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Tour Of Tamilnadu

Tamil Nadu-A landscape of ethnic and traditional heritage that offers its visitors and tourists every opportunity to be intrigued by the vast wealth of history and beauty it has. It is a blend of both the new and the primitive, making Tamil Nadu a spectacular paradise to explore and experience our past cultural heritage with all the present amenities.

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Tamilnadu Tourism Packages

If you’d like to relax by the beach, see amazing scenery, be close to nature or consume spicy food, the Tamil Nadu tour packages at Refresh Holiday are fantastic. You can see the magnificent temples at Thanjavur, Kanchipuram, Madurai and Rameswaram with us. To bypass the heat along the coast, fly with our Tamil Nadu packages to the majestic and mesmerizing hill stations of Kodaikanal and Ooty; these destinations are also perfect for a honeymoon.

Best Time to Visit Tamilnadu

The best time to experience Tamil Nadu is during the winter season, i.e. when the temperature is fairly low between the months of November to February, and friendly to discover the state’s attractions. Monsoon season deliver torrential downpour which makes it an awkward time to travel through Tamil Nadu. Summer is great for visiting the stations in the hills though.

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How to Reach Tamilnadu

By Air:In Tamil Nadu practically every big city has its own airport.Chennai, Madurai, Tiruchirapalli, Trivandrum, and Coimbatore some of the most prominent ones have their own airport facility. Airway is the fastest, most comfortable and most time-saving way of getting to Tamil Nadu. In total, the state has nine airports, both domestic and international, which are very well connected by regular flights to other cities, states, and countries. While it’s a little pricey, it’s the best way to visit Tamil Nadu if you’re traveling from faraway states or cities as it gives you access to this beautiful state in a few hours.

By Rail:Tamil Nadu state is conveniently connected to Indian Railway Network. There are plenty of trains plying to Tamil Nadu from all the country’s major cities. The Southern Railways provide seamless access via various trains to travellers from other states and cities such as Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka, Odisha, Bihar, Maharashtra, Gujarat, and Delhi.  If you’re on a budget trip then the most successful way to get to Tamil Nadu is by rail.

By Road:Tamil Nadu may also be well-connected to neighbouring states and towns. If you live in Tamil Nadu’s neighbouring cities or states, you can also enjoy the thrill of a long drive to reach the state through roads and national highways. Nonetheless, you can either drive your own car or you can board a bus to get there by route. There are a lot of buses, both public and private, that often ply from neighbouring states and towns.

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1.Bangalore

Bangalore

Bangalore has slowly grown from being the Garden City to India's Silicon Valley, and is India's third largest city. Bangalore is cherished here because of its great environment, scenic views and the many lakes. Bangalore is famed for its restaurants, street food stalls, eccentric cafes, coffee roasters and pubs that dot every corner of the city, serving cuisines from all over the world. Brunches, buffets, burgers, cafes on the rooftops, late-night snacks-Bangalore has everything.

2.Mysore

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Reputedly known as The City of Palaces, it would not be inaccurate to assume that Mysore, now Mysuru, is one of the country's most important places in terms of ancient prevails. It is full of the heritage of its glorious royal legacy, elegant architecture, historic silk sarees, yoga, and sandalwood, to name though a few. A very popular tourist spot that sees thousands of tourists mowing in and around it every day, the Mysore Palace is a fascinating example of Indo-Saracen architecture, every inch of the palace drips with lavishness and intricate detail, and every groove of the palace.

3.Ooty

ooty

The Blue Mountains always veiled in mysticism, and Ooty is no anomaly. The very idea of commuting to the town, known as the Queen of the Hills, holds an attraction like no other for every mountain enthusiast. Ooty oozes versatility, limitlessness, and anyone who visits the place will feel at one with the local community. The road to Ooty itself is filled with stunning views of the spectacular Nilgiri hills, tea gardens, and serene waterfalls. Ooty’s beautiful, peaceful scenery is almost movie-like – winding country lanes that you can literally walk on for hours, and the beauty of old-world colonial architecture permeates fresh air into traveller’s hearts.

4.Coorg

Coorg

Located in Karnataka between formidable mountains with a continually dusky background, Coorg is the place to be for all outdoor enthusiasts. This famous hill station producing coffee is not only famous because of its lush green hills, and the streams that pass through them. It is also a major spot, due to its culture and people.

5.Kodaikanal​

Kodaikanal​

Safely tucked amongst the descending slopes of the Palani Hills, Kodaikanal stands at an altitude of 7200 feet above sea level, and once you explore this hill station, you'll find that every bit of what you picture to be is real. Kodaikanal is a place where you can take a short break from the rigors of everyday city life, and this hill station allows you to sit back and interact with nature as you walk on biking or trekking paths or walk through the vast forests around the city.

6.Madurai

Madhurai

It is called the 'Lotus City' as designed and built in the shape of a lotus. Madurai is renowned for her consort Meenakshi Amman Temple, dedicated to goddess Meenakshi with a sanctum, Sundareshwarar. The place possesses a strong cultural heritage, having commercial relations with ancient Rome. With thriving bazaars and amazing street food, Madurai has day-round heritage walks.

7.Rameshwaram

Rameshwaram

Rameshwaram is nestled on a beautiful island as we go toward south. In this place too Lord Shiva is revered. Known worldwide for its majestic prakaras with huge sculptured pillars on either side, The Temple of Ramanathaswamy comprises the world's longest hallway. Agniteertham is known for its holy waters and pilgrims perform poojas at this seashore in memory of their ancestors.

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4 Nights /5 days Tamilnadu Package
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Visit Bangalore Mysore Ooty

South India boasts lush hills and cultural centres. Explore this majestic land with Refresh Holidays. The endeavour begins with a Bangalore city tour, covering the Temple of Bull, Vidhana Soudha, etc. A tour of Srirangapatna and Mysore Palace will mark your landing in Mysore. Enjoy a nice drive through the Western Ghats to get to Ooty and experience its breath-taking scenery. This holiday helps you to explore South India and make your time memorable like never before.

5 Nights /6 days Tamilnadu Package
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Bangalore Mysore Coorg Ooty Kodaikanal

Feel intense joy on this trip to Bangalore, Mysore, Coorg, Ooty and Kodaikanal with Refresh Holidays personalized 5 Nights/6 days package. Delve into the proud history of Bangalore by taking a tour of Vidhana Soudha. A walk through Mysore Palace's courtyards will give you far more insight into South India’s historic treasures. Even the natural treasures, as you see lush hills on a drive to Nilgiris and watch the sunset as you walk along Ooty Lake, will never cease to marvel. See the picturesque Pillar Rocks and give a perfect ending to your holidays.

6 Nights /7 days Best of South India
Rameshwaram

Visit Madurai Rameshwaram Kanyakumari Kovalam

Refresh Holidays promises you to discover the best spiritual and cultural attractions with this 6 night/ 7 days South India holiday package. Pay respects at the Meenakshi Amman Temple in Madurai. This temple has many intricately designed pillars. A fine example of Dravidian architecture is the ancient Sri Ramanathaswamy Temple at Rameswaram, one of the 12 Jyotirlingas. The Napier Museum in Trivandrum is a must-see for the ivory carvings and temple chariots. Kanyakumari and Kovalam have pleasant stays.