Above charges only for Auroville , Sri Aurobindo Ashram , Manakula Vinayagar Temple, Paradise Beach.
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 360km 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.
A former French colony in India until 1954, is now a Union Territory town bounded by Tamil Nadu.
is one of the best places to get a glimpse of colonial heritage with its lanes having small yellow
walled houses along with French cafes serving delicious steaks.
The food, the beer, the beaches, the
ashrams, the tranquil in the air, the breezy shores, Pondicherry has a colour for everyone.
Auroville (City of Dawn) is an experimental township in Viluppuram district.
.The idea behind this city
is to create a universal town where men and women of all countries are able to live in peace and
The main attraction here is the "Matrimandir".
With water pooling in from
different sides, the sound of the water and cool breeze which always flows, provides a perfect
atmosphere for meditation.
Sri Aurobindo Ashram
Ashram emphasizes on the principle teachings of yoga for a peaceful and happy life.
It is said that the Mother Goddess manifested herself in the holy Pushkarini calledPadmasarovaram in a golden lotus.
1926, the Sri Aurobindo Ashram has grown, under the guidance of the spiritual leader called ‘the
Mother’( Mirra Alfassa) from a small group of two dozen disciples into a large diversified spiritual
Manakula Vinayagar Temple
The vibrant temple dedicated to Lord Ganesha, is known for its elephant blessings, ornately carved
stone walls & golden chariot.
In Tamil 'Manal' means sand and 'Kulam' means pond near the sea.
place which was full of sand near the pond before the temple was built hence people called the god
as Manal Kulathu Vinayagar, meaning ‘God near the pond of sand’ and later named as MANAKULA
Adorned with the golden sand, this famous and highly sought after beach is always swaying with
cold sea breeze.
This is a little isolated beach, and to reach here you have to take a ferry across the
backwaters through the really green thick mangrove forest.
You can try a bit of fishing and photography here to keep you engaged.