Kanyakumari : The Tip of Incredible India
Kanyakumari is famous as the southernmost point of mainland India. Bordered by the waters of two seas, the city offers you a rich scene of nature. The seashores of Kanyakumari are colored in the beauty of nature. The blue waters gently wash over the golden sands while green and brown coconut trees line the beaches. Red cliffs tower over the coast. It is an idyllic spot prefect for relaxing as you get refreshed by the cool breezes blowing in from the seas. Rolling valleys lie interspersed with plain areas creating a fascinating merger of romantic sea coasts and rocky topography. Kanyakumari is filled with a rich history and a strong cultural heritage. There is a fantastic blend of various cultures whose inheritance runs deep within the city. If you are lucky, upoi can enjoy the rare sight of watching the sun rise from the waters of three different seas at the same time. After all, the Bay of Bengal, the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean meet here at Kanyakumari. Even the sunset and moonrise are enchanting experiences you just should not miss when you are here.
How to Get There
Thiruvananthapuram International Airport is the nearest at a distance of about 85 km.
Kanyakumari is very well connected to other parts of the country by train. There are direct trains to Kanyakumari from all the four metropolitan cities of the country and also the major cities like Bangalore and Pune.
There are regular bus services from cities in Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Distance from places; Thiruvananthapuram: 85 km, Madurai: 245 km,Rameshwaram: 294 km, Pondicherry: 580 km, Bangalore: 665 km
The Thiruvalluvar Statue