Chennai to Tirupati

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140 km

via Tirupati road

via Tirupati road

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Chennai – Queen of Beaches

Chennai is a city by the sea, located along the coast of Tamil Nadu. Its beautiful shore, along with the rest of South India, can be easily explored by taking a private Chennai to Tirupati taxi or Meru cab. Chennai is primarily famous for its scenic beaches containing azure waters and white sands. The city is home to Fort St. George, built in 1644 and now a museum showcasing the city’s roots as a British military garrison and East India Company trading outpost, when it was called Madras. Religious sites include Kapaleeshwarar Temple, adorned with carved and painted gods, and St. Mary’s, a 17th-century Anglican church. While here, you should not miss visiting the Marina Beach. This beach is abuzz with tourists all year round and is the perfect place to enjoy gorgeous sunrises. If you are looking for solitary time, visit the Breezy Beach or Elliot’s beach. Chennai also has several serene temples like the Marundeeswarar temple and the Ashtalakshmi temple.

Tirupati – The Divine Town

Located in Andhra Pradesh, Tirupati is famous for its monumental temples and stunning landscape. Its Sri Venkateswara Temple sits atop one of the the 7 peaks of Tirumala Hills, attracting scores of Hindu pilgrims. Taking a Chennai to Tirupati Meru cab is the best way to commute between the two marvelous towns. Tirupati is the holy land of many temples located atop mountain hills with lush waterfalls and clear streams gushing across its beautiful landscape. It is also a place where you will witness a myriad of pilgrims bowing down to the gods and goddesses above. Besides the holy Shri Vemkateshwar Temple,Tirumala is said to be one of the most visited religious sites on earth, and Tirupati Temple is currently a Guinness World Record holder for most visited temple in the world. The earthly Akasaganga Teertham waterfall and the Swami Puskarini Lake; do visit the Silathoranam rock formation to witness nature’s magic. Take a Chennai to Tirupati Meru cab to explore Southern India. Reaching from Chennai to Tirupati by car is an adequate way of traveling between these dream travel destinations. Chennai to Tirupati cabs, when availed from Meru, are free from surge pricing and equipped with GPS tracking features. It also offers travelers affordable Chennai Airport to Tirupati taxi fare.

Places to see on route

Puzhal Lake

The Red Hills Lake or the Puzhal Lake is a gorgeous rainfed lake located in Thiruvalluvar. If you are traveling from Chennai to Tirupati by Meru Cab, you can stop at this lake to take a calming walk or watch the blue skies. This lake also has split islands of which you can enjoy serene views. It is one of the two rain-fed reservoirs from where water is drawn for supply to Chennai City, the other one being the Chembarambakkam Lake and Porur Lake.

Sri Bhavani Periyapalayath Amman Temple

Located in the quaint town of Periyapalayam, Sri Bhavani Amman temple is an extremely sacred Hindu pilgrimage.This temple is located on the Arani river flowing through the town. The temple attracts thousands of people during the Tamil months of Adi and Avani especially during the weekends. The enchanting premise of this temple is amid a lush green landscape. If you avail Chennai to Tirupati Meru Cab packages, you can enjoy this temple’s magnificence.


Kailasakona Temple And Kailasakona Waterfalls

Kailasakona is a picturesque waterfall located in Chittor, Andhra Pradesh, considered divine by locals. It has a small temple where devotees flock in to worship Lord Shiva and Parvathi. This waterfall is having a height of around 40 feet. The specialty of the falls is that, there is water all through the year. There are 3 falls here. Apart from the main falls near the temple of Lord Shiva and Parvathi, there are two smaller falls with a height of approximately 4 to 6 feet, halfway through the main road to the main falls. These two smaller fall waters fells into small ponds. One can take a bath here. Take a Chennai to Tirupati Meru cab to enjoy an unrivaled tourist experience at this perennial waterfall.

Chandragiri Fort

The Chandragiri fort is a 11th-century fort constructed as part of the Vijayanagar Kingdom. Although mostly associated with the Vijayanagara Emperors it was built much earlier in 11th century by the Yadava rulers.It has brilliantly engraved corridors and walls.Inside the fort are eight temples, Raja Mahal, Rani Mahal and other ruined structures.The Raja Mahal Palace is now an archaeological museum.The palace is an example of Indo-Sarcen architecture of the Vijayanagar period. The palace was constructed using stone, brick, lime mortar and devoid of timber. The crowning towers represents the Hindu architectural elements.Take a Chennai to Tirupati Meru Cab rental package to explore this historical monument in depth.

Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple

Padmavathi Temple is the temple dedicated to Goddess Padmavathi or Alamelumanga, the consort of Lord Venkateswara. The Temple is situated in Tiruchanur, at a distance of 5 km from Tirupati in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh, India. This pilgrim centre is popularly known as “Alarmelmangapuram” (Alar-Lotus, Mel-top, Manga-Goddess, Puram-town) or Alimelumangapuram. According to temple legend as Goddess Mahalakshmi emerged on the golden lotus as Padmavathi Devi located at the centre of Padmasarovaram-the temple tank. Book Chennai to Tirupati Meru Cab and reach this divine place.

Sri Venkateshwar Temple

One of the most significant temples of India, the Sri Venkateswar temple is dedicated to Lord Venkateshwar.The temple consists of various complexes inside its premises all of which are dedicated to Lord Venkateswara/Vishnu/Balaji who is the presiding deity of Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam. The temple which dates back to the 12th century is considered as one of the wealthiest and holiest temples of the world encountering an approximate traffic of 50,000 pilgrims every day. The activities of the temple include hair tonsuring, offering prayers,prasadam, hundi, tulabharam and arjitha seva. Book a Meru cab and feel the divine power of this holy temple.

Sri Govindarajaswamy Temple

Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, this 12th Century temple is one of the biggest in India.The presiding deity Sri Govindaraja Swamy is found lying on Ananta. The almighty Govindaraja Swamy is considered to be the god who helps you elevate your wealth and efficiently manage the wealth acquired.This famous temple in Tirupathi is a remarkable achievement of the ancient south Indian architecture. It has an impressive outer gopura and an inner gopura. The inner most gopura is the earliest one, dating from the 14th century and has carvings that depict scenes from Ramayana and Lord Krishna’s life. Book a Meru cab and visit this temple as it is the best place to familiarise yourself with Tirupati’s divine outlook.

Srivari Padala Mandapam

The Srivari Padala is an incredibly holy place. As per legend Lord Venkateswara after Ekantha seva at Tirumala will come visit his concert Padamavati at Tiruchanur, down the hill through Alipiri Steps path and will leave his footwear at this place and hence the name “Padala Mandapam”(Telugu : Padalu refers to Foot). Devotees going on Tirumala Yatra from Tirupati will offer prayers here first by carrying “Srivari Padukalu”(believed to be footwear worn by Lord Venkateswara himself) on their heads. It is ensconced by the Narayangiri Hills and is a sight for sore eyes. To reach here, you can book a Meru outstation cab.

Deer Park

The Deer Park is one such place to visit in Tirupati which offers a rewarding escapade to nature and wildlife enthusiasts.This splendid wildlife retreat is for nature lovers.You can see herds of deer thriving in the incredible flora of the park and can even feed them with your hands. The Deer Park hosts several deer species.The Deer Park lies on the way to Tirumala and you may take a stop over in this place and enjoy the joyful company of deer in their natural habitat. Do an online Meru cab booking to reach this deer reserve.

Sri Venkateshwar National Park

For nature enthusiasts Sri Venkateswara National Park is a green oasis to spend quality time in the lap of Mother Nature. Dry deciduous woodlands blended with patches of sodden deciduous thickets and dotted with cascading waterfalls make this place an obvious choice for hikers and environmentalists. Sprawled over an impressive 350 sq. Kilometers, this National Park is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna.If you are looking for some adventure in your trip then just book a Chennai to Tirupati Meru cab and have a thrilling experience over here.

How the roadmap by cab would look like between Chennai to Tirupati?

To get to Tirupati, you need to follow the Sydenhams road and then the Basin bridge road that will lead to the Chennai Srikakulam highway. Then you will reach the Grand northern trunk road located in Vasuki Nagar. Once you get there, you need to continue forward along the Chennai Renigunta highway till you reach Block A. After you reach Block A, you will need to take the 4th Cross street till you reach the Erukkancheri high road. Then take the National Highway 16 till the Tirupati Bypass road. If you continue on the Tirupati Bypass road, you will reach the Tirupati Central railway station road. Book Meru’s taxi services in Chennai for Local or Outstation rides. Get multiple car options with our Chennai Taxi- Hatchback, Sedan & SUV. Book Chennai to Tirupati Meru Cab and enjoy your journey.

What is the best time to visit?

Tirupati is to the south of India, so the summers here are quite harsh. It would be best to avoid visiting Tirupati during the months of March to September because the climatic conditions here could get unbearable and you may have to deal with temperatures as high as 42 degrees. However, the harsh climate doesn’t stop people from visiting the city and if you’re planning to come here during these months then a smart thing to do would be to rent an air conditioned cab and travel in comfort. Also, always carry cool cotton clothes with you so you feel cool. Winters here are amazing and you will manage to make the most of your trip here during the months of November to February. The temperatures don’t drop below 15 degrees so you will always feel comfortable and you won’t lose out on too much energy either. The easiest and affordable option is to book Meru outstation cabs Chennai.

Alternate routes to Tirupati from Chennai

There are a couple of routes that you can take from Chennai to Tirupati. While the route via Tirupati road is the fastest, the other routes are not that long. You can take the route via Tirupati road and National Highway 716 as well. If you want to avoid the Tirupati road completely, you can then take the National Highway 716. While the time difference is negligible on all three routes, the places to visit differ. Take Chennai to Tirupati Meru services at an affordable range and reach there.

What is the road condition like between Chennai to Tirupati?

The three and a half hour journey from Chennai to Tirupati has some of the best roads in India and this is one comfortable ride to take. Book Chennai to Tirupati Meru Cab and experience the best on road services.