A trip to Kanyakumari or Cape Comorin is a perfect place if you are looking for an enchanting, chirpy and stunning beach destination. It is a famous tourist spot in the state of Tamil Nadu, bordering Kerala. You will love to experience this beautiful free flowing meeting point of ocean and seas namely the Bay of Bengal, the Arabian sea and the Indian Ocean. This splendid confluence of great water streams is known as ‘The Triveni Sangam’. It is believed as the most impactful, powerful trio because these water streams shake their hands here with each other here. It is not less than heaven on earth, a must go for all of you.
The beauty of this end point is beyond expression, a meager glance of the spot will make you mum, its serenity would lull you to another world. The most fascinating about this heavenly place is its sunrise and sunset, their wonderful sight would definitely hold your breaths away. The best time during which you must visit to Kanyakumari is between November to March. There are many magnificent masterpieces of art here, displaying many legendary tales. These eye capturing, interesting and motivating masterpieces makes Kanyakumari a great tourist place in South India.
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A visit to all these stunning places and spots is a must.
It is 95 feet 38 feet long representing 38 chapters of ‘Virtue’ in Thirukkural. It symbolizes ‘wealth’ and ‘pleasures’!
Vivekananda Rock Memorial
This place is built in memory of renowned Swami Vivekananda who explained the enlightenment on the rock, upon which the monument is assumed to be standing.
This memorial was designed as a tribute to Mahatma Gandhi. On his birthday 2nd October the sun rays fall upon the exact place where his ashes were kept, the architecture was designed in that specific manner
Tsunami Memorial Park
The spot was built as a tribute to the people who died in the Indian ocean earthquake and tsunami. Henceforth, the name.
Our Lady Of Ransom Church
The catholic church dedicated to Mother Mary.
Bhagvathay Amman Temple
Dedicated to Goddess’ Kumari Amman’. It is the first Durga Temple created by Lord Parsuraam.
Ayya Vaikumar Nizhal Thangal
This marvelous shrine is dedicated to Ayya Vaikundar, an incarnation of Lord Narayan!
One of the most popular temple dedicated to Lord Kankyakumari, an incarnation of Goddess Parvati. It is also famous and unique in its own way as it is believed that the diamond nose-ring adorned by famous deity gives directions to fisher folks and sailers sailing the ships in the water.
Most appealing spots for tourists, families, couples, kids. The area is adorned by beautiful hues of variety of sand and lovely shells which would definitely make you crazy for shell neck pieces.Enquire Now
Trivandrum international airport is the nearest airport to Kanyakumari approximately 92 kms away from the city.
Kanyakumari is the end of Southern India. It is well connected both from Tamilnadu and Kerala through bus and taxis.
Trivandrum railway station is the nearest one from where private taxis and vehicles can be hired to reach the main city of Kanyakumari.