On arrival at Bangalore airport our representative will meet you and will transfer you to the hotel for check in. This capital city of Karnataka state is rightfully proclaimed as the Silicone Valley of India because it is here that the Indian IT industry has matured to such an extent that it is now in great demand overseas. Bangalore is a beautiful city with parks and gardens, which is why the city is called the Garden city of India. Bangalore often referred to as the ‘Garden City' is known for its numerous parks and avenues. Arrive at Bangalore and check in to the hotel. Major attractions in Bangalore are; Tipu Sultan's Palace, Bull Temple, Lalbagh Gardens, Cubbon Park & Museum and Vidhan Soudha. Hider Ali laid out the garden with tropical plants and shrubs in the Lalbagh botanical gardens. In the centre lies a large iron and glass conservatory modeled on the lines of the Crystal Palace, London. Vidhana Soudha, a huge neo- Dravidian granite building which houses the secretariat and the state legislative. It is one of the most impressive modern buildings in India. The huge door to the entrance of the cabinet room is made of pure sandalwood. Visit to the Bull Temple where the monolithic deity - Nandi, draws large devotees from all over the country. Overnight stay in Bangalore.

After breakfast checkout from the resort and drive to Mysore. Mysore, the erstwhile capital of former princely state and the second largest city in Karnataka played an important role in the history of South India, a city of palaces and gardens and is famous for its silk, sandalwood and jasmine. Arrive at Mysore and check in to the hotel. Major attractions in Mysore is the Mysore Palace, located in the city centre is said to be the most magnificent and captivating. Religiously significant Chamundeswari Temple situated atop of hill Chamundi displays Dravidian influence in some of its architecture. It is quadrangular in shape, and there is a statue of the Lord Ganesha on the doorway. Evening free to explore the colorful bazaars. Overnight stay at Mysore.

Check out from the hotel after breakfast and drive to Kabini, one of the most popular wildlife destinations in India situated on the banks of the river Kabini comprises the south eastern part of Nagarhole National Park (Rajiv Gandhi National Park), once the hunting ground of Mysore Kings located 94 km away from Mysore has lush greenery, attractive streams, valleys and waterfalls is an abode for many rare species of animals including tiger, Nilgiri Thar, Nilgiri languor, bison, leopard, wild boar, deer, dhole (wild dog), sloth bear, jungle cat, civet, bonnet macaque, and pangolin and one among the few natural habitats of Asian elephants. The bird species include Malabar pied hornbill, crested hawk eagle, golden- back woodpecker, and southern tree pie. Reptiles like crocodiles, pythons, and several species of snakes and lizards are also found here. Arrive at Kabini and check in to the resort. Overnight stay at Kabini.

Day 4 :

Start your day with a guided tour of Kabini. Enjoy a cycling tour and a coracle ride. Later go for bird watching. If you are so much inclined, proceed for a jeep safari in to the Nagarhole National Park. Overnight stay at Kabini.

Check out from the hotel after breakfast and proceed to Madikeri,the major town in Coorg district (also known as Kodagu),known for its green fields, coffee plantations, Orange orchards and couple of waterfalls. Located in the eastern slopes of Western Ghats Kodagu is an administrative district in Karnataka. On the way visit Kushalnagar Golden Temple, Tibetan Colony and Nisargadhama. On arrival check in to the hotel. Rest of the day you are at leisure for your own activities. Overnight stay at Coorg.

Day 6 :

Start your day with a visit to Coorg. Magnificent attraction in Kodagu is the Madikeri Fort built of mud and later on replaced by a concrete stone by Tipu Sultan. It is an imposing fort and hardly there is any other fort that matches its grandeur. Raja's seat, an ideal place to explore the exquisiteness and enjoy the panoramic beauty of the mist covered blue hills and valleys and to relish the sunset. It has been developed into a public garden attracts large number of tourists. Omkareshwara temple, dedicated to Shiva, was built in the 19 th century in a mix of Gothic and Islamic styles. It was built by Lingarajendra in 1820. There is a pool in front of the temple with tons of fresh water fishes in it. The temple has four minarets around it and a dome in the center (similar to a Muslim Masjid). Overnight stay at Coorg.

Check out from the resort and drive to Mangalore airport. Board the flight to your onward destination feeling contented about a wonderful holiday you spent with us. Our services end after dropping you at Mangalore airport.


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