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Trip Duration: 5 Nights / 6 Days
Itinerary: 2 Nights Mysore | 1 Nights Bandipur | 2 Nights Ooty

BD Images of South India Summer 2018

This package includes:
Hotel Stay
Breakfast
Sightseeing
Transfers
Included hotels (or similar):
Mysore - |
Bandipur - |
Ooty -
Starting from
INR 26,524
per person on twin share
Phone Booking
Day 1 - Mysore

Welcome to your 'Images of South India' tour! On arrival at the airport / railway station in Bengaluru, you will be met and transferred to your hotel, en route, visit Srirangapatna - named after the popular Ranganathaswamy Temple which is an important Vaishnavite pilgrimage centre of South India.
On arrival, check in to the hotel in Mysore. In the evening, visit Brindavan Gardens, the most sought after locations for experiencing nature's beauty first hand. These gardens have been featured in numerous Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam films. Indigenous and exotic species of plant varieties are found here. It holds a water fountain musical show where the fountain waters move along a rhythmic beat of Indian music. The rest of the evening is at leisure.
Overnight in Mysore. (Meals on your own)

Day 2 - Mysore

This morning, proceed on an excursion to one of the best-preserved Hoysala Temple at Somnathpur. The Hoysala Temple in Somnathpur is unique in its style and presentation and is devoted to Prasanna Chennakeshava. The temple was constructed in the 12th-13th century by the Hoysala rulers and their officials. It is lavishly adorned with sculpture which covers each and every inch of the wall space. This particular style of intensely packed sculptural scheme is the characteristic exclusive to the Hoysala art. In the afternoon, visit the famous Mysore Palace which is a historical monument located in the city of Mysore, facing the Chamundi Hills eastwards. It was the authorized residence and seat of the Maharajas of Mysore who ruled the region between the 14th and the 20th century. The Palace houses a number of hidden tunnels leading from the cellar to other palaces and confidential areas in Srirangapatna. It is a three-stone structure with marble domes. Its entrance displays the emblem and coat of arms of the Mysore Kingdom. It is the venue for the famous Mysore Dasara Festival held every year on the day of Vijaya Dashmi, featuring stage performances by leading artists and elephant parades. The rest of the evening is at leisure or one can opt to explore the handicraft centres and shopping of silk or sandalwood articles in the local market.
Overnight in Mysore. (B)

Day 3 - Bandipur

Today, you will proceed to Bandipur National Park - This National Park was formed by including most of the forest areas of the then Venugopala Wildlife Park established under Govt. Notification dated 19th February 1941 and the area was enlarged in 1985 extending over an area of 874.20 Sq.Km and named as Bandipur National Park. This reserve was brought under Project Tiger in 1973. Subsequently some adjacent reserve forest areas were added to the reserve and extending to 880.02 Sq. Km. The present area under the control of Bandipur Tiger Reserve is 912.04 Sq. Km./ Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary, where on arrival you will check in to the hotel. Mudumalai wildlife reserve was the first sanctuary in south India. The terrain is extremely varied with hills, valleys, ravines, watercourses and swamps. The rest of the day is at leisure, or one can opt to enjoy a jungle safari by jeep / elephant (on direct payment basis) and feel the thrill of spotting various species of animals and birds.
Overnight in Bandipur /Mudumalai. (B)

Day 4 - Ooty

Today, your picturesque journey continues into the blue Nilgiri Hills as you drive past the steep hills covered with lush green tea and coffee plantations to Ooty, also known as Udhagamandalam 'Queen of hill stations' and the capital of Nilgiri district. On arrival, check in to the hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure to relax in the beautiful surroundings of your hotel or to enjoy a walking tour of this beautiful hill station.
Overnight in Ooty. (B )

Day 5 - Ooty

This morning, enjoy a tour of the 'Queen of the Blue Mountains' that includes a visit to Doddabetta Peak for a spectacular view Botanical Gardens, Rose Garden and Art Gallery, Ooty Lake. Doddabetta Peak, is situated merely 10 km away from Ooty. It stands at an altitude of 2,623 m and is said to be one of the highest peaks in South India and one of the famous tourist spots in India. One of the famous attraction of Ooty is the Botanical Garden. This garden was laid out in 1897 by the Marquis of Tweedale. Presently this garden is under the maintenance of Horticulture Department of Tamil Nadu. The garden features thousands of species of plants, shrubs, ferns, trees, herbal plants etc. (Entry to Botanical Garden will be on direct payment basis). Rose Garden or Centenary Rose Park is situated in the heart of Ooty town. It is the largest Rose Garden in India laid out to commemorate the centenary Flower Show in Government Botanical Gardens. The garden is laid out with a path into the rose garden with pergolas and bowers covered with rose creepers. Today, this garden has the largest ollections of roses in the country, around 2241 varieties of roses like Hybrid Tea Roses, miniature rose, Floribunda, Ramblers, roses of unusual colors like black, green and many more varieties of roses that will captivate your senses. Art Gallery is located on the Ooty - Mysore Road, this museum has on display various artifacts of tribal people, among which are sculptures and artworks from Toda tribe and objects detailing the ecological features of the region. It was set up in 1989, with an aim to familiarize people about the Tribal lifestyle and culture of the native Toda Tribe. This museum displays various arts and crafts items including sculptures and items of use by the Toda Tribes. Later, visit the the Ooty Lake, an artificial lake situated in the heart of the city making it an ideal place for families visit. Boating is the major attraction of the lake which is available at the Boat House adjoining the lake (Boating will be on direct payment basis). Later, drive to Coonoor and visit Sim's Park and Dolphin's Nose Point. Situated at a height of 1780 m above sea level Sim's Park has a collection of over 1,000 plant species that includes magnolia, pines, tree ferns, and camellia. Dolphin's nose located 10 km away from Coonoor. The protruding rock formation looks exactly like the nose of a dolphin hence the name. Dolphin's nose is a great vantage point that offers a panoramic view of the surrounding areas.
Post sightseeing, return to the hotel.
Overnight at Ooty (B)

Day 6 - Ooty

Today, bid farewell to your ' Images of South India - Summer' tour as you are transferred from hotel in Ooty to the airport / railway station in Coimbatore for your onward journey.


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Inclusions

  • Hotel Stay
  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
  • Transfers

Exclusions

  • Airfare
  • Charges Not Mentioned
  • Entrance Fees
  • Personal Expenses
  • Rail
  • Surcharges
  • Tips

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Validity From : April 1, 2018
Validity To : September 30, 2018


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Day 1 - Mysore

Welcome to your 'Images of South India' tour! On arrival at the airport / railway station in Bengaluru, you will be met and transferred to your hotel, en route, visit Srirangapatna - named after the popular Ranganathaswamy Temple which is an important Vaishnavite pilgrimage centre of South India.
On arrival, check in to the hotel in Mysore. In the evening, visit Brindavan Gardens, the most sought after locations for experiencing nature's beauty first hand. These gardens have been featured in numerous Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam films. Indigenous and exotic species of plant varieties are found here. It holds a water fountain musical show where the fountain waters move along a rhythmic beat of Indian music. The rest of the evening is at leisure.
Overnight in Mysore. (Meals on your own)

Day 2 - Mysore

This morning, proceed on an excursion to one of the best-preserved Hoysala Temple at Somnathpur. The Hoysala Temple in Somnathpur is unique in its style and presentation and is devoted to Prasanna Chennakeshava. The temple was constructed in the 12th-13th century by the Hoysala rulers and their officials. It is lavishly adorned with sculpture which covers each and every inch of the wall space. This particular style of intensely packed sculptural scheme is the characteristic exclusive to the Hoysala art. In the afternoon, visit the famous Mysore Palace which is a historical monument located in the city of Mysore, facing the Chamundi Hills eastwards. It was the authorized residence and seat of the Maharajas of Mysore who ruled the region between the 14th and the 20th century. The Palace houses a number of hidden tunnels leading from the cellar to other palaces and confidential areas in Srirangapatna. It is a three-stone structure with marble domes. Its entrance displays the emblem and coat of arms of the Mysore Kingdom. It is the venue for the famous Mysore Dasara Festival held every year on the day of Vijaya Dashmi, featuring stage performances by leading artists and elephant parades. The rest of the evening is at leisure or one can opt to explore the handicraft centres and shopping of silk or sandalwood articles in the local market.
Overnight in Mysore. (B)

Day 3 - Bandipur

Today, you will proceed to Bandipur National Park - This National Park was formed by including most of the forest areas of the then Venugopala Wildlife Park established under Govt. Notification dated 19th February 1941 and the area was enlarged in 1985 extending over an area of 874.20 Sq.Km and named as Bandipur National Park. This reserve was brought under Project Tiger in 1973. Subsequently some adjacent reserve forest areas were added to the reserve and extending to 880.02 Sq. Km. The present area under the control of Bandipur Tiger Reserve is 912.04 Sq. Km./ Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary, where on arrival you will check in to the hotel. Mudumalai wildlife reserve was the first sanctuary in south India. The terrain is extremely varied with hills, valleys, ravines, watercourses and swamps. The rest of the day is at leisure, or one can opt to enjoy a jungle safari by jeep / elephant (on direct payment basis) and feel the thrill of spotting various species of animals and birds.
Overnight in Bandipur /Mudumalai. (B)

Day 4 - Ooty

Today, your picturesque journey continues into the blue Nilgiri Hills as you drive past the steep hills covered with lush green tea and coffee plantations to Ooty, also known as Udhagamandalam 'Queen of hill stations' and the capital of Nilgiri district. On arrival, check in to the hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure to relax in the beautiful surroundings of your hotel or to enjoy a walking tour of this beautiful hill station.
Overnight in Ooty. (B )

Day 5 - Ooty

This morning, enjoy a tour of the 'Queen of the Blue Mountains' that includes a visit to Doddabetta Peak for a spectacular view Botanical Gardens, Rose Garden and Art Gallery, Ooty Lake. Doddabetta Peak, is situated merely 10 km away from Ooty. It stands at an altitude of 2,623 m and is said to be one of the highest peaks in South India and one of the famous tourist spots in India. One of the famous attraction of Ooty is the Botanical Garden. This garden was laid out in 1897 by the Marquis of Tweedale. Presently this garden is under the maintenance of Horticulture Department of Tamil Nadu. The garden features thousands of species of plants, shrubs, ferns, trees, herbal plants etc. (Entry to Botanical Garden will be on direct payment basis). Rose Garden or Centenary Rose Park is situated in the heart of Ooty town. It is the largest Rose Garden in India laid out to commemorate the centenary Flower Show in Government Botanical Gardens. The garden is laid out with a path into the rose garden with pergolas and bowers covered with rose creepers. Today, this garden has the largest ollections of roses in the country, around 2241 varieties of roses like Hybrid Tea Roses, miniature rose, Floribunda, Ramblers, roses of unusual colors like black, green and many more varieties of roses that will captivate your senses. Art Gallery is located on the Ooty - Mysore Road, this museum has on display various artifacts of tribal people, among which are sculptures and artworks from Toda tribe and objects detailing the ecological features of the region. It was set up in 1989, with an aim to familiarize people about the Tribal lifestyle and culture of the native Toda Tribe. This museum displays various arts and crafts items including sculptures and items of use by the Toda Tribes. Later, visit the the Ooty Lake, an artificial lake situated in the heart of the city making it an ideal place for families visit. Boating is the major attraction of the lake which is available at the Boat House adjoining the lake (Boating will be on direct payment basis). Later, drive to Coonoor and visit Sim's Park and Dolphin's Nose Point. Situated at a height of 1780 m above sea level Sim's Park has a collection of over 1,000 plant species that includes magnolia, pines, tree ferns, and camellia. Dolphin's nose located 10 km away from Coonoor. The protruding rock formation looks exactly like the nose of a dolphin hence the name. Dolphin's nose is a great vantage point that offers a panoramic view of the surrounding areas.
Post sightseeing, return to the hotel.
Overnight at Ooty (B)

Day 6 - Ooty

Today, bid farewell to your ' Images of South India - Summer' tour as you are transferred from hotel in Ooty to the airport / railway station in Coimbatore for your onward journey.


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Inclusions

  • Hotel Stay
  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
  • Transfers

Exclusions

  • Airfare
  • Charges Not Mentioned
  • Entrance Fees
  • Personal Expenses
  • Rail
  • Surcharges
  • Tips

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Validity From : April 1, 2018
Validity To : September 30, 2018


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Day 1 - Mysore

Welcome to your 'Images of South India' tour! On arrival at the airport / railway station in Bengaluru, you will be met and transferred to your hotel, en route, visit Srirangapatna - named after the popular Ranganathaswamy Temple which is an important Vaishnavite pilgrimage centre of South India.
On arrival, check in to the hotel in Mysore. In the evening, visit Brindavan Gardens, the most sought after locations for experiencing nature's beauty first hand. These gardens have been featured in numerous Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam films. Indigenous and exotic species of plant varieties are found here. It holds a water fountain musical show where the fountain waters move along a rhythmic beat of Indian music. The rest of the evening is at leisure.
Overnight in Mysore. (Meals on your own)

Day 2 - Mysore

This morning, proceed on an excursion to one of the best-preserved Hoysala Temple at Somnathpur. The Hoysala Temple in Somnathpur is unique in its style and presentation and is devoted to Prasanna Chennakeshava. The temple was constructed in the 12th-13th century by the Hoysala rulers and their officials. It is lavishly adorned with sculpture which covers each and every inch of the wall space. This particular style of intensely packed sculptural scheme is the characteristic exclusive to the Hoysala art. In the afternoon, visit the famous Mysore Palace which is a historical monument located in the city of Mysore, facing the Chamundi Hills eastwards. It was the authorized residence and seat of the Maharajas of Mysore who ruled the region between the 14th and the 20th century. The Palace houses a number of hidden tunnels leading from the cellar to other palaces and confidential areas in Srirangapatna. It is a three-stone structure with marble domes. Its entrance displays the emblem and coat of arms of the Mysore Kingdom. It is the venue for the famous Mysore Dasara Festival held every year on the day of Vijaya Dashmi, featuring stage performances by leading artists and elephant parades. The rest of the evening is at leisure or one can opt to explore the handicraft centres and shopping of silk or sandalwood articles in the local market.
Overnight in Mysore. (B)

Day 3 - Bandipur

Today, you will proceed to Bandipur National Park - This National Park was formed by including most of the forest areas of the then Venugopala Wildlife Park established under Govt. Notification dated 19th February 1941 and the area was enlarged in 1985 extending over an area of 874.20 Sq.Km and named as Bandipur National Park. This reserve was brought under Project Tiger in 1973. Subsequently some adjacent reserve forest areas were added to the reserve and extending to 880.02 Sq. Km. The present area under the control of Bandipur Tiger Reserve is 912.04 Sq. Km./ Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary, where on arrival you will check in to the hotel. Mudumalai wildlife reserve was the first sanctuary in south India. The terrain is extremely varied with hills, valleys, ravines, watercourses and swamps. The rest of the day is at leisure, or one can opt to enjoy a jungle safari by jeep / elephant (on direct payment basis) and feel the thrill of spotting various species of animals and birds.
Overnight in Bandipur /Mudumalai. (B)

Day 4 - Ooty

Today, your picturesque journey continues into the blue Nilgiri Hills as you drive past the steep hills covered with lush green tea and coffee plantations to Ooty, also known as Udhagamandalam 'Queen of hill stations' and the capital of Nilgiri district. On arrival, check in to the hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure to relax in the beautiful surroundings of your hotel or to enjoy a walking tour of this beautiful hill station.
Overnight in Ooty. (B )

Day 5 - Ooty

This morning, enjoy a tour of the 'Queen of the Blue Mountains' that includes a visit to Doddabetta Peak for a spectacular view Botanical Gardens, Rose Garden and Art Gallery, Ooty Lake. Doddabetta Peak, is situated merely 10 km away from Ooty. It stands at an altitude of 2,623 m and is said to be one of the highest peaks in South India and one of the famous tourist spots in India. One of the famous attraction of Ooty is the Botanical Garden. This garden was laid out in 1897 by the Marquis of Tweedale. Presently this garden is under the maintenance of Horticulture Department of Tamil Nadu. The garden features thousands of species of plants, shrubs, ferns, trees, herbal plants etc. (Entry to Botanical Garden will be on direct payment basis). Rose Garden or Centenary Rose Park is situated in the heart of Ooty town. It is the largest Rose Garden in India laid out to commemorate the centenary Flower Show in Government Botanical Gardens. The garden is laid out with a path into the rose garden with pergolas and bowers covered with rose creepers. Today, this garden has the largest ollections of roses in the country, around 2241 varieties of roses like Hybrid Tea Roses, miniature rose, Floribunda, Ramblers, roses of unusual colors like black, green and many more varieties of roses that will captivate your senses. Art Gallery is located on the Ooty - Mysore Road, this museum has on display various artifacts of tribal people, among which are sculptures and artworks from Toda tribe and objects detailing the ecological features of the region. It was set up in 1989, with an aim to familiarize people about the Tribal lifestyle and culture of the native Toda Tribe. This museum displays various arts and crafts items including sculptures and items of use by the Toda Tribes. Later, visit the the Ooty Lake, an artificial lake situated in the heart of the city making it an ideal place for families visit. Boating is the major attraction of the lake which is available at the Boat House adjoining the lake (Boating will be on direct payment basis). Later, drive to Coonoor and visit Sim's Park and Dolphin's Nose Point. Situated at a height of 1780 m above sea level Sim's Park has a collection of over 1,000 plant species that includes magnolia, pines, tree ferns, and camellia. Dolphin's nose located 10 km away from Coonoor. The protruding rock formation looks exactly like the nose of a dolphin hence the name. Dolphin's nose is a great vantage point that offers a panoramic view of the surrounding areas.
Post sightseeing, return to the hotel.
Overnight at Ooty (B)

Day 6 - Ooty

Today, bid farewell to your ' Images of South India - Summer' tour as you are transferred from hotel in Ooty to the airport / railway station in Coimbatore for your onward journey.


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Inclusions

  • Hotel Stay
  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
  • Transfers

Exclusions

  • Airfare
  • Charges Not Mentioned
  • Entrance Fees
  • Personal Expenses
  • Rail
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Validity From : April 1, 2018
Validity To : September 30, 2018


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Trip Duration: 6 Nights / 7 Days
Itinerary: 2 Nights Ooty | 2 Nights Munnar | 2 Nights Kodaikanal

BD Hills Of South Summer 2018

This package includes:
Hotel Stay
Breakfast
Transfers
Included hotels (or similar):
Ooty - |
Munnar - |
Kodaikanal -
Starting from
INR 28,624
per person on twin share
Phone Booking
Day 1 - Ooty

Welcome to your 'Hills of South' tour! On arrival at the airport / railway station in Coimbatore, you will be met and transferred to your hotel in Ooty. The rest of the day is at leisure.
Overnight in Ooty. (Meals on your own).

Day 2 - Ooty

This morning after breakfast, you will enjoy a tour of the 'Queen of the Blue Mountains', that includes a visit to Dodabetta Peak for a spectacular view, Botanical Gardens, Rose Garden and Art Gallery.
The Dodabetta Peak is situated merely 10 km away from Ooty. Doddabetta Peak derived its name from the Badaga Tribe word which means Big Mountain, tracing it roots way back to the Kannada language and Badaga aural based language. The Peak stands at an altitude of 2,623 meters and is said to be one of the highest peaks in South India and one of the famous tourist spots in India. One of the famous attraction of Ooty is the Botanical Garden. This garden was laid out in 1897 by the Marquis of Tweedale. Presently this garden is under the maintenance of Horticulture Department of Tamilnadu. The garden features thousands of species of plants, shrubs, ferns, trees, herbal plants etc. Rose Garden or Centenary Rose Park is situated in the heart of Ooty town. It is the largest Rose Garden in India laid out to commemorate the centenary Flower Show in Government Botanical Gardens. The garden is laid out with a path into the rose garden with pergolas and bowers covered with rose creepers. Today, this garden has the largest collections of roses in the country, around 2241 varieties of roses like Hybrid Tea Roses, miniature rose, Floribunda, Ramblers, roses of unusual colors like black, green and many more varieties of roses that will captivate your senses. Art Gallery is located on the Ooty - Mysore Road, this museum has on display various artifacts of tribal people, among which are sculptures and artworks from Toda tribe and objects detailing the ecological features of the region. It was set up in 1989, with an aim to familiarize people about the Tribal lifestyle and culture of the native Toda Tribe. This museum displays various arts and crafts items including sculptures and items of use by the Toda Tribes. Later, drive to Coonoor and visit Sim's Park and Dolphin's Nose Point.
Situated at a height of 1780 m above sea level Sim's Park has a collection of over 1,000 plant species that includes magnolia, pines, tree ferns, and camellia. Dolphin's nose is located 10 km away from Coonoor. The protruding rock formation looks exactly like the nose of a dolphin hence the name. Dolphin's nose is a great vantage point that offers a panoramic view of the surrounding areas.
Post sightseeing, transfer back to the hotel. The rest of the evening is at leisure. One can opt to enjoy a boat ride at Ooty lake (On direct payment basis).
Overnight in Ooty. (B)

Day 3 - Munnar

After breakfast, proceed on a drive through the picturesque countryside to Munnar, a popular gateway retreat during the British Raj which is surrounded by lush green tea estates. On arrival, check in tot he hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure to explore this quaint hill station.
Overnight in Munnar. (B)

Day 4 - Munnar

Today morning, enjoy a sightseeing tour of Munnar, which includes a visit to the charming old Christ Church, Rose Garden, Tata Tea Museum, Mattupetty Lake and Echo Point. Christ Church is an important landmark of Munnar, CSI Church is a Protestant church, which was consecrated in 1910. Located on a hill in the centre of old Munnar, this is a black basalt building built mostly in stone with a prominent nave and bell tower. This well preserved church has charming interiors and has retained its original 14 rows of polished pews, stained-glass windows, brass plaques and antique chandeliers. Rose Garden is a beautiful garden with hundreds of rare varieties of flowers and herbal plants. With large tea plantations in the background, this place can be visited during a trip to Munnar. The garden is operated by Kerala Forest Development Centre (KFDC), a Govt. of Kerala undertaking. Spread across a few acres of land, this place has an amenity center for tourists and a sales outlet, in addition to hundreds of rare varieties of flowers, cactus, shrubs, creepers and herbal plants. The amenity center inside the garden has toilets, shop, snacks, coffee etc. Tata Tea Museum has on display a variety of antiquities including curios, photographs and machineries; all of which depict the origins and growth of tea plantations in Munnar. The highlights include a sundial made in 1913, a 1905 tea roller, a burial urn from 2nd century BC, office furniture of tea estates like typewriters, manual calculators and an EPABX dating from 1909 and classic furniture including wooden chairs, tables, magneto phone, iron ovens and a wooden bath tub. There is also a tea-tasting demonstration room and a mini manufacturing unit. Mattupetty Lake is situated at an elevation of 1700 m above sea level, about 13 km from Munnar, Mattupetty is best known for its storage masonry dam, which is used for hydroelectricity generation purposes. A beautiful tranquil lake here offers boating by speed launch, slow speedboat or an ordinary motorboat. Echo Point is a popular tourist and picnic spot lying between Top Station and Munnar Town, at an elevation of about 600 ft . Surrounded by mist-covered hills and beautiful waterfalls, it is a photographer's delight. This scenic place derives its name from the natural echo phenomenon that happens here, where one can clearly hear their voice echoing within the reservoir. Popular activities include nature walks and trekking in the nearby coffee, tea and spice plantations. The rest of the evening is at leisure to explore this quaint hill station.
Overnight in Munnar. (B)

Day 5 - Kodaikanal

Today, your picturesque journey continues through the Palani hills to another scenic hill station- Kodaikanal. On arrival, check in to the hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure.
Overnight in Kodaikanal. (B)

Day 6 - Kodaikanal

Today, proceed on a sightseeing tour of Kodaikanal visiting places like the Pillar Rocks, Coaker's walk and the magnificent Bear-Shola falls. The Pillar rocks are three granite boulders which are seen standing vertically shoulder to shoulder and is now a very famous tourist spot for many visitors. The Bear Shola falls is another favorite tourist spot in Kodaikanal and it is called so, because in earlier days bears used to come and drink water from this fall. Coacker's Walk provides very picturesque view of the plains as well as scenic valleys that is sure to bring joy in the minds of the visitors. Coaker's walk is named after Lt. Coaker, who prepared the map of Kodaikanal. The rest of the day is at leisure. One can spend some time in Bryant Park or enjoy boating on the beautiful Kodai Lake (on direct payment basis).
Overnight in Kodaikanal.(B)

Day 7 - Kodaikanal

Today, bid farewell to your 'Hills of South' tour, as you are transferred from your hotel in Kodaikanal to the airport / railway station in Madurai for your onward journey. (B)


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Inclusions

  • Hotel Stay
  • Breakfast
  • Transfers

Exclusions

  • Airfare
  • Charges Not Mentioned
  • Entrance Fees
  • Meals
  • Personal Expenses
  • Rail
  • Surcharges
  • Tips

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Validity From : April 1, 2018
Validity To : September 30, 2018


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Day 1 - Ooty

Welcome to your 'Hills of South' tour! On arrival at the airport / railway station in Coimbatore, you will be met and transferred to your hotel in Ooty. The rest of the day is at leisure.
Overnight in Ooty. (Meals on your own).

Day 2 - Ooty

This morning after breakfast, you will enjoy a tour of the 'Queen of the Blue Mountains', that includes a visit to Dodabetta Peak for a spectacular view, Botanical Gardens, Rose Garden and Art Gallery.
The Dodabetta Peak is situated merely 10 km away from Ooty. Doddabetta Peak derived its name from the Badaga Tribe word which means Big Mountain, tracing it roots way back to the Kannada language and Badaga aural based language. The Peak stands at an altitude of 2,623 meters and is said to be one of the highest peaks in South India and one of the famous tourist spots in India. One of the famous attraction of Ooty is the Botanical Garden. This garden was laid out in 1897 by the Marquis of Tweedale. Presently this garden is under the maintenance of Horticulture Department of Tamilnadu. The garden features thousands of species of plants, shrubs, ferns, trees, herbal plants etc. Rose Garden or Centenary Rose Park is situated in the heart of Ooty town. It is the largest Rose Garden in India laid out to commemorate the centenary Flower Show in Government Botanical Gardens. The garden is laid out with a path into the rose garden with pergolas and bowers covered with rose creepers. Today, this garden has the largest collections of roses in the country, around 2241 varieties of roses like Hybrid Tea Roses, miniature rose, Floribunda, Ramblers, roses of unusual colors like black, green and many more varieties of roses that will captivate your senses. Art Gallery is located on the Ooty - Mysore Road, this museum has on display various artifacts of tribal people, among which are sculptures and artworks from Toda tribe and objects detailing the ecological features of the region. It was set up in 1989, with an aim to familiarize people about the Tribal lifestyle and culture of the native Toda Tribe. This museum displays various arts and crafts items including sculptures and items of use by the Toda Tribes. Later, drive to Coonoor and visit Sim's Park and Dolphin's Nose Point.
Situated at a height of 1780 m above sea level Sim's Park has a collection of over 1,000 plant species that includes magnolia, pines, tree ferns, and camellia. Dolphin's nose is located 10 km away from Coonoor. The protruding rock formation looks exactly like the nose of a dolphin hence the name. Dolphin's nose is a great vantage point that offers a panoramic view of the surrounding areas.
Post sightseeing, transfer back to the hotel. The rest of the evening is at leisure. One can opt to enjoy a boat ride at Ooty lake (On direct payment basis).
Overnight in Ooty. (B)

Day 3 - Munnar

After breakfast, proceed on a drive through the picturesque countryside to Munnar, a popular gateway retreat during the British Raj which is surrounded by lush green tea estates. On arrival, check in tot he hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure to explore this quaint hill station.
Overnight in Munnar. (B)

Day 4 - Munnar

Today morning, enjoy a sightseeing tour of Munnar, which includes a visit to the charming old Christ Church, Rose Garden, Tata Tea Museum, Mattupetty Lake and Echo Point. Christ Church is an important landmark of Munnar, CSI Church is a Protestant church, which was consecrated in 1910. Located on a hill in the centre of old Munnar, this is a black basalt building built mostly in stone with a prominent nave and bell tower. This well preserved church has charming interiors and has retained its original 14 rows of polished pews, stained-glass windows, brass plaques and antique chandeliers. Rose Garden is a beautiful garden with hundreds of rare varieties of flowers and herbal plants. With large tea plantations in the background, this place can be visited during a trip to Munnar. The garden is operated by Kerala Forest Development Centre (KFDC), a Govt. of Kerala undertaking. Spread across a few acres of land, this place has an amenity center for tourists and a sales outlet, in addition to hundreds of rare varieties of flowers, cactus, shrubs, creepers and herbal plants. The amenity center inside the garden has toilets, shop, snacks, coffee etc. Tata Tea Museum has on display a variety of antiquities including curios, photographs and machineries; all of which depict the origins and growth of tea plantations in Munnar. The highlights include a sundial made in 1913, a 1905 tea roller, a burial urn from 2nd century BC, office furniture of tea estates like typewriters, manual calculators and an EPABX dating from 1909 and classic furniture including wooden chairs, tables, magneto phone, iron ovens and a wooden bath tub. There is also a tea-tasting demonstration room and a mini manufacturing unit. Mattupetty Lake is situated at an elevation of 1700 m above sea level, about 13 km from Munnar, Mattupetty is best known for its storage masonry dam, which is used for hydroelectricity generation purposes. A beautiful tranquil lake here offers boating by speed launch, slow speedboat or an ordinary motorboat. Echo Point is a popular tourist and picnic spot lying between Top Station and Munnar Town, at an elevation of about 600 ft . Surrounded by mist-covered hills and beautiful waterfalls, it is a photographer's delight. This scenic place derives its name from the natural echo phenomenon that happens here, where one can clearly hear their voice echoing within the reservoir. Popular activities include nature walks and trekking in the nearby coffee, tea and spice plantations. The rest of the evening is at leisure to explore this quaint hill station.
Overnight in Munnar. (B)

Day 5 - Kodaikanal

Today, your picturesque journey continues through the Palani hills to another scenic hill station- Kodaikanal. On arrival, check in to the hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure.
Overnight in Kodaikanal. (B)

Day 6 - Kodaikanal

Today, proceed on a sightseeing tour of Kodaikanal visiting places like the Pillar Rocks, Coaker's walk and the magnificent Bear-Shola falls. The Pillar rocks are three granite boulders which are seen standing vertically shoulder to shoulder and is now a very famous tourist spot for many visitors. The Bear Shola falls is another favorite tourist spot in Kodaikanal and it is called so, because in earlier days bears used to come and drink water from this fall. Coacker's Walk provides very picturesque view of the plains as well as scenic valleys that is sure to bring joy in the minds of the visitors. Coaker's walk is named after Lt. Coaker, who prepared the map of Kodaikanal. The rest of the day is at leisure. One can spend some time in Bryant Park or enjoy boating on the beautiful Kodai Lake (on direct payment basis).
Overnight in Kodaikanal.(B)

Day 7 - Kodaikanal

Today, bid farewell to your 'Hills of South' tour, as you are transferred from your hotel in Kodaikanal to the airport / railway station in Madurai for your onward journey. (B)


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Day 1 - Ooty

Welcome to your 'Hills of South' tour! On arrival at the airport / railway station in Coimbatore, you will be met and transferred to your hotel in Ooty. The rest of the day is at leisure.
Overnight in Ooty. (Meals on your own).

Day 2 - Ooty

This morning after breakfast, you will enjoy a tour of the 'Queen of the Blue Mountains', that includes a visit to Dodabetta Peak for a spectacular view, Botanical Gardens, Rose Garden and Art Gallery.
The Dodabetta Peak is situated merely 10 km away from Ooty. Doddabetta Peak derived its name from the Badaga Tribe word which means Big Mountain, tracing it roots way back to the Kannada language and Badaga aural based language. The Peak stands at an altitude of 2,623 meters and is said to be one of the highest peaks in South India and one of the famous tourist spots in India. One of the famous attraction of Ooty is the Botanical Garden. This garden was laid out in 1897 by the Marquis of Tweedale. Presently this garden is under the maintenance of Horticulture Department of Tamilnadu. The garden features thousands of species of plants, shrubs, ferns, trees, herbal plants etc. Rose Garden or Centenary Rose Park is situated in the heart of Ooty town. It is the largest Rose Garden in India laid out to commemorate the centenary Flower Show in Government Botanical Gardens. The garden is laid out with a path into the rose garden with pergolas and bowers covered with rose creepers. Today, this garden has the largest collections of roses in the country, around 2241 varieties of roses like Hybrid Tea Roses, miniature rose, Floribunda, Ramblers, roses of unusual colors like black, green and many more varieties of roses that will captivate your senses. Art Gallery is located on the Ooty - Mysore Road, this museum has on display various artifacts of tribal people, among which are sculptures and artworks from Toda tribe and objects detailing the ecological features of the region. It was set up in 1989, with an aim to familiarize people about the Tribal lifestyle and culture of the native Toda Tribe. This museum displays various arts and crafts items including sculptures and items of use by the Toda Tribes. Later, drive to Coonoor and visit Sim's Park and Dolphin's Nose Point.
Situated at a height of 1780 m above sea level Sim's Park has a collection of over 1,000 plant species that includes magnolia, pines, tree ferns, and camellia. Dolphin's nose is located 10 km away from Coonoor. The protruding rock formation looks exactly like the nose of a dolphin hence the name. Dolphin's nose is a great vantage point that offers a panoramic view of the surrounding areas.
Post sightseeing, transfer back to the hotel. The rest of the evening is at leisure. One can opt to enjoy a boat ride at Ooty lake (On direct payment basis).
Overnight in Ooty. (B)

Day 3 - Munnar

After breakfast, proceed on a drive through the picturesque countryside to Munnar, a popular gateway retreat during the British Raj which is surrounded by lush green tea estates. On arrival, check in tot he hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure to explore this quaint hill station.
Overnight in Munnar. (B)

Day 4 - Munnar

Today morning, enjoy a sightseeing tour of Munnar, which includes a visit to the charming old Christ Church, Rose Garden, Tata Tea Museum, Mattupetty Lake and Echo Point. Christ Church is an important landmark of Munnar, CSI Church is a Protestant church, which was consecrated in 1910. Located on a hill in the centre of old Munnar, this is a black basalt building built mostly in stone with a prominent nave and bell tower. This well preserved church has charming interiors and has retained its original 14 rows of polished pews, stained-glass windows, brass plaques and antique chandeliers. Rose Garden is a beautiful garden with hundreds of rare varieties of flowers and herbal plants. With large tea plantations in the background, this place can be visited during a trip to Munnar. The garden is operated by Kerala Forest Development Centre (KFDC), a Govt. of Kerala undertaking. Spread across a few acres of land, this place has an amenity center for tourists and a sales outlet, in addition to hundreds of rare varieties of flowers, cactus, shrubs, creepers and herbal plants. The amenity center inside the garden has toilets, shop, snacks, coffee etc. Tata Tea Museum has on display a variety of antiquities including curios, photographs and machineries; all of which depict the origins and growth of tea plantations in Munnar. The highlights include a sundial made in 1913, a 1905 tea roller, a burial urn from 2nd century BC, office furniture of tea estates like typewriters, manual calculators and an EPABX dating from 1909 and classic furniture including wooden chairs, tables, magneto phone, iron ovens and a wooden bath tub. There is also a tea-tasting demonstration room and a mini manufacturing unit. Mattupetty Lake is situated at an elevation of 1700 m above sea level, about 13 km from Munnar, Mattupetty is best known for its storage masonry dam, which is used for hydroelectricity generation purposes. A beautiful tranquil lake here offers boating by speed launch, slow speedboat or an ordinary motorboat. Echo Point is a popular tourist and picnic spot lying between Top Station and Munnar Town, at an elevation of about 600 ft . Surrounded by mist-covered hills and beautiful waterfalls, it is a photographer's delight. This scenic place derives its name from the natural echo phenomenon that happens here, where one can clearly hear their voice echoing within the reservoir. Popular activities include nature walks and trekking in the nearby coffee, tea and spice plantations. The rest of the evening is at leisure to explore this quaint hill station.
Overnight in Munnar. (B)

Day 5 - Kodaikanal

Today, your picturesque journey continues through the Palani hills to another scenic hill station- Kodaikanal. On arrival, check in to the hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure.
Overnight in Kodaikanal. (B)

Day 6 - Kodaikanal

Today, proceed on a sightseeing tour of Kodaikanal visiting places like the Pillar Rocks, Coaker's walk and the magnificent Bear-Shola falls. The Pillar rocks are three granite boulders which are seen standing vertically shoulder to shoulder and is now a very famous tourist spot for many visitors. The Bear Shola falls is another favorite tourist spot in Kodaikanal and it is called so, because in earlier days bears used to come and drink water from this fall. Coacker's Walk provides very picturesque view of the plains as well as scenic valleys that is sure to bring joy in the minds of the visitors. Coaker's walk is named after Lt. Coaker, who prepared the map of Kodaikanal. The rest of the day is at leisure. One can spend some time in Bryant Park or enjoy boating on the beautiful Kodai Lake (on direct payment basis).
Overnight in Kodaikanal.(B)

Day 7 - Kodaikanal

Today, bid farewell to your 'Hills of South' tour, as you are transferred from your hotel in Kodaikanal to the airport / railway station in Madurai for your onward journey. (B)


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Trip Duration: 5 Nights / 6 Days
Itinerary: 1 Nights Bangalore | 1 Nights Coorg | 1 Nights Mysore | 2 Nights Ooty

BANGALORE COORG MYSORE AND OOTY

This package includes:
Hotel Stay
Road Taxes
Fuel Charges
Interstate Taxes
Parking
Included hotels (or similar):
Bangalore - |
Coorg - |
Mysore - |
...More Hotels (1)
Starting from
INR 35,670
per person on twin share
Phone Booking
Day 1 - Bangalore

Welcome to Buzzing Bangalore! Following your arrival, you will be transferred to your hotel.

Overnight in Bangalore.

Day 2 - Bangalore,Coorg

After breakfast, proceed to a guided tour of Bangalore city.

Enjoy a half day city tour of Bangalore during which you will explore the botanical gardens of Lalbagh; get fascinated by the finely embellished pillars and arches of the Tipu Sultan Palace; marvel at the monolithic statue of the Bull Temple. During the tour you will also drive past the Government buildings including the Secretariat and Vidhan Soudha (Legislature building) and Cubbon Park.

Afternoon you will drive to Coorg

Overnight at Coorg (B)

Day 3 - Coorg,Mysore

Morning at leisure. Afternoon you will drive to Mighty Mysore!

This morning you will drive to Mysore en route visiting the island fortress of Srirangapatnam. Srirangapatnam is the biggest of the three islands in the river Kaveri and derives its name from the deity of the temple located inside the fortress. Drive-past the fort and visit the summer palace of Tipu Sultan - Daria Daulat Bagh and its museum with a wide collection of family memorabilia and paintings. Also visit the mausoleum of Tipu Sultan and Hyder Ali. Continue on drive to Mysore and check into your hotel.

Overnight at Mysore (B)

Day 4 - Mysore,Ooty

Morning explore the charms of this erstwhile Kingdom on a city tour of Mysore and later drive to Ooty.

Morning half day city tour of Mysore. Your tour will comprise of a visit to the magnificent Mysore Palace, designed by Henry Irving in 1897; Nanda Bull located at Chamundi Hills; and Rajendra Art Gallery, with its collection of diverse objects ranging from antique furniture to music instruments, ceramics, etc. and of course paintings by renowned artists.

Afternoon you will drive to Ooty. On arrival you will transferred to hotel & proceed for check-in

Overnight at Ooty (B)

Day 5 - Ooty

Enjoy a half day tour visiting the Botanical Gardens which were laid out in 1847. The picturesque gardens that are maintained by the Horticulture department of the state, cover an area of about 22 hectares. The Gardens have well over 650 species of plants and trees, including a fossil of a tree, which is believed to be more than 20 million years old. Continue to Ooty Lake built in 1825 and is about 2.5 km long.

Overnight at Ooty (B)

Day 6 - Ooty

Today you will drive back to Bangalore airport as per your flight timing.

Your arrangements conclude today with a departure transfer to the Bangalore airport as you proceed for your onward journey. We trust you to enjoyed your Ezeego1 vacation.


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Day 1 - Bangalore

Welcome to Buzzing Bangalore! Following your arrival, you will be transferred to your hotel.

Overnight in Bangalore.

Day 2 - Bangalore,Coorg

After breakfast, proceed to a guided tour of Bangalore city.

Enjoy a half day city tour of Bangalore during which you will explore the botanical gardens of Lalbagh; get fascinated by the finely embellished pillars and arches of the Tipu Sultan Palace; marvel at the monolithic statue of the Bull Temple. During the tour you will also drive past the Government buildings including the Secretariat and Vidhan Soudha (Legislature building) and Cubbon Park.

Afternoon you will drive to Coorg

Overnight at Coorg (B)

Day 3 - Coorg,Mysore

Morning at leisure. Afternoon you will drive to Mighty Mysore!

This morning you will drive to Mysore en route visiting the island fortress of Srirangapatnam. Srirangapatnam is the biggest of the three islands in the river Kaveri and derives its name from the deity of the temple located inside the fortress. Drive-past the fort and visit the summer palace of Tipu Sultan - Daria Daulat Bagh and its museum with a wide collection of family memorabilia and paintings. Also visit the mausoleum of Tipu Sultan and Hyder Ali. Continue on drive to Mysore and check into your hotel.

Overnight at Mysore (B)

Day 4 - Mysore,Ooty

Morning explore the charms of this erstwhile Kingdom on a city tour of Mysore and later drive to Ooty.

Morning half day city tour of Mysore. Your tour will comprise of a visit to the magnificent Mysore Palace, designed by Henry Irving in 1897; Nanda Bull located at Chamundi Hills; and Rajendra Art Gallery, with its collection of diverse objects ranging from antique furniture to music instruments, ceramics, etc. and of course paintings by renowned artists.

Afternoon you will drive to Ooty. On arrival you will transferred to hotel & proceed for check-in

Overnight at Ooty (B)

Day 5 - Ooty

Enjoy a half day tour visiting the Botanical Gardens which were laid out in 1847. The picturesque gardens that are maintained by the Horticulture department of the state, cover an area of about 22 hectares. The Gardens have well over 650 species of plants and trees, including a fossil of a tree, which is believed to be more than 20 million years old. Continue to Ooty Lake built in 1825 and is about 2.5 km long.

Overnight at Ooty (B)

Day 6 - Ooty

Today you will drive back to Bangalore airport as per your flight timing.

Your arrangements conclude today with a departure transfer to the Bangalore airport as you proceed for your onward journey. We trust you to enjoyed your Ezeego1 vacation.


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Validity To : October 5, 2018


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Trip Duration: 6 Nights / 7 Days
Itinerary: 2 Nights MYSORE | 2 Nights Ooty | 2 Nights Kodaikanal

BD South India Delight Summer 2018

This package includes:
Hotel Stay
Breakfast
Sightseeing
Transfers
Included hotels (or similar):
MYSORE - |
Ooty - |
Kodaikanal -
Starting from
INR 29,674
per person on twin share
Phone Booking
Day 1 - Mysore

Welcome to your 'South India Delight' On arrival at the airport / railway station in Bengaluru, you will be met and transferred to your hotel, en route, visit Srirangapatna - the capital of Hyder Ali and his son Tipu Sultan.
On arrival, check in to the hotel in Mysore. In the evening, visit the Brindavan Gardens, the most sought after locations for experiencing nature's beauty first hand. These gardens have been featured in numerous Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam films. Indigenous and exotic species of plant varieties are found here.
Overnight in Mysore. (Meals on your own)

Day 2 - Mysore

This morning, proceed on an excursion to - one of the best preserved Hoysala Temple at Somnathpur. The Hoysala Temple in Somnathpur is unique in its style and presentation and is devoted to Prasanna Chennakeshava. The temple was constructed in the 12th-13th centuries by the Hoysala rulers and their officials. It is lavishly adorned with sculpture which covers each and every inch of the wall space. This particular style of intensely packed sculptural scheme is the characteristic exclusive to the Hoysala art. In the afternoon, visit the famous Mysore Palace, which is a historical monument located in the city of Mysore facing the Chamundi Hills eastwards. It was the authorized residence and seat of the Maharajas of Mysore who ruled the region between the 14th and the 20th century. Mysore Palace houses a number of hidden tunnels leading from the cellar to other palaces and confidential areas in Srirangapatna. The palace is a three-stone structure with marble domes. Its entrance displays the emblem and coat of arms of the Mysore Kingdom. It is the venue for the famous Mysore Dasara Festival held every year on the day of Vijaya Dashmi, featuring stage performances by leading artists and elephant parades. The rest of the evening is at leisure.
Overnight in Mysore. (B)

Day 3 - Ooty

Today, your picturesque journey continues into the blue Nilgiri Hills as you drive the steep hills covered with lush green tea and coffee plantations to Ooty. En route visit the Chamunda Temple on the hill in the outskirts of Mysore. Named after the Goddess Chamunda, the Chamundi hills are a prestigious landmark in the city of Mysore. Earlier known as Mahabalachala, the hill was renamed as the Chamundi hills in respect for the Goddess Chamunda. Legend has it that the Goddess had slain the demon Mahishasur.. The temple has a very beautiful idol of the goddess wearing a garland of skulls. On arrival, check in to the hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure Or one can opt to enjoy a walking tour of this beautiful hill station.
Overnight in Ooty. (B)

Day 4 - Ooty

This morning, enjoy a tour of the 'Queen of the Blue Mountains', that includes a visit to Doddabetta Peak for a spectacular view. The Dodabetta Peak is situated merely 10 km away from Ooty. Doddabetta Peak stands at an altitude of 2,623 meters and is said to be one of the highest peaks in South India and one of the famous tourist spots in India. One of the famous attraction of Ooty is the Botanical Garden. This garden was laid out in 1897 by the Marquis of Tweedale. Presently this garden is under the maintenance of Horticulture Department of Tamil Nadu. The garden features thousands of species of plants, shrubs, ferns, trees, herbal plants etc. (Entry to Botanical Garden will be on direct payment basis). Rose Garden or Centenary Rose Park is situated in the heart of Ooty town. It is the largest Rose Garden in India laid out to commemorate the centenary Flower Show in Government Botanical Gardens. The garden is laid out with a path into the rose garden with pergolas and bowers covered with rose creepers.
Today, this garden has the largest collections of roses in the country, around 2241 varieties of roses like Hybrid Tea Roses, miniature rose, Floribunda, Ramblers, roses of unusual colors like black, green and many more varieties of roses that will captivate your senses. Art Gallery is located on the Ooty - Mysore Road, this museum has on display various artifacts of tribal people, among which are sculptures and artworks from Toda tribe and objects detailing the ecological features of the region. It was set up in 1989, with an aim to familiarize people about the Tribal lifestyle and culture of the native Toda Tribe. This museum displays various arts and crafts items including sculptures and items of use by the Toda Tribes. Later, visit the the Ooty Lake, an artificial lake situated in the heart of the city making it an ideal place for families visit. Boating is the major attraction of the lake which is available at the Boat House adjoining the lake (Boating will be on direct payment basis). Later, drive to Coonoor and visit Sim's Park and Dolphin's Nose Point. Situated at a height of 1780 m above sea level Sim's Park has a collection of over 1,000 plant species that includes magnolia, pines, tree ferns, and camellia. Dolphin's nose is located 10 km away from Coonoor. The protruding rock formation looks exactly like the nose of a dolphin hence the name. Dolphin\'s nose is a great vantage point that offers a panoramic view of the surrounding areas. Post sightseeing, return to the hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure to explore the city.
Overnight in Ooty. (B)

Day 5 - Kodaikanal

Today, your picturesque journey continues through the Palani Hills to another scenic hill-station- Kodaikanal. On arrival, check in to the hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure.
Overnight in Kodaikanal (B).

Day 6 - Kodaikanal

Today, enjoy sightseeing tour of Kodaikanal visiting the Pillar Rocks, Coaker's Walk and the magnificent Bear Shola Falls. The Pillar rocks are three granite boulders which are seen standing vertically shoulder to shoulder and is now a very famous tourist spot for many visitors. The Bear Shola falls is another favorite tourist spot in Kodaikanal and it is called so, because in earlier days bears used to come and drink water from this fall. Coacker's Walk provides very picturesque view of the plains as well as scenic valleys that is sure to bring joy in the minds of the visitors. it is named after Lt. Coaker, who prepared the map of Kodaikanal. In the afternoon, spend some time in Bryant Park - one of the most colourful attractions of Kodaikanal. The park was established by a British forest officer by the name H. D. in the year 1908. Bryant Park, seen on the eastern side of the lake, is a mini botanical garden spread across 20 acres of area. The glasshouse in the park contains wide varieties of flowers, ferns and other ornamental plants. The rest of the evening is at leisure.
Overnight in Kodaikanal. (B)

Day 7 - Kodaikanal

Today, bid farewell to your 'South India Delight' tour as you are transferred from hotel in Kodaikanal to the airport / railway station in Coimbatore for your onward journey.


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  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
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Validity To : September 30, 2018


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Day 1 - Mysore

Welcome to your 'South India Delight' On arrival at the airport / railway station in Bengaluru, you will be met and transferred to your hotel, en route, visit Srirangapatna - the capital of Hyder Ali and his son Tipu Sultan.
On arrival, check in to the hotel in Mysore. In the evening, visit the Brindavan Gardens, the most sought after locations for experiencing nature's beauty first hand. These gardens have been featured in numerous Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam films. Indigenous and exotic species of plant varieties are found here.
Overnight in Mysore. (Meals on your own)

Day 2 - Mysore

This morning, proceed on an excursion to - one of the best preserved Hoysala Temple at Somnathpur. The Hoysala Temple in Somnathpur is unique in its style and presentation and is devoted to Prasanna Chennakeshava. The temple was constructed in the 12th-13th centuries by the Hoysala rulers and their officials. It is lavishly adorned with sculpture which covers each and every inch of the wall space. This particular style of intensely packed sculptural scheme is the characteristic exclusive to the Hoysala art. In the afternoon, visit the famous Mysore Palace, which is a historical monument located in the city of Mysore facing the Chamundi Hills eastwards. It was the authorized residence and seat of the Maharajas of Mysore who ruled the region between the 14th and the 20th century. Mysore Palace houses a number of hidden tunnels leading from the cellar to other palaces and confidential areas in Srirangapatna. The palace is a three-stone structure with marble domes. Its entrance displays the emblem and coat of arms of the Mysore Kingdom. It is the venue for the famous Mysore Dasara Festival held every year on the day of Vijaya Dashmi, featuring stage performances by leading artists and elephant parades. The rest of the evening is at leisure.
Overnight in Mysore. (B)

Day 3 - Ooty

Today, your picturesque journey continues into the blue Nilgiri Hills as you drive the steep hills covered with lush green tea and coffee plantations to Ooty. En route visit the Chamunda Temple on the hill in the outskirts of Mysore. Named after the Goddess Chamunda, the Chamundi hills are a prestigious landmark in the city of Mysore. Earlier known as Mahabalachala, the hill was renamed as the Chamundi hills in respect for the Goddess Chamunda. Legend has it that the Goddess had slain the demon Mahishasur.. The temple has a very beautiful idol of the goddess wearing a garland of skulls. On arrival, check in to the hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure Or one can opt to enjoy a walking tour of this beautiful hill station.
Overnight in Ooty. (B)

Day 4 - Ooty

This morning, enjoy a tour of the 'Queen of the Blue Mountains', that includes a visit to Doddabetta Peak for a spectacular view. The Dodabetta Peak is situated merely 10 km away from Ooty. Doddabetta Peak stands at an altitude of 2,623 meters and is said to be one of the highest peaks in South India and one of the famous tourist spots in India. One of the famous attraction of Ooty is the Botanical Garden. This garden was laid out in 1897 by the Marquis of Tweedale. Presently this garden is under the maintenance of Horticulture Department of Tamil Nadu. The garden features thousands of species of plants, shrubs, ferns, trees, herbal plants etc. (Entry to Botanical Garden will be on direct payment basis). Rose Garden or Centenary Rose Park is situated in the heart of Ooty town. It is the largest Rose Garden in India laid out to commemorate the centenary Flower Show in Government Botanical Gardens. The garden is laid out with a path into the rose garden with pergolas and bowers covered with rose creepers.
Today, this garden has the largest collections of roses in the country, around 2241 varieties of roses like Hybrid Tea Roses, miniature rose, Floribunda, Ramblers, roses of unusual colors like black, green and many more varieties of roses that will captivate your senses. Art Gallery is located on the Ooty - Mysore Road, this museum has on display various artifacts of tribal people, among which are sculptures and artworks from Toda tribe and objects detailing the ecological features of the region. It was set up in 1989, with an aim to familiarize people about the Tribal lifestyle and culture of the native Toda Tribe. This museum displays various arts and crafts items including sculptures and items of use by the Toda Tribes. Later, visit the the Ooty Lake, an artificial lake situated in the heart of the city making it an ideal place for families visit. Boating is the major attraction of the lake which is available at the Boat House adjoining the lake (Boating will be on direct payment basis). Later, drive to Coonoor and visit Sim's Park and Dolphin's Nose Point. Situated at a height of 1780 m above sea level Sim's Park has a collection of over 1,000 plant species that includes magnolia, pines, tree ferns, and camellia. Dolphin's nose is located 10 km away from Coonoor. The protruding rock formation looks exactly like the nose of a dolphin hence the name. Dolphin\'s nose is a great vantage point that offers a panoramic view of the surrounding areas. Post sightseeing, return to the hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure to explore the city.
Overnight in Ooty. (B)

Day 5 - Kodaikanal

Today, your picturesque journey continues through the Palani Hills to another scenic hill-station- Kodaikanal. On arrival, check in to the hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure.
Overnight in Kodaikanal (B).

Day 6 - Kodaikanal

Today, enjoy sightseeing tour of Kodaikanal visiting the Pillar Rocks, Coaker's Walk and the magnificent Bear Shola Falls. The Pillar rocks are three granite boulders which are seen standing vertically shoulder to shoulder and is now a very famous tourist spot for many visitors. The Bear Shola falls is another favorite tourist spot in Kodaikanal and it is called so, because in earlier days bears used to come and drink water from this fall. Coacker's Walk provides very picturesque view of the plains as well as scenic valleys that is sure to bring joy in the minds of the visitors. it is named after Lt. Coaker, who prepared the map of Kodaikanal. In the afternoon, spend some time in Bryant Park - one of the most colourful attractions of Kodaikanal. The park was established by a British forest officer by the name H. D. in the year 1908. Bryant Park, seen on the eastern side of the lake, is a mini botanical garden spread across 20 acres of area. The glasshouse in the park contains wide varieties of flowers, ferns and other ornamental plants. The rest of the evening is at leisure.
Overnight in Kodaikanal. (B)

Day 7 - Kodaikanal

Today, bid farewell to your 'South India Delight' tour as you are transferred from hotel in Kodaikanal to the airport / railway station in Coimbatore for your onward journey.


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  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
  • Transfers

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Validity To : September 30, 2018


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Day 1 - Mysore

Welcome to your 'South India Delight' On arrival at the airport / railway station in Bengaluru, you will be met and transferred to your hotel, en route, visit Srirangapatna - the capital of Hyder Ali and his son Tipu Sultan.
On arrival, check in to the hotel in Mysore. In the evening, visit the Brindavan Gardens, the most sought after locations for experiencing nature's beauty first hand. These gardens have been featured in numerous Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam films. Indigenous and exotic species of plant varieties are found here.
Overnight in Mysore. (Meals on your own)

Day 2 - Mysore

This morning, proceed on an excursion to - one of the best preserved Hoysala Temple at Somnathpur. The Hoysala Temple in Somnathpur is unique in its style and presentation and is devoted to Prasanna Chennakeshava. The temple was constructed in the 12th-13th centuries by the Hoysala rulers and their officials. It is lavishly adorned with sculpture which covers each and every inch of the wall space. This particular style of intensely packed sculptural scheme is the characteristic exclusive to the Hoysala art. In the afternoon, visit the famous Mysore Palace, which is a historical monument located in the city of Mysore facing the Chamundi Hills eastwards. It was the authorized residence and seat of the Maharajas of Mysore who ruled the region between the 14th and the 20th century. Mysore Palace houses a number of hidden tunnels leading from the cellar to other palaces and confidential areas in Srirangapatna. The palace is a three-stone structure with marble domes. Its entrance displays the emblem and coat of arms of the Mysore Kingdom. It is the venue for the famous Mysore Dasara Festival held every year on the day of Vijaya Dashmi, featuring stage performances by leading artists and elephant parades. The rest of the evening is at leisure.
Overnight in Mysore. (B)

Day 3 - Ooty

Today, your picturesque journey continues into the blue Nilgiri Hills as you drive the steep hills covered with lush green tea and coffee plantations to Ooty. En route visit the Chamunda Temple on the hill in the outskirts of Mysore. Named after the Goddess Chamunda, the Chamundi hills are a prestigious landmark in the city of Mysore. Earlier known as Mahabalachala, the hill was renamed as the Chamundi hills in respect for the Goddess Chamunda. Legend has it that the Goddess had slain the demon Mahishasur.. The temple has a very beautiful idol of the goddess wearing a garland of skulls. On arrival, check in to the hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure Or one can opt to enjoy a walking tour of this beautiful hill station.
Overnight in Ooty. (B)

Day 4 - Ooty

This morning, enjoy a tour of the 'Queen of the Blue Mountains', that includes a visit to Doddabetta Peak for a spectacular view. The Dodabetta Peak is situated merely 10 km away from Ooty. Doddabetta Peak stands at an altitude of 2,623 meters and is said to be one of the highest peaks in South India and one of the famous tourist spots in India. One of the famous attraction of Ooty is the Botanical Garden. This garden was laid out in 1897 by the Marquis of Tweedale. Presently this garden is under the maintenance of Horticulture Department of Tamil Nadu. The garden features thousands of species of plants, shrubs, ferns, trees, herbal plants etc. (Entry to Botanical Garden will be on direct payment basis). Rose Garden or Centenary Rose Park is situated in the heart of Ooty town. It is the largest Rose Garden in India laid out to commemorate the centenary Flower Show in Government Botanical Gardens. The garden is laid out with a path into the rose garden with pergolas and bowers covered with rose creepers.
Today, this garden has the largest collections of roses in the country, around 2241 varieties of roses like Hybrid Tea Roses, miniature rose, Floribunda, Ramblers, roses of unusual colors like black, green and many more varieties of roses that will captivate your senses. Art Gallery is located on the Ooty - Mysore Road, this museum has on display various artifacts of tribal people, among which are sculptures and artworks from Toda tribe and objects detailing the ecological features of the region. It was set up in 1989, with an aim to familiarize people about the Tribal lifestyle and culture of the native Toda Tribe. This museum displays various arts and crafts items including sculptures and items of use by the Toda Tribes. Later, visit the the Ooty Lake, an artificial lake situated in the heart of the city making it an ideal place for families visit. Boating is the major attraction of the lake which is available at the Boat House adjoining the lake (Boating will be on direct payment basis). Later, drive to Coonoor and visit Sim's Park and Dolphin's Nose Point. Situated at a height of 1780 m above sea level Sim's Park has a collection of over 1,000 plant species that includes magnolia, pines, tree ferns, and camellia. Dolphin's nose is located 10 km away from Coonoor. The protruding rock formation looks exactly like the nose of a dolphin hence the name. Dolphin\'s nose is a great vantage point that offers a panoramic view of the surrounding areas. Post sightseeing, return to the hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure to explore the city.
Overnight in Ooty. (B)

Day 5 - Kodaikanal

Today, your picturesque journey continues through the Palani Hills to another scenic hill-station- Kodaikanal. On arrival, check in to the hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure.
Overnight in Kodaikanal (B).

Day 6 - Kodaikanal

Today, enjoy sightseeing tour of Kodaikanal visiting the Pillar Rocks, Coaker's Walk and the magnificent Bear Shola Falls. The Pillar rocks are three granite boulders which are seen standing vertically shoulder to shoulder and is now a very famous tourist spot for many visitors. The Bear Shola falls is another favorite tourist spot in Kodaikanal and it is called so, because in earlier days bears used to come and drink water from this fall. Coacker's Walk provides very picturesque view of the plains as well as scenic valleys that is sure to bring joy in the minds of the visitors. it is named after Lt. Coaker, who prepared the map of Kodaikanal. In the afternoon, spend some time in Bryant Park - one of the most colourful attractions of Kodaikanal. The park was established by a British forest officer by the name H. D. in the year 1908. Bryant Park, seen on the eastern side of the lake, is a mini botanical garden spread across 20 acres of area. The glasshouse in the park contains wide varieties of flowers, ferns and other ornamental plants. The rest of the evening is at leisure.
Overnight in Kodaikanal. (B)

Day 7 - Kodaikanal

Today, bid farewell to your 'South India Delight' tour as you are transferred from hotel in Kodaikanal to the airport / railway station in Coimbatore for your onward journey.


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