Touring to South Indian Temple brings prosperity and spirituality to oneself. The trip is 11 Days South India Tour for tourists convenient to the temples in Chennai, Tirupati, Kanchipuram, Mamallapuram, Tiruvannamalai, Pondicherry, and other cities in the Southern part of India.
The guests are greeted and escorted by a hotel representative at the Chennai International Airport to the hotel place. After all the hotel formalities for the visitors, tourists are given time for refreshments in their respective rooms. After the long-needed nap, visitors can visit the nearby Chennai markets and streets. The overstay is at the hotel itself.
Day 2:- Chennai-Tirupati-Chennai
The day starts with breakfast, and the guests are picked up in their choice of vehicles to Tirupati. The first stop is the Tirupati temple of Lord Venkateswara believed to be an incarnation of Lord Vishnu located in Tirumala Hill. With a distance of 5km from Tirupati Temple is Sri Padmavathi Devi Temple dedicated to an avatar of Goddess Laxmi, Goddess Padmavathi.
The next destination is at the bottom of Tirumala Hills is a temple with a beautiful waterfall at the edge giving a wonderful view dedicated to Lord Shiva, Kapila Theertham. The next stop is to the temple where Lord Venkateswara and Sri Padmavathi got married at the Sri Kalahasteeswara Temple and Sri Kalyana Venkateswara Swamy. Guests are dropped back for the overstay at the Chennai hotel.
Day 3:- Trip to Kanchipuram and Mamallapuram
Next stop to Mamallapuram or Mahabalipuram famous temple that is among one of the seven sacred cities of Hindus Kanchipuram. Once upon a time, the city was considered a milestone for learning Tamil.
Upon reaching Mamallapuram, visitors are given enough time to check in and freshen up at the hotel. Later on, the first spot is the Pallavas, an ancient port where one gets to see bas relief containing men-beasts, demigods, and many more. Later comes the stone-carved statue of gods and demi-gods at Shore Temple. The overnight stay is at the hotel in Mamallapuram.
Day 4:- Trip to Tiruvannamalai and Pondicherry
The day starts with a trip to the first South India Tour which is to Tiruvannamalai known as the city of red mountain. Next is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva at Arunachala Temple famous for its massive structure named Gopurams. The drive continues to Pondicherry, where the overnight stay is at a hotel in Pondicherry.
Day 5:- Pondicherry Excursion
Start the day by exploring Pondicherry’s famous spots after getting done with breakfast. A temple set in the year 1926 by Sri Aurobindo for yoga and science development built the Sri Aurobindo Ashram for people's health and knowledge. The next stop is the Museum of Pondicherry where one can see the exhibition collection from the Pallava and Chola dynasties of rare bronzes and stone sculptures.
After the museum, the tourist gets to visit one of the finest Catholic churches of Pondicherry which is the Church of the sacred heart of Jesus. The day's last trip to the temple is to the 300-year-old temple consisting of a golden spire that is solely dedicated to Lord Ganesh known as Manakula Vinayagar Koil Temple. The overnight stay is at the Pondicherry Hotel.
Day 6:-Pondicherry to Thanjavur
The Next stop in South India Temple Tour Package is Thanjavur, where on the way the tourists can visit Nataraja temple located in Chidambaram, an avatar of cosmic dancer Lord Shiva.
The drive continues to a hotel in Thanjavur where guests check into their respective rooms for an overnight stay.
Day 7:- Thanjavur to Tiruchirapalli
The journey continues to Tiruchirapalli after checking out from the hotel and finishing breakfast.
Tourists get to visit the largest South Indian Temple where one can largest Shiva-lingas present in India at the Brihadeeswara Temple solely devoted to Lord Shiva. The drive ends at the Hotel of Tiruchirapalli where the guest is check-in for an overnight stay. Though, the visitors are allowed to explore the nearby place in the evening for local sightseeing.
Day 8:- Tiruchirapalli to Madurai
The tour continues to explore Madurai after breakfast and checking out of the hotel. The first temple that comes on the way is the largest temple complex in India and also a major pilgrimage for Hindus which is Sri Ranganathasawamy Temple. For refreshments one can visit Rock Fort, later on, the drive is continued to Madurai for checking and overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 9:- Madurai Sightseeing
The trip starts with visiting the Madurai Temple constructed by Pandyan and Madurai Nayak after breakfast and checking out of the hotel. The evening ends with worshipping at the most sacred place of Goddess Parvati, Meenakshi Sundareswarar Temple, where one can even witness the praying. The overnight stay is at the hotel in Madurai itself.
Day 10:- Madurai to Kanyakumari
Start the day with breakfast and check out of the hotel, as the next stop is to the magnificent place of Kanyakumari. Tourists can visit the Kumari Amman Temple, Swami Vivekananda Memorial, and the Thiruvalluvar Statue, the day ends with an overnight stay at the hotel of Kanyakumari Hotel.
Day 11:- Departure
Tourists are taken to Trivandrum after breakfast and checking out of the hotel. Upon reaching, guests can visit the Napier Museum and Padmanabha Swamy Temple. The South Indian Temple Tour ends with dropping off the visitors at Trivandrum International Airport.