Tuticorin, India

Tuticorin is also known as Thoothukudi, which is situated in the Pearl District of Tamil Nadu. People often call it 'Pearl City' due to the pearl fishing carried out in the town. It serves as a major seaport for south Tamil Nadu and other inline cities of Coimbatore, Madurai and Tirunelveli. Tuticorin is a port city and one of its major tourist attractions is Tuticorin Port, which is purposefully built to handle a number of international cargoes. The history of Tuticorin dates back to 6th history and religion together, book Tuticorin holiday packages. century AD. If you are interested in exploring

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Climate

Summer
Mid-March - end June
Temperature:19°C- 38°C

Monsoons
June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm-325 cm

Winter
Late November To Mid-February
Temperature:18°C-30°C

Best Places to Visit in Tuticorin

Kalakadu Wildlife Sanctuary:
It is a trendy pursue for botanists and ornithologists due to featuring a wide range of flora and fauna. Tourists may have great fun while coming across varied species of animals and walking towards dense forests.

Gulf of Mannar Marine National Park:
Situated in the Tuticorin and Ramanathapuram districts of Tamil Nadu, Gulf of Mannar Marine National Park is an exclusive marine biosphere reserve. Rich in marine life, the Gulf of Mannar is spread over an area of 10,500 km2 with 21 islands and continuous stretches of coral reef.

Kattabomman Memorial Fort:
Kattabomman Memorial Fort was built by the Government of Tamil Nadu in 1974. Under the protection of Archaeological Survey of India, the fort features a temple in its close proximity, dedicated to Sri Devi Jakkammal, the traditional Goddess of Kattabomman.

Ettaiyapuram Palace:
It is a renowned tourist spot in Tuticorin, which is located in Ettaiyapuram area. It is a historic place that is related to the cultural history of the region. A celebrated innovative poet Mahakavi Subramania Bharathiar was born here.

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