South India Tourism South India, the area in the southern part of the country is formed by four states- Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. The union territories of the Lakshadweep and Pondicherry are also a part of South India. The Arabian sea lies in the west, the Indian ocean uin the south and the Bay of Bengal to the east of this part of India. For the same reason, South India has some of the loveliest beaches in the country. South India also boasts of a diverse geography. From the misty Neelgiri hills and the tea gardens and coffee estates of the hills in Munnar and Wayanad, from the huge Jog falls-the highest waterfall in the country, to the exotic beaches of Kerala and Lakshadweep from the amazing sunset in Kanyakumari, to the out-worldly beautiful backwaters of Kerala, it offers everything that’s incredible and beautiful. The temples of the South India also mesmerize one and all with the beauty of their intricate sculptures. The Mughal influence could be seen in some of the tombs and historical buildings in Hyderabad and the jewish and Christian Churches in Kerala are also known for their beauty in simplicity. South of India is also perhaps the best example of the beautiful co-existence of different religions and beliefs. South India Tourism has always been able to entice tourists from within the country as well as across the world.
South India has been ruled by many dynasties. It was the link between the Mediterranean and the Far Eastern countries in the ancient times. The Malabar coast was an important port and people from the region traded with the Greeks andd the Romans. The South India has trading relations with Romans.