The best time to visit Tirupati is to avoid the rush!

Tirupati is the only destination in India, which everyone visits at least every year in their lifetime. It’s an auspicious and holy place to several Hindus in India. It’s the place of Lord Venkateshwara Balaji’s shrine for centuries. Thus a lot of people plan their Tirupati tour package from Chennai as soon as the year begins. But everyone hates the crowd over there, during peak seasons there is a huge crowd in Tirupati and Tirumala, which you would wish to avoid at all costs. It’s not difficult but it requires a bit of careful planning at times. 

Though there is a crowd in the Tirumala temple for 24 hours and 365 days, you can get away with lesser crowds during some seasons. The best season to visit Tirupati and Tirumala are during February, March, June, July, August, and November for the visit to the holy shrine of Lord Venkateshwara. There is only a normal crowd during this season and not a high volume of the crowd. It’s a better decision to avoid traveling to Tirupati and Tirumala during holiday seasons, long weekends, and during festivals. You must avoid going to Tirupati and Tirumala to visit Lord Venkateshwara Balaji during January due to the new year, Vaikunta Ekadasi and Sankranthi rush, April due to exam seasons, May due to summer holidays for schools and colleges, September due to Annual Brahmotsavams, October due to Dussehra and Diwali, December due to Christmas vacation. Thus you may now have a clear understanding of which is the best time to visit and which is not the best time to visit Tirupati and Tirumala. Even the Tirupati Travel Packages from Chennai cost lower during off-peak and less crowded seasons. Thus you can save your money too. 

Sometimes it might be an urgent requirement to visit Tirupati and Tirumala for seeking the blessings for a needy purpose or to relax under the auspicious Lord Venkateshwara or it might be just some other reason. Hence there is a solution for these emergency visits. You can book a VIP ticket for your darshan. This will immensely help you avoid the long queues and crowds and get easy access to seeking the blessings of the lord. Thus with the help of this informative blog, I hope you can easily plan your next One day trip to Tirupati from Chennai hassle-free.

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