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Kerala
(Capital: Thiruvananthapuram)

Houseboat in Kerala BackwaterWhile headed for South India, there can be no better option than Kerala for unwinding. The National Geographic Traveler has rated Kerala as one of the world’s 50 must-see Points. Here, you find some of the most superb choices to spend your holiday; you can go for a gentle therapeutic Ayurvedic massage, idle away an afternoon aboard the kettuvallom, discover the cardamom hills and enjoy seeing the sportive Indian elephants in the dense jungles of the Periyar Sanctuary.

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Goa
(Capital: Panjim)

Church in GoaGoa is not only about sun and sand. The rich combination of the Portuguese and the Indian influences makes the state one of its kind in India. It’s a land where temples stand cheek-by-jowl with cathedrals and the local vindaloo (curry) is made with pork. Goa’s virgin and unexplored beaches call tourists from every corner of the world. The local cuisines of Goa are truly lip-smacking and feni, the traditional drink of Goa, flows here freely.

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Tamil Nadu
(Capital: Chennai)

Mamalapuram beach in Tamil NaduParticularly for its religious heritage this southernmost state of India, is visited for hordes of travelers. Isn’t it interesting to know that this India’s oldest civilization is home to around 30,000 temples, scattered all across it? The state presents to you a subtle blend of the classic and the contemporary. It is known for its cultural and architectural heritage. The range of lip-smacking cuisines in Tamil Nadu is worth devouring.

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Karnataka
(Capital: Bangalore)

Darpanasundari, the lady with a mirror. Visited for its rich culture and traditional grandeur, Karnataka happens to be the 8th largest state of India. The Carnatic Music and handicrafts of the state have given this state world wide recognition. Today, the state is frequented for its ancient cave temples and other wonderful works of architecture. National parks including the Bandipur National Park, Nagarhole National Park and the Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary are much popular with tourists.

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Lakshadweep
(Capital: Kavaratti)

LakshadweepLakshadweep is a name that fills every island-hopper with immense delight. The 36 atolls and coral reefs make up Lakshadweep, which can aptly be termed as one of India’s best-kept secrets. Only 3 islands in Lakshadweep are open to foreign tourists Agatti, Kadmat and Bangaram. The indigenous people that call these exotic islands home make a living from fishing and harvesting coconuts. Travelers need to avoid carrying any liquor with them.

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