Holiday In Tamilnadu
Driver’s allowance, Road tax and Fuel charges
Meet & greet at arrival
Sightseeing by private car
Welcome drink on arrival
Parking and Toll tax
Candle light dinner one time at hotel in coorg for honeymoon couple
Air conditioned private car for entire tour
Accommodation at listed hotels or equivalent
Floral bed decoration on request at extra charges
All tours and transfers by Personal Car is included
Alcoholic / Non- Alcoholic beverages
Expenses caused by factors beyond our control like rail and flight delays, roadblocks, vehicle mal-functions, political disturbances etc.
All personal expenses
Tips, laundry & phone call
Any Airfare / Train fare
Day 1 – Bangalore – Coorg (6 hrs)
Holiday In Tamilnadu, You will be picked up from Bangalore airport and driven to Coorg on this day. En-route, you will visit the beautiful Namdroling Monastery or the Golden Temple in Kushalnagar (visit subject to permission on the spot). The monastery is one of the largest teaching centres of Nyingmapa – the Tibetian Buddhism. On reaching Coorg, check in at the hotel and have a good night’s stay.
Day 2 – Coorg Sightseeing
After breakfast, get ready for a full day sightseeing tour of Coorg covering major places of interest such as Dubare Elephant Camp, Abbey Falls, Raja’s Seat, Omkareshwara Temple (dedicated to Lord Shiva), Madikeri Fort and Museum. At Dubare Elephant Camp, you can watch the elephants being trained by the caretakers and getting playful in water. Also visit Abbey Falls, one of the many prominent attractions situated amidst lush forests and a peaceful locale. The Madikeri Fort and Museum was constructed in the later part of 17th century by Muddu Raja, the then king of Coorg. Later in the evening, you will return to the hotel for the night.
Day 3 – Coorg – Ooty (6 hrs)
Have a delicious breakfast at the hotel, check out and drive to Ooty (Udhagamadalam). On arrival, check in at the hotel and spend the evening at leisure. You may opt to relax in your rooms or explore some of the attractions like the Emerald Lake, Pykara Lake, Shooting Point, Avalanche Lake and Murugan Temple (leisure activities are not included in the package). Then stay overnight at the hotel.
Day 4 – The Best of Ooty and Coonoor
After a refreshing breakfast, travel from Ooty to Coonoor on the famous Toy Train (ticket subject to availability), for a short and beautiful ride. Upon reaching, our chauffeur will pick you up from the railway station and take you around Coonoor. Visit Sim’s Park, a beautiful botanical garden that is home to a variety of unusual species of plants from different parts of the world. Lamb’s Rock gives you a spectacular view of the lush forest and beautiful hills, making it an excellent picnic spot too. Also visit Dolphin’s Nose, a viewpoint at more than 1,000 feet above sea level, which offers breathtaking views. Return to Ooty and enjoy exploring the town’s major attractions like the Botanical Garden (22 hectares and over 650 species of flowers and trees), Doddabetta Peak (8,606 ft, the highest point in South India), The Wax Museum and Ooty Lake. Finally, rest the night away at your hotel in Ooty.
Day 5 – Ooty – Mysore (3 hrs)
Have breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive to Mysore on this day. On arrival, go on to visit the famous Mysore Palace. Built in 1912 in the Indo Saracenic architectural style, this historical palace of the Wodeyars exudes an unmatched grandeur. It is a must-visit landmark when in Mysore. Also visit the Jayachamarajendra Art Gallery that is situated in Jaganmohan Palace. It houses a collection of exquisite paintings that date back to 1875. Furthermore, you will visit the Bull Temple, a 4.8 m monolith situated in the middle of the hill on the way up to the Chamundi Temple. Then make a visit to the iconic landmark of the city – the Chamumdi Hill Temple (dedicated to Goddess Durga) and finally, the beautiful Brindavan Gardens. Then return to your hotel for the night.
Day 6 – Bid Adieu
Have breakfast at the hotel, check out and take transfer to Bangalore airport or railway station for your return journey.