranquil, beautiful unexplored places of south india will not disappoint you. So, summers are just around the corner and hurry up to starting booking. Don’t lose a chance to explore the unexplored places of south india in summer.