Bangalore is one of the most popular destinations of southern India. Known as the garden city of India, the climate of Bangalore makes it a happening place all through the year. One of the highly developed cities of southern India, it is the capital of the state of Karnataka. Bangalore is also the seventh largest city in India. There are many stories and legends related to the city. However the present look of the garden city was given to it in the 16th century. Because of the initiative it took in the wake of the Information Technology revolution in the country, Bangalore has been nicknamed as the Silicon Valley of India.
Kodaikanal is a beautiful hill station that is a perfect weekend getaway for tourists from Bangalore and Chennai. This panoramic tourist spot is a beautiful town located amongst the hills of Western Ghats in Tamil Nadu. Kodaikanal was established by the British as a refuge from the high temperatures of the plains in summer. The city has been a popular and active tourist destination since pre-independence era. Travellers will love the beauty of Kodaikanal�s that lies in its long stretches of forests, lakes and green pastures.
Mysore is a heritage city in India and it ranks among the top seven tourist attractions and must see destination in India, the whole city is seething with tourist attractions and diversities, one side you have the beautiful Mysore Palace with rich art in all forms, than there is the famous Brindavan Gardens, Jaganmohan Palace which is another structure along with many more palace structures in Mysore, We have the Deity of Goddess Durga, more famously called Chamundeshwari Devi, lakhs of devotees throng this sacred hill shrine throughout the year, than 15kms away in the town of Nanjangud Lord Shiva the Hindu Deity Reigns and the town is also famously called the Kashi of South India, Srirangpatna which is only 15 kms from Mysore was the capital city
The Queen of Hill Stations - Udhagamandalam better known, as Ooty is the most popular hill station in the South. Located in the Western ghats at a height of 2240m, Udhagamandalam is the headquarters of the Nilgiris district where the two ghats ranges meet.