Tirupati with Kanchipuram 3N/4D
Madurai is a significant city in the Indian province of Tamil Nadu.
Tirupati Balaji Temple– Tirumala Venkateswara Temple (Popularly known as Tirupati Balaji Temple) is dedicated to Lord Vishnu as Venkateswara attracts followers from a wide range of Hindu traditions. The temple is set at Tirumala atop a hill at 25 kms from Tirupati which is the base town. The temple is the most organised and visited temple in India and temple trust here is richest in India. Darshan and services at the temple are to be booked in advance. During high season it could take several days before one can get a darshan if they are not pre-booked.
Kamakshi Temple Kanchipuram– The Kamakshi Temple is a renowned temple dedicated to Kamakshi, one of the forms of the goddess Parvati. This is one of the four most revered Goddess Parvati temples. It is one of the most visited temples of Kanchipuram
Ekambareswarar Temple– Ekambaranathar Temple is a Lord Shiva temple at Kanchipuram. It is one of the largest temples around having a mammoth 59 meter gopuram, one of the tallest in India. It is one of the five Pancha Bootha Shiva temples.
Kanchi Kailasanathar Temple– The Kailasanath temple is a Lord Shiva temple in Kanchipuram and one of the oldest in Kanchipuram having Dravidian architecture. It is visited along with other significant temples in the area,
Sri Kalahasti Temple– Sri Kalahasti Temple is a 500-year-old temple and one of the important ancient Shiva Kshetras (Shiva Temples) of Southern India and popularly known as Dakshina Kailasam. Srikalahasti is popularly known as “Dakshina Kaashi”. The area is also the origin of the popular textile painting art called kalamkari. It is a major pilgrim centre in itself and thousands of pilgrims visits the temple to have darshan of the almighty Sri Kalahasteeswara and Sri Gnanaprasunambika Devi
Departure TimePlease arrive by 8:45 AM for a prompt departure at 9:00 AM.
Return TimeApproximately 8:30 PM.
Dress CodeComfortable athletic clothing.