In Coorg, visit coffee plantations, orange orchards and paddy fields. Visit Abbey Falls & Lord Omkareswara Temple. In Kabini, safari and boating (optional). In Mysore, Light & Sound show at Mysore Palace. Sightseeing tours by private air-conditioned vehicle. Start and End in Bangalore
Arrival in Bangalore | Drive to Coorg (260 kms / approx. 6 hours)
Meet our representative upon arrival in Bangalore and drive towards Coorg –The land of Coffee and Spices is well known for its scenic beauty, breathtaking adventures and great hospitality. Upon arrival, check-in at the hotel and spend evening at leisure. Overnight stay in Coorg.
Hotel Coorg International Coorg with Breakfast + Dinner | 3 Star
Sitting 1,400 m above sea level, Hotel Coorg International offers a modern getaway with an outdoor pool and Ayurvedic massage treatments. Enjoying the cool mountain climates of the Western Ghats, it also provides free Wi-Fi in public areas and free parking. The on-site restaurant serves Indian, Chinese and Continental dishes. Fitted with air conditioning, all room are equipped with a satellite TV and personal safe. En suite bathrooms come with a shower. Hotel Coorg International is located just opposite Police Ground Madikeri and is 2 km from Madikeri Bus Station. It is 120 km from Mysore Railway Station and 140 km from Mangalore Airport.Day trips and car rentals can be arranged at the tour desk. The hotel also provides meeting rooms and laundry services.
Sightseeing in Coorg
Today, enjoy a half day tour of Coorg. Visit the Abbey Falls, located among coffee plantations and spice estates… here, the Kaveri river cascades down a rockface into beautiful calm pools. Proceed to Raja’s Seat, a small pavilion with a garden surrounding it, offering a view of the spectacular Blue Mountains around. Visit the Omkareshwara Temple, dedicated to Shiva, which is almost 200 years old and is a surprising blend of Islamic and Gothic styles. Overnight stay at the hotel in Coorg.
Leisure in Coorg
After breakfast, spend full day at leisure. Alternatively, you may plan your activities independently. Overnight stay in Coorg.
Drive from Coorg to Kabini (120 kms / approx. 4 hours)
After breakfast, drive towards Kabini – is part of Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve and popular for Nagarhole National Park and Project Tiger Reserve. Apart from enjoying wildlife safaris, you can also choose to take a cruise down the Kabini River through boat. Enjoy fabulous sceneries, feasting the eyes for a lifetime memories with the flora and fauna around the lusting greeneries, atop of the boat. Overnight stay in Kabini.
The Bison Kabini with Breakfast + Dinner | 3 Star
The Bison. Shaaz Jung: An avid wild-lifer, renowned naturalist, cat tracker and wildlife photographer. Shaaz left the lucrative corporate life having earned his degree from the Utrecht School of Economics, to follow the family’s passion of establishing eco tourism as an integral tool for Conservation. Shaaz has spent years studying game movement in South India and has earned the name ‘Leopard man of India’ with his astonishing Leopard portfolio. Currently Shaaz is making a feature film for National Geographic on Kabini’s wildlife.
Leisure in Kabini
After breakfast, enjoy full day at leisure. Alternatively, you may plan your activities independently. Overnight stay in Kabini.
Drive from Kabini to Mysore (35 kms / approx. 1 hour)
After breakfast, drive towards Mysore - An ancient city with more than 600 glorious years of legacy, Mysore is one of the most flamboyant places in India. Known for its glittering royal heritage, bustling markets, magnificent monuments, cosmopolitan culture and a friendly populace, it is also a thriving centre for the production of premium silk, sandalwood and incense. After reaching, check-in at hotel and visit Mysore Palace - The interior of Mysore Palace is richly carved, intricate, colorful and architecturally thrilling. It is from this palace the erstwhile rulers, the Wodeyars, ruled the Mysore Kingdom. A Sound & Light show which narrates the palace's history with effects of illumination is a must-watch for palace. Overnight stay in Mysore.
Sandesh The Prince Mysore with Breakfast + Dinner | 3 Star
Sandesh The Prince is located in the historic city of Mysore, just 1 km from the city centre and Mysore Zoo. Offering free internet, it also has an outdoor pool, Ayurvedic spa treatments and a 24-hour coffee shop. Decorated in neutral colours, air-conditioned rooms are equipped with a flat-screen cable TV and minibar. En suite bathrooms come with shower facilities and a hairdryer. Sandesh The Prince is 4 km from Mysore Airport and 140 km from Bengaluru International Airport. Free parking is available. Guests can exercise at the gym, visit the beauty salon or read the free newspapers available from the front desk. The hotel also has a children's club and 24-hour room service.
Departure Drive from Mysore to Bangalore (145 kms / approx. 3.5 hours)
After breakfast, you will be transferred to Bangalore airport for return flight back home.
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