Kashmir to Kanyakumari


Driving down on Kashmir to Kanyakumari highway was always on my list. This January, we finally planned to hit the NH 44, the North-South Corridor of NHDP, which is the longest national highway in India, to reach Kanyakumari. Kanya-kumari, which in Hindi means a young unmarried girl, is as fresh and mesmerizing as its name. After zipping across the length of the country, for the final lap of our journey, we drove through west Tamil Nadu, which took us approx 10 hours to reach our destination – the southernmost tip of India where the Bay of Bengal, the Indian Ocean and the Arabian Sea meet. We had a two-day window to explore this beautiful destination and here’s how the experience panned out: The Swami Vivekananda Rock Memorial On the day we arrived at Kanyakumari, we spent the evening exploring the most iconic tourist attraction of our destination – The…