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Tuticorin to Mumbai Shirdi Kolhapur Yatra
Tuticorin is generally referred to as Thoothukudi, which means ‘dig and drink’ as this district has no rivers and the only source of water is wells. It is a well-known hub for sea trade and pearl fishing in Tamilnadu. It is situated along the coast of Gulf of Mannar at a distance of 600 km from the state capital, Chennai.
Paniya Matha Church
It is otherwise known as Shrine Basilica of Our Lady of Snow. The main attraction in Tuticorin was built on a cliff in 1711 by Portuguese. The annual church celebration in August draws to Tuticorin enormous hirds of devotees and pilgrims.
Mundanthurai-Kalakad Sanctuary for Wildlife
The region that is under the buffer zone occupies 817 sq km. It is a homage for species like Nilgiri Langur, lion-tailed macaque and many other macaques. Spotted deer, mongoose, sloth bear and squirrel varieties can be found. It is a place of dangerous amphibians like King Cobra, Viper and crocodiles. It is also an exceptional location for bird watching.
Mumbai is the main city of Maharashtra. Amidst its cosmopolitan crowd, there still exists a world that is connected with a rich history that can undeniably, win every heart. Right from the holy sites to sometimes crowded beaches, from colourful bazaars to happening nightlife and from skyscrapers to high-end hotels, Mumbai is packed with attractions that you can not give a miss.
For visitors of any age and kind, Mumbai has many attractions in and around the city. The major attractions in Mumbai include places like Gateway of India, Haji Ali, Mahalakshmi Temple, EsselWorld, Marine Drive, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, Global Vipassana Pagoda, Juhu and Chowpatty Beach.
Where do you stay in Mumbai?
A large number of tourist accommodations are always jam-packed by visitors from every nook and corner of Mumbai. This place is a major commercial centre and has several 5-star properties that have luxe facilities. It also houses moderately to budget hotels, homestays, hostels, B&B Inns, lodges and guesthouses that ensure a relaxed and friendly staying experience to the travellers.
Situated in the Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra, before his Samadhi in 1918, Shirdi was the location where Sri Sai Baba lived most of his adult life. Sai Baba has millions of devotees spread all over the world including people belonging to all castes, creeds, social and economical backgrounds of both Hindu and Islam religion.
This religious honesty amongst Sai devotes is one of the most admired facts and make Shirdi a wholesome spiritual sojourn. Visit Shirdi, get drenched in Sai Baba’s mystical aura and return with a rejuvenated soul and mind!
In Maharashtra, Kolhapur is a land of temples and regal palaces. The most revered of them is the Mahalaxmi Temple, which has a simple yet fascinating structure. Temlabai temple, Jyotiba temple and the temple of Bimkhambi Ganesh are other tourist places in Kolhapur.
An archaeological site about 30 km away from Aurangabad, the Ellora Caves are listed as a World Heritage Site. It belongs to the state of Maharashtra and is believed to have been carved out and founded by the Rashtrakuta dynasty at the beginning.
Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga Temple features a red-brick design with many intricate details, fine carvings, and statues of Indian gods, one of the twelve major shrines devoted to the goddess Shiva. Keep in mind when you visit that photography is not permitted inside. Use our Aurangabad travel route planner to add Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga Temple and other attractions to your Aurangabad vacation plans.
In south-western Maharashtra and towards the south of the capital city of Mumbai, the city of Kolhapur is mainly famous for the temple of Kolhapur Mahalakshmi and the Panchganga River, on whose banks the ancient city of Kolhapur was built. Located near the eastern slopes of the Sahyadri mountain ranges, the city has its fair share of exceptionally picturesque natural places like mist capped mountain.
Kolhapur is the perfect place for the flamboyant side of India to become intimate. This ancient village, just a few hours from Goa, has an intensely fascinating temple complex. In August Kolhapur is at its vibrant best when Naag Panchami, a snake-worshipping festival, is held in tandem with one at Pune. The town is also the birthplace of the famous Kolhapuri cuisine, which is spicy.
Though often overshadowed by its neighbour, Mumbai, the city of Pune in Maharashtra is rich in both natural and historical attractions. As India’s first high-tech city, Pune is also an education hub. And being near many hill stations makes it perfect for thrilling road trips to Pune.
Renuka Devi Temple at Mahur in Nanded in Maharashtra is one of the important temples dedicated to Goddess Shakti. At Mahur Temple, the Murti worshipped is the head of Goddess Renuka Devi. Mahur is one of the four pilgrimage sites with the abodes of the three and a half goddesses in the state of Maharashtra that are of major significance.
As none of the houses has doors, Shani Shingnapur village is an interesting village. The villagers’ conviction is that they will be shielded from all evil by their Lord Shaneshwara.
The lord’s portrait is large and made of black stone. Only male devotees are allowable to worship in the temple. The devotees should first take bath in the public bathrooms and then pray with wet clothing.
The spectacle of the deity in black stone is overwhelming. A unique aspect of this place is that the Shanidev is not housed in any temple structure. There is only a simple platform on which stands the swayambhu idol, in black stone.
Devotees here can perform puja or Abhishek or other religious rituals themselves, unlike other pilgrimage centres.
In the Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra, Shirdi, a well-known religious destination, is situated 240 km from Mumbai and 190 km from Pune. It is renowned for being the birthplace of Sai Baba, who preached and spent 50 years in Shirdi. People from different religions visit Sai Baba Temple to seek his blessings.
‘The Gurusthan’ is another draw here to visit, a spot where Sai Baba came as a Balyogi.
Accommodation: We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3*, 5*, 7* )
2.Double sharing Rooms
5.Royal Suite Rooms
6.Homestay ( as per requirement )
Guide: From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be taken care Local Speaking Guide – ( English, Tamil, Hindi, Telugu & Malayalam ) *
Food: Breakfast Lunch Dinner (As per requirement, & customized plan *)
Transports:Thoothukudi to Thoothukudi Transports* All local vehicle transport
Camera, Gadgets entry fee ( If any ).
And which all are not included in the customized tour itinerary.
The city is famous of Kolhapur SAAJ (necklace with traditional pattern), jaggery ,Kolhapur chappal (traditional leather sandal) and wrestling. Kolhapur is also famous for it non-veg food recipes (Marathi: Kolhapuri pandhara rassa, tambadaa rassa) and unique spices.
Distance between Kolhapur to Mumbai by Road is 371 Kms