Enchanting Tamil Nadu: Saromas Holidays welcomes you to this captivating state of south India….
Your tour would be unfinished if you haven’t seen the state of Tamil Nadu, often called the cultural capital of India .This state is a blend of old and new, contemporary and traditional in the same fervor…..
The temples of Madurai, the stone carvings of Mahabalipuram, the heritage and paintings of Thanjavur, the wild life of Madhumallai hills and the breath taking hill stations makes this state a must see on your itinerary….
Chennai the capital city of Tamil Nadu is the forth largest metro city of India.The city is a unique blend of tradition and modernity.
Chennai means “beautiful city”, their loyalty to its traditions and culture makes this city really fascinating……
preserving much of its traditional charm….. This 350 year old city is a gateway for the whole of south India…
Places to See
Marina Beach: The second longest beach in the world, stretching up to 4.5 kms, the whole expanse is filled with figurines of various prominent people of Tamilnadu. A walk along the shoreline is a good de-stressor….
Light House: A massive structure located in the southern end of the Marina beach adds glory to the golden sands….
Elliot’s Beach: Located in the coast south of marina is considered as a night beach as it is particularly popular among the youth …….a small Velankanni church and an Ashta-Lakshmi temple can be found at the end of the church…..
Adyar Banyan Tree: This banyan tree in Adayar is considered as one of the largest trees in the world measuring 250ft from east to west and 238ft from north to south.. ……An ancient tree which offered its shade to many copious number of travelers.
Government Museum: Known as Pantheon complex during the times of the East India Company. Today this building houses Government Museum, National Art Gallery and Connemara Public Library….The government museum exhibits bronzes, paintings, artefacts and sculptures.
Tamil Nadu covers an area of 130,058 square kilometers. It borders are Kerala in the west, Karnataka in the northwest and Andhra Pradesh in the north. The Bay of Bengal is to the east. The southernmost tip of the Indian Peninsula is located in Tamil Nadu. The famous town Kanyakumari located at this point where the Arabian Sea, the Bay of Bengal, and the Indian Ocean congregate.
Tamil Nadu is the only state in India which has both the Western Ghats and the Eastern Ghats, and they both meet at the Nilgiri hills.
Tamil Nadu has a coastline of about 910 kilometers.
November – February are the months when Tamil Nadu experiences winter but the temperatures do not dip much. It is around 20 ° C. The State receives rain from the north-east monsoon during October-December. The climate varies in plains and hills. The hills of Tamil Nadu have moderate temperatures during the day with cool nights. On the other hand, the coastal regions of Tamil Nadu experience very little differences in their summer or winter temperatures.
Tamil Nadu is known for its warm and humid summers and moderate summers with temperatures touching almost 40°C. Proximity to the sea brings down the night temperatures. The best time to visit Tamil Nadu is between October and March.
Well connected to all the cities by rail, road and air ways this city is easily accessible……
Air: Chennai has an international airport which links it with all the capital cities in India and also it is linked intra state with Trichy, Madurai, Salem and Coimbatore. This has made the whole of the state of Tamil Nadu easily reachable.
You can plan to visit any part of the state. The Chennai International Airport is well connected with more than 15 countries in the world and has 60 direct flights weekly. International airlines from countries like Sri Lanka, Dubai, Germany, Jakarta, Malaysia, England, Maldives, Saudi Arabia, and Singapore arrive here.
Rail: The Southern Railways has its headquarters in Chennai. Large part of Indian Peninsula covering the states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Pondicherry, a major portion of Karnataka
and a small portion of Andhra Pradesh falls in its network.
Road Network of Tamil Nadu: Road Network of Tamil Nadu is most widespread extending around 170000 km. Private and government buses well connect the whole of Tamil Nadu.
The State Express Transport Corporation connects Chennai with Karnataka, Kerala, and Andhra Pradesh Apart from this a number of national and state highways make traveling very easy from major metropolises like new Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai.
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