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Day : 1
Arrival Chennai 
Arrival at Chennai airport, where you will be met by pals tours representative who give you a warm welcome by fresh flower garlands and transfer to air-conditioned Deluxe Car and check in to hotel. Chennai, the gateway to southern India, established in 1639 by the East India Company, is one of the oldest cities of the country. Day free is for rest and relaxes in the hotel. Over night stay at Chennai 
Day : 2
Chennai 
After breakfast take a sight seeing tour of Chennai city, visiting, Egmore Museum, Marina Beach, the second longest beach in the world. The St. George Fort, built in 1653, is currently used as the state governments secretariat; Santhome Cathedral was built around the 14th-15th century and is another colonial structure worth visiting. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the Kapaleeswara Temple is the oldest temple in Chennai.. The Snake Park has a large collection of snakes and many other reptiles. Evening optionally you can visit flower and fruit market. Over night stay at Chennai 
Day : 3
Chennai - Kanchipuram (70 Kms / 1.30 Hrs) – Mahabalipuram 
After breakfast checkout the hotel and drive to Kanchipuram and visit Ekambareshwar Temple, Kailashnath Temple, Kamakshi Temple, the Vaikunthaperumal Temple, all built in the 7th and 8th centuries. With a weaving tradition dating back to the Pallava era (when silk was the royal cloth), Kanchipuram is justly famous for its particularly fine silk saris, embellished with stunning patterns. On arrival transfer to the hotel at Mamallapuram -later take a sightseeing tour of the city built in the 7th century, this ancient city is said to be a sculptors delight, boasting of some of Indias most sublime rock-cut art, for which it is now a World Heritage site, visit the seven pagoda-style Shore temples, lashed by the waves of the sea and the seven rathas or temple chariots, a group of monolithic monuments & animal figures carved out of solid rock, the earliest known examples of Dravidian architecture. They were constructed in a single century-long burst of creative enthusiasm later drive back to Mahabalipuram. Over night stay at Mahabalipuram 
Day : 4
Mahabalipuram - Pondicherry (135 Kms – 2.30 Hrs) 
After breakfast check out the hotel and drive to Pondicherry, on arrival transfer to the hotel. Pondicherry is the capital of the French colonies in India since the 17th century. Later take a sightseeing tour of Pondicherry, This former French enclave maintains its colonial charm and Gallic feel but is unmistakably Indian at the same time and you will visit Aurobindo Ashram am, Founded in 1926 by one of Indias famous sons, Sri Aurobindo and the Mother. Its a unique spiritual concept revolving around offering work as a Divine offering. There are no rituals, no compulsory meditation, no practices. But it revolves around only one principle: One must surrender to the Divine principle and an opening to the Divine force. Then proceed to Auroville, the planned city of Dawn of the new world. Evening you can visit local market and colonies. Over night stay at Pondicherry 
Day : 5
Pondicherry – Chidambaram (70 Kms / 1.30 Hrs) – Gangai Konda Cholapuram – Darasuram – Kumbakonam (100 Kms / 02 Hrs) 
After breakfast drive to the World Heritage Monument Temples at Darasuram and Gangai Konda Cholapuram 10th Century Temples This is perhaps the crowning glory of Chola architecture- also a World Heritage Monument, The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has declared the Bragadeeswarar temple of Gangai Konda Cholapuram and the Airavatesvara temple of Darasuram in Tanjore district "world heritage monuments," two examples of grandeur and excellence of Chola architecture and sculpture. .." Enroute to Chidambaram also called as Thillai, is known us NATARAJ TEMPLE. (Cosmic Dancer) which has the famous Nataraja temple with the root of the sanctum-sanctorum covered with golden plates is located in the centre of the town covering an area of 40 acres. Which is one the Panchabootha Sthala, dedicated Lord Siva. This is one of the very few temples where Lord Siva and Lord Vishnu are enshrined under one roof. Over night stay at Swamimalai resorts or Kumbakonam 
Day : 6
Tanjore 
After breakfast drive to Tanjore, visit at the beautiful Chola Temple of Brihadeeshwara is capped by a monolithic cupola made of a single granite block weighing 80 tons which was taken to the top with the help of a 6 km long ramp, an old technique used by the Egyptians for building pyramids. Its bronzes and handicrafts make Tanjore one of the highlights of a visit to South India. The tower of the temple is an engineering marvel of the construction was made in such a way that the shadow of the Cupola never falls on the ground. Over night stay at Tanjore 
Day : 7
Tanjore –Trichy (65 Kms / 01.30 Hrs) 
After breakfast drive to Trichy on arrival transfer to the hotel, Afternoon take a sightseeing tour of Trichy, was the citadel of the Chola dynasty in the medieval period. In the 18th century it witnessed the Carnatic wars fought between the French and the English. Lord Robert Clives house is still there to see and so is the Danish Church. The Rock-Fort is the landmark of Trichy.. The Rock Fort Temple with 437 stone cut steps to the top for panoramic views is surrounded by a bustling local bazaar which you are free to explore, here the ancient temple of Ganapati on top and a further climb to a Shiva temple Evening rest of the day is leisure. Over night stay at Trichy 
Day : 8
Trichy – Madurai (128 Kms / 02.30 Hrs) 
After breakfast drive to Madurai -This temple built in Dravidian style Architecture with colorful has rich cultural heritage and history. Madurai is a Tamil Nadu most happening cultural area. Madurai was an important cultural and commercial center even as early as 550 AD In the afternoon we will visit to Meenakshi Sundareshwar, one of the largest temple complex in India built between the 16th and 18th centuries. Apart from the estimated 33 million sculptures there, the temple is absolutely absorbing with the endless rounds of ceremonies, prostration of countless devotees and glittering market stalls, the opulent Nayak Palace and Thirupparan Kundram Temple with rock carvings, monkeys and peacocks. Later soak up the energy of the magnificent Meenakshi temple where we will witness the special daily closing ceremony. Over night stay at Madurai 
Day : 9
Madurai – Periyar (140 Kms - 4 Hrs) 
After breakfast check out the hotel and drive to Periyar, on arrival check in to the hotel. Later in the evening take cruise in the Periyar Lake in the cool surroundings and the panorama spreads around tropical jungles, Wild elephants & birds of myriad varieties. In the evening you may visit to spice market to pick up some fragrant spices. Later return to the hotel. Evening is free for leisure at the jungle resort. Over night stay at Periyar 
Day : 10
Periyar 
After breakfast visit at Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary one of Indias biggest wildlife sanctuaries covering 777 sq. Km (300 Sq. miles) is a Tiger Reserve. Its centre piece, the man-made Periyar Lake at the height of 2000 ft. covers 26 sq. km, running through the forests of the Western Ghats in Kerala, discover the park, animals found here elephant, sambar, gaur and wild boars and birds like ibis and grey heron. The visit is done in a boat to view animals with a bit of extra luck we may be able to see the rare tiger as well. Later in the evening take a spice plantation tour to see crops of cardamom, cinnamon, pepper, coffee, tea estates etc. on your way back to the hotel, you could stop at the local market and pick up some fragrant spices. Over night stay at Periyar 
Day : 11
Periyar – Kumarakom (145 Kms / 04 Hrs) 
After breakfast check out of the hotel at 0900 Hrs and we drive down to Kumarakom (145 Kms / 4 Hrs). You will be passing through beautiful rubber and tea plantations. On arrival at Kumarakom visit the Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary ( famous for migratory and local birds ) and later check in at hotel, Kumarakom is famous for endless view of calm clean backwater of Kerala with canals, paddy fields and fishing villages. Evening go for Sunset cruise (optional) or enjoy the beauty of backwater by just relaxing near Vembanadu Lake. Over night Stay at kumarakom 
Day : 12
Kumarakom – Houseboat 
Morning board the House Boat (The accommodation in house boat is provided to the guest who are interest to see & experience the lifestyle of the villagers who stays on the bank of backwater. The accommodation in house is double bedded rooms with bathroom attached to give more comfort to the guest stay in. The boat is attended by a personal cook with two boatmen. A comfortably furnished canopy-covered sitting room sits amidships, with a sun deck at the bow), that proceed for Alleppey, enroute visiting small village anchor at Vembanade Lake. Over night stay at House boat 
Day : 13
Alleppey – Cochin (65 Kms / 1.5 Hrs 
After breakfast, disembark your Houseboat at Alleppey and drive 65kms/1.5hrs to Cochin. On arrival, check into your hotel. By afternoon tour of Cochin. Cochin is the natural harbor created by the famed underwater Malabar mud-banks whose quality ensures that the rougher the seas are outside the calmer the waters are within the Harbor. Vasco-de-Gamma placed it on the world map. It has a Jewish synagogue, Portuguese churches, mosques & Hindu temples. Watch the Chinese Fishing Nets and evening watch a performance of Kathakali Dancing. Over night stay at Cochin 
Day : 14
Cochin - Ooty (295 Kms / 5- 6 Hrs) 
After breakfast checkout and drive to Ooty is fondly known as the Queen of Hill Stations, Ooty is snugly ensconced in the heart of the Nilgiris. Dotted with undulating hills, sparkling waterfalls, gurgling brooks and lush green tea gardens, this tranquil haven is sure to capture the hearts of every visitor. Later take a sightseeing tour of Ooty enjoy the scenic surroundings, the Botanical Garden a wealth of variety of plants that include different types of roses, imported shrubs, rare flowering plants, eucalyptus trees, several old trees and even a fossilized tree trunk that is 20 million years old, followed by boat rides and fishing, a visit to the Ooty Lake is a must. Besides these, there are various view points like Lambs Rock, Kodanadu and Dodabetta Peak is the highest point in the district at a height of 2623 meters. Provided the day is clear, one can see as far as the plains of Coimbatore and the Mysore plateau. Over night stay at Ooty 
Day : 15
Ooty - Mudumalai - Mysore (155 Kms / 3 Hrs) 
After breakfast drive to Mysore. Enroute you can visit The Mudumalai Wildlife. The Wildlife Sanctuary boasts of very rich flora and fauna, and is home to many endangered species. Though tigers and Leopards are only seen by the fortunate few, elephants, giant squirrels, sambhar, chital, barking deer and flying squirrels are a common sight. The Sanctuary is also a great place to see many kinds of birds, including colorful parakeets, black woodpecker, Malabar trogon and crested hawk eagle. If you have children with you or you yourself are simply fond of the majestic elephants then, you might like to visit the elephant camp within the sanctuary, Theppakkadu. Early evening drive to Mysore, on arrival transfer to the hotel. Evening free for leisure and relax. Over night stay at Mysore 
Day : 16
Mysore 
After breakfast A full day of sightseeing including Somnathpur Temple - the palace of the Maharaja built in 1911.The palace is of harmonious syntheses of the Hindu and saracenic styles of architecture with archways, domes, turrets, colonnades and sculptures which are magnificent. Drive up to Chamundi hill to see Chamundeshwari Temple & a panoramic view of Mysore. On the way back, you will see the monolithic Nandi Bull Temple overlooking the city .Afternoon free for exploring the colourful vegetable and flower market and bazaars. Over night stay at Mysore 
Day : 17
Mysore - Halebid - Belur - Hassan (170 Kms / 4 Hrs) 
After breakfast check out the hotel and drive to Hassan en route through picturesque hilly landscape. En route one can stopover in Halebid, which is the ancient capital of Hoysala Empire. In Halebid visit the Hoysalesvara Temple of 12th century where we see half-life size statues of Hindu deities, with minute details of each, all around the temple. After the visit in Halebid we proceed to Belur. In Belur visit the group of Chennakesava Temples which are famous for its architecture and sculptures. Then drive to Hassan. Over night stay at Hassan After breakfast check out the hotel and drive to Hassan en route through picturesque hilly landscape. En route one can stopover in Halebid, which is the ancient capital of Hoysala Empire. In Halebid visit the Hoysalesvara Temple of 12th century where we see half-life size statues of Hindu deities, with minute details of each, all around the temple. After the visit in Halebid we proceed to Belur. In Belur visit the group of Chennakesava Temples which are famous for its architecture and sculptures. Then drive to Hassan. Over night stay at Hassan After breakfast check out the hotel and drive to Hassan en route through picturesque hilly landscape. En route one can stopover in Halebid, which is the ancient capital of Hoysala Empire. In Halebid visit the Hoysalesvara Temple of 12th century where we see half-life size statues of Hindu deities, with minute details of each, all around the temple. After the visit in Halebid we proceed to Belur. In Belur visit the group of Chennakesava Temples which are famous for its architecture and sculptures. Then drive to Hassan. Over night stay at Hassan After breakfast check out the hotel and drive to Hassan en route through picturesque hilly landscape. En route one can stopover in Halebid, which is the ancient capital of Hoysala Empire. In Halebid visit the Hoysalesvara Temple of 12th century where we see half-life size statues of Hindu deities, with minute details of each, all around the temple. After the visit in Halebid we proceed to Belur. In Belur visit the group of Chennakesava Temples which are famous for its architecture and sculptures. Then drive to Hassan. Over night stay at Hassan 
Day : 18
Hassan - Shravanbelgola - Hospet (355 Kms / 7 Hrs) 
After breakfast check out and drive to Hospet. En route visit Shravanbelgola, At Shravanbelgola, hewn out of a single rock and visible from a distance of 25 kms is the statue of Lord Gomteshwara, which is bathed with milk, sandalwood, and saffron once every 12 years. Later continue to drive to Hospet. Over night stay at Hospet 
Day : 19
Hospet - Hampi - Hospet (Extrusion 13 Kms) 
After breakfast take an excursion to Hampi the once beautiful capital city of Vijaynagar Empire was greater than Rome and had palaces; Hampi ruins spread over an area of more than 26 sq. kms protected by the tempestuous river Tungabhadra in the north and by rocky granite ridges on the other three sides, visit at Some of the interesting ruins remaining Hazara Rama Temples, huge Ganesha & Narasimha images, the elephant stables, the queens bath, and carvings on the Ramachandra Temple & Lotus Mahal. A terrain such as this was excellent for a capital city that needed to be vigilant and spend a further day in the heart of the lost empire. Explore Hampi at your own pace. Its monuments- like its centuries- old patience & wisdom- most is savored bit by bit. Later drive back to Hospet. Over night stay at Hospet 
Day : 20
Hospet - Badami (200 Kms / 4 Hrs) 
After breakfast checkout the hotel and drive to Badami, en route visiting the fascinating rock-cut caves of Badami - once the capital city of the Chalukyan Empire, rulers of the central Deccan from 4th - 8th centuries AD. Set in a ravine, the site is surrounded by fortifications, but most famous of all is the carved and inscribed temples cut from the solid rock. On arrival, transfer to the hotel. Over night stay at Badami. 
Day : 21
Badami 
After breakfast take a sightseeing tour of Badami, visiting Gateways, Forts, inscriptions, Sculptures that seem to come alive under your eyes…. Badami has to be seen to be believed. Climb a flight of steps to reach the ancient caves - all hewn out o sand stone on the precipice of a hill. Three are four caves here. The first three belong to the Vedic faith and the fourth cave is the only Jain Temple in Badami. The first cave temple - past Shivas door Keepers - and there he is the eighteen-armed Nataraj striking 81 dance poses. The largest and most ornamental is the third Cave temple dedicated to Vishnu. Here are some splendid carvings of the Hindu Pantheon, Narasimha - the half man and half lion avatar of Vishnu, Hari Hara, the composite god who is half Shiva a half - Vishnu. Over night stay at Badami 
Day : 22
Badami - Aihole - Pattadakal - Bijapur (135 Kms - 3 Hrs) 
After breakfast checkout the hotel and drive to Bijapur, en route visit the beautiful countrysides of the four of a red sandstone ridge the small rural town of Badami was once the capital of the Chalukyan Empire which covered much of central Deccan between the 4th and 8th centuries. En route visit to nearly Pattadakal - a world heritage center, it has 10 major temples representing early Chalukyan architecture, where coronations took place and where most of the temples were built between the 7th and 9th centuries. The Virupaksha, Malikarjuna and Jain Temples are quite marvelous to behold included are a visit to Aihole where the Hindu temples architecture can be seen in its embryonic stage -50 temples within the fort wall and 50 outside. After visit continue to drive to Bijapur. On arrival, transfer to the hotel. Evening is free for leisure. Over night stay at Bijapur 
Day : 23
Bijapur - Gulbarga (160 Kms / 4 Hrs) 
After breakfast take a sightseeing tour of Bijapur, known as the Agra of South. Visit the Gol Gumbaz, it is the mausoleum of Mohammed Adil Shah and was built in 1659; Ibrahim Roza, which was constructed at the height of Bijapurs property by Ibrahim Adih Shah; Jama Masjid, also constructed by Adil Shah and the Citadel. Later check out the hotel in the afternoon and drive to Gulbarga on arrival transfer the hotel. Evening is free for leisure. Over night stay at Gulbarga 
Day : 24
Gulbarga- Bidar - Hyderabad (135 Kms / 3 Hrs) 
After breakfast take a sightseeing tour of the city, which was the capital of Bahmani Kingdom from 1347 until its transfer in 1428. Gulbargas old fort has number of interesting buildings. The town also has a number of imposing tombs of Bahmani kings, a shrine to a Muslim saints and the Sharana Basaveshwara temple. After visiting check out the hotel and drive to Hyderabad en route visit at Bidar which was once the capital of Bahmani kingdom from 1428. The town has a splendid 15th century fort having Ranjeen Mahal, Chini Mahal & Turkish Mahal palaces. Continue drive to Hyderabad, on arrival transfer to the hotel. Rest of the evening is free for relaxation. Over night stay at Hyderabad 
Day : 25
Hyderabad – Mumbai (By flight) 
On arrival you will be met and welcomed by our representative at Mumbai airport and transferred to your Hotel. The seven islands that now form Mumbai were first home to the Koli fisher folk, whose shanties still occupy parts of the city shoreline today. Mumbai is the prime commercial center of India. It is named as "Manchester of India as many cloth mills are here. Over night stay at Mumbai 
Day : 26
Mumbai 
Today you will enjoy the coastal city Mumbai by sight seeing of Elephant caves, one of the most picturesque of the little islands in the harbor. It is famous for the enormous carving in its rock-cut temples. Gateway of India, built as a memorial to the visit of King George -VI and Queen Mary in 1911.Marks a ceremonial spot at Appollo Bunder. Victoria Terminus, It is built on the site from where the first railway line in Asia was inaugurated, on July 12, 1853.Another oriental architectural effusion. Afternoon you will be exploring Mumbai visiting Chowpatty Beach and Juhu Beach, a bourgeois paradise, filled to the gills with screaming childrens, curting couples and rowdy adolescents. Over night stay Mumbai 
Day : 27
Mumbai – Onwards Destination 
After breakfast Today morning the day is free for leisure and relax you may optionally shopping in Mumbai. Later you will be Transferred to the Airport and leave your country carrying with you magical memories of our tour