SPLENDORS OF SOUTH INDIA

Natural essense of south India, for you.

  • Days / Nights
    8 Days/ 7 Nights
  • Places Covered
    Wayanad | Coorg | Mysore | Bangalore
  • Location
    South India
  • Pricing
    AED 3500
  • Experiences
    Nature | Hilltops | Serene Views
  • Categories
    Asia Pacific, Nature

What you get

Inclusions:
▪ 02 Nights stay at Wayanad
▪ 02 Nights stay at Coorg
▪ 02 Nights stay at Mysore
▪ 01 Night stay at Bangalore
▪ Daily breakfast
▪ Welcome drinks on arrival at hotels
▪ Arabic/English Speaking driver
▪ All transfers and tours by A/C vehicle (Toyota Innova)
▪ All applicable taxes

Exclusions:
▪ Airfare
▪ Travel Insurance
▪ Lunch and Dinner
▪ Any other expenses not mentioned in the itinerary


# Destination Premium
1 Wayanad Vythiri Village
2 Coorg Club Mahindra
3 Mysore Grand Mercure
4 Bangalore JP Cosmos

Tour Itinerary

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Welcome to “God’s Own Country”. After a traditional 'Swagat' (Welcome) our representative would meet & assist you at the airport and proceed to Wayanad. Wayanad, the green paradise is nestled among the mountains of the Western Ghats, forming the border world of the greener part of Kerala. Located at a distance of 76 km. from the sea shores of Kozhikode, this verdant hill station is full of plantations, forests and wildlife. An amazing journey through the Ghat pass road and you could stop at Lakkidi view point and enjoy the beautiful view of the serpentine roads through the hills. Next, on the way you can stop few minutes at the Chain Tree which is along the side of the national highway. On arrival check in at your hotel. Afternoon visit Pookode Lake (Boating - Optional) and Banasura Sagar Dam - the largest earth dam in India and the second largest of its kind in Asia. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Morning, after breakfast you can go to see the Kuruva Island and Edakkal Caves etc. Wild life Jeep Safari in Muthanga/ Tholpetty (optional).
Wayanad is a shining testament to Kerala’s beauty. A thriving wildlife reserve and a haven for adventurers and a paradise for photographers, a Wayanad trip must be on your list of must see places. The carvings on the Edakkal Caves located in Wayanad date back to almost 6000 years back, proving it was an awesome getaway even back in the yesteryears.
Let’s now take a quick look at the best places to visit in Wayanad. The Pookode Lake that Is part of your Kerala Tour Packages’ itinerary, ranks as one of the hottest destinations in Wayanad. The perennial freshwater lake is spread over 13 acres and serves as a watering hole for birds and animals in the nearby forests. Opt in for a peaceful boat ride and witness the marine life under and the scenery above.
The Banasura Dam is known for being India’s largest earthen dam in India. Built at the lap of Banasura Hills, the dam is the key water provider for irrigation, drinking and electricity for the nearby areas. The name Banasura is derived from the name of the son of the famous ruler – Mahabali.
A trip to Edakkal Caves is like a journey into our forgotten past. Located 10 kms from Sulthan Bathery, they have provided historians with great information regarding the lives and habits of our ancestors. The caves are two natural rock formations believed to have been formed by a large split in a huge rock. The carvings inside are extremely beautiful. A trek up the majestic Ambukuthi Hills is required to reach these caves. The aroma of coffee stays with you the entire way. It is truly a surreal experience as we step into the palms of history.

Morning after breakfast drive to Coorg. On arrival check in your hotel at Madikery. Evening visit the Raja’s Seat. Overnight stay in Hotel. If Wayanad is the king of Kerala, then Madikeri is the emperor of Karnataka. The name attributes its origin to Muddurajakeri – after the third Haleri king who ruled the Kodagu Hills in the 16 th century. Located just a stone’s throw away from Mysuru and 250 kms from Bengaluru, Madikeri has always been a much needed getaway for folks coming in from India’s Silicon Valley after a hectic work week.

After breakfast proceed to explore Coorg. Visit Madikery Palace (Madikery Fort), Abbi Falls and then drive to Kushalnagar- largest Tibetan settlement in South India. Visit the Tibetan Golden Temple. Later visit Cauvery Nisargadhama, is an island formed by river Cauvery and is a picnic spot island OR visit Dubare Elephant camp (located on the banks of River Cauvery). Kushalnagar marks the largest Tibetan settlement in South India till date. One step into the place, you’re instantly transported to the serene ambiance anchored by towering monasteries. Find your Zen with some meditation and pick up a souvenir or two for your loved ones and enjoy the Tibetan delicacies on offer at the numerous soup shops on the way. The Abbey Falls (Abbey translates to falls in Kannada) are a true showcase of the might and beauty of Kaveri as it furiously descends down massive cliffs. The iconic hanging bridge offers the best view of the waterfall. You also have the option of descending down the cliffs for a quick dip.

After breakfast, drive to Mysore. On arrival in Mysore check into your hotel. In the evening, visit the Brindavan Gardens of the city. Overnight stay at hotel in Mysore.

In the morning after breakfast proceed to explore Mysore. The best places to visit in Mysore are: Mysore Maharaja Palace, Brindavan Garden, Tombs of Tipu Sultan and Hyder Ali (Gumbaz), Mysore Wax Museum etc. Overnight stay at hotel. Mysore Palace or the Mysore Maharaja Palace is located in the heart of the city. Mysore Palace is one of the most visited monuments in India. And it's one of the largest palaces in the country, also known as Amba Vilas Palace, was the residence of the Wodeyar Maharaja's of the Mysore state. The original palace built of wood, got burnt down in 1897, The present Palace built in Indo-Saracenic style and blends together Hindu, Muslim, Rajput, and Gothic styles of architecture. Located in Srirangapatnam Tombs of Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan is a site worth visiting. It is situated at a distance of 15 km from Mysore. Built in 1784 AD by Tipu Sultan for his parents, he was also buried here in 1799 AD. With a height of about 20 meters, this structure stands majestically. Along with being historically important, these tombs also boast of excellent architecture. The architecture, which looks similar to that of Golconda tombs, captivates every visitor with its intricate designs and majestic structure. Built in Persian style of architecture, Gumbaz captivates everyone. Surrounded by beautiful garden named as Lalbagh Garden, the imposing structure of Gumbaz is seen in the middle on an elevated platform. The platform has an open veranda which is dotted with pillars made up of black granite.

After breakfast, drive to Bangalore. Upon arrival, transfer to hotel. In Bangalore you can experience the day-to-day life in Bangalore as you travel to see its various sights. Breathe in the scents of flowers and water at Lal Bagh, a large botanical garden whose name translated means “The Red Garden”, and then visit Cubbon Park, a landmark “lung” area full of flora and fauna. While the gardens give Bangalore its nickname as “The Garden City”, you will also see many famous historic sights. The Nandi (Bull) Temple, built in 1537, is truly a sight to behold. This is said to house one of the largest Nandi murthi in the world, a huge statue representing the sacred bull. You will also see the imposing Vidhana Soudha, a massive, granite, Neo-Dravidian- style building that is the seat of the state legislature of Karnataka. Rest of the day free time for leisure and shopping. Overnight stay at hotel.

After breakfast, checkout from hotel and we will transfer you to Bangalore International Airport. Departure. Tour Ends!!!