Kanyakumari is the southern most tip of India. It is the place of union for
the three oceans - The Arabian sea, Bay of Bengal and the Indian ocean meet
here. Kanyakumari is an important pilgrimage center, attracting several
thousand pilgrims to its surroundings. Sunrise and sunset are spectacular,
especially on full moon days. The beach is a beautiful sight with
multi-coloured sand, but it does not really offer one the opportunity to
sunbathe on soft golden sands, or to frolic in the waves either. Its beauty
and charm offers a welcome change to the tourists and pilgrims. A variety of
shells are on sale on Kanyakumari beach.
Sightseeing at Kanyakumari
Vivekananda Rock Memorial
This memorial to Swami Vivekananda was built in 1970. Vivekananda was a social reformer and saint of modern India. He is supposed to have meditated on the rock where the memorial stands. Ferry service is available to reach the rock memorial.
Sangam is the meeting point of the three major bodies of water, the Bay of Bengal, the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean. It is a bathing ghat, with steps leading into the water and a sort of lagoon formed between land by a series of rocks. People bathe and jump around, getting lightly battered by the remains of waves, which are washing over the rocks.
From here you can get a panoramic view of the beauty around.
Reaching Kanyakumari Beach
Air : The nearest airport is in Thiruvananthapuram, 87 km away.
Rail : Kanyakumari is well-connected with all places by rail.
Road : Kanyakumari is well-connected with all places by road.