Kanyakumari is situated in Tamil Nadu, on the southernmost edge of peninsular India. The fabulous beach destination is equally popular among the honeymooners, pleasure seekers and pilgrims. The city is named after Kanyakumari temple, which is dedicated to Kanyakumari Amman. The city is well connected by airways and waterways, with the nearest airport being Trivandrum, which is 80 km away. It is connected with all major cities of India through a network for broad-gauge railway lines and it can be reached by bus via Nagarkoil which is 19 km away.
Our three days long itinerary for Kanyamukari tour is detailed below :
On your arrival to Thiruvananthapuram airport, you will be escorted in an air-conditioned car by our staff to Kanyamukari, which is 80 km away. Being tired, you will be free to freshen up and relax in your hotel. Rest of the evening will be all yours. Enjoy your delicious dinner at the night during Kanyakumari tour. Our representatives will brief you about your next two days itinerary, about tourist places in Kanyakumari at night.
After breakfast, we will proceed straight to Kanyakumari temple, which treasures an idol of virgin deity Kumari Amman (Kanya Kumari) which is made of a black granite stone with a diamond nose ring glittering in the dark chambers of the temple complex. Kanyakumari Amman temple is one of the famous Kanyakumari temple Thereafter, we will visit Gandhi Mandapam, which is a memorial for Mahatma Gandhi. It was inaugurated on 02 October 1952 and houses a library which has a rich collection of books on history, politics and philosophy. Gandhi Mandapam is so famous tourist places in Kanyakumari. After lunch, we will proceed to Suchindram temple, which is 13 km from Kanyakumari. Suchindram temple is dedicated to Trinity and is adorned with beautiful gopurams and musical pillars. We will return back to our hotel room at night for dinner during your Kanyakumari tour.
On last day of our tour, we will start our day with a trip to Vivekananda Rock Memorial. The memorial is situated amidst the sea and there is a huge statue of Vivekananda. It is one of the major draws of Kanyakumari and you will have to take a ferry to reach the memorial. After spending some time on the rock memorial, we will go to see Our Lady of Ransom Church. The church has a Gothic style of architecture and was built in 15th century. It has a gold cross on the central tower and a thatched roof. Sea waves form an excellent backdrop for the church. After lunch, we will proceed to see Padmanabhapuram Palace, which is 15 km from Nagarcoil. The palace is known for its military style architectural marvel and wooden carvings. It was the seat of power for Travancore emperors till 1790. At night, we will return back to hotel for dinner.