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Madurai Cultural Capital of Tamil Nadu|Fe

Madurai or ‘Thoonga Nagaram’ (The city that never sleeps) is the cultural capital of Tamil Nadu with a strong Tamil history and is one of the seats of the Tamil Sangam literature.
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Time & Location

Jul 24, 2019, 10:00 PM – Jul 29, 2019, 2:00 AM
Bangalore International Airport Pvt LTD., Kempegowda Int'l Airport Rd, Hunachur, Karnataka 560300, India

Trip Details

TOUR OVERVIEW

Madurai or ‘Thoonga Nagaram’ (The city that never sleeps) is the cultural capital of Tamil Nadu with a strong Tamil history and is one of the seats of the Tamil Sangam literature. The city has been ruled by several kings including the Pandyas, Cholas, Madurai Nayaks and the British.

Hand painted floor tiles, mammoth luxurious mansions etched with Belgian glass and fine antiques from across the world, Traditional Tamil handloom mills, spicy food – Karaikudi is sure to overwhelm the senses of any traveler.

We then head to Rameshwaram – we cross the bridge from the mainland to this island, where people go to absolve themselves of their sins. But Rameshwaram is beyond its temples – the eerie history of Dhanushkodi, the inspiring abode of Late President Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam – the place has this and more to offer.

Note: We can customize for travelers arriving from other cities.

ITINERARY

Day 1 - 24 Jul 2019

Leave Bangalore around 10 PM to Madurai. It would be an overnight journey. Reach the historic town by 6:00 AM on 25th July. If you wish to join from some other city, refer MORE INFO section.

Day 2 - 25 Jul 2019

Reach early morning and freshen up. After breakfast, we will set out to explore the temple city of Madurai. Understand the city’s history and explore the attractions here including the Thirumalai Nayakkar Mahal, Meenakshi Amman Temple and the shopping complexes around. If time permits, visit Azhagar Kovil and Pazhamudhir Solai. Stay in Madurai.

Day 3 - 26 Jul 2019

Leave for Karaikudi early morning after breakfast. Have the local tour of the town with experiences of saree weaving and tile making added in. Also explore the huge mansions of Kanadukathan. Stay in Karaikudi.

Day 4 - 27 Jul 2019

We will proceed to Rameshwaram after an early breakfast. We will visit Pamban bridge on the way. Check in and proceed to visit Dhanushkodi. Dhanushkodi is a ghost town which was declared unfit for living by the government post the disastrous 1964 cyclone. Did you know the story behind the train that disappeared into the sea? Know it all today. Stay at Rameshwaram.

Day 5 - 28 Jul 2019

After an early breakfast, we will visit the Rameswaram temple and leave for Madurai. Today is the day to explore Sethukarai, the region mentioned in Ramayana, from where Ram is said to have built the bridge to Lanka. We will also visit the temple that houses the 6 feet tall Emerald idol of Shiva. Reach Madurai by evening and refresh. Post dinner, onward journey to Bangalore at night.

Price:20,900+5%GST

Inclusions

All meals for 4 days – Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and two tea/coffee

Transport in an AC vehicle throughout the trip

All stay on twin sharing basis.

All entry, parking and permit charges.

Volvo Overnight Bus tickets from Bangalore to Madurai and back.

Exclusions

Tips

Shopping

Food other than inclusions. Personal expenses

Insurance

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