1. India
  2. Tamil Nadu
  3. Chennai

Chennai, Kapaleeshwarar Temple & Marina Beach Private Tour

Product ID: 111298
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Your full-day Chennai city tour includes a visit to the world-famous Marina Beach, Kapaleeshwarar Temple, Fort St. George and the People’s Park.
About this activity
Duration 7 hours
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  • Explore the fascinating Fort Museum
  • Relax by spending the evening at Marina Beach
  • Admire the brilliant architecture of the Kapaleeshwarar Temple
Full description
Start your tour of Chennai with a visit to the St. George Fort, located on the banks of the Bay of Bengal. The fort is believed to be the first establishment of the British in India. Fort St. George was named after St. George, the patron saint of England, and is deemed to be one of the most prominent tourist spots in Chennai.

The Fort Museum is a large repository of arms and armaments. It also exhibits a wide range of artifacts dating back to the British period. These artifacts comprise of uniforms, manuscripts, paintings, letters, coins and much more. Afterwards, it's on to the Kapaleeshwarar, which was built around the 7th-century and is a good example of Dravidian architecture

Then a visit to the Government Museum of Chennai, one of the best museums in India and a prime tourist attraction. The museum is a treasure trove of artifacts and other historical objects from the Chola, Hoysala, Vijayanagar and Chalukya dynasties. You'll then end the day with a visit to Marina Beach to relax and unwind. Marina Beach is the second longest beach in the world from where you can watch the sunset.
  • Entrance fees as per itinerary
  • English-speaking local guide
  • Transfer and city tour by private, air-conditioned vehicle
  • All applicable taxes and service charges
What’s Not Included
  • Personal expenses
  • Gratuities

When you get there

Know before you go
• Please note: the fort is closed every Friday