Explore Around pondy !!! Must visited places


Arikamedu was an Indo-Roman trading city and one of the earliest known Indo-Pacific bead making centres. The site was mentioned in the Periplus of the Erythraean Sea an anonymous Greco-Roman text of the 1st century CE which described the known coastal landmarks and ports of the Indian Subcontinent's coastline.The site was identified as the port of Podouke, known as an "emporium" in the Periplus of the Erythraean Sea and Ptolemy. Digs have found Amphorae, Arretine ware, Roman lamps, glassware, glass and stone beads, and gems at the site.

Pichavaram mangrove forest

Pichavaram is one of the very few Mangrove forest in the world and 2nd largest in the world. This is a scenic beauty in its own kind, which can be explored here at Pichavaram. The area is about 1100 Hectare and is separated from the sea by a sand bar.

The Pichavaram forest not only offers waterscape and backwater cruises, but also another very rare sight – the mangrove forest trees are permanently rooted in a few feet of water. There are more than 400 water routes available for boating.

Gingee fort

Nestled amidst the rugged terrains of Tamil Nadu, Gingee Fort stands as a silent sentinel to centuries of history. Often dubbed the "Troy of the East," this formidable fortress has witnessed the ebb and flow of empires, from the Cholas and Vijayanagara to the Marathas and Mughals. Its strategic location atop three hillocks not only affords breathtaking panoramic views but also showcases a seamless blend of military architecture and artistic finesse. Unravel the tales of valor, conquest, and resilience that echo within the walls of Gingee Fort, a living testament to India's rich historical tapestry.


Nestled in the heart of the ancient town of Chidambaram in Tamil Nadu, the Chidambaram Temple is a sacred marvel that beckons seekers of spirituality. Dedicated to Lord Nataraja, the cosmic dancer, this revered temple is not merely a place of worship but a living embodiment of cosmic energy and divine artistry. The sanctum sanctorum, adorned with intricate carvings and a gold-roofed tower, houses the iconic Nataraja deity in a cosmic dance pose


Standing proudly in the cultural heart of Tamil Nadu, the Brihadeeswarar Temple in Tanjore is a testament to architectural brilliance and spiritual grandeur. Built by the Chola king Rajaraja I in the 11th century, this UNESCO World Heritage site is a towering masterpiece, showcasing the ingenuity of ancient Indian craftsmen. The temple's Vimana, a towering structure over the sanctum, is a marvel in granite and stands as a symbol of the Chola dynasty's might.


Nestled along the tranquil shores of the Bay of Bengal in Tamil Nadu, Velankanni emerges as a sacred haven where faith meets the gentle lapping of waves. Renowned for the Basilica of Our Lady of Good Health, this coastal town draws pilgrims and travelers alike. The Basilica, a sublime blend of Gothic and Dravidian architecture, stands as a testament to the healing miracles attributed to Our Lady of Velankanni.


Nestled at the foothills of the Annamalaiyar mountain, Thiruvannamalai exudes an aura of spirituality that transcends time. Home to the revered Arunachaleswarar Temple, this town beckons pilgrims and seekers from around the world. The towering gopurams and intricately carved halls of the temple stand as a testament to Dravidian architecture, echoing the centuries-old devotion that permeates the air.


Mahabalipuram, nestled on the Bay of Bengal, is a UNESCO site boasting ancient rock-cut wonders like the Shore Temple and Arjuna's Penance. The town's Five Rathas and Krishna's Butter Ball add to its allure, harmonizing history with a laid-back coastal vibe, making it a must-visit destination.

The town also boasts the iconic Five Rathas, monolithic rock-cut shrines resembling chariots, and the mysterious Krishna's Butter Ball, a gigantic boulder defying gravity. Beyond the archaeological wonders, Mahabalipuram's sandy shores invite leisurely strolls and the rhythmic lull of ocean waves.

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