The lifestyles of the prehistoric way of life of the Kanyakumari District are apparent from the discovery of the Neolithic Celt, which can also be more or less dated from 1500 to 1000 B.C. The date of the human civilisation of this district is 4000 years ago. A handmade coarse earthen jar and other artefacts have been found near Thoothur Village in Kanyakumari District. The type, the material and the decorations imply that it is possible to have a megalithic or early historical age.
From the legends and myths that exist in those places, it must be believed that at some point in the megalithic or early historical period, a glorious city flourished in those regions, and that it would have been much like the one that existed in Mohanjadaro and Harappa. As the remains of this time remained within the mattress of the sea, it must be inferred that this civilization was washed out due to sea erosion.
Vivekanandar Rock Memorial is another place in Kanyakumari that attracts a large variety of holidaymakers. As its title suggests, it is essentially a holy temple, built by the Vivekananda Rock Memorial Committee to commemorate Swamy Vivekananda 's visit to "Shripada Parai" for the duration of 24, 25 and 26 December 1892 for deep meditation and enlightenment. Vivekananda Mandapam is graded as Dhyana Mandapam, Sabha Mandapam & Shripada Mandapam.
Garbha Graham, The Inner Prakaram, Outer Prakaram, Outer Base, is also known as Shripada Mandpam. All the Mandapams are formed in such a way that the imaginative and prescient Swamiji could be seen directly at the Shripadam within the statue.
Kanyakumari Beach is situated in the southernmost part of India, with its beautiful shifting colours, the confluence of three bodies of water: the Bay of Bengal, the Indian Ocean and the Arabian Sea. Miraculously, here you can see that the three-seas water doesn't overlap, you can differentiate between the three-seas turquoise blue, deep blue, and the three-seas sea green waters, even though the colours appear to vary with the season and the weather of the day.
The cascading waters of the Tirparappu Falls make up for an enchanting sight, located at a distance of around 55 kilometres from Kanyakumari. This is a manmade waterfall that drops from a height of 50 feet. The water collects below in a quaint pool that is an ideal place to frolic about, particularly for kids. The falls are surrounded by dense green vegetation and native fauna, making it a paradise for nature lovers.
Statue of Thiruvalluvar: Thiruvalluvar is the eternal poet of Tamil Nadu and has donated Thirukkural to the industry. The memorial statue of Thiruvalluvar is in Kanyakumari. The pedestal of the statue is 38 feet high and the statue above it is 95 feet long with a total of 133 toes for the whole sculpture. An inventive Mandapa with a height of 38 toes, known as Alankara Mandapam, surrounds the three-tier pedestal known as Atharapeedam.
There are 140 steps installed in the Mandapa to help travellers worship the holy foot of Thiruvalluvar. The 38-foot pedestal represents the 38 chapters of the Book of Aram in Thirukural, and all the chapters of Porul (70 chapters) and Inbam (25 chapters) represent the ninety-five-foot statue on the pedestal. The statue thus suggests, symbolically and artistically, that the subject of Porul and Inbam is solely based on Aram. Visting Hours -8 am to 4 pm.
Kovalam is an idyllic coastal town located in Kerala, approximately 13 km from Thiruvananthapuram. Kovalam is renowned for its three neighbouring crescent-shaped shallow water and low tidal beaches, dotted with resorts and ayurvedic massage centres. In the 1930s, Kovalam began drawing visitors in the earlier fishing village and shot to fame in the hippie period of the 1970s. The influx of visitors from Israel and Europe is still evident here. One of its most common indulgences is Ayurvedic treatments and massages, along with yoga , meditation and other cultural activities.
The Lighthouse Beach, situated in Kovalam (Southern Kerala), is renowned for the 35-meter-high Vizhinjam Lighthouse, located at the top of the Kurumkal Hill. The lighthouse is made entirely of stones and the red and white bands are coloured. By using a spiral staircase to click on some unforgettable images, tourists love to reach the top of this tall building.
A great place to enjoy water activities and sports such as surfing, parasailing and paragliding is the Lighthouse beach. Travellers want to play beach volleyball as well. For its lush palm plantations and trees that dot the entire area, the beach is also well established.
Velliyani Lake, one of the most famous freshwater lakes, is located 7 km south of Kovalam in Trivandrum, Kerala. In the regional language, Malayalam, Velliyani lake is also known as 'Velliyani Kayal'. The lake, spread over 7.5 acres, is a major source of water for irrigation and drinking purposes.
Vellayani Lake is also a must-see spot on the premises of Vellayani Agricultural University. The cool breeze and lotus blooming on the shore, which rejuvenates every passerby, is perfect for an evening stroll. Vellayani Kayal gives someone who wishes to experience the goodness of a village away from city life a nostalgic feeling.
Hawah is a stretch of secluded beach renowned for its enchanting views of the sunset. Renowned as the second largest beach, it is also known as the beach of Eve because it is India's first topless beach.
Samudra beach in Kovalam is a safe and isolated beach. This northern beach is separated from the southern shore by a broad promontory. Also, this beach is a perfect place to visit during your honeymoon. It will be a wonderful time to visit Samudra beach from November to February. Samudra beach is where you can watch local fishermen ply their trade and enjoy the sight of shoreline fishing. On this beach, there is a mosque as well. On the beach, there are a few food stalls as well.
An appealing blend of a strongly rooted heritage and a nostalgic colonial legacy is the capital city of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram or Trivandrum. This city, built on seven hills, has long since left the days behind when it was only used by seafaring explorers-today, Trivandrum is a swanky metropolis with picturesque urban beauty and plenty of scenic places to visit. Trivandrum, proud to maintain its age-old cultural charm, offers a wide range of sights, including impressive museums, beautifully built palaces, holy temples and mesmerising beaches, making the city one of South India's best tourist destinations.
In Thiruvananthapuram, the capital city of Kerala, Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple is one of the 108 Divya Desams. The temple, embellished with a gold-plated covering, is available to Hindu followers only. Dedicated to Lord Padmanabha, one of Lord Vishnu's avatars, the Padmanabhaswamy Temple is one of Vaishnava's major centres of worship in Vaishnavism's dharma.
The Padmanabhaswamy temple, built as a replica of the Adikesavaperumal Temple in Thiruvattar, is a well-preserved antique. Although the history of this temple still remains a mystery, it is believed by devotees to have existed since the first day of the Kali Yuga, 5000 years ago. In the Bhagwad Gita, there is also a mention of the Padmanabhaswamy Temple.
The Palace of Kanakakunnu was built under the rule of the King of Travancore. The palace is also hosting a plethora of cultural activities held on its grounds.
Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary is renowned for its Lion and Deer Safari, a treat for nature lovers. The park houses a crocodile farm and a rehabilitation centre for elephants.
- Early Morning Pick up from Theni @ 04:00 AM.
- Then Proceed towards KanyaKumari.
- Hotel Check in.
- Then proceed to visit Kanyakumari major attractions such as Thiruvalluvar Statue, Vivekananda Rock Memorial , Mahatma Gandhi Memorial , Devi Kanyakumari Temple.
- Enjoy the sunset in the evening.
- Come back to Hotel.
- Overnight stay @ Kanyakumari.
- Start the day with watching the sunrise
- After breakfast at Hotel.
- Check out from the Hotel.
- Then Proceed towards Kovalam.
- On the way visit Suchithram Temple and Padmanbhapuram Palace.
- Hotel Check In @ Kovalam.
- Then proceed to visit kovalam major attractions such as Kovalam Beach, Light House Beach , Tibetan Gallery, Vizhinjam Light House and Rock Temple.
- Come back to Hotel.
- Overnight stay @ Kovalam
- Morning Breakfast at Hotel.
- Check out from the Hotel.
- Then Proceed towards Thiruvananthapuram.
- To visit Thiruvananthapuram major attractions such as Shankumugham Beach , Padmanabhaswamy Temple & Zoo, Kanakakunnu Palace, Napier Museum and Srichitra Art Gallery.
- Then starting our journey towards Theni with sweet memories of Kerala.
- Finally drop @ Theni.
What 's Included
We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3*, 5*, 7* )
2.Double sharing Rooms
5.Royal Suite Rooms
( as per requirement )
From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be take care
Local Speaking Guide - ( English,Tamil,Hindi,Telugu & Malayalam ) *
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Chennai to Chennai Transports*
All local vehicle transport