Tamil Nadu Travel Guide
Tamil Nadu is a state located in the south-eastern part of the Indian peninsula. Tamil Nadu is a part of the first joint Madras province, which was later divided on the basis of languages. There has been a continuous cultural history of more than 4,000 years in Tamil Nadu. The country’s most notable temple in Tamil Nadu is a living tradition of architecture and music, dance, folk art and fine arts. Tamil Nadu is renowned for its temple towns and heritage sites, hill stations, waterfalls, national parks, local cuisine and natural environment and wildlife. With the annual growth rate of 16% in the state, it is the largest tourism industry in India. In 2015, the number of domestic arrivals was 333.5 million, which made the state the most popular tourist destination in the country, and foreign arrival was 4.68 million, which is the highest in the country, it is the most popular state for tourism in the country.
Things To See in Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu Tour Packages
Tamil Nadu tour packages, visit the magnificent Dravidian temples, beaches & hill stations to uncover the rich cultural heritage of Tamil Nadu. B
Best Time to Visit
The best time to visit Tamil Nadu is during the winter season, i.e. from November to February when the temperatures are relatively low, and it is pleasant to explore the attractions in the state. Monsoons bring heavy downpour which makes it an inappropriate time to travel through Tamil Nadu. Summer, however, is perfect for exploring the hills stations. Tourists can pick the region they wish to see according to the season because offseason visits could be extremely inconvenient for some.
How to Reach :-
BY AIR – Chennai international airport, handles domestic flights to 20 destinations along with international flights to destinations like Frankfurt, London and so on.
BY RAIL – The Southern Railways has a network that covers a large area of the Southern Peninsula of India. The states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Pondicherry, a major portion of Karnataka and a part of Andhra Pradesh are covered by the network. The Chennai Central railway station is just 5 km away from the city centre. Other important rail junctions include Madurai, Tiruchirapalli, Salem, and Coimbatore.
BY ROAD – Tamil Nadu has a road network of nearly 1.70 lakh km. Private bus operators along with a number of government buses link the important cities and ply the entire south. Inter-state buses run by the State Express Transport Corporation connect Chennai with the states of Karnataka, Kerala, and Andhra Pradesh.
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