Bangalore Mysore Ooty tour Package for 5 days 4 nights.
Bangalore Mysore Ooty tour package for 5 days and 4 nights starting from Bangalore City, and the package code is BMO5D4N, is a tour package in which 1 night each stay in Bangalore and Mysore, and 2 nights in Ooty stay with exploring and visiting the top sights of this region.
Pricing of Bangalore Mysore Ooty tour package for 5 days and 4 nights for the season 2022-2023.
|Total Cost||With Cab||Budget hotels||2-Star hotels||3-Star hotels||4-Star hotels||5-Star hotels||Resort|
|2 people||Etios||Rs 20500||Rs 22000||Rs 26000||Rs 31000||Rs 55000||Rs 26000|
|4 people||Innova||Rs 20500||Rs 22000||Rs 26000||Rs 31000||Rs 40000||Rs 26000|
|6 people||Innova||Rs 16500||Rs 18000||Rs 22000||Rs 27000||Rs 31000||Rs 22000|
|8 people||Tempo||Rs 19500||Rs 21000||Rs 25000||Rs 30000||Rs 35000||Rs 25000|
|10 people||Tempo||Rs 16500||Rs 18000||Rs 22000||Rs 27000||Rs 31000||Rs 22000|
Budget, Transportation, Accommodation, Food, and visiting top sights are the 5 major elements of this tour package, below is the step-by-step guide to effectively plan the tour to Bangalore, Mysore, and Ooty from anywhere in the World with ease.
Table of Contents an Over View of Bangalore Mysore Ooty tour package.
On Day 01, your Arrival at Bengaluru (also called Bangalore).
Upon your arrival in Bangalore, The Driver meets and greets you at any of the locations in Bangalore, After the initial meet and greet, pick up and then drive to the Hotel in Bangalore, after some rest drive to the top sightseeing places in Bangalore officially Bengaluru.
» No 1 attraction in Bangalore and the must-visit is Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Established in the year 1760 CE by Hyder Ali, Lalbagh is a treasure house of plants, the vibrant floral wealth of Lalbagh extends over an area of 97 hectares(240 acres) accommodating 1854 species, 673 genera, and 890 cultivars of plants. The star attractions of Lalbagh are famous:
› The Glass House was initially called the Albert Victor Conservatory; the Structure was modeled after England’s Crystal Palace.
› The Kempegowda II built the Kempegowda Watchtower in 16th Century CE.
› The Rock, aka Peninsular Gneiss at Lalbagh, a Geographical Monument of India, is one of the oldest rock formations on Earth, estimated 2500 to 3000 million years old.
› The Floral Clock is a seven-meter dial clock powered by solar and was gifted by HMT ( Hindustan Machine Tools Limited) some 35 years ago.
› The Bonsai Garden with Bonsai planets with ages between 5 years to 65 years are found here.
› The Rose garden with 150 Rose varieties with different colors.
› Hibiscus Garden has over 150 varieties and colors of Hibiscus flower plants planted here.
› Lalbagh also houses a Lotus pond, Lalbagh Lake, Cactus Garden, Fountains, and boating.
› Lalbagh Waterfalls is a man-made waterfall the new addition to the Lalbagh Botanical Garden, below is the video.
› Entry fees to visit the Lalbagh Botanical Garden is a sum of Rs 50/- per person, and in our experience when we visited this place it took around 5 hours to explore this vast 240 acres of garden, However, there is one more additional service is available that is an electrical vehicle which will cost Rs 125/- per person by which is garden can be explored within an hour, a good 3 hours can be saved.
» Dodda Basavanagudi popularly called the Bull Temple is your next destination as a tourist, and it is just 1.3 km from Lalbagh Botanical Garden, This temple dedicated to Demi-God Nandhi was built in the year 1537 CE by Kempe Gowda and houses the large granite Nandi monolith 15ft (4.6m) placed on a plinth in the temple.
» Dodda Ganesha temple is just 200 meters to Dodda Basavanagudi houses the huge single monolith statue of Lord Ganesha, it is only of its kind in the entire Bangalore, which was built about around 500 years as per priest of this temple Mr. Venugopal.
» Bugle Rock, locally called Kahale Bande, houses one of the earliest rock formations in India and is also a Watchtower built by Kempegowda in the 16th Century CE, if you are fond of Geography a must visit this place, it is only 300 meters to Dodda Ganesha Temple.
» Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple a cave temple, built by the Kempe Gowda I in 16th Century CE, having pillars in the Vijayanagara style of architecture, is one of the beautiful examples of India’s astrophysical Knowledge.
» By the time you finish visiting the above 5 places, time will be around 13:00 hrs, and its time for Lunch break for about 30 minutes, post lunch continue to visit the top sights.
» Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace is built entirely in Teak-Wood in Indo-Islamic architecture and was the summer residence of the Tipu Sultan in the Year 1791 CE.
» Venkatappa Art Gallery also called VAG houses the large collections of paintings, and musical instruments of the famous artist, K. Venkatappa (1886CE – 1965CE).
» Government Museum established in the year 1865 CE by the then Mysore State is one of the oldest museums in India. it is now an archaeological museum and houses rare collections of archaeological and geological artifacts including old jewelry, sculpture, coins, and inscriptions among the Halmidi inscriptions which is the earliest Kannada inscription dating back to the year 450 BCE.
» Visvesvaraya Industrial & Technological Museum (VITM) was inaugurated on 14 July 1962 in memory of Bharat Ratna Sir M Visvesvaraya. It has many theme-based galleys like Space – Emerging Technology in the Service of Mankind gallery, The ‘Science for Kids’ gallery, The Dinosaur Alive exhibit has a moving replica of a Spinosaurus, The Biotechnological Revolution, and many more.
» Cubbon Park is officially called Sri Chamarajendra Park was established in the Year 1870 CE and spans over 300 acres right in the Bangalore City center apart from floral treasures Cubbon park houses important monuments namely:
» Sheshadri Iyer Memorial Hall converted to State Central Library houses the largest collection of Books.
Jawahar Bal Bhavan a theme for kids established in the year 1967 CE, as a recreation hub for Children with Toy train rides, Horse rides, Boating, a Doll museum, educational programs, and fun activities.
» Bangalore Aquarium aka Government Aquarium is the second largest Aquarium in India, Established in the year 1983 CE houses a large collection of exotic cultivable, as well as ornamental fishes, that are on display.
» The Vidhana Soudha is the seat of the state legislature of Karnataka, constructed in Mysore Neo-Dravidian Style was completed in the year 1956. Hanumanthaiah aka Kengal Hanumanthaiah was the man behind this beautiful building who took only 6 years to redesign and finish this building. On Sundays and public holidays, this building will be illuminated.
» The Attara Kacheri was built in the year 1868 CE in the European Classic style and is one of the Historical buildings in Bangalore, and now it is used as Karnataka High Court.
» Chinnaswamy Cricket Stadium, UB city India’s First Luxury Mall, MG Road, Brigade Road, and Commercial street, are nearby other attractions.
» National Gallery of Modern Art houses paintings by modern & contemporary Indian artists.
» Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium was established in the year 1989, the main attraction is the Sky Theatre comprising a 15-meter hemispherical dome on which the projection is made, and offers shows in Kannada and English. Besides that, there is also a Science park, with over forty Interactive Exhibits.
» HAL Heritage Centre and Aerospace Museum were established in 2001, India’s first aerospace museum is located at Hindustan Aeronautics Limited premises. Showcases the 6-decade journey of the Indian Aviation Journey.
» Shivoham Shiva Temple open 24/7 dedicated to Lord Shiva, houses the largest Shiva statue in India.
» Bangalore palace a royal palace has a floor area of 45,000 square ft, and grounds of 454 acres, built between the years 1874-1878 CE.
» Late in the evening visit to ISKCON stands for International Society for Krishna Consciousness, this Radha Krishna temple built on the hillock known as Hare Krishna Hill is one of the Largest ‘ISKCON temples in the World. ISKCON was founded by A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada and has established more than 600 centers across the globe with millions of followers, and this Radha Krishna temple is the most visited in Bangalore. Nearby this temple is the World famous Mysore Sandalwood soap factory and an outlet.
» by 9 pm you will also be feeling the tiredness and it’s time for some Shopping, Bangalore has two Geographical Indications produced “Bangalore blue Grapes and Bangalore Rose Onion”.
Below is the video of the Geographical indication tagged “Bangalore Blue Grapes”, you should be buying while visiting Bangalore, it costs around Rs 60/- per KG.
you will be Driven back to the hotel and for an overnight stay in Bangalore Hotel.
On Day 02: Bangalore to Mysore via NH 275, Ramanagaram, Channapatna, and Mandya 4 hours journey:
Today early in the morning before 8:00 hrs you have to Wake up to some of the world’s best and oldest Breakfasts like Idli, Masala Dosa, and Rava Idli, and then Checkout from the hotel by 9:00 hrs, and then drive to Mysore on the way you will be visiting the below top sights as follows:
» Ramanagaram is nicknamed the silk city, and the popular Bollywood movie Sholay was shooted here. And Ramadevara Betta Hill is India’s only Vulture Sanctuary Known as Ramadevara Betta Vulture Sanctuary.
» Channapatna is famous for its Geographical indication tag “Channapatna Toys & Dolls” traditional handmade toys and dolls, sandalwood carvings use only natural dyes and colors and the dolls are eco-friendly, you will be amazed to see the exquisite Ivory wood carvings, and the price of these toys starts from as low as Rs 25.00 onwards, below is the video of those toys ↓.
» Mandya is nicknamed the sugar city famous for sugar factories and Jaggery and popular for Tender Coconut water, and Mandya is a region of Karnataka produces the highest quantity of Sugarcane, you can visit one of the Jaggery making houses locally called as “Ale mane” and learn the art of making Jaggery, below is the video of the same ↓.
» Srirangapatna is a Historical Town, a river island formed by River Kaveri. The top sights and places of interest here are as below.
› Sri Ranganathaswamy temple dates back to the 10th century CE, and this is one of the five sacred Temples of Sri Maha Vishnu popularly known as “Pancharanga Kshetrams” in Southern India, by visiting this temple you will be feeling the bliss of divine, the darshan takes hardly 30 minutes, below is the video of the temple↓
› Ganjam a local village known for rose flower production and yummy Gulkand made out of it, you must try this Flower vegetable dish made out of Roses, Honey, and candy sugar. Jammy taste of this Gulkand surprisingly costs only Rs 30, this Ganjam Village is on the way to Sri Nimishamba Devi Temple.
› Tipu sultan summer Palace, aka Dariya Daulat with mural paintings still in good shape, and a Royal Garden.
› Sangama is the three rivers, namely Kaveri, Kabini & Hemavathi, rivers confluence, this place is truly mesmerizing, nature at its best, you can also watch some exotic birds here, below is the video↓
› Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary is the largest bird sanctuary in Karnataka on the banks of the Kaveri river. Around 169 exotic birds are found here. you can watch these birds like the painted stork, Asian openbill stork, low spoonbill, woolly-necked stork, black-headed ibis, lesser whistling duck, Indian shag, stork-billed kingfisher, egret, cormorant, Oriental darter, and heron The excellent stone plover, river tern, large flock of streak-throated swallows.
› Mahadevapura bird sanctuary is also nearby if you are interested in bird watching means you will be driven to this place also.
› by this time you visit these places it will be between 13:00 hrs to 14:00 hrs, and it’s time for Lunch.
» Check in to the hotel in Mysore, then head towards Mysore Zoo, officially the Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Garden, houses over 168 species and is spread over 157 acres, and it is near Mysore palace. Entry fees are Rs 100. and by choosing an electric vehicle for Rs 150. per person, will save 2 hours for you. Bengal Tiger, Lion, Asian Elephants, African Elephant, Gaur, Giraffe, Ostrich, Emu, Anaconda, Zebra, and Hyena, are some of the star attractions of this Zoo, below is the Video of the Mysore Zoo.
» After Zoo, visit St. Philomena’s Cathedral, the second tallest church in Asia (the first being Our Lady of Dolours Basilica in Thrissur) Constructed in the year 1936 CE using the Neo-Gothic style, which was inspired by Cologne Cathedral in Germany.
» KRS dam aka Krishna Raja Sagara is the primary source of water for both irrigation and drinking water in Mysore, Mandya, and most of Bangalore City. Construction started in 1924, the Ruler of Mysore Kingdom Sri Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV and The Chief Engineer and also Diwan of Mysore Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya, Together built Asia’s biggest dam then. Brindavan garden inspired by Shalimar Gardens of Srinagar, located on the banks of the KRS dam lights up in the evening light, and it’s a music fountain garden.
» Mysore has many geographical indication (GI)tags for produce and crafts namely, Mysore-silks, ganjifa, Mysore-Banana, Mysore-Sandalwood, Mysore-mallige (Jasmine), Mysore- Agarbathi, Mysore Pak, Late evening time for some shopping. and then drive back to the hotel for an overnight stay in Mysore. Below is the video of Mysore Pak, a sweet dish prepared by using, Gram flour, Sugar, water, and cow ghee, it is famous in entire Mysore ↓.
» Please note Mysore Zoo and Karanji Lake is a holiday on Tuesdays, Mysore palace, Sand Museum, Sri Chamundeshwari Temple at Chamundi hills, can be planned accordingly.
On Day 03: Mysore to Ooty via NH 766 and NH 181 distance of 130 km and a 4-7 hour journey.
Today you have to get ready by 6:00 hrs in the morning, drive to Chamundi hills to visit the,
» Sri Chamundeshwari temple: As per Adi Guru Sri Shankaracharya Astadasha Shakti Peetha Stotram, the Chamundi hills are one of the Astadasa Shakti Peetha. One of the seven most sacred peaks in South India.
» Chamundi Hills and its surrounding area is mentioned as KraunchaPitham in Skanda Purana this place is referred to as KraunchaPuri. Sri Mahabaleshwara temple: Originally built in the 8th Century Dedicated to Lord Sri Shiva, the charming architecture of Hoysala, Ganga, Chola, Vijayanagar, and other kings. Mahishasura statue, the Statue of Demon from which the current name of Mysore is derived. Nandi statue big bull: Third largest monolithic statue of Nandi in India is carved out of Single black granite. Also a panoramic view of Mysore City, Mysore palace, and Lalitha mahal palace. it will take at least 1 hour for you to explore all these monuments in Chamundi Hills.
» Did you know, the present-day Mysore name is derived from the name of a demon by the name Mahishasura, a statue is dedicated to him, below is the video of Mahishasura located in Chamundi hill.
» by 8:00 hrs drive back to the hotel, time for Breakfast, and before 9:00 hrs you have to check out from the hotel and drive to visit,
» Amba Vilas Palace aka Mysore Palace the official residence of Wodeyars. This palace is the most visited tourist spot in India second only to the Taj Mahal. Amba Villas aka Mysore palace is a cutting-edge masterpiece of building technology, mural paintings, Painting by Raja Ravi Varma, Sandalwood carvings, Thanjavur paintings, Ivory Carvings, Antique pieces, and Durbar Hall. Mysore Palace light illumination is on Sundays and all public holidays in the evening. Sound and light programs are between 7 and 7:45, except on Sundays and public holidays. we suggest you hire a guide in Mysore palace who charges Rs 400/- for couples, by this you will understand more, and explore more of this massive size palace.
» Inside premises of Mysore palace: There are 12 temples, namely, Someshwara Temple, Lakshmi Ramana Temple, Shweta Varahaswamy Temple, Sri Prasanna Krishna Swamy Temple, Sri Bhuvaneshwari Temple, Kodi Someshwara Swamy Temple, Sri Gayatri Temple, Sri Trineshwara temple and others. Some are built in the 14th Century. The Annapurna, another Building beside Mysore palace, houses the exclusive collections of Costumes and dress materials of the yesteryears kings and queens. This was built some 600 years ago.
» Nanjangud officially known as Nanjangudu on the banks of the River Kapila Srikanteshwara Temple is an 11th Century built Temple. In Nanjangud town also famous for the GI tag Banana the “Nanjangud Rasabale” does not miss this season between March and July. below is the Video of the Srikanteshwara Temple↓
» Gundlupet can be called Gateway to Ooty, Wayanad, and the last big town on the Karnataka border also famous for the 10th century Vijayanarayana Temple.
» Himavad Gopalaswamy Betta: At a height of 4757 feet MSL’s highest peak in the Bandipur National Park in the core area. Dense fog predominates and covers the hills around.
» Bandipur Tiger Reserve And National Park, Jungle Jeep safari is possible, timings 6 am to 9.30 am. Bandipur National park is the first national park in India to use drones to track poachers. Deers, Elephants, Bison, Black-faced monkey, and other wild animals roam freely on the road itself.
» Mudumalai National Park is adjacent to Bandipur National park both are part of the vast Niligiri Biosphere. Masinagudi is one of the remote villages in Mudumalai national park from here Ooty peaks can be enjoyed.
» After Madumalai, you will be reaching Gudalur and entering the Tamilnadu state from Karnataka state, The Taxi cab which has been provided to you has to take the Interstate permit here, it will take 15-30 minutes, the driver will take off those things, in the meantime, you can have the Lunch break here.
» Gudalur is one of the rarest places, here Western Ghats Mountain Range meets the Eastern Ghats Mountain Range, from here Ghat road starts and the climate gets cold, below is the video of the Gudalur town↓.
» Frog Hill View Point is one of the marvelous hillocks on the way to Ooty. the shape looks like a frog, hence the name frog Hill, from here the Ooty sightseeing starts, below is the video of Frog Hill ↓
» Needle Rock viewpoint a trekking path of 600 meters leads to a cliff view and Frog hill View, from here you can see the panoramic view of the Nilgiris Hills, breathtaking view of the Gudalur, and nearby villages from 5000 feet height.
» Wilson Plantation here Eucalyptus Trees which were planted in the year 1871 CE to meet the firewood requirement of the then Summer capital of British, Ooty. now it is one of the most popular photoshoot points, below is the video of Wilson plantation, even you can take photos here and remember one of the Bollywood songs.
» Ooty Film Shooting point, also called Wenlock Downs 9th Mile Shooting point is a hilltop with a 360-degree panoramic view of the Eastern Ghats, you can spend at least 1 hour enjoying here.
» Pykara Lake on the backdrop of the Pine forest is ideal for boating, Pykara Falls is the most visited Falls in Ooty, Pykara village is scenic and you can see the step farming, cabbage, and Ooty carrot. Ooty-apple cultivation here.
» Pine forest and Kama Raja Sagara dam backwater is the next place which you are going to visit, by this time it will be evening enjoy the sunset here, this is also a very popular Film shooting point and its very scenic place, below is the video of the Pine Forest Ooty. ↓
» Reach Udhagamandalam, abbreviated as Udhagai and Ooty, Check into the hotel, and after some rest. drive to the Ooty Market or Tibetan Market, Ooty home chocolates, and some exotic fruits are things you should be buying while on a trip to Ooty. drive back to the Hotel and Overnight stay.
On Day 04: Ooty must see Sightseeing.
After breakfast by 8:00 am you will be driven to the following top sights in Ooty,
» Coonoor is famous for Nilgiri Tea production, Sim’s Park established in the year 1847 CE is a botanical garden with over 200 varieties of Trees from all over the world. Dolphin’s Nose Coonoor is the beauty of Western Ghats. Lamb’s rock is a mountain range view.
» Kotagiri is the oldest hill station of Nilgiris, famous for Tea estates, Catherine Falls, Kodanad View Point, and Longwood Shola.
» Doddabetta peak: At an elevation of 8652 feet, it is the fourth highest peak in South India and the highest in the Nilgiris range. panoramic 360-degree view of Ooty, Mettupalayam/Coimbatore, avalanche dam, and Mukurthi Peak, Due to its height it may rain anytime here, so you should be carrying an umbrella.
» Doddabetta Tea Factory and Chocolate Museum, you will be gaining knowledge about not only how Tea leaves are processed, but also the art of Making proper Tea Brewing.
» Nilgiri Mountain Railway: Built in the year 1908 CE, relies on its fleet of steam locomotives. UNESCO added the Nilgiri Mountain Railway as an extension to the World Heritage Site. Diesel locomotives have taken over from steam on the section between Coonoor and Udhagamandalam.
» Ooty Lake & Boathouse: The Boathouse offers Paddle boats, Rowboats, and Motorboats. This is an artificial lake constructed by John Sullivan, in the year 1824, with additional charges.
» Thread Garden First time in the World Unique World Record, Aery natural Looking Embroidery Garden bearing full of beautiful plants, Flowers, Grass, Lotus, ponds, etc., This Miracle “Thread Graden” is exclusively designed using more than 60 million meters of Natural colorful Embroidery threads with the effort of 50 specially trained artists for 12 years not using any needle of Machine.
»The Government Rose Garden is the most spacious in India, situated on the slopes of Elk Hill close to Ooty town, which is awarded by the World Federation of Rose Societies Award of “Garden Excellence” Osaka, Japan in the year 2006.
»The Government Botanical Garden: covers an area of 22 hectares and is one of the major attractions in Ooty.
» Karnataka Siri Horticulture Garden located in Fern Hill area of Ooty is one of the most beautiful landscapes in Ooty, it will be open till 18:30 hrs, below is the video of this garden ↓.
» Evening free for shopping and visit to the Thunder world is a Kids’ amusement park and food park. Overnight stay in Ooty.
On Day 05: From Ooty back to Bangalore a distance of 300 km approx 9-12 hrs journey.
After breakfast, Check out from the hotel and drive back to Bengaluru and drop at your desired location, Airport/Bus Station / Railway station, and tour concludes with happy memories.
» Please note that there will be heavy traffic on Sundays please advise your Return journey details well in advance so that we can plan the drop timings accordingly.
|Total Cost||With Cab||Budget hotels||2-Star hotels||3-Star hotels||4-Star hotels||5-Star hotels||Resort|
Pricing of Bangalore Mysore Ooty tour package 5 days additional information:
- Above mentioned prices are for 2 people sharing 1 room
- The cost will slightly vary during the following periods, which is considered as Peak season, due to high public demand, please cooperate for the higher rates.
|Table of Inclusions in the Bangalore Mysore Ooty tour package.|
|1||Private dedicated car from start to finish.|
|2||Well-appointed room accommodation for 1-night in Bangalore.|
|3||Well-appointed room accommodation for 1-night in Mysore.|
|4||Well-appointed room accommodation for 2-nights in Ooty.|
|5||All Ground transfers pick up and drop in the same car.|
|6||Parking fees, Toll, and Interstate permit for the Car.|
|7||Service of a Driver who can Speak Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Hindi, and English.|
|9||Every day Sightseeing as per the above-mentioned tour itinerary.|
|10||Complimentary Breakfast between 7:30 am to 9:30 am in the Hotels.|
|11||Dedicated tour manager services 24/7, one-point contact.|
|12||5 Liters of Mineral Water each day.|
|13||Lunch in the Vegetarian Hotel during sightseeing.|
|14||Dinner in the popular Hotel during night halts.|
in the below following table, each of the items is mentioned in detail, which is not included in the pricing we have mentioned in the above pricing table.
|Table of Exclusions|
|1||All types of Entrance Fees to visit like, monuments, Gardens, and Palaces.|
|2||Mineral water bottle beyond the 5 liters per day, is additional charges.|
|3||Domestic travel insurance.|
|4||Personal Expenses like Tips, Shopping, Camera & Videography Charges, and Medical insurance.|
|5||Refunds for Skipped breakfast, lunch, and dinner.|
|6||Deviation from the original accepted plan.|
|7||Early arrival and late Checkout, unless subject to availability at Hotels/Resorts.|
|8||Flight tickets from and to your place.|
|9||Train tickets from and to your place.|
|10||Bus tickets from and to your place.|
|11||for taking photography in some monuments it’s charged, thus not included.|
|12||Boating in Karanji lake, Ooty Lake, Lalbagh lake, and Pykara dam is not included.|
|13||Medicals and phone expenses.|
|14||All other personal expenses whichever are not mentioned in the above inclusions table are not included.|
Accommodation is one of the most important elements in the Bangalore, Mysore, and Ooty tour package, below is the detailed table in which all types of Accommodation in Hotels, Resorts, Homestays, and Serviced apartments to suit your budget are mentioned you are free to choose your hotels for a comfortable stay.
The below image is an example of a 3-star hotel In Mysore,
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Taxi cabs, Coaches, Buses, and Tempo Traveler options are available for the Bangalore Mysore Ooty tour package:
Cab Taxi hires from Cities for the season 2022-23.
|2 to 4 people||Etios, Swift Aircon|
|6-12 People||Tempo Traveler.|
|12-21 People||Mini Bus 21 seater.|
|21-.35 people||Bus luxury Push back Aircon.|
|35-55 people||Bus semi push back non Aircon|
|From cities||Bangalore, Mysore, Mangalore, Udupi, Dharwar, Hubbali, Davangere, Arasikere, Calicut, Tirupati, Coimbatore, Madurai, Chennai, and Chittoor|
Question 1. What are interesting facts about Bangalore, Mysore, and Ooty which make people Visit them?
Ans. Below is the table of the Top 20 Interesting facts about Bangalore, Mysore, and Ooty, these made Bangalore, Mysore, and Ooty the most visited tourist destination in entire southern India.
|Top 21 Interesting facts about Bangalore, Mysore, and Ooty|
|1||Bangalore is on an elevation of more than 3000 feet ASL and enjoys a pleasant climate throughout the year.|
|2||Lalbagh, the botanical garden houses many exotic herbs, shrubs, and trees. One such tree is (mimusops elengi ) common name is Bakula tree, a Bullet wood tree besides its medical uses in Ayurveda, the flowers of this plant are used as Garland by Sri Krishna and Sri Mahavishnu.|
|3||On August 5, 1905 CE, Bangalore got the first electric street lights on Avenue Road, and also the First in Asia.|
|4||In Bangalore and Mysore, don’t miss two of the world’s best and oldest breakfast items, Idli & Dosa, which has got more than 1500 years of History. In one of the manuscripts of 6th Century Kannada Vaddaradhane by Shivakotiacharya, the recipe is described, and then Idli was known as Idarika, and dosa was known as Dosika.|
|5||The Brindavan Gardens, one of the most beautiful gardens of India, was inspired by Shalimar bagh of Kashmir.|
|6||Bannerghatta National Park in Bangalore houses India’s first Butterfly park.|
|7||HMT Heritage Centre and Museum, India’s first machine manufacturing company, learn more about engines.|
|8||At NIMHANS (National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences) experience the brain, the Country’s first-ever Brain Museum.|
|9||Dodda Alada Mara ( Big Banyan Tree) is roughly 400 years old, gigantic spreading over 3 acres is one of the largest of its kind in India.|
|10||Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple, a natural rock cave, was cut into a temple in the year 1537 CE by Hiriya Kempe Gowda, here the rays of the Sun during Makar Sankranti (when the sun moves to the Capricorn zodiac) fall on the Shiva linga Idol.|
|11||The Railway Museum at Mysore outdoor exhibition of Indian railway locomotives.|
|12||Shivanasamudra falls were formed by the river Kaveri, in the year 1902 CE Asia’s first-ever hydroelectric power stations were set up.|
|13||Talakadu is a desert-like town, also one of the Pancha Narayana Kshetram, and Pancha linga Darshan.|
|14||Thonnur Kere was built more than 1000 years back, one of the largest and oldest lakes in Karnataka, never dried in its History.|
|15||In 1882 CE at the Ootacamund Club, the Snooker game was invented.|
|16||John Sullivan discovered Ooty in 1820 near present-day Elk hill.|
|17||Ooty officially known as Udagamandalam was the summer capital of the British East India Company.|
|18||Built in the year 1902 CE, the Nilgiri Mountain Railway is on the UNESCO World Heritage site.|
|19||Mysore palace is the most visited tourist spot in India second only to the Taj Mahal|
|20||Doddabetta peak at an elevation of 8652 feet, is the fourth highest peak in South India and the highest in the Nilgiris range|
|21||India has 5 climate zones, Bangalore and Ooty are the only two locations in South India that falls in the Cold climate zone.|
Question 2. What are special items or products which can be purchased during a visit to Bangalore, Mysore, and Ooty?
Ans. Below is the List of the top 16 geographical indications (GI) tagged items that you can purchase during the Bangalore, Mysore, and Ooty tours.
|Top 16 geographical indications (GI) tagged items of Bangalore, Mysore, and Ooty|
|1||Bangalore rose onion.|
|2||Bangalore Blue Grapes.|
|3||Channapatna Toys & Dolls.|
|6||Mysore Rosewood Inlay.|
|7||Mysore Sandalwood oil.|
|8||Mysore Sandal Soap.|
|9||Mysore Traditional paintings.|
|10||Mysore Betel Leaf.|
|11||Ganjifa cards of Mysore.|
|15||Ooty Homemade Chocolates.|
Question 3. How and where to reach for the Bangalore, Mysore, and Ooty tour package?
Ans. For this Package, your arrival and departure should be in Bangalore city, which is well connected by Air, Train, and State Transport Buses.
» If you are coming by Air then pick from Kempegowda International Airport, which is an international airport serving Bangalore Codes (IATA: BLR, ICAO: VOBL).
» If you are coming by Train means we can pick from any of these Railway stations in Bangalore, Krantivira Sangolli Rayanna Bengaluru is the central Railway Junction; Station Code is (KSR), Yelahanka Junction (YNK), Yeshwanthpur Junction (YPR), Krishnarajapuram (KJM), and Bangalore Cantonment (BNC).
» If you are coming by Bus means we can pick you up from any of these Bus stations in Bangalore, like
Kempegowda Bus Station, aka Majestic Bus Station, Interstate Bus Station, Mysore Road Satellite Bus Station, Shantinagar Bus Station, Basaveshwara Satellite Bus Terminal.
Bangalore to Mysore to Ooty and Back to Banglore Map is below ↓.
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Below are the Top 55 Sights, in the Bangalore Mysore Ooty tour package, which is must visit during the tour.
|Top Sights in Bangalore, Mysore, and Ooty||Entry Fees||Timings|
|1||Lalbagh Botanical Garden||Rs 50/-||6am-6.30pm|
|3||ISCKON Sri Krishna temple||Free||5am-8.30pm|
|4||HAL Heritage Centre and Aerospace Museum||Rs 50/-||9am-5:30pm|
|5||Government Museum||Rs 10/-||9am-5:30pm|
|6||Visvesvaraya Industrial & Technological Museum (VITM)||Rs 50/-||9am-5:30pm|
|7||Sheshadri Iyer Memorial Hall||Free||9am-4:30pm|
|8||Bangalore Aquarium aka Government Aquarium||Rs 50/-||6am-4:30pm|
|9||Vidhana Soudha||Free||24 hrs|
|10||National Gallery of Modern Art||Rs 30/-||6am-6.30pm|
|11||Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium||Rs 50/-||6am-6.30pm|
|12||Shivoham Shiva Temple||Free||24 hrs|
|13||Bangalore palace||Rs 230/-||10am-5:30pm|
|14||Ramadevara Betta Vulture Sanctuary||Free||9am-4:30pm|
|17||Srirangapatna||Free||5 am-8 pm|
|18||Dariya Daulat||Rs 50/-||10am-5:30pm|
|19||Sangama||Free||5 am-8 pm|
|20||Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary||Rs 50/-||10am-5:30pm|
|21||Mahadevapura bird sanctuary||Free||5 am-8 pm|
|22||St. Philomena’s Cathedral||Free||5 am-8 pm|
|23||Krishna Raja Sagara||Rs 50/-||10am-5:30pm|
|24||Chamundi Hill||Free||5 am-8 pm|
|25||Lalitha Mahal palace||Rs 100/-||10am-5:30pm|
|26||Srikanteshwara Temple||Free||5 am-8 pm|
|27||Bandipur National Park:||Free||6am-8pm|
|28||Mudumalai National Park||Free||6am-8pm|
|30||Needle Rock viewpoint||Rs 10/-||10am-5:30pm|
|31||Frog Hill viewpoint||Free||10am-5:30pm|
|33||Ooty Film Shooting point||Rs 25/-||10am-5:30pm|
|34||Pykara Lake||Rs 25/-||10am-5:30pm|
|35||Pykara Falls||Rs 25/-||10am-5:30pm|
|36||Pykara Falls||Rs 25/-||10am-5:30pm|
|37||Coonoor||Free||5 am-8 pm|
|38||Dolphin’s Nose||Rs 25/-||10am-5:30pm|
|39||Kotagiri||Free||5 am-8 pm|
|40||Doddabetta peak||Rs 20/-||5 am-8 pm|
|41||Doddabetta Tea Factory and Chocolate Museum,||Free||5 am-8 pm|
|42||Nilgiri Mountain Railway||Rs 30/-||10am-5:30pm|
|43||Ooty Lake & Boathouse||Rs 30/-||10am-5:30pm|
|44||Thread Garden||Rs 30/-||10am-5:30pm|
|45||The Government Rose Garden||Rs 50/-||10am-5:30pm|
|46||The Government Botanical Garden||Rs 100/-||10am-5:30pm|
|47||Karnataka Siri Horticulture Garden||Rs 25/-||10am-5:30pm|
|51||Karanji Lake||Rs 25/-||10am-5:30pm|
|52||Catherine Falls||Free||5 am-8 pm|
|53||Devaraja Market||Free||5 am-8 pm|
|54||Railway museum||Rs 25/-||10am-5:30pm|
|55||Tea Park||Rs 25/-||10am-5:30pm|