Discover Stunning South Indian Destinations



Known as the Grand Canyon of India, Gandikota is a village in Andhra Pradesh that offers breathtaking views of steep cliffs, rugged terrain, and the meandering Pennar River.

Belum Caves

Belum Caves is the second-largest cave system in India that features underground streams, stunning stalactite and stalagmite formations, and chambers.

Skandagiri Hills

Situated near Bangalore in Karnataka, Skandagiri Hills is a popular trekking destination that offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside, especially at sunrise.


Dhanushkodi, also known as Adam's Bridge or Dhanushkodi Ram Setu is said to have been constructed by Lord Ram and his companions and offers serene beaches, ruins of old buildings, etc.

St. Mary Island

Off the coast of Karnataka near Udupi, St. Mary Island is popular for its pristine beaches, unique hexagonal basaltic rock formations, and clear turquoise waters.


Coorg, Karnataka is famous for its coffee plantations, lush greenery, misty hills, and cascading waterfalls and is an ideal destination for nature lovers.


Nestled in the Palani Hills of Tamil Nadu, Kodaikanal is a charming hill station known for its scenic beauty, cool climate, serene lakes, and lush forests.