If you were anticipating the drizzle and mizzle to be in their prime to plan a vacation in Tamil Nadu with your loved ones; it's time. But if you want to visit holiday destinations with lesser shower, we have those as well. Don't just delay planning a trip because you couldn't settle with places to visit in July in Tamil Nadu. Nativeplanet brings you some very of the best monsoon destinations to relish this monsoon 2020. Have a look!
The captivating capital of the state, Chennai is one of the best vacation hotspots in Tamil Nadu. Abode to exquisite churches, temples, museums, golden seashores, here you can get a real sight of South India. Culture, food, history, or art, shopping or other enthralling experiences, Chennai is a place you should unquestionably consider visiting on your holiday!
The city of the holy Meenakshi Amman Temple, Madurai is an incredible holiday destination in Tamil Nadu that you must definitely visit. The soul of the ancient Tamil Civilization rests in this city. Settled along the Vaigai River, the pilgrim town wins the hearts of visitors with its impressive Dravidian-style architecture, delicious South Indian food, shopping, and endearing people.
One of the most beautiful places that also offer an insight into the history, Mahabalipuram, is next on our list of best holiday destinations in Tamil Nadu. The group of monuments in Mahabalipuram has been granted the status of UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built by the Pallavas in a the7-8th century is, in essence, the grandeur of the Dravidian Style architecture with narratives from Indian epics and other sects of Hinduism.
The sacred pilgrimage town in Tamil Nadu, Rameshwaram is one of the best places to visit in Tamil Nadu. Hindu devotees visit the holy town throughout the year. Temples, holy sites and legends from Indian Epic Ramayana create the ambience of spiritual bliss. The scared pilgrimage, Char Dham Yatra is not considered complete until visiting the divine Ramanathaswamy Temple of Rameshwaram.
Kanchipuram is not just one of the best in Tamil Nadu but the delightful experience of history, religion, culture and entertainment. Once the capital of Pallavas, a ruling dynasty in South India and patrons of art, architecture and culture. Know as ‘the golden city of thousand temples', the city draws pilgrims from all over the globe. Kanchipuram's silk sarees are a must-buy as are a taste of the mouthwatering cuisine.
The tip of India, Kanyakumari is known for its beauty, history, heritage, religion, and amazing experiences. Witness to the merge of Indian Ocean, Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea, this beach town is one of the best places to visit in Tamil Nadu. The delightful view at sunrise and sunset at Cape Comorin is breathtaking as are holidays here.
Lush beauty, marvellous Dravidian temple architecture, a UNESCO World Heritage Site- Brihadeeshwara Temple and a number of other delights brings us to our next tourist destination to visit in Tamil Nadu, Thanjavur. The city is enveloped by lush fertile lands and therefore given the title of ‘The Rice Bowl of Tamil Nadu'. One of its kind and a thing to definitely not miss, the town is known for Tanjore paintings, cotton and silk sarees.
Trichy, officially named Tiruchirappalli is an ancient city in Tamil Nadu with a number of tourist delights. Settled along the Cauvery River, the bustling city is known for a vast history. Dating to the 3rd century BC, the city has been ruled by Chola rulers then Pallavas, Vijayanagara, Pandiya, and later by British. Every era has left behind its remains and now has become a part of the city culture. The bustling city also has delightful food stalls and markets for a good time.
A unique treasure in Tamil Nadu, Chidambaram is a holy pilgrimage town. Known for the Thillai Nataraja Temple, Chidambaram is the seat of a cosmic dancer- Nataraja a form of Lord Shiva. The town is the holy pilgrimage site for believers of Shiva and Mahakali equally. The temple is a Dravidian architectural highlight. The form of Lord Shiva in Ananda Tandava pose - the Cosmic Dance of bliss is a true architectural finesse.
Surrounded by the Western Ghats, Coimbatore along the banks of the Noyyal River is one of the most popular places to visit in Tamil Nadu. The city is nicknamed the ‘Manchester of South India', owing to its cotton production and a plethora of textile industries but that is not all. Interesting sites, religious temples, waterfalls, lakes, museums, etc, offer a good holiday in South India.