Nestled in lush green rice fields, coconut palm and a dense landscape, Anjugramam is a bustling commercial hub in Kanyakumari District, Tamil Nadu. Spanning over an area of about eight sq km, the place is also known as 'poor man’s Nagercoil'. Jamestown, Azhagappapuram, Mettukudiyiruppu, Kanagappapuram and Levinchipuram are the neighboring places.
Anjugramam has abundant running water supply, mainly from Pechiparai reservoir. The town gets moderate rain twice a year. The climate is little warm. December and January in particular are salubrious. The summer heat is neutralized by the breeze blowing from the sea and the evergreen plains. Suchindram, Thovalai, Kanyakumari and Vattakottai are nearby.
Trivandrum International Airport is the nearest airport. Kanyakumari Railway Station serves the town. Anjugramam can be accessed from Kanyakumari by road. National Highway 7 passes through Anjugramam.