Thirunelveli Attractions: Thirunelveli is one of the most visited tourist destinations of Tamil Nadu. This picturesque place has many well-preserved temples, built by Pandya Kings.
Kutrallam is located at an elevation of about 170 m high, on the Western Ghats, and is known as "Spa of the South". The water here is known for medicinal cure.
Thiruchendur temple, one of six abodes of Lord Subrahmanya, is believed to be the place where Subramanya offered prayers for his victory. The main festival, Skandasashti festival is celebrated in November, which attracts large number of devotees.
The famous Shiva temple is located about 60 kms away from here, at the bottom of Western Ghats that is very near to the origin of the River Tambraparani. The main festival, Chitra Vishu festival, is celebrated in April.
Situated 55 kms away, Sankaran Koil is famous for the Chariot Festival in Adithabasu Vizha.
Kunthakulam Bird Sanctuary
Situated 33 kms away, Kunthakulam is a small village covered with natural forests, and home for thousands of birds which migrate from other countries during winter.
One of the major ports of India, is known for their pearl fishing center.
Augustiyar Temple and fall, one of the most visited places in the city.
Manappad is famous for an old Holy Cross Church, associated with St. Francis Xavier.
Mundanthurai Wildlife Sanctuary a Project Tiger Reserve. But other animals like leopard, sambhar, sloth bear etc.
Accommodation in Thirunelveli
Hotel Sri Janakiram, located at Madurai Road is an AC Hotel.