BANGALORE – MYSORE – COORG
TRIP DATES – 9th to 13th Aug 2018 (5 Days and 4 Nights)
COST – Only Rs. 16000 per person
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Bangalore(1 day) – Lalbagh Botanical garden,Vidhan Soudha, Cubbon park
Mysore(1 Days) – Srirangapatnam,Chamundeshwari temple, Sandpark, Brindavan garden and Maharaja palace
Coorg(2 Days) – Namdroling monastery, Bird sanctuary, Tala Kaveri, Abbey waterfalls, Tadiandamol peak, Omkareshwar temple, Rajas Seat and Coffee Estate
- Accommodation in twin sharing basis in 3☆ hotels
- All days breakfast, lunch, dinner and water bottles
- Sight seeing by AC vehicle depending on the number of members
- Pick up and drop from Banglore Airport and Railway Station
- Entry fee for Sight seeing at mentioned places, toll and parking charges at all locations, local tourist guide & driver charges
Note : Flight charges extra. We can book the flight/railway tickets for you as per actuals.
Pick up from airport/railway station, check into hotel Lunch
Evening visit Lal bagh, Vidhan Soudha,Cubbon park.
After breakfast proceed to Mysore on the way visit Srirangapatnam
check in to hotel lunch visit Chamundeshwari temple,Vrindavan garden and Maharaja palace
After breakfast proceed to Coorg. On the way visit bird sanctuary, Golden Temple ( Tibetian Monastery) check in to hotel. EveningVisit Abbey waterfall and Raja seat.
After Breakfast visit Omkareshwar temple,Tadianmol peak Evening visit to coffee plantation, sight seeing back to hotel dinner
After morning breakfast / lunch proceed to Bangalore airport/railway station.
Bangalore is also called Bengaluru, it is the capital of India’s Southern state Karnataka. The city is famous for its beautiful parks, lakes so it was named as garden city. The city is famous for the assembly building Vidhan Soudha built in Dravidian style. Bangalore is referred as Silicon Valley of India and accounts for 35% of India’s software experts. It is one of the fastest growing state of India.
Lalbagh Botanical Garden
The Lalbagh botanical garden is also known as “Rose Garden”. The name of lal bagh is derived from “RED ROSES” It is said that the garden had a large number of red rose plants and it almost appeared red in colour.
The area of the garden is 240 acres in which there are 1000 species of flora.It comprises the largest collection of India’s rare tropical plants,many ancient trees,a decorated flower clock and an imaginary lawn surrounded by snow white and seven dwarfs. The main attraction of the garden is glass house which is inspired by London’s crystal palace.
Every year on Independence day 15th of August and Republic day 26th of January in this park flower show takes place on large scale.People from all part of country visit this flower show.
Vidhan Soudha is one of the largest state legislative building in our country. The building is a beautiful mixture of British, lndo-Arabic and Dravidian style.
The building has four entrances in four different directions and four floor above the ground level.The diameter of the dome on the top is nearly 60ft which is supported by eight pillars.There are six other small domes, four in front and two at the sides.
The 300 rooms of Vidhan Soudha accommodates nearly 22 departments of state Govt. The building is illuminated with colorful lights on Sundays and other holidays.
Mysore is in South-West of Karnataka state. It was once the capital of the Kingdom Mysore. It is situated at the base of chamundi hills.
Mysore is also known as palace city of India.People from all around the world come to visit Maharaja palace. Mysore is famous for celebrating Dussera festival. This festival is celebrated with great pomp and grandeur for 10 days. It is also famous for its exceptional quality of Mysore silk and mouth watering dishes like Mysore pak and Mysore masala dosa
It is one of the most popular temple in Mysore located at the top of the Chamundi hills dedicated to Goddess Chamundeshwari.This temple nearly has 1000 steps from the foot of the hill. The height of Chamundi hills is 3489ft above sea level.
The temple is built in dravadian style of architecture and has a quadrangular structure. The deity Chamundeshwari is sitting on a lion and killing the demon with her trishul. At the entrance there is a small statue of Ganesha.There is also a sculpture of Nandi Lord Shiva’s bull.
The surrounding of the temple is beautiful with lush green trees.In the evening when lights are on from the top of the hill Chamundi the Mysore city looks beautiful
The Brindavan Garden is located at Mandya district built across river cauvery and below krishna dam.The garden looks beautiful with colourful flowers and plants.The symmetric design and terrace garden clustered around topiaries, pergolas and gazebos are the major attractions for visitors.
Evening the whole garden is lit up with colourful fountains and lights.The laser show with light and music is one of the special attraction in this garden. There is also a boat ride across the garden.
Coorg is the beautiful land in the heart of the Southern India Peninsula. Britishers during their visit in 19th century to this town of Karnataka named it as Scotland of India. Coorg is the biggest producer of coffee so also called India’s coffee bowl.It is famous for it’s lush greenery, forest covered hills, spice and coffee plantations.
Coorg is a tourist paradise for nature lovers.It is an evergreen place and remains pleasant throughout the year
It is a typical Tibatian monastery established in 1963 by his holiness Pena Norbu Rinpoche. This temple is also called golden temple on account of gold work done on every painting.
Inside the temple there are three 40ft high statues of Lord Buddha called Padmasambhava, Buddha and Amitayas The walls inside the temple have painting depicting phases of Buddha’s life. Some even display Tibatian God’s and Demon’s.
It is home for nearly 5000 monks and nuns. It is a centre for the pure upholding of the teachings of Lord Buddha.
Tala Kaveri is birth place of sacred river kaveri located 44km from Madikeri on the slopes of Brahmagiri hills.A small tank is constructed at the foot of the hill where pilgrims take a holy dip. Thousands of people visit this place on Cauvery changrandi day to witness the rise of the fountain where the water gushes out at a predetermined moment.
This place also has a small worship place dedicated to Goddess Kaveri Amma.Beside the temple there is a series of 356 steps which lead to the peak and offers feast to nature lovers
Abbey waterfalls is 8km from Madikeri in the Western ghats of Karnataka.Abbey in Coorgie means waterfall.
To reach this place one has to walk through spice garden and coffee plants. The roaring sound of waterfall can be heard from a long distance which attracts the person to the view point.
The water here falls from a very great height and joins river Kaveri. The misty spray of water cascading down to a small river provides a mesmerising view.A hanging bridge is constructed just opposite to the waterfall which gives a better view. The flow is much higher in monsoon season.
Raja’s Seatis located at the hill top of Madikeri and offers a wide view of the surroundings. It is said that kings used to visit this place to enjoy sunset and spend some time with their Queens.
It is a garden with seasonal flowers and artificial fountains. The place is very beautiful with lusty green lawns and mist.It is a very nice view point.
- Roundtrip Flight/Train Tickets from your hometown to Banglore
- Sightseeing and attraction tickets not mentioned in inclusions. Any form of Joyrides, Boat rides, adventure activities which are not part of group activities
- Additional hours/days/nights of stay required outside the check-in on tour start date and Check-out on tour end date, as per standard followed by hotels in India
- Expense of personal nature like Porter, tipping, laundry, telephone, beverages, room service charge, camera/video camera fee at monuments, medical expenses, airport departure tax, meals not part of group buffet menu, insurance etc.
- Any expenses caused by reasons beyond our control such as road blocks, landslide, accidents & any emergency evacuations.
- We are not responsible for the valuables carrying by the individuals