One of the famous state in south India “Tamil Nadu” also called as “The Land of Tamils” or “Tamil Country” is bordered by not only Pondicherry, Kerala, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh but Eastern Ghats on north, Nilgiri, Anamalai Hills, and Kerala on west, Bay of Bengal on east and Indian Ocean on south make “Tamil Nadu” India’ eleventh largest state by area and traveller’s delight.
Not only this, it’s wonderful architecture, rich culture, nature and many appealing places from pleasant beaches to splendid temples, abundant wildlife sanctuaries to age-old monuments and so more sure to leave you spell bound. No doubt it is honor to visit and adore the elaborate architecture, outstanding sculptures, artisticskills and the rich/ lavish tastes of the erstwhile royal kings of Pallavas, Cholas or Nayakas which displayed at almost all the temples through Chidambaram, Thanjavur, Tiruchirapalli, Tirunalveli, Kanchipuram, Rameshwaram, Madurai, Chennai and Kanyakumari, here you can combine your temple trail with sunny beaches at Mahabalipuram and Kanyakumari.
Adding more, if you want to hit into the wild must visit Mudumalai, which is a part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve and home to variety of birds, wild elephant, deer, panther, gaur, notoriously shy Bengal tiger and an array of aquatic wildlife like otters, turtles and crocodile. Having diverse landscape, from hills to the coastal edge, this state is famous for hill stations, so don’t forget to cool off at summer retreats Ooty, Kodaikanal or Yercaud setup by the Europeans who did business here and eventually came to rule the subcontinent.
Last but not least must visit Pondicherry or Puducherry which offers a unique experience, its French architecture and seafront walkway to havens of spirituality and wonderful temples and churches; Pondicherry is sure to mesmerize you. Despite this there are many top-rated destinations in Tamil Nadu that will offer you a complete package. For more information must read Top 10 Tourist destinations of Tamil Nadu.