Chennai City Local Sightseeing Tour Packages

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Chennai City Local Sightseeing Tour Packages

One Day (Morning 8.00 AM To Night 8.00 PM)

Tour Features :-
  • On all days – Time : From 6.30 A.M to 7.00 P.M.
  • Marina Beach, Fort St. George, The Fort Museum, Santhome Cathedral, Kapaleswarar Temple, The Government Museum, Dakshinachitra, Spencer Plaza,  Victoria Technical Institute, Birla Planetarium and Express Avenue (EA).
-: Itinerary :-

Chennai is a gracious city that has a clear skyline, long sandy beaches, parks, historic landmarks and tourist infrastructural facilities which make it a convenient entry point. Marina Beach, the 2nd longest beach in the world.

Fort St. George

It was built in 1640 AD, by the British East India Company under the direct supervision of Francis Day and Andrew Cogon. This bastion achieved its name from St. George, the patron saint of England. St. Mary’s Church the oldest Anglican Church in India built in 1680 and the tombstones in its courtyard are the oldest British tombstones in India. This ancient prayer house solemnised the marriages of Robert Clive and Governor Elinu-Yale, who later founded the Yale University in the States. The flag staff at Fort St. George is still the tallest in India. South of the Fort is the War Memorial, a graceful monument built in 1939 in memory of the warriors who sacrificed their lives during the First World War.

The Fort Museum

The Fort Museum is the repository of the exhibits of weapons, uniforms, coins, costumes, medals and some other artifacts dating back to the British period.

Santhome Cathedral

Santhome at the southern end of Marina derives its name from St Thomas, the apostle of Christ who is believed to have come to Madras sometime during 52 AD. He was killed on St Thomas Mount just outside the city in 78 AD. and was interned in Santhome beach where a church was later built. In 1606 the church was rebuilt as a cathedral and in 1896 it was made a basilica. The beautiful stained glass window at the basilica portrays the story of St Thomas and the central hall has 14 wooden plaques depicting scenes from the last days of Christ. In the cathedral is a 3ft. high statue of Virgin Mary which is believed to have been brought from Portugal in 1543.

Kapaleswarar Temple

Located in Mylapore, this temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Fragmentary inscriptions date back to 1250 A.D. The majestic 37metere gopuram is profusely carved depicting Puranic legends. The present structure was renovated by the Vijayanagara Kings in the 16th century. It has some beautiful sculptures among which are the bronze idols of 63 Saivite saints or the Nayanmars. These adorn the outer courtyard within the temple precinct.

The Government Museum

The Museum is more than 150 years old. The modern building next to the original museum houses the treasured statues of Natraja, Buddha, the Tamil saints and others, in its Bronze Gallery. The highlight of the Bronze Gallery is the “Cosmic Natraja,” that rests on a rotating platform. Within the museum precinct is the circular 100 year’s old Museum Theatre that has influences of Indo – Saracenic architecture. It is an excellent specimen of exposed brick architecture, with brick pilasters (pillars) flanking each entrance. Cornices made of stucco ornamentation adorn these pillars. This is still a popular venue for plays and readings.

The National Art Gallery, located within the campus, has the finest collection of the contemporary art, paintings and sculptures. The Jaipur – Moghul architecture gives the building its “lacy” and distinct look.


A venture of Deborah Thiagarajan and her associates from the Madras Craft Foundation. Dakshinachitra is an amazing place to visit, as various kinds of traditional houses have been transported to Chennai from interior parts of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala and rebuilt here piece by piece.

Chennai Shopping Places – Spencer Plaza

Spencer’s is a 100 Year old institution in Chennai, India, whose name has long been associated with a world class shopping experience. In 1990, one landmark paved way for another – Spencer Plaza has taken shape as India’s finest and largest Shopping and Office Mall at the same place, continues to give Shoppers, convenience beyond par.

Victoria Technical Institute

The institute is associated with the best that is found in the field of Indian art and crafts, playing the role of marketing platform for unknown craftsmen and talented artisans in the remote parts of the country. Conceived as a charitable trust, essentially to extend a helping hand to the unknown genius lost in the villages, the institute came into being in October 1887 to commemorate the Jubilee of Her Majesty the Queen Empress Victoria. The Memorial Hall, instituted in memory of Queen Victoria on Pantheon Road in 1909, offers technical and industrial education in cooperation with the VTI. This hall in sandstone is one of the finest pieces of architecture in Chennai.


The Package Cost

(The Package cost depends on the Type of vehicle)

Cost includes:

  • Transportation cost
  • Driver’s allowance
  • Fuel
  • Toll & Parking charges
  • Taxes




Tamilnadu Temple tour package 9 nights 10 days

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Tamilnadu Temple tour package 9 nights 10 days


Chennai – Kancheepuram-Kumbakonam -Tanjoor -Trichi – Madurai – Rameswaram – Kanyakumari





Day 01: Chennai


On arrival at Chennai railway station/airport our representative will transfer you to hotel. Afternoon visit Kapaleswara Temple and relax some time in Marina beach. Overnight stay in the hotel at Chennai.


 Day 02: Chennai – Kanchipuram Mahabalipuram


After breakfast proceed to Mahabalipuram, on the way, you will be visiting Kanchipuram Temples. Kanchipuram is one of the seven sacred cities of India and it is the only one associated with both Shiva and Vishnu. Visit Ekambareshwar Temple , Kailashnath Temple , Kamakshi Temple , the Vaikunthaperumal Temple , You will also get a Chance to Visit the local homes of the weavers. On your arrival at Mahabalipuram, Check in to the hotel. Overnight stay in the hotel at Mahabalipuram.


 Day 03: Mahabalipuram


After breakfast enjoy full day sightseeing of Mahabalipuram .Visit the seven pagoda style shore temples, lashed by the waves of the sea and the five Rathas or temple chariots, a group of monolithic monuments & animal figures carved out of solid rock, End the visit by photography of the beautiful Shore temples at sunset. Overnight stay in the hotel at Mahabalipuram.
Day 04: Mahabalipuram – Kumbakonam


After breakfast check out from the hotel and proceed Kumbakonam visit Navaghara temple like Thingaloor, Suryanrkoil, Kanchanur, Alangudi, Airavateswarar, Pateeswaram, Thiruvelanchuli, Swamimalai.Over night stay Hotel at Kumbakonam.

Day 05: Kumbakonam – Thanjavur


Morning after breakfast we will proceed to Tanjore, ancient capital of Tamilnadu, visit famous Brahadeeswara Temple (Brihadeeswarar Temple also known as Rajarajeswaram at Thanjavur is the world’s first complete granite temple and a brilliant example of the major heights achieved by Cholas in temple architecture. It is a tribute and a reflection of the power of its patron RajaRaja Chola) the Saraswathi Mahal library which houses palm leaf and paper manuscripts .Overnight at the hotel in Tanjore.


Day 06: Thanjavur –  Trichy


On arrival at Trichy Airport/Railway station our representative will transfer you to the hotel , have some rest ,after noon visit Srirangam Temple (The Sri Ranganathaswamy is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Ranganatha, a reclining form of Lord Vishnu and Rock Fort Temple (Rockfort or Ucchi Pillayar koil,) .Overnight at the hotel in Trichy.


Day 07: Trichy – Madurai


Morning after breakfast proceed to Madurai, South India’s oldest city with recorded history going back to the 6th Century B.C., after noon visit the ruins of Thirumalai Nayak Palace and Sri Meenakshi Amman Temple (Meenakshi Sundareswarar Temple or Meenakshi Amman Temple is an historic Hindu temple located in the holy city of Madurai, It is dedicated to Lord Shiva (in the form of Sundareswarar or Beautiful Lord) and his consort, Goddess Parvati (in the form of Meenakshi). The temple forms the heart and lifeline of the 2500 year old city of Madurai . The complex houses 14 magnificent Gopurams or towers including two golden Gopurams for the main deities, that are elaborately sculptured and painted, a perfect example of Dravidian architecture.) Overnight at the hotel in Madurai .


Day 08: Madurai – Rameshwaram


Early morning after breakfast we will transfer you to Rameshwaram, one of the sacred cities in Tamilnadu India, temple is noted for its excellent corridors lined with massive sculptured pillars with their elaborate design, style and rich carving visit the temple.( This temple is a pious temple, keeping in mind its association with Lord Rama, a great Hindu legend and its grand structure. This huge temple on the island of Rameswaram can be reached via the Pamban bridge across the sea, it is famous for its long ornate corridors, towers and remarkable 36 Theerthams ) Over-night will be stay at hotel in Rameshwaram.


Day 09: Rameshwaram – Kanyakumari


Morning after breakfast check out from the hotel at 09.00 Hrs and proceed  to Kanyakumari, the meeting place of the three seas (100 KM/ 3 hrs.  Later check into the hotel in Kanyakumari.  After some rest visit the Gandhi Memorial, Vivekananda Rock, Devikanya temple and return Hotel after seeing the sunset from the southern tip of India.  By now, your life is enriched with an unparalleled experience.  You have rediscovered India.  You have grown wiser.  Overnight stay in Hotel at Kanyakumari


Day 10: Departure


Finally the day has come we have to say bye – – – Please have the breakfast before you check out of the hotel room at 09:00 hrs.  We transfer you from the Hotel to the railway station at Kanyakumari.