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Bangalore, Coorg and Wayanad Tour Package

 

Package Preview:  Rendering a highly revitalizing view of the rich historical heritages, thriving metropolitan culture and ultra modern infrastructure, fascinating natural caves and wildlife, serene and tranquil religious places, and the mesmerizing waterfalls along with a host of highly rejuvenating leisure activities; this tour would provide you an overwhelming visit to the wonders and attractions of Bangalore, Coorg and Wayanad.

 

The cost of the package: Cost of the package: The package is available for 6 nights and 7 days for Rs. 24500 per couple. The people desiring to enjoy the deluxe package with some extra amenities can get the get it at Rs. 29,500. However, if you want to enjoy in a most lavish manner, the package would cost you Rs.33, 500.

 

Onward journey

Airfare

Backward journey

Fare

Total airfare

Delhi to Bangalore

Rs. 10,500

Bangalore to Delhi

Rs. 10,500

Rs. 21,000

Kolkata to Bangalore

Rs.11,500

Bangalore to Kolkata

Rs. 11,500

Rs. 23,000

Chennai to Bangalore

Rs. 2,800

Bangalore to Chennai

Rs. 2,800

Rs. 5,600

Mumbai to Bangalore

Rs. 3,800

Bangalore to Mumbai

Rs. 3,800

Rs. 7,600

 

What makes the trip a highly memorable one?

Whether you desire to enjoy the thriving nightlife and the ultra modern developments and amenities in the city, or wish to see the rich historical heritages of the country; the tour would render you everything. The city of Bangalore would present you the confluence of the distant past and the modern metropolitan reality embedded into it. With its immensely captivating waterfalls, arresting national parks, and the age old historical temples; the city of Coorg would revitalize your mind, body and heart in a holistic manner. Plodding through the highly alluring wildlife sanctuaries, dragging through the mysterious caves with enchanting scenery while feeling the gentle caress of the cool breeze at Wayaand would certainly be an indescribably memorable moment

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Cities/Attractions/Events Covered in this package:

Bangalore: The Lal Bagh, Vidana Soudha, Cubbon Park, Bull Temple, Tipu Sultan’s Palace, Bangalore Palace, and St. Patrick’s Church.

Coorg: Nagarhole National Park, Madikeri Fort, Iruppu Falls, Raja’s Seat, Omkareshwara Temple, and Abbey Falls.

Wayanad: Pookot Lake, The Edakkal Caves, Soochippara Waterfalls, Meenmutty Falls, Tholpetty Wildlife, and Chembra Peak.

 

Destinations in this package

Bangalore: Ruled for centuries by the rulers of various dynasties such as the Cholas, Hoysalas, Mughals, and Wadiyar etc; the city of Bangalore is known as Bengaluru today and is the capital city of the southern state of Karnataka. Located at the height of 900 m from the sea level, and embracing the population of about 8.1 million it is the third most populous city in India. At present, it is one of the leading Information Technology (IT) exporters of the country, and it is for this reason that it is known as the ‘Silicon Valley of India’. The headquarters of the renowned Indian technological organizations such as ISRO, Infosys, and Wipro etc are located here.

Bangalore is also the hub of education, and the well known academic institutions such as the National Institute of Design, National Law School of India University, Indian Institute of Management, Indian Institute of Science, and National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences etc escalate its status of being an educational center to far greater heights. Enveloping the rich historical monuments, ultra modern building structures, parks, museums, governmental buildings, art galleries, wildlife sanctuaries, temples, churches, and amusement parks etc; it proves to be one of the best places for the tourists to spend highly memorable moments.

 

Coorg: Located in the Western Ghats in the state of Karnataka, and also known as Kodagu, the administrative area of Coorg occupies the area of about 4102 square kilometers. With its population of about 548,561; it is one of the least populous districts of the state of Karnataka. Well known for its coffee, rice, and the ethnic warrior people; it is embellished with the captivating natural beauty decked with dense forest, mesmerizing waterfalls, sky-kissing hills and mountains, and a wide variety of flora and fauna.

Enveloping the historical monuments, waterfalls, handicraft items, temples, mountains, rivers, national parks, and a great number of hotels and resorts; it spontaneously allures the tourists from across the globe. With its endowed natural beauty and the pleasant climate, it is one of the rare places where the tourists feel the soothing breeze caressing their mind and heart.

 

Wayanad: Situated on the Deccan Plateau, and carved out from Kannur and Kozhikode district in 1980; Wayanad is the 12th district of the southern Indian state of Kerala. It covers the area of about 2131 square kilometers, and embraces the population of about 816,558. Unlike the other districts of Kerala, there is no town or district headquarters known as Wayanad. The name Wayanad refers to the area of the whole district with its headquarters in the town of Kalpetta.

Sheltering a wide variety of flora and fauna, it is also home to several endangered species. Being a located on the Deccan Plateau, its arch attractions are its exotic and tough terrains of Western Ghats shrouded with dense forest, impassable valleys, tangled jungles, hilly rivers, dumbfounding waterfall, and the paddy fields. With its main tourist attractions such as Meenmutty Waterfalls, Chethalayam Waterfalls, Pakshipathalam, and Bansura Sagar Dam; it is immensely alluring to the tourists throughout the year.

 

 

Attractions covered:

Bangalore

  • Vidana Soudha: It is an immensely fascinating landmark built in the year 1954. Exhibiting the neo-Dravidian architectural grandeur, it is embellished with four dooms in its four corners. Housing the Legislative Chamber of the Government of Karnataka, and accommodating several other government departments, is a massive structure, and it looks indescribably stunning when illuminated at night.

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  • Attara Kacheri (High Court): It is a two-storied building built in Gothic style during the reign of the King Tipu Sultan in the year 1867. Located at the Cubbon Park’s entrance, it accommodates the High Court and the other lower courts as well.

  • Lalbagh Botanical Garden: spread in the sprawling area of about 240 acres, it embraces the rarest species of tropical and subtropical plants and trees. The glass house built here looks almost like London’s Crystal Palace. Started by Hyder Ali in the 17th century, this garden was given the final touch by his son Tipu Sultan.

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  • Lalbagh: It is a lush green paradise located in the central part of the city. It envelops the area of about 300 acres, and has been named after Sir Mark Cubbon, the erstwhile Commissioner of the city of Bangalore. Appareled with exotic and indigenous trees and plant, it also houses a wide range of colorful flowers and plants. Highly alluring to the joggers, walkers, and nature lovers; it offers ample of space of loiter around in the bosom of the Mother Nature.

  • Bangalore Palace: Immensely inspired by England’s Windsor Castle, Chamaraja Wodeyar built this palace in the year 1887. Built in Tudor style architecture, it exhibits the elegant wooden carvings and the arresting green lawns.

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  • Tipu Sultan’s Palace and Fort: Originally, this palace was built in mud by Chikkadeva Raya. Later on Hyder Ali reconstructed in Indo Islamic architectural style. However, this was rendered the finishing touch by Hyder Ali’s son Tipu Sultan, and is hence known as Tipu Sultan’s Palace. The Hindu Temple surrounded by the fort reflects the religious fervor of the King Tipu Sultan.

  • Ulsoor Lake: Constructed by Kempegowda II, Ulsoor Lake is spread over an area of about 125 acres. For the boaters and swimmers, it is no less than a paradise.

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  • Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium: Founded in the year 1989, it is a planetarium where the students and the public can learn a lot about astronomy. Except Mondays, the shows are organized here every day.

  • Crazy Water Amusement Park: Situated on Bannerghatta Main Road, this amusement park is located amidst the rocky landscape, and it offers immense excitements and thrills.

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  • Government Museum: Established in 1865, it embraces the rare collections of geological and archaeological artifacts such as the old inscriptions, coins, sculptures, and jewelry, etc. Also, the earliest Kannada inscriptions dating back to 450 AD can be seen here.

 

Coorg

  • Raja’s Seat: It is a place where the kings of Coorg with their consorts used to sit and watch the sunsets. Rendering a breathtaking view of the deep green valleys and towering hills, Raja’s Seat is considered to be one of the most arresting and scenic locations in the whole of South India. The garden set around Raja’s Seat by the government further escalates the magnificence of this place.

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  • Omkareshwara Temple: Built in the year 1820 by Lingarajendra II, it exhibits the Muhammadan style of architecture. As the legend unfolds, the king built this temple to appease the spirit of a Brahmin who was unjustly put to death by the king. The inscribed history of the temple can be seen on the hanging copper plate at the entrance of the temple.

  • Abbi Falls: It is located at about five kilometers’ drive from the main town. Known for its wonderfully cascading water, and the lush greenery around, it is the most popular waterfall in and around Coorg. The exotic view of this waterfall is highly fascinating to the tourists, and especially for the nature lovers.

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  • Gaddige: The tombs of Dodda Virajendra and Lingrajendra II are the well know historical monuments at Gaddige. Commemorating the bravery of the king and the commander in chief of the Coorg army, it is one of the highly frequented places in Coorg. The whole of the structure here exhibits the architectural beauty of Muhammadan style.

  • Talacauvery & Bhagamandala: Located at a distance of about 44 kilometers from Madikeri, Talacauvery is the birthplace of the river Cauvery. Every year, the gushes out of a small pond here at a predetermined time. It is located on the Brahmagiri Hill’s slope. Besides being a pilgrimage center, it is also well known for its captivating natural beauty.

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  • Cauvery Nisargdhama: Located at a distance of 2 KM from Kushalanagar Town, Nisargdhama is an island that is surrounded by the river Cauvery. Spread in a sprawling area of about 64 acres, it can be accessed through a hanging bridge. The thick foliage of teak trees, sandalwood trees and the bamboo groves escalate the lush green surroundings of the islands to far greater heights. The deer park and the children’s park also increase its place as a tourist attraction. The visitors can enjoy elephant ride, and boating as well.

  • Byle Kuppe: Byle Kuppe is located near Kushalanagar. It is a huge Tibetan settlement in South India. The Buddhist monasteries such a the Namdroling, Sera Mey and the Great Compa of Sera Je are worth watching. Also, the Mahayana Buddhist university is located at Sera. The seat of the Panchen Lama is also highly attractive. The gold coated Buddhist statues are a great wonder to visit.

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  • Dubare Reserver Forest & Elephant Camp: Enveloping a great number of elephants in its natural green surroundings; it is a scenic location located at a distance of about 15 km from Kushalanagar. The tourists desiring to enjoy the ride on the gentle giants can have a great time.

  • Veerbhumi Tourist Vilalge: Built as per the medieval war themes, this 12 acre tourist village envelops the bullock carts, concrete cannons, and canvas tents, etc. The cottages here have been named after various historical dynasties of Karnataka such as Bijapur, Vijayanagar, Hoysala, Mysore, Chalukya, Kadamba, Ganga and Haleri etc.

 

  • Pushpagiri wildlife Sanctuary: Housing a wide variety of flora and fauna, it is also a home to several endangered species of birds. It is one of the best places for the bird-watchers. It also houses the Kumara Parvat peak, the highest peak in the region.

 

Wayanad

  • Chembra Peak: Located near Meppady town, it is the highest peak in the district of Wayanad. It is one of the highly frequented places by nature lovers, adventure tourists, and the trekkers. The exhilarating beauty of Wayanad can be seen from this peak.

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  • Edakkal Cave: It is not a cave in real sense. It is a natural fissure made by rocks due to some natural causes. The breathtaking beauty of the natural wonder is highly mesmerizing, and the carvings on the rocks exhibit the love of the art of the pre-historic people that lived here.

  • Kuruva Island: It is an uninhabited island, and is situated in the tributaries of the river Kabani. The evergreen forest spread in an area of about 950 acres houses some rare species of birds, herbs and orchids.

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  • Lakkidi: Known as the gateway of Wayanad, Lakkidi is highly admired for its picturesque natural beauty. Rendering an arresting view of mountain peaks, deep green valleys, gushing streams, luxuriant vegetation, and the winding roads etc; it is a one of the highest locations in the district of Wayanad.

  • Pakshipathalam: It is located in the Brahmagiri Hills at Thirunelli. Enveloping several species of birds and wild beasts, it is also houses the lush green forest, mesmerizing rocks, and the rock caves.

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  • Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary: It is a wild forest covering the area of about 345 sq km. It is known as the largest abode of wild animals in the whole of Malabar. Cheetahs, tigers, bisons, wild bears, elephants, and the spotted bears etc can be easily spotted moving around this natural habitat.

  • Pookot Lake: Surrounded by highly enchanting mountains, it is a natural fresh water lake. The scenic beauty here is almost hypnotizing. The aquarium, green house, boating facility, handicraft items, spices, and the local food, etc immensely escalate the joy of the tourists.

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  • Pazhassi Raja Tomb: It is an ideal picnic center at North Wayanad. The tomb of Pazhassi Raja, Aquarium, coin operated toys, boating facilities, and the picturesque beauty of the natural surroundings is really breathtaking.

  • Banasura Sagar Dam: This is a huge earth dam. Against the background of the Banasura hills, this dam presents a mesmerizing view to the tourists.

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  • Soochipara Waterfalls: The water cascading down from a height of 100 to 300 feet, the waterfall exhibit an amazing and incredible wonders of nature. The pool below the waterfall offers a great opportunity for bathing, swimming and rafting etc.

 

Package Itinerary

6 Nights 7 Days

Day 01

On arrival in Bangalore, you will be received by our tour representative, and you will be escorted to the hotel. You can either have rest or have your own time in the evening. The overnight stay will be at the hotel.

 

Day 02

It will be a day entirely dedicated to visit the top tourist attractions in and around Bangalore. The tourist attractions such as The Lal Bagh, Vidana Soudha, Cubbon Park, Bull Temple, Tipu Sultan’s Palace, Bangalore Palace, and St. Patrick’s Church etc will be visited. In the evening, you can either have a  rest or go for shopping. You have your own free time and you can enjoy the thriving night life in the city of Bangalore. Overnight stay in the hotel.

 

Day 03- Coorg (about 260 KM)

After breakfast, you will drive for Coorg. On the way to Coorg, you will visit the Bylakuppe Tibetan Settlement and Golden Temple. On arrival to Coorg, you will check-in to the hotel and take a rest. In the evening, you will be free to have your own individual activities. Overnight stay at the hotel.

 

Day 04

After breakfast in the morning, you will start the tour to the attractions in Coorg. The hotspots such as the Nagarhole National Park, Madikeri Fort, Iruppu Falls, Raja’s Seat, Omkareshwara Temple, and Abbey Falls etc will be covered. It will be a full day visit to Coorg attractions, and in the evening, you will have your own free time to enjoy as per your desire. Overnight stay at the hotel.

 

Day 05 – Wayanad (about 108 KM)

After breakfast, you will set out towards Coorg. On arrival to Wayanad, you will check-in to the hotel. There is no any activity in the evening and you can plan your activities as per your wish. Overnight stay in the hotel

 

Day 06

After breakfast in the morning, your visit to the attractions in Wayanad will begin. Starting from Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary; you will visit all the hot spots such as Pookode Natural Lake, Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary, Soochalpara Waterfalls, Edakkal Caves, Meenmutty Falls, Tholpetty Wildlife, and Chembra Peak etc. In the evening, you can have your own free time and indulge in the activities that interest you.

 

Day 07

This will be the end of the tour. After breakfast, you will check out of the hotel. As per your convenience, you can go to Kozhikode Airport or Kozhikode Railway station to return homeward. Also, you can take the trains from Thalassery, Kannur, and Mysore as per your convenience.

 

 

Hotels in the package

 

Hotels in Bangalore

  • Golden Palms Hotel: It is a 3 star hotel and ranks 182 out of 563 hotels in Bangalore
  • The Elanza Hotel: It is a 4 star hotle and ranks 17 out of 563 hotels.
  • The park Bangalore: It is a 4 star hotel and ranks 57 out of 563 hotels in Bangalore.
  • The Signature Inn: It si a 4 star hotel and ranks 76 out of 563 hotels.
  • Ramada Bangalore: It is a 4 star hotel and ranks 173 out of 563 hotels.
  • Hotel Swagath: it is a 4 star hotel and ranks 72 out of 563 hotels.

 

Hotels in Coorg

 

  • Club Mahindra Madikeri: It is a 4 star hotel which ranks 6 out of 33 hotels in Coorg.
  • Vivanta By Taj Madikeri: It’s a 4 star hotel that ranks no. 4 our of 33 hotels in Coorg.
  • Amanvana Spa Resort: It is a 4 star hotel which ranks 9 out of 33 hotels in Coorg.
  • Heritage Resort: It is a 4 star hotel and ranks 15 out of 33 hotels in Coorg.
  • The Fort Mercara Boutique Hotel: It is a 4 star hotel ranking 18 out of 33 hotels in Coorg.
  • Dreamland Homestay: It is a 4 star hotel and ranks 11 out of 33 hotels in Coorg.

 

Hotels in Wayanad

  • Wayanad Silverwoods: It is a 2 star hotel that ranks 2 out of 15 hotels in Kalpetta.
  • Sharoy Resort: It is a 4 star hotel and ranks 5 out of 15 hotels in Kalpetta.
  •  Chateau Woods: It is the only 4 star hotel in Chooralmala.
  • The Kallat Hotel: It is a 4 star hotel and ranks 6 out of 15 hotels in Kalpetta.
  • Royal Palm Resort: It is a 4 star hotel and ranks 7 out of 15 hotels in Kalpetta.

      






 

?Package Itinerary

6 Nights 7 Days

Day 01

On arrival in Bangalore, you will be received by our tour representative, and you will be escorted to the hotel. You can either have rest or have your own time in the evening. The overnight stay will be at the hotel.

 

Day 02

It will be a day entirely dedicated to visit the top tourist attractions in and around Bangalore. The tourist attractions such as The Lal Bagh, Vidana Soudha, Cubbon Park, Bull Temple, Tipu Sultan’s Palace, Bangalore Palace, and St. Patrick’s Church etc will be visited. In the evening, you can either have a  rest or go for shopping. You have your own free time and you can enjoy the thriving night life in the city of Bangalore. Overnight stay in the hotel.

 

Day 03- Coorg (about 260 KM)

After breakfast, you will drive for Coorg. On the way to Coorg, you will visit the Bylakuppe Tibetan Settlement and Golden Temple. On arrival to Coorg, you will check-in to the hotel and take a rest. In the evening, you will be free to have your own individual activities. Overnight stay at the hotel.

 

Day 04

After breakfast in the morning, you will start the tour to the attractions in Coorg. The hotspots such as the Nagarhole National Park, Madikeri Fort, Iruppu Falls, Raja’s Seat, Omkareshwara Temple, and Abbey Falls etc will be covered. It will be a full day visit to Coorg attractions, and in the evening, you will have your own free time to enjoy as per your desire. Overnight stay at the hotel.

 

Day 05 – Wayanad (about 108 KM)

After breakfast, you will set out towards Coorg. On arrival to Wayanad, you will check-in to the hotel. There is no any activity in the evening and you can plan your activities as per your wish. Overnight stay in the hotel

 

Day 06

After breakfast in the morning, your visit to the attractions in Wayanad will begin. Starting from Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary; you will visit all the hot spots such as Pookode Natural Lake, Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary, Soochalpara Waterfalls, Edakkal Caves, Meenmutty Falls, Tholpetty Wildlife, and Chembra Peak etc. In the evening, you can have your own free time and indulge in the activities that interest you.

 

Day 07

This will be the end of the tour. After breakfast, you will check out of the hotel. As per your convenience, you can go to Kozhikode Airport or Kozhikode Railway station to return homeward. Also, you can take the trains from Thalassery, Kannur, and Mysore as per your convenience.

The cost of the package: Cost of the package: The package is available for 6 nights and 7 days for Rs. 24500 per couple. The people desiring to enjoy the deluxe package with some extra amenities can get the get it at Rs. 29,500. However, if you want to enjoy in a most lavish manner, the package would cost you Rs.33, 500.

 

Onward journey

Airfare

Backward journey

Fare

Total airfare

Delhi to Bangalore

Rs. 10,500

Bangalore to Delhi

Rs. 10,500

Rs. 21,000

Kolkata to Bangalore

Rs.11,500

Bangalore to Kolkata

Rs. 11,500

Rs. 23,000

Chennai to Bangalore

Rs. 2,800

Bangalore to Chennai

Rs. 2,800

Rs. 5,600

Mumbai to Bangalore

Rs. 3,800

Bangalore to Mumbai

Rs. 3,800

Rs. 7,600

 

 

Hotels in the package

 

Hotels in Bangalore

  • Golden Palms Hotel: It is a 3 star hotel and ranks 182 out of 563 hotels in Bangalore
  • The Elanza Hotel: It is a 4 star hotle and ranks 17 out of 563 hotels.
  • The park Bangalore: It is a 4 star hotel and ranks 57 out of 563 hotels in Bangalore.
  • The Signature Inn: It si a 4 star hotel and ranks 76 out of 563 hotels.
  • Ramada Bangalore: It is a 4 star hotel and ranks 173 out of 563 hotels.
  • Hotel Swagath: it is a 4 star hotel and ranks 72 out of 563 hotels.

 

Hotels in Coorg

 

  • Club Mahindra Madikeri: It is a 4 star hotel which ranks 6 out of 33 hotels in Coorg.
  • Vivanta By Taj Madikeri: It’s a 4 star hotel that ranks no. 4 our of 33 hotels in Coorg.
  • Amanvana Spa Resort: It is a 4 star hotel which ranks 9 out of 33 hotels in Coorg.
  • Heritage Resort: It is a 4 star hotel and ranks 15 out of 33 hotels in Coorg.
  • The Fort Mercara Boutique Hotel: It is a 4 star hotel ranking 18 out of 33 hotels in Coorg.
  • Dreamland Homestay: It is a 4 star hotel and ranks 11 out of 33 hotels in Coorg.

 

Hotels in Wayanad

  • Wayanad Silverwoods: It is a 2 star hotel that ranks 2 out of 15 hotels in Kalpetta.
  • Sharoy Resort: It is a 4 star hotel and ranks 5 out of 15 hotels in Kalpetta.
  •  Chateau Woods: It is the only 4 star hotel in Chooralmala.
  • The Kallat Hotel: It is a 4 star hotel and ranks 6 out of 15 hotels in Kalpetta.
  • Royal Palm Resort: It is a 4 star hotel and ranks 7 out of 15 hotels in Kalpetta.

      

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