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Kanyakumari & Trivandrum Tour package
2 Nights & 3 Days

Day 1
Kanyakumari, the Land’s End of India is a beautiful seaside town surrounded on three sides by three different seas – The Arabian Sea on the West, the Indian Ocean on the South and the Bay of Bengal on the East. The town gets its name from the presiding Deity – the Goddess Kanya Kumari, an incarnation of Parvati.

On arrive at Trivandrum airport, our representative receive and escorted you to the hotel in Kanyakumari. After check-in at the hotel and little relax, start the journey with Vivekananda Rock & Thiruvalluvar statue both of it situated in the sea.

The Vivekananda Rock Memorial on which Swami Vivekananda meditated is one of the popular tourist attractions in Kanyakumari. Also on this rock, which is about 500 metres from the mainland, are said to be the footprints of the Goddess known as Pada Parai. Next to this memorial is a gigantic sculpture of the Tamil poet Thiruvalluvar. The statue is 133 feet high signifying the 133 chapters of his magnum opus – The Thirukkural. At Evening The sunset and moonrise can be seen almost simultaneously on full moon days from the same spot.



Day 2
Get up in the early morning in order to watch sun rise. It is the one of the few spots in the world where you can watch the sunrise and sunset from the same area. Then finish your breakfast from the hotel and proceed towards your second day trip towards western part of Kanyakumari Dist. On second day you visit the following destinations, Then proceed to

Circular Fort (Vattakottai),
It was built in the 18th century as a coastal defence-fortification and barracks in the erstwhile Travancore kingdom.

It was constructed under the supervision of Captain Eustachius De Lannoy, an ex-Dutch naval officer of the Dutch East India Company, who became commander of the Travancore Army (the very army that defeated him in the Battle of Colachel) in the 18th century, after he earned the trust of the Travancore King Marthanda Varma. De Lannoy constructed Vattakottai, as part of the defence-fortifications he undertook throughout Travancore.

Padmanabapuram Palace
A magnificent wooden palace of the 16th century, Padmanabhapuram Palace lies at the land's end of mainland India - Kanyakumari. An enticing edifice to any lover of art and architecture this old palace of the Rajas of the erstwhile Travancore (1550 to 1750 AD) is a fine specimen of Kerala's indigenous style of architecture.

The antique interiors are replete with intricate rosewood carvings and sculptured decor. The palace also contains 17th and 18th century murals.

One can see: the musical bow in mahogany, windows with coloured mica, royal chairs with Chinese carvings, 'Thaikkottaram' or the Queen Mother's palace with painted ceilings, rose wood and teak carved ceilings with 90 different floral designs.

Visitors to the palace are often overwhelmed by the royal splendour of erstwhile Travancore. Though the palace is situated in Kanyakumari district of Tamilnadu State, it comes under the Government of Kerala's administration.

Thirparappu Water Falls
Thirparappu falls is a natural beauty spot attracts many tourists. Thirparappu Waterfall in Kanyakumari falls is 300 feet long and consists of a rocky riverbed.

The view of the water, falling from a height of 50 feet, is truly magnificent. The Thirparappu weir has been built on the rocky mass that stretches far across the distance covering one fourth of a kilometer in the direction against the streams current. This weir supplies water to the fields that are used for irrigation.

Chitharal Jain Temple
It is famous for the hillock which has a cave containing rock-cut sculptures of Thirthankaras and attendant deities carved inside and outside dating back to the 9th century. Jain influence in this region was due to the Jain King Mahendra Verman-I.

From the top, one can see or enjoy the beauty of winding rivers, lakes, fields, clusters of villages, coconut fields, tall church spires, and the lines of Western Ghat covered with white clouds; and is a mind blowing scenery, which you won't get from anywhere. You have to climb around 100 steps to reach the zenith of this temple.

Mathoor Hanging Bridge
The Mathur Hanging Trough is the tallest as well as the longest trough bridge in Asia, having a height of 115 feet and a length of one kilometre. Constructed in 1966, this bridge has become a place of tourist importance and hundreds of tourists visit this place. This is situated in Mathur, hamlet of Aruvikkarai revenue village in Thiruvattar Panchayat Union.

The canal is being shouldered by 28 huge pillars. By the unrelented efforts of late Thiru. K. Kamaraj, the former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, this canal was constructed as a drought relief measure and for the development of agriculture in Vilavancode and Kalkulam Taluks. The District Administration has recently put up a staircase from top to the bottom of the bridge and also built a children's park and bathing platforms over here.

Neyar Dam
It was established in 1958 and is a popular picnic spot. Lying against the southern low hills of the Western Ghats, Neyyar Dam has a scenic lake and in Trivandrum and stay in Neyar Hotel

Day 3
On day 3 having breakfast from the hotel then proceed towards kovalam it is one of the famous beach in kerala where you can spend your time upto noon.

Padmanabaswamy Temple: (World’s Richest Temple)
The temple is located inside the East Fort. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the temple is a blend of the Kerala and Dravidian styles of architecture. It is known for its mural paintings and stone carvings.

One among the 108 sacred Vishnu temples in India, the presiding deity is here is Lord Vishnu reclining on Anantha the Serpent. Only Hindus are allowed inside the temple.

The Zoological Park
One of the first zoos in India, it is located in the well-planned botanical garden. With huge trees like frangipani and jacaranda dotting the sprawling lawns and wild fowl swimming in the Lake, it is like a small jungle in the heart of the city. A reptile house with different species of snakes is also located in the premises.

The Kanakakkunnu Palace
The palace and its sprawling grounds are today the venue for many cultural meets and programs.Shankhumugham Beach Just 6km from the city, this is a favorite haunt of sunset watchers. The beach is adjacent to the Thiruvananthapuram Airport and Veli Tourist Village. An indoor recreation club, the matsya kanyaka and a restaurant shaped like a starfish are some of the attractions here. Cha-cha Nehru Traffic Training Park here provides opportunity for children to learn the traffic rules.

Package Rate
Hotels Hotels Name Room Type
Kanyakumari Sea View Breakfast+Double
A/c Room+ swimming pool
Trivandrum Regency Break fast+Doube A/c Room
Vehicle Indica A/c A/c (Including Parking
Charges & Driver Bata)
Per Head

Rs. 4525

In Twin Sharing Basis

 
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