Tours from Rameshwaram

The lure of some exotic tours from Rameshwaram has always attracted tourists from all over the world to this wonderful island city. After spending some days traveling in and around Rameshwaram, one can head for the popular tourism destinations near Rameshwaram.

Few of the favorite trips from Rameshwaram are:
  • Rameshwaram to Chennai
  • Rameshwaram to Tirupullani
  • Rameshwaram to Uthirakosamangai
Rameshwaram is very well connected with the capital of the state, Chennai, by all means of transportation. Chennai is the prime spot from where one can visit different places of the state and other parts of Southern India.

One can visit Tirupullan from Rameshwaram to see the ancient and enchanting temple dedicated to Adi Jagannathaperumal. Another frequently availed tour from Rameshwaram leads to Uthirakosamangai. The place houses a Shiva Temple with a glittering emerald idol. To know more about the tours from Rameshwaram, please visit the below mentioned links:

Last Updated on : 17/06/2013



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