Above charges only for places in and around Mahabalipuram.
Includes – Tollgate charges , Driver allowance , Fuel charges ,
Pick up & Drop - At your Door step (Chennai Limit).
Vehicle timings – 04am to 11pm , After 11.30pm Driver Batta Charges added
as next day allowance.
Mode of payment – Spot payment.
The above package covers 250km only. If any additional usage request by Customer charged at
Rs 11.50/- per Km for Innova.
Rs 10/- per Km for Etios.
Rs.10.50/- per Km for Tavera.
Rs 11.50/- per Km for Xylo.
Rs 9.50/- per Km for Swift.
Rs.14/- per Km for Tempo Traveller.
Famous for its intricately carved temples and rock-cut caves, Mahabalipuram or Mamallapuram is an ancient historic town situated in kancheepuram district, Tamil Nadu. It offers beautiful white sand beaches and an exotic shopping experience to the tourists.
Arjuna’s Penance –
It is one of the magnificent monuments of Mahabalipuram.
Standing tall at a height of 43 feet, the monolith was carved on the face of two huge adjoining boulders.
Arjuna’s Penance is an extract from the Mahabharata, of how Arjuna, one of the Pandavas, performed severe austerities in order to obtain Shiva's weapon.
Major attractions: Amaravathi Museum, Amareswara Temple, Buddhist Stupa, Arch of Harichandrapuram, Krauncha Giri etc...
Seashore Temple –
The shore temple is one of the oldest South Indian temples constructed in the Dravidian style.
The temple gets its name because it overlooks the shore of Bay of Bengal and is built with blocks of granite.
It comprises of three shrines, where the prominent ones are dedicated to Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu.
Varaha Cave Temple
Varaha Cave Temple or Adivaraha Cave Temple is a rock-cut cave temple dated to the late 7th century, a bit after Arjuna’s Penance. The columns of the temple entrance have lion bases, and the roof is topped by shrine models that are very similar to those seen on the Pancha Rathas.