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Southern India

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An exotic mixture of beaches, culture, history and flavours

Southern India offers travellers a more relaxing experience than the chaotic cities of the well-trodden north with many highlights, from the stunning landscape of tropical beaches, dense forests, lush plantations and verdant backwaters, to the rich heritage, culinary delights, Ayurvedic treatments, incredible wildlife and temple towns studded with beautiful architecture.

Why visit Southern India?

  • Relax in peaceful backwaters
  • Spot wildlife in beautiful parks
  • Uncover ancient temples
  • Enjoy famous hill stations
  • Explore tea and spice plantations
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Uday Samudra - Pool

Uday Samudra

From £35 pp
Bronze Plus

Nestling within four acres of tranquil grounds, spacious lawns, blue water pools and soaring coconut groves, by the palm fringed bay of Kovalam beach.

The Leela Kovalam - Pool

The Leela Kovalam

From £89 pp

This beautiful resort is built on a rock face, cradled between two large sweeping beaches with spectacular panoramic views of the Kovalam coastline.


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The facts:

Getting there: There are no non-stop flights between the UK and Cochin, but numerous airlines offer flights via the Middle East or other Indian cities and the journey takes around 12.5 hours.

Best time to travel: Southern India has a tropical climate and can get extremely hot and humid during the summer months, therefore the winter months are often considered the more favourable time to travel. If you’re heading for the hills, these higher areas are noticeably cooler, particularly in the early mornings and evenings.

Kerela climate:

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