Vehicle Type Minimum Rate Additional Charges Per Km  Riding charges Per Min
Indica/Sedan Rs.100 (3 KMS) Rs.20 Rs.22 Rs.2 Rs.2
Eeco Rs.400 (10 KMS) Rs.13 Rs.14 Rs.2 Rs.2
Tavera/Xylo Rs.770 (30 KMS) Rs.15 Rs.16 Rs.2 Rs.2
From Palai Bus Stand  Rs From Vannarpet Rs
Palai market 100 Murugankurichi 100
New bus stand 110 Junction 120
High ground 100 Samathanapuram 100
Court 1580 New bus stand 130
Perumalpuram 136 Shanthinagar 170
Ktc nagar 170 Ngo colony 190
Junction 180 Ktc Nagar 180
Pothigai nagar 140 Maharaja nagar 180
Nellaiyappar kovil 170 Thiyagaraja nagar 220
Palaya pettai 280 Pettai ITI 210
From Pettai Rs From Railway Station Rs
Kodiswara nagar 100 Bala Bakkiya nagar 100
Nellaiyappar kovil 120 Vannarapettai 100
Junction 150 Palai bus stand 140
Thachanallur 180 Town 140
Vannarapet 200 kodiswara nagar 190
Murugankurichi 220 Ngo colony 180
Palai market 230 Perumalpuram 190
Ktc nagar 340 Thiyagaraja nagar 220
New bus stand 258 Maharaja nagar 220
Vm chathiram 340 Vm chathiram 230
From Nellaiyapper Kovil Rs From High Ground Rs
Junction 140 Maharaja nagar 120
Kodiswara nagar 100 Anbu nagar 140
Thachanallur 120 Pushpalatha school 170
Vannarapet 120 New bus stand 210
Murugankurichi 150 Shanthi nagar 100
Xaviours college 190 Melapalayam 220
New bus stand 200 Junction 200
Ngo colony 240 Town 240
Rani anna college 160 kodiswara nagar 300
Ktc nagar 270 Pettai ITI 320
From New Bus Stand Rs From Ktc Nagar Rs
Ngo colony 100 Shanthi nagar 140
Melapalayam 120 Palai market 170
Vannarapet 114 Maharaja nagar 140
Kokkirakulam 160 Thiyagaraja nagar 160
Court 180 Palayamkottai 160
Junction 170 New bus stand 220
Thachanallur 220 Vannarapettai 220
Nellaiyappar kovil 200 Ngo colony 210
Kodiswara nagar 260 Junction 260
Pettai 280 Nellaiyappar kovil 290
Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs.
1 Tirunelveli to Agasthiyar Falls 140 5 1830 1970 1990 2130 2090 2230 2420 2560 3400
2 Tirunelveli to Courtrallam 150 6 1950 2100 2120 2270 2220 2370 2570 2720 3600
3 Tirunelveli to Kalakadu 90 4 1230 1320 1340 1430 1440 1530 1670 1760 2400
4 Tirunelveli to Kaarayar Dam 150 6 1950 2100 2120 2270 2220 2370 2570 2720 3600
5 Tirunelveli to Kanniya Kumari 200 7 2550 2750 2770 2970 2870 3070 3320 3520 4600
6 Tirunelveli to Kovilpatti 120 5 1590 1710 1730 1850 1830 1950 2120 2240 3000.0 . 0
7 Tirunelveli to Kudankulam 200 7 2550 2750 2770 2970 2870 3070 3320 3520 4600
8 Tirunelveli to Kulasegara Pattinam 120 5 1590 1710 1730 1850 1830 1950 2120 2240 3000
9 Tirunelveli to Manimuthar Dam 110 5 1470 1580 1600 1710 1700 1810 1970 2080 2800
10 Tirunelveli to Manapadu 140 5 1830 1970 1990 2130 2090 2230 2420 2560 3400
11 Tirunelveli to Madurai 330 11 4110 4440 4460 4790 4560 4890 5270 5600 7200
12 Tirunelveli to Navathirupathi 120 5 1590 1710 1730 1850 1830 1950 2120 2240 3000
13 Tirunelveli to Nagerkovil 180 6 2310 2490 2510 2690 2610 2790 3020 3200 4200
14 Tirunelveli to Nambi Kovil 110 5 1590 1710 1730 1850 1830 1950 2120 2240 3000
15 Tirunelveli to Papanasam 120 5 1590 1710 1730 1850 1830 1950 2120 2240 3000
16 Tirunelveli to Puliyampatti 40 4 630 670 690 730 830 870 980
17 Tirunelveli to Sivakasi 200 7 2550 2750 2770 2970 2870 3070 3320 3520 4600
18 Tirunelveli to Sathur 180 6 2310 2490 2510 2690 2610 2790 3020 3200 4200
19 Tirunelveli to Tenkasi 120 5 1590 1710 1730 1850 1830 1950 2120 2240 3000
20 Tirunelveli to Thenmalai 200 7 2550 2750 2770 2970 2870 3070 3320 3520 4600
21 Tirunelveli to Tuticorin 120 5 1590 1710 1730 1850 1830 1950 2120 2240 3000
22 Tirunelveli to Thiruchendure 120 5 1590 1710 1730 1850 1830 1950 2120 2240 3000
23 Tirunelveli to Uvari 140 5 1830 1970 1990 2130 2090 2230 2420 2560 3400
24 Tirunelveli to Vana Thirupathi 110 5 1470 1580 1600 1710 1700 1810 1970 2080 2800
ADDITIONAL PER KM Rs. 12 Rs. 13 Rs. 13 Rs. 14 Rs. 13 Rs. 14 Rs. 15 Rs. 16 Rs. 20

Outstation Tariff Tirunelveli

Ever since the launch, FAST TRACK has been the choice of customers when they have to travel out of city. The customer friendly tariff would make sure that the customers “pay as you go” rather than the “pay beyond you go” model, which the local travel operators use to charge the customers.
Below chart would help you for a rough estimation of package travel outside the city.
Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs.
30 3 660 510 540 560 590 770 800 810
40 4 790 630 670 690 730 920 960 980
50 4 920 750 800 820 870 1070 1120 1150
60 4 870 930 950 1010 985 1120 1180 1320
70 4 1030 990 1060 1080 1150 1265 1335 1490
80 4 1155 1110 1190 1210 1290 1410 1490 1660
90 4 1280 1230 1320 1340 1430 1555 1645 1830
100 5 1405 1350 1450 1470 1570 1700 1800 2000
110 5 1530 1470 1580 1600 1710 1845 1955 2170
120 5 1655 1590 1710 1730 1850 1990 2110 2340
130 5 1780 1710 1840 1860 1990 2135 2265 2510
140 5 1905 1830 1970 1990 2130 2280 2420 2680
150 6 2030 1950 2100 2120 2270 2425 2575 2850
200 7 2655 2550 2750 2770 2970 3150 3350 3700
250 8 3280 3150 3400 3420 3670 3875 4125 4550
300 10 3905 3750 4050 4070 4370 4600 4900 5400
350 12 4530 4350 4700 4720 5070 5325 5675 6250
400 13 5155 4950 5350 5370 5770 6050 6450 7100
450 15 5780 5550 6000 6020 6470 6775 7225 7950
500 17 6405 6150 6650 6670 7170 7500 8000 8800
600 20 7655 7530 7950 7970 8570 8950 9550 10500
700 23 8905 8550 9250 9270 9970 10400 11100 12200
800 28 10155 9750 11550 10570 11370 11850 12650 13900
900 33 11405 10950 11850 11870 12770 13300 14200 15600
1000 38 12655 12150 13150 13170 14170 14750 15750 17300
EXTRA RATE PER KMS Rs.12.50 Rs.12 Rs.13 Rs.13 Rs.14 Rs.14.50 Rs.15.50 Rs.17.00

Additional Charges Per hr after Free Hours

Hour Rate Omni/ Indica Swift/ Etios/ Eeco Tavera / Xylo Innova
Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs.
Below 50 Km 100 100 110 120
Below 100 Km 90 90 100 120
Above 100 Km 70 70 90 120

Non A/C A/C Non A/C A/C
INDICA 80 4 1110 1190 12 13 90
INDIGO/SWIFT/ETIOS/ECO/VENTURE 80 4 1210 1290 13 14 90
ECO/VENTURE 80 4 1310 1390 13 14 80
XYLO/TAVERA 80 4 1520 1600 15 16 100
INNOVA 80 4 2200 20 150
Note :

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  •  Extra Kilometers hours charges applicable.

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Tuticorin is located in the southern part of Tamil Nadu and is located at a distance of almost 580 Km from Chennai. Tuticorin airport is located in Vagaikulam at a distance of 22 km from the city of Tuticorin (Thoothukudi). It is a domestic airport with a small runway and can handle a maximum of 75 passengers and a parking space for one small aircraft at a time.There is a daily flight service to and from Chennai run by Kingfisher Red.

The distance from Tirunelveli is approximately 40 km, and from Tuticorin is 22 km. Airport of Thoothukudi is in Vagaikulam.

Non A/C A/C Non A/C A/C
INDICA 120 5 1590 1710 12 13 70
INDIGO/SWIFT/ETIOS 120 5 1730 1850 13 14 70
ECO/VENTURE 120 5 1830 1950 13 14 70
XYLO/TAVERA 120 5 2120 2240 15 16 90
INNOVA 120 5 3000 20 150

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                                          Thoothukudi, also known as Tuticorin, is a port city and a municipal corporation and an industrial city inThoothukudi district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The city lies in the Coromandel Coast of Bay of Bengal. Thoothukudi is the headquarters of Thoothukudi district. It is located about 590 kilometres (367 miles) south ofChennai and 190 kilometres (118 miles) northeast of Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum).Tuticorin City serves as the headquarters of Tamilnad Mercantile Bank Limited.Tuticorin Port is one of the Fastest growing Major Ports in India. Tuticorin is an "Emerging Energy and Industrial hub of South India".

Popular places in Tuticorin

1.Sacred heart cathedral church

Sacred Heart Cathedral is one of the oldest churches in the city with the house of the Bishop. The foundation of the church was laid in 1849 by Father Cori at Father Caros’ wish and the work was carried forward by Father Piccinelli and later Brother Lamoth who completed the work in 1864. The church was renovated several times. The tabernacle of the church is placed as a pearl inside a shell to depict that Jesus is the pearl of the land.

2.Sankara Rameshwarar Temple

The Sankara Rameshwarar Temple is located close to the old bus stop of the city. Legends say that Lord Shiva and his consort Goddess Parvati stopped near the Vancha Pushkarani tank while they were travelling to Thiruchendur. While they rested here the Lord explained to Goddess Parvati the great secrets of Pranava Manthra. This gave the place its name Thirumanthira Nagar which later came to be known as Thoothukudi. The temple has been built at the spot where the Gods rested.

3.Nehru park

The Nehru Park is located on the north of the city. It is on the beach road and was previously maintained by “coats India”. The park has now been taken over by the Municipality. Nehru Park at Thoothukudi is also known as Rajaji Park. The park is also famous among the locals as Water Tank as the park houses a big water storage.

4.Our Lady Of Snows Church

Our Lady Of Snows Church is also known as the Shrine Basilica of Our Lady of Snow. The place is said to have been graced by the visit of Saint Francis in 1542. Later a church was constructed on the cliff in 1711 by the Portuguese and it was opened in 1713. The church was constructed in dedication to Mother Mary. The church houses a statue of Our Lady which was bought to Thoothukudi by the ship “Santalena” in 1555. In the year 1982, the shrine was raised to the statue of Basilica. This place is thronged by pilgrims every year during the annual celebration on 5th August.


Panchalankurichi is an attraction with historical significance. Located at a distance of 34 km from Thoothukudi, the place is the birthplace of Veerapandiya Kattabomman, a 17th century freedom fighter who fought against the British. The Kattabomman Memorial Fort dedicated to him was also built here by the Government in 1947 which is maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India.

6.Harbour beach

The Harbour Beach is located close to the Harbour Guest House. There is also a park near it where people can stroll in the evenings amidst the refreshing sea breeze. The park is a popular tourist spot today.

Non A/C A/C Non A/C A/C
INDICA 120 5 1590 1710 12 13 70
INDIGO/SWIFT/ETIOS/ECO/VENTURE 120 4 1730 1850 13 14 70
ECO/VENTURE 120 4 1830 1950 13 14 70
XYLO/TAVERA 120 4 2120 2240 15 16 90
INNOVA 120 4 3000 20 150

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                                         Historical name of the location of Tiruchendur Murugan temple is Jayanthipuram. It is also one of the “Arupadaiveedu” of Lord Muruga. The 133 feet Rajagopura, very near to the sea is located here. It is one of the most visited temples in India. Fast Track provides cab for rental from Tirunelveli to Tiruchendur covering a distance of (up &down) 120 km starting from Rs 1090 with 5 Hrs. You can reach Tiruchendur from Tirunelveli by our Tirunelveli Taxi and Tourist service within one hour and fifteen minutes. By booking a cab from us you will have the best deal for availing car hire service.

Popular places in Tiruchendur

1. Manapad

Manapad is a coastal hamlet in near Tiruchendur. St. Francis Xavier Church is one of the prominent Christian Pilgrimage centres in South India. Manapad is a coastal hamlet in near Tiruchendur.Manapad is one of the best natural surfing sites in India. Manapad has an unique coastline that is formed by multiple layers of lava accumulated over hundreds of years Nearest Railway Station - Tiruchendur (18 kms).


The famous Mutharamman Temple, which is 300 years old, is located in this place. At a distance of 20 kms from Thiruchendur is the Kulasekarapattinam. We can visit this temple from 6 am to 11 am and then from 4 pm to 8 pm.

Non A/C A/C Non A/C A/C
INDICA 120 5 1590 1710 12 13 70
INDIGO/SWIFT/ETIOS 120 5 1730 1850 13 14 70
ECO/VENTURE 120 5 1830 1950 13 14 70
XYLO/TAVERA 120 5 2120 2240 15 16 90
INNOVA 120 5 3000 20 150

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Papanasam also spelt as Pavanasam is a famous picnic spot in Tirunelveli district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It falls under the Ambasamudram Taluk. It is situated 60 km from Tirunelveli. The site is popular with tourists attractions like Thamirabarani River, Agasthiyar Falls, Siva Temple, Papanasam dam and Hydro Electric Power Plant.

Popular places in Papanasam

1.Papanasam Temple

2.Papanasam Dam

The Papanasam dam also known as Karaiyar Dam is located 49 kilometres (30 mi) away from Tirunelveli in Tamil Nadu, India. The dam is used to irrigate 86,107 acres (34,846 ha) of paddy fields in Tirunelveli and Tuticorin districts.

3.Papanasam Hydroelectric Power Plant

Papanasam Hydroelectric Power Plant was a design capacity of 28 MW. It has four Francis turbine-generators. The first unit was commissioned in 1944 and the last in 1951. It is on Thambirabarani river.It is operated by Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation Limited (TANGEDCO).

4.Karayar dam

Karaiyar Dam or Tambraparani dam is located at about 20 Kms from the Town of Papanasam in Thirunelveli district of Tamilnadu. This is a beautiful picnic spot. The dam is inside the Kalakkad – Mundamthurai Tiger reserve. But spotting tigers is very remote as many vehicles ply in this route including State Transport buses every day. Papanasam Upper Dam is one of the biggest Dams in Tamilnadu.

Non A/C A/C Non A/C A/C
INDICA 140 5 1830 1970 12 13 70
INDIGO/SWIFT/ETIOS 140 5 1990 2130 13 14 70
ECO/VENTURE 140 5 2090 2230 13 14 70
XYLO/TAVERA 140 5 2420 2560 15 16 90
INNOVA 140 5 3400 20 150

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Navathirupathi Temples is a set of nine Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu located in Tiruchendur-Tirunelveli route, Tamil Nadu, India in the banks of Thamiraparani river. All these 9 temples are classified as "Divya Desams", the 108 temples of Vishnu revered by the 12 poet saints, or Alwars.

Popular places in Navathirupathi

1.Sri Vaikundam, Srivaikuntanathan Permual Temple

Sri Vaikundam Temple is located 29 Kms from Tirunelveli towards Tiruchendur. Many years back, a cowherd in the Pandya kingdom witnessed a strange event on the land where this temple is situated. The King was informed who ordered an excavation. The Lord's shrine was discovered and it is around this spot that the sanctum has been built. The present day Gopuram was built by Chanthirakula Pandiyan. The vedic practice is Pancharathram and Tradition followed is Thenkalai. The Urchavar sculpture should be observed carefully. The Lord has a pinch mark in his cheek! The legend is that the sculptor broke the mould while working on the sculpture. As his heart leaped the Lord got a pinch mark Remarkable murals are depicted in the corridors of the temple. The subject matter are the 108 Divya desam shrines Time : 7 am - 12 pm, 5 - 8 pm

2.Thiruvaragunamangai temple, Vijayaasana Perumal Temple, Natham.

Thiruvaragunamangai temple is located 3 KMs east of Sri Vaikundam. The Maha Sambrokshanam was performed on 20th june in 1996. The lord is in a sitting posture. The vedic practice is Vaigasanam and tradition is Thenkalai. The gopuram is very majestic and has 9 tiers.  Recently a spring was discovered around the temple which has been renovated now.
Time : 8 am - 12 pm, 1 - 6 pm .

3.Thirupulinkudi, ThiruPulingudi Perumal Temple

Thirupulinkudi Temple is just half a KM towards east of Thiruvaragunamangai temple. The mahasamrokshnam was performed on 15th may in 1996. The deity is also called Boomibalagar.  Once upon a time Boomidevi the Earth Goddess got upset with the Lord. The Earth became barren. The lord went and pacified her by telling her she enjoys equal status with Lakshmi It is said that childless couples will be blessed with children upon praying here. The vedic practice is Vaikaasanam and tradition followed is Thenkalai
Time : 8 am - 12 pm, 1 - 6 pm

4.Thirukulanthai, Srinivasa Perumal Temple,

Thirukulanthai Temple is located 5 KMs towards East of Thirupuliyankudi. Mahasambrokshanam was performed on 9th December in 1998. Legend has it that many years ago, The Lord had married a girl called Kamalavathy, daughter of Vedhasaran and Kumuthavalli. One day a demon named Achmasaran abducted Kumuthavalli while she was having a bath and hid her in the Himalayas. The Lord mounted Garuda and went to the Himalayas and rescued the lady. Unique feature about Thirukulanthai Temple Since the Lord went to Himalayas mounted on Garuda, it is Garuda who is the processional deity in this temple The vedic practice adopted in this divya desam temple is Vaigasanam while the  tradition followed is Thenkalai. 
Time : 7:30 am - 12:30 pm, 4:30 - 7:30 pm

5.North & South Temple of Errattai Tirupathi,, Aravindalochanar temple, Tholavillimangalam

The Erratai Tirupathi temples can be reached from Thirukulanthai temple via Mangalakurich. The shrines are in a forest along a channel called Vadakaal.  The vedic practice is Vaikaasanam and tradition followed is Thenkalai. The puranic lore around South Temple is that a rishi called Athreyasubrabar selected this area for his Yagna. While cleaning the spot, he found a bow and a balance. As soon as he touched them the bow and balance became a man and a woman. They had been cursed into that existence by Kuber. Henceforth the place became known as Thoolaivillimangalam The highlight of North Temple is that Nammalvar has performed mangaalasasanam for the Thayar at this temple with the Lord. Time : 8 am - 1 pm, 2 - 6 pm

6.Thenthiruperi, Makara Nedunkuzhai Kannan Temple

Thenthiruperi temple is located 35 KMs away from Tirunelveli on the Tirunelveli- Triuchendur road, besides the southern banks of Thamirabharani river. The mahasamprokshanam as performed on 16th June in 1999.  The original temple is very ancient, predating even Nammalvar. During the 10th century the temple got some additions in the form of a mast, hall and temple car. King Sundara Pandiyan had brought 108 Jaimuni Samaveda Thalavakara from Cholas to perform a prayer in this temple. He was blessed with a child soon afterwards. The Vedic practice followed here is Pancharaathiram while the tradition is Thenkalai. Time : 7 am - 12 pm, 5 - 8:30 pm

7.Thirukolur, Vaithamanidhi Perumal Temple

Thirukolur is located 5 kms away from Thenthiruperi on the way towards Alwarthirunagari. This is the birth place of Madhurakavi Alvar. There is a legend that a descendant Of Vyasa called Dharmaguptan had lost all his wealth. He was advised by Bharadwaja Muni to come to this temple and perform prayers. The Lord was pleased with his devotion and wealth returned to him. It is said that anyone who has lost wealth can come here and pray with devotion. The Lord always returns the wealth of those who pray with devotion. The Vedic practice followed here is Vaikaasanam while the tradition is Thenkalai. Time : 7:30 am - 12 pm, 1 - 8 pm

8.Thirugurukoor, AlwarThirunagari Temple

Thirugurukoor is located in the famous village of Alwarthitunagari. Tamarind tree is the Sthala vritcham here Nammalvar was born to the royal couple Kaarimaaran and Vudaiya Nangiayaar. He didnot speak for 16 years. The worried parents took the child to this temple and cradled it to the tamarind tree near the shrine. Nammalvar spoke only when Madhurakavi Alvar met him during his wanderings under the tamarind tree. This tamarind tree is 2000 years old and can still be seen at the temple. It is here at Alwarthirunagari that Nadamuni wrote Divyaprabhandam. Nadamuni sought the Kanni Nunsiruthaambu from descendents of Madhurakavi Alvars. Pleased with his dedication Nammalvar appeared before Nadamuni and helped him with the Divyaprabhandam. The presiding deity of Nammalvar was sculpted by Madurakavi Alvar by a special formulation of boiled water from the River Thamirabharani. Time : 6 am - 12 pm, 5 - 8:45 pm

Non A/C A/C Non A/C A/C
INDICA 180 6 2310 2490 12 13 70
INDIGO/SWIFT/ETIOS 180 6 2510 2690 13 14 70
ECO/VENTURE 180 6 2610 2790 13 14 70
XYLO/TAVERA 180 6 3020 3200 15 16 90
INNOVA 180 6 4200 20 150

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                                          Nagercoil came under the rule of various kingdoms notably by the Chera, Chola and Pandya kingdoms. Nagerkovil derives it’s name from a famous old temple called the “Nagaraja Temple”. Suseentharam , mathur / mathoor thotti palam, Padmanabha palace , Thiruparapu falls, Mandaikadu Bhagavathi Amman Temple, Samithoppu are a few notable places of tourist attractions. Travelers used to enjoy a fun filled time while visiting these places by renting and hiring car from fast track call taxi. We provide the best deal while booking cabs from Tirunelveli to Nagercoil.

Popular places in Nagercoil

1.Thirparapu water falls

Thirparappu(Thriparappu) is famous for its waterfalls and is located in Kanyakumari District of Tamil Nadu in the southern part of India. ... This famous falls is in the Kodayar (Kothai River). The Kodayar makes its descend atThirparappu and the water fall at this place is about 13 km (8.1 mi) from Pechiparai dam.

2.Padmanabapuram palace

Padmanabhapuram is the former capital city of the erstwhile Hindu Kingdom of Travancore. It is around 20 km from Nagercoil, and 60km from Thiruvananthapuram city. The palace is complex inside with an old granite fortress around four kilometers long. The palace is located at the foot of the Veli Hills, which forms a part of the Western Ghats. The river Valli flows nearby. .

3. Kanniyakumari


Kanyakumari is best known for pilgrimage and tourism. The name “Kanyakumari” is derived from Devi Kanya Kumari Temple in the region. The nearest town is Nagercoil. Vivekanandar rock , Thiruvalluvar statue, Gandhi Mandapam, Kamarajar mandapam ,Bhagavathi amman temple are the few notable places to be visited. Visitors love the spectacular and unique sunrise and sunset especially on full-moon evenings known as Chitra Pournami,

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INDICA 330 11 4110 4440 12 13 70
INDIGO/SWIFT/ETIOS 330 11 4460 4790 13 14 70
ECO/VENTURE 330 11 4560 4890 13 14 70
XYLO/TAVERA 330 11 5270 5600 15 16 90
INNOVA 330 11 7200 20 150

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                                          Madurai is one of the major cities in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.  The third largest city in Tamil Nadu, and the 25th most populated city in India. Located on the banks of River Vaiga. Madurai is closely associated with the Tamil language, and the third Tamil Sangam, a major congregation of Tamil scholars said to have been held in the city. The recorded history of the city goes back to the 3rd century BCE, Signs of human settlements and Roman trade links dating back to 300BC are evident from excavations by Archeological Survey of India in Manalur. The city is believed to be of significant antiquity and has been ruled, at different times, by the Pandyas, Cholas, Madurai Sultanate, Vijayanagar Empire,Madurai Nayaks, Carnatic kingdom, and the British East India Company British Raj.

Popular places in Madurai

1.Madurai Meenakshi Amman Temple

The historic Meenakshi Amman temple is located on the southern bank of the Vaigai River, Madurai, Tamil Nadu. Built sometime between the year 1623 and 1655, the wonderful architecture of the place is renowned globally. Meenakshi Temple is primarily dedicated to Parvati, known as Meenakshi. The most striking feature of the temple is its exquisite facade, which has highly minute details with great art pieces incorporated in the walls and pillars. Meenakshi Amman temple complex is made in accordance to the Shilpa Shastra and has 14 gateway towers or 'gopurams', golden 'vimanas', holy sanctums and shrines dedicated to the revered Goddess Meenakshi and many others. It is a major tourist attraction, with thousands of devotees visiting the shrine on a daily basis.

2.Alagar koil Madurai

Alagar Koil is an exquisite temple situated in the north east of Madurai. The temple is the rest place of Lord Vishnu and is the sacred place for several followers of Lord Vishnu in the region.It is situated in the Alagar hills and is also known as Azhagarkovil. The statue of the lord is made entirely of stone and is a splendid masterpiece created from kallalgar. The people of the region consider Lord Vishnu to be an extremely knowledgable,humble yet powerful king and the ruler of the earth. The devotees offer holy prayers from the bottom of their hearts. .

3.Vaigai Dam

Vaigai Dam, a magnificent man-made structure, is constructed over River Vaigai near Andipatti, Theni District in the South Indian State of Tamil Nadu. Andipatti lies about 70 kilometres from Madurai and travellers on their way to Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary often visit this massive and wondrous dam. Over the years, the site has become a popular picnic spot for group excursions and photo fanatics, especially for its mesmerising scenery. The massive dam was built in 1959 and is often referred to as the lifeline of the region as the areas have flourished by leaps and bounds from its waters. Vaigai Dam is the central source of water for drinking and irrigation purposes in Madurai and hence of great strategic and political importance.

4.Thirumalai Nayakar Mahal

Thirumalai Nayakar Palace was erected in 1636 AD in the city of Madurai, by King Thirumalai Nayak. The palace depicts the perfect blend of Dravidian and Rajput styles. After Independence, this palace was declared as a national monument and till date continues to be one of the spectacular monuments of Southern India. The Thirumalai Nayak Palace was the residence of King Thirumalai Nayak and was approximately four times bigger than what is seen today. There are a total of 248 pillars in this grand palace. The main palace is divided into two sections, namely Swargavilasa and Rangavilasa. In these two parts, there are various sections of the royal residence, theatre, shrine, apartments, armoury, royal bandstand, pond and garden. This glorious palace is widely considered as the most illustrious monument constructed by the Madurai Nayak Dynasty.

5.Koodal Azhagar Temple

Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the Koodal Azhagar Temple, located in the centre of Madurai city of Tamil Nadu is a unique and famous temple of historical significance constructed in the Dravidian style of architecture and supposedly built by the Pandyas. Koodal is another name for the city of Madurai and Azghar in Tamil translates to 'beautiful one', referring to Vishnu as Koodal Alagar and his consort Lakshmi as Mathuravalli. Glorified in the words of ancient literature, from the Sangam period to the works of Alvars, the temple is the present embodiment of unparalleled craftsmanship of a past era.

6.Gandhi museum

The Gandhi Memorial Museum serves as a remembrance and tribute to the efforts of our very own father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi. It is one of the five great Gandhi Museums in the country which depict the life of the Father of the nation and India's freedom struggle from 1757 until 1947.Jawaharlal Nehru inaugurated the premises on 15th April 1959, and the plethora of appetizing information with the help of illustrations and graphic representations convey an understanding of the struggle for freedom during the British era. The enclosure is associated with a rich history, and the building itself is a former 17th-century palace. Gandhi Memorial Museum in Madurai comes under the Peace Museums Worldwide selected by United Nations Organization (UNO).

7.Pazhamudhir Solai

Pazhamudhir Solai is a beautiful temple created in the memory of Lord Subramaniya who is worshipped by several people in southern India. It has great sculptures of Lord Subramaniya carved in wood and marble and is a wonderful temple with giant steps in the front of it.People worship the temple by moving across the periphery of the temple a several number of times, with the hope that their wish would come true. It is the giant temple of Lord subhramaniya in southern India and one of the most beautiful too. Its located on the hills of Azharar koil and falls in Madurai in Tamil nadu.

8.Mariamman Teppakulam

Constructed in the honor of Lord Vigneshwara, this divine temple is situated about 5 km from the meenakshi temple. It has a huge tank in the compound of the temple and holds the record of being the biggest tank in the region of Tamil Nadu. The tank is filled with water all year long. Legends say that the idol of the temple too was obtained from the bottom of the tank, while it was dug in the olden times.So the tank gained its popularity since then and the temple too was constructed in its memory. Several different kinds of festivals are celebrated in the temple and all rituals are done with great pomp and pleasure and the people have a wonderful time while they are in the temple.

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Popular places in Courtallam

1.Pazhaya Courtalla Aruvi

The Pazhaya Courtalla Aruvi (Old Courtallam falls) used to fall into a valley from between two rocks. The valley was closed and the rocks were broken to change the course of water and make bathing easier. It was reopened later.


Peraruvi (main falls) the biggest falls in Courtallam, is about 60m high. The flow of water is interrupted by the Pongumakadal, a 19m deep crater and comes down with greatly reduced impact, making a bath safe.


Aintharuvi (five falls) has five separate cascades of water form this waterfalls.

4.Shenbagadevi falls

At Shenbagadevi falls, the water flows through shenbaga (Michaelia champak) trees. There is also a temple there, dedicated to Shenbagadevi Amman. Shenbagadevi leads to Chitraruvi.


About 3 km from this is Thenaruvi (honey falls), 40m high and cascading between two large stones. In places where there is no water, one sees big honeycombs. Thenaruvi is very dangerous and it is restricted for public. But it is very common to see people visiting and bathing in Thenaruvi.

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                                Chennai is the capital city of Tamilnadu. Previously known as Madras, the Metro City has been known as the Business and Techno Hub of the State. It is one of the Indian cities most visited by foreign tourists because it has an interesting culmination of traditional, historical, religious practices in different destinations and Modern developing trends and lifestyles. Marina beach, Kapaleeshwarar temple, Vadmalayan Murugan Temple,Vandalur zoological park, St.Thomas Mount and Basilica, Mahabalipuram are a few notable places to be visited while visiting Chennai We provide taxi from Tirunelveli to Chennai for up and down distance of 1200 Km with low rate from 10370 Rs for 48 Hrs. Our car hire service would be the best option to go to the Chennai, Madurai and Trichy Airports from Tirunelveli having the lowest cab fare.

Popular Places in Chennai

1.Marina Beach

Stretching 13 kilometres in length from St. George Fort to Mahabalipuram, Marina Beach enjoys the limelight of both tourists and locals for being the second longest (urban) natural beach in the world. Witness cricket matches, fish markets, children flying kites and astrologers at the beach side as you take a walk along the shoreline. 

2.Besant Nagar Beach

Elliot’s beach or Besant Nagar Beach is located in Besant Nagar and forms the south-end of the Marnia Beach. It is one of the most happening places for youngsters in Chennai. To assure safety and prevent drowning cases, the beach also has a police outpost.  The beach boasts of the famous landmark called the Karl Schmidt Memorial, a gate-like structure made from bricks. Legend says that this landmark was built in the memory of a Dutch sailor who lost his life while saving a girl from drowning.

3.Madras War Cemetery

Established in 1952 by the Imperial War Graves Commission, Madras War Cemetery was built to honour the lives of all those men and women who sacrificed their lives in World War II. It is home to almost 856 Common wealth burials of the Second World War.  People from many different nationalities like UK, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, West Africa and India are buried here. Located on the Mount Poonamalle road, the cemetery is just 5 kilometres from the airport and a kilometre away from Saint Thomas Mount. Though a restricted area, those who prefer silence or are history buffs would love to pay a visit to this place.

4.Kovalam Beach

Located just 25 kilometres from the city, Kovalam beach is part of the Kovalam village located on the shores of Bay of Bengal, on the East Coast Road next to Muttukaadu Bridge. Also known as Covelong beach, it is a crescent-shaped beach and offers truly magnificent views. Do not confuse this beach with the Kovalam town in Kerala. 
You can try boating and wind surfing here. In fact, it is one of the rare places in India where wind surfing is possible. However in recent times, owing to extensive commercialisation, the sanity of the beach is affected.

5.Government Museum

Also known as Egmore or Madras Museum, the Government Museum was founded in 1851 and is touted to be India’s second oldest museum. Spread across 17 acres of land, the museum comprises of six buildings with 46 galleries. Some of them are believed to be approximately 100 years old. It houses a wide collection of Roman antiques, palm-leaf manuscripts, Amravati paintings, wood carvings and other historical articles.

Opening Closing Time9:30 am to 5 pm (Closed on Fridays) Entrance FeeINR 15 (Adults); INR 10 (Children below 12 years); INR 200 (Camera); INR 500 (Video Camera)

6.Ripon Building

Built in the year 1913, the Ripon Building is the official seat of the Chennai Corporation and is painted white as a representation of Indo-Saracenic architecture. Situated close to the Chennai Railway Station, it was constructed by Loganatha Mudaliar and was named after Lord Ripon who was the then Governor General of British India.  This royal building is rectangular in shape with a 43 meters tower that has a 2.5 meter clock. Also known as Westminster Chiming Clock, this has been the main attraction of the building ever since it was built. It has a mechanical key system that is checked every day. 

7.Vadapalani Murugan Temple

Dedicated to Lord Muruga, Vadapalani Murugan Temple is almost 125 years old. It is quite popular in Chennai as many religious rites and marriage ceremonies are conducted here. Legend says that Annaswami Nayakar, an ardent devotee of Lord Muruga made a tiny thatched hut where he placed the image of the Lord. Whenever he used to pray, he used to say certain religious chants which worked as a healing therapy for ailing people and were considered auspicious in getting married and acquiring jobs.  After his death, a temple was constructed in place of the hut and since then the significance has been carried forward. The temple has beautiful carvings including the most beautiful 108 Bharatnatyam dance gestures. Opening Closing Time5:30 am to 9 pm

8.Anna Memorial

Located on Marina beach in Chennai, Anna Memorial was built in the honour of the great Dravidian leader Arinzar Annadurai as well as former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, C. N. Annadurai whose cremation was done here in 1969. The memorial is situated in the midst of a lush green park. 

As soon as you reach here, you will be welcomed by an arch that is shaped like an elephant tusk. Boasting of a huge area of 510 hectares, the memorial has a museum, safari park, aquarium and animal house. 

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                                          " Thiruvananthapuram formerly known as Trivandrum is the capital and the largest city of the Indian state of Kerala. It is referred by Mahatma Gandhi as the ""Evergreen City of India”. Sri Padmanabhaswamy temple,Thiruvananthapuram,hundreds of recognised Ayurveda centres are to be noted as the pride of the city of Trivandrum. Fast Track Call cab services provide taxi hire and rental service from Tirunelveli to Trivandrum. The travel distance between the two cities is 300 kms (up and down).The lowest cab fare starts for this trip from 2665rs for 11hrs. If you need a cab from Tirunelveli to Thiruvanathapuram Airport, Fast Track call cab can provide you the best travel experience with well maintained cabs driven by experienced drivers. "

Popular places in Trivandrum


At a distance of 13 km from Trivandrum, 63 km from Kochi, 67 km from Nagarcoil, 212 km from Kochi, 159 km from Alleppey and 83 km from Kanyakumari, Kovalam, on the shores of Arabian Sea, is one of the most famous Beaches in Kerala. It is also one of the most famous places to visit in Kerala state. The beautiful Kovalam Beach resort is also known as the 'Paradise of the South'. Kovalam means 'A grove of coconut trees' and the whole area beyond the shores around Kovalam is literally filled with endless sight of coconut trees offering magnificent views while approaching the beach. Kovalam gained importance when Maharani Sethu Lakshmi Bai, the Queen of Travancore, built a palace, the Halcyon Castle on the top rock near the beach in 1930s. Thereafter the place was brought to the public eye by her nephew the Maharaja of Travancore. After Independence,


At a distance of 135 km from Kochi, 69 km from Trivandrum, 83 km from Alleppey, 94 km from Kottayam and 156 km from Kanyakumari, Kollam (also known as Quilon) is an old sea port city in Kerala and headquarters of the Kollam District. The town of Kollam lies between the Ashtamudi Lake and Lakshadweep Sea. Kollam is one of the Kerala backwaters destinations. Kollam lies on the shores of Ashtamudi Lake. It is the southern gateway to Backwaters of Kerala and is a prominent tourist destination. Thirty percent of this district is covered by Ashtamudi Lake. The eight hour boat trip between Kollamand Alappuzha is the best way to explore the Kerala backwaters. It is also very famous for cashew processing and coir manufacturing. .

3.Papanasam Beach

At a distance of about 26 km from Kollam & 48 km from Trivandrum, Papanasam Beach is located in Varkala, which is a coastal town on the banks of Arabian Sea. Varkala is the second best beach resort in Kerala after Kovalam. It is a good weekend getaway destination from Trivandrum city. This beach is less commercialized and less crowded. This long sandy beach is getting popularized in recent days. It is very much safe to swim & play in the waters of the beach here. Dolphins are also spotted at this place.


At a distance of 56 km from Trivandrum, Ponmudi is a cute picturesque hill station in the Thiruvananthapuram district of Kerala. It lies at an altitude of around 1000 m and is a popular destination for trekking in Kerala and one of the best weekend getaways from Trivandrum city. It is also among the popular Kerala tourist places, especially in summer season. Ponmudi is surrounded by scenic hills, spice plantations, tea estates, natural springs and winding streams. Ponmudi was founded by Rishi Parshuram, a prominent Indian mythological figure.

5.Thenmala Dam

At a distance of 68 km from Kollam, 39 km from Tenkasi & 73 km from Trivandrum, Thenmala Dam also known as Kallada Dam or Parappara Dam located in Thenmala village is built across Kalla River. It is situated very close to Kollam - Tenkasi road. The dam is located amidst picturesque location with beautiful surroundings at the foothills of the Western Ghats.  The surroundings of Thenmala Dam are developed under eco-tourism development activities. It is also selected by World Tourism Organisation as one of the best eco-friendly projects in the world. Thenmala means honey hill. Due to the peculiar floristic composition of the forest, the honey collected from Thenmala forest is famous for its medicinal values. 

6.Shanghumugham Beach

At a distance of about 10 kms from Trivandrum Central Railway Station, Shanghumugham Beach is a famous beach around Trivandrum. The huge sculpture of a Nymph (Jalakanyaka) made by the famous sculptor Sri Kanai Kunjuraman and a restaurant shaped like a star fish are added attractions here. The beach is more crowded during the weekends and local holidays. Sunset at this beach is worth watching. The Chacha Nehru Traffic Training Park here attracts children and helps them to learn the traffic rules. During temple festivals the beach witnesses ritual washing of temple idols.

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