If you want to spend your vacations in peace and loving atmosphere, choose Kanyakumari for your trip to golden triangle tour of Holidays in Peace-Loving Ambiance. Kanyakumari is the convergence point of three oceans – The Bay of Bengal, the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean. Except of this, it is also an essential Hindu pilgrim center which is well-known for its exotic sunrises and sunsets over the horizon. The colorful sand found on its beach is one of the exclusive features of Kanyakumari. Kanyakumari or the Cape Comorian, the southern most tip of peninsular India is sprawled over an area of 1672 sq. km, absorbing 1.29% of the total area of Tamil Nadu. Kanyakumari is also famous as Kanyakumari in Tamil Language.
This beautiful land of Kanyakumari is surrounded by magnificent hills along with influential coconut trees and paddy fields. There are also some prominent areas of red crags and some free flowing valleys offering an eye-catching scene. Tourists can also see plains between the mountainous territory and the sea – coast, with Temples and Churches standing pompously. It is truly, a gorgeous way to mark the end of the land of awe-inspiring India.
Attractions at Kanyakumari
Kanyakumari is a famous tourist’s destination of India as it has many tourist attractions tempting numerous tourists, well endorsed by tourism department of Tamil Nadu. Some of the most significant places are the Kumari Amman or the Kanyakumari Temple, located on the sea shore. It is devoted to an expression of Parvati, the virgin Goddess who did sacrament to obtain Lord Shiva’s hand in wedding ceremony. There are two rocks; one of among these is Sri Padaparai, where the footprints of the virgin Goddess are said to be stamped on the rock. There is also a dhyana mandapam which is a perfect place to contemplate. The Gandhi Memorial is another important attraction which is built on the spot where the vase consisting the Mahatma’s ashes was kept for .svgdaily public viewing before submersion.
It is really a very nice experience to visit the attractions of Kanyakumari during its festival season. Some of the main festivals celebrated here are the Chaitra Purnima Festival which is celebrated in the first week of May, Navratri festival which is celebrated in the last week of October and the Holy Annual Festival of the Roman Catholic Church which is celebrated in the fourth week of December. These are the remarkable festivals celebrated in Kanyakumari.
By Air: The nearest airport from Kanyakumari is situated at Trivandrum about 80 kms away from here. It is directly connected with Bangalore, Mumbai, Cochin, Delhi, Goa, and Chennai by regular flights.
By Rail: Kanyakumari is well linked by rail to major parts of the country. Kanyakumari is connected to Thiruvananthapuram, Delhi, a