Tourist Attractions in Cape Comorin:
The Kumari Amman or the Kanyakumari Temple, located on the shore, is a Shakti Peetha devoted to a manifestation of Parvati, the virgin goddess. The temple overlooks the shore, attract tourists from all over the world.
The Panchappathi, five primary sacred places of Ayyavazhi is also a visit spot in Tour to Cape Comorin.
Vattakottai Fort is an 18th-century fort overlooking the sea, situated six kilometers from Kanyakumari.
Suchindram has the Sthanumalayan temple with a storehouse of art treasures belonging to numerous kingdoms. The temple is admired for its ninth-century inscriptions, musical columns, and 6-meter-tall statue of the monkey god Hanuman.
Baywatch (water amusement-park), and Wax museum (which is the only one of its kind in India) are the latest attractions in Cape Comorin.
The Vivekananda Memorial at Kanyakumari is also one of the important tourist spots and attracts many Hindus.
The Gandhi Memorial where an urn containing the Mahatma's Ashes are preserved.
How To Reach:
By Air :- The nearby airport is Thiruvanathapuram which is 80 km away.
By Rail :- Kanyakumari is well linked by rail services with all the major cities in India. Super fast trains and Intercity trains hook up Kanyakumari with the northern rail and all the southern cities.
By Road :- Kanyakumari has a good road network which connects it to the main cities and towns in South India like Chennai, Bangalore, Madurai, Pondicherry, Trivandrum.
Cape Comorin is also the confluence point of the mighty oceans, the Bay of Bengal, the Indian Ocean and the Arabian Sea. Cape Comorin is a cape at the southernmost tip of the Indian peninsula. Seven diverse colors of sands, spectacular view of the sunset and the sunrise on the confluence of three seas will leave you mesmerized and experience of a lifetime in Cape Comorin holiday.