Chennai Tirupati Bangalore Mysore Coorg Kukke Subramanya Udupi Horanadu Sringeri tour package 10 days 9 nights:
- This package starts from Chennai and it ends in Bangalore.
- Chennai (1N), Tirupati (1N), Bangalore (1N), Mysore (1N), Coorg (2N), Kukke Subramanya (1N), Udupi (1N), Horanadu (1N), and Sringeri (1N).
Tour itinerary of Chennai, Tirupati, Bangalore, Mysore, Coorg, Kukke Subramanya, Udupi, Horanadu, and Sringeri tour package for 10 days 9 nights:
Day 01: Arrival at Chennai:
Upon arrival at Chennai The Driver meets and greets at any of the below locations:
- Chennai International Airport, an international airport serving Chennai Codes (IATA: MAA, ICAO: VOMM).
- Chennai Central (officially Puratchi Thalaivar Dr. M.G. Ramachandran Central Railway Station), Station Code is MAA.
- Chennai Mofussil Bus Terminus (CMBT), (officially Puratchi Thalaivar Dr. M.G.R. Bus Terminus) its an inter-state bus transport services.
Pickup from any of the location in Chennai and then drive to Hotel, and after rest and then drive to Chennai local sightseeing:
- Fort St. George The 14.5 tall statue of Lord Cornwallis constructed in the year 1644 CE, The Fort is divided as St. Mary’s Church and Fort Museum. Well maintained by Archaeological Survey of India, also preserves the first-ever flown Indian flag post our Independence.
- Kapaleeshwar Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and his consort Goddess Parvati as Karpagambal.
- Saint Thomas Church is a momentous Roman Catholic Church built on the tomb of St. Thomas, third such church that is built on the tomb of an apostle after that of St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City and Santiago de Compostable Cathedral in Spain.
- Parthasarathy Temple built by Pallavas in the 8th Century, one of the 108 Divya desams dedicated to Lord Vishnu.
- Government Museum’s second oldest museum of India, located in Egmore with an area of over 16 acres Established in the year 1851 CE.
- Valluvar Kottam Established in the form of Temple Chariot in the honor of the famous saint and poet Thiruvalluvar.
- Vadapalani Murugan Temple dedicated to Lord Murgha.
- Marina Beach is one of the longest beaches in the World a must-visit in Chennai.
- if time permits other top-sights like Edward Elliot’s Beach, Santhome Cathedral Basilica, Guindy National Park, Arignar Anna Zoological Park, Dakshina Chitra Museum, The Madras Crocodile Bank Trust and Centre for Herpetology, B.M. Birla Planetarium, Shri Ashtalakshmi Temple, Broken bridge, MGR Film City Road, Matsya Narayana Temple, St. Thomas Mount National Shrine can be covered.
- Drive back to the hotel and Overnight stay in Chennai.
Day 02: Chennai to Tirupati via NH16, Cholavaram, Periyapalayam, Nagalapuram 133km 3 hrs journey:
After breakfast by 8:00 am drive to Tirupati check into the hotel and then drive to must-visit temples of Tirupati and Tirumala.
- Padmavathi Temple at Tirchanur dedicated to Goddess Pamabavathi.
- Kapila threetham Falls,
- Hare Rama Hare Krishna Mandir
- Regional Science center
- Srinivasamangapura, Sri Kalyana Venkateshwara Swamy temple, Padmavathi Temple,
- Kalyani Dam
- Sri Venkateswara Zoological Park
- Iskcon Temple Tirupati
- Drive for Darshan of Lord Sri Venkateshwara at Tirumala
- Srivari Mettu aka Srivari Paadaalu
- Swami Pushkarini
- Sri Varaha Swamy Temple
- Sri Venkateswara Swamy Vaari Temple,
- Kapila Theertham and Sri Kapileswara Swamy Temple,
- Papavinasam Theertham, Papavinasanam Dam,
- if time permits Kalyana Venkateswara Temple, Kalyani Dam, Prasanna Venkateswara Temple, Tirumala Chakratheertham, Sri Bedi Anjaneyaswami Mandir, Aakash Ganga, Tirumala Deer Park Reserve, Sri Venugopala Swamy Temple, Sri Govindaraja Swamy Temple, Japali Anjaneya Swamy Temple, Sri Bedi Anjaneya Swamy Temple, Rock Garden, Narayanagiri Gardens, Mokala Mettu Parvatham, Sri Siva Nagendra Swami Temple, Sri Venkateswara Museum on temple Art Tirupati, Krishna Devaraya Statue, Archaeological Museum, Kumaradhara Theertham, Silathoranam Garden. Overnight stay in Tirupati.
Day 03: Tirupati to Bangalore via NH 69 and NH75, Kanipakam, Chittor, Palamaner 260 km 5hr Journey:
Early morning check out from the hotel and then drive to Bangalore visiting a few popular temples:
- Kanipakam, Sri Swayambhu Varasidhi Vinayaka Swamy Devastanam, one of the largest Idol of Lord Ganesha.
- At Kurudumale aka Kudumale the Massive Thirteen and a half foot idol of Lord Ganesha.
- Reach Bangalore and check into the hotel and then drive for top-sights in Bangalore:
- Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Established in 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 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 seven-meter dial clock powered by solar 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 over 150 varieties and colors of Hibiscus flower plants are planted here. Lalbagh also houses a Lotus pond, Lalbagh Lake, Cactus Garden, Fountains, and boating.
- Dodda Basavanagudi aka Bull Temple, dedicated to Demi-God Nandhi was built in the year 1537 CE by Kempe Gowda, houses the large granite Nandi monolith 15ft (4.6m) placed on a plinth in the temple.
- Dodda Ganesha temple next to Dodda Basavanagudi houses the huge single monolith statue of Lord Ganesha.
- Bugle Rock, aka Kahale Bande, houses the one the earliest rock formation in India and also Watchtower built by Kempegowda in the 16th Century CE.
- Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple (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 Indian’s astrophysical Knowledge.
- Bandi Mankalamma Temple, Sri Pralaya Kala Veerabhadra Swamy Temple, Kempambudhi Kere (Lake), and Shree gosai maha samsthana mata are the nearby ancient monuments which can be visited.
- 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. The left-hand side image is the west Gate entry of Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace.
- Another nearby attraction is Bangalore Fort, Kempe Gowda I started a mud fort in the year 1537 and laid the foundation of current Bangalore city. This Fort was further developed by Hyder Ali in the year 1761 CE and in later even more developed by Tipu Sultan.
- Lunch break, for any an hour. Post lunch continues to Bangalore Sightseeing.
- Cubbon Park officially called Sri Chamarajendra Park. Established in the Year 1870 CE spans over 300 acres right in the Bangalore City center apart 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 ride, 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 the large collection of exotic cultivable, as well as ornamental fishes, are at display. Venkatappa Art Gallery aka VAG houses the large collections of paintings, 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 the rare collections of archaeological and geological artifacts which included old jewelry, sculpture, coins, and inscriptions among then 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.
- Chinnaswamy Cricket Stadium, UB city India’s First Luxury Mall, MG Road, Brigade Road, Commercial street, are nearby other attractions.
- HAL Heritage Center and Aerospace Museum, established in 2001, India’s first aerospace museum located at Hindustan Aeronautics Limited premises. Showcases the 6-decade journey of 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-in between the year 1874-1878 CE.
- National Gallery of Modern Art houses the paintings by modern & contemporary Indian artists.
- Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium established in the year 1989, the main attraction is the Sky-Theatre comprising a 15-meter hemispherical dome on which the projection is made, offers shows in Kannada and English. Besides that, there is also a Science park, with over forty Interactive Exhibits.
- 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 is one of the Historical buildings in Bangalore, and now it is used as Karnataka High Court.
- ISKCON Sri Radha Krishna Temple, Hare Krishna Hill, Chord Rd, ISKCON stands for International Society for Krishna Consciousness, this Radha Krishna temple built on the hillock known as Hare Krishna Hill, is one the of the Largest ‘ISKCON’ temple in the World. ISKCON was founded by A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada has established more than 600 centers across the globe with millions of followers, and this Radha Krishna temple is the most visited temple in Bangalore. Nearby this temple is the World famous Mysore Sandalwood soap factory and an outlet.
- Late Evening time of Shopping, Bangalore has two Geographical Indication produce “Bangalore blue Grapes and Bangalore Rose Onion”. Driver back to the hotel and overnight stay in Bangalore.
Day 04: Bangalore to Mysore via NH 275, Ramanagaram, Channapatna, and Mandya 4 hours journey:
Before morning 8:00 am Wake up to some of the world’s best and oldest Breakfast like Idli, Masala Dosa, and Rava Idli, and then drive to Mysore on the way visiting top sights as follows:
- Ramanagaram nicknamed the silk city, popular Bollywood movie Sholay was shooted here. And Ramadevara Betta Hill is India’s only Vulture Sanctuary Known as Ramadevara Betta Vulture Sanctuary.
- Channapatna famous for its Geographical indication tag “Channapatna Toys & Dolls” traditional handmade toys and dolls, sandalwood carvings use only natural dyes and color and the dolls are eco-friendly.
- Mandya nicknamed the sugar city famous for sugar factories and Jaggery and popular Tender Coconut water.
- Srirangapatna is a Historical Town, a river island formed by River Kaveri, Sri Ranganathaswamy temple dates back to 10th-century CE.
- Ganjam a local village is known for rose flower production and yummy Gulkand made out of it.
- Tipu sultan summer Palace, aka Dariya Daulat 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 are found here. Of these, 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 a Bird watcher you can try this place again.
- Reach Mysore city check into the hotel after lunch proceeds to Mysore. Must visit sightseeing.
- 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, Durbar Hall. Mysore Palace light illumination is on Sundays and all public holidays in the evening. Sound and light programs between 7 and 7:45, except on Sundays and public holidays. 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.
- St. Philomena’s Cathedral, the second tallest church of Asia ( first being Our Lady of Dolours Basilica in Thrissur) Constructed in the year 1936 CE using Neo-Gothic style, which was inspired by Cologne Cathedral in Germany.
- Karanji lake, Houses India’s most spacious walk-through aviary (flight cages), Butterfly park, migratory birds like Sandpipers, The Herons, Asian openbill storks, Brown Shrike, Egrets, Red-wattled Lapwing, Rose-ringed parakeet, Black Drongo, red-whiskered bulbul, Booted Warbler, Sunbirds, Greenish Warbler Paradise, Flycatchers are sighted here.
- Mysore zoo, officially the Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Garden, houses over 168 species and spread over 157 acres, and it is near to Mysore palace. Entry fees Rs 40. and by vehicle Rs 120. per person.
- Sand Museum: one of the rare sand art museum. Entry Fees Rs 40. Per Person.
- 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. 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, the charming architecture of Hoysala, Ganga, Chola, Vijayanagar, and other kings. Mahishasura statue, the Statue of Demon by which the current name of Mysore is derived from. Nandi statue big bull: Third largest monolithic statue of Nandi in India carved out of Single black granite. Also a panoramic view of Mysore City, Mysore palace, Lalitha mahal palace.
- KRS dam aka Krishna Raja Sagara is the primary source of water for both irrigation and drinking water in Mysore, Mandya, and most of the 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 KRS dam lights up in the evening light and its a music fountain garden.
- Mysore has many geographical indication (GI)tags 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.
Day 05: Mysore to Coorg via NH 275, Hunsur, Kushalnagar, 117 km 4 hours journey:
Before morning 8:00 am Wake up to some of the world’s best and oldest Breakfast like Idli, Masala Dosa, and Puliyogare, Vangibath, Rava idli, Kesari Bath, Upititu and then drive to Coorg on the way visiting top sights as follows:
- Tibetan Colony and Golden temple located in the town of Bylakuppe has the second largest settlement of Tibetan refugees in the World ( first being the Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh). With an area over 3000 acres with numerous Monastery, study centers this Colony can be named Little Tibet of India. Among the most visited places here are
- Namdroling Monastery of Nyingma popular as Golden Temple was established by his Holiness Pema Norbu Rinpoche (1932-2009) in the year 1963 CE. with an objective of establishing the prestigious monastery in preserving the precious of teachings of Gautam Buddha and pervade peace in this beautiful World. The three huge idols of Padmasambhava, Buddha, and Amitayus in Gold are located inside Namdroling Monastery in Padmasambhava Buddhist Vihara is the main attraction for tourists here.
- Drikung Kagyu Monastery, Sakya Monastery, Sera Je Monastery, Sera Mey Monastery, Tashi Lhunpo monastery in Bylakuppe was newly built. Inaugurated by Dalai Lama in 2016.
- Harangi Dam built of the River Harangi a tributary of the River Cauvery at Hadgur Village. This Dam is 846 meters long with a height of 47 meters. The Dam attracts a large crowd during the monsoon season when the gates are opened and water is released. the Backwater of Harangi dam is spread across several km with islands and thick forest areas on the banks. A very beautiful garden just like Brindavan Garden is maintained here. Visiting hours 8:00 am to 6:00 pm.
- Cauvery Nisargadhama a River Island formed by the River Kaveri an area of 30 acres filled with Bamboo, Teak, Rosewood, Sandalwood trees. This is the perfect place to enjoy River, Forest, Boating, Zipline, Forest Watchtowers. Visiting hours 9.00 am to 6:00 pm.
- Chiklihole reservoir is an irrigation purpose dam built across the river Chichilihole River near Rangasamudra Village is one of the most scenic spots in Coorg, but hardly a few people visit here, Beware do no get to waters where there are lots of Crocodiles here. Visiting hours 8.00 am to 5:00 pm and there no entry fees.
- Dubare Elephant Camp is one of the major Elephant Camp in Karnataka over the 150 other Camps, located on the banks of River Cauvery in Nanjarayapatna village Kodagu. The Camp Lures many travelers and Elephant Lovers and it is the one place where visitors can get a closer touch of the Giant mammal. Boats are available to reach this place, trained naturalists are available to explain the various aspects of Elephants, and interaction point, photoshoot point, Elephant bathing are other activities here. Most of the Elephants trained here are used for the “World famous Mysore Dasara Jambu Safari”, so camp will be closed for 3 months during Dasara. Visiting hours only between 9:00 am to 11:00 am and 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm.
- Check in to the hotel in Madikeri.
- By evening drive back to the hotel for an overnight stay in Coorg.
Day 06: Coorg top-sights and things to do.
After breakfast by 9:00 am drive to Coorg sightseeing:
- Omkareshwara temple was constructed by King Linga Rajendra II in the year 1800 CE and it displays a unique like a Dargah. The history of this temple is found on a Copper inscription which is fixed on the ance door. Visiting hours 5:00 am to 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
- Raja Gaddige aka Raja’s Tomb is a vast garden with Tombs of Linga Rajendra II, Biddanda Bopu and Biddanda Somaiah. Visiting hours at 10.00 am to 6:00 pm
- Madikeri Fort and a palace inside is situated in the middle of the Madikeri town, and it was first founded by Mudduraja in the year 1650 CE. Madikeri Fort was eventually rebuilt in granite by Tipu Sultan who named the site Jaffarabad in the year 1790 CE. Dodda Vira Rajendra took Control of the fort later in 18th Century CE. Linga Raja II in the year 1812-1814 CE renovated the Palace. Lord Ganesha Temple and a Museum which consists of weapons and dresses used by the King and some inscriptions can be seen here. Visiting hours 10:00 am to 5:30 pm.
- Raja’s Seat meaning seat of the King is a photogenic sunset viewpoint in Madikeri, it was once the platform from which the King of Kodagu used to enjoy glorious Sunset. The Spot got its name as it was the favorite recreational place for the Kings. Today it is a well-known tourist place with a beautiful garden, a panoramic view of Western ghats, and a Toy Train by name “Babasaheb Express” 1 km ride to view magnificent Madikeri town, and surrounding Mountain Ranges.
- Honnamma lake is the biggest lake in Coorg and named after Goddess Honnamma, located 6km from Somwarpet on the backdrop of a scenic hills knows as Gavi betta and Mori betta. Visiting hours from 9.00 am to 6:00 pm.
- Abbey Falls just 5 km from Madikeri town in the middle of a coffee estate, lies one of the most winsome waterfalls of Karnataka. The Madikeri stream, also called Muttaramutt, Falls 21.3 meters between huge boulders to the deep rocky valley to form this picturesque waterfall called Abbi Falls ( Abbi Means Waterfalls in Kodava Takk). The British it the Jessey Waterfall in memory of Jessey, the daughter of Madikeri’s first Chaplain. Big buses, Mini Buses can’t reach up to this falls, you will be required to walk around 1 km. Visiting hours from 10.00 am to 5:00 pm.
- Mandalpatti aka Mugilu Pete situated at an altitude of 4050 feet ASL is hilltop is part of Pushpagiri reserve forest and here 4X4 Jeep safari and trekking is quite popular. The 360-degree view of Western Ghats is the first and foremost thing-to-do in Kodagu/Coorg.
- Madikeri fort and Palace: Built-in the 17th century, the Madikeri Fort was restructured. Muddu Raja built the fort initially, the king also built a palace inside the fort aka Jaffarabad was built using European architecture. It portrays the rich cultural heritage of the Kodagu region. The old fort and the palace are now used as Govt offices. ( Entry is Free of cost)
- Sri Bhagandeshwara temple on the banks of three river confluence namely, Cauvery, Kannike, and Sujyothi are popular as Triveni Sangama. This Temple Complex houses Sri Bhagandeshwara, Sri Subramanya, Sri Mahavishnu, and Sri Ganapathi shrines believed to built by Cholas in the 11th Century CE in Kerala Temple architecture Style located at Bhagamandala Temple town.
- Talacauvery the river Kaveri originates from here, Sri Agastheeswarar temple, Sri Vishnu Temple and a very scenic place from here Brahmagiri peak can be reached by climbing 250 steps to get a panoramic view of western ghats since this place is on border of Karnataka and Kerala, nearby villages of Kerala also visible from this hilltop.
- Greater Talacauvery National park (entry restricted) is the reserve forest for Medical properties plants and trees.
- Tadiandamol: is the second highest peak in Karnataka and this peak is an active location for trekkers. Shoes are must and with a proper guide, this can be climbed. all trekking programs possible only for groups. also, the itinerary can be customized to visit Mallalli Falls, Pushpagiri Hill trekking, Barapole River rafting, Camping, Brahmagiri Hill trekking, Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary, Nishani Motte trekking, Kumara Parvatha trekking, Nagarhole National Park, Iruppu Falls, and other places.
- Coorg is famous for coffee, spices, honey, and homemade wines some shopping in town.
Drive back to the hotel and overnight stay in Madikeri.
Day 07: Coorg to Subramanya via NH275, Sampaje, Sullya, Markanja 73km 2 hours Journey:
After breakfast by 8:00 am drive to Subramanya:
Reach Subramanya town, Check into the hotel and then drive for temple Darshan:
- Biladwara Cave is the cave of Lord Vasuki.
- Matsya and Panchami Tirthas on the banks of Kumara Dhara River is a bathing Ghat in Subramanya.
- Kumara Parvatha at 1712 meters above MSL is the third highest mountain peak in Karnataka.
- Sri Ganesha Temple one of the largest Ganesha Idol in India.
- Kukke Shri Subramanya Temple dedicated to Lord Karthikeya popular of special offerings like Ashlesha Bali, Sarpa Samskara for Sarpa Dosha,
- Adi Subramanya on the banks of Darpana Theertha a stream.
- Overnight stay in Subramanya Town.
Day 08: Subramanya to Udupi via NH66, Kateel, Mulki, Kapu 165 km 5hrs journey:
Check out from the hotel by 7:00 am and then drive to Udupi on the way of visiting some of the most popular temples of coastal Karnataka:
- Southadka Shri Mahaganapathi Temple, Kokkada located in Kokkada, is an open place for worship of Lord Sri Ganesha, and uniqueness here is to offer a bell.
- Shri Shishileshwara Temple located in Shishila a small village, on the banks of River Kapila which is a tributary to the River Nethravathi. Here the main deity is Lord Sri Shishileshwara in the form of Udbhava (arise) lingam.
- Reach Sri Kshetra Dharmasthala, Headed by Padma Vibhushan Shri Dr. Veerendra Heggade Dharmadhikari (prelate), Under his guidance, Dharmasthala is one of the cleanest and well-maintained temple town in Karnataka. Here The Main Temple is that of Sri Manjunatha Swamy, Lord Shiva worshipped in the form of linga here.
- Surya Sri Sada Shiva Tempe and Sri Janardhana Temple located in Ujjire.
- Kateel Durgaparameshwari temple one of the most visited temples in Karanataka located right in the middle of the Nandhini river.
- Mulki Bappanadu Durgaparameshwari temple situated on the banks of River Shambhavi River, constructed by a Muslim Merchant by name Bappa.
- Shasihithlu beach located at the marvelous island of Munda on the backdrop of Rivers like Shambhavi River, Nandini River, and Arabian sea on another side.
- Kapu beach and lighthouse one of the hidden gem of coastal Karnataka.
- Pithrody Udyavar Beach one of the rare combinations of Island, beach, River, and backwater in Karnataka.
- Malpe Fishing harbor one of the major fishing harbor in Karnataka entrance fees Rs 10.
- Malpe beach is the most popular beach in Karnataka palm fridge beach with shallow water ideal for swimming.
- St.mary’s Island aka Coconut Island and Thonse Par is a set of 4 islands popular for the distinctive geological formation of columnar basaltic lava. Scientific studies indicate that the basalt of the St. Mary’s Islands was formed by a sub-aerial subvolcanic activity because at that time Madagascar was attached to India. The rifting of Madagascar took place around 88 million years ago. (Reference fall in sea level in parts of South Karnataka Coast by Mr. K.R. Subramanya). The boat ride to St. Mary’s Island will cost Rs 300/- Per person. St. Mary’s Islands from one of the four geological monuments in Karnataka state, one of the 26 Geological Monuments of India declared by the Geological Survey of India in the year 2001 CE, this monument is also considered an important site for “Geo Tourism”.
- by evening reach Udupi town check into the hotel and then visit Sri Krishna mutt and darshan.
- Overnight stay in Udupi.
Day 09: Udupi to Horanadu via SH66, Karkala, Bajagoly, Kudrekuha Jamly, Samse, Kalasa 120km 3hrs journey:
Check out from the hotel by 7:00 am drive to Horanadu on the way visiting popular and powerful temples in this region:
- Karkala a temple town and visit Gomateshwara statue, Sree Venkataramana temple, Chaturmukha Basadi.
- Kudhuremukh national park, no stoppage here enjoy the sights on the drive.
- Kalasa on the banks of the river Bhadra popular for Sri Kalaseshwara Temple.
- Reach Horanadu and Darshan of Goddess Adi Shakthamika Sri Annapoorneshwari temple.
- then Drive to Sringeri check into the hotel and drive to sightseeing places like,
- Kigga is Sri Rishya Shringeshwara temple and ancient temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.
- Narasimha Parvatha, the tallest peak in the Agumbe Ghats.
- Sirimane waterfall having herbal properties ideal place to take bath.
- Evening visit to Shringeri Sharadamba Temple, Sri Jagadguru Shankaracharya temple, Vidyashankara Temple, Sri Torana Ganapati Temple, and other temples in the Sri Sri Jagadguru Shankaracharya Mahasamsthanam, Dakshinamnaya Sri Sharada Peetham.
Overnight stay in Sringeri.
Day 10: Sringeri to Bangalore for the onward journey:
Check out from the hotel by 7:00 am drive to Bangalore 7 hours of journey drop at your desired location at Bangalore Airport or Railway station and the tour concludes with happy memories.
Pricing of Chennai, Tirupati, Bangalore, Mysore, Coorg, Kukke Subramanya, Mangalore, and Udupi tour package for 10 days 9 nights:
|Total Cost||Cab Type||Budget hotels||2-Star hotels||3-Star hotels||4-Star hotels||5-Star hotels||Resort|
|2 person||Etios / Swift||56000||66000||80500||96000||125000||80500|
Pricing of Chennai, Tirupati, Bangalore, Mysore, Coorg, Kukke Subramanya, Mangalore, and Udupi tour package:
- Above mentioned prices are for 2 people sharing 1 room
- The cost will slightly vary during the following periods:
- February 21 to 23, on the occasion of Maha Shivaratri and long weekends.
- April 10 to 15, on the occasion of Good Friday, Holi Saturday, and Dr. Ambedkar Baba Jayanthi.
- May 22 to 23, on the occasion of Qutub-E- Ramzan.
- August 14 to 17, on the occasion of Independence day.
- August 21 to 24, on the occasion of Ganesha Chaturthi.
- October 23 to November 2nd, on the occasion of Dussehra 2020.
- November 11 to 24, on the occasion of Diwali 2020.
- December 24 to January 5th, on the occasion of Christmas 2020 and New year 2021.
16 Inclusions in Chennai, Tirupati, Bangalore, Mysore, Coorg, Kukke Subramanya, Mangalore, and Udupi tour package:
- Private dedicated car from start to finish.
- Well-appointed room accommodation for 1-night in Chennai.
- Well-appointed room accommodation for 1-night in Tirupati.
- Well-appointed room accommodation for 1-night in Bangalore.
- Well-appointed room accommodation for 1-night in Mysore.
- Well-appointed room accommodation for 2-nights in Coorg.
- Well-appointed room accommodation for 1-night in Kukke Subramanya.
- Well-appointed room accommodation for 1-night in Mangalore.
- Well-appointed room accommodation for 1-night in Udupi.
- All Ground transfers pick up and drop in the same car.
- Parking fees, Toll, and Fuel charges for the Car.
- Interstate permit for the Car which is applicable for Andhra Pradesh and Tamilnadu.
- Service of a Driver who can Speak Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Hindi, and English, and his allowance.
- Every day Sightseeing as per the above-mentioned tour itinerary.
- Complimentary Breakfast between 7:30 am to 9:30 am in the Hotels.
- Dedicated tour manager services 24/7, one point contact.
Exclusion of Chennai, Tirupati, Bangalore, Mysore, Coorg, Kukke Subramanya, Mangalore, and Udupi tour package:
- All types of Entrance Fees to visit like, monuments, Gardens, and Palaces.
- Mineral water bottle during the tour.
- Domestic travel insurance.
- Personal Expenses like Tips, Shopping, Camera & Videography Charges, Medical insurance.
- Refunds for Skipped breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
- Deviation from the original accepted plan.
- Early arrival and late Checkout, unless subject to availability at Hotels/Resorts.
- Fares of Flights, Trains, and Bus from and to your place.
Taxi cabs, Coaches, Buses, Tempo Traveler options available for Chennai, Tirupati, Bangalore, Mysore, Coorg, Kukke Subramanya, Mangalore, and Udupi tour package:
- Etios are suitable for 4 people.
- Innova is suitable for six people.
- Tempo traveler is suitable for 12 people.
- Mini Buses are suitable for 21 people.
- Semi- deluxe buses are suitable for 35 people.
- 50 seater bus is ideal for 50 people.
The booking procedure for this tour package:
- Call us on Mobile no 8431671363 – Tour manager 24/7.
- Use Whatsapp on the right-hand side bottom of this screen we will respond instantly.
- You can write your requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Use the contact form located on the Contact form here.
- Booking is a very simple process with us.
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