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Madurai | Rameshwaram (1N) | Kanyakumari (1N) | Kovalam (2N) | Madurai (1N) | Madurai
  • Inclusions:

Starting from Rs.  70,698 /- pp twin sharing


Price Include: 4 Hotel(s), 18 Sightseeing, Flight, B/fast & Dinner, Airport Transfers, Intercity Transfers
  • Day 1
    Madurai Arrival– Rameshwaram (180 kms. – 3.5 hrs.)

    Upon arrival at Madurai Airport/ Railway Station, proceed to Rameshwaram which is also called the Benaras of South India. There is a traditional belief among the Hindus that a pilgrimage to Kashi will be complete only after a visit to Rameshwaram.Rameshwaram has a huge mythological significance to the Hindus where Lord Rama took the journey of constructing a stone bridge that led him and his army to Sri Lanka to free his beloved wife Goddess Sita. Enroute drive past one of the longest sea bridges of India, Annai Indira Gandhi Road Bridge or Pamban Bridge which connects Rameshwaram Island with the Indian mainland. From this spectacular bridge you can see the nearby island and parallel rail bridge called Pamban Scissors Bridge.

    On arrival, check-in to hotel.

    Later visit Ramanatha Swamy Temple, Five Faced Hanuman Temple.

    Overnight stay at Rameshwaram Hotel/Resort .


    • The winter months ranging from October through April are best suited for visiting Rameshwaram. With its cool climate, this is the ideal season for sightseeing and other outdoor activities. Moreover, you can plan your trip at the time of Mahashivratri (usually held in the months of February or March every year) to witness the grand celebration that takes place in the Ramanathaswamy Temple. 
    • Rameshwaram does not have its own airport. To reach Rameshwaram via flight, you have to land at the Madurai airport, which is the fourth busiest airport in Tamil Nadu.
    • Tamil is the official language in Rameshwaram. However, various other South Indian languages such as Kannada, Malayalam, and Telugu are also spoken by the locals. Apart from these languages, guides, drivers and shop keepers are well versed in both Hindi and English.
    • Rameshwaram experiences a rather hot and humid summer season in the months of April to June with the temperature ranging from 25°C to a maximum of 38°C and averaging around 35°C. The monsoon months receives heavy rainfall as is evident from the average rainfall of 902 mm. Days in winters are quite cool and pleasant with an average temperature of 22°C. You can also expect the mercury to dip as low as 17°C thus making it the perfect time to visit this city.
    • Dont take your mobiles with you as it is not allowed inside temple . Otherwise you have to pay for every single mobile phone to keep it at shop near the temple.
    • Avoid Festive days - Rameshwaram is one of the pilgrim place and famous temples. If there is any festival it is over crowded. You would spend most of your time in queue. Get there early as the day pass it gets crowded.
    • Beware of people - There will be some unofficial people who will loot you in the name of different poojas or entry. Just be beware of them and be prepared to be hassled.
    • Best place to have Food: You get plenty of south Indian food around Rameshwaram. But if you are searching for a north Indian food then Marwari Bhojanalayas is the one for you. It is near the temple.
    • DressCode- There is no such dress code there but they don't allow shorts especially for girls. It's better to cover your legs when you go to temple.
    • Places where you can get Prasad- You get the prasad inside the temple when you come out from the main darshan. You get the prasad outside the temple too.
    • Gates/Entrypoints-There are 4 gates (East/West/North/South). East gate is the main entry. Remember to keep your shoes at east gate so that you need not have to walk bare foot for longer distance. You get your tickets at East Gate itself.
    • Entry fee - Officially you have to just pay Rs.50/- for a person and walk to the 22 different wells inside the temple.Unofficially there are people who charge from 150 to 250 per head, they come along with you to all the wells and ensure that you get a bucket from each well. But there is no need to take these people along with you as you will be able to get water from each well without them. It would take maximum 2-3 min on each well and some of the wells you wont get any queue. But there is a very long queue for entering to the well hall. Now move to main temple,it also has a very big queue. But if you want to skip the queue there are people who will charge you 200-300 per head to get you darshan quickly.
    Five-faced Hanuman Temple

    Five-faced Hanuman Temple

    Panchamukhi Hanuman Temple, the five-faced Hanuman Temple, is situated at a distance of 2 km from Sri Ramanathaswamy Temple. This temple is dedicated to Lord Hanuman. It is said that Lord had revealed his five faces here, hence the idol of Hanuman is depicted with five faces which are of Lord Hanuman in the middle along with faces of Lord Narasimha, Lord Adivaraha, Lord Garuda and Lord Hayagriva on the sides. The statue has been covered with senthooram by saints. Another major attraction of this temple are the ‘floating stones’ that have been kept at the temple for the devotees to see. These floating stones were used for building the floating bridge named Sethu Bandhanam, from Rameshwaram to Lanka so that Lord Rama, Lord Lakshman along with others could go to Lanka to rescue Goddess Sita and put an end to the brutalities of demon Ravana.

    Pamban Scissors Bridge

    Pamban Scissors Bridge

    The 2.2 km. length bridge connecting the Rameswaram Island and the mainland is the longest bridge in India constructed over a bay. It is also called as Pamban Bridge. Similarly the railway SCISSORS bridge connecting the island is noted for its unique opening to pass the ships through the sea.

    Ramanatha Swamy Temple

    Ramanatha Swamy Temple

    The Ramanathaswamy Temple is the most notable historic landmark of the town. Located in the centre of town, it is a famous Hindu temple dedicated to the god Shiva. The temple is one of the 12 Jyotirlinga shrines, where Shiva is worshipped in the form of a Jyotirlinga meaning "pillar of light".

    Hotel - Hotel Vinayaga  

    Hotel - Hotel SS Grand  

  • Day 2
    Rameshwaram Departure-Kanyakumari Arrival ( 5 h 9 min (309.4 km)

    Located at the southernmost tip of the Indian peninsula, Kanyakumari is a coastal town in the state of Tamil Nadu. It is surrounded by mountains and bordered by vibrant sea shores, lined with paddy fields and coconut trees, and also boasts of aesthetic elevated patches of hills with undulating valleys and plains in between the sea and the mountainous terrain. Ever since ancient times, Kanyakumari has been one of the major centres of religion, art and culture. Famous for being the only place in India where you can observe the sunrise and sunset at the same beach, Kanyakumari is a very popular tourist destination, not just because of this unique geographical phenomenon, but also because of its pristine beaches as well as its temples and churches which attract a huge number of tourists to this city all year round.Apart from historic monuments and buildings, Kanyakumari is also famed for its beaches and waterfalls. The Kanyakumari beach is the perfect place where you can spend a lazy afternoon sitting on the white sand and sipping a cool drink. Unlike the beaches in Goa which tend to be a little overpopulated, the Kanyakumari beach is a lot less crowded and is the best place to enjoy a gorgeous sunset.Kanyakumari has an authentic South Indian cuisine, with seafood and coconuts being an integral part of almost all dishes. Starting from light snacks to full course gourmet menus, Kanyakumari delights tourists with the numerous options it offers for eating out. While Kanyakumari is not a traditional shopping destination, you can buy plenty of souvenirs and curios from the numerous stalls and boutiques dotting the beachfront, with decorative seashell trinkets being a must-buy.

    After breakfast check out & proceed to Kanyakumari.

    On arrival check in to hotel after fresh ‘n’ up proceed to visit Suchithram Temple, Devi Kanyakumari Temple, Vivekananda Memorial, Gandhimandapham, Trivenisagam, Thiruvalluvar Statue & Kanyakumari Beach.

    Evening watch the most beautiful Sunset of Kanyakumari.

    Overnight stay at Kanyakumari.


    • Always get up early and reach the place as early as possible to avoid large ques and to save time.
    • When visiting temples in south beware of all the pandits and shopkeepers situated inside the temple.
    • Coconut chutney and coffee are must have items when in south, never pass on them.
    • Wherever possible book tickets on-line, or buy the tickets from the counter in advance.
    • When shopping, make sure you compare the quality and price before buying."You can buy various souvenirs from the coal market which are made with mirrors and sea shells. You can also shop for various electronic items form this place as they are exclusively cheap but do not expect to be them of high quality as they are mostly made from China.
    • You cannot see the sunset and sunrise if the sky is cloudy. Choose a bright day to visit Kanyakumari.Set an alarm and wake up early. Don't miss the sunrise.
    • Kanyakumari beach is a very tiny area. The beach itself is not much fun to bath and swim. It is very rocky also. However, the view from the beach is spectacular.
    • Sunscreen and sunglasses – Sunscreen with SPF protection and sunglasses is a must to protect yourself from tan and sun burn.
    • Caps and hats – As it could be quite sunny in Afternoon especially when you are visiting Vivekananda rock a cap or hat is recommended to protect you from direct sunlight.
    • Vivekananda rock memorial: A beach footwear – A comfortable pair of waterproof sandals or slippers is a must. As most of the places are nearby you will need to walk a lot and if you are going to beach then a waterproof footwear is a must.
    • Light cotton Clothes – As there are lots of temples I will suggest to dress modestly wear light comfortable cloths. In early morning and night it could be little cold so pack accordingly
    • Best Time to Go You can visit Kanyakumari anytime of the year. Weather is pleasant throughout the year but every season have its pro Page 4/12 and cons. March to mid-May Humidity and temperature is higher compared to other seasons but cool sea breeze during morning and evening makes it pleasant as well as clear sky caters best sunrise and sunset views. You can also try swimming in these months as sea remain calmer. Mid-may to September Monsoon creates lush green beautiful landscapes, but a cloudy day can ruin beautiful sunrise and sunset. July and August witness heavy rainfall. October to March Winter is a high season in Kanyakumari. The Cape festival is celebrated in October which attracts a large number of tourists from all over the world. You can also enjoy great views of the sunrise, sunset and moonrise at the beaches. Humidity is low and the temperature is also quite cool during this time. Felicitous time to visit Kanyakumari is during the Chitra Pournima which is the auspicious full moon day and you can also see the moon-rise and sunset at the same time.
    Devi Kanya Kumari

    Devi Kanya Kumari

    Devi Kanya Kumari is goddess Shree Bhagavathy in the form of an adolescent girl child. Devi is also known as Shree Baala Bhadra or Shree Baala. She is popularly known as "sakthi. Devi Kanya Kumari has been mentioned in Ramayana, Mahabharata, and the Sangam works Manimekalai, Puranaanooru and Nārāyaṇa (Mahānārāyaṇa) Upanishad, a Vaishnava upanishad in the Taittiriya Samhita of Krishna Yajur Veda.

    Kanyakumari Beach

    Kanyakumari Beach

    Kanyakumari beach with its beautiful hue-changing beaches, the confluence of three water bodies as well as the places of religious, historic and spiritual interests is one of the most exotic destinations in India and will never cease to amuse you with its sheer magnificence. The three distinct shades of the Bay of Bengal, The Indian Ocean and the Arabian Sea can be distinguished easily. Another exciting thing to do nearby will be the exciting water sports.

    Suchindram Thanumalayan Temple

    Suchindram Thanumalayan Temple

    The main deity of the temple is Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu and Lord Brahma in a single form called Sthanumalyam. This 17th-century temple is famous for its architectural grandeur. The seven-storey white Gopuram is visible from the distance. Its 40 m facade is covered with sculptures of Hindu deities.

    Thiruvalluvar Statue

    Thiruvalluvar Statue

    This monument stands tall at a mighty height of 133 feet and is perched upon a 38-foot pedestal. The pedestal's height represents the 38 chapters of virtue in Thirukkural. Full of symbolism and cultural significance, this destination is awe-inspiring, and a must visit. The sky-high statue amid the deep ocean outgives spiritual atmosphere of pleasure and prosperity to be enjoyed with a strong base of virtue.

    Triveni Sangam

    Triveni Sangam

    This place offers the most mesmerizing view of the 3 into one where one can easily distinguish between all the 3 and enjoy the scenic beauty of nature till its end where ones eye can reach upto.

    Vivekananda Rock Memorial

    Vivekananda Rock Memorial

    Vivekananda Rock is about a hundred meters from the shore and a regular ferry service exists between the mainland jetty and the rock. The tickets are Rs 30 for a ride. Normally you will find a lot of people waiting in the queue during holiday season, so there's a legitimate way of bypassing the queue by paying Rs 150, they take you directly inside the ferry, no waiting.

    Hotel - Hotel Singaar International  

  • Day 3
    Kanyakumari Departure- Kovalam Arrival (2 h 22 min (87.1 km)

    Kovalam offers an excellent diversity with Kovalam beach to suit all desires and occasions. Three curve shaped beaches, alienated by stony outcroppings, from the major attraction of this coastal resort.Backed by precipitously mounting headlands and covered by fertile coconut palms, the beaches, especially the southern most part of lighthouse beach.Kovalam was among the most famous traveler spots in India during the hippy epoch. It still has a high rank among tourists, who arrive mostly from Europe and Israel. Kovalam is finding a new implication in the light of several Ayurvedic salons, and healing and renaissance resorts which supply a wide variety of Ayurvedic treatments for tourists.Kovalam tourism is not just confined to sightseeing, swimming and lip-smacking cuisines, but there are more adventurous sports at Kovalam beach which are really pleasurable. This includes water diving, parasailing, wind surfing and many more.Kovalam is also suited for honeymooners and it one of the best honeymoon destinations in Kerala.

    After breakfast check out and proceed to Kovalam.

    On arrival check in to hotel. after fresh ‘n’ up proceed to visit Kovalam Beach, Poovar Beach, Padmanabhapuram Palace, Shri Padmanabhaswamy Temple.

    Overnight Stay at Kovalam.

    Padmanabhapuram Palace

    Padmanabhapuram Palace

    Padmanabhapuram Palace is a Travancore era palace located in Padmanabhapuram, Kalkulam taluk of Kanyakumari District, Tamil Nadu. It is also known as Kalkulam Palace. Padmanabhapuram is the former capital city of the erstwhile Hindu Kingdom of Travancore. It is around 20km from Nagercoil, and 60km from Thiruvananthapuram city. The palace is complex inside with an old granite fortress around four kilometers long. The palace is located at the foot of the Veli Hills, which forms a part of the Western Ghats. The river Valli flows nearby. Another palace known as kuttalam Palace is situated in Kuttalam in Tenkasi, Thirunelveli district, Tamil Nadu which is also under the ownership of Kerala government. It is situated in the Tenkasi, Tirunelveli District, Tamil Nadu (before state reorganisation, Kanyakumari District, Chenkottah Taluk, Tenkasi Taluk including the areas of Kuttalam are in the control of Travancore Kingdom in Kerala).

    Shri Padmanabhaswamy Temple

    Shri Padmanabhaswamy Temple

    Padmanabhaswamy Temple is located in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India. The temple is built in an intricate fusion of the indigenous Kerala style and the Tamil style of architecture associated with the temples located in the neighbouring state of Tamil Nadu, featuring high walls, and a 16th-century Gopuram.

    Poovar Beach

    Poovar Beach

    Poovar Beach is unspoilt and unexplored, offers one a wonderful view of the formation of the backwaters and a large amount of exotic wildlife. Located 12 km from Kovalam in Thiruvananthapuram, Poovar Beach is haunted by those who love solitude. Known for its pristine and virginal beauty, the golden sands are home to some of best picnic spots in the area. Boating trips in the area are exquisite and one gets to see a slice of life in a coastal village. Because of the fishing activities, the place is not used for swimming or other water activities.

    Kovalam Beach

    Kovalam Beach

    Kovalam Beach is a magnificent and an internationally renowned beach. It has been a favourite haunt of tourists with amassive rocky promontory on the beach that has created a beautiful bay of calm waters ideal for sea bathing. Sunbathing, swimming, herbal body toning massages, special cultural programmes and catamaran cruising are some of the best facilities offered here. The beach complex includes budget cottages, convention facilities, shopping zones, swimming pools, Ayurvedic health resorts, Yoga and Ayurvedic massage centres.

    Hotel - Sagara Beach Resort  

  • Day 4
    Kovalam Sightseeing

    After breakfast Proceed to Light House Beach, Halcyon Castle,Sagarika Marine Research Aquarium and Hatchery, Hawa Beach.

    Overnight stay at Kovalam.


    • The best season to visit in Kovalam is the winter season when the weather is cooler and the humidity is also less. Cooler temperatures allow plenty of opportunities for outdoor adventures. Overall, The best time to visit Kovalam is from September to February. Any other months besides these can mean unpredictable weather changes and unnecessary packing to cope with these weather fluctuations.
    • Some of the main attractions for tourism in Kovalam, besides the beaches, are the ayurvedic and yoga retreats. On an excursion to Kovalam, one can make a visit to a few of the best ayurvedic massage centres. A perfect place to connect with oneself and nature, a visit to these therapeutic centres is truly an enriching experience.
    • Brimming with plethora of cafes and restaurants, an excursion to this place is meant to treat your taste buds to scrumptious cuisines 
    • which serve a range of South Indian and European dishes that are mouth-watering.  
    • Crammed with a bounty of splendid beaches, Kovalam let tourists enjoy some adventure activities, besides breathtaking views and blissful moments to cherish. Here is a chance to let your heart pound and satiate that inherent adrenaline junkie in you while partaking in activities, like: parasailing, windsurfing, snorkeling.
    • Kovalam Junction is about a 10-15 min walk up the hill from the main beach. You will pass through it on your initial arrival into Kovalam. Your main reason for coming here will be the ATMs, the post office, and Divine Supermarket. There are also a few good cheap eateries located around the area, a decent supermarket, and a few grocery stores where you can save a little money from the beach store prices.
    • Swimming in the ocean here can be dangerous and many people drown. The lifeguards mark different areas of the sea as dangerous. They are not kidding. If the current catches someone, it pulls them both down and out.
    • You also have to be careful of the jellyfish. The small orange jellyfish are dangerous, and the purple ones are harmless.
    • Tourists visiting Kovalam can hire bikes or bicycles.These modes of transport make it easy for travellers to explore the town at their own pace. However, there is also the more expensive option of hiring a private taxi where the drivers, sometimes, also double up as guides and take tourists to visit all attractions of the town.
    • Speed boating is available during day and is quite good.
    • Local Guys teach to surf and surfing boards are available on rent too at a price of 100 and 200. Scuba diving and other marine activities can be experienced as well. There are lifeguards who have marked the risk areas near the rocks and often seen whistling people who cross the limit of risk in water and even seen police patrolling at night so on the whole it's quite a safe place to be.
    • The accommodation on this street overlooking the ocean is extremely overpriced and as the beach is highly commercialized you'll have a hard time bargaining. The hack here is to look for narrow streets going in between restaurants. The prices in hotels in these streets are 20-30% of the ones on the main street. Keep going into these streets and you'll find a labyrinth of streets behind the main street all filled with better cafes, better and peaceful accommodation, better shopping options and the best part is they are all cheaper than their counterparts on the main street.
    • The lone traveller might love Hawah Beach more, as it is not as crowded as The Light House Beach.
    • Opening timings of lighthouse beach: Monday - Friday - 15:00 To 17:00, Saturday - 15:00 To 17:00, Sunday - 15:00 To 17:00, Public Holidays - 15:00 To 17:00 "There is a nominal fee (ticket) to go atop the light house.
    Lighthouse Beach

    Lighthouse Beach

    Light house beach is named after the 30 meter high Light house here which is the most important feature of this beach. The Light House is located towards the southern end of the beach and it's on a cape. There is an observation platform from which you can see Poovar in one direction and the famous Beemapalli mosque on the other. You can reach this platform by climbing a total of 142 steps.

    Hawa Beach

    Hawa Beach

    To begin, this beach has many names: Sea Rock beach, Eve's beach, and some even call it Kovalam beach, which is wrong because that term applies to the whole area. The good things: it has excellent swimming for domestic tourists, who generally not only can't swim, but often have never seen the ocean and waves before in their life. Being a smaller bay to Lighthouse beach around the corner, it is mostly a calmer sea (though not always). This means you can stand or sit on the edges, and enjoy the smaller waves that roll in.

    Halcyon Castle

    Halcyon Castle

    Halcyon Castle was as a family retreat built for the royal family of Maharani Sethu Lakshmi Bai. The castle is located in Travancore in God's Own Country, Kerala. The splendid castle is an example of the traditional architecture of Travancore. The beautiful expansive lawn all around the magnificent castle is a treat to the eyes. The stunning castle primly sits atop an outcrop on the Kovalam Beach. Tourists can get a splendid view of the beach and watch sunsets on the private beach which can be accessed from the luxurious Hotel. Guests can choose from rooms and cottages midst tall coconut trees, and that face the beautiful Kovalam Beach for a wonderful stay. The hotel provides world-class amenities that tourists can make complete use of during their stay here. One can explore the beach front or go swimming in the sea before enjoying some mouth-watering traditional Kerala Cuisine. Halcyon Castle is a chosen Heritage Hotel among most of the tourists visiting Kerala.

    Hotel - Sagara Beach Resort  

  • Day 5
    Kovalam Departure- Madurai Arrival

    After breakfast, check-out and proceed to Madurai, which is called the `Athens of the East' because of the way myth meets life here. It is almost synonymous with the famed Meenakshi Temple the nucleus of the temple is older than the Madurai city.

    On arrival, check-in to hotel.

    Chennai may be the capital of Tamil Nadu, but Madurai claims its soul. Madurai is Tamil-born and Tamil-rooted, one of the oldest cities in India, a metropolis that traded with ancient Rome and was a great capital long before Chennai was even dreamed of. If you are keen to visit a place that has a glorious past and a busy present with great temples that flaunt the architectural brilliance of the artisans, you need to be in Madurai. The 2500 plus years old city, which has a rich heritage, is located on the banks of Vaigai river. Famously called The city that never sleeps’, Madurai is always busy regardless of the time of the day. Anytime you venture out, you are sure to find the city busy and even if you are hungry in the middle of the night, you will find ‘idlis’, the famous south Indian dish served here. Incidentally, Madurai is famous for idlis too. 

    Later proceed for half day sight-seeing of Madurai visiting Badri Narayana Temple and Meenakshi Temple which is not only an architectural marvel but also the epitome of Indian culture and civilization.

    Later drive to the hotel .

    Overnight stay at Madurai Hotel/Resort.     


    • Madurai has the typical climate of the Deccan plateau. It remains hot and humid most of the year.
    1. Summers
      The sun is at its glory and shines very brightly during the summers. During the summer months, i.e. from May to June, the temperature varies between 27 deg C and 40 deg C. Therefore, the climate is quite hot. May is the hottest month. 
    2. Winters 
      In winters, which starts from December and lasts till February, the temperature ranges between 20 deg C and 30 deg C. The climate remains pleasant during this time, as the temperature rarely falls below 20 deg C. 
    3. Monsoon 
      Though the rainfall is very frequent and uniform throughout the year, just like the flow of pilgrims and tourists, the city receives the major share of rainfall between the months of July and October. The average rainfall is 85 cm.

    • If you are traveling to Madurai city of Tamil Nadu in the summer months, then cotton should be the preferred fabric in clothes. The city has a hot and humid climate during summers so wearing comfortable clothes is very important. During winter months the weather is pleasant and you can experiment with your attire. But cotton remains the perfect solution to the questions 'what to wear in Madurai' or how to dress for Madurai travel', in all seasons.

    Meenakshi Amman Temple

    Meenakshi Amman Temple

    The wonderful architecture of the place is renowned globally. Meenakshi Temple is primarily dedicated to Parvati, known as Meenakshi, and her spouse, Shiva. Meenakshi temple was hence built here to commemorate the same and to pay respects to the Goddess. The most striking feature of the temple is its exquisite facade, which has highly minute details with great art pieces incorporated in the walls and pillars. Meenakshi Amman temple complex is made in accordance to the Shilpa Shastra and has 14 gateway towers or 'gopurams', golden 'vimanas', holy sanctums and shrines dedicated to the revered Goddess Meenakshi and many others.

    Badri Narayana Temple

    Badri Narayana Temple

    Badri Narayanan temple is a Hindu temple in the Madurai District in the entrance of Alagar Koil in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. The temple is built in the style of the Badrinath temple, Uttarakhand. Lord Balaji is in seated position in this temple. An idol of the Adi Shankaracharya — an important Hindu saint in 8th century AD — is placed alongside of the temple. The principal idol represents Vishnu in a meditative posture and is flanked by Nara-Narayana. There is a large date tree in the back of the temple's shrine, behind the statue of Lord Badri Narayana. Some of the other images include Lakshmi (Vishnu's consort), Garuda (Vishnu's mount), Anjineya, and Ganesha. Daily pujas and monthly bhajans are held on temple premises.

    Hotel - Madurai Residency  

  • Day 6
    Madurai Departure

    After breakfast pack your baggages with a promise to return once again to this Paradise.

    Check-out and proceed on time to board your flight with sweet memories of your holiday.

    We await for your next visit.

    Bon Voyage.


Hotel Vinayaga

5, Railway Feeder Road, Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu 623526, India
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Hotel Singaar International

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Sagara Beach Resort

Light House Rd, Vizhinjam, Kovalam, Kerala 695523, India
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Madurai Residency

15, West Marret Street, Near Periyar Bus Stand, Madurai Main, Madurai, Tamil Nadu 625001, India
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Inclusions & Exclusions

  • Accommodation on Twin sharing basis.
  • 1night accommodation in Rameshwaram
  • 1 night accommodation in madurai
  • 2 night accommodation in kovalam
  • 01 night kanyakumari
  • 05 Meals (Breakfast & Dinner)
  • All transfers & sightseeing by dedicated vehicle 
  • Return airfare (DEL-IXM-DEL)
  • All Transfers and Sight Seeings by A/c Etios / Dzire (upto 3 pax) and Innova for more than 03 pax.
  • Any future taxes levies will be charged extra
  • GST 5% inclusive
  • Driver Allowance, Toll, Permit and All Parking Charges 
  • Any Meals other than inclusions
  • Tips, Portarage, camera fees, telephone calls, rooms service, etc
  • Any personal expenses, Mineral/soft/hard drinks
  • Any extra sightseeing that is not mentioned in the tour program.
  • Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary/ stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control.
  • Any Medical/rescue evacuation due to mishaps.
  • Entrance fee for any tourist attraction. 
  • Extra usage of vehicle
  • Anything which is not included in the package.
  • Mode of payment i.e. ATM transfer, NEFT, IMPS, RTGS, Bank transfer, Cheques, demand draft even cash is possible in some cases .Will be intimated by our executive priorly, if possible.
  • Itinerary can be customized as per your requirements though costing might get increase or decrease. 
  • Above Itinerary is a suggested itinerary and not a confirmed one as it can be changed by our local transporter 
  • We are intermediary who book and arrange all services for our client. The services are provided by the service providers such as hotels, airlines etc for which we do not have control on there quality and you are requested to speak to them directly for any service related issues
  • The package will be complimentary for the child between 02+yrs to 05 yrs.
  • We do not provide any porter services
  • GST and all government taxes included in the package
  • All above rates and services are subject to availability and can be changed without prior notice.
  • As of now, we are not holding any confirmed airline seats, hotel rooms.
  • Above prices are on Per person basis on Double Occupancy or as specified as otherwise
  • The inclusions mentioned in the itinerary are for reference purposes and all the inclusions to subject to your package type booked based on above pricing and  acceptance.
  •  Except the peak periods of congresses, fairs, local festivals
  • Any delay or cancellation of program due to weather or other reasons will not be eligible for any refund.
  • Change of routes by aircraft at the last minute due to any reason will be handle be handle by the guest directly at the airport, as we lose control over the ticket 
  • Please make sure you follow the timings given by the driver and guide for all the services and transfers. In case you fail to follow the timings, the Driver will leave for which no refund will be given.
  • Hotels suggested in the itinerary can be changed and will be equivalent or more to the one given to you in terms of price as per the official rate sheet of the hotel.
  • The hotel will give the room double or twin as per the availability for which we have no control, the said is between the client and the hotel (bedding type availability )
  • We book the room in a certain room type. Any kind of upgrade or downgrade given to the client by the hotel is as a dispute between the hotel and client for which we have no control. Also, any kind of amenities or services not provided by the hotel / airline will be a dispute between the hotel or airline and the client
  • We book basic room in the hotel booked by us unless specified the room category.
  • The above tour cost is calculated as per the current taxes, visa charges and other charges as per the current date. Any change till the time of departure. Any additional cost of such nature will have to be taken care by the client.
  • Any kind of disputes or refunds will not be verbally accepted. We will require the invoice, slips and requisite document with details to be able to process any refunds
  • Any kind of delays in flight such as fog or technical problem Is not the responsibility of LTCyatra.com ( A unit of M/s Travel Studios) and any kind of hotel cancellations and no shows will be the responsibility of the client
  • Any disputes are subject to jurisdiction at the Delhi court of law.
  • Over and above the cancellation policy as mentioned above. If there is any extra or additional cancellation policy of airline, cruise, hotels etc. the client will be responsible for the same and have to be paid by the client. There are also some tickets that are 100 percent non refundable which is also to be taken care by the client.
  • Any form of confirmation in terms of email, verbal with advance payment will be treated as confirmation. We also understand that the client accepts the above terms and conditions before confirming the above holiday.

Ø  Check In & Check out Time is as per Hotel Policies (Early check in is Subject to Availability and might attract Extra Cost as per hotel policy)

Ø  Meal timings are fixed Meals Timings must be followed as per the instructed time of the hotels and meals served as per the hotel menu whether it is Buffet or Al-Carte. For any un-availed meals we shall not be responsible. In case you will not be present in hotel at that time then your meal will be served in parcel solely depends upon hotelier.

Ø  In few tourist destinations, the facilities of Hotel, Services, and Aids etc. cannot be matched to developed destinations. Hotels in such places are categorized on the basis of location, Services and costing and not as per Star Categorization i.e.; 1*, 2*, 3* and so on.

Ø  Guests can avail only those services that are mentioned in confirmation voucher. Any Add-ons, Changes/Upgrades in arrangements, Pick up/Drop other than the stated location will be based on additional expenses. 

Ø  Transfers must be followed as per the instructed time of the transporters. In case, customers miss their respective transportation services, alternatives arrangements will attract extra cost. 

Ø  Travel Studios will not be reliable for any changes made by Third Party Providers i.e. Transportation, Hoteliers etc.

Ø  Travel Studios shall not be responsible for any delays due to technical faults, Heavy Traffic Jam or unforeseen situations. In “Unforeseen” scenarios extra cost may also be levied over the customers.

Ø  Adventure Activities will be subject to Season/Off Season and subject to availability as well.

Ø  Kindly carry confirmation Voucher, ID Proof,  Volvo Tickets , Flight Tickets etc (if included in Package)

Ø  The customers are recommended to read the Confirmation Voucher carefully and approve it within 24 hours of issuance. Any errors shall not be entertained during the tour.  

Ø  The above package can be customized as per the customer’s Requirement based on the availabilities of hotel, transport and whether condition etc.

• Rs. 7,000 per person at the time of booking.

• Balance payment has to be done 15 days prior to departure

•   In case of Departure less than 15 days. Full payment has to be given at the time of the


** Please read the notes of t & c below to get full clarity on the same.

M/s Travel studios  an IATA accredited Company, is one of the leading consolidator in aviation ticketing loaded with professionally skilled workers trained to handle any kind of travel needs. Working in travel trade from last 30 years. Travel Studios is a synonym to customer oriented business. We strive for your satisfaction. We have put our heart and soul into the business and we still yearn to attain more. The company has expanded and diversified its network of operations to provide diversified travel solutions.

LTCYatra.com is a special division of Travel Studios experts in LTC/LFC/LTA TICKETING with maximum benefits. We not only give genuine tickets with complimentary packges but also provide authentic and rich holiday experience. Our flexible customized packages are just another wing of our services. We take care of our esteemed customers. That's because we offer you a Best Price Guarantee with complete travel management.

Cancellation Policy

The following charges are to be applied at the time of cancellation of holiday

  • INR 7000 per person will be charged & rest of the amount will be refunded.
  • Tour non refundable prior 48 working hours of departure.
  • ** Please note in case you want to cancel only one passenger out of two (or in proportion when more passengers are travelling). The second passenger will have to pay for single occupancy which will be calculated and given at the time of cancellation or will have to cancel both the passengers. It is not possible to cancel only one passenger out of two (or in proportion when more passengers are travelling)
  • ** Please read the notes of t & c to get full clarity on the same.
  • In case of Deluxe properties most of them are non- refundable , refund of hotels vary from case to case basis but will be charged INR 7000 per pax for the airlines part. 

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