Day 01: Chennai
Is the capital of Tamilnadu considered as gateway of South
India, National Art Gallery and Museum with a fine
collection of ancient paintings, Fort St. George, St. Mary's
Church, Marina Beach (the second longest in the world), San
Thome Cathedral and Mylapore Shiva Temple are the main key
attraction of this city.
Day 02: Kanchipuram - Mahabalipuram 60Kms
One of the seven sacred cities of India also famous for its
hand-woven silk fabrics, Visit Kailashnatha temple,
Ekambareswara Temple which is dedicated to Shiva. This is
one the largest temple covering nine hectares of land. Later
on depart to Mahabalipuram check into the hotel and relax.
Day 03: Mahabalipuram
Also known as the second pagodas, the principal attraction
of this town are wonderful monolithic monuments and stone
sculptures. The important monuments are the five Rathas, the
Bas-Relief on a huge rock popularly known as Arjuna’s
penance, Mahisasura Madapam and the shore temple.
Day 04: Pondicherry 134Kms
Pondicherry which was formerly a French Colony settled early
in the 18th century. The main attraction here is the
Aurobindo Ashram which was founded by Sri Aurobindo in 1926.
The ashram is the one of the most popular in India with
westerns and is also one of the most affluent. Visit
Pondicherry museum and sculpture gallery an outstanding
collection of artifacts.
Day 05: Tanjore
Tanjore is the literary and religious centre of south India.
The celebrated temple Brihadeshra built by the Chola King
during the 11th century is its major attraction. The
Saraswati Mahal library, containing a rare collection of
books and manuscripts on paper and palm leaves.
Day 06: Tiruchirapalli - Madurai 184Kms
Proceed to Tiruchirapalli also known as Trichy the rock fort
is land mark of Trichy with Ganesh Temple on the top. Visit
Rock Fort Temple in Trichy and the Sri Ranganathaswamy
Temple at Srirangam this superb temple complex is surrounded
by seven concentric walls with 21 Gopurams.
Continue drive to Madurai arrive Madurai and check into the
Day 07: Madurai - Periyar 150Kms
Madurai one of the oldest cities in South India it is famous
for its 1000 pillared Meenakshi Temple. You can also take to
the special religious night ceremony held in the temple.
Another key attraction of this town is Thirumalai Nayak’s
palace and Gandhi Museum.
Leave for Periyar on arrival check into the hotel.
Day 08: Periyar
Periyar has one of the world’s most fascinating Natural
wildlife reserved and of the best game sanctuaries in India
enjoys boating on the lake Periyar and explores the
sanctuary at its best. Later visit the spice plantations
like cardamom, cinnamon, pepper, coffee and tea estates. You
can shop at the local market.
Day 09: Kumarakom 140Kms
Kumarakom, a cozy little island just 16 kilometer west of
Kottayam in India’s favorite destination – Kerala, is
renowned the world over for its exotic migratory birds, self
sustaining eco-system and hospital on arrival check into the
hotel after taking brief leisure visit Kumarakom bird
sanctuary at evening see the breathtaking view of lake
during the sunset leaves a spellbound.
Day 10: Alleppey 60Kms
Enjoy boat ride at Vembananad Lake is the perfect way to
experience the backwater lifestyle of Kerala. The day long
journey in the beautiful backwaters of Kerala is the only
way to explore what otherwise seems more like a poet’s
version. The boat will reach in the area which is just
breathtaking. It is far beyond imagination that how a whole
life is running across both the corners of backwaters.
Day 11: Kochi 62Kms
The commercial capital of Kerala also famous for its Asia’s
best preserved Synagogue, the Dutch Palace and the oldest
European Church in India – the St. Francis Church where
Vasco-De-Gama was originally buried. A leisurely walk
through the Fort Cochin, find close looks Chines fishing
nets. In the evening attend the traditional Kathakali Dance
Day 12: Kochi - Flight - Bangalore
Bangalore, the capital city of Karnataka. Visit the famous
Lal Bagh Botanical Garden, known for housing a variety of
old trees, roses, fountains, pools, and an assortment of
herbs. Also visit the Cubbon Park, Bull temple and Mysore
Arts and Crafts Centre while driving through the Vidhan
Soudha, a beautiful colonial building housing the state
legislature and secretariat
Day 13: Mysore 130Kms
Mysore known for its magnificent palaces and majestic
buildings, sprawling garden, shimmering silk and sandalwood,
the ‘City Royale’ always figures in the tourist’s itinerary,
enroute visit Srirangapatnam - Island fortress of Tippu
Sultan. Visit Tippu's summer Palace, Mosque, and
Srirangapatnam Temple at evening visit Chamundi Hill -
perched a top a hill-the 4.8m tall monolith of Nandi and the
gigantic Mahishasura statue are added attractions.
Day 14: Mysore
This day full day sightseeing, visit Maharaja Palace, the
art gallery in the Jaganmohan Palace houses. Later on in the
evening visit Brindavan Garden- the Krishna Raja Sagar after
sun down, when musical fountains and colored lights
transform this place into a magical fairy land.
Day 15: Hassan 161Kms
Proceed to Hassan enroute visit Sravanbelgola one of the
oldest and most important Jain pilgrimage centers in India,
and the site of the 17m high status of Gomateshwara, said to
the world’s tallest monolithic statue.
Day 16: Hassan - Halebid - Belur - Hassan
Excursion to Hoysala Temples of Halebid and Belur visit the
Hoysaleswara Temple at Halebid which is the most outstanding
example if Hoysala art and Tradition. At Belur, visit the
Day 17: Hospet / Hampi 362Kms
Hampi the world Heritage Centre is the most beautiful and
evocative of all the ruins of Karnataka key attraction of
this palace is King’s Palace, Mahanavami Dibba and Queen’s
Bath- This structure has a very plain exterior but the
interior is stunningly ornate, with graceful arched
corridors, projecting balconies and lotus-shaped fountains.
Day 18: Hospet - Hampi
This day full day sightseeing, visit to Lotus Mahal this
visually appealing structure has two levels, with open
pavilions at the bottom and balconies above. An elegant
example of the fusion of the Hindu and Muslim styles of
architecture, later on visit Elephant Stables, Pushkarni and
Hazara Rama Temple - This was a royal temple reserved for
Day 19: Hospet – Badami 195Kms
Proceed to Badami, half day sight seeing visiting to Badami
Caves – Picturesquely situated at the mouth of a ravine
between two rocky hills, North Fort - This is the largest
enclosure, Banashankari - is a quaint hamlet taking its name
from the goddess Banashankari. Built in the Dravidian style,
the temple is dedicated to Banashankari, a form of Parvati.
Day 20: Badami
Proceed for a day excursion to Aihole and Pattadakal, Aihole
- is famous as the Cradle of Indian Temple Architecture has
over 125temples including Lad Khan Temple, Drug (fort)
Temple, Ravalphadi Cave Temple, Konti Temple Complex, Jain
Meguthi Temple are few not to be missed. Pattadakal- a World
Heritage center has 10 major temples representing early
Day 21: Goa 345Kms
Leave for Goa arrive Goa and check in at prebooked hotel.
Day 22: Goa
Day 23: Goa
Day free for individual activities
Day 24: Goa - Flight - Mumbai
Transfer to airport to board flight for Mumbai. Arrive
Mumbai and transfer to hotel.
Day 25: Mumbai
Excursion to Elephanta Caves after half day city tour of
Day 26: Depart Mumbai
Transfer to airport to board flight back home/ onward
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