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Madurai Rameshwaram Kanyakumari, Kovalam, Thekkady Tour Package from mumbai/Delhi/Kolkata/Chennai

 

Package overview: This tour is a combo of Madurai, Rameshwaram,Kanyakumari, Kovalam, and Thekkady, the south Indian destinations, which are rich in culture and heritage. You can enjoy getting an exposure by connecting the three places. These pilgrimages have their own significance and mythology associated. You get a peaceful tour at a reasonable price. The tour starts from various places from India, and you can reach Madurai from Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi and Chennai.

 

Cost of tour package: The 6 days and 5 nights tour package can be got for 9800 INR per adult on the twin sharing basis. This is a standard package, where you get accommodation in a standard room. The cost includes complimentary breakfast at the hotel, and the cab with English speaking driver. The expenses for shopping or the expenses of any personal nature are not included in the package. Also, the airfare from Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi, and Kolkata to Madurai, and the vice-versa are not included in the package.You may manage to book the ticket from Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai to Madurai all by yourself, or let us book the tickets for you. The charges are all additional and not included in the package. If you want us to book the ticket for you, the charges per person will be as below:

Onward journey

Airfare

Backward journey

Fare

Total airfare

Delhi to Madurai

Rs. 15,500

Madurai to Delhi

Rs. 15,500

Rs. 31,000

Kolkata to Madurai

Rs. 18,900

Madurai to Kolkata

Rs. 18,900

Rs. 37,800

Chennai to Madurai

Rs. 6,200

Madurai to Chennai

Rs. 6,200

Rs. 12,400

Mumbai to Madurai

Rs. 12,200

Madurai to Mumbai

Rs. 12,200

Rs. 24,400

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Why should you choose this package?

Love to spend a few days thinking about spirituality, and want to visit temples that are exotic? Want to know the history of different lands of India? Then we welcome you to the state of Tamilnadu, India, and we offer tour package which includes Madurai, Rameshwaram and Kanyakumari. If you love to explore the religious places, get yourself connected with divinity, then this tour package is for you. Known for the striking history and the ancient culture, Madurai is one of the most popular spiritual destinations across the world. Rameshwaram is as ancient as Ramayana, and this is also a Jyotirlinga destination, and Kanyakumari too has a splendid mythology woven around itself and is placed in the southernmost tip of the country of India. Throughout the package, you get Indian and Jain foods.

 

Package Inclusions:

  • You get accommodated in the standard hotels
  • Everyday breakfast is provided by the hotel
  • Transfer from the airport and railway station of Madurai and the drop to the points are available
  • AC medium car is provided for transportation
  • Jeep ride to Dhanushkodi and back to Rameshwaram
  • All taxes are applicable.
  • All assistance provided on arrival and departure.

Package Exclusions:

  • Travel and medical insurance, and surcharges are not included.
  • Any expenses of personal nature are not covered under the cost
  • Any tips or porterage paid to the guides or the hotel employees do not get included in the package.

 

Attractions and Events Covered in the Tour package:

  1. Madurai : Meenakshi Temple, Ayirankal mandapam, Samanar hills, Mariamman Theppakulam temple tank, Koodal Azhagar temple, Thiruparankundram murugan temple, pazhamudir solai, Gandhi museum
  2. Rameshwaram: Ramanathaswamy temple, Gandhamathana parvatham, Dhanushkodi, Rama Sethu or the Adam’s bridge, Pamban Railway Bridge.
  3. Kanayakuamri: Kuamri Sahakthi peeth, Vivekananda rock memorial, Gandhi memorial, Our Lady of Ransom church, Padmanabhapuram palace, Sunrise and Sunset point.
  4. Kovalam :The Lighthouse, Karamana River and Boating, Vellayani Lake, Valiyathura Pier, Edakallu, Kovalam Art Gallery, Thiruvallam Parashurama Temple, Vizhinjam Rock Cut Cave Temple, and Aruvikara Dam.
  5. Thekkady: Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Periyar Lake, Kumily, Murikkady, Pandikuzhi, Mangala Devi Temple, Vandanmeddu, Kadathanadan Kalari Center, Pullumedu,  and Chellarkovil.

 

 Destinations in this package:

Madurai: Madurai is the third largest city in Tamil Nadu, and is a place where the heritage enthusiasts flock. This is one of the cities, which has been populated continuously over the centuries, and called Athens of East, because myth and life meets this city. It is originally named as Madhurapuram because the drops of honey fell here from the locks of Lord Shiva. While Meenakshi Amman temple is the chief attraction, you can also enjoy a lot more here. Regarded as the city never sleeps, the city meets the title exactly, as it is busy throughout the day. Even if you want wander the streets during the nights, you can still find the hot idlis available in the streets of Madurai. You can find October to March the best time to visit Madurai, and it is better to stay away during the hot summer months. Again July to August is not advisable to visit Madurai as the city gets heavy rainfall during this season.

 

Rameshwaram: As per Hindu mythology, the religious activities and the pilgrimage are not complete without a visit to Rameshwaram temple and a ritual bath in Dhanushkodi, at least once in a life time. The city has 64 water bodies, called the theerthas. Taking bath in these waters is equivalent to a penance. You can visit the place between October and April. Reaching Dhanushkodi from Rameshwaram is easy and faster. However, this mystic island is not recommended to stay overnight. Performing the last rituals for the ancestors is considered very special over here, and this is where you can find the Rama’s Sethu or the bridge of Rama.

 

Kanyakumari: This city has been into existence for over thousands of years, and it is the reason why this city has great mixture of heritage, tradition and history, and is regarded one of the exotic tourist locations in India. This city serves as the hub of civilizations and rich in arts, economy and culture. This city has a mixture of all religions, Hinduism, Christianity and Islam. The arts and spiritual centers of all these religions can help you explore them. The city is also famous for the spectacular sunrise and sunset.

 

Kovalam: Fascinating thousands of tourists from across the globe, Kovalam is a beautiful beach city on the shore of the Arabian Sea. Housing there highly popular crescent beaches, it offers several water-sports activities and other leisure indulgences. Creating of confluence of the historical prosperity and the modern developments, it is one of the must see places in the Southern India. Embellished with abundant natural beauty and the modern hospitality amenities and facilities, it is a thriving place for tourism fascinating both the domestic as well as the foreign tourists.

 

Thekkady: The highly captivating and thrilling hilly terrain of Thekkady is appareled with beautiful gifts of nature and the spice plantations. The entire terrain is full of breathtaking natural scenery, and at the same time, the fragrance or aroma of the spices feels rejuvenating to the locals and the tourists alike. Housing several flora and fauna, Thekkady is a peaceful little hilly town that is full of attractions for tourists. It is visited by thousands of tourists every year and the visitors carry the unforgettable memories of Thekkday in their mind and heart as well as in their eyes and cameras.

 

Attractions Covered

Madurai:

  • Meenakshi Temple: this is one of the famous temples of South India which is constructed over 6 hectares of land. God Shiva and Goddess Parvati are the presiding deities, and they attract more than thousand tourists per day. The temple tower has a detailed inscription of the Gods, the history and other mythological figures.

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  • Ayirnakal Mandapam: this is a hall with 985 pillars, and hence known has Aayiram Kal, Aayiram meaning 1000, Kal meaning pillar. This is the Temple art museum, which is the home of exotic collection of images, photos which depict the history of thousands of years of Madurai.

  • Samanar Hills: The caves built around 1 AD are located 10 KM from Meenakshi Amman temple, contain the Jain carvings and sculptures. Located on the hill top, this is the place where you get the magnificent view of Madurai. The natural fountain of Pechchi Pallam lets you enjoy time in solitude.

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  • Koodal Azhagar Temple: this is another ancient temple located close to the city and is dedicated to Lord Vishnu

  • Thiruparankundram Murugan Temple: one of the six abodes of Lord Muruga, this is the place where Lord Muruga married Devasena. The classic literatures call this place South Himalaya, and there is also an Islamic shrine located here.

  • Pazhamudhir Solai: this is yet another abode of Lord Muruga, and located on the hill top. The marble and the wood sculptures are unique.

  • Gandhi museum: If you want to discover about Mahatma Gandhi, then this is the place for you.

Rameshwaram:

  • Ramanatha temple was built during the 12th century by the Pandya dynasty. It has the longest corridor of all the Hindu temples. There are 22 wells in this temple, which are believed to have medicinal properties. The outer corridor has 1212 pillars, and of 30 feet high.

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  • This temple is also one of the char Dams, which are the holiest of the temples, and is important to visit for any Hindu. Jyotirlinga is the supreme partless entity, and this is where Lord Shiva partly appears. There are 12 Jyotirlinga temples across India and one of them is Ramanatha Swamy temple.

  • Ganthamadha Parvatham: This is located on the hillock on island 66, where feet of Lord Rama is found.

  • Dhanushkodi: Kothanda Rama temple of Dhanushkodi stood intact even though the entire island was destroyed in the year of 1964. Lord Rama is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, and he was fighting again the demon Ravana, and Dhansuhkodi is the place where Vibhishna a brother of Ravana surrendered to Lord Rama and joined hands with the divine power. This is the place where the Ramar Sethu starts.

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  • Rama’sBridge aka Ramar Sethu: This was the connection between India and SriLanka. According to the legend, Lord Rama to reach Sri Lanka had built the bridge using stones, and which float because of the divine intervention. It was above sea level until the cyclone broke it off in 1480 AD.

  • Pamban Bridge: This is the bridge that connects Pamban mainland to India, and this is a road bridge and a cantilever railway bridge.

Kanyakumari:

  • Kumari Amman Shakthi peeth: the shrine of the virgin goddess Parvati is the major tourist attraction. It is said that the diamond nose ring of the goddess can be seen even from the sea.

  • Vivekananda rock memorial: The Sri padhaparai, which is said to have the foot prints of Goddess Kanaya Kumari and this, is where Saint Vivekananda mediated for 3 days, and here is a meditation hall available for the tourists.

  • Our Lady of Ransom Church: this church dedicated to Mother Mary is a beautiful church, and she is clad in a saree. The exteriors are elegant and stunning, while the interior is simple.

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  • Padmanabhapuram Palace: this lies between the border of Tamil Nadu and Kerala, and maintained by the government of Kerala.

  • Sunrise and Sunset Point: this is the point where you can enjoy the sunrise and sunset.

Kovalam

  • The Lighthouse:  Situated on a hillock named Kurumkal, it is a 35 meter high structure. Painted in red and white, it can be saliently seen from a very far distance. The place offers a picturesque view of the surroundings, and also the roads near the lighthouse are ideal for cycling and walking.

  • Karamana River & Boating: Rendering a breathtaking view of the greenery and backwater, the Karamana River bank is about 12 KMS far from Kovalam. The enthusiasts can enjoy kayaking, canoe rides, and cruises etc.

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  • Vellayani Lake:  It is located at a distance of about 7 KM from Kovalam. It is an enchanting freshwater lake with several water-sports facility. It is famous for boat race during Onam festival.

  • Valiyathura Pier: At a distance of about ten kilometers from Kovalam, this is a big port as it literally means. It offers a spectacular view of the setting sun.

  • Edakkalu: It is a highly popular point to view the breathtaking sunset. The red and orange sun setting presents a captivating view here.

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  • Kovalam Art Gallery: Displaying several paintings, artifacts, and art works; this art gallery is well known for the paintings that represent the Sanskrit culture of Southern India. This is very much popular for both the domestic as well as the foreign tourists.

  • Thiruvallam Parashurama Temple:  It is considered to be one of the major and ancient Hindu shrines. It is located at the bank of the river Karamana, and is about 2000 years old.

  • Vizhinjam Rock Cut Cave Temple: Dedicated to Vinandhara Dakshinamurthi, the temple houses the rock cut sculptures of 18th century.

  • Aruvikkara Dam: It is a beautiful dam on the river Karamana. It is a popular picnic spot. The Fish Tank and the Durga Temple are known as the hot tourist attractions here.

Thekkady

  • Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary:  Also known as the Tiger Reserve, it is a highly captivating sanctuary. Spread across 777 sq. km, it lies around a man-made lake. Several endangered species such as the Nilgiri langur, elephant, deer, gaur, lion-tailed macaque, bear, and Indian bison etc can be seen here.

  • Periyar Lake: Located near the Periyar national reserve, it is well known for its captivating view and the boating facilities. The elephant herds can be seen bathing in the lake here.

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  • Kumily: Appareled with tea and spice plantations, this is a small and pleasant town in cardamom hills. Along with the rural lifestyle, the native cuisines of Kerala are also a major attraction here.

  • Murikkady: The misty mountains and the lush greenery with an arresting scenic beauty are highly fascinating. What adds to its charm is the scenic beauty of the spice plantation.

  • Pandikuzhi: It is another small town that is embellished with wild streams and the green vegetation. It is a popular trekking spot.

  • Mangala Devi Temple: It is an ancient temple, and is considered to be about 2000 years old. It is dedicated to to Mangala Devi and is designed in the Pandian style architecture.

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  • Vananmedu: It is a well known center for auctioning cardamom spice. The entire town is appareled with cardamom plantations, and the aroma of cardamom can be felt everywhere in the air here.

  • Kathanandan Kalari Center: It is a well known center for Martial Arts, Kalaripayattu. The visitors can see the Kalari performance from a gallery specially designed for the purpose.

  • Pullumedu:  Pullumedu means ‘green meadows’, and this small town highly appreciated for the scenic green canopy. Highly popular for picnic and relaxing, it is located on the banks of the Periyar River.

  • Chellarkovil: It is a paradise for the nature lovers. The panoramic valleys, charming waterfalls, and the captivating natural scenery spontaneously spellbind the tourists.

 

Package Itinerary: 6 Days 5 Nights

Day 1: Our tour begins when you reach Madurai. You arrive at the airport or the railway station, and then transferred to the hotel. You can have the breakfast here. Then start the tour with the visit to the Meenakshi Sundareswarar temple,   art museum, Raya Gopuram and return back to the hotel after the sightseeing.

 

Day 2: Take your breakfast, and check out of the hotel to start to Rameshwaram. It takes 3 hours to cover the distance of 170 KM. You can start with sightseeing with the visit to the Ramanatha swamy temple, Dhanushkodi Agnitheertham, Gandhamatha Parvatham and enjoy the day. You can stay here over the night in the hotel.

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Day 3: Rameshwaram to Kanyakuamri: You will start to the beaches of Kanyakumari where the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean, meet with the Bay of Bengal. Then check in the hotel in Kanyakumari, and visit the Vivekananda Memorial Rock, Gandhi museum and the temple of Kumari Amman. Then get back to the hotel to enjoy the comfortable sleep.

 

Day 4: Kanyakumari to Kovalam: After breakfast in the morning, you will set out towards Kovalam, ‘the Paradise of the South’. The distance between Kanyakumari and Kovalam is about 100 KMS and it would take about 2 and half hour. On arrival to Kovalam, you will have rest and visit the tourists- attractions in the afternoon. You will stay the night in Kovalam, enjoying the Kovalam beach activities in the evening.

 

Day 5: Kovalam to Thekkady: After breakfast in the morning, you will drive to Thekkady. You will have to cover a distance of about 222 KMS which would take about 3 and half hour. On arrival to Thekkady, you will check in to the hotel and have rest for some time. You will then visit the attractions in Thekkady. You have the whole free evening and enjoy as per your desire. Night stay in Thekkday.

 

Day 6: Thekkady to Madurai: Drive to Madurai after breakfast in the morning. It would take about 2 hours and 45 minutes to cover the distance of about 138.3 KMS between Thekkady and Madurai. On reaching Madurai, the tour will end and you will be dropped at the Madurai Airport to take the flight homeward.

 

 

Hotels in Madurai, Rameswaram, Kanyakumari, Kovalam, and Thekkady

Hotels in Madurai

  • The Gateway Hotel Pasumalai Madurai: It is a 4 star hotel and ranks 1 out of 50 hotels in Madurai.
  • Heritage Madurai: It is a 4 star hotel that ranks 2 out of 50 hotels in Madurai.
  • Hotel Sangam: It is a 4 star hotel ranking 9 out of 50 hotels in Madurai.
  • Fortune Pandian Hotel: It’s a 3 star hotel ranking 10 out of 50 hotels in Madurai.
  • Hotel Kaveri Mahal: It is a 4 star hotel that ranks 11 out of 50 hotels in Madurai.

Hotels in Rameswaram

  • Hotel Royal Park: It is a 3 star hotel which ranks 7th out of 18 hotels in Rameswaram.
  • Hotel Pearl Residency: It is a 4 star hotel ranking 2nd out of 18 hotels in Rameswaram.
  • Jiwan Residency: It is a 4 star hotel that ranks 1st out of 18 hotels in Rameswaram.
  • Daiwik Hotel: Out of 18 hotels in Rameswaram, it ranks 4th. It is a 4 star hotel.
  • Hotel Sunrise View: It is a 3 star hotel and ranks 14th out of 18 hotels in Rameswaram.

Hotels in Kanyakumari

  • Sparsha Resort: It is a four star resort that ranks 1st out of 24 hotels in Kanyakumari.
  • Hotel Seaview: Ranking 4th out of 24 hotels in Kanyakumari, it is a 4 star hotel.
  • Hotel Madhini: It ranks 6th out of 24 hotels in Kanyakumari. It is a 3 star hotel.
  • TTDC Hotel Tamil Nadu: It is a 4 star hotel and ranks 3rd out of 24 hotels in Kanyakumari.
  • The Gopinivas Grand Kanyakumari: It is a 4 star hotel ranking 2nd out of 24 hotels in Kanyakumari.

Hotels in Kovalam

  • The Leela Kovalam Beach: It is a 4 star hotel ranking 8th out of 49 hotels in Kovalam.
  • Vivanta By Taj: A 4 star hotel that ranks 4th out of 49 hotels in Kovalam.
  • Uday Samudra Leisure Beach Hotel & Spa: It is a 4 star hotel ranking 13th out of 49 hotels in Kovalam.
  • Turtle on the Beach:  A 4 star hotel ranking 9th out of 49 hotels in Kovalam.
  • Niraamaya Retreats: It is a 4 star hotel that ranks 3rd out of 49 hotels in Kovalam.
  • Sagara Beach Resort: A 3 star hotel ranking 17th out of 49 hotels in Kovalam.

Hotels in Thekkady

  • Greenwoods Resort: A 4 star resort ranking 2nd out of 34 hotels in Thekkady.
  • The Elephant Court Thekkady: It is a 4 star hotel that ranks 12th out of 34 hotels in Thekkady.
  • Hotel Tigers Roare: A 3 star hotel ranking 13th out of 34 hotels in Thekkady.
  • Niraamaya Retreats Cardamom Club Thekkady: A 4 and half star hotel that rankis 1st out of 34 hotels in Thekkady.
  • Hotel Sandra Palace: It is a 3 star hotel and ranks 28th out of 34 hotels in Thekkady.
  • Hotel Holiday Vista: A 4 star hotel ranking 17th out of 34 hotels in Thekkady.

 

Restaurants in Madurai, Rameswaram, Kanyakumari, Kovalam, and Thekkady

Restaurants in Madurai

  • Phil’s Bistro: It is an authentic Italian food place, and it ranks 1 out of 171 restaurants in Madurai.
  • Kumar Mess: Famous restaurant for non-vegetarian food.
  • Hotel Sri Saravana Bhavan: Vegetarian Food.
  • Surya Veg Restaurant: Famous for vegetarian Food items
  • Sree Mohan Bhojanalaya: Rajasthani Dishes.
  • Hari’s Restaurant: Popular for vegetarian and non-vegetarian food items.
  • Modern Restaurant: Best known for South Indian food items.

Restaurants in Rameswaram

  • Shabari Restaurant: South Indian Dishes.
  • Hotel Tamil Nadu-Pure Veg Multi Cuisine Restaurant.
  • Siva Shakti Bhojanalaya: South Indian food.
  • Ahaan- The Restaurant: Indian Cuisines.
  • Gujarat Bhavan: Indian Cuisine, Gujarati Dishes.

Restaurants in Kanyakumari

  • The Ocean Restaurant- The Seashore Hotel: Famous for Seafood.
  • Oasis Family Restaurant: Indian Cuisines.
  • Hotel Triveni Vegetarian: South Indian Cuisines.
  • Hotel Saravana: Vegetarian Food.
  • Auroma Restaurant: Seafood.

Restaurants in Kovalam

  • 3rd Rock: Famous for Indian Cuisines and Seafood.
  • Bait: Seafood.
  • Jothi Vilas: Indian Cuisine, Gujarati Food, Fast Food, Dessert, Vegetarian.
  • Sanjeevini Restaurant: Indian Cuisine.
  • Varsha Restaurant: Vegetarian Food.
  • Kingfisher: Seafood.
  • Beatles Restaurant: International Cuisines.

Restaurants in Thekkady

  • Spice Garden Restaurant: Chinese, Indian, and Continental Cuisines.
  • Bar-B-Que: Indian Cuisines.
  • Our Place: British and Central European Cuisines.
  • Thekkady Café: Indian Cuisines.
  • French Restaurant and Bakery: French Cuisine, Bakery.
  • Ambadi: Italian, Chinese, Indian, and Continental.
  • Coffee Garden: Indian Cuisines.

 

Hotels Available in the package:

 

Terms and conditions:

  • The rates offered by our package are for an individual and for the citizens of India.
  •  The prices provided by us are determined by calculating the lowest possible airfare, and the taxes that are currently levied. The charges may vary based on the changes in the taxes and the fares.
  • When the hotel tariff, taxes, ROE, government taxes, entrance fees and the transportation charges, change the rates mentioned while booking tend to change to suit the changes in the charges.
  • The rates determined are based on the current ROE, and this will be applicable at the time of confirmation in the hotels, and also subject to the availability when the reservation is made.
  • When the mentioned hotels cannot provide accommodation, because of the lack of availability, accommodation in a hotel of the same category is provided as an alternative.
  • The package tour rates are not applicable in case of any fairs, events and exhibitions in the local areas. The additional surcharge has to be borne by the traveller.
  • The company policy is how the cancellation of the tickets work
  • When you are an international tourist, ensure that you have your Visa for formalities done. We can help you with the formalities, but the charges are levied separately. Check with use for any tourist program for the foreigners.
  • For foreigners, the entrance charges are higher, and hence the package cost can vary. Also the chances of including foreigners in the tour can vary based on the terms and conditions of the tourist operator.
  • The decision of the operator is final for accepting any foreign tourists to be included. Only the possession of a valid passport and visa can let you enjoy the tour even if the tickets are booked already.
  • All the charges including that of the hotels, taxes, entry fares tend to vary and it is the responsibility of the tourists to meet the charges that vary.

 



Package Inclusions:

  • You get accommodated in the standard hotels
  • Everyday breakfast is provided by the hotel
  • Transfer from the airport and railway station of Madurai and the drop to the points are available
  • AC medium car is provided for transportation
  • Jeep ride to Dhanushkodi and back to Rameshwaram
  • All taxes are applicable.
  • All assistance provided on arrival and departure.

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Package Exclusions:

  • Travel and medical insurance, and surcharges are not included.
  • Any expenses of personal nature are not covered under the cost
  • Any tips or porterage paid to the guides or the hotel employees do not get included in the package.



Package Inclusions:

  • You get accommodated in the standard hotels
  • Everyday breakfast is provided by the hotel
  • Transfer from the airport and railway station of Madurai and the drop to the points are available
  • AC medium car is provided for transportation
  • Jeep ride to Dhanushkodi and back to Rameshwaram
  • All taxes are applicable.
  • All assistance provided on arrival and departure.

?

Package Exclusions:

  • Travel and medical insurance, and surcharges are not included.
  • Any expenses of personal nature are not covered under the cost
  • Any tips or porterage paid to the guides or the hotel employees do not get included in the package.

Package Itinerary: 6 Days 5 Nights

Day 1: Our tour begins when you reach Madurai. You arrive at the airport or the railway station, and then transferred to the hotel. You can have the breakfast here. Then start the tour with the visit to the Meenakshi Sundareswarar temple,   art museum, Raya Gopuram and return back to the hotel after the sightseeing.

 

Day 2: Take your breakfast, and check out of the hotel to start to Rameshwaram. It takes 3 hours to cover the distance of 170 KM. You can start with sightseeing with the visit to the Ramanatha swamy temple, Dhanushkodi Agnitheertham, Gandhamatha Parvatham and enjoy the day. You can stay here over the night in the hotel.

 

Day 3: Rameshwaram to Kanyakuamri: You will start to the beaches of Kanyakumari where the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean, meet with the Bay of Bengal. Then check in the hotel in Kanyakumari, and visit the Vivekananda Memorial Rock, Gandhi museum and the temple of Kumari Amman. Then get back to the hotel to enjoy the comfortable sleep.

 

Day 4: Kanyakumari to Kovalam: After breakfast in the morning, you will set out towards Kovalam, ‘the Paradise of the South’. The distance between Kanyakumari and Kovalam is about 100 KMS and it would take about 2 and half hour. On arrival to Kovalam, you will have rest and visit the tourists- attractions in the afternoon. You will stay the night in Kovalam, enjoying the Kovalam beach activities in the evening.

 

Day 5: Kovalam to Thekkady: After breakfast in the morning, you will drive to Thekkady. You will have to cover a distance of about 222 KMS which would take about 3 and half hour. On arrival to Thekkady, you will check in to the hotel and have rest for some time. You will then visit the attractions in Thekkady. You have the whole free evening and enjoy as per your desire. Night stay in Thekkday.

 

Day 6: Thekkady to Madurai: Drive to Madurai after breakfast in the morning. It would take about 2 hours and 45 minutes to cover the distance of about 138.3 KMS between Thekkady and Madurai. On reaching Madurai, the tour will end and you will be dropped at the Madurai Airport to take the flight homeward.

Cost of tour package: The 6 days and 5 nights tour package can be got for 9800 INR per adult on the twin sharing basis. This is a standard package, where you get accommodation in a standard room. The cost includes complimentary breakfast at the hotel, and the cab with English speaking driver. The expenses for shopping or the expenses of any personal nature are not included in the package. Also, the airfare from Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi, and Kolkata to Madurai, and the vice-versa are not included in the package.You may manage to book the ticket from Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai to Madurai all by yourself, or let us book the tickets for you. The charges are all additional and not included in the package. If you want us to book the ticket for you, the charges per person will be as below:

Onward journey

Airfare

Backward journey

Fare

Total airfare

Delhi to Madurai

Rs. 15,500

Madurai to Delhi

Rs. 15,500

Rs. 31,000

Kolkata to Madurai

Rs. 18,900

Madurai to Kolkata

Rs. 18,900

Rs. 37,800

Chennai to Madurai

Rs. 6,200

Madurai to Chennai

Rs. 6,200

Rs. 12,400

Mumbai to Madurai

Rs. 12,200

Madurai to Mumbai

Rs. 12,200

Rs. 24,400

 

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