South India Tour Packages

Overview of South India Tour Packages

The southern part of the country is a captivating terrain that is brimming with nature’s exquisiteness, beautiful hill stations, wildlife abodes, and primeval monuments. The cities here boast the insignias of the affluent past and the extent up to which nature can show its magnificence.

The gateway to the opulent and enchanting beauty of South India, this amazing Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Karnataka tour is more than an experience! Starting from Bangalore in Karnataka or Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu, you will be visiting the gorgeous hill station of Ooty. Following this, you will also visit other popular tourist destinations like Mysore in Karnataka, Wayanad, Ooty in Kerala, Coorg, and Coimbatore in Karnataka and will also get ample opportunities to discover their alluring charm and appeal.

You can visit the Rock Sculptures; shore Temple at Mahabalipuram, Auroville, Aurobindo Ashram, the beach at Pondicherry, Kodaikanal “Princess of Hill station”, Periyar Wild Life Sanctuary at Thekkady, South India’s highest peak. Anaimudi Peak 2695 Meters, Mattupatti Dam, Eravikulam National Park at Munnar, Madurai Meenakshi Temple, Rameswaram Siva Temple, Bath at 22 Holly Wells, Pamban Bridge, Kanyakumari Tri sea, Padmanabha Temple at Trivandrum, Back Water Boat Cruise at Alleppey House Boat, Museum, Kochi Harbor at Cochin, Guruvayur Krishna Temple, Ooty “Queen of Hill Station”, Mysore Maharaja Palace, Brindavan Garden at Mysore, Lal Bagh, Cubbon Park and lots more.

Packages Price Duration Night Stay
South India Honeymoon Packages
3 Nights / 4 Days
Mysore (01 Night) - Ooty (02 Nights)
South India Tour Package from Kolkata
4 Nights / 5 Days
Ooty (02 Nights) Kodaikanal (02 Nights)
South India Family Tour Packages
5 Nights / 6 Days
Mysore (01 Night) Wayanad (02 Nights) Ooty (02 Nights
South India Deluxe Tour Package
6 Nights / 7 Days
Tirupati( 01 Night )- Mysore(01 Nights)- Coorg(02 Nights)- Ooty(02 Nights)

Climate Of South India

The best time to visit tropical South India is during the winter months, but even then there are some distinct regional variations.

The peak season is from December to February when the climate is at its most pleasant – Kerala is its least humid at this time, it is dry and daytime temperatures range from 22 to 30’C. The hill stations, such as Munnar, are cooler and you will need a fleece, pullover, or jacket in the morning and evening. Temperatures and humidity begin to build from late March. The monsoon rains fall from May to October in Kerala and on the east coast of Tamil Nadu, they extend through to November which is the wettest month, though it’s best to carry an umbrella and be prepared for a shower at any time. 

Ayurvedic health treatments are said to be most effective during the monsoon. Mysore in Karnataka celebrates the festival of Dussehra in October by illuminating the whole city – an absolutely magical time to visit.

Sikkim tour package is so popular all over the world because the state has five seasons: winter, summer, spring, autumn, and monsoon season. Sikkim’s climate ranges from subtropical in the south to tundra in the north. Most of the inhabited regions of Sikkim experience a temperate climate, with temperatures seldom exceeding 28 °C (82 °F) in summer. The average annual temperature for most of Sikkim is around 18 °C (64 °F).

If you have yet to see snowfall book cheapest old silk route tour packages, Sikkim is one of the few states in India to receive regular snowfall. The snow line ranges from 6,100 meters (20,000 ft) in the south of the state to 4,900 meters (16,100 ft) in the north. The tundra-type region in the north is snowbound for four months every year, and the temperature drops below 0 °C (32 °F) almost every night. In north-western Sikkim, the peaks are frozen year-round; because of the high altitude, temperatures in the mountains can drop to as low as −40 °C (−40 °F) in winter.

During the monsoon, heavy rains increase the risk of landslides.  it is better to avoid the Silk route tour package in the Rainy Season, the record for the longest period of continuous rain in Sikkim is 11 days. Fog affects many parts of the state during winter and the monsoons, making transportation perilous.

best time to visit South India

South India is a beautiful collection of woods, rivers, temples, and ruins. Ensconced by seas and backwaters, this mass of land is truly peninsular. Because of its unique setting and three massive water bodies surrounding it, most of the coastal states of South India like Kerala, Karnataka, Tamilnadu experience maritime tropical climes. While the interiors of Karnataka are more continental. Due to the clear demarcation of three seasons in the Indian subcontinent, South India experiences the three seasons of summer, monsoon, and winter throughout the year.

  • Summer (March-May) – The Great Indian Summer is really the kind of season most frozen countries wish for. Long days of sunshine, thick humid air, and lots of salt in the sea. That is exactly the kind of summer that South India experiences from March to May. This part of India, being closest to the equator, should theoretically be hotter than the rest. But because it is also surrounded by water bodies on three sides (the Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, Indian Ocean), mostly maritime influence prevails, bringing down the average summer temperatures to 35°C on coasts like Tamil Nadu and Kerala and 40°C in the interiors of Karnataka.

The hill station destinations like Munnar, Coorg, and Ooty are still pleasant and endurable through the summers and give a much-needed respite from all the heat. May is the hottest month and marks the gateway into an impending monsoon. You can visit the hill stations during summer but most plains and lowland/ seaside places should not be visited after April.

  • Monsoon (June-September): If rains, mist, and mud are your thing then maybe monsoon is a good season to visit South India. With the setting of monsoon season, the hill stations become misty, lush, and beautiful while the interiors cool down. The beaches may be wild as waters get choppy and flooding might spoil your plans for outdoor activities. Most South Indian cities receive high rainfall from the South West Monsoon Winds while Tamil Nadu also receives rain in winters because of the North-East Trade Winds, averaging to 945 mm in this area.

However, some major festivals fall in the monsoon season, like the famed Onam of Kerala (September), Rath Yatra (July), etc. The Ayurvedic massages and treatments are also said to fare better results in this season. Therefore you have some incentives for monsoon in South India

  • Winter (October-February): Winter in the South is characterized by cool climes and dry skies, except in Tamil Nadu, where the North-East Trade Winds bring another bout of rains. Hill stations like Ooty, Coorg, and Munnar, etc garner much lower temperate, anywhere between 5-20°C. The plains and seas side’s experience a much more maritime winter, with temperatures between 12-30°C. Karnataka and Kerala experience what is called tropical winters. This season marks the setting of tourism in almost all South Indian destinations and hence the crowd goes on swelling up until the end of February.




January to March
50F - 80F
10°C - 27°C
April to June
75F - 105F
24°C - 45°C
July to September
70F - 95F
21°C - 35°C
October to December
55F - 85F
13°C - 30°C

How To Reach South India

Karnataka is situated in the western part of the Deccan Peninsular Region. The state is edged by approximately 320 km long coastline. Karnataka shares its border with Maharashtra and Goa in the North, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh in the east, Tamil Nadu in the Southeast, and Kerala in the Southwest. People from around the world visit Karnataka to witness its cultural heritage and abundant wildlife.

By Air

Important airports in Karnataka are:





Kempegowda International Airport
Mangalore International Airport
Belgaum Airport/Sambra Air Force Station
Hubli Airport/Hubli Air Force Base
Mysore Airport
Vidyanagar Airport

Karnataka is accessible by air from most parts of India, especially from major towns, namely Kolkata, Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, and Chennai.

By Rail

 Major railway station in Karnataka is in Bangalore. Being connected to Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Sikkim, Chennai, Kolkata, and Jammu, the railway head in the city offers a maximum number of trains to commute every day. Almost every town and city in Karnataka can be reached by railway service.

By Road

 Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC), it is owned by the Government of India, connects the state with all other states and towns of South India. Besides, NEKRTC (North Eastern Karnataka Road Transport Corporation) and NWKRTC (North Western Karnataka Road Transport Corporation) are two other bus services that take one to the remote areas of Karnataka, making commuting in the state easier. A large number of national highways links Karnataka with Maharashtra, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, and Tamil Nadu.


By Air

Chennai International Airport (MAA), about 21 kilometers from the city center, is the fourth busiest airport in India. Domestic flights run from the Kamaraj Terminal, while international flights operate from the Anna Terminal. Air India, Jet Airways, IndiGo, SpiceJet, and Alliance Air are the main domestic airlines operating from Chennai Airport. Direct flights to international destinations such as Sharjah, Mauritius, London, Dubai, Singapore, and Frankfurt are available from the airport in Chennai.

Tamil Nadu has three more international airports namely Coimbatore International Airport, Madurai International Airport, and Tiruchirapalli International Airport. Moreover, Salem Airport and Tuticorin Airport are two other domestic airports. Delhi to Tamil Nadu flights takes about 2 hours to finish the travel. When traveling from major cities in India such as New Delhi, Mumbai, or Kolkata, it’s better to book a flight to Tamil Nadu to cut back travel time.

By Train

 The train route in Tamil Nadu extends over a wide area. Headquartered in the capital city Chennai, the Southern Railway covers a large area in Tamil Nadu. Chennai Central is the main railway station in Tamil Nadu for trains departing north, whereas Chennai Egmore station serves as a hub for trains leaving south. The Nilgiri Mountain Railway, one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Tamil Nadu, connects the hill station of Ooty to Mettupalayam near Coimbatore city. Other major train stations in Tamil Nadu include Madurai, Katpadi, Salem, Tiruchirappalli, and Coimbatore Junction. Chennai is also served by a suburban railway network.

By Road

Road transport in Tamil Nadu is maintained by Tamil Nadu State Transport Corporation (TSTC) and State Express Transport Corporation. National Highway 47, NH 49, NH 208, and NH 220 run from Tamil Nadu into Kerala. NH 67, NH 207, and NH 209 connect Tamil Nadu with Karnataka. NH 205, NH 219, and NH 234 connect the state with Andhra Pradesh. The scenic East Coast Road (ECR) runs between Chennai to Cuddalore via Pondicherry.

There are regular buses, both government and private, operating between major tourist destinations in Tamil Nadu. Chennai, Madurai, and Coimbatore have an extensive road network. Depending on the destination, it should take about 6 to 12 hours to travel from Bangalore to Tamil Nadu via road. Major sightseeing tours to temples in Tamil Nadu are organized via road transport.

Silk Route Sightseeing distance



By Road Distance

Driving Distance

NJP / Siliguri
Sillery Gaon
90 km
3.45 Hours
NJP / Siliguri
85 km
3.30 Hours
NJP / Siliguri
135 km
05.00 Hours
65 km
2.45 Hours
110 km
4.30 Hours
NJP / Siliguri
110 km
4.00 Hours
Sillery Gaon
38 km
1.45 Hours
38 km
1.15 Hours
25 km
1.00 Hours
52 km
2.30 Hours
Aritar / Mankhim
40 km
2.15 Hours
95 km
3.50 Hours
20 km
1.15 Hours
45 km
2.00 Hours

Attraction Of South India Tour Packages


Hampi, the city of ruins, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Situated in the shadowed depth of hills and valleys in the state of Karnataka, this place is a historical delight for travelers. Surrounded by 500 ancient monuments, beautiful temples, bustling street markets, bastions, treasury building, and captivating remains of Vijayanagar Empire,

Hampi was the capital of the Vijayanagar Empire around 1500 AD, and by some accounts, the second-largest city in the world at that time. Over the next centuries, it fell out of importance, and now you can explore the ruins of a lot of temples and other structures spread out over a vast area. 


  1. Virupaksha Temple - The Virupaksha temple (or Prasanna Virupaksha temple) is located on the banks of the Tungabhadra river at Hampi. Built during the 7th century, the beautiful architecture and history of the temple have made it a UNESCO World Heritage site.
  2. Vithala Temple - The most impressive structure in Hampi, the Vithala Temple dates back to the 16th century and is a truly splendid example of rich architecture. The famous stone chariot, which has become an iconic symbol of the architecture of Hampi, is located inside the premises of this temple.
  3. Lotus Palace - The Lotus Palace in Hampi is one of the most iconic landmarks in the town. Named so for the way the structure looks like a lotus in bloom, this palace was the designated area for the royal women of the Vijayanagara Empire and is found within the Zenana Enclosure.
  4. Yantrodharaka Hanuman Temple - On top of the Anjaneya Hill, at a distance of 2 kilometers from the Virupaksha Temple, the beautiful Yantradharaka Hanuman Temple also known as the Monkey Temple is present inside a cave.
  5. Hampi Bazaar - Also known as the Virupaksha Bazaar, the Hampi Bazaar is the place to go to pick up knick-knacks, souvenirs, cheap clothes, and trinkets to remember your trip to Hampi by. Situated right in front of Virupaksha temple, hence its alternate name, this bazaar which stretches for over a kilometer long is one of the main landmarks of Hampi.
  6. Hippie Island - While most tourists stay to the south of Tungabhadra where most of the ruins are located, some prefer the north banks which have a vibrant hippie culture. Virapapur Gadde or Hippie Island is a small island situated across the Tungabhadra river. It takes 5 minutes to travel to the island via coracle or boat. The last boat for the island leaves at 5.30 pm.

Located amidst imposing mountains in Karnataka with a perpetually misty landscape, Coorg is the place to be for all nature lovers.  This popular coffee-producing hill station is not only popular for its beautiful green hills and the streams cutting right through them. It also stands as a popular destination because of its culture and people. The Kodavas, a local clan specializing in martial arts, are especially notable for their keen hospitality.

Coorg, officially known as Kodagu, is the most affluent hill station in Karnataka. It is well known for its breathtakingly exotic scenery and lush greenery. Forest-covered hills, spice, and coffee plantations only add to the landscape.


  1. Abbey Falls - Abbey Falls, also known as Abbi Falls, is located around 10 kilometers away from the town of Madikeri and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in and around Coorg. The water cascade coming down from the cliff from a height of 70 feet provides a spectacular scene to behold.
  2. Talacauvery - Talakaveri is the source of the river Kaveri, located on the Brahmagiri hill (not to be confused with the Brahmagiri range further south) near Bhagamandala in Kodagu district, Karnataka. Kodavas erected a tank which is now considered as its origin. It is believed that the river originates as a spring feeding a tank or a Kundike and then flows underground to re-emerge as Kaveri some distance away. The place has a temple dedicated to the Goddess Kaveriamma is located next to the tank and bathing in it on special occasions is considered holy.
  3. Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary - The Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary covers an area of 181 square km and has got its name from the Brahmagiri Park which is the highest peak with a height of 1608 m. The primary vegetation of the sanctuary includes evergreen and semi-evergreen forests, shoal forest patches in grasslands, and bamboos.
  4. Golden Temple - Namdroling Monastery, situated at a distance of 34 km from the Coorg, is the largest teaching center of the school of Tibetan Buddhism known as Nyingmapa. Popularly known as the 'Golden Temple', the Namdroling Monastery holds some excellent examples of Tibetan architecture and artwork, as seen with the elaborately decorated temple tower and ornate outer walls, intricately adorned with beautiful murals.
  5. Raja's Seat - Raja's Seat, a garden with beautiful flowering plants and skillfully designed artificial fountains, is located in Madikeri in the district of Coorg. The garden was a favorite venue to rejuvenate for the Kings of Kodagu, and they loved watching the sunsets sitting here as they spent some memorable time with their Queens.
  6. White River rafting in Barapole River - Barapole River is a famous white river rafting destination in Coorg. The white frothy river with speedy waters and rapids, flowing through beautiful landscapes, makes for an ideal river rafting experience

Having evolved gradually from being the Garden city to the Silicon Valley of India, Bangalore is India's third-largest city. Bangalore is loved for its pleasant weather, beautiful parks, and many lakes here. Bangalore is renowned for its eateries, street food corners, quirky cafes, coffee roasters, and pubs dotting every corner of the city, serving cuisines from all over the world. Brunches, buffets, burgers, rooftop cafes, late-night eats - Bangalore has it all.


  1. Bangalore Palace - An epitome of great architecture and beauty, The Majestic Bangalore Palace preserves in it the spice of old regal opulence. Currently the central attraction in Bangalore, the palace was built in the year 1878. Chamarajendra Wadiyar's British Guardians bought the original property in 1873 from the principal of Bangalore Central High School, Rev, J Garret, from his funds. The palace is extraordinarily vast and spread across 45,000 square feet. A mixture of Tudor and Scottish Gothic architecture have resulted in the grand palace that we see today. The wooden structure of the palace along with the beautiful carvings both inside and outside showcases the royal culture in different ways.
  2. Cubbon Park - Spread over an area of 300 acres, Cubbon Park in the city of Bangalore is a major sightseeing attraction rich in green foliage. It is a green belt region of the city and is an ideal place for nature lovers and those seeking a calm atmosphere. Having been laid down by Lord Cubbon, the park is named so in his honor. It is home to more than 6,000 trees that support a vibrant ecosystem.
  3. Lal Bagh - Lalbagh Botanical Garden is located in Bangalore and is a nationally and internationally renowned center for botanical artwork, the scientific study of plants, and also conservation of plants. A haven for all nature lovers, Lal Bagh covers an area of 240 acres in the heart of the city and has nearly 1,854 species of plants. It was commissioned by Hyder Ali in 1760 and completed by his son Tipu Sultan.
  4. Bannerghatta National Park - Located 22 km away from Bangalore, the Bannerghatta National Park is a sanctuary for a large variety of flora and fauna. Spread over a massive area of around 104.27 sq. km, this national park was established in the year 1971. The park itself has a number of establishments within its confines, which includes the country's first butterfly park as well.
  5. UB City Mall - Located in the CBD (Central Business District) in Bangalore, this luxury mall is the one-stop destination for all your high-end brand needs. Assimilation of four towers as a whole, it is spread over a mind-boggling area of 13 acres. The place takes care of all your exclusive needs, whether it is shopping at some high-end store, ultra-fine dining or even taking a Spa after a long day of work, this place has it all.
  6. Wonderla Amusement Park - Wonderla is said to be the best amusement park in the city (and also one of the best in the country) and attracts all those looking for a rush of adrenaline. While it is most famous for the high-thrill dry rides, it also features some relaxed, fun rides, hence providing something for every visitor.
  7. ISKCON Temple - Located in the Rajajinagar area, ISKCON Temple is a revered shrine dedicated to Lord Krishna. The temple, under the guidance of Madhu Pandit Dasa, was inaugurated in the year 1997 by Shankar Dayal Sharma. Apart from a religious shrine, the ISKCON temple is a cultural complex accommodating dedicated deities of Sri Sri Radha Krishnachandra, Sri Krishna Balarama, Sri Nitai Gauranga, Sri Srinivasa Govinda, and Sri Prahlada Narasimha.

 Famously known as The City of Palaces, it wouldn’t be wrong to say that Mysore, currently Mysuru, is one of the most important places in the country regarding ancient reigns. It is replete with the history of its dazzling royal heritage, intricate architecture, its famed silk sarees, yoga, and sandalwood, to name just a few. Located in the foothills of the Chamundi Hills, Mysore is the third most populated city in Karnataka, and its rich heritage draws millions of tourists all year round. The highlight is the majestic Mysore Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is a must-visit.


  1. Mysore Palace - An incredibly breathtaking example of Indo - Saracenic style of architecture, the Mysore Palace is a magnificent edifice located in Mysore in the state of Karnataka. Also known as the Amba Vilas Palace, it is the former palace of the royal family of Mysore and is still their official residence. Mysore Palace was built in the year 1912 for the 24th Ruler of the Wodeyar Dynasty and is counted amongst one of the biggest palaces in the country.
  2. Brindavan Gardens - The Brindavan Gardens, spread over 60 acres, is located at a distance of 21 km away from Mysore. Built across the notable river of India, Cauvery, it took around five years to complete the project. The well-synchronized fountain show with music, boating, and well-manicured grass with flowerbeds are some of the top experiences of Brindavan Garden.
  3. Somanathapura Temple - On the banks of Holy River Kaveri is a tiny tranquil town of Somanathapura. Here stands the finest and most exemplary monument of Hoysala architecture known as the famous Prasanna Chennakesava Temple or simply the Kesava Temple. Consecrated in the year 1258 CE, it is a Vaishnav Hindu Temple dedicated to the might and beauty of Lord Krishna (Chenna= Beautiful and Kesava= Krishna). Tourists from near and far come to visit the temple to get a view of the beautiful place.
  4. Mysore Zoo - Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens, also known as the Mysore Zoo is one of the best zoological gardens in India. Maharaja Chamaraja Wodeyar established this Zoo in the year 1892 for the Royals. Furthermore, after the attainment of freedom, it was handed over to the Department of Parks and Gardens of the State Govt. The Zoo's meticulous planning is responsible for making it a special zoological garden. It tends to create a natural habitat for the animals in it. From Big to small cats, Aquatic to terrestrial birds, and Primates to reptiles, one Hundred and Sixty-Eight species find their place in this zoo. The world's first caesarian section delivery performed on an elephant in Mysore zoo gave it global fame and recognition.
  5. Chamundeshwari Temple - The Chamundeshwari Temple is a traditional Hindu temple located on the eastern edge of Mysore at the height of 1000ft on the Chamundi hills. Dedicated to and named after goddess Durga, the temple also has statues of Nandi and Mahishasura, the demon. Being one of the oldest temples in the palace city of Mysore, the temple is a must-visit attraction for travelers. The Chamundeshwari Temple is considered as a Shakti Peetha and is one among the 18 Maha Shakti Peethas.
  6. Shuka Vana - Home to over 2000 birds, the Shuka Vana in Mysore is a must-visit for Ornithophile and nature lovers. With over 450 varied species, this striking 50m high aviary spanning an area of 1 acre currently holds the record for most bird species in an aviary in the Guinness Book of World Records. This unique park, commonly known as parrot park, is a part of the Avadhoota Datta Peetham in the Sri Ganapathi Sachidananda Ashram, and also serves as a rehabilitation center for abused, injured, and abandoned birds. One can find many rare species of parrots flying around this beautiful enclosure.
  7. Karanji Lake - Karanji Lake, also known as the fountain lake, is a popular picnic spot. Visitors are allowed to bring packed food, and there is a coffee shop as well. It is a beautiful place to explore the different species of birds as the lake exhibits as many as 147 species including herons, Asian openbill storks, cormorant, grey pelican, etc.
  8. St. Philomena's Church - Recognized as the second tallest church in Asia, St. Philomena's Church was constructed to pay tribute to the Catholic Saint and martyr of the Roman Catholic Church, Saint Philomena. It is one of the most important historical sites in Mysore and is frequently visited by tourists from all over the country. Being one of the most distinctive landmarks of the city, it looks even more beautiful in the evening sky and is given religious importance having a Neo-Gothic style of architecture which makes it all the more famous amongst the masses.

Located in a valley of rugged red sandstone, surrounding the Agastya Lake, Badami (formerly known as Vatapi) is an archaeological delight owing to its beautifully crafted sandstone cave temples, fortresses, and carvings. Located in the Bagalkot district in Karnataka, Badami is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites that constitute Aihole-Badami-Pattadakal and is the finest example of traditional temple architecture in India


  1. Cave Temples - The Cave Temples of Badami consist of four separate temples, each holding intricate carvings and depictions. These carvings depict Shiva and Vishnu in various avatars in the first 3 temples, representing the Brahmanical style. The fourth temple is dedicated to Jain Tirthankaras. These beautiful red sandstone temples are candidates for the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list.
  2. Agastya Lake - Agastya Lake has located just a km from the Badami Bus Station. Said to possess healing powers, this lake faces all the cave temples of Badami and is surrounded by the red sandstone Bhoothnath Temple which lies on the eastern bank. There are no boating activities as such at the lake. The local people wash their clothes and take a bath in the water of Agastya Lake. The view of the hills from the banks looks beautiful.
  3. Badami Fort - Badami Fort is was built by Chalukyan King Pulakeshi in 543 AD. Perched on the top of a cliff, this fort is accompanied by two Shivalaya complexes dating back to the 5th century. A 16th century and a 14th-century watchtower are also featured atop this hill. The Fort is located 500 m away from the Badami Bus Stand.
  4. Aihole - Home to over 125 beautiful Chalukyan temples and monuments, Aihole is a historical site in Bagalkot, Karnataka. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site and is surrounded by marvelous sandstone hills and villages on the banks of the Malaprabha River. It was formerly the capital of the Chalukya Dynasty with over 100 Hindu and Jain temples dating back to around the 6th to 12th centuries. Today, Aihole is a prominent center for temple architecture and intricate stonework.
  5. Banashankari Temple - Banashankari temple, also known as Banashankari Amma temple, is located at Cholachagudd near Badami, Karnataka. It is one of the most famous Hindi shrines in the state. Several stories and beliefs revolve around the temple regarding its construction, history, and culture. However, the most exciting fact about this temple is that the people worship 'Rahukala' which is considered inauspicious as per Hindu culture. The devotees pray to Rahukala to let go of all the miseries, poverty, and inauspiciousness from their life.
  6. Malegitti Shivalaya Fort and Temple - A grand example of ancient Chalukya architecture, the Malegitti Shivalaya Fort and Temple is an elegantly carved, rock-cut temple atop a rugged rocky outcrop in Badami. The temple was built in the 7th century and is perhaps the earliest and best surviving example of the magnificence of the Dravida style in the early Chalukya architecture. The Fort is located next to the Badami Archeological Museum. There's a breathtaking view of the lake and the caves from here.
  7. Mallikarjuna Temple - Within the Bhootanatha temple cluster by the beautiful Agastya Lake of Badami lies the elegantly designed Mallikarjuna Temple. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the temple, along with smaller shrines built around it, was constructed in a star-shaped plan in the 11th century. Its structure is representative of the Chalukyan architectural influence seen on a majority of the historical buildings in this heritage town

Situated in Karnataka, Bandipur National Park was once the hunting grounds of the Maharaja of Mysore. It was later established as a reserve in 1974 under Project Tiger and these deciduous forests rich in wildlife have become a popular tourist attraction since then. It is 80 km from Mysore en route to Ooty in Tamil Nadu. Due to a lot of wildlife casualties because of speeding vehicles that go through the park, a ban on traffic between 9 PM to 6 AM has been established to ensure the safety of the animals of the park.


  1. Gopalaswamy Betta - Also known as the Himavad Gopalaswamy Betta, it is a majestic and lofty hill lying in the core area of the Bandipur National Park. Located in the Chamarajanagar district of the state of Karnataka, at the height of 1,450 meters above sea level; the name of the hills gets the prefix Himavad since the mountain is surrounded by mist all year round. Himavad in the native language of Kannada means fog, while Betta in the same language means mountain. The hill is located in the core area of the Bandipur National Park and is frequented by wildlife, especially elephants. This hill is home to a dense forest and is also the highest peak in the park.
  2. Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve - Sprawled across the lush green hills of Nilgiris in the Western Ghats, Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve is an International Biosphere reserve that was recognized as the UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2012. It includes the Mudumalai, Mukurthi, Wayanad, and Bandipur national parks. The biosphere encompasses an area of 5,520 sqm km and is spread across the states of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala. The best way to explore the wildlife of the biosphere reserve is trekking where you can enjoy not only the sights of animals from a close distance but also the splendid views of the Western Ghats.
  3. Nagarhole National Park: Located in the Mysore district of Karnataka, Nagarhole National Park boasts of rich wildlife including both flora and fauna. Located near Bandipur National Park, it is packed with the bounty of raw nature in its best form. Bestowed with the best of wildlife, forest cover, and varied topography, this place offers gushing streams, gentle slopes, and shallow valleys. The place is a paradise for nature lovers and those seeking solitude. A variety of species such as Elephants, Jackals, Tigers, Panthers, Gaurs, Sambars, Spotted Deers, Mongoose, Civet cats, Hyenas, Sloth Bears and over 250 species of birds call this place their home. The park is bounded by the Kabini River on the north while Bandipur National park forms its southern boundaries.

  1. Nagarhole National Park Safari -One of the best ways to explore the landscape and wildlife of Nagarhole National Park is through its jeep safari. Racing through the heart of the Park, you can easily spot some elephants, deer, bison, and lots of birds and Langurs. Details for the same are as follows:-
    Timings - Morning 6:30 AM to 8:30 AM
                       Evening 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM


  • KABINI: Once a private hunting area for the British, this famous wildlife destination has a rich variety of flora and fauna making it a gorgeous tourist spot. Kabini is a perfect place to get away from a busy and hectic schedule and indulge in nature. Kabini has a lot to offer right from the Jungle Safari, boating to trekking in Nagarhole Forest. One of the best wildlife sanctuaries in Karnataka, Kabini is a must-see for all nature lovers and those looking for a perfect vacation amidst the lush greenery and imposing waterfalls. Kabini has in store hints of various elements of nature, be it a huge variety in the plantation, an abundance of wildlife ranging from carnivores to mammals to birds, or the terrain where each type is a part of and a compliment to the other.


  1. Jungle Safari - The jungle safari is a wonderful opportunity for all the environmental enthusiasts to mingle among the variety of flora and fauna. Tourists can spend some enjoyable time here by taking a nature walk under the guidance of tour operators.
  2. Elephant Safari - Where buses cannot be used to venture into the irregular terrain, a tourist can enjoy the royal feel of an elephant safari. With the largest congregation of Asiatic elephants in this reserve, the ride atop the tamed animal is an exquisite experience.
  3. Boating in Kabini - Boating down the Kabini River is a feast for the eyes with the wondrous scenery that is put forth on such a ride. Along with the dense forests, various animals can be seen in their natural habitat while boating.
  4. Kabini Dam - Kabini Dam is located in Mysore District, in the South-Western Indian State of Karnataka. It is built on River Kabini, which is a major tributary of River Cauvery in Southern India. The dam forms an enormous reservoir called the Kabini Reservoir near the town of Sargur and is at a distance of about 60 kilometers from Mysore. The location is picturesque with lush green surroundings and the pristine river water flowing serenely towards its destination. Visitors often come here to experience peace; hence the reservoir is a preferred picnic spot for locals. Many travelers are engineering enthusiasts who love exploring structures across the globe and never miss a chance to visit this engineering marvel in South-West India.

Rameshwaram is one of the holiest places in India and is located on a beautiful island. It is separated by a small Pamban channel from Sri Lanka. According to Hindu mythology, this is the place where Lord Rama created a bridge across the sea to Sri Lanka.


  1. Rameshwaram Temple - A perfect blend of mind-boggling architecture and spiritual significance, Rameshwaram Temple, also known as Ramanathaswamy Temple of Tamil Nadu is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It also boasts of being one of the 12 Jyotirlinga temples of India. Not just spiritually, Rameshwaram Temple is appealing architecturally also. With the longest corridor of the world and immaculate carvings on pillars, it is definitely a treat for your eyes.
  2. Dhanushkodi Temple and Beach - Dhanushkodi was until a few years ago a wonderful temple on the southern tip of India. However, due to a natural calamity, the cyclone got completely washed away. It holds the advantage of being on an island and is exquisitely covered by waters on all four sides of it. It is sandwiched between the Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean. When viewed from a birds-eye, The seas are in the shape of a bow and arrow. The arrowhead is considered to be a sacred place for worship by the Hindus and people from far and wide come there to offer sacred prayers to the deity.
  3. Jatayu Tirtham - Jatayu Tirtham is the holy temple constructed in the memory of Jatayu, who was the most loyal eagle of Rama and who helped Lord Rama at various instances in getting herbs from the mountains
  4. Agnitheertham - One of the 64 sacred baths in Rameshwaram, the Agnitheertham is one of the most important Theertham and receives a large number of tourists each day. Located on the beachside of Sri Ramanathaswamy temple, Agnitheertham is the only Theertham sited outside the temple complex.
  5. Lakshmana Tirtham - Lakshmana Tirtham had been constructed in the loving memory of Lord Lakshman, brother of Lord Rama. In order to offer sacred prayers to Lord Lakshmana, this temple has been constructed in Rameshwaram itself which indicates that Lord Lakshman had been given a valuable place in the dynasty of Lord Rama.
  6. Villoondi Tirtham - Villoondi Tirtham is a beach that is also considered a sacred natural water body and a favorite amongst tourists. It also has a spring inside the sea which makes the attraction a unique one and is often associated with the Legend of Ramayana. It is believed that Lord Rama shot an arrow to create this spring to help his people with drinking water.
  7. Aryaman Beach - Ariyaman Beach is a long stretch of pristine white sand beach famous for its scenic beauty. The clear waters and gentle waves create an irresistible environment for tourists. The beach is also called Khushi Beach and has enough facilities for boating, swimming, and water sports. Those who never wish to leave the beach can opt to stay at one of the cottages by the seashore.

Located in the state of Tamil Nadu, Kodaikanal is one of the most famous honeymoon destinations in India. A Lakeside resort town of Tamil Nadu, Kodaikanal has a beautiful climate, mist-covered manicured cliffs, and a waterfall that come together to create the ideal setting for a perfect getaway. Kodaikanal means 'the gift of the forests'.


  1. Green Valley View (Suicide Point) - Formerly known as Suicide Point, the Green Valley View offers a breathtaking view of the plains, deep valleys, and hills. The mesmerizing view of the Vaigai Dam is an unforgettable experience. It used to be known as a suicide point because of the dangerous valley which is dense and deep; below the point of more than 5000 feet drop.
  2. Kodai Lake - Kodaikanal Lake is a manmade lake in Kodaikanal city which is also known as Kodai Lake. Vera Levinge was the man responsible for the creativity and resources of this lake amidst Kodaikanal town. This lake was developed by the British and early missionaries from the USASA.
  3. Bear Shola Falls - Located at a mere distance of 2 kilometers from Kodaikanal Lake, the Bear Shola Falls is a popular tourist spot in the region. This cascade is a seasonal attraction that comes to life to its fullest during the monsoons when the water flows down from the hilltop making its way through the verdant greenery of the region. An interesting legend behind the unique name of this place is that it was a favorite haunt of a bear who used to frequent this water body to drink water, hence imparting it to the name Bear Shola Falls. The quiet and peaceful atmosphere of this destination is a true haven for those who want to escape from concrete forest parks. A visit to this area will bring one up close and personal with many common and rare species of animals and plants.
  4. Pillar Rocks - Situated in the 'Princess of Hill stations, Kodaikanal, the Pillar Rocks have become a lovely picnic spot. Constituting a beautiful mini garden; the place is named so as it has three vertically positioned boulders reaching up to a height of 400 feet. The aura here is full of affection and is evidence of a great love story. The 'white cross' which once existed on these rocks represented David Gell's excellent tribute to love. The view of rocks is not something to be missed. They stand as an untouched miracle for the tourists visiting Kodaikanal.
  5. Thalaiyar Falls - Also known as Rat Tail Falls, Thalaiyar Falls is located in the lush green slopes of Palani Hill ranges in the Dindigul District, in Kodaikanal. With a height of 297m, it is the highest waterfall in Tamil Nadu, the sixth highest waterfall in India, and the 267th highest in the world. There is a view tower in the park at the Dum Dum Rock, from where you can get a beautiful view of the falls and the Manjalar Dam.
  6. Coakers Walk - Coakers Walk is a beautiful man-made one-kilometer-long walking plaza built on the mountains in the mesmerizing city of Kodaikanal, which is situated in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The lovely path of Coakers Walk that curves by the edge of the gorgeous mountain has been constructed mainly for visitors to get a glimpse of Paradise on Earth. It is a preferred location for morning and evening walks, and admirers of nature visit the location often to capture the wonderful lush green valleys and the hills of Kodaikanal. One can also choose to ride a bicycle to explore the scenic location. The sight is breathtakingly beautiful, and it almost makes one feel like they are walking in the clouds.
  7. Berijam Lake - Berijam Lake is a quaint reservoir near Kodaikanal town in the Dindigul district of Tamil Nadu. It is at the old site of Fort Hamilton and is situated in the upper Palani hills, overlooking the surrounding landscape. Berijam Lake was formed as the result of the construction of a dam with sluice outlets and is part of a micro-watershed development project. The sparkling blue waters of this attraction make for a tranquil spot for nature lovers to enjoy in the lap of Mother Earth, away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Berijam Lake is a flourishing ecological hotspot that hosts many species of animals, birds, plants, and fish. Rich in its flora and fauna, the Berijam Lake is a popular picnic spot amongst locals and is open between the months of October to May for all to enjoy, and you need to obtain formal permission from the Forest Department for the same.
  8. Dolphin's Nose - Kodaikanal is well-known as the Queen of Hill Stations in India. The Dolphin's Nose viewpoint is where you can experience Kodaikanal at its best - plunging valleys, rugged terrain, clear skies, and the splendor of green embellishing the scene. As the name suggests, this viewpoint is based on a flat, protruding piece of rock that is shaped like a dolphin's nose. This forms a visible cliff at the height of 6,600 feet, with the best part being that it is accessible to the public. This destination is perfect for those who desire an adventurous addition to the otherwise laidback trip that Kodaikanal offers.
  9. Fairy Falls - Situated in the beautiful South-Indian station of Kodaikanal, the enchanting Fairy Falls is the source of the Pambar River which joins into the Vaigai River later on. This fall which is the excess of the rural community reservoir flows southwards of the hill. Due to its breathtaking scenic beauty, the Fairy Falls also makes up for a popular picnic spot. One can spend time here with their family and friends while admiring the natural beauty around and relax amidst the lush greenery and pleasant weather.
  10. Vattakanal Falls - Vattakanal Falls situated at a distance of 3 km from the town of Kodaikanal is famous for its rich biodiversity. Surrounded by trees, hills, and lush greenery all around, this attraction makes up for a perfect place to observe the wonder that is nature and all its elements closely. There is also a bridge present near the falls which is amazing for clicking pictures. Some food vendors set up their stalls near these falls and serve local delicacies. In short, this beautiful place is perfect for spending a cheerful picnic with your close loved ones.
  • OOTY: Vattakanal Falls situated at a distance of 3 km from the town of Kodaikanal is famous for its rich biodiversity. Surrounded by trees, hills, and lush greenery all around, this attraction makes up for a perfect place to observe the wonder that is nature and all its elements closely. There is also a bridge present near the falls which is amazing for clicking pictures. Some food vendors set up their stalls near these falls and serve local delicacies. In short, this beautiful place is perfect for spending a cheerful picnic with your close loved ones.

  1. Nilgiri Mountain Railway - Nilgiri Mountain Railway, also known as Toy Train in Ooty, is one of the key attractions of the popular hill station Ooty. Such is the train's popularity and history that it was declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2005. Started in the year 1899, it has continued to charm its visitors over the past many years winding its way through the best of nature.

The Toy Train covers a distance of a total of 46 km in a span of 5 hours and takes one through a truly spectacular journey filled with picturesque views en route. Another fascinating feature of the train is that its youngest X class locomotive is over 50 years old and the oldest is 80 years old

    2. Ooty Lake - Ooty Lake is one of the most refreshing and beautiful places to visit in Ooty. It lies at a distance of approximately 2 km from Ooty city in the green hills of the Nilgiris district. The stunning lake is spread over an area of 65 acres, and its foundation was laid down by John Sullivan who was the collector of Coimbatore in 1824.

     3. Emerald Lake - Emerald Lake is situated in Emerald Village, around 20-22 kilometers from the main city of Ooty, and is a part of the Silent Valley National Park in the Nilgiris District. Serene and away from the maddening crowd, the lake and its surroundings are much cleaner and offer a perfect place to enjoy a leisurely time in the vicinity of nature and quietude.

     4. Ooty Botanical Gardens - Ooty Botanical Gardens lie on the lower slopes of the Doddabetta peak, the Government Botanical Garden is a splendid garden in Udhagamandalam, near Coimbatore in the state of Tamil Nadu. Sprawled over an area of 22 hectares, the garden is divided into several sections that are trimmed beautifully to present an endearing sight

     5. Ooty Rose Garden - Ooty Rose Garden is a mesmerizing garden in the heart of the town of Ooty, in Tamil Nadu. It is also known as the Jayalalithaa Rose Garden, the Nootrandu Roja Poonga, and the Centenary Rose Park. Nature lovers are drawn to the Rose Garden like bees to honey. The view of the lush green garden with areas dedicated to captivatingly fragrant roses is a sight to remember. The flowers add more than just color and attract visitors from all age groups, especially those who are interested in the study of Botany. You are bound to feel like you have entered a different world as you stroll leisurely across the beautifully landscaped garden.

Famous for its intricately carved temples and rock-cut caves, Mamallapuram, or Mahabalipuram as it is famously known, is a historically important and well-loved tourist location situated on the Coromandel Coast along the Bay of Bengal, in the state of Tamil Nadu. Once the abode of the famous demon king Mahabali, Mahabalipuram was later renamed Mamallapuram.

The serenity, the alluring atmosphere, and the impressive setting with many beautiful white sandy beaches dotted with casuarina trees are all reasons why one would want to visit this wonderful town. Some famous tourist spots include the UNESCO world heritage site Group of Monuments like the Shore Temple and the Five Rathas, the Crocodile Bank which is home to some exquisite species of crocodiles and alligators, and the beach resorts in Kovalam and Sadras.


  1. Shore Temple - Built during the 7th century, Shore Temple is one of the oldest South Indian temples constructed in the Dravidian style and depicts the royal taste of the Pallava dynasty. The work of the temple has been listed amongst the World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. It is located in Mahabalipuram and is one of the most photographed monuments in India situated on the shores of the Bay of Bengal.
  2. Mahabalipuram Beach - Also known as Mamallapuram by locals,  Mahabalipuram Beach is situated at a distance of 58 km from Chennai city in Tamil Nadu. The beach lies on the shore of the Bay of Bengal and comprises some rock-cut sculptures which are pleasing to the eyes. It is also famous for caves, massive rathas, chariots, and temples which offer a great spot for the holiday. The Mahabalipuram beach is a perfect place to relax and give yourself a break from deadlines and work pressure on a daily basis. People from near and far flock to the beach especially to enjoy the natural sunbathing offered by the beach. The windsurfers and swimming lovers are bound to have an amazing time at the beach for they are seen doing just that on the shores of the beach.
  3. Arjuna's Penance - The Arjuna's Penance is an enormous rock-cut relief, one of the largest in the whole world, situated in Mahabalipuram of Kanchipuram district, Tamil Nadu. It is also known by the name 'Descent of the Ganges' because the structure depicts either or both of these two significant and symbolic events of Hindu mythology; thus making this attraction spot a favorite among historians, scholars, academics as well as tourists who are enthusiastic about the cultural past of India.
  4. Alamparai Fort - Many do not know the significance of the captivating fort as this long-forgotten trading post is spoken about quite infrequently. In fact, the fort was listed in the International Tourism Fair in Berlin as one of the twenty lesser-known tourist attractions in Tamil Nadu by Tamil Nadu Tourism Development Corporation (TTDC). No matter what the present condition of the Alamparai fort is, the view is sure to take your breath away. As you walk across the enthralling fort, you'll find surprising traces of life in the form of shrubs, creepers, bushes, and trees even on the walls. It almost looks like they are supporting those parts of the structure and help them stand strong even today.
  5. Tiger Caves - Situated by the shore of the Bay of Bengal, Tigers Caves has been a recreation spot for ages where locals relax after their five-kilometer trek from Mahabalipuram to this idyllic location out of the town. The name of the caves has nothing to do with the presence of any real tigers. The caves got this name from the crown of 11 tigeresque heads which were all carved around the entrance. It is believed that these images resemble an animal called 'Yeli' which is a cross between a lion and a tiger. One of the most attractive features of the caves is a carving of Goddess Durga on top of these tigers.
  6. Covelong Beach - Located on the coastline of the Bay of Bengal near the village Covelong, Kovalam Beach was given the name 'Covelong' by the British due to their inefficiency of pronouncing "Kovalam". A perfect retreat amidst palm trees and silver sand, Covelong Beach was once set up as a port by Saadat Ali for Carnatic Nawabs. In 1746 the French took control of the place, and in 1752, the Britishers lead to its destruction. From the centuries earlier to the times after, the Beach has been transformed into one of the best excursion and picnic spots.
  7. Descent of The Ganges - Descent of the Ganges is a monument in Mahabalipuram dedicated to the legend of Goddess Ganga's descent to Earth. There is a giant open-air rock relief carved on two monolithic rock boulders that relate the famous legend of Bhagirath doing penance and leading the Goddess onto the earth. Some historians also believe that the carving is of Arjuna's penance instead to receive Pasupatha Astra to defeat the Kauravas
  8. Krishna's Butter Ball - Krishna's butterball is a gigantic granite Boulder measuring 6 meters high and 5 meters wide and weighs over 250 tons. This strange object in the town of Mahabalipuram is said to be in the same position for over 1200 years. At one point in its history, seven elephants were employed to move it, but to no avail. It is believed that the rock is a piece of stolen butter dropped by God.
  9. Mamallapuram Lighthouse - Mamallapuram Lighthouse in Mahabalipuram has been open for public view since 2011. The circular masonry tower of the Lighthouse is made of natural stones and is fully functional since 1904. Climbing on the stones and atop the Lighthouse (yes, you are allowed to climb) can be a real treat. From the top, the view is capable of captivating its audience.
  10. Wide Beach - Located en route to Mahabalipuram from Chennai, Wide Beach is a beautiful stretch of beach predominated by the fisher folks. The beach also has beautiful caves and rock sculptures on the shore. You can visit the beach to spend a day away from the pell-mell of the city and watch the beautiful sunrise and sunset scenes
  • MADURAI: Madurai, the cultural capital of Tamil Nadu, is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities of India. Ruled by Pandya kings for the longest time in its history, it is called the 'Lotus City' as it was planned and built in the shape of a lotus. Madurai is known for Meenakshi Amman Temple, dedicated to the goddess Meenakshi with a sanctum for her consort, Sundareshwarar.

  1. Madurai Meenakshi Amman Temple - The historic Meenakshi Amman temple is located on the southern bank of the Vaigai River, Madurai, Tamil Nadu. Built sometime between the years 1623 and 1655, the wonderful architecture of the place is renowned globally. Meenakshi Temple is primarily dedicated to Parvati, known as Meenakshi, and her spouse, Shiva. What makes this temple different from the others is the fact that both God and Goddess are worshipped together.
  2. Thirumalai Nayakar Mahal -Thirumalai Nayakar Palace was erected in 1636 AD in the city of Madurai, by King Thirumalai Nayak. The palace depicts the perfect blend of Dravidian and Rajput styles. After Independence, this palace was declared as a national monument and to date continues to be one of the spectacular monuments of Southern India. The magnificent palace is located in the vicinity of the very famous Meenakshi Amman Temple.
  3. Vaigai Dam - Vaigai Dam, a magnificent human-made structure, is constructed over River Vaigai near Andipatti, Theni District in the South Indian State of Tamil Nadu. Andipatti lies about 70 kilometers from Madurai and travelers on their way to Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary often visit this massive and wondrous dam. Over the years, the site has become a favorite picnic spot as it gets beautifully illuminated in the evenings especially on weekends, and one can spend hours admiring the splendid view. The soft and warm sunrises by the reservoir are worth experiencing too.
  4. Alagar Koil -Alagar Koil is an exquisite temple situated in the northeast of Madurai. The temple is the resting place of Lord Vishnu and is the sacred place for several followers of Lord Vishnu in the region.
  5. Meghamalai -Often known as the “High Wavy Mountains”, Meghamalai is a petit yet beautiful place located in the Western Ghats in the state of Tamil Nadu. At an elevation of 1500 meters, this place is a perfect getaway to beat the heat and enjoy some peaceful time relaxing amidst nature. Nestled between the evergreen forest this place is filled with the fresh aroma of cardamom, cinnamon, and pepper. The lush green tea plantations will give you an opportunity to sip fresh piping tea and enjoy a lazy stroll amidst nature replete with flora and fauna.
  6. Samanar Hills -Located in Keelakuyilkudi village near Madurai, Samanar Hills, or Samanar Malai is a beautiful hill rock complex that was originally home to Tamil Jain monks. The hill caves are a popular place of tourism and have elaborate carvings and drawings of the monks, on the interior walls. The spot also has a beautiful lotus temple located on the premises
  7. Gandhi Museum -The Gandhi Memorial Museum serves as a remembrance and tribute to the efforts of our very own father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi. Established in 1959 in his cherished memory, eleven years after his demise, it is one of the few Gandhi Museums in the country. Located in the heart of Madurai, the museum houses a wealth of remarkable mementos associated with Indian history such as the bloodstained cloth Gandhi was wearing when he was assassinated in 1948. It is one of the five great Gandhi Museums in the country which depicts the life of the Father of the nation and India's freedom struggle from 1757 until 1947.
  • Coimbatore: Often termed as 'Manchester of South India', Coimbatore, the second-largest city in Tamil Nadu, photographically situated on the banks of River Noyyal. Coimbatore, also known as Kovai, is a welcoming area with the backdrop of hustle-bustle and charm of activity and industry. From ancient temples to classy new buildings, from breathtaking mountains to jaw-dropping waterfalls, from mouth-watering cuisine to pleasant weather all year round, Coimbatore has everything you could possibly need to make for a perfect holiday experience. Coimbatore is home to a massive 112 feet tall statue of Lord Shiva, known as the Adiyogi Shiva Statue. Featured in the Guinness Book of World Records, this architectural masterpiece is a very popular tourist spot in Coimbatore and stands as a symbol of self-transformation and inner peace.

  1. Vydehi Falls - The Vydehi waterfalls is situated some 35 km away from Coimbatore city. People who pay a visit to Coimbatore must make it a point to visit the Vydehi waterfalls, as it is one of the most familiar waterfalls and is highly known for its magnificence.
  2. Adiyogi Shiva Statue - Surrounded by verdant green farms at the foothills of the Velliangiri Mountains in the Western Ghats, Adiyogi Shiva Statue is the world’s biggest bust statue dedicated to the famous Hindu deity Shiva, which is carved out of 500 tonnes of steel. Located in the Isha Yoga Complex in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, the sculpture stands tall at a height of 112 feet.
  3. Kovai Kondattam - Kovai Kondattam is an amusement park located about 2 kilometers away from Perur, in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. A fun-filled destination ideal for spending hours of unending entertainment with friends and family, Kodai Kondattam is an eco-friendly theme park. The park was built by Tamil actor Vijay and caters to a large base of visitors with its numerous water-based and dry rides. This destination is not only a popular picnic spot but is also an unlikely venue for conferences, parties, receptions, and corporate bookings. Visit this destination for a thrilling adventure.
  4. Marudhamalai Hill Temple - The Marudhamalai hill temple is located at a towering height of 500 ft in the highland on the Western Ghats. 15 km away to the northwest of Coimbatore city, the temple has an excellent invigorating atmosphere. Vehicles are allowed to pass through the Marudhamalai temple and the devasthanam has granted three buses from the low slope of the hill to get through the temple on top.
  5. Sree Ayyappan Temple - Located in the center of the city of Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu, India; the Sree Ayyappan Temple is a significant temple that is dedicated to Lord Sree Ayyappa. This temple in Coimbatore has been built on the same lines as the original Sabarimala Temple in Kerala and thus is rightly honored as the second Sabarimala Temple by devotees. In fact, not only the style of architecture but also the styles and methods of performing pooja at both temples are similar. A visit to the Ayyappan Temple would thus make you feel as if you are in Kerala.
  • COONOOR: One of the three beautiful Nilgiri hill stations, Coonoor is the second largest hill station of the Western Ghats. It is situated at an altitude of 1930 meters and just 19 km from Ooty. With slopes of tea plantations, dotted with many attractions, and blessed with chilly weather throughout the year, this place is a perfect summer retreat.

Coonoor is a delightful location to have a panoramic view of the Nilgiri Hills and Catherine Falls. It is a dreamy destination for its rich greenery, the manicured hills, Colonial culture, and amazing sceneries. Coonoor also has some heritage homes and guesthouses admit the hills that are perfect for a vacation.

  1. Sim's Park - An excellent and delightful treasure trove of some of the most exquisite plant species in the world, Sim's Park is an outstanding sightseeing destination in Coonoor that boasts of being home to over one thousand different species of flora. All of these different plants and trees are scattered all across the park, and a walk through the lush greenery and colorful, vibrant flowers provides refreshment, inner peace, and tranquillity, not to forget the unique and beautiful views.
  2. Dolphin's Nose - Located about 12 km away from Coonoor is the Dolphin's Nose about 1,500 meters above sea level. The tip of the peak of this enormous rock resembles a dolphin's nose and this is one of the most visited tourist spots in The Nilgiris District of Tamil Nadu.
  3. Ketti Valley - Located in the beautiful hills extending from Coonoor to Ooty in Tamil Nadu is the beautiful Ketti Valley. The best way to visit this beautiful valley that is if you want to really feel its beauty is to take the toy train which is like a 20-25 minute ride.
  4. Hidden Valley - Hidden Valley is all about exploring the unexplored places of Coonoor. This inaccessible place is an unusual location that gives its visitors a scenic picturesque. Hence making it a thrilling place to visit. Nestled on verdant greenery on the outskirts of Coonoor, this place is an excellent getaway for adventure enthusiasts. Mountaineering, rock climbing, and trekking are the other attractions of Hidden Valley.
  5. Lamb's Rock - The Lamb's Rock is just 8 km outside Coonoor while on the way to Dolphin's Nose. The place provides some fascinating views of the Coimbatore Plains and the Coonoor hills.
  • Tiruchirappalli: A treasure trove of ancient Dravidian temples, Tiruchirappalli is also known as Trichy, is one of the largest cities in Tamil Nadu. Commonly known as Trichy, it lies 320 kilometers away from the state capital of Chennai. Located on the banks of the Cauvery River, this city is an effortless blend of old and new.The oldest living city of Tamil Nadu, Tiruchirappalli has a history dating back to the 3rd century BC. The historic site of Rockfort is the main highlight of this region. Packed with cave temples, it is the most beautiful example of temple architecture

  1. Sri Ranganatha Swamy Temple - This is a Hindu temple dedicated to Sri Ranganatha, a reclining form of the Hindu deity Maha Vishnu, situated in Srirangam. It is one of the most acclaimed temples of South India and has played a pivotal role in Vaishnavism history. It is located on an island between the Kaveri and Kollidam rivers. This has made it prone to flooding and plundering by armies like that of Delhi Sultanate. The temple was rebuilt in the 14th century and expanded in the 16th and 17th centuries with more gopurams (tower gateways).
  2. Tiruchirappalli Rock Fort - If you are planning to delve yourself into the history of fierce battles, then Tiruchirappalli Rock Fort is an ideal place for you. It is a famous historical fortification and temple complex built on an ancient rock that is said to be 3.8 billion years old. This makes it the oldest formations in the world; also older than the Himalayas. The fort complex has witnessed many historic battles between the Madurai Nayakas and the Adil Shah dynasty of Bijapur, Maratha Imperial Forces, and the Carnatic region.

  1. UGADI - This festival falls on the first day of Chaitra, according to the Lunar calendar; this festival even marks the Chandramana New Year in the month of March-April in Karnataka.
  2. Pattadakal Dance Festival/ Chalukya Dance Festival: The first thing that comes to mind when one mentioned the word "Pattadakkal" is the group of temples which deemed as world heritage sites. The world heritage site, Pattadakal looks its very best during the grand music and dance gala, Pattadakkal Dance Festival. Constructed between the 7th and 8th centuries, the Pattadakkal group of temples provides the perfect venue for the dance festival. The festival is organized by Karnataka tourism with the purpose to bring together local artists and celebrate their art on the international stage. "The Patadakkal Dance Festival" is also known as the "Chalukya Dance Festival" because Patadakkal was once the capital of the Chalukyan king.
  3. Dussehra: Dussehra festival is celebrated in an extravagant manner in Karnataka or to be more precise in Mysore. Locally the festival celebration is called Nadahabba.The Royal family of Mysore takes a keen interest and active participation in the celebrations of the Dussehra festival. It is a ten days long festival out of which the first six days are dedicated to Goddess Saraswati, the goddess of learning. The eighth day is dedicated to Goddess Durga. While the ninth day is the day of the goddess of wealth, Lakshmi. On the tenth day, a big lively procession goes from the Mysore Palace to Bannimantap. On the days of the Dussehra festival, there is a flood of light everywhere. The Mysore Palace glows. The city becomes a majestic paradise. The feeling of joy can be felt in the air
  4. Tula Sankramana: Tula Sankramana is a religious festival of Karnataka which is performed with much devotion and sincerity. The festival is actually celebrated in the district of Coorg or Kodagu in the state of Karnataka in India. Tula Sankramana is celebrated in the month of October when there is pleasant weather all over declaring an absolute festive mood. Not only have the people in the district of Coorg but also those living in other parts of the state as well as of the country waited eagerly for this festival of devotion and happiness. There is a common belief regarding the celebration of the Tula Sankramana in Karnataka. People are of firmly believe that the Goddess Cauvery comes to this place on this auspicious occasion. So hundreds of people look at the small tank there and think that they are being blessed with the sight of the Goddess. This event is popularly called the Theerthodbhava. Such a deep faith in religion and tradition can only be seen in a country like India. They believe that the impossible can be made possible if you have faith in yourself.
  5. Hampi Festival: Hampi Festival or Vijaya Utsav is one of the most outstanding festivals in the state of Karnataka. In this festival, people are so full of joy and happiness that the entire ambiance becomes colorful and lively. Hampi Festival in Karnataka is celebrated in the city of Hampi in the months of October as well as November. This celebration is one of dance, music, and drama. It is celebrated by each and everyone in the middle of a hundred years old rocks and ruins. The enthusiasm of Vijaya Utsav of Karnataka is so intense that in the month of October innumerable people who have a passion for joy, art, dance, music, and drama come to the Hampi village from all the corners of the country as well as the world. They take part in this festival with deep curiosity and fulfillment. The grandeur of the Hampi Festival at Karnataka can never be described in words. You will have to go to the place to see yourself how gaudily people can celebrate a festival. To add to this glamour are the arrangements made by the government of Karnataka.
  6. VAIRAMUDI - The state of Karnataka witnesses a dollop of fairs and festivals throughout the year. The Vairamudi festival is a grand occasion celebrated on the fourth day of Brahmotsavam during the months of March-April. The Vairamudi festival of Karnataka is held in Melkote at the Cheluvanarayana temple each year.

The festive mood is always in the air for Karnataka. This state is always filled with charm, grace, and significance that can be witnessed in its festivals. The vibes that have been created by the festivals of Karnataka have become successful in depicting the religious and cultural aspects of the state. Among them, a highly well-known festival is the Vairamudi festival. 

The deity of Cheluvanarayaswami is worshiped with a diamond-studded crown which is known as the Vairamudi crown on the day of the Vairamudi festival. The crown which is brought from the Mysore Palace is welcomed with lots of enthusiasm and charm. The lord of the Vairamudi festival then goes out for a city ride escorted by his companions and followers. Flowers collected from different places make this procession more colorful. Thousands of swooning devotees from distant places gather there to observe this majestic festival. They sing devotional songs in the name of the lord.

  1. Kambala: The Kambala festival of Karnataka has a different charm. Though being mainly a rural festival, the Kambala festival is celebrated with much pomp and gaiety by the urban populace of Karnataka. The Kambala buffalo race is one of the major attractions of this grand festival. The word festival implies an occasion of joy and merriment. To be candid, every heritage and every culture has its own distinctive festivals. So has the Indian cultural scenario. Each year in India opens with a festival and closes with another one. Coming to the Karnataka festivals, one can find a culture that is so well nourished by the Karnataka people. Rural life is full of emotions and enthusiasm. Kambala festival which takes place in the months between November and March every year is long-awaited by the people there. This festival is popular because of the buffalo race that takes place.
  2. Karaga: Karnataka is the best place in India to observe a large variety of fairs and festivals. This festival of Karnataka represents the heritage and culture of Karnataka. The Karaga festival of Karnataka is a nine-day tradition of the Vanikula Kshatriya Thigalas community. Karaga Festival of Karnataka is celebrated in the month of April on a full moon day which is according to the Hindu calendar the Chaitra month. The Karaga festival in Karnataka is held at the Dhamaraya Swamy Temple which is located in Bangalore. Karaga Festival observes the worshiping of the community deity, Debi Adishakti Draupadi. On the evening of the Karaga day, the priest dresses in female attire symbolizing himself as goddess Draupadi. He then leads a procession where the dhoti-clad Thigalars escorts him all through.

The priest in the attire of the goddess Draupadi leaves the temple at midnight wearing a yellow sari, bangles, and mangal sutra which is a sacred chain of married women. People from all over the state and especially from Bangalore wait throughout the day to have a glimpse of the goddess Draupadi.

  1. Kadalekayi Parishe: Karnataka is a state where fairs and festivals are intimately related to its people. Karnataka cannot be read in isolation without its occasions and festivals. The Kadalekayi Parishe festival is among those festivals which are celebrated by people of a different religion with joy and merriment.

The fairs and festivals of Karnataka have a significance of their own. These festivals also help to build a fellow feeling and brotherhood among the people. Festivals reflect the cultural background of a community. The Kadalekayi Parishe festival is one of those kinds which is being practiced by the farmers and replicates a traditional way of worshiping by them.

The Kadalekayi Parishe of Karnataka is popularly known as the groundnut festival in Karnataka. The Kadalekayi Parishe festival is basically a welcome ceremony celebrated by the farmers to welcome the first yield of the groundnut crop. The farmers come every year to pray in the Bull Temple every year to get the blessings of God for a good harvest. 

  1. Huthri: Huthri is a traditional harvest festival of Karnataka widely known for the variety of dances and folk songs that are performed on the day of the festival. This harvest festival is celebrated in different parts of the state during the months of November-December.

There is a trend among Indian farmers to celebrate the harvest seasons by worshiping God. The tradition prevails among the Indian farmers because they are more religious and always seek the favor of God. Huthri of Karnataka is a harvest festival celebrated in areas around Coorg in Karnataka. 

During the months of November-December, the paddy fields of Karnataka become prepared to be harvested. This is undoubtedly a very happy moment for the farmers. The paddy becomes ready to cut. The Huthri festival of Karnataka is celebrated at that time. Harvesting begins when the head of the family formally cuts a handful of paddy on a full moon night. 

  1. Banashankari Fair: Banashankari Fair is one of the popular fairs of Karnataka that is celebrated with extreme merriment. Fairs and festivals form the heart of one's own culture.

All the culturally inclined regions have their own fairs and festivals which are very unique in nature. The state of Karnataka also enjoys a large number of traditional and religious fairs and festivals at different times of the year. 

Fairs and festivals have always been an integral part of life and it gives enough scope to breathe under the sky. Fairs and festivals give a wide space for social interaction and they help to build up the brotherhood feeling. Taking a close glimpse of Karnataka, this place also celebrates the diversity of occasions in its land. Among them, the Banashankari Fair is one of the significant fairs.

  1. Pongal - Celebrated for four simultaneous days, this festival is one of the most important festivals of Tamil Nadu. Pongal is the harvest festival in Tamil Nadu which is celebrated for 4 days. All four days have their sort of importance as well as celebrations and rituals. The four days celebration of Pongal in Tamil Nadu starts with the day named Bhogi. Prayers to Lord Indra are made on this day. New things are bought. Old things are burnt in the bonfire. The next day, on Thai Pongal, people wear new clothes and couples make offerings of sugarcane and coconut into the river. Cows are highly decorated on the third day. Cows are worshipped. On the last day of this harvest festival of Tamil Nadu, Kaanum Pongal, families take a visit to their relatives. Gifts are exchanged, and the festival ends on a happy note.
  2. Thiruvaiyaru Festival – Thiruvaiyaru is a famous music festival that is celebrated in Thanjavur in Tamil Nadu. Saint Thyagaraja is a renowned music composer and this festival is dedicated to him. On Pushya Bahula Panchami day, Saint Thyagaraja attained Samadhi and so this festival is celebrated every year on this day. Every year in the month of January, a lot of composers come to Thanjavur for attending the festivities of this grand festival.
  3. Thaipusam - Thaipusam is celebrated on the full moon day of the Thai month in the Tamil Calendar in Tamil Nadu. The younger son of Lord Shiva was born on this day. His name is Lord Subramaniam. People take vows and keep them. They believe that if they would take vows in front of Lord Subramaniam, he would ensure that they keep their vows forever. The important ritual observed on this day is the sight of the Kavadi Bearer. They carry a Kavadi on their shoulder, which is a wooden stick with two pots attached at both ends of it. They wear dresses like that of a Pandaren. Pandaren is the people who live on alms alone. These devotees prefer to hold the pots empty at the beginning and fill them by asking and begging for alms.
  4. Natyanjali Dance Festival - The festival of dances. Dance has been considered to be the greatest way of connecting with their souls and thus in turn connecting with our Oversoul, the Lord. Dance has been a crucial part of Indian culture throughout the ages. Lord Siva has a form known as Nataraja. This festival is celebrated to offer tribute to Lord Nataraja who is believed to be the Lord of dances. He is the most powerful and the most loved God in the Hindu tradition. The Nataraja temple at Chidambaram in Tamil Nadu is the place where one can observe this dance festival in its greatest form.
  5. Mahamaham - Kumbakonam is the small town of Tamil Nadu where this festival is celebrated every 12 years. It is organized in a massive way. This festival has the grandeur of both Indian as well as Greek festivals. People gather near a tank called Mahamaham Tank to take a bath. Taking a bath from that Tank is considered as sacred as taking a bath in the Kumbh organized in the northeast state of Prayag Raj in India.

Tamil New Year’s Day

The Tamil New Year’s Day festival is observed in April as the middle of April is the beginning of the first month of the Tamil calendar, Puthandu. The culture of making designs and patterns with flowers, colors, and rice is very popular in south India. On this day, women can be seen making beautiful Kolams or Rangolis in front of their houses. The entrance of the house is decorated.


South India Budget Tour Package

3Nights / 4Days

Mysore (01 Night) - Ooty (02 Nights)
₹ 11000
₹ 9979
Per Person Cost
South India Tourism Package

4Nights / 5Days

Ooty (02 Nights) Kodaikanal (02 Nights)
₹ 15800
₹ 13179
Per Person Cost
South India Family Tour Packages

5Nights / 6Days

Mysore (01 Night) Wayanad (02 Nights) Ooty (02 Nights)
₹ 18000
₹ 16599
Per Person Cost
South India Deluxe Tour Package

6 Nights / 7 Days

Tirupati( 01 Night )- Mysore(01 Nights)- Coorg(02 Nights)- Ooty(02 Nights)
₹ 20700
₹ 18379
Per Person Cost


Day 01
Rice, Aloo Bhaji, Dal, Fish curry, Chatni, Papad
Rice, Aloo Bhaji, Dal, Fish curry, Chatni, Papad
Day 02
Puri, Sabji, Tea / Coffee
Rice, Chips, Dal, Fish portion, Chatni, Papad
Rice / Roti, Dal, Mix Veg /Similar, Chicken Masala
Day 03
Bread, Omelet, Tea / Coffee
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  • In case if any sightseeing is not done due to weekly closure, alternative sightseeing will be done for the same.
  • The tour price mentioned for this tour is for Indian nationals only.
  • The tour price varies for foreign nationals, for more details kindly contact our Travotic Team.
  • NRIs and Foreign nationals please ensure proper identity is conveyed to the booking executive at the time of booking and all details along with passport copies are handed over to the booking executive.
  • The Standard Check-in and check-out time of hotels in India is generally 12.30 PM and 11 AM respectively.

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In the event of cancellation of tour/travel services due to any avoidable/unavoidable reason/s, we must be notified of the same in writing. Cancellation charges will be effective from the date we receive advice in writing, and cancellation charges would be as follows:

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In case you cancel the trip after commencement, the refund would be restricted to a limited amount only which too would depend on the amount that we would be able to recover from the hoteliers/ contractors we patronize. For unused hotel accommodation, chartered transportation & missed meals, etc. we do not bear any responsibility to refund.

  1. Please note that after the finalization of the Tour/ service Cost, if there are any Hike in entrance fees of monuments/museums, Taxes, fuel cost, or guide charges – the same would be charged as extra.
  2. As per the Government directive, you are requested to produce your photo identity document such as Driving License/Voter ID Card/Passport/Ration Card at the point of check-in at the hotel. We appreciate your cooperation.
  3. In case of non-availability of requested hotel/hotels, we will provide accommodation in a similar category of hotel/hotels.
  4. If there is any unavoidable incident occur during the tour, Travotic Holidays ( Powered by Travotic Hospitality Pvt Ltd ) will not be labile for any responsibility
  5. There will be no refund for any No Show / Unutilized services.
  6. The itinerary may be modifying based on various factors like maintenance of monuments/museums/major like spots conventions, religious festivals, etc.
  7. Itinerary timings on the tour are approximate and may be subject to change.
  8. Transfers and sightseeing on a SIC basis mean transport through a comfortable coach/bus/van depending on the total number of passengers traveling with you on that same tour. Please note that Travotic Holidays ( Powered by Travotic Hospitality Pvt Ltd ) will be putting together all the passengers arriving around the same time and dropping them at their respective hotels. You may talk to our holiday experts about private transfers/ transport facilities, which will be made available at an additional cost.
  9. The customer needs to avail of the SIC from the scheduled pick-up point at the scheduled time. Travotic Holidays ( Powered by Travotic Hospitality Pvt Ltd ) is not responsible if the pick-up is missed due to a customer’s delay.
  10. All personal extras such as laundry, room service, alcohol, minibar, telephone bills, pre-paid or post-paid SIM cards, etc. will be on a direct payment basis by the traveler to the service provider and Travotic Holidays ( Powered by Travotic Hospitality Pvt Ltd )will not be liable for the same at any point of time.

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This Ajodhya hills tour is awesome for a short tour. We went from Kolkata to Ajodhya by car. The scenic beauty of the hill is awesome and the route is also very beautiful. The view of the lakes is very nice. The hotel is Good especially Food. Well organized by Travotic holidays Team. Thanks to Mr. Abhijit for advising such a good weekend destination. - Mr. Suman Mukherjee

Suman Mukherjee

Thanks Travotic Holidays, for organizing an awesome trip. It was so well organized. We went Ajodhya hills Purulia, visited upper – Local Dam, Mathaburo pujo and Falls. Hotel was fine , Car was Brand New and Driver Mithun is a nice person with good knowledge. Special thanks to Mrs.Arpita Saha her cooperation.She customised our tour program so beautifully.Hotels were pretty good,in nice location.

Ms Alpana Ghosh

Decent trip organizer for weekend Destination. Visited Ajodhya last week. hotels and Car and Services provided are of top-notch.

Md. Nehal Anwar

  • In case if any sightseeing is not done due to weekly closure, alternative sightseeing will be done for the same.
  • The tour price mentioned for this tour is for Indian nationals only.
  • The tour price varies for foreign nationals, for more details kindly contact our Travotic Teams.
  • NRIs and Foreign nationals please ensure proper identity is conveyed to the booking executive at the time of booking and all details along with passport copies are handed over to the booking executive.
  • The Standard Check-in and check-out time of hotels in India is generally 12.30 PM and 11 AM respectively.
  • By Air: Chennai International Airport (MAA), about 21 kilometers from the city center, is the fourth busiest airport in India. Domestic flights run from the Kamaraj Terminal, while international flights operate from the Anna Terminal. Air India, Jet Airways, IndiGo, SpiceJet, and Alliance Air are the main domestic airlines operating from Chennai Airport. Direct flights to international destinations such as Sharjah, Mauritius, London, Dubai, Singapore, and Frankfurt are available from the airport in Chennai.

In the event of cancellation of tour/travel services due to any avoidable/unavoidable reason/s, we must be notified of the same in writing. Cancellation charges will be effective from the date we receive advice in writing, and cancellation charges would be as follows:

60 days before arrival: 10% of the Tour/service cost
45 days before arrival: 20% of the Tour/service cost
15 days before arrival: 25% of the Tour/service cost
10 days before arrival: 50% of the Tour/service cost

07 days before arrival: Non Refundable

NOTE: In the case of Special Trains Journeys and peak season hotel bookings a separate cancellation policy is applicable (which can be advised as and when required).

Refund for hotel payment will follow the hotel’s cancellation policy
Train tickets cancellations will follow the Railway’s policy
Flight tickets cancellations will follow the airline's company policy

In case you cancel the trip after commencement, refund would be restricted to a limited amount only which too would depend on the amount that we would be able to recover from the hoteliers/ contractors we patronize. For unused hotel accommodation, chartered transportation & missed meals, etc. we do not bear any responsibility to refund.

  1. Please note that after the finalization of the Tour/ service Cost, if there are any Hike in entrance fees of monuments/museums, Taxes, fuel cost, or guide charges – the same would be charged as extra.
  2. As per the Government directive, you are requested to produce your photo identity document such as Driving License/Voter ID Card/Passport/Ration Card at the point of check-in at the hotel. We appreciate your cooperation.
  3. In case of the non-availability of requested hotels/hotels, we will provide accommodation in a similar category of hotel/hotels.
  4. If there is any unavoidable incident occur during the tour, Travotic will not be labile for any responsibility
  5. There will be no refund for any No Show / Unutilized services.
  6. The itinerary may be modifying based on various factors like maintenance of monuments/museums/major like spots conventions, religious festivals, etc.
  7. Itinerary timings on the tour are approximate and may be subject to change.
  8. Transfers and sightseeing on a SIC basis mean transport through a comfortable coach/bus/van depending on the total number of passengers traveling with you on that same tour. Please note that Travotic Holidays will be putting together all the passengers arriving around the same time and dropping them at their respective hotels. You may talk to our holiday experts about private transfers/ transport facilities, which will be made available at an additional cost.
  9. The customer needs to avail of the SIC from the scheduled pick-up point at the scheduled time. Travotic Holidays are not responsible if the pick-up is missed due to the customer’s delay.
  10. All personal extras such as laundry, room service, alcohol, minibar, telephone bills, pre-paid or post-paid SIM cards, etc. will be on a direct payment basis by the traveler to the service provider & Travotic Holidays will not be liable for the same at any point of time.

Tamil New Year’s Day