Kerala

God's own country

 

Golden beaches, emerald backwaters, lofty mountain ranges, powerful art forms... the choices are many and so are the wonders that await you in Kerala. Come and take home what they call ‘memories’, the kind that makes life worth living.

When in Kerala all you do is to LET GO. Let the lazy backwaters set pace to your day and village folksongs croon to your heart. Let the clarion call of the jungles awaken the wilderness in you. Bathe elephants. Discover remote festivals that leave imprints on your soul. Take your taste buds on rides through flavours they never dreamt existed. Camp in the woods lying awake listening to the symphony of Nature at night and early in the morning let the mountain mists awake you with whispered tales of long forgotten travellers…

 

 

 

Enchanting Tamil Nadu

 

Tamil Nadu is a state in the south-eastern part of the Indian Peninsula. Tamilnadu is previously a part of the United Madras Province, which was later partitioned based on languages. Tamilnadu has more than 4,000 years of continuous cultural history. Tamil Nadu has some of the most remarkable temple architecture in the country, and a living tradition of music, dance, folk arts and fine arts. Tamil Nadu is well renowned for its temple towns and heritage sites, hill stations, waterfalls, national parks, local cuisine and the natural environment and wildlife. The state has the largest tourism industry in India with an annual growth rate of 16%. In 2015, the number of domestic arrivals was at 333.5 million making the state the most popular tourist destination in the country, and foreign arrivals numbered 4.68 million, the highest in the country, making it the most popular state for tourism in the country.

 

 

Karnataka

One state many worlds

 

Karnataka is a tapestry of colours, cultures, flavours, landscapes, timelessness and heart stopping beauty. It’s a place where vibrant worlds seamlessly meld into one another every few hundred kilometers. Sedate plains suddenly rise to dizzying mist covered hilly heights, and then plunge with careless abandon in a white-watered freefall to become languid rivers that flow past cities where time has stopped altogether. And cities where time rushes a relentless rush to keep up with the world; cities that sometimes escape into the deep quietude of thick forests and sometimes, stretches their arms wide open to embrace the sea. Host to some of India's largest and most powerful dynasties, the state has across the centuries, carried a legacy of art and culture. Its geography - making it, by all means, a 191,791 square kilometre trail of whimsy. 


 

 

Puducherry know as Pondicherry

 

Away from the hustle and bustle of big cities, Puducherry is a quiet little town on the southern coast of India. The unmistakable French connection, the tree lined boulevards, the quaint colonial heritage buildings, the spiritual sceneries, the endless stretches of unspoilt virgin beaches and backwaters and a surprising choice of restaurants serving a melange of cuisines provide a heady mix of experience that draws travellers from near and far to the city. It is the perfect place to come if you want to take the pace of life down a few notches.

The Union Territory of Puducherry comprises of four coastal regions namely Puducherry, Karaikal, Mahe and Yanam. Puducherry and Karaikal are situated on the East Coast of Tamil Nadu, Yanam in Andhra Pradesh and Mahe on the West Coast in Kerala. 
 

 

 

Golf Tourism in Tamil Nadu

With Golf courses spreading to every nook and corner of India and the growing popularity of the sport backed by the sightseeing of the spots. Tamil Nadu is the right place for Golf enthusiasts who are looking forward to visiting India for a holiday that goes beyond tees and greens.

Why Golf in Tamil Nadu?

Built by British | 120 years of heritage | Ambience as in Scotland | Favorable weather throughout the year | Hassle free Tee off time | Good connectivity

Highlights: Coordination of Tee Off Slots | Accommodations | Transfers & Logistics

 

                 Ootacamund Gymkhana Club

OOTY

The Originator of the Golf Course was Colonel Ross.Thompson, R.E.in the year 1889. He was the Executive Engineer Nilgiris District. In 1891 Colonel Fane Sewell, the Honorary Secretary of the Club, obtained the permission of the Municipal Council, who was the custodian of the ground to form on it a Golf Course with nine holes, the name Gymkhana Golf Club came into existence in the year 1896. In 1905 to conduct the Amateur Golf Challenge cup, which is now called the South India open Amateur Championship , it was then decided to increase the number of Holes in the Golf Course to Eighteen.

 

                     The Coimbatore Golf Club

                   The Coimbatore Golf Club

Coimbatore

The Coimbatore Golf Club is an 18 hole golf course located in a place called  Chettipalayam in Coimbatore, located within the city limits in the state of Tamil Nadu in India. The club was formed by few enthusiasts in Coimbatore in 1977. Initially the club laid out a 9-hole course in Jail grounds in the city. Later in 1985 the Club laid out a new course designed by one of the founders G.K. Rajagopal in Chettipalayam village, 17 km from the city centre.

                      The Kodaikanal Golf Club

                    The Kodaikanal Golf Club

kodaikanal

116 Years of Golfing at Kodaikanal. One misty day in June, twelve avid golfers, posing as hikers, stumbled out of a dense forest onto verdant rolling grassland, with gurgling streams and wooded hills. This, they thought, would be ideally suited for golf. Thus, in 1895, was born the Kodaikanal Golf Club. In those days there was no ghat road as such, and the only mode of transport was by "shanks pony" or the real one, for the mainly American and British missionary with the Indian Civil Servant, who formed the backbone of the club.