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Located in the southernmost part of India, at the meeting point of three seas namely Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean and Bay of Bengal, Kanyakumari is well -identified for its rich culture and tradition.

The place has its own unique beauty which gives an unforgettable and refreshing experience. Referred by British as ‘Cape Comorin’, Kanyakumari got its name from Goddess Kanyakumari Amman.

Normally the days and evenings in Kanyakumari are finely attractive, however on a full moon day Kanyakumari has awesome sight when sun and moon are neighboring to each other at night.

Kanyakumari is an important Hindu Pilgrim centre and draws huge tourists’ population from all over the world.Some of the worth-visiting tourists’ attractions are Vivekananda Rock Memorial, Kumariamman Temple, Gandhi Memorial, Government Museum and Suchindram Temple.


Best Kanyakumari Holiday Packages

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Madurai Rameshwaram Kanyakumari Tour
3 N / 4 D

Madurai - Rameshwaram - Kanyakumari

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Tamil Nadu Religious Tour
9 N / 10 D

Chennai - Mahabalipuram - Tanjore - Trichy - Madurai – Trivandrum - Kanyakumari

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  • Excursion to attraction of Chennai
  • Visit the UNESCO Sites at Mahabalipuram
  • Trip to Brihadeswara Temple at Tanjore
  • Pay homage at Ranganath Temple
  • Tour to famous temples in Trichy
  • Madurai temple tour
  • Holy bath at Dhanushkodi Sea, Rameshwaram
  • Explore the gems of Kanyakumari
  • Witness the tourist spots of Kerala

Religious Tour of South India
12 N / 13 D

Delhi - Bangalore - Puttaparthi - Tirupati - Chennai - Mahabalipuram - Madurai - Kanyakumari - Trivandrum - Delhi

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Kerala with Kanyakumari Tour
5 N / 6 D

Bangalore - Cochin – Munnar - Alleppey – Kovalam - Kanyakumari – Kovalam - Trivandrum – Bangalore

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  • Boating at Mattupetty Dam
  • Outing to Munnar
  • Enjoy a motorboat cruise
  • Half day trip to Kanyakumari

3 Days Tour to Kanyakumari
2 N / 3 D

Trivandrum - Kanyakumari - Trivandrum

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Best of Kerala Beach Tour with Kanyakumari
5 N / 6 D

Trivandrum - Kanyakumari - Kovalam - Varkala - Trivandrum

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Kanyakumari Tour Packages by Indian Holiday make you accustomed with the pleasant atmosphere, perfect Sunrise and Sunset and colorful beaches.

FAQs of Kanyakumari Tours

Q: Where is Kanyakumari city located at?

Ans: Right at the southern tip of Indian territory the city of Kanyakumari is located in the state of Tamil Nadu.

Q: For what Kanyakumari is famous?
Ans: Kanyakumari is most famous for spectacular views of sunsets and sunrises over the sea water. Over-there you can see the confluence of the Bay of Bengal, Arabian Sea and Indian Ocean. The city is also famous as a Hindu pilgrim centre.
Q: Which airport is nearest to reach Kanyakumari?

Ans: The nearest airport is Trivandrum international airport which is around 100 kms. & takes approx. 3.5 hrs. to reach at Kanyakumari.

Q: Can you suggest places to visit in Kanyakumari?

Ans: There are some places to visit which are as below:

Vivekananda Rock Memorial: This was built to honour the great saint and leader, Swami Vivekananda who had visited Kanyakumari in 1892, few days before leaving for Chicago to represent India at the world religious conference. He had then visited here & meditated for two days.

Thiruvalluvar Statue: A big statue was made in a memory of the famous Tamil poet Thiru Valluvar, on a separate island which is next to the Vivekananda Rock.

Sarvani Shaktipeeth Shri Bhagavathy Temple: An ancient temple which is dedicated to Hindu goddess Kumari, on which the name of the city is there in which "Kanya" belongs to a female/girl & "Kumari" is the name of Goddess. Who is considered to be the sister of Krishna.

Kanyakumari Beach: It has a multi-colour sand, the view of sand is like shining as the rays of sun fall on them, which looks amazing & nothing less than a postcard picture.

Mahatma Gandhi Mandapam: It is a memorial dedicated to the father of the nation i.e. "Mahatma Gandhi". He had visited Kanyakumari in 1925 and 1937.

Our Lady of Ransom Church: It is a famous Catholic church of Kanyakumari.

Q: What is the best time to visit Kanyakumari?

Ans: Winter season from October to February is the best time to visit Kanyakumari. The weather is perfect for sightseeing and traveling around the place. You can enjoy sightseeing attractions such as Vivekananda Rock Memorial, Thiruvalluvar Statue, Sarvani Shaktipeeth Shri Bhagavathy Temple etc.

Q: Is there any railway station in Kanyakumari?

Ans: Yes, it is named as Kanniyakumari railway station with a station code "CAPE".

Q: How far is Kanyakumari from Madurai airport?

Ans: It is around 250 kms. which takes 4-5 hrs. to cover the distance.

Q: Can I go for a night stay to visit Rameshwaram from Kanyakumari?

Ans: Yes, you can easily go for 01 night to visit Rameshwaram from Kanyakumari, generally it consume approx. 06 hrs. to cover around 320 kms.

Q: What to buy in Kanyakumari during shopping?

Ans: Kanyakumari is an excellent shopping city for buying various seashell items, souvenirs for your loved ones. You can buy beautiful decorative items made of wood and bamboo. Palm-leaf utility articles are also good buy from Kanyakumari.

During shopping one must also include multi-coloured sea sands and small curios made of numerous kinds of sea-shells. Traditional sarees and other dress materials are also easily available.

Q: What is the land area of Kanyakumari?

Ans: The land area of Kanyakumari is around 25.89 square kilometres with a population of around 29761.

Q: What are the other popular cities I can visit along with Kanyakumari?

Ans: There are several cities in Tamil Nadu & as well as in Kerala where you can visit such as Rameshwaram, Madurai, Trichy, Tanjore, Trivandrum, Kovalam, Varkala, Alleppey, Cochin etc.

Q: Please suggest good places to eat in Kanyakumari?

Ans: Places where you can break in and grab a bite are many. Few that are known for their service and quality food are listed below:

Sri Ramadev Restaurant: The restaurant is in Hotel Samudra and is a high end vegetarian restaurant.

Chicken Corner: This place offers you truly what is called reasonable price. The vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian preparations are delicious in taste and are healthy.

Hotel Saravana: Most of the food preparations in this restaurant are vegetarian. Other varieties that are on offer are Chinese and South Indian.

Q: What are the climatic conditions in Kanyakumari?

Ans: Kanyakumari is located at the tip of the country and is surrounded by sea from three sides. Here is the table explained the climatic conditions of Kanyakumari:

Summers March to May 20°c - 35°c

Monsoon June to September 24°c - 31°c

Winter October to February 17°c - 32°c

Q: What are the popular festivals & events of Kanyakumari?

Ans: Some of the important festivals & events are listed below:

Pongal: This is a very popular festival, celebrate every year in 15 January as a first day as per Tamil calendar, it is also known as a winter harvest festival.

Kumari Thiruvizha: Takes place every year in May. All residents and visitors take part in the festivities with various cultural activities.

Vavubali Exhibition held at Kuzhithurai: Every year tourism department and tourism pavilion was set up with important Tourist Places of Tamilnadu and Kanniyakumari District Photographs were exhibited for promoting Tamilnadu tourism.

Vaikasi Visagam: The festival is celebrated for 10 days. During Visakam Nakshatra in Tamil month Vaikasi, it is celebrated as a birthday of lord Murugan.

Navarathiri: It is an important Hindu festival, in which people preach Nau Devi's along with fasting during this period, it is celebrated for 10 days for a healthy & prosperous life.

Dussehra: Celebrate as a victory of lord Rama over Ravana OR victory of good over evil.

Diwali: The festival of light & worshipping the goddess Laxmi.