5 Nights Itinerary Covering: Bangalore – Mysore – Ooty –Coonoor - Bangalore / Coimbatore
Bangalore Mysore Ooty Coonoor package offers you an opportunity to explore the architectural marvels, rich cultural diversity, and traditional heritage of South India in 6 Days 5 Nights. The tour allows you to glare at the luscious landscapes, magnificent ancient temples, and fabulous heritage of South India. You will explore the famous cities of Bangalore, Mysore, Ooty, and Coonoor during the visit. In Bangalore, you will experience the beauty of Lalbagh, Bull Temple, Vidhan Soudha, numerous other parks, and museums. While in Mysore you will be able to admire the architectural beauty of South India by visiting the fort and temple. Mysore Zoo is another famous place where you will visit and spot some of the exotic species of wildlife. Chamundi Hill, Maharaja Mysore Palace, and Jagan Mohan Palace are the places where you will visit during the tour.
Enroute to Ooty, you will get an opportunity to visit the Bandipur National Park where you will enjoy the Jungle Safari. Here you will spot some of the exotic wildlife flora and fauna in the national park. In Ooty, you will enjoy the boating at Ooty Lake, the scenic beauty of the beautiful landscapes. Doddabetta Peak is another popular tourist attractions and the highest peak of the Nilgiri Mountain Range where you will visit. With the Bangalore Mysore Ooty holiday package you will be able to explore the enchanting locations of these three beautiful places.
Upon your arrival in Bangalore, our tour representative will pick you up and you will have assisted transfer to the pre-booked hotel. Take some rest and after fresh up, you will proceed for the sightseeing tour of Mysore Ooty Coonoor package tour from Bangalore.
The first stopover of the day will be Lalbagh which is a popular botanical garden and is being thrived by the locals during the evening hours. Spread over a sprawling area of 270 acres of land, this botanical garden is a heaven for nature lovers. The garden comprises a rare species of French, Persian, and Af-ghani plants. It is a delight for photographers, enjoy the time here amidst nature and lush greenery. After this head towards the Bull Temple which is the oldest temple in Bangalore. The temple is also known as Nandi Temple and the biggest temple of Nandi in the world. It is believed that River Vrishabhavati is at the feet of the Nandi who holds special importance to Lord Shiva. In the premises of the Bull Temple, there is a Lord Ganesha Temple. Seeks blessings here as well and then head for the next destination.
On the way, you will drive past the Vidhan Soudha which accommodates State Legislature and the Sec-retariat. It is one of the most popular attractions in Bangalore and is popularly known as ‘Taj Mahal of South India’. Glare at the majestic beauty of this magnificent structure on the way to the Vishveshwarya Technological Museum which is a science museum. It spreads over a sprawling area of the 4000-metre square and comprises several exhibition galleries. After glaring at the exquisite collection of the museum, you head towards the Art Gallery where you will get an opportunity to admire a range of artworks, paintings, and connoisseurs.
Then you will visit the Cubbon Park which spreads over 300 acres of land. It is a perfect place for nature lovers and people can spend some quality time here and it home to more than 6000 trees. The park comprises the Bangalore Aquarium which is the second largest aquarium in India. They're also a toy train inside the park where children can enjoy the ride. The next stopover of the day will be Indira Gandhi Musical Fountain Park and the park comprises a fountain which is one of the biggest artificially fountains in India. The last stopover of the day is ISCKON Temple which is dedicated to Lord Krishna. It is one of the most revered temples of the city and the temple is embellished with the most exquisite style of stone carvings. It is a perfect example of the neo-classical style of architecture and is being credited with the largest ISCKON complexes in the world.
Later in the evening, return to the hotel after the sightseeing tour of the city and enjoy the delicious dinner at the hotel.
Overnight stay at Bangalore.
On the 2nd day of the Bangalore Mysore Ooty travel package, you will check out from the hotel after having breakfast and head towards Mysore. On the way to Mysore, you will visit the Srirangapatna which is an island snuggled amidst the Cauvery River and situated 18 km from Mysore. This place is an architectural marvel and a perfect blend of Hoysala and Vijayanagar architectural style. This temple boasts of rich history and cultural heritage. This temple is one of the important Vaishnavite pilgrimage places. Srirangapatna is dotted with the immense scenic beauty owning to spectacular waterfalls. The monuments of the island have been designated as the UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will get an opportunity to explore Dariya Daulat Bagh, Gumbaz Tippu Fort, and Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple.
After glaring at the astounding beauty of this place you will proceed to the Mysore and upon your arri-val, you will have an assisted check-in at the hotel. After taking some rest you will visit the Brindavan Garden which is a botanical park with a musical fountain. Enjoy the evening here in the garden and spend some quality time here amidst the lush greenery. The rest of the time is at your leisure. You can rest or take a stroll at the streets of Mysore or explore the nearby market of the city and enjoy the shopping.
Later return to the hotel and have a lip-smacking dinner. Overnight stay at the hotel in Mysore.
On the 3rd day of the tour, after having a breakfast you will embark on the Mysore Local Sightseeing. The first stopover of the day will be Maharaja’s Mysore Palace which was the seat of the Kingdom of Mysore. Snuggled in the centre of Mysore and faces the Chamundi Hill, the Mysore Palace was the official residence of Wadiyar Dynasty. Explore the exquisite architecture of the palace and delve into the enchanting beauty of this beautiful edifice. After this, you will visit the Chamundi Hills which is perched at an altitude of 3,300 feet above the sea level. Here you will visit the Chamundeshwari Temple which is set atop the hill. The temple is dedicated to the Goddess Chamundi and within the sanctum, there is a sculpted depiction of the goddess. From the top of the hill, you will be able to witness the sheer beauty of the Mysore Palace, Karanji Lake and the bird’s eye view of the Mysore.
Then you will head towards the Mysore Zoo which is home to some of the exotic wildlife species. The zoo accommodating more than 1450 specimens of 168 species and here you will be able to spot the Lion, Tiger, Jaguar, Elephant, Giraffe, Leopard, Lagoon, Crocodile, Sloth Bear, and many more. Saint Philomena's Church will be the next place of the sightseeing tour. It is one of the majestic churches in India and this catholic church was constructed in 1936. It is a perfect example of the Neo-gothic archi-tectural style. This is one of the largest churches in Asia. You will get the glimpses of the enchanting beauty of the church and spend some quality time amidst the peace and tranquillity in the church.
The last stopover of the day will be Jagan Mohan Palace which is an Art Gallery. This palace was an al-ternate retreat for the royal family. This three-story palace is built in the Hindu architectural style. The art gallery houses more than 2,000 murals and paintings and this palace exhibits weapons of war, musi-cal instruments, sculptures, unique artefacts, and many more things which belonged to the bygone era.
Later in the evening return to the hotel and enjoy the sumptuous dinner. Overnight stay at the hotel in Mysore.
After morning breakfast on the 4th day of the tour, you will check out from the hotel and proceed to Ooty. En-route Ooty you will visit the Bandipur National Forest & Madumali Forest which comprises a wide range of beautiful wildlife and a multitude of teak and sandalwood trees. Here you will be able to spot the hornbills, elephant, python, sloth bears, etc. The national park was once served as a hunting ground and then converted into the national park. It is the largest biosphere reserve in India and a fa-mous tiger reserve. Revel into the enchanting beauty this wonderland you will head towards the Ooty.
On arrival in Ooty, you will have an assisted transfer to the pre-booked hotel. Take some rest in the hotel room and then embark on the sightseeing tour of the city. You will first visit the Rose Garden which is a retreat for the nature lovers. Located on the Elk Hill slopes in Ooty, this rose garden comprises a wide variety of roses. You can take a stroll and enjoy the time here encompassed by the lush greenery. Children can play here and enjoy their time.
Ooty Lake is another famous tourist attractions of the city which is being thrived by the tourists throughout the year. Here you can enjoy the paddle boat, rowing boat, and motorboats. There is a mini-train also in which children can take a ride and enjoy the time. The lake is spread over a sprawling area of 65 acres and you can spot some of the exotic species of birds here. The tranquil and serene surroundings can bring peace for you. Botanical Garden of Ooty will be the last stopover of the day. This garden is nestled in the lower slopes of the Doddabetta Peak. Botanical Garden is spread over a sprawling area of the 22 hectares and here you can spot the exotic and indigenous plants, shrubs, ferns, trees, herbals, and bonsai plants. The botanical garden is the home to the rare species of the trees. Another prominent feature of the garden is the Today Hill. Spend some quality time here and delve into the serenity of this place.
Return to the hotel in the evening and enjoy the dinner. Overnight stay at the hotel in Ooty.
On the 5th day of the tour will head towards Coonoor after having a delicious breakfast. During the Coonoor sightseeing tour, you will visit the Sim's Park, Lamb's Rock, Dolphin Nose and Ketti Valley. Sim’s Park is a treasure trove of some of the exquisite species of plant in the world. Spread over 12 hectares of land, this park boasts of 1,000 different species of flora. Take a walk amidst the lush greenery, and vibrant flowers which offer peace and tranquillity. After this, you will visit the Lamb’s Rock which offers the majestic view of the valley. The next stopover will be the Dolphin’s Nose. This looks like a nose of Dolphin and due to this place gets its name. This place offers the enchanting view of the Nilgiri Hills and Catherine Falls. Enjoy some quality time here with your loved ones away from the hustle-bustle of city life. This tranquil place is a paradise for nature lovers. Then you will visit the Ketti Valley. You can reach here by toy train and enjoy the panoramic views of the magnificent place. This is the perfect place to learn about the culture of Tamil Nadu. Enjoy the birdwatching and trekking here. Ketti Valley is the second largest gorge in the world and this place is encompassed by the Nilgiri Mountains.
After this, you will visit the Tea factory and Tea Museum. This place is drenched with the aroma of dif-ferent variety of teas and a nature retreat. The tea estate offers the bird’s eye view of how the tea is manufactured. You can also buy tea from here and take it as a souvenir for your loved ones. The last stopover of the day will be Doddabetta Peak. Situated at 10 km from Ooty and towering at a staggering height of 2,623 m above the sea level, this is the highest peak in the Nilgiri range. Encompassed with the dense forest, Doddabetta viewpoint offers a spellbound view of Mysore on the clear days. Enjoy the time amidst nature before leaving from here.
Later in the evening, return to the hotel in Ooty and enjoy the sumptuous dinner. Overnight stay at the hotel in Ooty.
On the last day of the Bangalore Mysore Ooty Coonoor package, after having breakfast you will check out from the hotel and head towards the Coimbatore or Bangalore to board the train or flight for your homebound journey.