Temple Tours Package


Tamilnadu is the sightseers dream come true. You can get pleasure from the superb beaches, magnificent temples, and theme parks in Tamil Nadu. To discover south India comprehensively, Madras is the most convenient point of access. Madras is a city which is very well linked by Air, Sea, Rail and Road. All chief towns and cities of the region can be easily accessed by these networks. Tamil Nadu has got first-rate deluxe hotels as well as reasonable ones to suit modest budgets.
Tamilnadu is not only about the past, but it has set its site on the future. The state is budding rapidly on all the fronts whether it is economy, social, human resource, culture, and so on.Tamil Nadu is one of the top three Indian states which receive highest foreign investment in the sectors like automobiles, information technology, power, telecommunication, and others. On the social front, the state has a high per capita income, there is easy availability of social resources to people, and it produces quite a large number of skilled manpower to increase the productivity.
Tamilnadu is the pedestal for Hinduism. Temples with lofty spires called gopurams are a common feature of this state, rarely seen anywhere else in the country. Even today art forms that have their basis in religious adoration continue to colour everyday life. Prominent among these are impressive bronzes of deities, painting on glass and Bharatnatyam, a suggestive dance form. Mahabalipuram, Kanchipuram and Thanjavur are good examples of temple towns where within the temple ramparts grew a multi layered society that preached faith and grew from social harmony. Kanchipuram, also called Kanjeevaram, is famed all through the country as the center where shimmering silk saris are woven. Similarly Thanjavur is a vital center for bronze figure casting. Mahabalipuram, with its wealth of statuettes, is located by the seashore and has exceptional resorts.
Kodaikanal lies alluringly in the Palani Hills of Tamil Nadu. The fantastic stillness of the hill resort is simply out of this world. The summer retreat of Kodaikanal literally means ‘gift of the forest’. The hill resort offers some of the most breathtakingly beautiful spots.

The Lake : is a star shaped lake spread over an area of 24 hectares and has been wonderfully landscaped. Boating facilities are available and the 4km long promenade skirting it is very popular.

Flora & Fauna Museum : located at the Sacred Heart College is a 6km hike from the town centre, but definitely worth a visit. The Orchidarium here has about 300 species of orchids and other exotic plants.

Bryant Park : is a botanical park situated on the eastern side of the lake. It was landscaped and stocked by a British officer after whom it was named. Cut flowers are exported from here. In month of May, the annual horticultural show in held here.

Water Falls : there are numerous waterfalls in the area such as Bear Shola Falls, Silver Cascade, Fairy Falls and Glen Falls, which are popular picnic spots.

Pillar Rocks : located about 7km from the lake, there are three rocks magnificently jutting into the sky to a height of about 400ft. the views from here are spectacular.

Udhagamandalam (Ooty), the capital of Nilgiri district, is popularly known as the "Queen of hill stations' among the tourist circuits. It is situated at a distance of 105 km away from Coimbatore. The height of the hills in the Nilgiri range varies between 2280 and 2290 metres, the highest peak being Doddabetta at a height of 2623 metres.
Botanical Garden
Botanical gardens are a major tourist attraction for those who visit Ooty, one of the most popular hill stations of India. They sprawl over 50-acres and lie on the lower slopes of Dodabetta peak, which is the highest point in Ooty.


The genesis of Karnataka surfaces through the haze of relics. Distinguished in tradition and legend, an assortment of empires that marched through this land is breathtaking. The pompous temples, the powerful Indo-Arabic edifices, transport one into a momentous dream series. It is also a territory filled with the fragrance of Jasmine & Sandalwood and has mines producing gold. It is claimed as the native land of renowned heroes, Parasurama and Hanuman. The initial references to this land were made in the Mahabharata.
Andhra Pradesh
Andhra Pradesh state is the fifth largest state in India. It has an area of 275,068 sq. km. It is a state affluent in culture and traditions. Traces of the varied and flecked facets of the culture of the Mauryas, Pallavas, Cholas, Satavahanas and Chalukyas, offer striking scenes that continue to enthrall the spectator. Andhra Pradesh lives in its lush coastal plains, semi arid Deccan plateau and the lofty hillscapes of the Eastern Ghats. Wonderful crafts, splendid remnants of the past, exciting celebrations, enticing delicacies together with the appealing features of the people, and the mother tongue Telugu leave behind permanent impressions. Some of the beautiful sights of Andhra Pradesh are the world's tallest masonry dam, million year old caves, South Asia's first lion safari and the world's richest shrines.
Goa :
The word Goa induces visions; magical visions of sun, sea and flaxen sands, verdant coverlets of foliage, striking churches, temples and overwhelming memorials, swaying palms, orchards of tropical fruit, old-fashioned and red-roofed manors with complex doorways. Dense forests on the slopes of the Western Ghats, quaint roads that bend their way through tree-lined avenues are a delight to the eye. But visions are transient; what lasts are one's memoirs of this welcoming heaven on the West coast of India: the laid back nonchalant people and a civilization that has survived time itself; an ideal accord of east and west infused in a paranormal blend. Briefly, Goa could well be described as SPLENDID!

Temple Tours
13 Days
Day 1
On arrival transfer to hotel. Rest of Day at leisure.
Day 2
Transfer to Airport and depart for Madras . Transfer to hotel in Mahabalipuram. City tour of Mahabalipurum- the city of Seven Pagodas.
Day 3
Visit Ekambasreshwar Temple , Kamakhsi temple and Viakunta temple. Also visit Kanchipurum a center for silk weaving. Rest of the day is free.
Day 4
Mahabalipurum/Madras/Triuchirapalli. Transfer to Madras airport and fly to Trichy and then to hotel. Morning free. City tour covers the Rock fort, Sirangam and Jambukeshwar Temples .
Day 5
Tiruchirapalli to Madurai . Leave by car to Madurai and en route visit Birhadeswara temple, and the statue of Nandi Bull. Check into hotel.
Day 6
Madurai . Full Days tour of Meenakshi Temples, Palace of King Triumalay Temple of Alaghar Kohli and also visit Elephant rock. Stay at Madurai .
Day 7
Madurai/Trivandrum. Leave by car to Trivandrum and visit the following en route: Cape Comorin , KanyaKumari and southern tip of India Long Days drive involved.
Day 8
Trivandrum . Capital of Kerala. City is lush green with excellent coastline, superb Kovalam beach (11miles) and backwater for boating.
Visit Padmanabha swami temple, Museum and Chala Bazaar. Stay at hotel.
Day 9
Transfer to airport for flight to Bangalore . On arrival leave by car to Hassan for overnight stay. Day at leisure.
Day 10
Depart from Hassan to Mysore and visit en route Halebid, Belur Temples and Jain temple rock carving of Sravanabalagola. Stay at Mysore .
Day 11
City Tour visits to many palaces and the museum. Evening optional visit to Brindavan Gardens and fountains.
Day 12
Leave Mysore and en route visit Hoysala sculptures at Somnathpur. Arrive at Bangalore for over night stay.
Day 13
Transfer to airport for flight to onward destination.