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Best Places To Visit In South India In August

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vignesh babu
As the monsoon onsets, tourists and travellers become keen on travelling to some of the best places in South India in August.
With the fresh and flourishing environs, panoramic landscapes, green mountains, and bustling valleys, South India's natural bounties are in full bloom.
Which makes the month of August, an ideal month to explore these best vacation hotspots in South India.
Gokarna
Tourists and travellers swarm to Gokarna in quest of respite every year and discover solace on the idealistic beaches and peaceful surroundings.
Halebidu
Settled in Hassan district, the town of Halebidu or Halebid interprets into the "old city" which was once served as a home to the great Hoysala Empire during the 11th-12th century.
Mysore
With the petrichor feels and the onset of monsoon, Mysore serves as a perfect venture for a rejuvenating holiday.
Pondicherry
Popular amongst the tourists for its promenade by the sea, and the streets bordered by refreshing green trees, the attractive villas are the highlight of the city that reflect the French colonial architecture.
Coorg
Coorg is one of the most sought hill stations by the nature enthusiasts and honeymooners of all the tourist places in South India in August.
Kumarakom
Encompassing of palm trees, mangroves, coconut fields, coffee plantations, and rice paddies, Kumarakom serves as a pure delight for the travellers as one of the best South India tourist places in August.
Andaman Islands
The peak time between May and Septmeber, you can enjoy the clear green environs that monsoons have left behind during October which also serves as the best time for scuba diving, snorkelling, and other water activities.
Lepakshi
Home to many archaeological sites and ancient temples, it is a must-visit place for all the history buffs.
Hampi
Considered to have been the second-largest city in the world during the 1500 AD, the huge boulders are one of the first things that you'll notice in Hampi.
Kollam
Encompassing of a seaport, a shimmering coastline, and a bustling lake of Ashtamudi, Kollam is also famous for being a centre of trade ever since the time of the Romans.
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