INR 1,900.00
Days: 1


Half Day City Tour Trichy / Tamilnadu(TRC01)
  • Visit Sri Ranganathaswami Temple
  • Srirangam

Tiruchirapally or Trichy is an industrial town, with important industries such as BHEL, OFT, HAPP and the Golden Rock Railway Work Shop.  Situated on the banks of the Cauvery River, in ancient times it was home to the Cholas, the Pallavas and the Pandyas. Trichy is built around the 83 m high Rock Fort, which is almost 3,800 million years old. 

Best Season: Jan - Mar, Oct - Dec 

Languages: Tamil

Weather: Summer 26 to 38°C,Winter 20 to 30°C


INR 4,200.00
Days: 1


Full Day City Tour Trichy / Tamilnadu(TRC02)
  • Sri Ranganathaswami Temple
  • Tiruvanaikkaval Temple
  • Srirangam
  • The Maariamman Temple.

Tiruchirapally or Trichy is an industrial town, with important industries such as BHEL, OFT, HAPP and the Golden Rock Railway Work Shop.  Situated on the banks of the Cauvery River, in ancient times it was home to the Cholas, the Pallavas and the Pandyas. Trichy is built around the 83 m high Rock Fort, which is almost 3,800 million years old. 

Best Season: Jan - Mar, Oct - Dec 

Languages: Tamil

Weather: Summer 26 to 38°C,Winter 20 to 30°C


INR 3,150.00
Days: 1


Full Day Trichy & Tanjore Ex. Trichy / Tamilnadu(TRC03)
  • Tanjore Palace, Museum,Saraswathi Mahal Library,Prahadeeshwar Temple ,Rockfort, Local Markets,Sri Ranganatha Swamy Temple, visit Thiruvaikoil JambukeshwarTemple.

Tiruchirappalli now called Trichy is situated on the banks of the Cauvery river. Trichy, the fourth largest city in the state was a citadel of the early Cholas which later fell to the Pallavas. But the Pallavas never really managed to retain control of this strategic city and lost it to the Pandyas several times. The struggle for power between the Pallavas and Pandyas continued till 10th centuryas the Cholas asserted and assumed the reigns until the deadline of the century.

Tiruchirapally or Trichy is an industrial town, with important industries such as BHEL, OFT, HAPP and the Golden Rock Railway Work Shop.  Situated on the banks of the Cauvery River, in ancient times it was home to the Cholas, the Pallavas and the Pandyas. Trichy is built around the 83 m high Rock Fort, which is almost 3,800 million years old. 

Best Season: Jan - Mar, Oct - Dec 

Languages: Tamil

Weather: Summer 26 to 38°C,Winter 20 to 30°C


INR 4,900.00
Days: 1


Full Day Vallankanni Ex. Trichy(TRC04)
  • Velankanni churches, beach & local shopping

Velankanni is a small holy town located in Nagapattinam. Located 12 km to the south, this town sits on the Coromandel Coast in Tamil Nadu. The most significant place at Velankanni is the Shrine of Virgin Mary which is dedicated to the Madonna of Velankanni often called Our Lady of Health.

Velankanni has a long history that dates back to 1560, when Virgin Mary is said to have visited this place. According to the tale, Mary asked for milk from the shepherd in order to quench thirst of the baby, the baby she had was known to be Lord Jesus. This site was then marked with the construction of a thatched chapel.


INR 7,200.00
Days: 2
Night: 1


One Night Two Days Vallakanni Tour Ex. Trichy / Tamilnadu(TRC05)
  • Visit Velankanni churches, beach & local shopping.

Velankanni is a small holy town located in Nagapattinam. Located 12 km to the south, this town sits on the Coromandel Coast in Tamil Nadu. The most significant place at Velankanni is the Shrine of Virgin Mary which is dedicated to the Madonna of Velankanni often called Our Lady of Health.

Velankanni has a long history that dates back to 1560, when Virgin Mary is said to have visited this place. According to the tale, Mary asked for milk from the shepherd in order to quench thirst of the baby, the baby she had was known to be Lord Jesus. This site was then marked with the construction of a thatched chapel.


INR 38,000.00
Days: 7
Night: 8


7 Night 8 Days Package - Velankanni (1N), Madirai (2N), Ooty (2N), Mysore(2N) - Trichy / Tamilnadu(TRC06)

Visit Velankanni, ooty, Madurai, Mysore City

During the rule of the British this town was called Trichnopoly. Today it is Tiruchirappalli and is also called Tiruchirappalli for short. This city is situated on the banks of the Kaveri river. Tiruchirappalli is the fourth largest city in the state and it was a citadel of the early Chola rulers which later fell to the Pallavas kings. The Pallavas never really managed to retain control of this strategic city and lost it to the Pandyas several times. The struggle for power between the Pallavas and Pandyas continued till 10th century as the Cholas asserted and assumed rule for a long time. Tiruchirappalli is 325 km from Chennai.

When this empire collapsed around 1565, Tiruchirappalli came to be under the rule of different rulers. They were the Nayaks of Madurai, the Marathas, the Nawabs of Carnatic, the French and finally the British. But it was under the Nayaks of Madurai that this town prospered in its own right and grew to become the city that it is today. The city is a fine blend of the traditional and the modern and the town developed was built around the Rock Fort. Apart from the fort there are several churches, colleges and missions dating back to the 1760s. This town is also called the Rome of the East because every Christian denomination has some kind of an establishment in this city. With excellent infrastructural facilities Tiruchirappalli is a good base to see east and central Tamil Nadu.