Rameswaram Dhanushkodi tour
- Accommodation as per itinerary
- Bottled water
- Round-trip private transfer
- Transport by private vehicle
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Fuel surcharge
- GST (Goods and Services Tax)
What’s not included
- Entrance fees
- Food and drinks, unless specified
Day 01: Madurai (City Tour)Pickup from Madurai Airport – Check-in to the lodging after lunch – Proceed for Sight-seeing spots Thiruparankundram (Murugan Temple is a Hindu sanctuary and one of the Six Abodes of Murugan), Thirumalai Nayakkar Mahal (This Palace was worked in 1636 by King Thirumalai Nayak with the assistance of an Italian Architect), Mariamman Tank, Alagar Temple, Gandhi Museum one of the five Gandhi Sanghralayas in the nation, Meenakshi Amman Temple is one of the most established and most renowned sanctuaries in Tamilnadu – Overnight remain in Madurai.
Day 02: Madurai – Rameshwaram – Dhanushkodi After breakfast registration from the Hotel drive to Rameshwaram and visit Pamban Bridge, Agni Theertham, Ramanathaswamy TempleHousing the world’s most sacrosanct sand hill (a lingam said to have been made by Rama’s better half Sita, with the goal that he could love Shiva), this sanctuary is one of India’s holiest places of worship, After Lunch continue to Dhanushkodi is a phantom town at the south-eastern tip of Pamban Island – Over-night remain in Rameshwaram.
Day 3After breakfast registration from the Hotel drive to Madurai airplane terminal for takeoff.
Rameshwaram visit is inadequate if Dhanushkodi isn’t in one’s agenda. We were told by local people that our beat explorer couldn’t assume us to the position, essentially in light of the fact that the street closes where the dhanushkodi town starts. The decisions were jeep Safari or trucks. We settled on the last mentioned, for the straightforward reason that a truck drive isn’t one’s regular decision. Around 10 to 20 trucks were stopped toward the finish of the street, which isn’t precisely the start of the town, here the shoreline has a tall ocean divider. When we procure the truck they take us through the shoreline towards Dhanushkodi, to me it was the apocalypse. The uneven truck ride was both brave and fun.