Villupuram and Kanyakumari are located at a distance of 0Kms from each other. Kanyakumari can be reached in about .Bus travel is a popular travel option between these two cities, and many buses ply between Villupuram and Kanyakumari. Parveen Travels is a major operator along this route. The first bus starts from and you can catch buses till . Minimum fare for bus travel along this route is Rs.0, and the maximum fare is close to Rs.0.
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Viluppuram is a town located in the state of Tamil Nadu. It is the headquarters of the Viluppuram district, which is the second largest district of Tamil Nadu. The major source of income of the town is agriculture. Viluppuram is a geologically varies area as it contains metamorphic rocks belonging to the Genesis family. Three major groups of sedimentary rocks belonging to different geological periods can also be seen here, making it an important destination for geologists. The Gingee Hills and the Kalvarayan Hills offer some beautiful lush green vegetation and sceneries to visitors. Abath Hayeswarar Temple, located at eth entrance of Sendamanagalam is one of the major attractions here. National Highway No. 45, from Chennai to Dindigul via Tiruchirapalli, goes through the town. As such, Viluppuram is well connected by road to major cities and other parts of the state. It has longest stretch of National Highway in Tamil Nadu.
Kanyakumari, formerly known as Cape Comorin, lies at the southernmost tip of India. This popular tourist destination gets its name from the Hindu Goddess Kanyakumari. A temple dedicated to Kumara Amman is located at the confluence of the Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal and Indian Ocean. Kanyakumari is famous for its great vantage point for viewing an uninterrupted sunset and sunrise. During Chithra pournami one can even watch the sunset and moonrise at the same time. Other than the Kanyakumari temple, this place is famous for the Vivekananda rock memorial, Gandhi memorial building, Dhyana mandapam, and the 41m tall statue of Tamil saint-poet Thiruvalluvar. Spots like Padmanabhapuram Palace, Courtellam Falls, and Suchindram are not very far from Kanyakumari and can be visited from here. Kanyakumari is also known for its shell products that is a thriving cottage industry here. The multi-coloured beach is the best place to spend an evening.