Tamilnadu Kerala Culture
South India is one of the most attractive tourist destinations of India. From the holy mountains to the blue sea, from the wide variety of flora and fauna to the unique cuisines, South India exhibits a different aspect of Indian culture, traditions, and customs.
South India includes mainly the states of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, while the tourist destinations of Tamilnadu and Kerala: Chennai, Mahabalipuram, and Kumarakom from the ‘Golden Triangle of South India’ and is a must visit on a tour of South India.
Besides unique architectural style, here you can check out the unique fishing techniques, dance forms, and the rich classical music. Rarely will you find a household here where the kids are not trained in music, art or dance? Women love to adorn themselves in saris with colorful flowers in their braids. Head towards a Cultural tour of peace and serenity of Tamilnadu and Kerala with our experienced representatives.
Day 01: Arrival - Chennai
Our representatives welcome you at the airport and you are escorted to the hotel. After rest and refreshment, you are taken on an afternoon tour of the Gateway of Tamil Nadu, which is Chennai. We visit the ancient St. George’s Fort, the famous shrines of Kapaleeshwarar temple and the Parthasarathy temple. You also visit the Government Museum, the second oldest museum in the country.
At evening you can stroll on the Marina beach of the Arabian Sea, experiencing a mesmerizing sun set. There is an overnight stay at Chennai.
Day 02 - 03: Chennai - Madurai (by flight)
After enjoying a traditional breakfast at the hotel, we proceed to the airport for a flight to Madurai. After check in at the hotel, we explore the second largest city of Tamil Nadu.
At evening while returning to the hotel, we will visit the twin temple structure of the Meenakshi Temple constructed on the banks of a lotus pond. It consists of a unique thousand pillared hall. The pillars look straight, seen from any angle and when tapped, creates musical notes. The evening aarti at the temple is a must watch. We stay at Madurai for the night.
Day 04: Madurai - Periyar (128 Km / 3 hrs)
After breakfast, we drive to Periyar. After a fascinating journey over the Lake Periyar via motor boat we reach the tiger reserve of Periyar. This forest reserve is known for the conservation of various species of wild life, like the bison, deer, leopard and over 260 species of birds. It is also famous for its rich bio diversity. It is a real thrill to witness the wild life in their natural habitat at the wild terrain of the Western Ghats. There is an overnight stay at Periyar.
Day 05: Periyar - Kumarakom (115 Km / 3 hrs)
This is the day to visit the island village of Kumarakom. It is a cluster of islands where you can chill out on the beautifully decorated houseboats. The scenic beauty of the place is breath taking with lush greenery, tall coconut trees, and the placid waters.
There is also a bird sanctuary here, where you can check out the various migratory birds, like the egrets, water fowls, teals, cuckoos and much more. The sharp contrast between the hectic city life and the serene village life of South India can be experienced here.
Day 06: Kumarakom - Cochin (85 Km / 2 hrs)
We start an early morning today to visit the backwaters of Alleppey via boat ride. The back waters of this place are famous with its mirrored lagoons, beautiful house boats, boat racing and unique fishing techniques.
After that, we head towards Cochin.
After check in at the hotel, you can enjoy rest of the day at the beaches of the Arabian Sea, enjoying the sun set and the unique fishing technique via the Chinese nets. We enjoy the night at Cochin, enjoying the local delicacies and the various sea food cuisines.
Day 07: Cochin - Back Home (by flight)
Morning sightseeing tour of Cochin. Later transfer to the airport in time for an afternoon flight to Back Home.
- Trip Duration : 7 Days
- Start - End : Chennai - Cochin
- Highest Altitude : m
- Difficulty : Easy
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- Activity : Tour
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