Hill Stations of South India

5 Nights Itinerary Covering: Bangalore - Coorg – Wayanad


Overview

With the Coorg Wayanad tour you will be able to truly explore the beautiful hill stations of South India. Think of a blissful holiday and the Southern India hill stations offers the perfect respite. Unlike the North Indian hill stations, the ones in the South do not receive snowfall. They are blessed with lush slopes, mountain peaks hill in mists, salubrious weather, tea gardens, coffee plantations, and other refreshing experiences. Our 5-day Coorg Wayanad tour package covers the incredible bliss of the hill stations of South India. The freshness of hills gives you a tranquil experience along with sightseeing and adventure activities. The South India tour package is perfect for family holidays, romantic honeymoon and a relaxing vacation.

Highlights

  • Walk through coffee estates and orchards at Coorg
  • Hike to the Madikeri Fort
  • Pray at the temple of Lord Omkareshwara
  • Explore the Glasshouse in Kottamuda
  • Admire the pre-historic Edakkal Caves
  • Visit the Banasura Sagar Dam

Itinerary

Day 1 - Bangalore - Coorg

On your arrival in Bangalore airport/ railway station, you are escorted to Coorg. The 5-hour drive from Bangalore to Coorg is a picturesque experience. Watch the city go by as your car slowly makes towards the misty hills.

Coorg: Snuggled in the charming bliss of Western Ghats, Coorg is a perfect hill station getaway in South India. The hill slopes blanketed in tea gardens, hill peaks draped in snow, while countless streams and waterfalls add to its allure. The beautiful hill station beckons adventure enthusiast such as trekkers and rock climbers. The pleasant weather suits honeymoon couples, families and anyone who would like to escape the city life to bask in nature’s bliss.

On your arrival in Coorg, get assistance with check- in at the pre-booked hotel. Spend the rest of the day at your leisure in the comfort of the hotel. You can also choose to stroll through the town, enjoy the view and have a good time.

Stay the night at the hotel.

Day 2 - Coorg

Start the day with a hearty breakfast in the hotel. The day is planned out for the half-day sightseeing tour in Coorg.

Start with exploring the beautiful coffee plantations and orchards spread over the slopes. Hike to the Madikeri Fort, the 17th century fortress that overlooks the town offering scenic views as well as heritage of the hill town. Also, pay a visit to an ancient temple of Lord Omkareshwara.

After enjoying the sights of the hill town, return to the hotel for an overnight stay.

Day 3 - Coorg - Wayanad

Start the day with another sumptuous breakfast. Later, pack your bags and check out of the hotel at Coorg and leave for Wayanad by car. The 4 hour drive is one of the most beautiful routes in India. Pass by lush valleys, misty hills, waterfalls and scenic hamlets.

Upon your arrival in Wayanad, check in at the pre-booked hotel. The rest of the day is at your own leisure. You can choose to explore the town on your own, enjoy the view and have a great time. Get back to the hotel for the night.

Day 4 - Wayanad

Post breakfast at the hotel, get ready for sightseeing tour of Wayanad.

Pay a visit to the Glass house at Kottamuda. Trek to the Chembra Peak enjoying the view of the hills and also a heart-shaped lake. Explore the pre-historic Edakkal Caves. The natural caves are a treasure of stone-age paintings, carvings and art. The Banasura Sagar Dam is the largest earthen dam in the world built of the river, making it a makeshift home to birdlife, wildlife and thrilling activities. Other popular sites to explore are Pazhassi tomb and more. Later, return to the hotel for an overnight stay.

Day 5 - Wayanad/Calicut Departure

The Coorg to Wayanad trip of the hill stations of South India ends today. After breakfast, get timely transfer to the Calicut airport or railway station for your further journey with fond memories.

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