Vanaramutti, a small hamlet in Tamil Nadu’s Tuticorin district, is steeped in history. It is believed that Hanuman and his soldiers passed through this village when they were looking for Sita, Rama’s wife, who was abducted by Ravana. There are several old temples in Vanaramutti that are worth visiting.
Places to Stay
There are plenty of reasonable hotels in Vanaramutti that tourists can choose from. Some of them are GRT Regency (Tariff –Rs.1,000), Sathya Park and Resorts (Tariff –Rs. 1,000) and Hotel Sugam (Tariff –Rs.1,000).
Tamil is the main language spoken here.
Pongal in January, Puthandu in April, Navaratri in September-October and Diwali in October-November are some of the important festivals celebrated here.
Places of Interest
Vanaramutti has numerous tourist attractions nearby like Kovilpatti (11 km), Vembakottai (21 km), Kayathar (24 km) and Sivakasi (35 km).
How to Get There
Tuticorin airport, which is 61 km away, is the closest to the town.
The closest railway station from here is in Kovilpatti, which is 11 km away.
Buses are available from Sattur, Kovilpatti and Sivakasi. Sri Balaji Transports is one of the top operators on this route. Do away with standing in ticket counters and opt for online bus reservation facility instead.