Kanyakumari TourismAbout Kanyakumari Kanyakumari conjointly called Cape Comorin during the British rule of the Republic of India, is a tiny coastal city in Madras close to the Kerala border. It's famous for being the south purpose of the Republic of India wherever the Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea and Bay of a geographical area all meet. However, the city conjointly has special religious significance. It's considered the abode of virgin deity Kanya Kumari, AN incarnation of deity Hindu deity (the divine Mother Goddess). deity Kanya Kumari is believed to possess done penance there to urge Lord Shiva to marry her.Weekend getaways from Kanyakumari allow travellers and locals to embark on soul-stirring journeys across the vast landscape of Tamil Nadu, and as well some other states of South India. The winter season is considered as the best time to visit Kanyakumari.The temperature in summers ranges between 22 to 35-degree celsius.Monsoon is not considered a good time t
Top Attractions in Kanyakumari
Amusement Parks Beach Churches Fort and Palace Monuments Museums Temples Waterfalls
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How to Reach
- By Air : Located at a distance of about 67 kilometres, the nearest airport to Kanyakumari is the Trivandrum International Airport.
- By Bus : Tamil Nadu and Kanyakumari Road Transport Corporation offer regular fleet of buses to almost all the major cities of South India.
- By Train : Kanyakumari has its own railhead and trains from major cities of India stop at this junction. Kanyakumari Express is well-connected to Mumbai and Bangalore. Apart from this, the second nearest station is the Trivandrum Central railway station.