While most of our earliest memories of holidays are with our parents, and what blissful memories they are, travelling becomes a process of learning as we grow older. As kids, we enjoyed nothing more than heading out of the city to sample the sights, bites and uniqueness of new lands. As we get older however, it becomes important to experience new places on your own or with your friends for several reasons. Some spots will scandalise, some will give them heart problems and some places are just best enjoyed alone, so for everyone's sake, leave your folks out of it!
This little slice of God's own country is made up of a lush green cliff top overlooking a serene, radiant and largely untouched beach. Music drifts across the seashore as you mingle with people from all over the world without the pressure of your parent's itinerary.
Located about 4 hours away from Chennai, this 'experimental township' encourages you to use your individual skills for the good of the community. It functions as a place to use spirituality to self actualise and indulge your eccentricities, leading to strange and beautiful works of art and music in the middle of nowhere. The forest parties are also not exactly parent friendly.