Kanyakumari tourism is one of the major tourist destinations offered by Tamil Nadu, Kanyakumari, attracts a large number of tourists from across the globe with its exceptional natural beauty. The picturesque town of Kanyakumari is located in the southernmost point of India where the Indian Ocean meets the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea. Kanyakumari, which literally means "a virgin girl", is a form of Goddess Parvathi and hence this town has got a deep religious association and boasts of some of the finest temples of South India. Kanyakumari tour also offers you a unique experience of enjoying the beautiful sight of sun set and moon rise over the ocean simultaneously.
Kanyakumari is located around 80 kilometers from the capital of Tamilnadu, Chennai and is well connected by Air, Rail and Road. Trivandrum is the nearest airport and a good network of rail and road connects Kanyakumari with other parts of India. The climate of Kanyakumari is generally pleasant throughout the year because of its location adjacent to sea and the best time to visit this town is between October and March.
In addition to the picturesque beaches and the famous Kanyakumari temples, Kanyakumari temples also offers its visitors a number of other attractions like the Gandhi Memorial that stored the ashes of the Mahatma till they were immersed in the sea, Vivekananda Memorial located in two rocky islands where Swami Vivekananda sat and meditated in 1892 and Suchindrum Temple during Kanyakumari tourism, famous for its musical columns and the statue of Hanuman.