Day-1 Coimbatore - Palani Arrival at Coimbatore. Visit Marudamalai (15 kms) is considered to be the unofficial Aarupadaiveedu of Lord Murugan. Travel to Palani (100 kms - 2.5 hours). Palani is a renonwed pilgrim centre for Lord Murugan devotees.
Day-2 Palani - Madurai - Tiruchendur Early morning visit to Visit Lord Murugan Temple, one of the six Aarupaiveedu Temples. Travel to Madurai (120 kms - 2.5 hours). Visit two Arupadaiveedu temples here which are in 10 km radius of Madurai i.e. Pazhamudircholai (10 km north of Madurai), Thiruparamkunram (10 km south of Madurai). Visit Kunrakudy is a Murugan temple, atop a small hill near Madurai. The temple is one of 10 most significant temples of Lord Murugan. Proceed to Tiruchendur (180 kms - 4.5 hours).
Day-3 Tiruchendur - Kumbakonam Early morning visit Thiruchendur Lord Murugan Temple. Travel to Kumbakonam via Trichy (400 kms - 8 hours). Enroute visit The Vayalur Murugan Temple near Trichy (1200 year old temple) and Swamimalai Lord Murugan Temple (8 kms before Kumbakonam).
Day-4 Kumbakonam - Sikkal - Kanchipuram Travel to Kanchipuram via Sikkal (350 kms - 7 hrs). Visit Sikkal Lord Murugan temple at Sikkal (6 kms from Nagapattinam).
Day-5 Kanchipuram - Thiruthani - Chennai Visit Thiruthani Lord Murugan Temple (43 kms North of Kanchipuram). Travel to Chennai from Thiruthani (84 kms) or to onward destination.
Chennai - Located on the Coromandel Coast of the Bay of Bengal, Chennai is a metro city of India and the largest in South India. Chennai is starting point for many itineraries of Taminadu and South India.
Coimbatore - Coimbatore is the second largest city in state of Tamil Nadu and a major textile and engineering hub. The plantation areas Coonnor and Valparai and hill station of ooty and kodaikanal are accessible from here.
Palani - Palani or Pazhani is home to one of the most sacred temples of Lord Muruga and is the third Aarupadai Veedu
Tiruchendur - Tiruchendur is located 40 kms south of Tuticorin and visited for the Thiruchendur Murugan Temple is the second of the Arupadai Vedu (six abodes) of Lord Muruga.
Kumbakonam - Kumbakonam is where guests get a feel of a typical Tamilnadu village. It is called the temple town on account of the large number of temples in and around the area including Navagraha temples. The town is also known for its brass vessels units.