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Welcome to your Tamil Nadu holiday tour! After your arrival at Coimbatore airport, you will be greeted and transported to your hotel. Begin your journey with a visit to the renowned Marudhamalai Murugan Temple, nestled on a hill. The temple's location offers an enchanting and serene atmosphere, surrounded by fresh, invigorating air. You'll have the evening free for shopping, exploring local markets, or relaxing. Your overnight stay in Coimbatore promises a comfortable start to your vacation. Enjoy your stay!
On the second day of your journey, embark on a 5-hour drive from Coimbatore to Kodaikanal. Begin your day by having breakfast, and then proceed towards your destination. Along the way, make a stop at the revered Palani Murugan Temple, which is one of the six sacred abodes of Lord Murugan. Afterward, resume your drive, and once you reach Kodaikanal, unwind and rejuvenate at the hotel. Enjoy an overnight stay at this picturesque hill station.
On the third day of your itinerary, you will have the entire day to explore the beautiful hill station of Kodaikanal. Take the opportunity to visit popular attractions such as the Kurinji Andavar Temple, Bryant's Park, Pillar Rocks, Coaker's Walk, and the picturesque Kodaikanal Lake. This day will be dedicated to immersing yourself in the charm and natural beauty of Kodaikanal. You will also have the pleasure of spending another night in this enchanting hill station.
After enjoying your breakfast, embark on a scenic drive to Madurai. Your first stops will be at the Azhagar Koil, situated in the Alagar Hills, and the Pazhamudhirsolai Murugan Temple, which is one of the six sacred abodes (Arupadai Veedu) of Lord Murugan. Upon reaching Madurai, check-in at your hotel and take some time to relax. Later in the day, visit the Thiruparankundram Murugan Temple, another one of the six sacred abodes of Lord Murugan. Additionally, explore the magnificent Meenakshi Amman Temple, dedicated to Goddess Parvati, known for its eye-catching architecture and the thousand-pillared hall. The temple complex is adorned with numerous shrines and sculptures, making it a truly captivating experience. You will be spending the night in Madurai, where you can unwind and reflect on the rich cultural and spiritual experiences of the day. Enjoy your stay!
Commence your journey towards Kanyakumari, which marks the southernmost point of the Indian mainland.Explore the renowned Kumari Amman Temple and pay homage.Additionally, take the opportunity to visit the Vivekananda Rock Memorial, constructed in honor of the esteemed Hindu saint, Swami Vivekananda.Notably, the Thiruvalluvar Statue is situated in this vicinity.The statue's base stands at a height of 38 feet, while the sculpture itself reaches an impressive 95 feet, resulting in a total height of 133 feet.Experience the mesmerizing sight of the sunset at the point where the Bay of Bengal, Arabian Sea, and Indian Ocean meet, and wrap up the day with an overnight stay in Kanyakumari.
On the sixth day of your journey, embark on a 5.5-hour drive from Kanyakumari to Rameswaram. Along the way, make a stop at the revered Tiruchendur Murugan Temple, one of the six sacred abodes of Lord Murugan. Afterward, resume your drive and marvel at the renowned Pamban Bridge, a railway bridge that spans the Palk Strait and links the town of Rameshwaram to mainland India. Upon arrival, check-in to your hotel and unwind. Enjoy an overnight stay in Rameshwaram.
Commence your journey towards Tiruchchirappalli (Trichy). Recognized as the largest operational Hindu temple globally, the Ranganathaswamy Temple in Srirangam was constructed by the Azhwar Saints between the 6th and 9th centuries. This temple is devoted to Lord Vishnu and holds the distinction of being the first among the 108 Divya Desams or Vishnu Temples worldwide. Thiruvanaikovil Sri Jambukeswara Temple represents one of the five natural elements (Pancha Bootha Sthalam temple), with Lord Shiva symbolizing the "Water" element. The Cholas built this temple in the 2nd century AD, showcasing the Dravidian style of architecture. Rockfort Uchchipillayar Temple encompasses an ancient fort and a temple situated at the highest point of the fort. Constructed by the Pallavas in 508 AD, these structures are the oldest within the fort and serve as a captivating attraction. Enjoy an overnight stay in Trichy.
On the eighth day, you will be departing from Trichy. You will have the entire day to indulge in shopping activities. Your departure from Tiruchchirappalli airport will be in accordance with your flight schedule.