You can reach this picturesque southern most tip of Indian peninsula by air, rail and road. You can choose any of the modes as per your requirement.
The nearest airport from Kanyakumari is situated at Trivandrum about 80
kms away, which is connected with Bangalore, Mumbai, Cochin, Delhi, Goa,
and Chennai by regular flights.
This southern most extreme of India is well connected by rail to major
parts of the country. Broad gauge railway network connects Kanyakumari
to Thiruvananthapuram, Delhi, and Mumbai. Super fast trains connect
Kanyakumari with northern cities like Jammu and Delhi. Tirunelvelli,
situated around 80 kms away from Kanyakumari is the other nearest
railway junction and can be reached by road via Nagarkoil (19 km).
Extensive road network connects Kanyakumari to Nagarkoil (19 km),
Tirunelvelli (91 km), Tiruchendur (89 km), Tuticorin (129 km),
Rameshwaram (300 km), Courtallam (130 km), Madurai (242 km), Thekkady
(358 km), Kodaikanal (362 km), Palani (370 km), Ootacamund (576 km),
Cochin (309 km), and Coimbatore (478 km).
The city has tourist vehicles and intercity trains, running from almost
all the southern cities, which ensure an easy and efficient mode of
transportation for both inter and intra city travel.