With our Tirupati VIP darshan Package from chennai, we make worship a very peaceful experience by providing amenities such as travel helpful, darshan guide and other personalized services when needed by our guests. At Balaji Travels T.Nagar, we make sure that your one day Tirupati package from Chennai is comfortable and enjoyable by providing world class travel and guest services.


Chennai balaji travels is one of the best travel agency, we provide tirupati daily package from Chennai, one, two, three days packages and also outstation car rental available.
Chennai balaji travels is one of the best travel agency, we provide tirupati daily package from Chennai, one, two, three days packages and also outstation car rental available.
Devotees who come to Tirupati from outside, come to Chennai for transportation and travel to Chennai from Tirupati. During this trip you will want to take a look at all the attractions around Chennai and Tirupati in 1day and 2days.
When traveling through a travel agent in Chennai, drivers will be familiar with all the places. The pilgrims are expected to visit more places in one and two days.
Balaji Travels is doing the same overnight with the Chennai Tirupati Vellore package. It is 131 km from Chennai to Tirupati and 151kms to the Vellore golden temple.
We leave from Chennai to Tirupati at 4.30am in the morning, we will go to Thirumalai Tirupati via Thiruvanmiyur, Title Park, Ramanujan IT City Tarmani, Adayar, Guindy, Ramapuram, Nandambakkam, MIOT hospital, Porur, Iyyapppanthangal, Poonamallee, Thirumazhisai, Thiruvallur, Ramapuram, Tiruttani, Nigari, Puttur, Renigunta.
After completing the darshan, we will travel from Tirupati to Chittoor to Vellore Golden Temple. After completing the darshan, we will finish the package at 10:00pm in Chennai.


Chennai balaji travels is one of the best travel agency, we provide tirupati daily package from Chennai, one, two, three days packages and also outstation car rental available.
pilgrims come from all over the world for a vision of Tirupati. Devotees who think that they can leave the darshan for a same day without booking the vision of Tirupati will be disappointed. Devotees who have great faith in Balaji will think that Balaji in Tirupati can go to Darshani because it is time to come to Tirupati professionally. But Balaji's vision online ticket counter will expire from 15days or 20 days before. Thus, devotees do not get darshan tickets.
Balaji Travels is serving tirupati 2 days package from Chennai. The pilgrims need 300 special entry darshan ticket and Srnivasamangapuram, Govindarajan perumal, Papanasam , Srikalahasti, Kanipakam, near Tirupati. All the temples are arranged in a two days darshanam and then completed package in Chennai.


Balaji cheap and best Travels provides Chennai to tirupati one day package, these packages for VIP darshan and also pickup and drop, every person two laddu be provide for this package.
chennai to tirupati travel package From Ennore, Tiruvottiyur, Washermenpet, Korukkupet, Mannadi, Perambur, Kolathur, Villivakkam, Tondiarpet, Oragadam, Kanathur, Muttukadu, Chennai to Tirupati, we offer car package, car rental, outstation, tour package, daily service.
In the package include morning breakfast, lunch, toll, parking, Andhra state permit, Tax, driver bata, tirupatibalaji darshan ticket Rs.300.From our 26 years of experience, we serve our customers best. Millions of customers who have used us know this. Thanks to all the customers who used Balaji Travels. We are humbly requested to offer you our service on your Tirupati trip.


Chennai-To-Tirupati-Car-Rental-Package. tirupati travel from chennai. Car Rental from Chennai to South India, Balaji travels systematizes the Best offer from cheapest and very well Services. we provide 24/7.
We take customers from their home in Chennai to tirupati travels car. This will make it easier for adults and children at home. They may not care about their luggage safety. Getting in the car allows customers to park where they need to. You can leave Balaji in one day without worrying about car toll, parking, AP permit, tax and driving. From Chennai, Kelambakkam, Kovalam, Siruseri, Alathur, Mathavaram, Pallipattu, Tiruttani, Chengalpattu, Kancheepuram, Maduranthakam, Sriperumbudur, Tirukalukundram, Manali, Puzhal, Redhills, Ernavur we are serving Tirupati by car daily.


Balaji travels provides Chennai to tirupati car rental at low cost. Car package for also outstation 1 to 10 person in a family. Desire, innova, tavera, tempo traveler car provides according to the family members.
Venkat Narayana Swamy Temple is located in Tirumala near Tirupati. Devotees from all over the world come to this temple. The language and places in Tirupati are all new for the newly arrived pilgrims. Can Balaji go to the darshan at the right time and how long will it be when you go from Chennai to Tirupati. There will be confusion about how to book the car, the driver who knows about all the places in Tirupati and what I need to do and can tell the driver what to do. Balaji Travels serves chennai to tirupati travels car booking from many places in Chennai, Thirumullaivoyal, Avadi, Pattabiram, Kosapet, West Chennai, Alapakkam, Anna Nagar, Mogappair, Arumbakkam, Maduravoyal, Koyambedu, Ashok Nagar, KK Nagar, Karambakkam, Vadapalani.

7. Kumbakonam and Gangaikonda Cholapuram

Interested in seeing more superb temples from the Chola era? Kumbakonam and Gangaikonda Cholapuram, northeast of Thanjavur, have two Great Living Chola Temples that are part of the UNESCO World Heritage listing too. Kumbakonam was another capital of Chola kings. The 12th century Airavatesvara temple at Darasuram, near Kumbakonam, is covered in magnificent detailed sculptures. The royal temple at Gangaikonda Cholapuram was built not long after Thanjavur's Big Temple in the 11th century. It's not on the same scale but has similar graceful architecture and an enormous stone Nandi (bull).

8. Chettinad

Famous for its old mansions (some of which are open to the public) and fiery meat curries, Tamil Nadu's Chettinad region is located about two hours from Madurai and Thanjavur. It can be explored on a day trip. Or, have a heritage stay at a mansion that's been converted into a hotel! The Bangala is a stately homestead located in Karaikudi, in the heart of Chettinad. The food is a highlight; seven courses are served on a banana leaf. Cooking classes and special packages for the exploration of local cuisine are also offered.

9. Tranquebar (Tharangambadi)

Continue about two hours east of Kumbakonam to the Coromandel Coast and you'll come acroos the small town of Tranquebar, which was the first Danish trading post in India established in 1620. There you can see the remains of a 17th century fort, museum, and old church. The Bungalow on the Beach is an 18th century Danish colonial house that once belonged to the Governor of Danish India and has now been turned into a heritage hotel.

10. Pichavaram

Pichavaram mangrove forest is one of the world's largest mangrove jungles (along with the Sundarbans National Park in West Bengal and Bhitarkanika in Odisha). Yet, not a lot of tourists know about it. The mangrove forest is spread over 1,100 hectares and joins the Bay of Bengal, where it's separated by a lengthy sand bank. Apparently, there are more than 50 islands of various sizes, and 4,400 big and small canals! A boat will take you to explore them. Pichavaram is located about 30 minutes from the temple town of Chidambaram in Tamil Nadu, which is a bit over an hour north of Tranquebar and worth visiting too. It has a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva in his dancing form of Nataraj and special fire ceremonies.

11. Tiruvannamalai

Many people say that Tiruvannamalai, and in particular Mount Arunachala, has a very special spiritual energy. The holy mountain has been called the most silent place on earth, as it has the ability to quieten the mind. It's considered by Hindus to be the embodiment of Lord Shiva. Tiruvannamalai attracts both pilgrims and spiritual seekers to its Arunachaleswar Temple and Sri Ramana Ashram. The crowd swells on full moon nights and during the Karthigai Deepam festival in November when pilgrims walk around the holy mountain.

12. Kanyakumari

Kanyakumari sits on the furthermost tip of India, where the Bay of Bengal merges with the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean. It attracts a lot of pilgrims as it's regarded as the abode of virgin Goddess Kanya Kumari, an incarnation of Goddess Parvati (the divine Mother Goddess). Goddess Kanya Kumari is believed to have done penance there to get Lord Shiva to marry her. The distinguishing feature of this spiritual town is the Swami Vivekananda Memorial and towering statue of Tamil poet Thiruvalluvar, located on a rocky island off the shore. The Swami meditated there in 1892, before setting out on his religious crusade. In addition, Kanyakumari is one of the best places to see the southwest monsoon arrive in India, in late May each year.

13. Rameshwaram

Rameshwaram is a peaceful little pilgrim town, brought to life by the constant stream of people that come to bathe in its holy water, get a puja done to purify their karma and visit Ramanathaswamy Temple. The approach to Rameshwaram is dramatic, with two long bridges (one for trains and one for other vehicles) linking it to the mainland. Not far from Rameshwaram, the crumbled, windswept remnants of Dhanuskodi, a town destroyed by a cyclone in 1964, are eerie in their isolation. Adam's Bridge is about as remote as you can get. This chain of reefs and sandbanks almost connects India with Sri Lanka, which is only about 30 kilometers (18 miles) away.

14. Ooty

Ooty was established in the early 19th century by the British as the summer headquarters of the Chennai government. It's a sought-after place to escape the summer heat. If you travel there during the peak season in April and May, do be prepared for it to be crowded though! Ooty's main attractions include the 22 hectare Government Botanical Gardens (a flower show is held there every May as part of the Summer Festival), boating on Ooty Lake, and climbing Dodabetta Peak for an excellent view of the Nilgiri hills. To get to Ooty, take the scenic Nilgiri mountain railway toy train from Metupalaiyam.

15. Coonoor

Downhill from Ooty, Coonoor is where the world-class Nilgiri tea originated. The town is beginning to realize its potential as a tourist destination but remains a refreshingly quieter option than Ooty. Many of the things to do there revolve around tea. Upper Coonoor is an enjoyable neighborhood to stroll around, plus there are viewpoints and trekking spots in the area. One trail leads to the ruins of 18th century Droog Fort, used by Tipu Sultan.

16. Kodaikanal

The British created Kodaikanal as an alternative to Ooty. The town is nestled into the densely forested Western Ghat mountains northwest of Madurai. While it's not as developed as Ooty and retains some old-world charm, it still attracts a lot of Indian tourists during summer. Walking, trekking, boat rides and horse rides are popular activities. For peace and quiet, ideally stay out of town at a property such as Lilly's Valley Resort with its own nature trail.

17. Mudumalai National Park

One of the top national parks in India, Mudumalai isn't far from Ooty in the Nilgiri district of Tamil Nadu on the border of Kerala and Karnataka. It's reportedly home to over 260 species of birds (including peacocks), as well as elephants, tigers, deer, monkeys, wild boar, bison, and leopards. Tree house accommodations are a popular feature at many of the properties around Mudumalai.

18. Pollachi

One of the best places to visit off the beaten track in India, Pollachi is a relatively unexplored destination that will delight nature and wildlife lovers. It's close to the Anamali Hills and the Kerala border. The Papyrus Itineraries offers immersive trips including bird watching, nature walks, boat rides, village and farm visits, handicrafts, and tea tours. Grass Hills Tours and Travels is also a reputable company that specializes in local nature and wildlife tourism. Try to catch the annual Kongu Nadu Cattle Festival, held in January. Stay at Coco Lagoon Resort, or the cheaper Coconut County Farm Stay.

19. Tiruchirappalli

Tiruchirappalli (commonly called Trichy) is among the oldest inhabited cities in Tamil Nadu. Its ancient and diverse history can be traced as far back as the Early Chola Dynasty in the 3rd century BC. The city has had about 10 different rulers who have left their mark on it, including the British. However, it really flourished in the 16th century, when it was part of the Madurai Nayak kingdom. The eclectic attractions include an old fort, temples, churches, and markets.