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Udayagiri Fort:

The Udayagiri Fort occupies an important position in the history of India. Constructed around 1600 AD, the fort primarily served the purpose of defense. This fort is also known as De Lannoy’s Fort after the Dutchman who had occupied the fort in the 18th century. The fort draws many tourists with its imposing structure as well as the bio diversity park located within the premises.


Olakaruvi Falls:

Lovers of nature are sure to love their trip to this site. One of several waterfalls present in the south India, the Olakaruvi Falls is situated at a distance of 20 km from Nagercoil district. According to old legends, the Olakaruvi Falls holds the power to rejuvenate old people.


Lord Subramanya Temple:

Lord Subramanya Temple is renowned for its architecture, especially for its pillars and towers. Pilgrims from all over India arrive at this site to partake in the festivals which are hosted during specific religious holidays.


Sothavilai Beach:

The sandy white beaches and crystal clear waters of the Sothavilai Beach attract many tourists. One of the most famous beaches along the Indian Ocean, the Sothavilai Beach is situated about 7 km away from the town proper. Despite the large scale damage caused by the tsunami few years ago, the beach has now been rebuilt.


Padmanabhapuram Palace:

The Padmanabhapuram Palace located in the Kerala Tamilnadu border symbolizes the rich and varied cultural heritage of India. Constructed mainly with wood, this magnificent palace is maintained by the Government of Kerala. The Palace has gained international recognition and is visited by thousands of tourists both from India and abroad.


Thirunandhikarai Cave Temple:

One of the most famous temples in South India, the Thirunandhikarai Cave Temple happens to be an ancient temple housing many statues, most of which are now extinct. This temple is among the founding stones of the Jain religion. At present, the Temple is under the purview and care of the Archaeological Survey of India.


Gandhi Mandapam:

A must-visit spot in Kanyakumari, the Gandhi Mandapam is located close to the renowned Anna University. This monument was in honour of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. The monument is a shining instance of the rich cultural heritage of India.


Sanguthurai Beach:

The Sanguthurai Beach in Kanyakumari is one of the nicest beaches in the country. Situated by the shore of the Indian Ocean, the beach presents a clam and serene atmosphere. The white sandy beach looks romantic against the coastal backdrop. The Vivekananda Rock can be seen from the spot. The highlight of the beach is a white pillar jutting out from the sea. The lukewarm temperature of the water makes it ideal for taking a swim.


St. Xavier Church:

St. Xavier’s Church ranks among the most famous churches in South India. The Church was built in 1600 AD by St. Francis Xavier and remains a site of considerable historical importance even after all these years.



This natural trekking route allows the visitors to have a fine view of the  natural lush jungles of India. Several species of flora and fauna are found here. Elephants can be seen in the plains of Keeriparai. Medicinal and herbal plants are grown in the area.


Baywatch Amusement Park:

Families visiting Kanyakumari can look forward to Baywatch. It is a renowned water theme park with several exciting water rides.


Kumari Amman Temple:

The Kumari Amman Temple should be on the must-see list of every tourists of Kanyakumari. Many cultural heritages of the Indian people can be seen in this temple. Pilgrims take baths in the temple premises. Situated on the coast overlooking the sandy beaches, this marvelous temple attracts thousands of citizens. Non-Hindus are not permitted inside the temple grounds, even for sightseeing.


Vivekananda Rock Memorial:

One of the most iconic spots in South India, the Vivekananda Rock in Kanyakumari is a fort located on a rocky island. This memorial stands atop two rocks that are placed almost 500 m off at the Indian Ocean. This memorial was constructed in the Indian Ocean during 70’s as a tribute to Swami Vivekananda, the famous Indian philosopher, who believed to have sought enlightenment by meditating on this rock.


Thiruparrapu Falls:

A majestic waterfall in South India, the Thiruparrapu Falls captures the attention of tourists. Enjoy a good bath under the sparkling gushes here which is said to have therapeutic properties.



A small village in Kanyakumari, Suchindram is famous for the Sthanumalayan Temple which boasts of its intricate artistic works. A huge statue of Hanuman and the musical columns here are wonderful.


Thiruvalluvar Statue:

This 133 ft high statue designed a beacon of art that draws thousands of visitors to Kanyakumari. Tourists would definitely appreciate this as a testimony to Indian art and culture.


Vattakottai Fort:

This stone fort on the coastline of Indian ocean is a monument of India’s military and maritime history especially during the British and Dutch days.  The black sand beaches here are equally famous.


Thengapatanam Beach:

A relatively small and pristine beach in South India, the Thengapatanam beach boats of its calm and serene atmosphere. It is an ideal place for tourists who love to be little away from the crowd.