Multi-day Tours in Chennai (Madras)

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Multi-day Tours in Chennai (Madras)

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  • casantra
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia19 contributions
    Thank you All India Packages for the fantastic and memorable trip arrangements. Good selection of hotels, experienced and well spoken driver, and manage to cover all tourist attractions. Second time travelling with AIP and will highly recommend travelling with AIP as we can travel with 💯 % peace of mind. Safety and comfort and guest satisfaction were always their priority . Good job sir and keep it up. Travel with peace of mind only with All India Packages. 👍💯
    Written 23 May 2022
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  • asuarezt1306
    4 contributions
    The most amazing and extraordinary part of our 6 days visit to old Hindu temples in south Tamil Nadir state. Chindambaram was first, quite a surprise, very much alive, crowded with prying local followers for Shiva, then smaller more isolated temples near Thanjavur, intimate, even if alive, more for us only, maybe was the time of the day, and the day after Srirangam, Visnu temple probably the largest and the best, even if Vishnu follower were more restrictive and we were not allowed into the sancta sanctorum.
    Absolutely great experience, not to miss if you think coming to India, and even very much worthen just for themselves.
    Written 14 May 2022
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  • Rahul
    2 contributions
    I found out a new and fun way of visiting Pondicherry and Mahabalipuram by Motorcycle! It was an awsome experience. Vijay was our guide and escort rider. He had tons of patience and ensured we has no difficulty in keeping up with him. The ride along the beach was memorable. The bikes were in great condition and we got helmet as well from the company. Stay and food was all pre arranged and everything was perfect. The attention to detail of 5 Senses Motorcycle Tours was laudable. I would highly recommend this tour to anyone who loves motorcycles
    Written 18 August 2019
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  • Ranga N
    2 contributions
    Unexplored Indian History. The legend of Kudimiyanmalai was woven into a brilliant play by Girish Karnad (Flowers). Sittanavassal is a marvel of Jain culture. The real wonder is that it is not one of the wonders of the world.
    Written 22 November 2021
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
  • swittet54
    Seattle, WA10 contributions
    We booked a 19 day, private tour with 5 Senses—visits to these sites in Tamil Nadu were part of it.

    Five Senses did a fantastic job organizing our tour overall—no hiccups or headaches. Narayanan, the owner, is a joy to work with. He is super-responsive to emails and he checked in with us regularly to ensure that all was going smoothly. Also, the price was right. We stayed in excellent hotels, including one of the best we’ve ever had the pleasure to experience (The Leela Palace in Bangalore, not part of this particular trip segment). Narayanan gets much better rates than I could find on the web. When I checked Booking.com prices, our hotels alone added up to more than the cost of our entire trip, which also included transport, guides, domestic flights, cooking classes, dance demonstrations, etc. We choose not to include meals in our package, except for breakfast which came with our hotel rooms. We like to scout out our own restaurants.

    It was wonderful to experience India, which can be challenging, in a comfortable, air-conditioned car. In Tamil Nadu our dedicated guide was Kannan, a knowledgeable, flexible and good guy overall. We had one driver and car in northern Tamil Nadu and a different driver and car in the south. (We left Kannan after Mahabalipuram to fly to Karnataka—see our separate review of those parts of the trip. Kannan met up with us again in Trichy.) Kannan was not happy with the first car the local company in Trichy assigned to us (he felt it was too noisy), so the morning after our evening airport pickup he greeted us in a better vehicle. We didn’t have to say anything, Kannan was on top of it. And once he learned we were keen on South Indian food, he recommended great local restaurants. Kannan knew when to visit to beat the crowds, the prices were jaw-droppingly low and the quality high. Yum!

    I won’t review the big temples or historic sites we visited as there already is plenty of information about them on the web. Instead I’ll focus on activities specific to 5 Senses. That said, be sure to put Darasuram on your itinerary if you go to Trichy—it’s a much less crowded temple experience, especially in the morning. Kannan kindly allowed us to add it to our itinerary after we heard some other tourists raving about it at dinner. He also squeezed in the Vivekananda Center, an interesting visit in Chennai. And don’t miss the Sri Meenakshi temple at Madurai—it is amazing, even in the company of all the other incredible sites we visited. Our only disappointment is that they don’t allow photos in that temple. It broke my heart, but I found a lot of pix on the web to round out our collection.

    One of our favorite 5 Senses experiences was a dosa and idli cooking class with Kannan’s aunt, at her house in Chennai. She and her son Ganesh were extremely hospitable, allowing us into their kitchen to watch, and to help a bit. It turns out that preparing dosa batter is complicated, and that one needs special equipment to cook idlis, so I don’t know if we will be able to replicate the experience back in the States. But it was great fun to see the process, to learn about foods we hadn’t tried before and to finish up by devouring all the good stuff Auntie had prepared.

    We plan to return to India to explore the north in a year or two. I won’t bother checking with any other tour companies—why would I when I have faith in Narayanan and 5 Senses?
    Written 11 February 2020
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
  • Vijayakumar Ravi
    Bengaluru, India4 contributions
    I am not a familiar Chennai traveller but I use to do official trip. And I like early morning travel by Bus/Bike.

    It makes me energetic
    Written 29 July 2022
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  • gensijoe
    London, UK2 contributions
    I just did this incredible tour along the coast on a motorcycle for 8 days from Chennai. The arrangements were immaculate and Vijay , our escort rider and host was simply outstanding. He was so passionate about his country as well as the motorcycle. We had a lovely time riding along the coast as Vijay ensured we were able to navigate through traffic. The hotels booked were comfortable and food was amazing. This is the best way to explore India! I would recommend this to anyone who is passionate about motorcycles.
    Written 28 May 2019
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
  • Louis jameson
    Los Angeles, CA4 contributions
    We discovered this amazing company on TripAdvisor. They organised a tour on Royal Enfield motorcycles from chennai to 3 cities of ancient Chola empire. We rode to Tanjore,Gangaikonda and D
    arasuram. The ride was amazing with able guidance of vijay who was our escort rider,guide and friend. The ancient architecture and sculptures were mind blowing. This is the the best way of exploring India. Do it!
    Written 3 September 2019
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
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