City Tour Packages
Morning pick up from the hotel you are staying and proceed for sightseeing
of Chennai with English speaking guide. Sight seeing of Chennai The
capital of the state of Tamil Nadu and the cultural Gateway to South
India, Chennai is in some respects unlike other Indian cities.
Major places to visit are as follows:
The National Art Gallery
Built in the year 1907, National Arts
Gallery is a red sandstone building, influenced by an archetypal
Indo-Saracenic structure. Henry Irwin was designed it and T. Namberumal
Chetty was the architect of this superb building. Often described
as Victoria Memorial Hall, this museum occupies an important place
in Mughal history. The key factors of this place are its motifs,
structure and exclusive gallery collections, belonging to the 11th
and 12th century. Each article or object on its display is fantastic.
Typical handicrafts, beautiful sculptures, metal ware and elegant
paintings are credited for the largest tourist attention. Owing
to its large size, the gallery is divided into four different sections
that are: Tanjore Painting Gallery, Decorative Art Gallery, Indian
Traditional Art Gallery and Ravi Varma Painting Gallery. The Tanjore
paintings on glass are truly alluring. The miniature paintings
belonging to Rajput and Mughal eras are also mind-blowing.
The Museum - Government Museum, Pantheon Rd, Egmore
Standing in Egmore
in the heart of the city, the Government Museum of Chennai occupies
over an area of 16.25 acres of land. Founded in 1857, it is a multi-purpose
museum that comprises of 46 galleries. The galleries are classified
as an Archaeology Section, Bronze Gallery, Botany Section, Zoology
Section, Geology Section, Art gallery, Numismatics Section etc. The
excellent Madras artist H. Irvin was designed the museum. The largest
space of this place has separated into a number of sections; an impressive
hall, amazing reading room and conspicuous Teak wood shelf. The history
of this museum belongs to the Colonial rule.
St. Mary's Church
St. Mary's Church is considered to be
the oldest Anglican Church in the East, built by the British in India.
It is located in the Fort and proposed by William Dixon, a mastermind
artist of British. There are broad walls, castellated ramparts and
a deep well inside its area. On 28 October 1680, this church was
declared as spiritual centre. Many attractive plaques and monuments
are the key elements of the interior of the church that embodies
past achievements and glories. One can also witness old colors of
the Madras Fusiliers, the first European company of the East India
Company in this church.
Established in 1855, the zoological park
is affirmed to the largest one in South East Asia. Sited at an outer
part of Chennai on a large open moated island, this zoological park
offers you an amusing climate to enjoy. More than 170 species of
animals, birds and reptiles call this park a home. Tourists can witness
endangered animals with Lion safari vehicles, battery operated vehicles
and most interestingly elephant rides.
Beautiful Marina Beach
Surrounded by greenery, Marina is said to
be the second longest beach in the world that has worth a visit while
on a tour to Chennai.
Later drop at hotel (booked at your own).
(if more than one person) : US $ 80 per person
(if only one person): US
$ 155 per person
• Pick up & drop from hotel.
• Private licensed English speaking guide.
• All transportation in private air-conditioned vehicle.
• All taxes.
• Driver allowances.
Cost Does not Includes:
• Any meals .
• Any items not mentioned in Cost Includes.