Theni Tourism is a well-recognized, reliable Tours & Travels agency located in Theni district. It is one of the sister concern of Rengha Holidays & Tourism Private Limited. We are in this business field more than 12 years. We are very proud to say that we are one of the Govt of India recognized (Ministry of Tourism) Tours & Travels agency in our district. We are also certified and recognized by all the vital travels and tourism associations (TAAI, ITTA, IAAI, IATA, ADTOI, IRCTC, STATT, Travelport, Gujarat Tourism, Telangana Tourism, Andhra Pradesh Tourism) in India. We possesses variety of vehicles encompasses A/c and Non A/c versions of best luxury cars, vans, tempo travelers, caravans, 25-35-55 seater buses and all kind of tourist vehicles. Our fleet comprises a wide range of vehicles of several makes such as Volvo, Isuzu, Ashok Leyland, etc to cater to every customer pocket preference. We are doing breed of domestic, international, holiday, educational, devotional, honeymoon and corporate tour packages. All our tour packages are very reasonable and customizable.Everyone can understand our quality of service by our customer’s experience.
Furthermore we are doing call taxi service which is an award winning cab service in our region. Air, Rail, Bus Ticketing, Hotel booking, Forex service, Passport & Visa arrangements are our other business units. We are appreciated for our affiliation and reach to an extensive network of Hotels, Commuting facilities and other resources essential for a perfectly planned tour. We never compromise in quality and always believe in giving service at lowest price and higher satisfaction of customers, so that our customers should always comeback with their friends and families in future. Our customer is our representative for our service and honesty. Because of reputation with the vendor, we get best deal in all sectors and because of vast experience, we make package at very economical price. We believe in making relation rather than selling our product, so you will feel friendly people all over destination, not only our counterpart. To achieve a high comfort-level to our clients, we pay attention to all aspects of their needs down to such details as provision of guides and drivers who are not only well trained and therefore professionally sound but also well mannered and courteous. We ensures absolute Reliability and Certainty from the moment you enquire with us. Our primary concern is to provide best Comfort, Convenience and all above fulfillment of your expectations throughout. Forever, we believe that "What is best Today can become better Tomorrow" To be competent in this fast progressing global scenario, we have to be the best always.
Theni District was formed by the bifurcation from the former Madurai District as per G.O. Ms. No. 679 Revenue Department dated July 7, 1996. Bodi Ammapatti is the notable village in Theni district. Consequent to the bifurcation, one new Revenue Division with headquarters at Uthamapalayam and two new Taluks at Theni and Bodinayakanur were also created with effect from January 1, 1997. Theni Municipal town was only a firka headquarters until December 31, 1996. Consequent to the formation of the new District, Theni Municipal Town was upgraded as the Taluk and District headquarters on January 1, 1997.
The region covered by present-day Theni District was sparsely populated before the 1900s. In 1886 Mullaperiyar dam project bought some part of the water from Periyar River downhill to the Cumbum Valley and merged it into the Mullayar River. This project helped more people to settle down in Cumbum Valley. Also to be noted that Theni was itself was a small though lesser-known town by the 1900s. After the Mullay-Periyaar merger project lots of people from nearby dry arid regions (Sivakasi, Kovilpatti, Virudhunagar, Sattur and several nearby towns) settled in Cumbum-Valley (present day Theni District). So there was influx of people by the 1890s to 1920s. Bodi and Periyakulam were famous places at that time. Later Theni developed rapidly due to lots of business activities.PERIYAKULAM is head of theni talukas.
Theni District is a district of Tamil Nadu state in South India.Theni district is Located beside Madurai , The town of Theni is the district headquarters. The district is divided into two natural divisions: The hilly areas are constituted by parts of the three taluk's Periyakulam, Uthamapalayam and Andipatti with thick vegetation and perennial streams from the hills on the western side and Cumbum valley which lies in Uthamapalayam taluk, Theni district had a population of 1,245,899 with a sex-ratio of 980 females for every 1,000 males.
1 .Vaigai Dam (~10 km from Theni)
2 .Suruli falls (~50 km from Theni)
3 .Manjalar Dam(~35 km from Theni)
4 .Meghamalai Hill (~57 km from Theni)
5 .Peyathevar Canal,Gudalur Hill (~50 km from Theni)
6 .Bodi Mettu Hill (~40 km from Theni)
7 .Kumbakarai Falls (~15 km from Theni)
8 .Sothuparai Dam (~20 km from Theni)
9 .Shanmuganathi Dam (~50 km from Theni)
10 .Chinna Suruli falls (~15 km from Theni)
11 .Ramakkal Mettu(~30 km from Theni)
12 .Kurankani (~20 km from Theni)
13 .HighWeaves (~70 km from Theni)
14 .Suruli falls (~50 km from Theni)
1 .Thekkady (~ 63 km from Theni)
2 .Munnar (~ 80 km from Theni)
3 .Kumily (~ 55 km from Theni)
4 .Parunthumpara Hills (~ 86 km from Theni)
5 .Kuttikkanam (~ 98 km from Theni)
6 .Vagamon Pine Forest (~ 113 km from Theni)
7 .Jungle Scout (~ 62 km from Theni)
8 .Alleppey Boat House (~ 200 km from Theni)
9 .Elephant Ride Thekkady (~ 65 km from Theni)
Andipatti: An important taluk headquarter, this is a group of small villages famous for their handloom and handicrafts.
Vaigai Dam: Imposing at a height of 111 feet, this dam is made even more special by its surrounding all of which exude tribal charm.
Mavoothu: One of the holiest shrines in this region, this is a must-visit while planning a tour to Theni.
Meghamalai Hills, situated on the Western Ghats, is 70 km away from Theni. It is situated at a height of about 500 ft above the sea level. The place is rich in natural vegetation .View More
The Suruli Falls is famous for the 18 caves that depict the Indian rock-cut architecture of the 18th century. This waterfall is situated about 47 km from Theni.
The Kailasanathar Temple Cave is situated near the Suruli Falls. The Temple cave stands at an elevation of 800 m above the sea level.
The Kumbakkarai Fall originates in the Western Ghats at the Kodaikanal Hills. It is around 24 km from Theni.
Kuchanur is famous for the Sani Temple, one of the temples dedicated to Lord Sani exclusively, without the other accompanying planets or a ruling deity of a temple.
Bodi Mettu is an idyllic hill station in Theni district of Tamil Nadu. It sits on the laps of the Western Ghats at a height of about 4500 ft above the sea level.
Theertha Thotti is around 19 km from Theni and just 2 km from Periyakulam. It falls on the road to Bodinayakkanur from Theni on the Madurai–Kochi National Highway.
The Gowmariamman Temple is a 14th-century temple constructed by Pandya King Veerapandiya IV.
The Sothupparai Dam, built across the Varaga river, is situated at a picturesque backdrop of the Kodaikanal Hills.
The Shanmuganathi Dam is located in the scenic backdrop of the Meghamalai Hills. It is constructed on the river Shanmugha at Rayapanpatty in the Theni district.View More
Mavoothu is located around 93 km from Theni and 78 km from Anipatti. This place is famous for the Velappar Temple that stands on the Varushanad Hill.
The Devadanapatti Kamakshi Amman Temple is an ancient temple situated in a tiny village called Devadanapatti.View More
The Balasubramanya Temple at Periyakulam in Theni district is an important temple of the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
The Chinna Suruli Falls as it originates in the Meghamali Hills. This water fall is around 54 km from Theni and is situated near the village of Kombaithozhu.
Andipatti is a small village known for its flora and fauna. Apart from that, the village holds historical importance as it is argued to be a major battlefield during the Second World War.View More
The Viagai dam is one of the most popular places to visit in Theni. Located across the Vaigai River, the dam is nearly 111 feet high.