Kovalam to Kanyakumari



A trip from Kovalam to Kanyakumari takes the tourists to the golden sea beaches of the place. Kovalam is a serene and enticing sea destination which is around 16 km away from the capital of Kerala state - Thiruvananthapuram. Tourists who are coming to Kanyakumari from Thiruvananthapuram have to cover a distance of 87 km.

Known as one of the most fascinating touristy locations of India, Kanyakumari is placed on the confluence of Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal. Enriched with a quaint and attractive appeal of the sea shores, Kanyakumari houses some of the excellent tourism landmarks.

The magnificent temple of Kanyakumari is an excellent Hindu shrine where devotees from all parts of South India come to offer prayers to the presiding deity. Also, tourists from all corners of India and other countries visit this holy Kanyakumari temple round the year.

People coming from Kovalam to Kanyakumari can also get to see many other appealing features that are spread across the length and breadth of the place. For one there is the world-famous Vivekananda Rock Memorial where tourists gather in large numbers almost everyday. The rock became popular ever since Swami Vivekananda came and meditated on this place.

The Gandhi Smarak Mandir is yet another fascinating attraction of Kanyakumari. Hundreds and thousands of tourists flock to this site round the year while traveling from Kovalam. Another appeal of Kanyakumari is the enigmatic view of the sunrise and sunset from the Bay of Bengal.

In a nutshell it can be said that the weekend getaways from Kovalam to Kanyakumari entices the tourists beyond any limits.



Last Updated on 9/15/2011



     


     

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