Tamil Nadu + Kerala – A trip to Salvation
Welcome to the world of amazing dynasties, temples and monuments. With history dating back to thousand years, this place has loads to offer. Come and touch the exotic places that are unexplored and stay amazed. Truly this place has excitement in abundance.
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Vacation Style Holiday Type
Activity Level Unlimited Fun
Group Size Medium Group
From its famous backwater cruise to camping in coorg, from exploring vast tea plantations in Munnar to mesmerizing sunset at chinese fishing nets, Kerala is a land of wonder.
The exotic kovalam beach shall make you fall in love with it, dive in the majestic lush green grasslands and feel the breeze of freshness in the exotic land handcrafted by the Gods themselves.
Moving on to Tamil Nadu, the land of gods, which offers its culturally rich heritage spawning thousands of years in temples such as Meenakshi Amman Temple, Madurai to Sunrise in Kanyakumari. From digging into Ambur Dum Biryani to feeling the exotic silk of Kanchipuram, the state of Tamil Nadu is rich in culture, arts and festivities.
We shall make you explore the best of the state and shall make you fall in love with this tour to offer. Right from day one till the last day of the tour, we shall keep you engaged in the best of the adventure and excitement, rejuvenation and satisfaction.
We at Nomads Indian know how to steer the wheel to keep that smile intact on your face. Come fall in love with the amazing feast of countless memories.
- We shall serve you with breakfast and Dinner
- All activities mentioned in the itinerary
- All conveyances from start point to culminating point of the tour
- Rooms on twin sharing
- Souvenirs gifted by Indian Nomads
- Basic yoga lessons,
- Mineral water
- All taxes
- Tips & personal expenses
- Candid photo book
- Virtual memory of tour
Arrival at Chennai , Visit To Dakshin Chitra , Elephant Ride , Theatre & Art Performance , Leisure time
Dakshin Chitra - Museumof art, architecture, lifestyles, crafts and performing arts of South India established with the idea to exhibit, promote and preserve culture of various states and the history of the States.
Leave For Mahabalipuram , Visit Krishna Butter Ball , Visiting the Group of Monuments in Mahabalipuram , Visit The Stone Cave & Rathas , Night Stay at Blue Bay Beach Mahabalipuram
Krishnas Butter Ball - Mysterious 250 ton boulder, defying gravity from the past 1,300 years, yet its is firm and stable. The rock stands firmly without any signs of distress or movement and even the people are busy capturing it. Despite so much of moment, the rock never fails to impress. Dont believe us, Visit Krishnas Butter Ball. Mahabalipuram - Situated just 60 kms from Chennai on the Coast of Bay of Bengal in the State of Tamil Nadu. Place to enjoy Pongal and Mahabalipuram Dance Festival, the richness of the festivals shall keep you engaged in its captivating excitment. The Varaha Cave and the Mahishamardini Cave are unique places to visit. Group of Monuments at Mahabalipuram - Home to one of the finest monuments depicting history of the its times. notable cave temples here are the Varaha mandapa, Mahisamardini mandapa, Paramesvara Mahavaraha Vishnugriha (Adivaraha cave) are made in Mamalla Style. Further Adiranchanda caves temples belong to the Mahendra period. Various Rock Figures are also great tourist attractions. Ratha Temples - Also Known as Pancha Ratha (Five Chariots of Rathaas). The rathas were carved out in the 7th Century depicting beautiful carvings and scriptures with every symbol depciting a meaning with rich history. They are made up of timber, pilasters, beams, brackets.
Leave For Pondicherry , Check in ar Auro Beach Resort ,auroville Meditation Centre , City walk at night ,
auroville meditation centre - Dedicated to heal the world with its wellness programmes and holistic approach of teaching, the Auroville Meditation Centre, is a treat for the people interested in Meditaiton. There air is to bring you to peace and spread happiness within you.Vadakkunnathan Temple - Recommended by Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) to be included in the UNESCO Heritage List, this place entails the beauty of architechure style of Kerela with its interiors beautifully decorated with murals showcasing episodes from Mahabharta. Ruled by Lord Shiva and also houses a museum of ancient wall paintings, woord carvings and art. Coorg - Hill station of Karnataka, coorg offers more than one could imagine. From Camping in the lap of nature, surrounded by calm forests, to trekking, rifle shooting, campfire, quad biking and many other adventure sports. Adorned by natural scenery view, the evening at coorg is as exiciting as it gets dark. One can also visit Coffee Plantations and feel the fresh essence of coffee.
City Heritage Walk / Cycle , Visiting Frech Colony / Local Village , Meeting Locals , Leave For Tanjor in the Evening
Tanjore - Famous as Rice Bowl of Tamil Nadu and for Brahadeeswarar Temple. The city boast strong history consisting of Cholas, Nayaks and the Mahrattas. The city is still holding the rich cultural heritage of the past. Must visit include Royal Palace, Tanjore Hi, Thyagaraja Aradhana and lot more.
Visiting Great Living Tanjora Temple , Visit Bridheshwara Temple , Folk Dance & Musical Performance ,
Great Living Chola Temple - Built by the kings of Chola Empire, the great living chola temple defines the lifes of the kings and the cultural history of its time. Boasting Dravidian Style of architecture, the walls and the scriptures take you back to the time. Also the temple served as Aragam - a stage for music and drama. brihadeshwara temple - Known as Raja Rajeswara Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple boasts history of 1,000 years and is built on the river bank. The unique artform defines the beauty of the interiors of the walls and the architectural marvel is one of a kind. Be surprised to see its No shadow on the ground. The temple is full of surprises. Visit it to experience it.
Visiting Maratha Temple , Leave For Rameshwaram , Hotel Check in & Free time Explore / Rest
Maratha Palace - Locally known as Aranmanai, was originally constructed by the rulers of Thanjavur Nayak kingdom. The Palace complex forms Sadar Mahal Palace, the queen's courtyard and the Durbar Hall. The Maratha Palace is the official residence of Bhonsle Family who ruled over the Tanjore Region.
Visit Sri Ramanathaswamy Temple in traditional Dress , Visit Dhanushkodi , Visitng RamSetu
Dhanushkodi - A place still unexplored. On an Island lies the abandoned town of Danushkodi, with vast landmass and no one to take care of. This place holds a mystery that remains unsolved. With sea water at knee length and semi-built churches tha place gets exciting as you shall proceed. Beware, Curiosity is the essence of exploaration. Rama Setu - Also known as Adam's Bridge build of sand stones. Histroy defines clearly the purpose for which it was built, yet this bridge is one such place that holds mystery. Try to find out yourself, all you need a bagpack and the passion to travel.
Visting Kanyakumari , Visit to Vivekanand Rock Memorial , Witness The Sunset ,
Leave For Trivendarum
Day 1 : Radisson Blu , Chennai
EXPERIENCE COMFORT AND ELEGANCE WHILE IN CHENNAI
Day 2 : Night Stay At Blue Bay Beach Resort
Indulge , Enjoy , Pamper Yourself at Blue Bay Beach Resort
Day 3 : Auro Beach Resort
Day 4 : Tanjore Hi
Tanjore Hi is a Heritage Boutique Hotel presenting the perfect gateway to the historical region of Tamil Nadu. Located next to the historical Tanjore Palace we seamlessly infuse tradition with modernity to provide you with an immemorial experience.
Day 5 : Night Stay At Tanjore Hi
Day 6 : Check in at
Day 7 :
Day 8 : Ananya Resort
Offers resort-style accommodation for all those looking for a revitalizing escape from maddening city crowd and smog and a mesmerising view of the sea and the local attractions that surround the hotel
Radisson Blu, Chennai
Blue Bay Beach Resort
Yes. Visa is key to the doors of India. It must be obtained before arriving in India. However to travel in India, you dont need any Visa, if you are an Indian Citizen.Duis sed odio sit amet nibh vulputate cursus a sit amet mauris. Morbi accumsan ipsum velit. Nam nec tellus a odio tincidunt auctor a ornare odio.
It is adivsable to avoid tap water, as it could contain water pollutants as the tap water do not guarantee clean drinking water. So it would be best to purchase mineral water bottle and quinch your thirst.
Food available at the street vendors is decilious and depicts the local flavour and taste. Although the food is ninety percent safe, yet precaution should be taken care of while consuming street food.
It is strictly prohibited to drink alcohol in public and is punishable under the laws of India.
No, in the States of Gujarat, Kerala, Bihar, Nagaland and Manipur are the only state with blanket ban on alcohol. Apart from these states Alcohol of all kind, imported an home brewed is available at the wine shops, restaurants and hotels.
Yes. At most places you are allowed to take photos and make use of camera, however at certain temples it is not allowed to take camera inside and also take photographs for both commercial and personal use.