32 destinations to explore in Tamil Nadu
Home to historic buildings, multi pilgrimage sites, hill stations, cultural arts, and three world heritage sites.
Ariyalur houses the prehistoric fossil museum and historic monuments in the Chola era.
Chennai is the capital and largest city of Tamil Nadu. It is well known for unique culture, Jellikettu, Pongal, and Temples.
Cuddalore district is famous for Its temples. It is believed that there was a seaport in ancient times.
Dharmapuri District is one of the major producers of mango in the state.
Dindigul derives its name from the words 'Thindu' which means pillow and 'kal' which means rock. It refers to the bare hills which overlook the city.
To be called by various names such as Textile City, Turmeric City or Loom City of India.
It is called as the temple city of Tamil Nadu.
Only the southernmost district in Tamil Nadu state facing the Arabian sea. Home for a lot of historic events, beaches, and amazing hill stations.
Krishna refers to 'black' and Giri refers to 'hill'. The area contains many granite hillocks.Hence the name Krishnagiri
Madhura is also called as 'the city that never sleeps'.
It is a costal line district rich in religious heritage and communal harmony.
The egg city of Tamil Nadu, because of its large poultry industry.
The Name ‘Nilgiris’ means Blue hills (Neelam – Blue and Giri – Hill or Mountain). The view of the violet blossoms of ‘kurinji’ flower enveloping the hill ranges periodically. Hence the name Nilgiri arose.
Permabalur district is located in the center part of Tamil Nadu, also a major producer of small onion and maize in the state.
Home of pre-historic man, much cultural heritage with fortresses, temple, palaces and many historical monuments.
Famous scientist APJ Abdul Kalams birthplace.
Salem is a Geologist’s paradise, surrounded by hills and the landscape dotted with hillocks.
Map of destinations in Tamil Nadu