This is the land where spirituality unites with the human soul through sacred places that are believed to have witnessed miracles and vague happenings. Rameshwaram, the land of Lord Ram couldn’t be a better place to acquire the peace hidden somewhere deep down in your pure soul, and go beyond the boundaries of the mere body by freeing yourself to spiritual happiness.
Rameshwaram serves as an ideal holiday destination as the city is replete with Temples, sacred shrines, beaches and of course tranquility on another level altogether.
The magic of this land is that some of the miracles are still visible which tend to deepen your fain the supreme power. To example a few, we have fresh spring water shooting from a saline sea, and rocks floating on water bridging the neighboring country of Sri Lanka with Rameshwaram, India, believed to have been a path created by Lord Ram to get to this city after rescuing his beloved wife Sita from the vicious circle of Ravana. This city contributes to a huge chunk of Tamilnadu tourismas well.
Be it a spiritual get away, a trip to escape the hustle and bustle or a search for a peaceful holiday with serene beaches to unite with the tranquility of Mother Nature, of cities Rameshwaram gives you every reason to visit it and spend a few cherishing days of your journey here. The city serves as food for the soul and hence makes for an ideal vacation. You could easily plan your next stop at Kanniyakumari or Madurai from here. There are trains that depart from Rameshwaram to Kanniyakumari and Madurai.
Essential travel information and Rameshwaram tips for your visit
- Time Zone- UTC+05:30
- Currency- Indian National Rupee (INR)
- Electricity: Power in India is 230 Volts, 50 Hz. Internet 3G compatibility (4G recently introduced)
- Languages- Tamil, Hindi and English
- Security- Numbers for emergency
- Ambulance - 108
- Fire- 101
- Police 100
- Off-beaten Path-NA
- Tipping- Tipping is appreciated but optional.
- It is safe to avoid secluded areas after dark.
- It is wise to dress modestly.
- It is mandatory to enter the temples without footwear.