Cape of India, the southern tip, the confluence of the three sees. where all Indians meet.
Cape or Kanyakumari is a unique place where one can see the whole of India. Just 90 k. m. from Trivandrum and a journey of 2 hours on can reach there. On the way a visit to the famous Palace of the Travancore Royalty for a unique palace architecture and the visit to the Suchindram temple a fine example of Dravidian Temple architecture will add flavor to a memorable tour. A journey in a boat to the memorial built of rock to the Saint Vivekananda along with other Indian pilgrims speaking different languages and dressed in tradition to the place they are from will give you an experience no where else can expect.
This all encompassing tour will take only 8 hours including the time taken for lunch.
Tour stat from Trivandrum at 08. 00 hrs.
Drive to Padmanabhapuram Palace ( The wooden Palace of the Travancore Royalty. 1 hour
Drive to Suchindtram Temple (a live temple, fine example of Dravidan Temple architecture withhuge tower in the front, marvelous stone carvings inside. 30 minutes.
Reach Cape Comorine the lands end of India. Sit for lunch in a hotel of your choice. 1 hour
After lunch embark on a ferry transfer to the rock memmorial where we see all Indians at one place. 1 hour.
On return from Rock Memmorial join the pilgrims to visit the goddess temple. 30 minutes.
Return to Trivandrum 16. 00 hrs.
Arrive Trivandrum 18. 00 hrs.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At mutually agreed location.
End location: At mutually agreed location.
Duration: 10 hours
Chances are duration is subject to change due to addition/skipping one or two spots. It depends on the priorities of the group booking the tour.
An a/c. Toyota ( Innova )SUV is used for transport with 6 seat including driver and guide.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
5000 Indian Rupee - This is meant for paying at the hotel for lunch and other local expenditure of personal nature per person.
I have the approval of the Ministry of Tourism Govt.of India to guide tourists in south India. .
A few temples do not allow non Hindus to enter the sanctum. I will not be able to guide the tourists there, as I am not a Hindu.