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Kanchipuram Sameday Return Tour Package

Kanchipuram Sameday Return Tour Package

Place
Vehicle Type
Seating Capacity
Charges
Chennai to Kanchi to Chennai
Toyota Etios
4 + 1
₹ 6800/-
Chennai to Kanchi to Chennai
Toyota Innova
6 or 7 + 1
₹ 7900/-
Chennai to Kanchi to Chennai
Innova Crysta
6 + 1
₹ 11,400/-
Chennai to Kanchi to Chennai
Tavera
9 + 1
₹ 7400/-
Chennai to Kanchi to Chennai
Tempo Traveller
12 / 13 (14 seater on request)
₹ 9600/-

-: GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS :-

  • Above Charges includes Km Charges, Driver Allowance , Diesel Charges, Toll Charges
  • Airport parking and General Parking if any payable by Guest
  • Number of days for usages same day
  • Charges is Valid for 250 kms Usages
  • Beyond 250 Kms will be charged at Rs.11 /- per Kms for Etios / Dezire, Rs.20/- per Kms for innova Crysta, Rs.13/- per Kms for innova, Rs.12/- per Kms for Tavera and Rs.16/- per Kms for Force Tempo Traveler respectively
  • If any Additional Day usage then the Minimum coverage of 250 kms per day is Applicable and additional driver batta is applicable per day

 

In and Around Kanchipuram Sameday Return Tour Package

Kanchipuram is a pleasant rural town. About 75% of Kanchipuram’s population is dependent on the Silk Saree industry. The Kanchipuram Silk Saree is hand-woven with dyed silk yarn with interleaved designs made with ‘Jari’. Kanchipuram Sameday Return Tour Package|Car Rental Chennai to kanchipuram | kanchipuram one day tour package | Kanchipuram Tour Packages| One Day Kanchipuram Tour | Kanchipuram Darshan Tour & Travel.

Kamakshi-Amman-Temple-Sankaracharya-Shri-Kanchi Kamakoti Peetham-temple tourist places-chennai

Kamakshi-Amman-Temple-Sankaracharya-Shri-Kanchi Kamakoti Peetham-temple tourist places-chennai

Kailasanatha Temple
Dedicated to Siva, Kailasanathais one of the earliest temples. It was built by the Pallava king, Nayasimha, in the late 7th century, though its front was added later by his son, King Varman III. The temple is run by the Archaeology Department and is very interesting, Quite unusually, non-Hindus are allowed into the inner sanctum.

Sri Ekambarnathar Temple
The Sri Ekambarnathar Temple is dedicated to Siva and is one of the largest temples in Kanchipuram, covering nine hectares. Its 59 m high gopuram and massive outer stone wall were constructed in 1509 by Krishna Devaraja of the Vijayananagar Empire, though construction was originally started by the Pallavas and the temple was later extended by the Cholas.

Kamaskhi Amman Temple
The Kamaskhi Amman Temple- dedicated to the goddess Paravati, this important temple is the site of the annual Car Festival, held on the 9th lunar day in February -March. When not in use, the ornately carved wooden car is kept partially covered in corrugated iron halfway up Gandhi Rd. The temple has a golden gopuram in the centre