Kanyakumari District is one of the smallest districts in Tamilnadu with a number of places of tourist importance. It is a cultural heritage centre with historical significance. This district is important because it is bestowed with different terrain nature and is sandwiched between the Arabian Sea in the west and Western Ghats in the east. The sea of Kanyakumari located in the southernmost tip of peninsular India, is one of the world’s most important fascinating tourist spots and at this point one can witness the confluence of three seas namely Indian Ocean, Bay of Bengal, and Arabian Sea and also the multi-coloured sand in the beach. The unique feature of Kanyakumari also known as Cape Comorin is the sunrise and sunset which attracts tourists from different parts of the world. The statues of the World renowned Philosopher Swami Vivekananda and the Tamil Poet Thiruvalluvar erected on Rocks in the sea are wonderful sites to cherish. The district and its borders are also endowed with places like Poovar Boat club, Mathur Hanging bridge, Padmanabhapuram palace, Thirparappu falls, Dilanoy Fort, Sankuthurai Beach, KanyakumariAmman, Suchindrum and Nagaraja Temple etc. which are of immense tourist potential. The organizers will make necessary arrangements for the participants to catch a glimpse of these tourist spots.