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Tamilnadu

Tamilnadu
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With over 30,000 temples, Tamil Nadu is true, the "Land of Temples". Temples for deities like Ganesh, Murugan, and Shiva are abundant in Tamil Nadu, and some of them are UNESCO World Heritage Site. Meenakshi Temple, Ramanathswamy, Monolithic Rock Temples are some of the prominent temples in Tamil Nadu. The bio-diversity of the state is very rich. Tamil Nadu is home to many important wildlife sanctuaries and national parks like the Bandipur National Park, Annamalai wildlife sanctuary, and many more. Looking for some refreshing air? Ooty and Kodaikanal in Tamil Nadu among many other hill stations might be the best place for you. For the pilgrims, Tamil Nadu not only has temples, but also the city of Rameshwaram. Hindu mythology says that this is the place where Lord Rama created a bridge to Sri Lanka across the sea. Thus, Tamil Nadu is the best place for pilgrims. With a beautiful oceanic landscape formed by the convergence of the three seas- the Arabian ocean, the Indian ocean, and the Bay of Bengal, Kanyakumari is the southernmost tip of the Indian Peninsula. Marina beach, the most scenic beach, is also here in Tamil Nadu.

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2N Ooty | 2N Kodaikanal
   Starting Point

Coimbatore

   Drop Point

Coimbatore

  • Tamilnadu

    Tamil Nadu, a blend of modern and ancient, culture and heritage, history and nature, is a very prominent tourist destination in India. A land that offers its tourists and pilgrims, the rich history of India, dating back to thousands of years. Tamil Nadu is a state that has seen the rise and fall of many dynasties, and all of them have left an impression on this state which can be seen in the forts and palaces found here in abundance.

    Tamil Nadu has a plethora of things to offer you, from lush forests rich in flora and fauna to large mountains, hill stations to scenic beaches, temples to forts, and palaces. Always in the mood for festivities, Tamil Nadu also has some remarkable architecture. The "Land of Temples" is not just famous for the temples, but also for its film stars and political leaders. Since it is the 11th largest state in India, Tamil Nadu has got many tourist spots, so you must plan your Tamil Nadu tour wisely, so as to not miss any spots. Many Tamil Nadu tour packages are available for you to choose from, but before choosing let us dive deeper and get to know more about Tamil Nadu tour places. 

HIGHLIGHTS
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  • Day 1 - ARRIVE AT COIMBATORE - OOTY

    Arrive at Coimbatore and proceed to Ooty. Check-in at the hotel as you arrive in Ooty. Evening free for shopping and other activities and overnight stay at Ooty.

  • Day 2 - OOTY SIGHTSEEING

    After breakfast proceed for a sight seeing tour of Ooty. Visit the Doddabeta Peak which is the highest peak of Ooty.  From here you will get a very panoramic view of the neighboring regions.  By noon back at Ooty town. Afternoon visit the famous Botanical garden built in 1847 and the  Ooty Lake were boating facility is available. You can also try horse-back riding around the lake. Evening visit Coonoor. Overnight at Ooty. 

  • Day 3 - OOTY – KODAIKANAL

    After breakfast, drive to Kodaikanal. Arrive at Kodaikanal and check in to the hotel. Start for sightseeing and visit La Saleth Church, 500 Year Old Tree, Dolphin Nose, Vattaikanal. Overnight at the hotel.

  • Day 4 - KODAIKANAL SIGHTSEEING

    After breakfast, visit Coaker's Walk, inexperienced depression read, Pillar Rocks, Suicide point. Overnight at the hotel.

  • Day 5 - KODAIKANAL – DROP AT COIMBATORE

    Morning, after breakfast check out the hotel and proceed to Coimbatore.  On arrival drop at airport/ railway station for onward journey. 

Inclusions
  • Breakfast will be served in all the Hotels.
  • Accommodation on with base category rooms in all the hotels.
  • A/C Cab  for all transfers and sightseeing exactly as per the itinerary.
  • Toll, Parking, driver’s Bata, road tax & fuel charges.
  • Pick up From Air-Port/ Railway Station
  • Drop at Air-Port/ Railway Station

Exclusions
  • Meals not mentioned above.
  • Entry Fees To Monuments And Palaces.
  • Anything Not Mentioned In The Inclusions.
  • Tickets, tips, guided and Entrance Fees/ Charges.
  • Porterage At Hotels And Airports, Tips, Insurance, Laundry, Liquors, Wine, Etc
  • Any Increase In Taxes Or Fuel Leading To An Increase In Surface Transport.
  • Ayurveda Charges.
  • Any Cost Arising Due To Natural Calamities Like Landslides, Roadblocks, Etc.
  •  All items of personal nature.

What can you do in Tamil Nadu?

History is illustrated in Tamil Nadu's temples in the same way Rajasthan's is depicted in its forts and palaces. Temple-hopping in Tamil Nadu carries the same significance as the temple-hopping in Kolkata, West Bengal during Durga Puja. Safaris in wildlife sanctuaries, an evening walk by the marina beach, and soaking in the aromatic coffee plantations, are some of the activities for those looking for soothing rejuvenation. For the adventurers, Tamil Nadu offers many thrilling adventures like trekking, camping, paragliding, zorbing, and rock climbing. Thus, there is something for everyone in Tamil Nadu.

What is the best time to visit Tamil Nadu?

Summers in Tamil Nadu can be unbearable due to the intense heat and high humidity, especially in the coastal areas. Tamil Nadu gets rainfall two times in a year-once from June to September and another from October to December. While monsoon makes the weather pleasant, waterlogging occurs at some places restricting movement. Winters are, thus, the best time to visit Tamil Nadu, since the weather is not biting cold and very pleasant.

How to reach Tamil Nadu?

Tamil Nadu is connected by flights from all the major cities of the country. Chennai, Madurai, Coimbatore, and Tiruchirapalli are some of the major cities in Tamil Nadu that receive frequent flights from all over the country. Chennai also receives international flights from all over the world. Tamil Nadu has a well-developed network of roads, and buses are also very frequent. The cheapest and most convenient way to reach Tamil Nadu is by railways. A good railway network connects Tamil Nadu to all the major cities of the country.

What are the festivals celebrated in Tamil Nadu?

Pongal is the most popular festival celebrated in Tamil Nadu. Thiruvaiyari Festival is another important festival that is celebrated with enthusiasm and zeal. Dance is respected among Tamilians with as much passion as their religious festivals. Natyanjali Festival is one such festival where dance is celebrated in the Nataraj Temple, in Chidambaram. Other than these, any other festival celebrated in other parts of the country like Diwali, Holi and Dusshera are celebrated in an equally passionate way.

What are some of the interesting facts about Tamil Nadu?

These are some of the facts about Tamil Nadu, which will surely interest you to visit here:-

·        Higgin Bothams, the first and oldest bookshop in India is found in Chennai.

·        Tamil is the second oldest living language in the World, after Latin. Tamil, like Latin, is not a dead language, that is, it is still being spoken.

·        Did you know that the banking system was initiated by the Tamilians? Even the credit and debit system was initiated by the Tamilians.

·        Snooker was also first invented in the Ootacamund club in Ooty, over a century ago.

·        With over 410 species, Tamil Nadu has the maximum number of flowering plants in the country.

What is the cuisine of Tamil Nadu?

With the belief that serving food to another living being, be it humans or animals, is a service to God himself, Tamil People are very generous. Such generosity is also seen in their dishes, vegetarian or non-vegetarian, using a wide variety of spices. Meals in South India in general and Tamil Nadu in particular, are traditionally served on banana leaves. Some of the famous dishes are Dosas, Idlis, Upma, Sambar, Pongal, Rasam, and many more. Sweet Pongal, Payasam, and Kesari are the deserts found here. Another specialty of Tamil Nadu is the filter-coffee, with its preparation like a ritual in itself. Thus, Tamil Nadu not only rejuvenates your soul but also satisfies your taste buds.

What is the median Tamil Nadu accommodation package?

Comparatively less expensive in terms of lifestyle and livelihood, prices in Tamil Nadu are very moderate. You can find accommodation in Tamil Nadu for as low as INR500, at the hostels for tourists, and as high as INR25,000 for per night. Food is also very cheap in Tamil Nadu, with one meal prices ranging from INR200 to INR1000, depending on the luxury of the restaurant.

 



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3N Pondicherry
   Starting Point

Chennai

   Drop Point

Chennai

  • Pondicherry

    Tamil Nadu has a plethora of things to offer you, from lush forests rich in flora and fauna to large mountains, hill stations to scenic beaches, temples to forts, and palaces. Always in the mood for festivities, Tamil Nadu also has some remarkable architecture. The "Land of Temples" is not just famous for the temples, but also for its film stars and political leaders. Since it is the 11th largest state in India, Tamil Nadu has got many tourist spots, so you must plan your Tamil Nadu tour wisely, so as to not miss any spots. Many Tamil Nadu tour packages are available for you to choose from, but before choosing let us dive deeper and get to know more about Tamil Nadu tour places. 

HIGHLIGHTS
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  • Day 1 - Arrival at Chennai - Proceed to Pondicherry

    After Arrival at Chennai, proceed to Pondicherry. Check into your hotel and visit Bharathi Park, Botanical Garden, Manakula vinayagar Temple, Aurobindo Ashram. Overnight Stay @ Pondicherry.


  • Day 2 - Pondicherry Sightseeing

    After Breakfast, proceed to visit Pondicherry French war Memorial, The Ayi Mandapam, Arikkamedu, French Town, Sacred Heart Basilica, Pondicherry Museum, Promenade Beach, Rock Beach. Overnight Stay @ Pondicherry.

  • Day 3 - Pondicherry Sightseeing

    After breakfast, proceed to visit Auroville, Matri Mandir, Auro Beach, Serenity Beach, Chunnambar Lake and Paradise Beach. Overnight Stay @ Pondicherry.


  • Day 4 - Mahabalipuram - Chennai Drop

    After Breakfast checkout and proceed to Chennai. Enroute visiting Mahabalipuram Tiger cave, Shore temple, Arjuna’s Penance, Pancha Pandava Rathas, Krishna’s Butter Ball, Lighthouse and Beach. Later drive to Chennai Airport to board your Flight.

Inclusions
  • Breakfast will be served in all the Hotels.
  • Accommodation on with base category rooms in all the hotels.
  • A/C Cab  for all transfers and sightseeing exactly as per the itinerary.
  • Toll, Parking, driver’s Bata, road tax & fuel charges.
  • Pick up From Air-Port/ Railway Station
  • Drop at Air-Port/ Railway Station

Exclusions
  • Meals not mentioned above.
  • Entry Fees To Monuments And Palaces.
  • Anything Not Mentioned In The Inclusions.
  • Tickets, tips, guided and Entrance Fees/ Charges.
  • Porterage At Hotels And Airports, Tips, Insurance, Laundry, Liquors, Wine, Etc
  • Any Increase In Taxes Or Fuel Leading To An Increase In Surface Transport.
  • Ayurveda Charges.
  • Any Cost Arising Due To Natural Calamities Like Landslides, Roadblocks, Etc. 
  • All items of personal nature.

What can you do in Tamil Nadu?

History is illustrated in Tamil Nadu's temples in the same way Rajasthan's is depicted in its forts and palaces. Temple-hopping in Tamil Nadu carries the same significance as the temple-hopping in Kolkata, West Bengal during Durga Puja. Safaris in wildlife sanctuaries, an evening walk by the marina beach, and soaking in the aromatic coffee plantations, are some of the activities for those looking for soothing rejuvenation. For the adventurers, Tamil Nadu offers many thrilling adventures like trekking, camping, paragliding, zorbing, and rock climbing. Thus, there is something for everyone in Tamil Nadu.

What is the best time to visit Tamil Nadu?

Summers in Tamil Nadu can be unbearable due to the intense heat and high humidity, especially in the coastal areas. Tamil Nadu gets rainfall two times in a year-once from June to September and another from October to December. While monsoon makes the weather pleasant, waterlogging occurs at some places restricting movement. Winters are, thus, the best time to visit Tamil Nadu, since the weather is not biting cold and very pleasant.

How to reach Tamil Nadu?

Tamil Nadu is connected by flights from all the major cities of the country. Chennai, Madurai, Coimbatore, and Tiruchirapalli are some of the major cities in Tamil Nadu that receive frequent flights from all over the country. Chennai also receives international flights from all over the world. Tamil Nadu has a well-developed network of roads, and buses are also very frequent. The cheapest and most convenient way to reach Tamil Nadu is by railways. A good railway network connects Tamil Nadu to all the major cities of the country.

What are the festivals celebrated in Tamil Nadu?

Pongal is the most popular festival celebrated in Tamil Nadu. Thiruvaiyari Festival is another important festival that is celebrated with enthusiasm and zeal. Dance is respected among Tamilians with as much passion as their religious festivals. Natyanjali Festival is one such festival where dance is celebrated in the Nataraj Temple, in Chidambaram. Other than these, any other festival celebrated in other parts of the country like Diwali, Holi and Dusshera are celebrated in an equally passionate way.

What are some of the interesting facts about Tamil Nadu?

These are some of the facts about Tamil Nadu, which will surely interest you to visit here:-

·        Higgin Bothams, the first and oldest bookshop in India is found in Chennai.

·        Tamil is the second oldest living language in the World, after Latin. Tamil, like Latin, is not a dead language, that is, it is still being spoken.

·        Did you know that the banking system was initiated by the Tamilians? Even the credit and debit system was initiated by the Tamilians.

·        Snooker was also first invented in the Ootacamund club in Ooty, over a century ago.

·        With over 410 species, Tamil Nadu has the maximum number of flowering plants in the country.

What is the cuisine of Tamil Nadu?

With the belief that serving food to another living being, be it humans or animals, is a service to God himself, Tamil People are very generous. Such generosity is also seen in their dishes, vegetarian or non-vegetarian, using a wide variety of spices. Meals in South India in general and Tamil Nadu in particular, are traditionally served on banana leaves. Some of the famous dishes are Dosas, Idlis, Upma, Sambar, Pongal, Rasam, and many more. Sweet Pongal, Payasam, and Kesari are the deserts found here. Another specialty of Tamil Nadu is the filter-coffee, with its preparation like a ritual in itself. Thus, Tamil Nadu not only rejuvenates your soul but also satisfies your taste buds.

What is the median Tamil Nadu accommodation package?

Comparatively less expensive in terms of lifestyle and livelihood, prices in Tamil Nadu are very moderate. You can find accommodation in Tamil Nadu for as low as INR500, at the hostels for tourists, and as high as INR25,000 for per night. Food is also very cheap in Tamil Nadu, with one meal prices ranging from INR200 to INR1000, depending on the luxury of the restaurant.

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