6 days 5 nights
Explore the best of South India on our 5-night Bangalore, Mysore, and Coorg Tour. Discover Bangalore’s tech marvels and historic sites. In Mysore, witness royal grandeur at the opulent palace and ancient temples. Then, escape to Coorg’s lush coffee plantations and serene landscapes. Enjoy iconic sights like Abbey Falls and Raja’s Seat. Immerse in local culture and savor aromatic coffee. Our expertly crafted itinerary ensures a seamless journey through these vibrant destinations. Book now for an unforgettable experience in the heart of Karnataka!
Meet on arrival at Bangalore Airport / Railway station and transfer to hotel. Depending on the arrival proceed for half-day city tour to ISKCON temple - the Krishna temple is a blend of modern technology and spiritual harmony, Lalbagh - 240 acres of beautifully sculpted gardens, flowers abound, rare collection of tropical and sub-tropical plants, Vidhana Soudha - this massive building houses the State Legislature and the Secretariat, later on return to hotel and overnight.
Morning breakfast, checkout and proceed to Mysore - known for its magnificent palaces and majestic buildings, sprawling gardens and treelined boulevards, shimmering silks and sandalwood, the 'City Royale' always figures in the tourist's itinerary, enroute visit Srirangapatna - Island fortress of Tippu Sultan. Visit Tippu's Summer Palace, Mosque, and Sriranganatha temple. On arrival check into a hotel and proceed to visit Maharaja Palace, the palace is a splendid structure in the Indo-Saracenic style and visit Chamundi Hill - perched atop a hill. The 4.8m tall monolith of Nandi and the gigantic Mahishasura statue, St. Philomena’s Church and evening visit to Brindavan Gardens. Return to hotel and overnight.
Morning breakfast, checkout and drive to Coorg, enroute visit Bylakuppe, The Golden Temple, Nisarghadhama. Check in on arrival, lunch and proceed to visit Later proceed to visit Abbey falls – Tucked away between private coffee and spice estate, Madikeri Fort - The 19th century Madikeri fort with its stone ramparts now houses the prison, Omkareshwara Temple – Built in 1820 and featuring a blend of red-tile roofed Kerala architecture and Islamic-style domes. Evening visit Raja Seat- is an enchanting picnic spot with a swathing in the nature's lap. Return to hotel and overnight.
Breakfast, proceed to visit Bhagamandala - situated at the confluence of two rivers, the Cauvery and the Kanika. A third river, the Sujyothi is said to join from underground. It is considered sacred as a river confluence, visit Talacauvery - known as Dakshin Kashi is the birthplace of river Cauvery at the foot of the breath-taking Brahmagiri Hills, trek to Brahmagiri hills, on your return you may go for optional traditional thali meal and plantation walk. Back to hotel. Overnight.
Early breakfast checkout and proceed to Dubare elephant camp (to reach the place before 08.30Hrs) offer the 3-hour experience with Elephants consisting of elephant Grooming, feeding, later drive to Hassan, enroute visit Belur - It is the only Hoysala temple still in active worship. The most marvellous specimens of Hoysala architecture. Halebidu - the ancient capital of the Hoysalas. The temple complex has a museum which houses the idols, statues and sculptures excavated by the Archaeological department from the ruins. Check in to your hotel upon arrival. Evening free. Overnight.
Morning breakfast, check out and drive to Bangalore, enroute visit Shravanabelagola, The Statue of Gommateshwara. Drop to airport or railway station upon arrival in Bangalore. Tour ends.
The tour typically spans over 5 nights, allowing you to explore these three iconic destinations in South India.
Bangalore to Mysore is approximately 143 kilometers by road, and Mysore to Coorg is around 118 kilometers. Transportation is usually by air-conditioned coach or private vehicle.
Many tour operators offer some degree of customization. You can discuss with the tour provider about tailoring the itinerary to your preferences, although it may be subject to availability and additional costs.
Most tour packages include meals, but it's important to verify with the tour operator for specifics on the type and number of meals provided.