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Bangalore Tirupati Puttaparthi Tour Package from Mumbai/Delhi/Kolkata/Chennai

Package Overview: Accommodating a huge array of attractions such as the age old historical monuments, cultural  and architectural epitomes, sky-kissing ultra modern developments, highly frequented religious places, luxurious  amenities, immense recreational facilities, sand the captivating natural wonders etc; the tour to Banglore, Tirupathi, and Puttaparthi is a wholesome package to satiate the desires of the tourists in a holistic manner. All these places fascinate the tourists not only by its hot tourist attractions, but at the same time, the tourists also enjoy the world class amenities. Being the top tourist attractions, the modern trends of hospitality have been well blended with the Indian philosophy of ‘Atithi Devo Bhava’ (Guest is God).

 

Cost of the Package: The tour package is available for 5 days and 4 nights at Rs. 23,500 per couple. The couples desiring to enjoy the tour in a more luxurious way can escalate the joy of their tour by paying a slightly greater amount of Rs. 28,500. Moreover, if you wish to reap the benefits of more lavish benefits; you can get it at Rs. 32,500. The cost of the tickets from Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, and Chennai to Bangalore are not included in the package. As per your choice, you may book your own air/train ticket, or let us book for you. Charges for the same will be extra.

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What makes the trip unique and immensely revitalizing?

Whether you are a person with great interest in the history, or desire to have fun amidst the thriving nightlife; the city of Bangalore would render you everything. Creating a confluence of the historical richness and the ultra modern developments, it has much to offer you. Likewise, you can also spend a highly memorable moment amidst the natural, historical, and religious wonders at Tirupati and Puttaparthi. The captivating hills, highly revered religious shrines, gently flowing hilly rivers, varieties of birds and animals living in their natural habitats, heart-arresting historical and architectural wonders, and many more memorable attractions would make this tour quite unique and immensely revitalizing. Moreover, the sense of hospitality of South India would make you feel fortunate enough to have chosen this tour package.

 

Package Inclusions

·         Well appointed rooms on the above mentioned hotels on twin sharing basis.

·         Daily breakfast in hotels.

·         A/c Indica for all the surface transfers & sightseeing. Drivers allowance, toll & parking.(Pick-up               and drop-in at from Bangalore Airport/Railway Station)

·         All applicable hotel taxes.

·         Service tax extra @ 3.09% of the total bill amount.

 

Tour Package Exclusion:

·         Any meals other than those mentioned above.

·         Any Airfare/Train fare.

·         Any transportation which is not mentioned in the itinerary.

·         Entrance fees to the amusement parks & boating charges.

·         Any portage at Airport and Hotels, tips, insurance, beverages, mineral water, telephone charges,           and all items of personal nature.

·         Any services not specifically mentioned in the inclusions.

·         Expenses caused by the factors beyond our control like rail and flight delays, road blocks, vehicle mal-functions, political disturbances, etc…

 

Cities/sites/events/attractions covered in this tour package:

  • Bangalore: The Lal Bagh, Vidana Soudha, Tipu Sultan’s Palace, and St. Patrick’s Church, Bangalore Palace, Bull Temple, Ulsoor Lake, Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, Crazy Water Amusement Park, Government Museum, and Cubbon Park etc would be the main attractions to visit in and around the city of Bangalore.

  • Tirupati: Sri Venkateswara Temple, Talakona Waterfalls, TTD Garden, Deer Park, Sri Vari Museum, Sri Govindrajaswami Temple, Srikalahasti, and Kanipakam would be the chief attractions to visit in Tirupati and in its vicinity.

  • Puttaparthi: Prasanthi Nilayam, Chaitanya Jyoti Museum, Sri Sathya Sai Space Theatre, Wish Fulfilling Tree, Gopuram Gateway, Sri Sathya Sai Hill View Stadium, Sri Sathya Sai Mirpuri Music College, Vata Vriksha (Meditation Tree), Anjaneya Hanuman Swamy Temple, and the Venugopalaswami Temple would be covered in Puttaparthi.

Detailed overview of the attractions covered in in Bangalore

  • Vidan Soudha: Exhibiting the grandeur of the neo-Dravidian architecture, Vidana Soudha was built in 1954. Its four corners are embellished with four dooms, and this a highly fascinating landmark in the city of Bangalore. It houses the Legislative Chamber of the Govt. Of Karnataka. It also accommodates various other departments of the Karnatak Government. Its structure is very massive and its real beauty can be seen in the night when its lights are illuminated.

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  • Lalbagh Botanical Garden: Lalbagh Botanical Garden: This is an immensely beautiful garden spread in an area of about 240 acres. Embracing some of the rarest species of subtropical and tropical plants and trees, it is one of the must-see attractions in Bangalore. Something that mesmerizes the onlookers is the Glass House here that looks almost similar to the Crystal Palace in London. In the 17th century, this garden was initiated by Hyder Ali, and later on, his son Tipu Sultan gave it the final touch.

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  • Attara Kacheri (High Court): Built in Gothic style, this is a building with two storeys. This is believed to have been built in the 1867 during the reign of the well known king Tipu Sultan. It also accommodates the High Court and several other lower courts of Karnataka Government, and is located at the entrance of the Cubbon Park.

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  • Lalbagh: Located in the central part of the city of Bangalore, this is no less than a green paradise on earth. Enveloping the area of about 300 acres, its name commemorates Sir Mark Cubbon, the then Commissioner of Bangalore. It is apparelled with several indigenous and exotic plants and trees. A wide variety of colorful flowers and plants can be seen here in every season. It is one of the best places in the city for the nature lovers, walkers, and joggers, etc. There is ample of space for everyone to loiter around and have a good time.

  • Bangalore Palace: This palace was built by Chamaraja Wodeyar in 1887. He was very much inspired by the Windsor Castle in England and built it on the similar lines. The highly elegant wooden carvings and the lovely green lawns are its chief fascinating features.

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  • Government Museum: It was established in the year 1865. The rare collection of archaeological and geological artifacts such as sculptures, coins, old inscriptions, and the jewelry, etc is quite fascinating. Also, the earliest of Kannada inscriptions that date back to 450 AD, have been preserved here.

  • Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium: It was founded in 1989. The students and the public can learn a lot the astronomy here. However, on Mondays, the shows are not organized.

  • Tipu Sultan’s Palace and Fort: As the history unfolds, this palace was originally built in mud by Chekkadeva Raya. Later on, it was reconstructed in Indo Islamic Architectural style by the King Hyder Ali. The final touch to this sumptuous structure was rendered by Tipu Sultan, the son of Hyder Ali, and this is the reason that it is known as Tipu Sultan’s Palace. The religious solidarity of Tipu Sultan is exhibited by the Hindu Temple surrounded by the fort.

  • Ulsoor Lake: Embracing an area of 125 acres, Ulssor Lake was constructed by Kempegowda II. With its motorboat facilities and swimming spaces, it is almost like a paradise for the water sports lovers.

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  • Crazy Water Amusement Park: It is situated on Bannerghatta Main Road. Located amidst the rocky landscape, it is known for rendering immense thrills and excitements.

 

Detailed overview of the attractions and cites covered in Tirupati

Since the ancient ages, Tirupati is known as the paradise of pilgrimage. Not only is does it have some most revered temples, but also it is endowed with immense natural beauty that unfathomably captivates the people. Below are some of its most frequented tourist attractions:

  • Venkateswara Temple: It is situated at the 7th peak of Tirumala Hill. It is one of the well known temples in India with historical significance attached to it. It is a massive temple and covers the area of about 2.2 acres. It is on the south of the Swami Pushkarini River. Considered to be a highly divine place on earth, it is known for rendering mental and spiritual peace to the devotees. After the Vatican, it is considered to be second most shrine worldwide that is most frequented by the people. It is also the most prosperous temple in the world.

  • Sri Govindrajaswami Temple: Embracing the idols of the Lord Govindraja and Lord Parathasarathy, it is an ancient temple whose foundation was laid by Saint Ramanujacharya in 1130 AD. It is a highly significant religious shrine, and it also encompasses several other shrines. The festivals celebrated here are almost similar to the ones celebrated at Balaji Temple as Sri Govindrajaswami is the elder brother of Lord Balaji.

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  • Talakona Waterfalls: It is the highest waterfall in the whole of Andhra Pradesh. The water falls from a height of about 270 feet. It is about 30 km in the forest. Surrounded with a spectacular view, its beauty escalates to greater heights in the rainy season. The boat ride can be tremendously thrilling. Also, you can enjoy the canopy rope walk of 240 meters.

  • TTD Gardens: Enveloping a great range of colorful flowers, this garden is located close to the main temple. Also, there are many ponds and tanks in the garden that enhance the glory of the garden to greater heights.

  • Deer Park: Deer Park is considered to be one the most frequented tourist attractions in Tirupati. Embracing a wide variety of animals, it is a hot spot for animal lovers. Due to the majority of the deer, it is known as the deer park. Besides the animals, the picturesque landscape also greatly enthralls the visitors.

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  • Sri Vari Museum: Located in Trimula, the museum is the home to a huge collection of scriptures, photographs, artifacts, pictures, and sculptures that reflect the history of the temple. The architectural background and the history are exhibited by the collections of the museum.

  • Srikalahasti: Situated on the Swarnamukhi River banks, Srikalahasti is one of the most sought after places of pilgrimage. The devotees worship the Shiva Linga as Vayu Linga here. Vayu means air, which is one of the five elements of the universe.

  • Kanipakam: The devotees believe the idol of Lord Ganesha grows in its size here in this temple. Built in the 11th century by the famous Chola king Kullottunga, this temple was further developed by the rulers of Vijayanagar during the 14th century.

 

Detailed overview of the attractions and sites covered in Puttaparthi

Puttaparthi is one of the top tourist destinations in the state of Andhra Pradesh. It is the place where Sai Baba performed several miracles. Known for the different and exotic architectural grandeur and the commendable religious solidarity of the people here, it is also one of the top pilgrimage places in Andhra Pradesh. Highly frequented by the tourists, both from India and abroad, it receives thousands of tourists every year. Below are some most visited tourist attractions in Puttaparthi:

  • Sai Kulwant Hall: Standing as a symbol of religious solidarity, Sai Kulwant Hall is a sanctum with two storeys. The symbols of various faiths across the globe can be seen on the balcony door on the second floor. The ground floor has a huge prayer hall where the people sit and pray to attain mental and spiritual peace.

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  • Chaitanya Jyoti Museum: Depicting the life of Sai Baba, the Chaitanya Jyoti Museum houses a great number of artifacts. The architectural grandeur of the museum is highly mesmerizing, almost indescribable in words. Exhibiting a confluence of the Thai, Chinese, and the Japanese style of architecture; it is really a unique blend, and it is the only one of its kind in the whole of India. Outside China, the Chinese roof of the museum is the biggest one all over the world. Constructed on the slope, its distant view offers quite an amazing look. It has been thrown open to the tourists since the year 2000.

  • Sri Sathya Sai Hill View Station: It is the stadium where various cultural programs and sports events are organized here. When the birthday of Sai Baba comes closer, the stadium thrives with several bustling activities. It is the stadium from where Sai Baba used to address the huge gathering from its podium.

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  • Chitravathi River: The Sai Baba’s devotees call it the new Ganges. It is considered to be sacred as Sai Baba used to regularly bathe in this river. On the banks of this river, Sai Baba played many miracles.
  • Village Mosque: Constructed in the year 1975, the Village Mosque embraces an interesting story. It is believed that some unfavorable incidents were happening in the region, and such incidents stopped occurring after the mosque was constructed. Also, it is believed that  a plate with Islamic inscriptions was found here at this site.

  • Sri Sathya Sai Space Theater: It is a huge planetarium that offers great information on astronomy, physics, and mathematics. It was launched in the year 1985, and the shows are conducted without any charges from the audience. With its updated technology, it provides great knowledge and information to the desiring audience.

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  • Gopuram: Inaugurated in the year 1975, it is Sai Baba’s entry and the exit point for the Sathya Sai Ashram. It is the gate through which Sai Baba used to go to the Sathya Sai Ashram. This gate is kept open for the devotees during Darshan hours. Gopuram depicts the architectural beauty of South India.

  • Ajaneya Hanuman Swamy Temple: It is the temple at the Gopuram road. At the entrance, the marvelous Shiva Lingam appears to be really amazing. It is said that this Shiva Lingam was bought by Sai Baba from Kasim. The pool under the feet of the deity in the sanctum is considered to be the tears of Hanunam.

 

Package Itinerary: 5 days 4 nights

Day 01

On arrival to Bangalore airport or railway station, you will be received by our representative and escorted to the hotel. You can take a rest in the hotel. In the evening, you can have your own free time, and indulge in the activities of your choice. You will spend the night in the hotel.

 

Day 02, Bangalore, Bangalore – Tirupati (260 km,  05 ½ Hours drive)

It will be a day entirely dedicated to the tour of the city of Bangalore and the tourist attractions in the vicinity. After breakfast in the morning, you will be led to sightseeing. You will visit several tourist hot spots such as Cubbon Park, Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Tipu Sultan’s Palace, Bangalore Palace, Vidhana Soudha, Crazy Water Amusement Park, Ulsoor Lake, and Jawaharlal Planetarium. In the evening, you will set out to Tirupati. On arrival to Tripati, you will check in to the hotel, take dinner, and stay the night in the hotel in Tirupati.

 

Day 03: Tirupati, Tirupati – Puttaparthi  (235 KMS – 05 Hours drive)

After breakfast in the morning, you will be led to Tirupati sightseeing. You will visit the tourist attractions such as Sri Venkateswara Temple, Talakona Waterfalls, TTD Garden, Deer Park, Sri Vari Museum, Sri Govindrajaswami Temple, Srikalahasti, and Kanipakam. In the evening, you will leave for Puttaparthi. On arrival to Puttaparthi, you will check in to the hotel, take dinner, and spend the night there.

 

Day 04: Puttaparthi

You will be led to sightseeing after breakfast in the morning. You will visit various attractions such as Prasanthi Nilayam, Chaitanya Jyoti Museum, Sri Sathya Sai Space Theatre, Wish Fulfilling Tree, Gopuram Gateway, Sri Sathya Sai Hill View Stadium, Sri Sathya Sai Mirpuri Music College, Vata Vriksha (Meditation Tree), Anjaneya Hanuman Swamy Temple, and the Venugopalaswami Temple. After sightseeing, you will come back to the hotel and the night stay would be there in the hotel in Puttaparthi.

 

Day 05: Puttaparthi – Bangalore (160 KMS – 3 hours drive)

After breakfast in the morning, you will start moving to Bangalore. This would the last day of the tour, and you can take your way home from Bangalore. As per your choice, you can then take either the airways or railways and reach home with unforgettably sweet and revitalizing memories of the tour.

 

Hotels at Tirupati

  • The Gateway seven hills in Tirupati– Ranks 1 out of 51 hotels in Tirupati a 5 star hotel with great accommodation at Peak Season - 4981 INR and 3562 INR during Off-Season.
  • Hotel ABBMPA Accommodation center – Rank 3 out of 51 is a 4 star hotel with rooms available at Peak Season 2089 INR and 1560 INR during Off-Season.
  • Hotel Aditya Residency - Ranks 14 out of 51 hotels in Tirupati with rooms available at 3625 INR in Peak Season and 2090 INR in Off Season and it is a 4 star hotel.
  • Hotel Annapurna Residency - A 3-star hotel that ranks 19 out of 51 hotels at Tirupati with rooms available at 1323 INR in Peak Seasons and 1000 INR in Off Seasons.

 

Hotels at Bangalore

  • Clarks Exotica Hotel – It ranks 2 out of 171 hotels in Kochi or Cochin. It is a 5 star hotel and rooms available at 9865 INR during the Peak Seasons and 7750 INR during Off Seasons.
  • Golden Palm Hotel – A 4 star hotel that ranks 41 out of 171 hotels and takes accommodation at a budget rate of 2348 INR at Peak Season and 1440 INR at Off Season.
  • The Elenza Hotel -  A 3 star hotel that ranks 42 out of 171 hotels and takes accommodation at a rate or 4568 INR at Peak Season and 2348 INR at Off Season.
  • Amoon Glamour Hotel - 3 star hotel and rank 45 at 171 hotels and accommodation available at 3625 INR at Peak Season and 1440 INR at Off Season.

 

Flight from Mumbai to Bangalore

Time

Jet Airways

Air India

Jet Konnect

3 Months in advance

12,314

13,355

14,776

2 months in advance

13,566

14,755

15,888

1 month in advance

14,764

16,896

17,770

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flight from Bangalore to Mumbai

Time

Air India Express

Indigo

Air India

3 Months in advance

5,935

8,499

10,500

2 months in advance

6,998

9,599

12,000

1 month in advance

7,735

10,499

13,300

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flight from Delhi to Bangalore

Time

Jet Airways

Mihin Lanka

Air India

3 Months in advance

13,314

15,355

13,776

2 months in advance

14,566

16,755

14,888

1 month in advance

15,764

17,896

15,770

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flight from Bangalore to Delhi

Time

Spice Jet

Indigo

Air India

3 Months in advance

14,776

13,355

12,314

2 months in advance

15,888

14,755

13,566

1 month in advance

17,770

16,896

14,764

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flight from Kolkata to Bangalore

Time

Spice Jet

Indigo

Air India

3 Months in advance

14,776

13,355

12,314

2 months in advance

15,888

14,755

13,566

1 month in advance

17,770

16,896

14,764

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flight from Bangalore to Kolkata

Time

Spice Jet

Indigo

Air India

3 Months in advance

14,776

13,355

12,314

2 months in advance

15,888

14,755

13,566

1 month in advance

17,770

16,896

14,764

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shopping at Bangalore

You can take a walk around in the local markets and get a good overview of the local handlooms and the boutique or you may visit places famous among the locals.

 

Events at South India

  • You can witness the amazing Pongal festival or the harvest festival, which is the most glamorous and breathtaking during the months of January.
  • If you come at the last week of September-October you can witness the Ganesh Chaturthi festival in the second week of September.
  • Veeru and Atta festival in reference to Lord Vishnu celebrated twice a year once in week of March and other in October.
  • If you come at the last week of March you can witness the Krishna Jayati festival in the second week of September
   
   

Terms and Conditions

  • Above rates are subject to availability
  • Cancellation charges as per company policy
  • Room category in all packages is the base category rooms
  • In case we are not able to provide the same hotels as mentioned, then we shall provide similar  alternate properties, change in the cost if any will be advised
  • Rate based on minimum 2 person traveling


Package Inclusions

·         Well appointed rooms on the above mentioned hotels on twin sharing basis.

·         Daily breakfast in hotels.

·         A/c Indica for all the surface transfers & sightseeing. Drivers allowance, toll & parking.(Pick-up               and drop-in at from Bangalore Airport/Railway Station)

·         All applicable hotel taxes.

·         Service tax extra @ 3.09% of the total bill amount.

 

Tour Package Exclusion:

·         Any meals other than those mentioned above.

·         Any Airfare/Train fare.

·         Any transportation which is not mentioned in the itinerary.

·         Entrance fees to the amusement parks & boating charges.

·         Any portage at Airport and Hotels, tips, insurance, beverages, mineral water, telephone charges,           and all items of personal nature.

·         Any services not specifically mentioned in the inclusions.

·         Expenses caused by the factors beyond our control like rail and flight delays, road blocks, vehicle mal-functions, political disturbances, etc…




Package Inclusions

·         Well appointed rooms on the above mentioned hotels on twin sharing basis.

·         Daily breakfast in hotels.

·         A/c Indica for all the surface transfers & sightseeing. Drivers allowance, toll & parking.(Pick-up               and drop-in at from Bangalore Airport/Railway Station)

·         All applicable hotel taxes.

·         Service tax extra @ 3.09% of the total bill amount.

 

Tour Package Exclusion:

·         Any meals other than those mentioned above.

·         Any Airfare/Train fare.

·         Any transportation which is not mentioned in the itinerary.

·         Entrance fees to the amusement parks & boating charges.

·         Any portage at Airport and Hotels, tips, insurance, beverages, mineral water, telephone charges,           and all items of personal nature.

·         Any services not specifically mentioned in the inclusions.

·         Expenses caused by the factors beyond our control like rail and flight delays, road blocks, vehicle mal-functions, political disturbances, etc…

Package Itinerary: 5 days 4 nights

Day 01

On arrival to Bangalore airport or railway station, you will be received by our representative and escorted to the hotel. You can take a rest in the hotel. In the evening, you can have your own free time, and indulge in the activities of your choice. You will spend the night in the hotel.

 

Day 02, Bangalore, Bangalore – Tirupati (260 km,  05 ½ Hours drive)

It will be a day entirely dedicated to the tour of the city of Bangalore and the tourist attractions in the vicinity. After breakfast in the morning, you will be led to sightseeing. You will visit several tourist hot spots such as Cubbon Park, Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Tipu Sultan’s Palace, Bangalore Palace, Vidhana Soudha, Crazy Water Amusement Park, Ulsoor Lake, and Jawaharlal Planetarium. In the evening, you will set out to Tirupati. On arrival to Tripati, you will check in to the hotel, take dinner, and stay the night in the hotel in Tirupati.

 

Day 03: Tirupati, Tirupati – Puttaparthi  (235 KMS – 05 Hours drive)

After breakfast in the morning, you will be led to Tirupati sightseeing. You will visit the tourist attractions such as Sri Venkateswara Temple, Talakona Waterfalls, TTD Garden, Deer Park, Sri Vari Museum, Sri Govindrajaswami Temple, Srikalahasti, and Kanipakam. In the evening, you will leave for Puttaparthi. On arrival to Puttaparthi, you will check in to the hotel, take dinner, and spend the night there.

 

Day 04: Puttaparthi

You will be led to sightseeing after breakfast in the morning. You will visit various attractions such as Prasanthi Nilayam, Chaitanya Jyoti Museum, Sri Sathya Sai Space Theatre, Wish Fulfilling Tree, Gopuram Gateway, Sri Sathya Sai Hill View Stadium, Sri Sathya Sai Mirpuri Music College, Vata Vriksha (Meditation Tree), Anjaneya Hanuman Swamy Temple, and the Venugopalaswami Temple. After sightseeing, you will come back to the hotel and the night stay would be there in the hotel in Puttaparthi.

 

Day 05: Puttaparthi – Bangalore (160 KMS – 3 hours drive)

After breakfast in the morning, you will start moving to Bangalore. This would the last day of the tour, and you can take your way home from Bangalore. As per your choice, you can then take either the airways or railways and reach home with unforgettably sweet and revitalizing memories of the tour.

Hotels at Tirupati

  • The Gateway seven hills in Tirupati– Ranks 1 out of 51 hotels in Tirupati a 5 star hotel with great accommodation at Peak Season - 4981 INR and 3562 INR during Off-Season.
  • Hotel ABBMPA Accommodation center – Rank 3 out of 51 is a 4 star hotel with rooms available at Peak Season 2089 INR and 1560 INR during Off-Season.
  • Hotel Aditya Residency - Ranks 14 out of 51 hotels in Tirupati with rooms available at 3625 INR in Peak Season and 2090 INR in Off Season and it is a 4 star hotel.
  • Hotel Annapurna Residency - A 3-star hotel that ranks 19 out of 51 hotels at Tirupati with rooms available at 1323 INR in Peak Seasons and 1000 INR in Off Seasons.

 

Hotels at Bangalore

  • Clarks Exotica Hotel – It ranks 2 out of 171 hotels in Kochi or Cochin. It is a 5 star hotel and rooms available at 9865 INR during the Peak Seasons and 7750 INR during Off Seasons.
  • Golden Palm Hotel – A 4 star hotel that ranks 41 out of 171 hotels and takes accommodation at a budget rate of 2348 INR at Peak Season and 1440 INR at Off Season.
  • The Elenza Hotel -  A 3 star hotel that ranks 42 out of 171 hotels and takes accommodation at a rate or 4568 INR at Peak Season and 2348 INR at Off Season.
  • Amoon Glamour Hotel - 3 star hotel and rank 45 at 171 hotels and accommodation available at 3625 INR at Peak Season and 1440 INR at Off Season.

 

Flight from Mumbai to Bangalore

Time

Jet Airways

Air India

Jet Konnect

3 Months in advance

12,314

13,355

14,776

2 months in advance

13,566

14,755

15,888

1 month in advance

14,764

16,896

17,770

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flight from Bangalore to Mumbai

Time

Air India Express

Indigo

Air India

3 Months in advance

5,935

8,499

10,500

2 months in advance

6,998

9,599

12,000

1 month in advance

7,735

10,499

13,300

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flight from Delhi to Bangalore

Time

Jet Airways

Mihin Lanka

Air India

3 Months in advance

13,314

15,355

13,776

2 months in advance

14,566

16,755

14,888

1 month in advance

15,764

17,896

15,770

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flight from Bangalore to Delhi

Time

Spice Jet

Indigo

Air India

3 Months in advance

14,776

13,355

12,314

2 months in advance

15,888

14,755

13,566

1 month in advance

17,770

16,896

14,764

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flight from Kolkata to Bangalore

Time

Spice Jet

Indigo

Air India

3 Months in advance

14,776

13,355

12,314

2 months in advance

15,888

14,755

13,566

1 month in advance

17,770

16,896

14,764

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flight from Bangalore to Kolkata

Time

Spice Jet

Indigo

Air India

3 Months in advance

14,776

13,355

12,314

2 months in advance

15,888

14,755

13,566

1 month in advance

17,770

16,896

14,764

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shopping at Bangalore

You can take a walk around in the local markets and get a good overview of the local handlooms and the boutique or you may visit places famous among the locals.

 

Events at South India

  • You can witness the amazing Pongal festival or the harvest festival, which is the most glamorous and breathtaking during the months of January.
  • If you come at the last week of September-October you can witness the Ganesh Chaturthi festival in the second week of September.
  • Veeru and Atta festival in reference to Lord Vishnu celebrated twice a year once in week of March and other in October.
  • If you come at the last week of March you can witness the Krishna Jayati festival in the second week of September
   
   

Terms and Conditions

  • Above rates are subject to availability
  • Cancellation charges as per company policy
  • Room category in all packages is the base category rooms
  • In case we are not able to provide the same hotels as mentioned, then we shall provide similar  alternate properties, change in the cost if any will be advised
  • Rate based on minimum 2 person traveling

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