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Dindigul to Pondicherry Trip

Pondicherry (or Puducherry), a French colonial settlement in India until 1954, is now a city bordered by the south-eastern state of Tamil Nadu in the Union Territory. In its French Quarter, with tree-lined avenues, mustard-colored colonial villas and trendy boutiques, its French heritage is retained. A seaside promenade runs along the Bay of Bengal, passing many monuments, including the Gandhi Memorial, which is 4 m high.The distance from Dindigul to Pondicherry is approximately 298 kms. 


DAY 1 – Dindigul to Pondicherry (Pondicherry Sightseeing)

  • Pick up from Dindigul.
  • Then proceed towards Pondicherry.
  • Hotel Check in.
  • Shri Aurobindo Ghosh Ashram.
  • Auroville.
  • Paradise Beach.
  • Gingee Fort
  • Overnight stay at Pondicherry.

DAY 2 – Pondicherry Sightseeing

  • Morning Breakfast at Hotel.
  • Then proceed to visit Basilica Of The Sacred Heart Of Jesus.
  • Jawahar Toy Museum .
  • Promenade Beach.
  • White Town
  • Chunnambar Boat House.
  • Overnight stay at Pondicherry.

DAY 3 – Pondicherry Sightseeing

  • Morning Breakfast at Hotel.
  • Then proceed to visit Old Lighthouse .
  • Pondy Bazaar
  • Raj Niwas
  • French War Memorial
  • Pondicherry Botanical Garden
  • Overnight stay at Pondicherry.

DAY 4 – Pondicherry Sightseeing

  • Check out from Hotel.
  • Rock Beach.
  • Mahatma Gandhi Statue.
  • The Pondicherry Museum.
  • Bharati Government Park.
  • Proceed towards Dindigul.
  • Finally drop at Dindigul.



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    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 transport.


  • All Taxes & Fees, Any Activities,Rides.


  • Domestic Flight


  • Travel Insurance


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The streets of the French Quarter of Pondicherry, also known as White Town, are dotted with charming mustard-yellow colonial structures with bougainvillaea laden walls. These are interspersed with cosy cafés and stylish boutiques selling delicious French cuisine and drinks. Simply strolling down these streets would give the traveller an insight into Pondicherry’s fairytale charm.

Pondicherry has a lot to offer, paved with authentic French bakeries, bohemian shops and cobble-stoned paths that are delightful for a leisurely stroll or a bicycle trip. So go down to this Indian Coast dream town and chug a few beers (at the prices of the Union Territory; bid farewell to state taxes) or just read a book in one of the quaint cafes.

It is only after the arrival of Dutch, Portuguese, British and French traders that the history of Pondicherry is known. Nearby locations, on the other hand, such as Arikamedu, Ariyankuppam, Kakayanthoppe, Villianur and Bahour, which over a period of time were colonised by the French East India Company and later became Pondicherry’s union territory, have documented histories predating the colonial period.

Pondicherry is a South Indian tourist destination. The city has many colonial houses, churches , temples and sculptures that still retain much of the colonial atmosphere, combined with the town planning and French style avenues in the old part of the city. Although the sea is a tourist attraction, the sandy beaches that once graced its coastline no longer exist in Pondicherry.

Extreme coastal erosion was caused by the breakwater to the port and other hard structures built on the sea, and the sand from Pondicherry’s Promenade Beach was allowed to disappear entirely. The beaches further up the coast to the north have also been lost as a result of the building of the town’s seawall and groyne. To the south of the harbour breakwater, an immense deposition of sand has occurred, but this is not a convenient beach and is not easily accessible from the area.Come explore Pondicherry’s boulevards and streets (the French word for streets) that will eventually take you down to the beautiful seaside promenade and experience the Bay of Bengal splashing the shores of the popular beach of Rock playfully.

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