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About Tamil Nadu

Tamilnadu is a land of rich history and tradition. It is the land where traditions and culture combine to live in harmony. Tamilnadu abounds in ancient monuments and temples, which reflect the religious, artistic and cultural accomplishment of the state. Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh surround Tamil Nadu in the north while Kerala lies on the west. The Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean form the eastern and southern boundaries respectively. Point Calimere and Mudumalai wildlife sanctuaries form the eastern and western tips of the state while Cape Comorin or Kanyakumari forms the southernmost tip of Tamilnadu.


Best Time to Visit Tamilnadu

Being a tropical land, there is hardly a sharp variation between the summer and winter temperatures in Tamil Nadu. The months of April and May are the hottest with the mercury hovering around the 40 C mark while the mercury remains around 20-22 degree C in the winter months. In contrast to most parts of India, Tamil Nadu gets most of its rain from the North East Monsoons. Thus, the best/ideal time to visit Tamil Nadu is between October to February, when the weather conditions remain pleasant and enchanting.

Recommended Packages for Tamil Nadu

Vibrant Tamilnadu

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