Take out time and visit these 3 places in South India – India TV Hindi

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South India traveling tips: If you are fond of South India then you should definitely visit these places. Actually, these places are something special and after visiting here you will feel very calm and better. Actually, we are talking about the three most beautiful places of South India where people from all over the world come to visit. You will feel better after seeing the nature, wildlife and trees and birds here. So, you can visit these places in South India which are famous for their beauty.

So, let us know which are these places.

1. Coorg

Coorg falls in the Kodagu region of Karnataka, which is known for its attractive hilly terrain. It is not far from Bangalore and Mysore and is famous for its abundant coffee plantations. Surrounded by dense mountains and filled with mist, Coorg is a paradise for nature lovers. There is a lot to visit in Coorg. There are waterfalls, Tibetan settlements, Buddhist monasteries and many parks where you can visit.

This railway route is famous for its beautiful journey, you will see nature while sitting in the train.


Munnar, the famous hill station of South India, is a romantic place where there is natural beauty everywhere to visit and enjoy. Munnar is situated at the confluence of three mountain rivers – Muthirapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala. Situated about 1600 meters above sea level, this hill station was the summer resort of the British government during the colonial era. You will get cottages to live in these. The rolling hills of the Savanna, beautiful valleys, innumerable rivers, huge waterfalls, vast tea plantations and winding roads, all form part of a wonderful holiday experience for travelers visiting Munnar.


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3. Ooty

With a cool and pleasant climate throughout the year, Ooty welcomes tourists from far and wide. It’s not just about mountains and hills, Ooty offers a lot to discerning travelers who take the winding roads to reach the summit. Lakes, gardens, parks, peaks, waterfalls and simply amazing accommodation options. No wonder Ooty is called the ‘Switzerland of India’. Also, you can’t miss the toy train ride from Mettupalayam to Ooty, the only metre-gauge, rack railway in India, which will take you around the Nilgiris.

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