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Bengaluru-Mysore-Ooty-Tour : 6 D / 5 N ( Tour Code : SSBM )

Special rates are defined for this tour from 15-Dec-2014 to 04-Jan-2015. Please contact us for more details.

Package cost per person in INR (`) / $

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Note:All distance and timings featured are approximate. All tours are subject to terms and conditions mentioned on the booking form in our brochures. Prices are valid till March 2011. Minimum strength of the group should be 30. In case of smaller group, an additional cost would be charged.
Type of VehiclesEconomy Package
Hi-Tech Bus
(Student groups only)
` 8299 /- per person
(with food)
Student Package
Note : Minimum Strength of the group should be 32, in case of smaller group and additional cost would be charged.
DayScheduleNight Stay
1Arrive Bangalore. Railway Station and transfer to Hotel. Afternoon visit Lal Bagh Gardens, Bull Temple, Vidhana Soudha, Visveswaraiah Industrial & Technology Museum.Overnight at hotel.
2Full day local/industrial visits / ShoppingOvernight at hotel.
3Departure to Mysore (140 kms / 3.5 hrs). Enroute Visit Srirangapatna -Tippu Sultan's Island Capital, Palace, Fort. Upon arrival at Mysore, check into Hotel. Afternoon visit Chamundeswari Temple, Maharaja's Palace, Krishna Raja Sagar Dam and enjoy light & sound fountains at the Brindavan Gardens.Overnight at hotel.
4After an early Breakfast depart for Ooty (160 kms/ 4.5 hrs), the Queen of Hill Stations. Upon arrival, Check into Hotel. Afternoon visit Botanical Gardens and the scenic Ooty lake where you may enjoy an optional boat ride. Overnight at hotel.
5Full day sight seeing tour to Coonoor and backOvernight at hotel.
6Morning transfer to Coimbatore Railway station (95 kms ) to board the train for onward journey.Tour concludes.

Cost Includes
Cost Excludes
Inclusive of Transport by Hi-Tech Non - A.C. Coach, Veg. food and Hotel accommodation on 4 persons sharing a double bedded room basis All Road taxes, Parking fee. Driver Reward.
Air Train fare. Guide & Entry fee during sight seeing Boating Horse ride etc. Portages, Laundry, Food, Tips ,Liquor exp. 3.09% Govt. Service Tax. Any other item not specified in “Cost Includes”.
Lal Bagh Gardens
Lal Bagh Gardens: Lal Bagh Gardens is a famous botanical garden in southern Bangalore. The garden was originally commissioned by Hyder Ali, the ruler of Mysore. It has a famous glass house which hosts an annual flower show, housing India's largest collection of tropical plants. It has an aquarium and a lake, and is one of the main tourist attractions in the city. Hyder Ali commissioned the building of this garden in 1760 but his son, Tipu Sultan, completed it who decided to create this garden.
Bull Temple
Bull Temple: Popularly known as the Bull Temple, Dodda Basavana Gudi is situated in the Basavanagudi, area of South Bangalore. The Hindu temple is inside the park called Bugle Rock where bull referred to is a sacred Hindu demi-god, known as Nandi, a close devotee and attendant of Shiva. Dodda Basavana Gudi is said to be the biggest temple of Nandi in the world with stone cult image of Nandi continually covered with new layers of butter.
Srirangapatnam: Srirangapatnam was the historic capital of Tipu Sultan. Situated about 19 km from Mysore City, Srirangapatnam is entirely enclosed by the river Kaveri forming a river island. This town is dotted with temples, palaces, tombs, military warehouses and fort walls. Some of the major tourist attractions in Srirangapatnam are an ancient temple dedicated to Sri Ranganathaswamy. LakshminarasimhaSwamy Temple, Jumma Masjid, DariaDaulat Gardens, Rangantittu Bird Sanctuary and Tipu Sultan’s Summer...
Maharaja's Palace: The Maharaja's Palace, also known as the Amba Vilas Palace or Palace of Mysore, is one of the most visited monuments of India attracting over 2.7 million visitors annually. It is the official residence of the Wodeyars - the erstwhile royal family of Mysore. The Palace is a three-storied building built of grey granite and pink marble domes. The architectural style of the palace is Indo-Saracenic - A blend of the Hindu, Muslim, Rajput ,and Gothic architecture. The palace also has twelve...
Tippu's Summer Palace: Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace is one of the most famous tourist spots in Mysore. It wasthe summer residence of Tipu Sultan till his death in 1799. The palace has been entirely built with French Rose Wood, right from the pillars, beams and the ceiling. The walls androofs are covered with floral painting decorations. There is also a small museum in the palace.
Illuminated Brindavan Gardens
Illuminated Brindavan Gardens: The Brindavan Gardens are located adjoining the Krishnarajasagara dam built across the river Kaveri.These gardens are primarily symmetrically laid out terrace gardens extending over 60 acres. The BrindavanGardens are famous for the illuminated musical and dancing fountains that attracts a large number of visitors. There is a boating pond in the garden where the visitors can enjoy a boat-ride.
Coimbatore: Coimbatore is the second largest city of Tamil Nadu and the 15th largest urban agglomeration in India. It is a major commercial centre, referred to as the "Manchester of South India". The Coimbatore region has been ruled by the Cholas, the later Pandyas, and the Vijayanagar Empire. Madurai Nayaks are believed to have been named after a chieftain called Koyan. In the 17th century, the city became a part of the Kingdom of Mysore until conquest by the British East India Company.
Ooty: Ooty is a town and the district capital of the Nilgiris district, Tamil Nadu. Originally occupied by the Todas, the area came under the rule of the East India Company. Today the town's economy is based on tourism and agriculture, with manufacturing of medicines. The town is connected to the rest of India by road and rail, having many historic sites and natural beauty, which attracts tourists.It was originally a tribal land, occupied by the Todas along with other tribes.