Situated at the southernmost part of the country Tamil Nadu is a state that has a lot to offer with magnificent temples, beautiful beaches, waterfalls, lakes, tea plantations, and hill stations. Having the eastern part of the state completely bordering the sea, there are a number of beautiful beaches here to be visited. The beaches here are lovely with white sand, pristine blue waters, and beautiful sunsets. Tamil Nadu is known for its Dravidian style of temples. Visit some of the most beautifully built temples in this part of the country with architecture that is unique to the soil. This state is also known for its hill stations, with their serene beauty and plush greenery. The roads that lead to the hill stations have a marvelous view through the Ghats that are coated in thick blankets of greenery protecting the loud waterfalls within them. The place where the Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean meet, Arichal Mudai is a fascination for many and is near the Dhanuskodi beach.
Madurai and Rameswaram are among the most important pilgrimage destinations in Hinduism as there are a lot of elements that were mentioned in the legends present here like the Ramnathaswamy temple that was constructed in the place from where Lord Rama built the bridge that goes up to Lanka with the help of an army of monkeys. Madurai is one of the oldest cities in the world and has history going back to the 3rd century BC thus having a rich culture that can be very clearly seen while walking through the streets. The people of Tamil Nadu are very down to earth and greet their guests with hospitality. You can see them rooted to their culture which although has been touched with modernity is still much grounded to traditional values. The language that is spoken here, Tamil is one of the oldest languages in the world. Embark on a visit to Tamil Nadu and experience this treasure for yourself.