Winter is just out of sight and March; the beginning of the Summer season is here! This is the time that the temperature starts rising, so to tackle this scorching Summer, many will prefer escaping to some spellbinding places which have a pleasant and cool climate. In this blog, we have picked the best places in South India for you to visit in March to enjoy a refreshing summer vacation with your friends and family. Check out!
Observed exclusively by the women folks, Attukal Pongala is the world-famous ritualist annual festival celebrated at the famous Attukal Bhagavathy Temple in Trivandrum district of Kerala. Miss-not the world-renowned ritualistic festival, Attukal Pongala on your visit to Kerala this March and seek the blessings of Goddess Attukalamma. The annual Attukal Pongala Festival will be held on March 9th, 2020 this year.
Begins on the auspicious occasion of Maha Shivarathri, the spectacular Natyanjali Dance Festival is remarkable for its serenity and uniqueness of the devotion of the dancers dedicating their ‘Dance’ (Natya) as ‘Offering’ (Anjali) to the Lord of Dance, Lord Nataraja. This year the Natyanjali Dance Festival will be held from 19th February 2020 to 23rd February 2020 at the famous Nataraja Temple in Chidambaram.
Maha Shivratri Festival is of great significance for the worshippers of Lord Shiva. It is widely celebrated all across India and Nepal. South India which is home to a countless number of Shiva Temples celebrates Maha Shivratri Festival with extreme enthusiasm and great religious fervor. The Shiva Temples in South India are beautifully decorated with lights and flowers during Maha Shivratri and devotees from all over the world come to seek the blessings of Lord Shiva at these temples during the festival. This year Maha Sivaratri falls on February 21, 2020.
A moment of pride and glory, a journey with full of challenges and achievements, remembered on February 14th, the day of prime significance when South Tourism, the brainchild of our Founder Director Pandian Kumaravel started its humble beginning in 2003. Since then, there is no looking back and February 14th, 2020 is the 17th anniversary of South India’s most successful Destination Management Company, celebrated with much vigor and enthusiasm.
Make this Valentine’s Day more special and magically romantic by exploring the best romantic destinations in South India with the love of your life with South Tourism. May the wonderful time you share with each other be more memorable in every way. If you are looking for a romantic getaway in South India for this Valentine’s Day 2020, the list is here and all you need to do is just take your best pick.
Is it safe to travel South India now? Since news regarding the outbreak of a new virus, novel coronavirus (nCoV) in Wuhan, the capital of China’s Hubei province was reported, the world has been on high alert amidst the threat of an emerging global pandemic. In this article we have explained about that how South India is safe to travel during the time of Coronavirus outbreak and why the risk of travel is remarkably low at places outside of China. Continue reading,…
Thaipusam or Thaipoosam is one of the major festival mostly celebrated by the Tamil people on the full moon in the Tamil month of Thai (January/February), usually coinciding with Pushya star, known as Poosam in Tamil. In this blog, you may get to know some of the rare and interesting facts about Thaipoosam, Lord Muruga, festival dates and some of the best places to visit during Thaipusam. So continue reading…
The grand celebration of the Consecration ceremony at Brihadiswara Temple, Tanjore is in the headlines today. Tanjore Big Temple or the Brihadiswara temple has set its foot very strongly in history with its magnificent architecture, which one could not have imagined even during recent past, with all such technicalities at hand.
Mark your calendar now and plan a trip to Madurai to witness the grand Float Festival in 2020. Madurai Float Festival is one of the grandest festivals of South India, which is observed every year on the full moon night of the Tamil month, Thai, which falls between mid-January and mid-February. Madurai Float Festival is one of the most remarkable festivals of Madurai, celebrated with lights, lamps, fireworks, and richness of culture and traditions.