Tamil Nadu has the longest coastline in India, as well as several beautiful Hindu temples such as Kapaleeswarar Temple, Balaji Temple, and Kailasanatha Temple, and some excellent places to dine. Temples in Tamil Nadu are among the most popular tourist sites, with a charm and atmosphere that draws worshippers from all over the world. Discover the genuine spirituality of India with our Classic Temple Trip in Tamil Nadu, where our 3N/4D tour takes you to some of the state's most spirit-stirring locations. To guarantee a comprehensive spiritual experience, the journey includes a visit to Tirupati Balaji in Andhra Pradesh. Visit the beautiful Mahabalipuram Seashore Temple and take a diversion to the town's and Chennai's beautiful beaches (Marina Beach). Kabilesh Tours not only provides the greatest vacation packages, but also acts as your genuine trip companion. During your trip with us, we make every effort to meet your every need., In addition, our vacation packages offer the best services, whether it is hotel, food, or transportation.
Tirupati is a city in the Andhra Pradesh state of India. Its Sri Venkateswara Temple, which lies atop one of the Tirumala Hills' seven summits, attracts many Hindu pilgrims. The temple is in Sri Venkateswara National Park, which also houses the Sri Venkateswara Zoological Park, which has lions and primates. Sri Kapileswara Swamy Temple is devoted to Lord Shiva and is located beside a sacred waterfall and cave. In this ancient temple, all the major dynasties of kings of the southern peninsula have paid devotion to Lord Sri Venkateswara. Mind body soul coordination is amazing during the visit to this place. Mahabalipuram is known for its temples and monuments, particularly the well-known Shore Temple. Arjuna's Penance, the Crocodile Farm, the Cave temples, the Indian Seashell Museum, and Krishna's Butterball are some of the other prominent tourist sites in Mahabalipuram. No wonder that you will surrender yourself to this place.
Though it is open all year, the summers are very scorching. Some tourists visit during the monsoon season because it gives the area a new appearance. The ideal time to come, however, is during the colder months of October through March, according to most visitors.
Upon your arrival, our representative from Kabilesh Tours will receive and assist for your onward transfer to Tirupati Tirumala via Kalahasthi, one of the Five temples representing the elements of Universe. The temple dedicated to Lord Shiva at Kalahasthi is called as Vayu Linga, representing the element Air. Once visiting the temple, resume your drive to Tirupati. After reaching Tirupati, check into the hotel and the rest of the day is at your leisure. Overnight stay at Tirupati.
This day is for worshipping Lord Venkateshwara. Marvel the design of the temple and the large idol of the premium deity. Tirupati temple houses the world's one of the largest kitchens feeding more than one lakh devotees every day. The temple celebrates a festival every day and festivals' count exceeds the number of days in a year. Worship the presiding deity and visit other smaller sub-shrines inside the temple premises. Overnight stay at Tirupati.
After the spiritual visit to Venkateswara Temple, the attracting spot of Hindu pilgrims we will move ahead to Chennai, the metropolis of India which serves as the gateway of the culture of South India. Our executives will show you different places during your return journey where you can collect much more valuable memories with you.