The Pancha Bhoota Sthalam are the five temples dedicated to Lord Shiva representing Wind, Water, Fire, Earth & Space, - they are Kalahasti Sri Kalahastheeswara Swami Temple at Srikalahasti near Tirupati (37 kms) is the nothermost Panchabhoota Stalam Temples in South India (representing Land or Air) , Kanchipuram - Ekambareshwar temple (representing Land or earth) , Tiruvannamalai - Arunachaleswara Temple (Representing Fire), Chidambaram - Natarajar Temple (Representing the Sky), Trichy -Thiruvanaikal or Jambekeswaram temple (representing Water).
Day 1 -Start by morning to Kalahasti temple and visit Sri Kalahastheeswara Temple and then move to Kanchipuram and visit Ekambaleshwar Temples in Kanchipuram - Night halt in Kanchipuram
Day 2 Morning proceed to Tiruvanamalai visit Arunachaleswara temple- proceed to Chidambaram - Night halt in Chidambaram
Day 3 Morning visit Natraja temple Chidambaram and then move to Trichy visit Thiruvanaikal Shiva temple - Night halt in Trichy
Day 4 Morning Trichy Srirangam Vishnu temple and return to Chennai by evening for onward journey