Sri Vaikuntam Vaikuntanathan sanctuary is one of the celebrated journey goals atTuticorin. Sri Vaikuntam sanctuary is considered among 108 Divyadesams, which were belittled by the Azhvaars and also among the Navatirupathi, the sanctuaries arranged on both the banks of River Tamiraibarani. Sri Vaikuntam or Vaikuntanathan sanctuary, committed to Lord Kallarpiran or Vaikuntanathan Vishnu, is arranged around 30 km from Tirunelveli on Tiruchendur street.
The sanctum sanctorum of the sanctuary highlights serpent Lord Adisesha spreading out his hood over the standing icon of Lord Vishnu, which is viewed as one of its kind among all the 108 Divyadeshams.The sanctuary, worked by the Pandya King Sankara Pandyan, is noted for its customary South Indian design. The sanctuary is additionally known for its extraordinary component, wherein the Sun's beams falls specifically on the icon of Lord Vaikuntanathan on two days consistently.