Day 1

Tirupati is a city in the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. Situated at an altitude of approximately 2800 feet above sea level. Tirupati is considered one of the holiest Hindu pilgrimage sites because of Tirumala Venkateswara Temple, besides other historical temples, and is referred to as the “Spiritual Capital of Andhra Pradesh”. For the year 2012-13, India’s Ministry of Tourism named Tirupati as the “Best Heritage City”.

Day 2

Tiruchirappalli also called Tiruchi or Trichy, are a city in Tamil Nadu and the administrative headquarters of Tiruchirappalli District. Situated at an altitude of approximately 280 feet above sea level. Tiruchirappalli sits almost at the geographic center of the state. The Kaveri Delta begins 16 kilometers (9.9 miles) west of the city as the Kaveri river splits into two, forming the island of Srirangam, now incorporated into Tiruchirappalli City Municipal Corporation. Tiruchirappalli’s recorded history begins in the 3rd century BC when it was under the rule of the Cholas. The city has also been ruled by the Pandyas, Pallavas, Vijayanagar Empire, Nayak Dynasty, the Carnatic state, and the British.

Day 3

Madurai is a major city and cultural headquarters in the state of Tamil Nadu. Situated at an altitude of approximately 350 feet above sea level. Madurai is the third-largest city by area. Located on the banks of River Vaigai, Madurai has been a major settlement for two millennia and is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world.

Day 4

Rameswaram is in the Ramanathapuram district in Tamil Nadu. It is located on Pamban Island separated from mainland India by the Pamban channel and is about 50 kilometers from Mannar Island, Sri Lanka. It is situated in the Gulf of Mannar, at the very tip of the Indian peninsula. Pamban Island, also known as Rameswaram Island, is connected to mainland India by the Pamban Bridge. Rameswaram is the terminus of the railway line from Chennai and Madurai.

Day 5

Rameswaram Sightseeing includes Ramanathaswamy Temple, Agni Thirtham, Five Faced Hanuman Temple, Pamban Bridge & House of Abdul Kalam.

Day 6

Kanyakumari is also known as Kanniyakumari, formerly known as Cape Comorin, is a town in Kanyakumari District in the state of Tamil Nadu in India. The name comes from the Devi Kanyakumari Temple in the region. It is the southernmost tip of peninsular India. Kanyakumari town is the southern tip of the Cardamom Hills, an extension of the Western Ghats range. It also called Triveni Sangam where the Indian ocean, Arabian Sea & Bay of Bengal joins together. Kanyakumari is unique in itself for being amongst the very few places in the country where you could watch a sunrise and also a sunset sitting in the very same spot.

Day 7

Kanyakumari Sightseeing places include Kanyakumari Devi Temple, Thiruvalluvar Statue, Vivekananda Rock Memorial, Suchindrum Temple & Gandhimandapam.

Day 8

Check out from the hotel and departure transfer (as per the departure timing).




Tamil the official language of Tamil Nadu is the oldest living language in the world. It’s not the oldest language in the world, but it is the oldest living language that’s still being used today. Tamil was declared a classical language by UNESCO in 2004. Tamil is also the official language of Srilanka & Singapore.
The state inhibits many forms of classical arts, classical music, and classical literature. The diversity can be seen in language, caste, and many more things. Tamil Nadu is also home to a number of historic buildings and religious sites including historic hill stations and Hindu temples of Tamil architecture.
The state is home to some very ancient and splendid temples. Tamil Nadu has around 33,000 ancient temples and some even 1400 years old. The main temples are Meenakshi Amman Temple in Madurai, Brihadeswara Temple in Thanjavur, Ramanathaswamy Temple in Rameswaram, Thillai Nataraja temple in Chidambaram, and Kapaleeshwarar Temple in Chennai among many others.
Tamil Nadu has the best and the most visited hill stations all over India. The places are Kodaikanal, Ooty, Coonoor, Ketti Valley, Valparai, and Yelagiri Hills.
Kodaikanal is home to the Kurunji flower which blooms only once in 12 years.
Three of the Panchabhoosthala temples, at kalahasti, Kanchipuram , & Chidambaram stand on a straight line exactly at 79 degrees & 41 minutes east longitude.
It is said that snooker was invented in a club in Ooty before 100 years.
Bharathanatyam is the traditional dance of Tamil Nadu. Other folk dances include Kolattam, Karagattam, and Mayilattam.


Tamil Nadu Climate –The greater part of Tamil Nadu fills under Tropical savanna climate and a smaller portion of the state falls under Humid subtropical climate; the climate of the state ranges from dry sub-humid to semi-arid.
Summer lasts from April to early June, when maximum temperatures may reach 41 °C (106 °F). It’s hot & humid
Monsoon in Tamil Nadu is irregular. The place receives sometimes less and sometimes heavy rainfall. The temperature from July to September ranges between 29 to 31 °C. Interestingly Tamil Nadu receives rain from November to February also.
Winter Season in Tamil Nadu Starting from the month of November and lasting till February, the temperature during the winter season range between 22-degree Celsius to 32-degree Celsius. The days are warm and nights are moderate with occasional rain showers. However, the rain spells won’t be a hindrance to your travel plans.
Best Time to Visit:
Tamil Nadu doesn’t really have a cold winter. Although it extends from October till February, there are intermittent rains in November and December. But the best time to visit Tamil Nadu is during the winter months, especially for sightseeing and exploring the cities.
Local Languages: The major Tamil is spoken by most of the people while around ten percent of the people residing in Tamil Nadu speak Telugu. Other languages that are popular in the state are Kannada, Urdu, and Malayalam (though they are spoken by a much smaller percentage). English is spoken in the cities and tourist places.
Clothing: The women in Tamil Nadu are wearing rich culture saris. The young girls wear full-length short blouses and shawls, this style of wearing is called Pavada, which also known as a half sari. Now, most of the women in cities are wearing Salwar Kameez, Jeans, and Pants. Men are wearing T-shirts, Cotton shirts and lungi. Tourists visiting religious places please check the dress code before entering & the restricted areas in the temples as some temples do not allow tourists other than Hindus.


By air – Chennai International Airport. One of the busiest airports in the country, It is well-linked with not only prime Indian cities but also with international destinations. There are domestic services run by many airlines to the small cities in Tamil Nadu.
By rail – Major cities & small cities also are well connected with other parts of the country by broad gauge lines. There is also a narrow-gauge mountain rail in Tamil Nadu from Coimbatore to Ooty.
By road – One of the most cost-effective and convenient ways of reaching is via well-maintained motor-able roads. A number of state and private buses ply at frequent intervals from most South Indian cities. A visual treat is the East Coast Road (ECR) leading to Pondicherry is an extremely picturesque highway, having sand dunes on one side and the sea on the other.
Moving around: By bus- Tamil Nadu Tourism Development Corporation operates daily bus services for tourists in the city. Taxi- One can also hire a car for self-drive or a private taxi to travel within Tamil Nadu & to nearby states. Big cities also have auto-rickshaws within the city.

Health Precautions-
If you are from a foreign country, you may not be used to the drinking water here. Hence we suggest you pick up a bottle of mineral water which is cheap and widely available, usually provided in flasks in hotel rooms. Order the same when you are at a restaurant. As far as possible, avoid drinking any kind of water or juices from roadside carts and vendors. India, being primarily a Hindu country, beef is rarely served. Pork is also not easily available. Eat non-vegetarian food only in good restaurants. What you get in smaller places is generally of dubious quality though tastes quite yummy, but maybe risky.

About Expenses –
Tamil Nadu is moderately priced. A vacation to Tamil Nadu for one week usually costs around ₨8000 to Rs9800 for one person. While meal prices in Tamil Nadu can vary, the average cost of food in Tamil Nadu is ₨337 per day. If you try local delicacies it will be very cheap. Tamil Nadu food is very famous and tastes good. During afternoon times many restaurants offer Thali meals which are very famous. One should definitely try these vegetarian & Non-veg meals. They are freshly prepared & served hot.
ATM & Credit cards-
Most of the establishments accept Credit cards. ATM is widely available in most cities & tourist places.

Mobile & Inetrnet Connectivity –
Most of the major mobile service providers offer a wide range of services. Internet connectivity is good. Major hotels have WI FI facilities for guests. Being a major progressive state Tamil Nadu has good 4 G connectivity.

Culture & Festivals –
The Pongal festival is the most important festival in Tamil Nadu. There are also many cultural festivals in Tamil Nadu. Natyanjali Festival, Karthigal Deepam, Jallikattu Bull Festival, Music & dance festival at Chennai, Navratri, Deepavali, Saraswatipujan, Mahamaham Festival- Dip into the spiritually blessed water of Mahamaham tank on this auspicious festival that takes place every 12 years in the Kumbakonam town of Tamilnadu.
Shopping –
Tamil Nadu is famous for silk saris. You can purchase a good silk material in Tamil Nadu. Also shop for brass items, Tanjawor paintings, wood carvings, imitation & traditional jewelry, traditional pottery. Stone carvings, sculptures. Be it clothes, shoes, bags, jewelry, makeup, the Purchase of local snacks is also a good deal. Ooty is famous for homemade chocolate fudge & tea.

Accommodation –
Tamil Nadu offers hotels, guest houses to suit each & every budget stays. A wide range of hotels from budget to 3 – 4- 5 star hotels is available. For economy people, there are guest houses also. If you wish you can opt for any beachside resorts. Religious places offer very cheap accommodations for devotees.

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