Indian Food, Vegetables, Fruits, and Places
Indian Food, Vegetables, Fruits, and Places

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Bangalore Mysore Coorg Wayanad tour package itinerary for 7 days 6 nights:

Day 01 Arrival at Bangalore:

upon arrival at Kempegowda international Airport, Railway stations like Kranti Veera Sangolli Rayanna railway station, Bangalore Cantonment, Krishnarajapuram Junction and Kempegowda Bus Station, introduces driver and then drive to Hotel, check into Hotel and After some rest and relaxation drive to local sightseeing Covering the below tourist places with includes Botanical Gardens, Parks, Temple, Shopping Malls and others.

  • Lalbagh Botanical Gardens, 18th-century garden lay down by Hyder Ali. Some centuries-old trees can be found here. Peninsular Gneiss aka Lalbagh rock is one of the oldest rock formations on earth estimated 3000 million years old, preserved by Government. Inside this park there is also a Bonsai Garden, There are 700 bonsai plants aging from 5 to 35 years comprising of different varieties of tree species. Bugle Rock is a massive rock in the Near Basavanagudi, Estimated age of about 3,000 million years. The Geological Survey of India has listed this site, one of the 26 such sites in the country, as “Geological Monuments of India”.
  • Dodda Basavana Gudi temple Constructed in 16th Century one of the largest Nandi statue in India Carved out of Single hard rock. Dodda Ganesha temple, The biggest in Bangalore. A monolith of proportions 18 feet high and 16 feet wide, and by far the most visited Sri Ganesha temple in Bangalore.
  • Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace is a small palace of the 18th century. Bangalore fort built-in 1537 by KempeGowda 1 the founder of Bangalore, located near Kalasipalyam.
  • Visvesvaraya Industrial Technological Museum, constituent unit of National Council of Science Museums, established in memory of Bharat Ratna Sir M Visvesvaraya. Venkatappa Art Gallery and Museum, located on the premises of Cubbon Park, opposite UB city, is named after famous artist Sri K Venkatappa. Houses large interesting collections of Coins, besides 2500 years old Halmidi inscription the oldest till date found Kannada literature. Also, the Government Museum, in this complex is one of the oldest in India.
  • The Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium contains the Science Park and the Science Centre and Sky Theatre. Sky Theatre includes the use of different visuals such as computer animations, cartoon special-effects, and video clippings.
  • Vidhana Soudha & Vikasa Soudha, the seat of the state legislature of Karnataka a magnificent stone building.
  • Bangalore Palace located in palace grounds Entry fees Rs. 250 per person.
  • Bridge Road, M G road & Commercial Street for shopping activities.
  • Iskcon temple contemporary design temple dedicated to Lord Krishna.
  • Drive back to the hotel by evening Overnight Stay in Bangalore hotel.

Day 02: Bangalore to Mysore distances 150 km 5-7 hour’s journey via NH 275, Ramanagaram, Channapatna, Maddur, Mandya, Srirangapatna route.

Morning Breakfast before 8 hrs, Checkout from the Hotel and then drive to Mysore en-route visiting sightseeing places like,

  • Ramanagaram, the silk city even today it is popular as Ramgarh because of the famous Hindi movie Sholay was shot here. It also houses Ramadevara betta (betta means Hill) which is now India’s only Vulture Sanctuary.
  • Channapatna, famous for its Geographical indication tag “Channapatna Toys & Dolls” traditional handmade toys and dolls without the use of Modern chemical colors.
  • Srirangapatna, the river island formed by River Kaveri: Ranganathaswamy temple the Adiranga and Srirangam being the antyaranga. Ganjam, a typical local village known for rose flower production and yummy Gulkand made out of it.
  • Dariya Daulat Bagh aka Tipu sultan summer Palace via Ganjam with mural paintings still in good shape, and a Royal Garden. Sangama, three rivers namely Kaveri, Kabini & Hemavathi, rivers confluence.
  • Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary is the largest bird sanctuary in Karnataka, on the banks of the Kaveri river. Around 169 exotic birds can be seen here. Of these, the painted stork, Asian openbill stork, common spoonbill, woolly-necked stork, black-headed ibis, lesser whistling duck, Indian shag, stork-billed kingfisher, egret, cormorant, Oriental darter, and heron The great stone plover, river tern, large flock of streak-throated swallows. Mahadevapura bird sanctuary is also nearby if you are Bird watcher you can try this place also. Reach Mysore city check into the hotel after lunch proceeds to Mysore popular tourist spots,
  • Amba Vilas 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 cutting edge masterpiece of building technology, mural paintings, Painting by Raja Ravi Varma, Sandalwood carvings, Thanjavur paintings, Ivory Carvings, Antique pieces, Durbar Hall. Mysore Palace light illumination is on Sundays and all public holidays in the evening. Sound and light programs are arranged on all days between 7 and 7:45, except on Sundays and public holidays. Inside this premises, there are 12 temples namely, Someshvara Temple, Lakshmi Ramana Temple, Shwetha Varaha Swamy 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 Anthapura 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.
  • Mysore zoo, officially the Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Garden houses over 168 species and spread over 157 acres and its near to Mysore palace. Entry fees Rs 50.  and by vehicle Rs 120. per person.
  • Philomena’s church, Catholic Church built in honor of St. Philomena, Neo-Gothic style constructed in 1936 and very recently renovated.
  • Karanji lake,Houses the India’s biggest walk-through aviary (flight cages), Butterfly park, migratory birds like, Sandpipers, The Herons, Asian openbill storks, Brown Shrike, Egrets, Red wattle lapwing, Rose-ringed parakeet, Black Durango, red-whiskered bulbul, Booted Warbler, Sunbirds, Greenish Warbler Paradise, Flycatchers can be seen here. The sarus crane, the tallest of the flying bird can be found here.
  • Sand Museum located on the foothills of Chamundi hills, must visit if you are the lover of Sand art.
  • Sri Chamundeshwari Temple, As per Adi Guru Shri Shankaracharya’s Astadasa Shakti Peeta Stotram, Chamundi hills is one of the Astadasa Shakti Peeta. one of the seven most sacred hills in South India. This place aka KraunchaPitham in Skanda Purana this place referred to as KraunchaPuri. Sri Mahabaleshwara temple, Originally built in the 8th Century Dedicated to Lord Sri Shiva, winsome architecture of Hoysala, Ganga, Chola, Vijayanagar and other kings. Mahishasura statue, the Statue of Demon by which the current name of Mysore is derived. Nandi statue big bull, Third largest monolithic statue of Nandi in India carved out of Single black granite. Also panoramic view of Mysore City, Mysore palace, Lalitha mahal palace.
  • Kukkarahalli lake, Jayachamarajendra Art Gallery, Jaganmohan Palace, Railway Museum and other places can also be covered if time permits.
  • KRS dam aka Krishna Raja Sagara is the main source of water for both irrigation and drinking water in Mysore, Mandya and most part of Bangalore City. Construction started in 1924 the Ruler of Mysore Kingdom ShriKrishnaraja wodeyar IV and The Chief Engineer and also Diwan of Mysore Sir Moksha Gundam Visvesvaraya, Together built the Asia’s biggest dam then. September 15th the Birthday of Bharat Ratna Sir M. Visvesvaraya is rightly celebrated as Engineer’s day. Brindavan garden lights up in the evening light and music fountain garden.
  • Mysore has many geographical indications,(GI tags) viz., Mysore-silks, ganjifa, Mysore-Banana, Mysore-Sandalwood, Mysore-mallige (Jasmine), Mysore- Agarbathi, and many more items, Scope for some shopping too. late-night drive back to the hotel for an overnight stay in Mysore hotel.

Day 03: Mysore to Ooty via NH 766 and NH 181 130 km 4-7 hour’s journey:

After breakfast by 8:00 am, drive to Ooty on the way of visiting sightseeing places,

  • Nanjangud: Sri Nanjundeshwara Temple aka Srikanteshwara Temple on the banks of river Kapila, this is 1000-year-old Temple.  In Nanjangud town also famous for GI tag Banana the “Nanjangud rasabale” do not miss this in season between March to July.
  • Gudalur: can be called Gateway to Ooty, Wayanad and the last big town on Karnataka border also famous for the 10th century Vijayanarayana Temple.
  • Himavad Gopala Swamy betta: At a height of 4757 feet MSL highest peak in the Bandipur National Park in the core area. Dense fog predominates and covers the hills around. please note that to reach this temple no private vehicles are allowed, you have to with government bus.
  • Bandipur 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 money and other wild animals Rome’s freely on the road itself.  if you like to take jungle jeep safari for sighting Tiger, you have to check out Mysore by 5:30 am.
  • Mudumalai National Park: Jungle safari is possible up to 10 am. from here two routes to Ooty one via Masinagudi and other is via Gudalur we take the Gudalur route.
  • Gudalur:  After a hectic journey of a couple of hours through the deep jungle in Bandipur and Mudumalai national park time for a Tea Break. and now you have entered The Nilgiris,  Where the Western ghats meet Eastern ghats.
  • Frog Hill View Point: one of the marvelous hillocks on the way to Ooty. the shape looks like a frog, hence the name frog Hill.
  • Needle Rock viewpoint: Windy, Cloudy, amazing 360-degree view.
  • Pykara Lake and Pykara Falls: Boating is optional here, Pykara village is scenic and you can see the step farming, cabbage, Ooty-carrot. Ooty-apple cultivation here.
  • Reach Udhagamandalam, abbreviated as Udhagai and Ooty, Check into the hotel and after some rest. drive to
  • Ooty Lake & Boathouse: The Boathouse offers Paddle boats, Rowboats, and Motorboats. This is an artificial lake constructed by John Sullivan, in year 1824, additional charges.
  • The Government Rose Garden: is the largest rose garden in India, situated on the slopes of the Elk Hill close to Ooty town.
  • Late in the evening free time for shopping and overnight stay in Ooty.

Day 04: Ooty Sightseeing.

After breakfast by 8:00 hrs drive to Ooty sightseeing:

  • The Government Botanical Garden: covers an area of 22 hectares, is one of the major attractions in Ooty.
  • Doddabetta Tea Factory and Chocolate Museum: Know all about tea processing, chocolate manufacturing.
  • Doddabetta peak:  At an elevation of 8652 feet, it is the fourth highest peak in South India and highest in the Nilgiris range. Panoramic 360-degree view of Ooty, Mettupalayam/Coimbatore,  avalanche dam,  and Mukurthi Peak.
  • Kotagiri: is the oldest hill station of Nilgiris, famous for Tea estates, Catherine Falls, Kodanad View Point, and Longwood Shola.
  • Coonoor: Famous for Nilgiri Tea production, Sim’s Park, Dolphin’s Nose, Lamb’s rock can also be visited if you are interested.
  • Nilgiri Mountain Railway: Built-in 1908 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.
  • Evening free for shopping. Overnight stay in Ooty.

Day 05: Ooty to Wayanad 160 km 4-7 hrs approx.

After breakfast by 9:00 hrs drive to Wayanad on the way visiting:

  • Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary inside this Muthanga &Tholpetty two eco-tourism facilities of jeep safari.
  • Elephant camp, trekking, bird watching all attract some fees extra.
  • Jain temple ancient ruins of a temple near Sulthan bathery also stop for lunch.
  • Edakkal Caves – in these caves pictorial writings take you back to Neolithic era back to 6,000 BC.
  • Wayanad heritage museum at Ambalavayal.
  • Phantom Rock overnight stays hotel/ resort at Wayanad.

Day 06: Wayanad
After breakfast time by 9 am explore sightseeing places of Wayanad:

  • Banasura Sagar Dam – the second largest earth dam in Asia.
  • Kuruvadweep – Kabini River and islands.
  • Pookode Lake –an optional activity here is boating.
  • Soochipara Waterfalls- a small trek required to get here.
  • Or Chembra peak – Full day trekking to highest peak 2100m ASL in Wayanad.

Day 07: Wayanad back to home.
After breakfast time by 9 am drive back to Bangalore and drop to your desired location in Bangalore. And the tour concludes with happy memories.



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