Why you should visit tamil nadu
- Superb, varied scenery in a tropical climate
- Architectural gems and a significantly different culture and language to other parts of India
- Untouched and beautiful coastline
- Boutique and interesting home stays and hotels
Our specialists 'Must Do'
Tamil Nadu is covered in Temples. In our opinion the best are at Mahabalipuram, Gangaikondacholapuram and Tanjore.
A little more about Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu, with its once referred to 'Coromandel Coast' boasts some of the most remarkable temple architecture in India. Together with temple towns like Kanchipuram, Tanjore and Madurai and the former French territory of Pondicherry with its own distinctive colonial inheritance, this is a rewarding state to visit. Tamil Nadu also combines beautifully with a drive over the lush, green hills of the Western Ghats into Kerala for a relaxing end to your tour.
When to go to tamil nadu
Tamil Nadu offer a humid climate with a shorter season than the dry north. Visit between October and April; however do be aware of the increasing humidity from March onwards. Maximum temperatures rarely rise above 32 degrees while minimum temperatures at sea level are almost never below 20 degrees.