Kanchipuram is a well-known sanctuary city in Tamilnadu. It’s just 72 kilometres from Chennai and is the capital city of southern territory of Tamilnadu. Our Chennai to Kanchipuram tour package not only make you have a blessed journey all around the city but also other places that are close to Kanchipuram. You can roam around the entire city with the help of our Kanchipuram one day tour package and visit the beautiful holy places.

Our Kanchipuram tour packages will allow you to select the cars according to your choice. We have a wide variety of cars under this car rental package. We have Xylo, Dzire, Innova, Logan, Etios, Indigo, Indica, Tavera and Tempo Traveller. Our drivers will guide you in all aspects from darshan to sightseeing.

Tourist attractions in Kanchipuram

Kailasanathar Temple

There are almost 2500 temples in Tamilnadu that are dedicated to Lord Shiva and Kanchipuram Kailashnathar temple is one among them. It is located on the banks of Vedavathi River and as well this temple has a larger number of visitors every year.

Varadaraja Perumal Temple

This temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. It is one of the 108 Divya Desams and has mammoth spiritual importance. Devotees of Lord Vishnu from all over the world visit this temple to seek his blessings.

Vaikunta Perumal Temple

This temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is built by Pallava king. There are several beautiful lion pillared cloisters and many inscriptions that tells many histories of this temple. Lord Vishnu has other avatars in Kanchipuram as Ulagalanda Perumal temple, Vaikunta Perumal temple and Ashtabuja Perumal temple.

Ekambareswarar Temple

It is the largest temple in Kanchipuram. It was built by Pallavas for Lord Shiva but renovated by Cholas and Rayas. Here, 1000 Lingas are carved in one solitary stone. There is a mango tree in this temple which 3500 years old.

Kamakshi Amman Temple

Kanchipuram is highly popular for its cultural heritage and this temple is the important gem in south India. The chief goddess Kamakshi here is seated imposing Padmasana. It’s a yogic pose representing harmony and richness instead of traditional standing posture. The letter ‘Ka’ in the name Kamakshi refers to Saraswathi, ‘ma’ means Lakshmi and ‘akshi’ means gracious eyes. These three Hindu goddess forms the energy of the universe.

Other than pilgrimage centres in Kanchipuram, we also cover Anna memorial, Museum, Kanchi Kudil and the Kanchi Mutt.

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