This district marks the southernmost tip of Indian Peninsular. Starting from velvet beaches to proud hills, this place has all elements of nature. Since it is very near to Kerala, you can experience a similar nature with aroma of herbs, sparkling water, pristine rivulets and extraordinary architecture.
During British rule, it was called as Cape Comorin. This district has a rich civilization with privilege of art, crafts, pilgrimage, architecture and other attractions. This place had been under the rule of different dynasties in the history. Each ruler has built a lot of memorials and building to stand as a reminder for their reign. Islam and Christianity entered India through Kanyakumari. Thus, you can find architectures of various religions here. The most iconic attraction here is the spot where Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean and Bay of Bengal mix together.
This place attracts a lot of pilgrimage people. Moreover, there are a lot of bazaars where shopaholics can get immersed into. If you visit here, you should taste the local styled cuisine which is a mixture of Kerala and Tamil Nadu styled dishes.
This place is an all-year-round tourism destination. Though Tsunami had pushed the place to grief a few years ago, the place has gained back its majestic beauty again.