Kanyakumari is visited by thousands of tourists from all over India throughout the year. The place Kanyakumari is known so due to the temple dedicated to the virgin goddess Kanya Kumari.Read More
If you want to watch the ethereal beauty of the rising or the setting sun standing at the confluence of three seas, then you should travel to Kanyakumari.
Foods of Kanyakumari reflect the taste and food culture of the people of Kanyakumari. Rice is said to be the basic food of the people, however, there are some people in the mountainous region who take Tapioca instead of rice. In those hilly areas, Tapioca is the main food.In the district of Kanyakumari, there are many people who have a high liking for meat, fish and agro products.
Kanyakumari is an excellent shopping destination for buying various seashell items. Nothing better than to purchase beautiful seashell trinkets and souvenirs for your loved ones from this popular beach destination.
An otherwise quiet town, with the exception of temples and waterfalls, Kanyakumari’s nightlife is very different from what you will find in major Indian cities.
Trivandrum is the nearest airport, which is 80 km away from Kanyakumari.Kanyakumari is well connected by train services to all the major cities of India up to Delhi and even further up to Jammu.
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