Day 1 :
Pickup from the arrival and proceed to Coorg, Enroute visit Tibetian Golden Temple, Nisargadhama. Tibetian Golden Temple is located at a distance of 90 km from Mysore towards it west, the Buddhist Golden temple at Bylakuppe, along with Dharamsala, is the residing place for thousands of Tibetans, who have been living in exile since many decades. This is the centre of Tibetan Buddism in South India. Nisargadhama is a delta which is called as island by local people, formed by river Kaveri near Kushalnagar in the district of Kodagu(Coorg). It is a 65 acre island with lush of thick bamboo groves, sandalwood and teak trees. The island is accessible through a hanging rope bridge. There are deer, rabbits, peacocks and a children’s playground as well as an orchidarium. Raja’s Seat (Seat of the King) is a seasonal garden of flowers and artificial fountains. It is one of the most important tourist spots in Madikeri of Coorg. It is 270 km away from Bangalore, the capital of Karnataka. On arrival check into a hotel. Evening visit Raja’s Seat. Overnight stay at Coorg.
Day 2 :
After breakfast proceed to Talacavery then visits Bhagamandala Temple & Bbby Falls Talavavery or Talavauvery is the source of the river Kavery, located on the Brahmarigi hill near Bhagamandala in Kodagu(Coorg) district, Karnataka. Kodavas erected a tank which is now considered as its origin. It is believed that the river originates as a spring feeding a tank or a Kundike and then flows underground to be re-emerge as Kaveri some distance away. The place has a temple dedicated to the goddess Kaveriamma is located next to the tank and bathing in it on special occasions is considered holy. Then visit Bhagamandala Temple is situated at an elevation of 898 meters, at the Bhagamandala village in Coorg, which is also famous for the Triveni Sangama, a popular sightseeing place in a Coorg tour. The temple is primarily dedicated to Lord Bhagandeshwara, a form of Lord Shiva. However, idols of Lord Genesha, Lord Narayana and Lord Subramanya have also been kept and worshipped in this temple. Abbey falls is one of the famous water fall near Madikeri, Abbey Falls is a great way to have a fun-filled day with your loved ones. Amidst the lush green surroundings of Western Ghats, Abbey Falls is a delightful place to visit when you are looking to escape from the hustle and bustle. A mush visit for nature lovers and photography enthusiasts, Abbey Falls is one of the most attractive waterfalls in South India and also one of the best places in Coorg. Falling down from a height of 70 feet in the middle of a panoramic landscape, the tourists are sure to be charmed by the spectacle. Overnight stay at Coorg.
Day 3 :
Coorg - Mysore
.After breakfast Check out and proceed to Mysore. Check into Hotel on arrival. Later visit Maharaja’s Palace. Evening proceed to Brindavan Garden. Overnight stay at Mysore. Mysore Palace is a historical palace and the royal residence (house) at Mysore in the Karnataka state. It is official residence of the Wadiyar dynasty and the seat of the Kingdom of Mysore. The palace is in the centre of Mysore, and faces the Chamunmdi Hills eastward. Mysore is community described as the ‘City of Palaces’. And there are seven palaces including this one, however, ‘Mysore Palace’ refers specifically to this one within the Old fort. Brindavan Garden is one of the best terrace gardens in the world. It is located about 12km towards the north west of the Mysore city. Brindavan gardens with its illuminated fountains, botanical park, extensive varieties of plants and fulfilled boating, is place for everyone.
Day 4 :
After breakfast, proceed to visit Chamundi Hill, Big Bull Temple and Later visit Srirangapatna, (Dariya Daulat Bagh, Gumbaz, Tippu Fort and Temple). Overnight stay at Mysore. The Chamundi hills lie at a height of about 1000 meters above sea level and are 13 km east of Mysore. The Chamundeshwari Temple dedicated to the Goddess after whom the hills are named is the highlight of this place. Big Bull Temple/Nandi Statue is believed to have been constructed from a large but single rock. The idol is dedicated to the worship of Lord Shiva’s mount, Nandi. Locals commonly refere to its as the Bull temple, and it is nestled thousands of feet atop the Chamundi Hills and is more than 100 years old. The Bull’s temple in Mysore houses the theird largest and most significant Nandi idol in the country.
Day 5 :
MYSORE - OOTY
After breakfast checkout and proceed to Ooty, on arrival in Ooty checking to a hotel. After lunch visit Ooty lake, Botanical Gardens. Overnight stay at Ooty. Botanical Gardens in Ooty near Coimbatore laid out in 1848. The Garden, divided into several sections, cover an area of around 55 hectares, and lie on the lower slopes of Doddabetta Peak. The initial plan of the garden was prepared by the Marquis of Tweedale and to provide vegetables to Euroean residents at lower rates. A change of Rs.3/- per month was taken at then maintenance fee from the residents and such residents could get vegetables free of cost. Like the rest of India, Ooty was also under British reign then and the garden was managed by Captain Molyneux of European regiment. However, the leeway couldn’t work for long time and in 1847, donations were society of its kind and there were very few people around taking interest in seeds and saplings. The seeds and plants could only be sourced from nearby jungles and hence, after selecting the property between Lushington Hall and General Swell’s, it was established as a public garden. Lushington School and General Swell’s property is now Hebron School and Raj Bhavan respectively.
Day 6 :
After breakfast checkout and proceed to Coonoor. Coonoor sightseeing (Sim’s Parks lam’s Rock, Dolphin Nose, Tea factory and tea gardens) and Doddabetta Peak. Overnight stay at Ooty. Sim’s Parks is in Coonoor, The Nilgiris at a height of 1780 meters above mean sea level. Here the maximum temperature goes up to 28 degree Celsius and the minimum falls to 5C. The average rain fall of the garden is 150 cm. An excellent and delightful visit for fun seekers, sightseeing lovers and photographers, the Sim’s Park let you spend some quality time amid lush greenery. Situated on the northern side of Coonoor, the park offers a perfect getaway for all those who are looking to escape away from the metro like. It is a great base to discover the hidden secrets of rare exotic plants and is a go-to place for pleasant afternoons on your Ooty tour. Dolphin Nose is a romantic gen in the Queen of hill stations. The famous attraction does justice to its name and offers its visitors a breathtaking view of the graceful Cather5ine Falls.
Day 7 :
After breakfast checkout and proceed to Bangalore/Coimbatore to board your train or flight.