The 'Triveni' of three seas Kanyakumari is a place considered sacred and Kanyakumari being a cape is amongst the few places in the country where you can see the sunrise and sunset.
There is lots to see in Kanyakumari town itself (Click here) and there are many more destinations that you can visit along with a vist to Kanyakumari like the beautiful temple of Suchindram or the historic Padmanabhapuram palace
Chitharal Jain Monuments
The Chitharal Jain Monuments belonging to the Digambara sect with cave temples and rock-cut sculptures of Thirthankaras is located 7 km from Marthandam and 55 km from Kanyakumari.
The crescent-shaped Kovalam Beach is divided into three parts. The southern-most beach, Lighthouse Beach, is by far the most popular one. The middle beach, adjacent to it, is called the Hawa Beach, whiles the northern beach is the Samudra beach.
Sprawling haphazardly over seven forested hills, Trivandrum is the gateway to Kerala's most popular tourist attractions. Kovalam Beach is just 10km away, and in Thiruvananthapuram's placid hinterland the tranquil backwaters like Thiruvallam and Veli lure visitors from around the globe for restful holidays in God's own Country. Thiruvananthapuram's beaches, strewn with golden sands set against fringed palms, definitely is a soothing holiday destination.
Trivandrum - Kerala
Kanyakumari has lots to offer to its patrons and there are destinations of international repute less than 100 kms from Kanyakumari too making it a destination which is visited as a part of holiday packages especially Kerala holiday packages from the entire country.