French Speakers Who Live South Of Chennai
Pleasures Of Pondy
Pondicherry is approximately 320 km. from Bangalore and the bus trip takes around 6 to 7 hours. The UT capital is also known as Puducherry or Pondy, and its French legacy is still alive. Well planned Pondicherry tour packages from Bangalore ensure leisurely rides and cosy hotel rooms. The tourist site has healthy air, and the sunrises behind deep blue seas are uplifting. French charm in a Tamil land may seem odd, but the sea food is delicious. The churches and Auroville are a beacon of spiritual hope, and foreigners are a frequent sight. Beaches and promenade are quiet and clean, and there is also an old, round lighthouse.
How To Reach?
The former colony Puducherry is a quaint city which is 160 km. south of Chennai. People speak fluent French, and the architecture is also distinctly from France. The Pondicherry tour packages from Bangalore facilitate round trips in 2 days straight. Tourists can spend about 5 to 6 hours on sightseeing each day, and delight in Pondy’s unique flavour. You have to make sure the route is favourable (via Vellore is a popular choice). Enjoy the gentle and refreshing coastal breeze for a rejuvenating time!
1 Night, 2 Days Itinerary
- An early morning departure from Bangalore is a perfect start for the tourists.
- Check into a friendly little hotel and get ready for a hectic post-noon session.
- Bharathi Park, Toy Museum, and a few other interesting landmarks lie ahead.
- Evening stroll on Promenade Beach followed by a visit to ancient Ganesh Temple.
- Try the South Indian dinner and sleep through the night in a peaceful atmosphere.
- Have some refreshments and plan half a day of new and beautiful sights.
- South Boulevard Basilica and Botanical Park with Aquarium are an eyeful.
- Catch sight of the backwaters at Chunnambar Boating Venue.
- The isolated and exceptional Paradise Beach however requires a boat ride.
- Pack your bags and check out of the hotel for an early departure.
- Finally, The pleasant tour concludes with a return journey to Bangalore.