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Famously known as The City of Palaces, it wouldn’t be wrong to say that Mysore is one of the most flamboyant places in the country. It is replete with the history of its dazzling royal heritage, intricate architecture, its famed silk sarees, yoga, and sandalwood, to name just a few. Located in the foothills of the Chamundi Hills, Mysore is the third most populated city in the state of Karnataka, and its rich cultural heritage draws millions of tourists all year round. Coorg is the place to be for all nature lovers. This popular coffee producing hill station is not only popular for its beautiful green hills and the streams cutting right through them. It also stands as a popular destination because of its culture and people. This package cost based on 02 persons travelling together if no of persons increase cost will be decrease or person decrease cost will be increase & cost valid till up to Month of september.
Day 1 : Bangalore – Mysore (127 Kms)
Upon arrival at Bangalore airport, Our representative will meet you on exit gate and will assist you to your booked vehicle, Proceed to Mysore(On the highway have lunch in hotel or restaurant on your own) later drive down towards to Mysore, En Route visit Srirangapatnam, a historical place of Tipu Sultan. Arrive Mysore in late afternoon and check in to your pre booked hotel. Evening visit world famous Vrindavan Gardens, expanded over 150 acres. The musical fountain and light show adds attractions to the garden, back to hotel. Dinner at hotel if MAP Plan taken / on your own at hotel or restaurant.
Overnight at hotel in Mysore.
Day 2 : Mysore Sightseeing and to Coorg (106 Kms)
This morning after breakfast, check out from hotel and start you day with visiting Chamundeshwari Temple on Chamundi Hills, later visit Mysore Palace, One of the prime attractions of Mysore City and if interested visit to Mysore Zoo, where you can view some of the rare species of wildlife. Lunch on your own at hotel or restaurant and after lunch proceed to Coorg.
Arrive Coorg in late afternoon and check in to your pre booked hotel. Day at rest or leisure on your own
Dinner at hotel if MAP Plan taken / on your own at hotel or restaurant.
Overnight at hotel in Coorg
Day 3 : Coorg
Today after relaxed breakfast start your day with sightseeing of beautiful Coorg visiting:
Abbey Water Falls Abbey Falls, also known as Abbi Falls, is located around 10 kilometers away from the town of Madikeri and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in and around Coorg. The water cascade coming down from the cliff from a height of 70 feet provides a spectacular scene to behold. Nestled within the lush greenery which is typical to the sceneries of Western Ghats, the waterfalls attract hundreds and thousands of people throughout the year - especially nature lovers and photographers. The waterfall is located between private coffee plantations with stocky coffee bushes and spice estates with trees entwined with pepper vines. There is an over-bridge that hangs opposite of the falls, from where the most picturesque scene of white foams gushing down the ridge can be seen, captured and remembered. The flow of the falls leaves a significant amount of water spray on those who stand on the bridge for some time.
Mandalpatti,Mandalpatticrowned at a height of 1600m, is situated at around 18 km from Madikeri, Coorg. Gradually evolving as one of the best tourist spots in Coorg, this fascinating trail is located en route to Abbey Falls.
The Golden Temple (Namdroling Monastery)Namdroling Monastery, situated at a distance of 6 km from the KaveriNisargadhama, is the largest teaching centre of the school of Tibetan Buddhism known as Nyingmapa. ThegchogNamdrolShedrubDaryeling is the full name of the Namdroling Monastery. It is spread over an area of 80 square feet and was built from Bamboo which was donated by the Indian Government to the Tibetans in exile. Today, it houses many auxiliary structures like educational institutions and a hospital, in addition to being home to about 5,000 members of the Sangha community.
Omkareshwara Temple, Coorg
Depicting both Islamic and Gothic architecture, Omkareshwara temple was built in 1820 by Lingarajendra as a dedication to Lord Shiva.
A water tank in this temple houses many fresh water fish and adds to the beauty of this temple.
Gaddige Raja's Tomb, Coorg
Built in the Indo-Saracenic style of architecture, this beautiful structure of Gaddige Raja's tomb is the mortal remains of the Kodavad Royalty. These tombs date back to 1820.
Raja's Seat, Coorg
Raja's Seat, a garden with beautiful flowering plants and skilfully designed artificial fountains, is located in Madikeri in the district of Coorg. The garden was a favorite venue to rejuvenate for the Kings of Kodagu, and they loved watching the sunsets sitting here as they spent some memorable time with their Queens. Even today, the breathtaking view of the Sun setting into the undulated mountains is mesmerizing. The delightful garden here is adorned with a multitude of flowers and is a treat to nature lovers, and the proximity of the location also makes it a preferred picnic spot for the locals. Visiting Raja's Seat is an excellent way to get a glimpse into the lifestyle of royal indulgence in Coorg.
The Raja's Seat has been built on an elevated ground overseeing the valleys that lie to the west. Early mornings are usually misty and cold, but as the sun rises, the mist clears slowly offering a mind-stirring view of the lush green gardens adorned with colourful seasonal flowers beds. The sunsets are equally splendid as the day slowly ends with the Sun setting in the mountains. There is also a Toy Train available for your little ones to take a ride on and the fountains have been modified into musical fountains. Today, this place is managed by the Archaeological Survey of India and is considered of historical importance in the country. The Raja's Seat Garden is known for its beautiful seasonal bloom, panoramic view and picturesque location making it an apt attraction for Nature Lovers.
Talacauvery: Talacauvery is the source of the river Kaveri, located on the Brahmagiri hill (not to be confused with the Brahmagiri range further south) near Bhagamandala in Kodagu district, Karnataka. It is located at 1,276 m. above sea level. Kodavas have erected a tank which is now considered as its origin. It is believed that the River originates as a spring feeding a tank or a Kundike and then flows underground to re-emerge as Kaveri some distance away. The tank is marked by a temple and bathing in it on special occasions is considered holy.
On the Cauvery changrandi day, thousands of pilgrims and tourists flock by the stream to witness the rise of the spring's fountainhead, when the river water gushes up at a predetermined moment. Apart from the birthplace of River Kaveri, the town of Talacauvery is also famous for a temple dedicated to Goddess Kaveriamma (Mother Kaveri). The beautiful temple is surrounded by even more breathtaking hills. The undulating hills and lush green meadows are very picturesque. One can climb the 407 steps to the top of the hill, towards the clouds and breathe in the pure and serene air of the natural surroundings. The most interesting thing about the hills is that even when one is standing on the uppermost step, they can still hear the temple bells ringing down below in the temple.
Burude Falls, Coorg Overview
Burude Falls is located in the Western Ghats of India, about 20 kilometres away from the quaint town of Siddapur in the northern part of Karnataka. The waterfall is famous for its breathtaking beauty and mesmerising surroundings which consist of lush green forests. These forests are a favourite among medium to advanced level trekkers. The waterfall gets frequent local visitors due to its proximity to Siddapur and is famous as a picnic spot. This remote waterfall offers a stunning panoramic view from the top of the Western Ghats. The sound of gallons of water gushing down the mountains is sure to inculcate a sense of tranquillity in you as you watch the rivulet falling down various levels and forming the beautiful waterfall.
The Burude Waterfall is also known as Illimane falls because it is formed of a rivulet called Illimane that flows down the Western Ghats, descending in 5 different levels. Each level creates a separate waterfall ultimately forming a natural pool at the base. The atmosphere is pleasant during the tourist season, and the view is just mind-stirring when the earth is wrapped in a lush green blanket under the clear blue skies. The trek is quite adventurous but is sure to be memorable. Breathe in the fresh air as you explore the waterfall and let nature carry you away to a place we often want to escape to. You are sure to be mesmerised and will want to keep coming back to Burude Falls again and again.
Madikeri Fort, Madikeri
The Madikeri Fort is a famous historical landmark that is located in Coorg in Karnataka in the southern part of India. Situated in the centre of the town of Madikeri, the majestic fort continues to stand in all its glory till date. It offers tourists with insights and information about the bygone era and indeed bears testimony to the history of Coorg and all that the town witnessed. The elevated structures of the fort also provide panoramic views of the town, which is undoubtedly breathtaking and beautiful. It cannot be argued that the Madikeri Fort is the most famous and most loved tourist attraction in Coorg, which is precisely why tourists enjoy visiting the attraction time and again.
This ancient fort was first constructed in the latter half of the seventeenth century by Muddu Raja, who was the king at that time, on the occasion of declaring Madikeri as the new capital of Coorg. The possession of this fort passed through various hands after it was captured by Tipu Sultan. Consequently, there occurred significant changes in the structure and design of the fort as well, the most major ones being made by the British. Presently, the Madikeri Fort houses the office of Madikeri's Deputy Commissioner, as well as other objects of interest to the visitors. These include life-sized elephants at the entrance, a museum, important artefacts and portraits.
Nalakunad Palace, Coorg
It was the hunting lodge of Kodagu king dating back to 18th century. It is situated at the bottom of Coorg's highest peak Tadiyendamol.
Dubare Elephant Camp, Coorg
Once a training site for elephants of the famous Dasara procession in Mysore, the Dubare Elephant camp offers a unique adventure to visitors by allowing them the experience of living in coexistence with the trained elephants on-site. Once an important camp of the Karnataka Forest Department, the Dubare Elephant Camp, now run by private players, is an ideal destination to learn about the various aspects of the history, ecology, and biology of elephants, as well as see a large number of Asiatic elephants stroll through peacefully as they enjoy their natural habitat. Naturalists and mahouts trained in the art of handling these majestic creatures are ever-present throughout the camp, offering various insights to passers-by regarding these gentle giants.
Apart from the wonders of observing and interacting with the massive elephants, visitors to the site are also privy to the incredible biodiversity of Coorg and have the opportunity of viewing birds such as peacocks, partridges, kingfishers, and woodpeckers. The surrounding greenery is also home to the spotted deer, tigers, wild dogs, and bears, making this location an ideal destination for Eco tourists.
Day 4 : Coorg
This morning after breakfast continue your sightseeing in Coorgvisiting above mentioned places with their overviews: Raja’s seat, Omkareshwar Temple, Raja’s Tombetc(Lunch at hotel or restaurant on your own)
Post lunch proceed to Thirunelliwhere you can visit Irippu Waterfalls. Night, after dinner if needed activitiesthen proceeds for Guided Night Safari on actual additional cost from hotel travel desk at– Tholpetty Forest in an open Jeep arranged by the Resort. You can find - spotted deer, elephants, bison, leopard, tiger…etc. It is 20 km drive inside the forest, wherein you will come across a unique variety of wildlife. Back to the Resort
Overnight stay at hotel in Coorg.
Day 5 : Coorg – Bangalore (240 Kms 6 hours)
This morning after breakfast time to check out the hotel anddrive to Bangalore airport and fly back to your onward destination with memories.
|No of pax||Age Limit||Price per pax (Rs)|
|Adult||Above 12 years||INR 22200 / Adult|
* Mentioned prices may vary depending upon date of travel, hotel availability, surge pricing and seasonal rush.
|City||Hotel Name||Star Rating|
|Mysore||Hotel Hotel Vista by Pai or similar||
|Coorg||Hotel Ambatty Green Resorts or similar||
|Coorg||Hotel Ambatty Green Resort or similar||
Payment Terms & Methods :
* 50% Advance Percentage of total booking amount
* Airfare/Transport fare to be paid full at one time in advance.
Cancellation & Refund Policy :
* Upon cancellation, refund will be made after deducting the Retention Amount.
* Retention Amount varies as per the number of days left before your package start date.
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