Kanyakumari is a bordering town located in the state of Tamil Nadu on India’s southern end. It is a famous vacationist destination in India. It is distinguished for its unique ocean sunrise, sunset, moonrise—the 133 , one hundred and thirty-three feet Thiruvalluvar (Tamil Poet) Statue and Vivekananda (Indian monk) Rock Memorial off the coast, and as a pilgrimage center. The intersection of three sea bodies, the Bay of Bengal, the Indian Ocean, third-largest of the world’s oceanic divisions, and the Arabian Sea , northwestern extension of the Indian Ocean, makes dawn and nightfall significantly more uncommon. On the town’s seashores is a safe-haven focused on Goddess Kanyakumari, the virgin deity, after which the township is named.
On mild, full moon night, one can look at both moonrise and sunset simultaneously on opposite sides of the horizon; on the other side, Vivekananda Rock Memorial, famous tourist monument is an enormous structure enclosed by all sides of the Laccadive Sea, Lakshadweep Sea is a body of water bordering India, The only way to reach the monument is by the Ferry ride. This Vivekananda Rock monument is dedicated to great thinker Swami Vivekananda, born Narendranath Datta, an Indian Hindu monk. An added feature is the statue of Saint Poet Thiruvalluvar, Valluvar, celebrated Tamil poet – author of Thirukkural. Apart from these monuments, Kanyakumari is well known for its beaches and waterfalls. Waterfalls are must visit place at Kanyakumari; it includes Thiruparappu falls, 300 ft long rocky riverbed and olakaruvi falls, situated in Azhagiapandipuram village of Thovalai Taluk of Kanyakumari. This place is also famous for its seafood and coconuts.