Kanyakumari to Thengapattinam Beach



An excursion from Kanyakumari to Thengapattinam Beach amidst the green paddy fields and coconut trees enchants one and all. Kanyakumari, located in the southernmost tip of India is easily accessible by air and rail. The place is famous not only for its exotic beaches but it is also popular as an important pilgrim center.

During the journey from Kanyakumari to Thengapattinam Beach, tourists can visit different places of attractions in the region. To name a few are Gandhi Mandapan, Temple Amman, Vattakottai and Nagaraja temple at Nageroil. Gandhi mandapan is the place where a little portion of Gandhiji's ashes had been preserved. The Nagaraja temple at Nageroil, built with a shed and mud walls is quite simple to look at. The king of serpents is enshrined in the temple.

Thengapattinam Beach is 54 kms from Kanyakumari. This place is easily accessible by road. Buses travel from Thiruvananthapuram and Nagercoil to the beach frequently. Nagercoil is a small town close to the Thengapattinam beach. It had well connected to other places with regular bus services.

The beautiful beach is located in Painkulam village and is adorned with lush coconut grooves. Situated on the west coast, this village has some historical relevance. During the ancient times, the village was an important place for trade with foreign countries. Between Thengapattinam and other countries like Arabia, cargo services were available. The water of the Thamiraparani River forms an estuary in the sea. With boat riding and backwater facilities, the beach serves as an important location for excursions and picnics.

The trip from Kanyakumari to Thengapattinam Beach is an enjoyable one.



Last Updated on 9/15/2011