This beach is at Rameshwaram's south. This is a must-see in Tamil Nadu and the entire country.
This is the most important pilgrimage spot in the city of Rameshwaram. Shri Ram, the Hindu god, is the temple's most important god.
Adam's Bridge is also called "Rama Setu" by people who live in the area. People like the bridge because it links two different countries, India and Sri Lanka.
The temple is in Rameswaram. Bay of Bengal seas surround the temple. This makes the temple's location scenic and relaxing.
This 2KM beach is in Rameswaram. This beach visit will give you relaxing, serene vibes, not urbanised vibes.
The holy body of water in the city of Rameswaram is called Lakshmana Tirtham. There are 64 holy Tirthas in the city as a whole.
All the other Tirthams in the town are inside temples, but this one is the only one you can find outside of a temple.
The area around this Tirtham is very quiet and relaxing in every way. From the city's main centre, Villoondi Tirtham is 6 kilometres away.
Rameswaram's opposite side. In addition to religion and pilgrimage, the city has a Water Bird Sanctuary with many tropical birds.
Even if it's a memorial to the country's former president, you can learn and enjoy a lot about the city of Rameshwaram's traditions, way of life, and culture.
The longest bridge in all of South India is in this city. It's the bridge that connects Rameshwaram Island to the rest of the state.
Opposite the Rameswaram bus stand is this spot. Octopus, Lion Fish, Snake Fish, Parrot Fish, Rabbit Fish, and Clown Fish are in the aquarium.
Mythologically significant pilgrimage site in Rameswaram. This temple's most noteworthy feature is its hallowed water tank.