4 Off-the-Beat Places in South India!

Are you planning a family vacation or solo vacation to the South part of India? If yes, then which place you would prefer to go? Bangalore? or Kerala? or Chennai?

Wait! Wait! Before you decide where to go in South India have a look here.

Welcome back  Creatorshala’s readers, we are here back again with something new for you like always. For today we have complied a list of 4 off-the-beat places or we rather say 4 places you have never explored and heard of it!

Belum Caves

Have you ever heard of this cave? Yes/No? If yes, then you would know the Belum caves are the second largest and longest caves in Indian subcontinent and in the plains of India respectively. The cave has formed in black limestone with spacious chambers, siphons, long passages and fresh water galleries. The constant flow of underground water helped caves in forming their deepest point at 150 feet. And the best thing about the cave is mystery with 16 different pathways which includes the main entrance.

Dhanushkodi

You must have seen this beautiful place in movie scenes. Also known as the ”Lost Land’ or get some haunted feels as it is also known as ‘Ghost Town’ . There is an unorthodox charm in the place itself. The term Dhanushkodi means ‘end of the bow’ and it is situated in the south-eastern tip of Pamban Island of Tamil Nadu. A place which was left in ruins, but beautiful nonetheless.

Halebidu

An old city which was the regal capital of the Hoysala empire back in 12th century. Originally known as Dorasamudra and later got the name “Halebidu”  because of richness in architecture with the beautiful Kedareswara temples which was ransacked twice during the invasion of Malik Kafur.

Hogenakkal Falls

The breathtaking Hogenakkal Falls are located on river Kaveri in the Dharmapuri district of Tamil Nadu. Go there and enjoy the freshly fried fishes served by the village women at the shore which is indeed a highlight about the place.

Now don’t wait anymore and go out explore, explore and explore.

 

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4 Off-the-Beat Places in South India!

Are you planning a family vacation or solo vacation to the South part of India? If yes, then which place you would prefer to go? Bangalore? or Kerala? or Chennai?

Wait! Wait! Before you decide where to go in South India have a look here.

Welcome back  Creatorshala’s readers, we are here back again with something new for you like always. For today we have complied a list of 4 off-the-beat places or we rather say 4 places you have never explored and heard of it!

Belum Caves

Have you ever heard of this cave? Yes/No? If yes, then you would know the Belum caves are the second largest and longest caves in Indian subcontinent and in the plains of India respectively. The cave has formed in black limestone with spacious chambers, siphons, long passages and fresh water galleries. The constant flow of underground water helped caves in forming their deepest point at 150 feet. And the best thing about the cave is mystery with 16 different pathways which includes the main entrance.

Dhanushkodi

You must have seen this beautiful place in movie scenes. Also known as the ”Lost Land’ or get some haunted feels as it is also known as ‘Ghost Town’ . There is an unorthodox charm in the place itself. The term Dhanushkodi means ‘end of the bow’ and it is situated in the south-eastern tip of Pamban Island of Tamil Nadu. A place which was left in ruins, but beautiful nonetheless.

Halebidu

An old city which was the regal capital of the Hoysala empire back in 12th century. Originally known as Dorasamudra and later got the name “Halebidu”  because of richness in architecture with the beautiful Kedareswara temples which was ransacked twice during the invasion of Malik Kafur.

Hogenakkal Falls

The breathtaking Hogenakkal Falls are located on river Kaveri in the Dharmapuri district of Tamil Nadu. Go there and enjoy the freshly fried fishes served by the village women at the shore which is indeed a highlight about the place.

Now don’t wait anymore and go out explore, explore and explore.

 

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