Kanyakumari; also known as Kanniyakumari, formerly known as Cape Comorin, is a town in Kanyakumari District in the state of Tamil Nadu in India. The name comes from the temple, Devi Kanya Kumari Temple in the region.

Day 01 : Arrival at Madurai. Visiting temple and overnight stay.
Day 02 : Proceed to Rameshwaram and stay after sightseeing)
Day 03 : Temple visit and proceed to Kanyakumari. Overnight stay in Kanyakumari
Day 04 : Full day in Kanyakumari with sight seeing and overnight stay.
Day 04 : : Proceed to Madurai and drop at airport or railway station
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Places To See
1. Kanyakumari to Alvar Tirunagari
A trip from Kanyakumari to Alvar Tirunagari temple is enjoyable and exciting. Kanyakumari is a major tourist destination and also an important centre for pilgrims. Large number of tourists visits the enchanting city to explore the colorful sandy beaches and temples in the region. The temples of Kanyakumari that are gracefully designed are the epitomes of attractions for the tourists

2. Baywatch Kanyakumari
Baywatch Kanyakumari is a highly modernized water theme amusement park in Kanyakumari,Tamil Nadu which houses a number of joyrides. It is special in the sense that the standard of the park is at par with any internationally recognized amusement park. With time, the park has become very with tourists from all over India, especially children. Also, locals have now a new hangout to take the entire family for a weekend chill out.

3. Kanyakumari Beach
The beaches in Kanyakumari attract a large number of tourists to this coastal town every year. This picturesque town is located in Tamil Nadu, in South India. Tourists love to savor the beauty of sunrises and sunsets from Kanyakumari beach.

4.Gandhi Memorial Kanyakumari
The Gandhi Memorial, Kanyakumari is temple built in 1956, to commemorate Mohanlal Karamchand Gandhi, better known as Gandhi. Gandhiji, the ambassador of Indian struggle for independence is considered the father of the nation. After his death, shortly after the independence his body was cremated and the ashes disposed off in the sea adjoining Kanyakumari. The ashes, before being disposed off, were kept at the spot where the present Gandhi Memorial stands. The temple lies in the close proximity of the Amman temple.

5 .Kuttralam
Kuttralam has become pretty famous over the years and increasing number of tourists take the way from Kanyakumari to Kuttralam. The chief reason for the popularity of Kuttralam is the presence of the numerous natural waterfalls, which are known o have medicinal value and hence healing properties. Ayurveda and natural way of healing has become very popular the world over. To encash on this excellent opportunity and return something more to the tourists to Kuttralam, the Kuttralam resorts have been built

6 .Mathoor Hanging Bridge
A journey from Kanyakumari to Mathoor Hanging Bridge is adventurous and very exciting. Kanyakumari is a famous tourist destination in southern part of India. The beautiful location amidst valleys, coconut tress and paddy fields enchants one and all.

7. Mundathurai Tiger Sanctuary
Excursion from Kanyakumari to Mundathurai Tiger Sanctuary is indeed an exciting expedition. The Mundathurai Tiger Sanctuary is a famous tiger reserve park, which is located in the Western Ghats of India. Being watered by the rains in two-thirds part of the year, the Mundathurai forest is an evergreen forest the only one of its kind in south India. The Agasthyamalai hills, the third highest peak in Mundathurai Tiger Sanctuary are a one of the richest biodiverse regions in the world. There are many plants in this forest, which are endemic to the region.

8 .Muttam
During the journey from Kanyakumari to Muttam, the tourists will come across many places and locations at Kanyakumari. Kanyakumari is a beautiful city with exotic locations that attract tourists from all over the world.

9 .Nagaraja Temple, Nagercoil
A tour from Kanyakumari to Nagaraja Temple, Nagercoil is a wonderful experience. Kanyakumari is situated at the tip of South India, with three oceans in its surroundings. The beautiful land is surrounded with pristine beaches, lush green coconut grooves, and paddy fields that attract tourists from all over the world.

10 .Padamanabhapuram
A journey from Kanyakumari to Padamanabhapuram drives the mind and soul to ecstasy. Kanyakumari is located in the southernmost tip of South India. This place is a major destination for pilgrims as well as tourists. Bounded by the three oceans, this exotic land of beaches and coconut trees has a unique charm attracting tourists from all over India

11 .Pechiparai Dam
A trip from Kanyakumari to Pechiparai Dam is full of fun and excitement. Kanyakumari is a beautiful city with exotic beaches and tourist attractions. The city is bounded by the Indian Ocean in the south and Arabian Sea in the south west. Kerala lies in the northwestern side of the city.

12 .Suchindram Temple
The Suchindram Temple lies some 11 kilometers from Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu . This is a temple dedicated to the three chief Hindu Gods, Shiva, Vishnu and Brahma. While Brahma stands for creation, Shiva stands for destruction and Vishnu stands for balance in nature. This temple has two interesting legends associated with it. This 134 feet temple of Suchindram is architecture of amazing dexterity and endeavor. The whole of the front face of the temple covered with sculpting from the Hindu mythology. Inside the temple is the Lingam, representing the three Gods.

13 .Thengapattinam Beach
An excursion from Kanyakumari to Thengapattinam Beach amidst the green paddy fields and coconut trees enchants one and all. Kanyakumari, located in the southernmost tip of India is easily accessible by air and rail. The place is famous not only for its exotic beaches but it is also popular as an important pilgrim center.

14 .Thirparappu Waterfall
A trip from Kanyakumari to Thirparappu Waterfall is full of adventure and thrill. A journey to this picturesque spot near Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu is a memorable experience of a lifetime.

15 .Tirunelveli
Excursions from Kanyakumari to Tirunelveli are often undertaken by tourists, who wish to visit the city for the many historical places and temples, which are found here. Not all temples are located in the city proper but in the outskirts of the city, within the Tirunelveli district. The most important temples and religious destinations of the Hindus include the Muruga temple, Tenkasi, the Sankarankovil. This apart, there is the very famous Courtallam waterfall. The Courtallam pulls the maximum crowd during the summer season. The water here has healing properties and the scenic beauty is a balm for eyes, tired with the drab sight of city life. Many a south Indian as a well as Bollywood films have been shot in the backdrop of the Courtallam falls.

16 .Vattakottai
Kanyakumari to Vattakottai is a journey of about an hour or less than an hour by car and might take a little more time by bus. Vattakottai is the name of a fort, which is also known, by the name of Circular Fort. In spite of the name, the Vattakottai fort is actually rectangular in shape. The adjoining place of the Circular Fort is now used as picnic spot. Even parts of the fort have been converted to holiday home. The river that flows by the side of the fort and the scenic beauty of the surrounding place makes for a perfectly romantic setting.

17 .Vivekananda Memorial
Vivekananda Memorial or the Vivekananda Rock Memorial is the temple compound on one of the huge rock islands, lying some 500 meters off the tip of the Indian peninsula. On these rocks, which were considered sacred since ancient times, Swami Vivekananda had attained enlightenment after a prolonged meditation in the year 1892. He had reached the place by swimming through the harsh waters of the adjoining sea.

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