Enjoy the fresh air and mood-boosting tranquillity of 3 of Chennai's stunning parks on this half-day tour. Visit to the Huddleston Gardens of Theosophical Society, Guindy National Park and Semmozhi Poonga and discover magnificent species of flora and fauna. This private tour includes bottled water and hotel pickup and drop-off.
Visit: The Huddleston Gardens of Theosophical Society, Chennai (Madras), Chennai District, Tamil NaduThe Huddleston Gardens of Theosophical Society is one of the most important heritage landmarks of Chennai and is most famous for housing a 450-year-old banyan tree locally known as the Adyar aala maram. Sadly, the tree fell over in 1996. Spread over 160 hectares, this huge park is home to various species of birds and animals and, over the years, has emerged an ‘eco-spot’ for flora and fauna. (Timings 8.30am to 10.00am and 2.00pm to 4.00pm Closed Sunday and Public Holidays)Visit: Semmozhi Poonga, Chennai (Madras), Chennai District, Tamil NaduSemmozhi Poonga (classical language park) houses more than 500 species of plants apart from the numerous ancient trees that were already present when the park was being built. Some of these trees are more than a century old. Walking around in Semmozhi Poonga is a treat with its smaller gardens inside featuring a tree court, butterfly garden, fern garden, water and rock garden, and a mural walk. (Timings 10am to 7:30pm)