Mahabalipuram Yatra is famous all over the world for spiritual Yatra, ancient monuments, historic temples, unique sculptures, Dravidian culture and tradition and sceneries. Mahabalipuram Yatra is a part of the Golden Triangle circuit of South India Tour Package along with Chennai and Kanchipuram located close to Chennai (Madras) on the shores of the Bay of Bengal along the Indian eastern coast. Mahabalipuram Yatra is popular all over the world for Arjuna’s Penance which world’s largest sculpted base-relief with 27 meters long and 9 meters high. Some of the famous tourist attractions of Mahabalipuram Yatra are Krishna Temple where image of Krishna is shown as lifting the Govardhan Hill in his fingertips to protect the people from the attack of Indira. Mahabalipuram Yatra is famous for Caves Yatra like Mahabalipuram Yatra to the Varaha Cave having two incarnations of Vishnu-Varaha (boar) and Vamana (dwarf) along with four panels of Pallava doorkeepers in contemplative reverie, Mahabalipuram cave Yatra to 7th century Mahisasurmardini Cave, Mahabalipuram cave Yatra to Dharmaraja Cave Mahabalipuram cave Yatra to Tiger Cave, a rock-cut shrine. Mahabalipuram Yatra is famous for Rathas or Chariots Yatra known as the Paanch Pandava Rathas, after the five characters of Mahabharata. Mahabalipuram Yatra gives an opportunity to its tourists to visit Shore Temple that are all architectural masterpieces in themselves.