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Chennai - Pondichery - Kodaikanal - Madurai - Chennai

Chennai | Pondicherry | Kodaikanal | Madurai
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Enjoy fascinating blend and stimulate trip of India splashy cities of India. Special Holidays tour that introduces you with the Modernize, religious, cultural, historical, beaches and glamour magnificence of the India


Chennai Capital of the south-eastern state of Tamil Nadu, Chennai is one of the four major metropolitan cities in India. Today, it is hard to believe that a place that was till 1639 just a small fishing village would become such an enormous and beautiful city. Situated on the shores of the Bay of Bengal, Chennai is perhaps the most peaceful and green metropolis in India. Chennai has a number of attractions for the tourists to see. One of them is the beautiful Marina beach, where the blue waters of the Bay of Bengal mingle with the golden sands. The city also has its share of forts and palaces reminding the tourists the glory of bygone eras.



Visiting , Kapaleeshwarar Temple : A masterpiece of Dravidian architecture, this ancient Shiva temple, is the biggest in Chennai . Fort St.George : Located on the seashore near the harbour, Fort St. George was built for the East India Co. in 1960 AD. Marina Beach : the pride of Chennai is the second longest beach in the World and has a wide sandy foreshore.



One of the oldest cities in South India, Madurai has been the centre of learning and pilgrimage for centuries. Spread along the rocky banks of the river Vaigai in the state of Tamil Nadu, this modern industrial city is today famous as a temple town.
The history of Madurai dates back to prehistoric times. Archaeological evidences unearthed from this region suggest the existence of settlements in the Megalithic Age and the Neolithic Age. The earliest recorded history of Madurai, available from the fourth century BC, can be found in the Tamil and Greek documents. The ancient city had links with Greece and Rome and traded primarily in spices. Madurai also finds mention in many ancient texts and especially the Puranas, where sage Agastya eulogizes the greatness and glory of the city.
The city of Madurai has been ruled by various dynasties. The Cholas took over the city in the 10th century AD. The Pandyas regained control in the 12th century AD, only to loose it again to the invaders under Malik Kafur. In 1364, the Vijayanagar kingdom was established with the overthrowing of the dynasty established by Malik Kafur. The Nayaks, who were the local governors of Madurai, took over the city after the fall of the Vijayanagar kingdom in 1565 and ruled it till 1781. It was during this period that Madurai reached its cultural zenith. The city was taken over by the British East India Company in 1801.



Along with its burgeoning industrial set up, the legends, myths and the thousands of pilgrims swarming the city have given Madurai a unique character and ambience. The architectural marvels of the temples and the exquisite sculptures fascinate all those who have a look at them. You can also participate in the many festivals and regale in the rich tradition of the locals. Some of the major attractions in the city are the Meenakshi Temple, Tirumalai Nayak Mahal, The Gandhi Museum, Koodal Azhagar Temple, Vandiyur Mariamman Teppakulam and Pazhamudhirsolai.



The Union Territory of Pudhucherry (earlier Pondicherry) comprises of the four unconnected, erstwhile French settlements of Pudhucherry, Karaikal, Mahe and Yanam. While Karaikal lies 150 km south of Pudhucherry on the east coast, Mahe is on the Malabar Coast and Yanam in the East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh. As you travel down the scenic East Coast road you hit Pudhucherry about 160 kms south of Chennai on the Coromandel Coast. It is bound on the east by the Bay of Bengal and by South Arcot District of Tamil Nadu on the other three sides. Pudhucherry traces its origin to Sage Agasthya. Its shores have also been home to different cultures, from the Romans to the Frenc

Day 01 : Arrive Chennai
On arrival. Meeting and assistance and transfer to hotel . Afternoon city tour visiting Temples, churches and museum . Evening free at Marina Beach . Overnight at hotel .


Day 02 : Chennai - Mahabalipuram – Pondichery
Morning depart for Pondichery , enroute visiting Mahabalipuram & Kancheepuram . On arrival check-in at hotel . Overnight at hotel .


Day 03 : In Pondichery
Morning city tour visiting Sri Aurobindo Ashram and museum . Evening free to enjoy the Beach .Overnight at hotel .


Day 04 : Pondicherry - Kodaikanal
Morning depart by surface to Kodaikanal .On arrival check-in at hotel . Overnight at hotel .


Day 05 : In Kodaikanal
Full day free to explore the most charming hill station of South India with picturesque landscape and lake . Overnight at hotel .


Day 06 : Kodaikanal – Madurai
Morning depart for Madurai by surface. On arrival, Check in at hotel . Afternoon city tour visiting the Meenakshi Temple . Overnight at hotel . 


Day 07 : Madurai - Tanjore  
Morning depart for Tanjore by surface . On arrival check-in at hotel . Afternoon city tour visiting Sri Bhradereeshwarar Temple . Overnight at hotel .


Day 08 : Tanjore - Chennai  
Morning depart for Chennai . On arrival check-in at hotel . Overnight at hotel .


Day 09 : Depart Chennai 
Morning transfer to airport / Railway station for onward journey .


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