Tamil nadu

Often referred as the Land of Temples, Tamil Nadu is a land known for its natural beauty and lively and magnificent temples. Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu is the Gateway to South India so visit Tamilnadu tourism and explore it. Tamilnadu is one of the top three Indian states, which receive highest foreign investment in the sectors like automobiles, information technology, power, telecommunication, and others. On the social front, Tamil Nadu India has a high per capita income, there is easy availability of social resources to people, and it produces quite a large number of trained manpower to increase the productivity.

Where the Land of Temples located?

Tamilnadu is characterized by more than 30,000 temples that gave rise to the distinctive title of ''A Land of Temples''. It is bounded by Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh in the north and Kerala in the west. The eastern and western tips of the state are defined by the Point Calimere and Mudumalai wildlife sanctuary while the northern extreme is Pulicat lake and the southernmost tip is Kanyakumari during your Tamilnadu tourism, the land's end.

Modes of Transportation

» By Air - The Anna International Airport, 16 km south of Chennai, has flights to/from Sri Lanka, Dubai, Germany, Jakarta, Malaysia, England, Maldives, Saudi Arabia, and Singapore. Most major Indian cities are also connected to Chennai by regular domestic flights to visit all tourist places in Tamilnadu.

» By Rail - The railway station at Chennai has connecting trains to/from all major cities in India.

» By Road - The entire state is connected through an extensive network of roads. Ferry services are also available in Chennai.


Beaches: The beaches of Tamilnadu Tourism have a charm of their own. The Marina Beach, the second longest beach in the world, is a must visit beach. Once the place of relaxation and sun bathing, Elliot's Beach is now a favourite shooting location for Tamil movies in Chennai. Some other interesting beaches are Cove long Beach, Kanyakumari Beach, Rameshwaram Beach, Mahabalipuram Beach and more. So visit these beaches during your Tamilnadu tourism.

Temples: There are more than 30,000 temples in Tamilnadu built by various dynasties. However, these temples bear a superficial resemblance to each other in that they share the same physical features - the gopuram or the imposing tower over the entrance and the spacious halls and corridors, yet they are distinct in their architectural style. Some of the must visit temples are Shiva Temples revered by the hymns of Manikkavacakr, Tiruvannamalai, Meenakshi Sudareswarara Temple Chidambaram and other temples during your Tamilnadu tourism.

Wild Life: The topography of Tamilnadu is diverse. Of the 1,30,058 sq-kms land area, 17.6% is covered with rich forests. Dry lands are bestowed with dry-deciduous forests, thorn forests, scrubs and mangroves. The Western Ghats and a few cooler regions have moist deciduous, wet evergreen forests and grasslands. There are 5 national parks and 17 wildlife sanctuaries in Tamil Nadu. The famous wildlife sanctuaries are the Anamalai (Indira Gandhi) Wildlife Sanctuary, Calimere Wildlife Sanctuary, Kalakadu Wildlife Sanctuary, Mundanthurai Tiger Sanctuary, Kunthakulam Bird Sanctuary,Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park, Vedanthangal Bird Sanctuary and The Viralimalai Sanctuary. The Gulf of Mannar Marine National Park and the Guindy National Park are the most visited national parks in the state. Anna Zoological Park in Chennai is one of the latest and modern zoos of India. The Snake Park and the Crocodile Bank also located in Chennai are known for their collection of reptiles and visit these all park and sanctuary during your Tamilnadu tourism packages.

Food : The traditional dishes of Tamilnadu are almost exclusively vegetarian. Excellent Brahman food is available in restaurants, both local and star. A wide option of delicious hot 'thali' meals with boiled rice, lentil curries and curd are available here. Steamed 'idlis' and a variety of crisp and fried dosas with sambar, are the exclusive food items of Tamil Nadu. Chilly powder and turmeric are integral ingredients of Tamil food. Non-vegetarian hotels are also called 'military restaurants'. Dosas and badas are delicious yet exclusive food of the state. A mix of cooked potatoes, mutter, beans, onions with salt, chilly and masala stuffed inside crispy and fried dosas are called 'masala dosas'. It is served with Uzhunnu vadas and sambar and is a very appetizing item. Tamilian's favourite fish curries are 'meen ashege' and Rah curry (prawn curry). Among the sweets; Laddu, Jangiri (Jileby) and Halvahs are native to Tamil Nadu. Tirunelveli Halva is famous for its sweetness. Served in traditional style either in banana leaves or in stainless steel plates, Tamilian food is eaten sitting cross-legged on the floor.

Places to Visit

Padmanabhapuram Palace

Arjunas Penance

Rock Fort Temple

Tanjavur Palace

Subramaniyaswamy Temple

Palani - Sri dhandayuthapani swamy temple

Tiruchendur Temple

Vinayagar chathurthi

Pazhamudhir Solai

Tiruttani Temple

Swamimalai Temple

Madapuram Kali Temple

Kulasekarapattinam Temple

Veerapandi Gowmariamman Temple

Vandiyur Mariamman Temple

Janakai Mari Amman Temple

Woraiyur Vekkali Amman Temple

Samayapuram Mariamman Temple

Kottai Mariamman Temple

Shri Agnipureeshwar Temple

Sri Agneeswarar Temple

Shri Brahammagnana Pureeswarar

Shri Brahmapureeswarar

Kaartha Sundareshwarar Temple

Shri Piravi Marundeeswarar

Shree Edaganathar Temple

Inmayil Nanmai Tharuvar Temple

Shri Varadharaja Perumal

Ratha Vallabha Perumal

Shri Adi Narayana Perumal

Shri Pandava Thoothar Perumal

Narasingam Perumal Temple

Tirupur City Tourist Places

Salem City Tourist Places

Madurai City Tourist Places

Kanyakumari City Tourist Places

Kanchipuram City Tourist Places

Dharmapuri City Tourist Places

Cuddalore City Tourist Places

Coimbatore City Tourist Places

Chennai City Tourist Places

Chidambaram Natyanjali Festival

Mamallapuram Dance Festival


Chithirai or Alagar Festival

Maha Shivaratri


Gangaikonda Cholapuram

Thai poosam

Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple


St. Mary’s church

Parthasarathy Temple

Kalakshetra Foundation

Chennai Museum

Kapaleeswarar Temple

Valluvar Kottam

Arignar Anna Zoological Park

Madurai Meenakshi Temple

Nachiyar Koil

Dakshinachitra Museum

Chidhambaram Natarajar Temple

Ramanatha Swamy Temple - Rameshwaram

Thirumalai Nayakkar Mahal - Madurai


Thiruvannamalai Arunachaleshwar temple

Pongal Festival in Tamilnadu

Uthirakosamangai Temple

Kodaikanal tourist place

Thiruvenkadu Budhan temple

Suriyanar Koil

Chandra Baghwan Koil

Angarahan Temple (Mars – Sevvai)

Doddabetta Peak

Government Botanical Gardens

Nilgiri Mountain Railway

Ooty Lake & Boat Club

Government Rose Garden

Avalanche Lake

Emerald Lake

St. Stephen's Church

Pykara Falls

Kodai Lake in Kodaikanal

Green Valley View

Mukurthi National Park

Thunder World

Tiger Hill

Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary

Pillars Rocks

Thalaiyar Falls

Guna Cave

Berijam Lake

Silent Valley View

Silver Cascade Falls

Devil's Kitchen

Coakers walk

Kurunji Temple

Brayant Park

Alangudi Guru Baghawan Temple

Kanjanur Sukran Temple (Venus)

Keezhperumpallam Kethu Temple

Thirunallar Saturn Temple

Thirunageshwaram Raghu Temple

Chennai City Travel Guide

Ekambareshwarar Temple

Rameshwaram City Tourist Places

Ooty City Tourist Places

Vellore City Tourist Places

Tiruvanamalai City Tourist Places

Isha Yoga Center