The southern most tip of Indian peninsula is Kanyakumari. Kanyakumari is the confluence of three oceans namely the Arabian Sea, the Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean. The visitors of this southern most tip of the country will certainly enjoy the beautiful scenes of the sunset and the sunrise. The sand in the beaches of Kanyakumari is unique as it is multicolored.
The Vivekananda Rock, the Thiru Valluvar Statue are the most attractive figures of Kanyakumari. Apart from this, Gandhi Memorial, Kamaraj Memorial, the Government Museum, Velu Thambi Dalawar Memorial are also worth to see in Kanyakumari. The Thiruparappu Waterfalls, Mukkudal Dam and the natural waterfalls Ulakkai Aruvi etc. are attractive in Kanyakumari.
There are several temples in Kanyakumari. The important of which are Chidaraal Temple, Keralapuram Temple, Guganathaswami Temple, Kumari Amman Temple, Nagarcoil Nagaraja Temple, Suchindram Thunumalayan Temple etc.
There are several other places of interest in Kanyakumari. The Bay Watch is a water theme park near Kanyakumari. There is a wax museum near the Bay Watch water theme park, which attracts several tourists. The Government Fruit Farm is 2 Km away from Kanyakumari on the way to Nagarcoil.
Mathur Hanging Bridge is a rare bridge in Kanyakumari which was constructed in 1966. The bridge is one kilometer long and 115 feet high. The ancient palace Padmanabhapuram Palace is around 37 Km away from Kanyakumari. The ancient Udayagiri Fort which was built by Marthanda Varma in the 18th century, is about 34 Km from Kanyakumari.