If you are planning a trip to the southern peninsula of the country, then get ready to get lost amidst its natural beauty, crowds and new places. The main four states in this peninsula are Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. Each of these states is unique in itself with different languages, customs, food, customs. Tourists are welcomed wholeheartedly in these states. The traditions and customs of South India are different from all over India and visiting here will give you an opportunity to get familiar with all these things.
Today we are going to tell you what you should keep in mind during your visit to South India.
Dress like local people
When packing for a trip to South India, do not pay much attention to the costumes of the people here because the locals here wear clothes that are difficult to find in your wardrobe. For travelling to South India, you should keep clothes based on the weather and climate here. You can keep loose cotton trousers in your bag as it is very hot and cotton trousers will help in relieving the heat. Women can have light and simple clothes. Be sure to keep large scarves so that it can be used to cover your head, shoulders or legs when needed.
Street rush in South Indian cities
Like other big cities of India, there is a lot of traffic in South Indian cities. You can see all types of vehicles on the roads here. If you are travelling to South India for the first time, then get ready for all these things. If you want to avoid the hassles caused by congested buses, auto-rickshaws, bikes, trucks, cars, traffic and flooding of roads, then avoid travelling to the South Indian city on Friday night. Due to the weekend, these cities are very crowded on the streets on Friday nights, so it is better to avoid travelling at this time.
The weather of South Indian cities
Pleasant and mild cool air is experienced throughout the year in most parts of South India. Along with this, there is a hot and humid climate. The weather in Bangalore remains quite pleasant throughout the year, but apart from this, hot weather prevails in most parts of South India. Travelling to this part of the country during summer should be avoided as the temperature here reaches 40 ° C.
Nature of the people of South India
If you ask about the way or any place during the journey, then you will get a very good response from the people here. People of South India are very curious and friendly and you will also get to hear interesting stories and experiences from them. People living in South India are very soft and sociable by nature and you will get a sense of this after you come here.