Private Sightseeing Tour To Kanchipuram from Chennai

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Daily

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Day Trip / Excursions

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  • Visit the City of One Thousand Temples, one of the seven most sacred pilgrim centers for the Hindus. Kanchipuram has a rich history and it’s one of the oldest cities in India. The temples of Kanchipuram are known for their grandeur and great architecture. The architecture of Kanchi monuments was trendsetting with great sculpture work and unique style and became a benchmark for South Indian architecture.  Aside from the temples, it is also known as the “Silk City” for its breathtaking, hand-woven sarees. The silk weavers of Kanchi go back more than 400 years and have given it an enviable reputation as the producer of the best silk sarees in the country.
  • Drive to Kanchipuram, famous for silks and temples dating back to the 2ndcentury. The capital city of the Pallavas, this ancient city of a thousand temples is an important Hindu pilgrim center and one of the seven most sacred sites in India. Selected temple sites will illustrate the various architectural styles, adorned with Hinduism’s favorite deities carved in bas-relief.Kanchipuram is also known for its hand-loom industry. The exquisite silk saris and clothes made from pure mulberry silk yarn are world famous and the best in the country.
  • Timing : 09:30hrs to 17:30hrs.
  • Meal as listed in itinerary.
  • Private Transportation for the visits.
  • Professional local English speaking city guide for visits.
  • Admission Fees of visiting sites per itinerary.
  • All local government taxes where applicable.
  • Items of a personal nature, such as, telephone calls and beverages including wines, liquors, soft drinks, Meal (Refer to Tour Inclusions) list in the program
  • Tips &Gratuities to guide(s) and to chauffeur(s).
  • Any expenses caused by reasons beyond Apollo Voyages and its associate office.
  • Any other expenses not mentioned in inclusions.
  • Please carry valid identity proofs (passport, driving license etc).
  • Please note that dress codes are conservative throughout India; modest and respectful clothing that covers the shoulders and knees is recommended. This is very important while visiting religious places.
  • Always carry bottled water or packaged mineral water.
  • Avoid taking street food unless you are into experimenting.
  • Take care of your belongings while travelling in a crowded public place.
  • Keep photocopies of your passport in the hotel locker.
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