Which is the best season to visit Tirupati?

Tirupati is almost crowded in every season. Having said that you might wonder, is there not any way to escape the heavy crowd to visit the holy destination of Tirupati? Well, there is an answer to that question. The best time to visit is between September and February, when the weather is mild with occasional showers. Tirupati is less appealing to visit in the summer because of the oppressive heat and humidity.

The weather is good during the winter months, which are perfect for sightseeing and visiting the shrine. So you can book your One day Tirupati tour package from Chennai at that time as well. By September, when Brahmotsavam, one of Tirupati’s auspicious festivals, begins, the town becomes crowded. Due to festivals like Navratri and Dussehra occurring in October, the best season for temple hopping is once again winter. Avoid visiting Tirupati in April and May because the weather is hot and humid. Hence if you visit Tirupati during a festive season, you get to witness the grand festival apart from the holy visit to Lord Venkateshwara.

Tirupati tour package from Chennai does include several travel timings for you to choose from which is suited according to your comfort and convenience. We offer a one-day Tirupati tour package from Chennai regularly, with door-to-door pickup and drop-off. Our services include booking an online ticket for Tirupati Balaji Darshan, as well as breakfast and lunch for a one-day Tirupati tour package from Chennai. Any person who wishes to be tonsured in the temple may do so by asking my driver, who will then take them to the 300/- Rs special entry darshan line, where they will be given a maximum of 2 hours to visit the darshan, and then to the laddu counter, where they will be given 2 laddus per person. Then return to Tirupati via Tirumala, stopping at Hotel Bhimas for an afternoon lunch (allow 1 hour), before being picked up in Tirupati and dropped off at your home or hotel, or at the railway station.

Take a spiritual journey with the help of a Chennai to Tirupati Car Packages and also our one-day private cab tour from Chennai to Tirupati. Devotees are advised to visit this temple first before proceeding to Tirumala Venkateswara Temple. The temple, which is located in Tiruchanoor, about 5 kilometres from Tirupati, is dedicated to Goddess Padmavathi. Goddess Padmavathi is said to have appeared on a thousand-petalled golden lotus, which is why the temple is also known as Alamelumangapuram Temple. Alar means lotus in Telugu, Mel means top, Manga means Goddess, and Puram means village or town, hence the name. Thondaman Chakravarthy, Goddess Padmavathi’s older brother, founded the temple. Sri Krishna Swamy Temple is also included.

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