K.R.Pushpam Complex, Aarthi Theatre Road, Dindigul, 624001
Dindigul to Thrissur

Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple, India’s fourth largest Hindu temple, has a number of legends. One of them mentions that Lord Krishna had chosen this temple town to ensconce His Dwarka temple. On the wish of the Lord, along with Brhaspati, Vayu Deva reinstated the statue of Lord Krishna in the holy temple of Guruvayur. A great number of devotees are visiting this holy temple on a regular basis today.Guruvayur is also known as the location for festivals such as Guruvayur Ekadasi and ChembaiSangeetholsavam for its magnificent beauty and appeal. A sought-after destination by lovers of seclusion, the untouched beauty of God’s Own Country still resonates.Distance between Dindigul to Guruvayur is 250Km. Its take travel time between Dindigul to Guruvayur is 5 hrs 45 mins.

In the southern Indian state of Kerala, Thrissur is a city. The district is renowned for its ancient temples, churches, and mosques. Thrissur is renowned as the cultural capital of Kerala, and the land of the Poorams. The most colourful temple festival in Kerala is Thrissur Pooram. Thrissur, a commercial and cultural centre, is considered to be the oldest city on India’s west coast. Its name means ‘tiny holy spot.’


DAY 1 – Dindigul to Guruvayur (Guruvayur Sightseeing)

  • Pick up from Dindigul.
  • Then proceed towards Guruvayur.
  • Hotel Check in.
  • Guruvayur Temple.
  • MammiyurMahadevan Temple .
  • Then proceed towards Thrissur.
  • Move To Thrissur, Visit Vadakkumnathan & Paramekkavu Temples.
  • Anakotta (Elephant fort)
  • Overnight stay at Hotel.

DAY 2 – Athirapally Falls

  • Morning Breakfast and then check out from Hotel.
  • Move to Athirapally, Check in Hotel .
  • Athirappilly Day sightseeing Tour- Thumboormuzhy Dam & River view garden, Natural River bath – Butterfly Park, Hanging Bridge – Athirapally falls + Charpa falls + Vazhachal falls.
  • Overnight at Athirapally.

DAY 3 – Valapari

  • After breakfast move to Valparai.
  • Move to Nallamudi Poonjola, then move to Aliyar dam, Hairpins & view points, Monkey falls.
  • Proceed towards Dindigul.
  • Finally drop at Dindigul.



  • We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3*, 5*, 7* )
    1. Solo Traveller
    2. Double sharing Rooms
    3. Suite Rooms
    4. Deluxe Rooms
    5. Royal Suite Rooms
    6. Home Stay (As per required )


  • From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be take care Local Speaking Guide – ( English,Tamil,Hindi,Telugu & Malayalam ) *


  • Breakfast Lunch Dinner (As per required )


  • All local vehicle transport.(Dindigul to Dindigul).


Legends claim that when the city was being demolished and built in Kerala, Lord Krishna asked 2 sages to take the idol from his temple in Dwarka. Vayu Deva and Brhaspathi brought the idol of Lord Krishna, and it was installed in Guruvayur. The term guruvayur is a combination of both their names (‘guru’ brahaspathi and ‘vayu’ deva. References to a place named Kuruvayur are made in the 14th century Tamil literature ‘Kokasandesam’.

Many references are seen concerning Kuruvayur as early as the 16th century. Kuruvai means sea in ancient Dravidic, hence the village may be called Kuruvayur on the coast. According to historian Professor K. V. Krishna Iyer, during the time of Chandra Gupta Maurya (321-297 BC), the Brahmins started to come and settle at Kodungallur.

“The Guruvayur Temple is a famous temple of Sri Krishna and is one of the Hindus’ most important places of worship and is also referred to as “Bhooloka Vaikuntam,” which translates to Vishnu’s holy abode on Earth. The holy idol installed here represents Bhagvan Vishnu ‘s enchanting form adorned with four lustrous arms bearing the Panchajanya conch, the Sudarshana Chakra discus, the Kaumodaki mace and the lotus.

The idol is decorated with the holy Tulasi garland, depicting the majestic form of Maha Vishnu as revealed at the time of Krishna Avatar to Vasudeva Anakadundubhi and Devaki. In the sanctum-sanctorum, the presiding deity is Mahavishnu. He faces east and is 4 ft tall with his idol.

Temples The temple of Vadakkunnathan, believed to have been built by the legendary saint Parasurama, is an example of the architectural style of Kerala and houses many sacred shrines and murals graphically delineating different episodes of the Mahabharata. One of the largest Sree Krishna temples in Kerala, Thiruvambadi Sri Krishna Temple, and Paramekkavu Bagavathi Temple, which is also located in the city, is one of the largest Bagavathi temples in Kerala.For more details about Dindigul to Guruvayur,Thrissur tour package please contact 9443204141,9578784466.

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