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About Rameshwaram:- Rameshwaram is one of the most important pilgrimage centres in India. A pilgrimage to Varanasi or Kashi is incomplete without going to Rameshwaram. It is an island just off the East Coast of India, connected to the mainland by the longest sea bridge in the country. It is here, according to legends, that Lord Rama, built a bridge across the sea to Lanka to rescue his consort Sita, from her abductor, Ravanna. It is also supposed to be the place where Rama worshipped Lord Shiva, to absolve the sin of having killed Ravanna. Hence the island is named Rameshwara, which means lord of Rama. About Kanyakumari:- Also called Cape Comorin, Kanyakumari is one of the few places in the globe, where you can see both the sunset and sunrise from the same place at same time. Situated in southernmost tip of the main land of Indian peninsula, Kanyakumari boasts of an amazing geographical location along the confluence of three seas, namely the Bay of Bengal, the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean. It also enjoys a special place among discerning tourists as well as devotees. A historic city, Kanyakumari has been linked with many great personalities including Swami Vivekanada and Mahatma Gandhi. While Vivekananda Rock Memorial describes about Swami Vivekananda association with Kanyakumari, the massive 133 feet tall Thiruvalluvar Statue provides a glimpse of great Tamil saint-poet Thiruvalluvar. Places to see in Kanyakumari:- Kanyakumari is home to many temples, historic monuments, architectural masterpieces and natural wonders like waterfalls, hills and lakes. Once you are in the city, you will be surely amazed by the vast collection of sightseeing and leisure options. Vivekananda Rock Memorial is an impressive attraction in Kanyakumari, which is set atop two rocks about 500 metres away in an island. Built around 1970s, the memorial is linked with noted philosopher Swami Vivekananda, and remains open all days in week. Thirvalluvar Statue and Mathur Hanging Trough are the architectural masterpieces that deserve a visit on your Kanyakumari holiday. Also pay a visit to historical monuments, namely Vattakottai Fort, Udayagiri Fort, Kamarajar Mani Mantapa Monument, Padmanabhapuram Palace and Sitharal Jain Monuments. Tsunami Monument is a modern monument that has been built as a memorial of the tragic natural calamity 'Tsunami' along the south shore.An ancient city, Kanyakumari has a deep religious root and houses many places of religious significance. A trip to Kanyakumari is incomplete without visiting the important religious shrines in and around the city. Tiruchendur Temple, Thirunandhikarai Cave Temple, Kumari Amman Temple, Gandhi Mandapam, Suchindram and St. Xavier Church are some of the popular religious sites that you should visit during Kanyakumari tour. Beaches are one of the major attractions of Kanyakumari thronged by visitors in large numbers. Along with spending relaxing moments along the serene beaches, guests can enjoy fascinating views of sunset and sunrise. Sothavilai Beach and Sanghurai Beach are the popular beaches of Kanyakumari. The beach at Vivekanandapuram is considered best for enjoying sunrise and sunset. Maintained by the Ramakrishna Mission, the beach is quite peaceful in comparison to other beaches in Kanyakumari. Besides beaches, there are beautiful waterfalls and lakes in and around Kanyakumari. Courtallam Falls is a picturesque fall that also believed to contains curing powers for many ailments especially mental ailments. Olakaruvi Falls is another waterfall close to Kanyakumari, about 20 km away from Nagercoil. Also visit Thiruparrapu waterfall and have a bath under the water stream set amidst tranquil surroundings. Places to eat in Kanyakumari :- The cuisine of Kanyakumari is typically classic South Indian dominated by rice as main ingredient which is served with many vegetarian dishes as well as non-vegetarian dishes prepared from fish or seafood. People also like Tamil dishes very much such as idli, dosa and sambar. Many restaurants and eateries in Kanyakumari serve the food in traditional way on the banana leaf. You will certainly like the South Indian cuisine a lot. If you don't like South Indian food, you can visit the restaurants that offer Punjabi / Rajasthani style thali at reasonable prices. However, don't forget to savour South Indian food at least once or twice, because it contains a unique aroma quite different from North Indian cuisines. Along with main meals, also drink coconut water available on roadside stalls all around the city. Things to do in Kanyakumari :- Leisurely walks along the beaches are quite popular among the tourists visiting Kanyakumari. Take a stroll on the beaches of Kanyakumari and pass a good time in either watching sunset or sunrise or other activities as per your wish. Remember, bathing is banned in most of the beaches of Kanyakumari due to security reason. However, if you are eager for a bath in massive sea, you can visit Vattakotta Beach, about 6 km away from Kanyakumari. Enjoy a nature trek in the Keeriparai area of Kanyakumari and spot a variety of floral and faunal species in their natural habitat. You can see massive elephants in the plains of Keeriparai and other interesting animals. Kodhayar also called Kodhayar Lower Camp is another natural habitat in Kanyakumari region and houses a wide array of animal and plant species. Explore the 60 km long region through the interesting winding paths, and spot bison, bears and many different wild animals. Enhance your fun and enjoyment many times by visiting the Kanyakumari's popular water amusement park - Baywatch. The park offers thrilling rides such as bumping car, crazy chairs, giant wheel, Milky Way etc. In addition to these, the park has a wax museum and many other attractions that fascinate all age groups. You can relax your mind and body in the special meditation room of Vivekananda Rock Memorial. Shopping in Kanyakumar :- Of course, you will not find glistening shopping malls or chain of branded outlets, but Kanyakumari has enough to please the discerning shoppers. The shops in the city as well as vendors on the sea coasts offer a variety of items that can be bought as a souvenir of Kanyakumari holiday. Explore the markets of Kanyakumari and pick up exquisite items made from seashells, wood and bamboo. You can use these items to decorate your home or office. Palmlead drawings, straw hats, conches, hair bands and clips made of coconut shells, colourful sand packets, star fish shells, and cheap electronics are some of the must buys in Kanyakumari. Don't forget to inscribe your name or special message on conches from the small shops that you can keep as a memorabilia or gift to your near and dear ones. Besides these, you can buy the traditional handicrafts of Tamil Nadu available at Tamil Nadu Co-optex Sales Emporium, Tamil Nadu Crafts and Poompuhar.
Day 1 : Madurai
After arrival at Madurai airport or railway station, you will be transferred to your hotel. Check-in to the hotel and relax for some time. Later in the day, enjoy a local sightseeing tour of Madurai covering places such as Sri Meenakshi Sundareshwara Temple, art museum, Puthu Mandapam, Raya Gopuram etc. Return back to the hotel after the tour and have a comfortable overnight stay.
Day 2 : Madurai - Rameshwaram
After a hearty breakfast, check out of the hotel and drive to Rameshwaram. Upon arrival in Rameshwaram check in to the hotel. Later, embark on a sightseeing tour visiting Ramanathaswamy Temple, Dhanushkodi, Agnitheertham Gandamadana Parvatham. Return back to the hotel for an enjoyable overnight stay at your hotel in Rameshwaram.
Day 3 : Rameshwaram - Kanyakumari
After breakfast check out of the hotel and proceed to Kanyakumari where the Arabian Sea, the Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal, all merge at one place. Upon arrival at Kanyakumari, check-in to the hotel and proceed to visit Vivekananda Rock, Gandhi Museum, and Kumari Amman Temple. Return to the hotel after the tour and have a comfortable overnight stay.
Day 4 : Departure form Kanyakumari
After breakfast, check out from hotel and proceed to Madurai Airport or railway station.
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