Getting Around Rameshwaram

Getting around Rameshwaram is not very difficult as there are a number of buses that help to communicate to different prominent places of the city. Some information about getting around the city is a significant part of the basic Rameshwaram travel guide.

A number of town buses provide quality services to the tourists who want to visit the places of interest of the city. These buses help to reach the main temple of Rameshwaram from the bus stand. The tourists can avail these bus services from early morning to the late hours of the day.

Other than buses, one can also avail cycles for traveling within Rameshwaram city. There are quite a few shops that offer old rattlers on rent at the rate of Rs 5 an hour. There is one such shop located opposite to the entrance of the temple on the East Car Street.

Last Updated on : 17/06/2013



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