Mahabalipuram/Pondicherry/Chennai Package

Private Journey

3 Nights / 4 Days

Mahabalipuram, can be covered within a day. Reach Mahabalipuram by noon. Visit the Tiger Cave that is located at the entrance of Mahabalipuram. Check out the rock monument called “The Descent of the Ganges”, also known as Arjuna’s Penance. Visit the Varaha and Krishna Cave temples. Then, Visit the Krishna’s Butterball and the Pancha Rathas.The India Seashell Museum is also worth a visit. End the trip with a visit to the Shore Temple.

Pondicherry, The coastal city is dotted with untouched beaches and beautifully decorated promenades, which are simply perfect for watching a magical sunrise of sunset. Watching the sun rise over the deep blue expanse of the Bay of Bengal is an experience that everyone should have while in Pondicherry . Pondicherry was a French colony till 1954. Therefore, this city is more like a miniature version of France in India. It gives out colonial, bohemian and serene vibes through its French civilisations

Day 1

  • Arrival in Chennai early morning
  • South Indain Spl Breakfast In Ananda Bhavan ( for one of the best south Indian Food )
  • Post breakfast we leave for Mahabalipuram – en-route Visit crocodile Farm
  • The Madras Crocodile Bank Trust and Centre for Herpetology(MCBT) is a reptile  zoo and herpetology research station, located 40 kilometres  south of the city of Chennai, in state of Tamil Nadu. This place has most of the 23 species of crocodilians that exist today (Dr. Barr has caught them all in the wild).They also have some snakes such as python in there.
  • Lunch at 2pm On way to Mahabalipuram
  • Mahabalipuram lies on the Coromandel Coast which faces the Bay of Bengal. This is an elegant place to watch which a well established sea port was during the 7th to 10th centuries of the Pallava dynasty. This was the second capital of the Pallavas who ruled Kanchipuram. Formerly, mahabalipuram was known and called as Mamallapuram. The former name of this place ‘Mahabalipuram’ has a history.
  • At Mahabalipuram where you spend time exploring ancient rock cut temples and exquisite sculptures. Delve into the history of the Pallavas, an ancient dynasty that once ruled an extensive part of India and beyond. Visit the Sea Shore Temple, literally a sculptural gallery in its heydays, and descent of the Ganges / Arjuna’s Penance, the largest open-air bas-relief and the finest in the world.
  • Check in Hotel at 3pm
  • Rest till 4.30
  • 30 Pm Visit to Mahabaliuram Tempe ,  Krishana Butterball and stone  carving /sculpture making artist at Mahabalipuram
  • Night Stay In Mahabalipuram

Day 2

  • Wakeup at 7am
  • Yoga Class for 30 min on beach
  • 9 am Breakfast at Hotel .10.30am We leave for Pondicherry now called as Puducherry
  • Though very small, Pondicherry was the largest French colony in India. The city has a long and interesting history of trade and war. There is a strong French influence in the city, especially in the old quarters, with Rues and Boulevards lined with Mediterranean style houses and bakeries, although the city remains very much Indian.
  • 12 am visit to Aurbindo Ashram – The Sri Aurobindo Ashram is a spiritual community located in Pondicherry, in the Indian territory of Puducherry. The ashram grew out of a small community of disciples who had gathered around Sri Aurobindo after he retired from politics and settled in Pondicherry in 1910.
  • 1 pm Lunch and  Check in Hotel at 2 pm
  • 4pm -7pm – Explore French Quarters and War Memorial -The French War Memorial in Puducherry, India is a war memorial dedicated to residents of French India who died for the country during the First World War
  • Explore Promenade and Mahatma Gandhi Statue
  • Rock Beach is the popular stretch of beachfront in the city of Puducherry, India, along the Bay of Bengal. It is a 1.2-kilometre-long stretch in Pondicherry, starts from War Memorial and end at Dupleix Park on the Goubert Avenue.
  • Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, situated on the south boulevard of Pondicherry in Puducherry, India, is an oriental specimen of Gothic architecture. It contains rare stained glass panels depicting events from the life of Christ and saints of the Catholic Church
  • Night Stay in Puducherry

Day 3

  • Wakeup Call at 7 am , Walk on the promonade
  • Breakfast at 9 am
  • We leave for Chennai at 10.30am ( Puducherry to Chennai is 3 hrs by road )
  • Lunch at 1 pm
  • Embark on a private tour to discover the sights of Tamil Nadu’s capital Chennai
  • Witness the vibrant Marina Beach and see the Graceful San Thome Basilica, built by Portuguese settlers.
  • Balance Day at rest
  • Night stay in Hotel in Chennai

Day 4

We leave for Marina beach at 7am and enjoy the beach walk

Breakfast at 10am, checkout and depart for next destination

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