Villoondi Theertham

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  • Address: Nr. Pamban, Rameswaram, India, Rameshwaram
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Religious Site, Outdoors, Beach, Family And Kids

Villoondi Theertham - Review

Viloondi tirtham is one of Rameshwaram’s beaches and one of the 64 sacred water bodies in the holy city. You walk over the pier and get into the sea where you have lovely spring water which is a major highlight of this beach.Villoondi tirtham features subtle tides. The mythical story of the spring water shooting out of that particular spot in the sea states that after lord Ram and his army set from Sri Lanka after rescuing Sita (his wife) from Ravana, they got to Rameshwaram where his army was dying of thirst. That’s when Lord Ram shot an arrow in the sea from where the fresh spring water oozed out. The army quenched their thirst with this water.

Villoondi Theertham Information

  • It is wise to dress modestly.
  • Carry an extra pair of clothes.

How To reach Villoondi Theertham by Public Transport

  • Hire a rickshaw or taxi to get here.
  • Take a bus from Rameshwaram bus stand.

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TripHobo Highlights for Villoondi Theertham

  • Villoondi Theertham Address: Nr. Pamban, Rameswaram, India, Rameshwaram
  • Villoondi Theertham Timing: 24-hrs
  • Villoondi Theertham Price: Free
  • Best time to visit Villoondi Theertham(preferred time): 09:00 am - 02:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Villoondi Theertham: 02:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Villoondi Theertham

  • 95% of people who visit Rameshwaram include Villoondi Theertham in their plan

  • 34.73% of people start their Villoondi Theertham visit around 6 PM - 7 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Villoondi Theertham

Monday, Saturday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Villoondi Theertham

People normally club together Ram Setu and Annai Indira Gandhi Road Bridge while planning their visit to Villoondi Theertham.

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Villoondi Theertham, Rameshwaram Reviews

  • A lovely beach view with crystal clear water. The view is lovely. Would suggest to go on a cloudy afternoon with less sun to avoid the heat. The locality is safe and localites are friendly. No places nearby for food but there are options for coconut water and mineral water. Bet time to visit Jan to march. Good to go with friends and family.

  • Beautiful place to be on earth. the place has roaring rough sea waves hitting the shore. The place has mythological significance. No temples around. But local people advice is... sea is deep and as grew into land. So better no to play at sea beach here. But lot of shell and broken Coral etc. residues thrown by sea waves to the sea shore.can easily spend at least an hour admiring these natural location.

  • This is the place where Rama quenched the thirst of seeta. The beach here is very clean try to go to this place early morning or later in the evening before 5 or 6 to enjoy this clear beach. Lot of dead corals are washed over the shore. So do not go bare footed coz some of the corals there are too sharp. A never miss beach in Rameshwaram indeed.

  • Nice place... Although rumour about drinking water in the well but the well water s very salty.. May be they have filled it with sea water.. But very hot in the afternoon... Water s clean near the beach...

  • It has religious value. As per ramayana, after the war was over, Devi Sita was back, she asked for water and Lord Rama dipped his arrow here to make water sweet. We reached here at sun set time and view was great.

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