Southern Panorama Tour Packages 17 Nights 18 Days (Group Tour) (Start Rs 20500/-) Per Person

Southern Panorama Tour Packages 17 Nights 18 Days (Group Tour) (Start Rs 20500/-) Per Person

Southern Panorama Tour

Day 01: Departure from your own particular Country

Get onto the flight for Chennai.

Day 02: Arrive Chennai

Upon landing in Chennai International airplane terminal meet with our delegate at entry parlor and exchange to the inn. Overnight stay at inn.

Day 03: Chennai - Kanchipuram - Mahabalipuram - Chennai - TrichyKanchipuram

Today we will have day outing to Kanchipuram and Mahabalipuram.

Kanchipuram, 70 kms west of Mahabalipuram which is a city of thousand sanctuaries. One of the seven consecrated urban communities of Hindus, it was the capital of the early Cholas as far back as the second century BC. Kanchi was a noteworthy seat of Tamil learning and additionally a critical spot of journey for Buddhists, Jains and Hindus.A part from sanctuaries, the city is likewise popular for its silk weavers, who settled here around 400 years prior and have given it a fortunate notoriety.

Later on we might continue to Mahabalipuram, driving south of Chennai on the coast which is the antiquated port of Pallavas. The pallavas have made numerous grand landmarks with sculptural boards, caverns, Monolithic Rathas and Temples. Krishna Mandapam has a major bas alleviation, remarkable for its sensible representation. The world's biggest bas help measuring 27m x 9m, whale back molded rock contains figures of divine beings, demi-divine beings, men brutes, feathered creatures and representation of the whole creation. Shore Temple, one of the most seasoned in south going back to eighth century AD is a decent case of the primary period of auxiliary sanctuaries built in Dravidian style. The Five Rathas are a gathering of five solid sanctuaries, each made in various style.

At night exchange to Chennai railroad station to board an overnight sleeper train to Trichy. Overnight keep focused.

Day 04: Arrive TrichyTrichy

Upon landing in Trichy railroad station meet with our delegate and exchange to the lodging. After new n-up visit Srirangam, which is an island, 5 kms from Trichy. Encompassed by the Kaveri water is a 600 sections of land island town encased inside the seven dividers on the enormous Sri Ranganathaswamy sanctuary. There are no under 22 gopurams, one of which is the tallest in India. The 72 m high 13 layered gopuram rules the scene for miles around. The Rock Fort arranged on the banks of the Kaveri River, Trichy's most extremely popular point of interest is a 84 m high shake, one of the most established on the planet approx. 3,800 million years. The fascination is not for post itself but rather the sanctuary at the summit. 344 stages slashed out of rock lead to the top where are the engravings going back to the third century B.C.

Overnight stay at inn.

Day 05: Trichy - Thanjavur - Madurai

Today we will leave for Madurai, on the way visit Thanjavur. The home of Carnatic music, musical instruments, move and customary painstaking work, Tanjore (Thanjavur) is popular for the Brahadeeswarar Temple. The sanctuary developed more than a thousand years back by the Chola King Raja Rajan is a designer's wonder. The Art Gallery and the Saraswathi Mahal Library are likewise surely understood spots of interest.

Further proceed with drive to Madurai. Upon entry register with the lodging. Overnight stay at lodging.

Day 06: MaduraiMadurai

After breakfast we will go for entire day city touring voyage through Madurai. Madurai, known as Athens of the East, is the second biggest city on the banks of the River Vaigai. The city is accepted to be over 2500 years of age. The city got its name from the drops of nectar (Mathuram) that tumbled from Shiva's lochs when he came to favor its kin for building a sanctuary for him. Madurai where the general population wake up at the serenade of songs is pleased with the wonderful Meenakshi-Sundareswara Temple. Of its 12 gopurams, four of the tallest stand at the external dividers of the sanctuary. The 48.8 m high southern gopuram is the most tremendous and have more than 1500 figures. In the Ashta Shakthi Mandapam inside the Meenakshi sanctuary, the etched columns recount the tale of the excellent princess of Madurai and her marriage to Lord Shiva.Evening exchange to lodging. Overnight at inn.

Day 07: Madurai - Periyar

After breakfast leave for Periyar in the morning (4 hours) and exchange to inn on entry. You may decide on a lovely pontoon ride along the Periyar Lake at night. Appreciate watching fluctuated feathered creatures and creatures like tigers, elephants, wild hog, deer, and so forth at the Periyar/Thekkady National Park. You can likewise visit a couple of tribal towns around Periyar and witness intriguing exercises of tribals gathering nectar from hazardous slope honey bees. Evening exchange to inn. Overnight at inn.

Day 08: Periyar - CochinKochi

In the event that night pontoon ride is impractical, then we will appreciate morning vessel ride on Periyar lake for natural life seeing. Come back to inn for breakfast. After breakfast leave for Cochin, the capital city of Cochin and portal to south India. Upon entry register with the inn. Overnight stay at lodging.

Day 09: Cochin

Today we will have entire day guided voyage through Cochin, - the business capital and the most cosmopolitan city of Kerala. Going to The Dutch Palace, Synagogue, the well known Chinese angling nets.

Evening allowed to go around to investigate it zest advertise or appreciate some nearby shopping. Evening Kathakali Dance Show (Optional). Overnight at Cochin.

Day 10: Cochin - Bangalore - Mysore

After breakfast exchange to the air terminal to load onto the flight for Bangalore. Upon landing in Bangalore air terminal meet with our delegate and leave for Mysore. After achieving exchange to the inn. Overnight stay at lodging

Day 11: Mysore

After breakfast, visit this antiquated royal city, well known for its silks, sandalwood and different royal residences, among which the biggest royal residence in India, worked in Indo-Persian style in 1900. Visit a workmanship display and the Chamundeshwari Temple devoted to the goddess Kali on Chamundi Hill, from which you have an all encompassing perspective of the city. You will likewise visit Somnathpur, celebrated for the sanctuary of Keshava. Overnight at the lodging.

Day 12: Mysore - Belur - Halebidu - HassanBelur Math

Today we will go for a day outing to Belur and Halebidu.

Belur in Hassan area 220 kms from Bangalore and 38 kms from Hassan) is celebrated for its radiant Hoysala Temple Complex. The Chennakesava Temple here is the significant fascination, worked by Hoysala Vishnuvardhana, to celebrate his triumph over the Cholas. The exterior of the sanctuary is loaded with complex figures with no part left clear. It is the main Hoysala Temple still in dynamic love.

Halebidu in Hassan region is 27 kms far from Hassan and was the capital of the Hoysalas. It has one of the finest Hoysala sanctuaries. The Hoysaleswara Temple, roosted on a star-molded base in the midst of gardens, is a sculptural party. Its dividers are lavishly cut with a perpetual assortment of Hindu divinities, sages, adapted creatures, flying creatures and friezes delineating the life of the Hoysala Kings.

Later we will come back to Hassan for overnight remain.

Day 13: Hassan - Hospet

Morning sanctuary voyage through Hassan. Hasanamba Temple is 800 years of age and houses the primary god of Hassan. The sanctuary is devoted to Amba otherwise called Goddess Shakti. The goddess here is an ant colony dwelling place or (hutta in kannada) which indicates Hasanamba is really goddess Parvathi. The Inner sanctum opens just once per year for two weeks amid Deepavali and closes three days after Balipadyami. At the point when the sanctuary is shut they keep before the goddess a lit light two packs of uncooked rice, water and blooms.

Later toward the evening leave for Hospet. Upon landing register with the lodging. Overnight stay at inn.

Day 14: Hospet - Hampi - HospetHampi

Morning after breakfast a journey to Hampi. Hampi, the seat of the well known Vijayanagara realm was the capital of the biggest domain in post-moghul India, covering a few states. The Vijayanagara domain extended over no less than three states - Karnataka, Maharashtra, and Andhra Pradesh. The obliteration of Vijayanagar by pillaging Mughal intruders was sudden, stunning and supreme.

Despite the fact that in remains today, this capital city once gloated wealth known a long ways past the shores of India. The vestiges of Hampi of the fourteenth Century lies scattered in around 26 sq. km region, in the midst of goliath rocks and vegetation.

Secured by the rough waterway Tungabhadra in the north and rough stone edges on the other three sides, the remains quietly portray the narrative of loftiness magnificence and astounding riches.

The awe inspiring stays of royal residences and doors of the broken city tells a story of man's limitless ability and force of innovativeness together with his ability for silly annihilation. A visit to Hampi is a stay into the past. The vast majority of the imperative structures and destroys are situated in two zones, which are by and large alluded to as the Royal Center and the Sacred Center.

A visit to Anegundi town by navigating the spouting Tungabhadra waterway on a coracle is an affair that furnishes the visitors with a look into the conventional nation life in Karnataka.

Toward the evening, continue for a neighborhood touring voyage through Hospet. Overnight stay at lodging.

Day 15: Hospet - BadamiBadami Cave Temple

Morning after breakfast leave for Badami. On the way we will visit Aihole and Pattadakal.

Aihole is the support of stone sanctuary engineering of the southern Dravida School. The most established sanctuary, Lad Khan backtracks to the fifth century A.D. There are 70 sanctuaries in this gathering. The Durga sanctuary is noted for its figures. The Meguti sanctuary is worked of 630 little stone squares. The Ravanaphadi Cave has some delightful carvings.

Pattadakal, alluded to as Petrigal, achieved its zenith of magnificence under the Chalukya rulers from seventh to ninth hundreds of years. The most established in this gathering is the Sangameswara Temple.

The Mallikarjuna Temple has columns portraying life of Krishna. Virupaksha sanctuary has models and board scenes from the stories, the Ramayana and Mahabharata. The Papanatha Temple has amazing carvings on columns and roof.

Further proceed with drive to Hampi. Upon entry register with the inn. Overnight stay at lodging.

Day 16: Badami - Goa

Morning visit Mahakoota sanctuaries and Badami rock cut holes. Badami otherwise called Vatapi is rich with Hindu and Jain sanctuaries cut out of sandstone slopes. The cut sanctuaries go back to the sixth century. Of these, three are Hindu and one Jain. Designed out of strong rock they are decorated with carvings. The Fort, on top of a slope encases substantial silos, treasury and a watch tower. The Malegitti Shivalaya sanctuary set on the summit of a slope is worked of stones without mortar.

Later toward the evening leave for Goa. Upon landing register with the lodging. Overnight stay at inn.

Day 17: Goa

Entire day recreation or to appreciate the water exercises in Goa. Overnight stay at lodging.

Day 18: Goa - Mumbai - Departure

Morning free at recreation. toward the evening exchange to the air terminal to get onto the flight for Mumbai. Upon landing exchange to the International air terminal through air terminal transport administration to get onto the flight for ahead destination.

Visit and administrations Ends.

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