The Quaintness Of Southern Karnataka
- 7 days
- 1 person
In this plan, you’ll be covering a glimpse of most beautiful and naturalistic places of Karnataka. This includes Shakleshpur, Coorg, and Mysore, where you’ll be witnessing some of the untouched paths.
tour plans 7 days
On you arrival at Mangalore airport, our representative and driver will welcome you at the airport. Later you’ll be headed to Shakleshpur. On arrival at your resort Check in and rest of the day at leisure. Overnight at Shakleshpur
After breakfast explore the destination with your chauffer. A hill station in the heights of Western Ghats of India, Sakleshpur is a small town located in the state of Karnataka. Famous for being surrounded by a surprising number of plantations of coffee, tea and spices, Sakleshpur’s economy thrives on these. Apart from that, with the recent development in the tourism happening around the town, places to visit in Sakleshpur have recently gathered a lot of fame for themselves because of their beauty and the kind of experiences that they harbor, both of which are unparalleled. Overnight at Sakleshpura
After breakfast drive to Coorg. Coorg is an alluring hill station in Karnataka, blessed with mesmerizing waterfalls, towering hills, scenic views, and sprawling coffee plantations. Referred to as ‘the Scotland of India,’ Coorg is located amidst paradisiacal surroundings, offering endless opportunities for tourists to get closer to nature and its wonders. Besides natural beauty, the region is also a renowned cultural hub. Coorg is home to Bylakuppe, India’s second-largest Tibetan settlement. With so much to explore and experience, Coorg is a must-visit destination in Karnataka. Check in and afternoon explore Coorg with chauffer Overnight at Coorg
With so much to explore and experience, Coorg is a must-visit destination in Karnataka. Some of the most popular tourist places in this pristine town are: Bylakuppe :- The second biggest Tibetan settlement in India, Bylakuppe is one of the most sought-after tourist places in the town. While there are several must-visit sites within the settlement, The Golden Temple is the most popular. Also known as Namdroling Monastery, it is an example of a typical Tibetan architectural style. Tibetan New Year (festival of Losar) is a grand celebration that takes place here. Tourists from different parts of the country frequent this town to attend this event. Dubare Elephant Camp : -Visiting the Dubare Elephant Camp is one of the most exciting things to do in Coorg. This camp offers great opportunities to befriend elephants. You can watch them taking a bath, getting fed, and trained. Not only this, but tourists can also enjoy a mesmerizing coracle ride on the River Cauvery and witness the water species. Overnight at Coorg
After breakfast, the day is to travel to Mysore. Therefore finish up the check-out procedures and proceed to Mysore. Enroute you will be witnessing the scenic beauty of the outskirts of Karnataka. Moreover, you will get photo stops for enhancing your memories. Once you reach the hotel, proceed for check in procedures. Later rest of the day is on your own. You’re getting a chance to explore the city and if you’re a shopaholic, then this is the best option for explore the streets. Evening visit the very famous Vrindavan garden and enjoy the music fountain Overnight at Mysore
After breakfast explore Mysore with your chauffer Mysuru, the ‘City of Palaces’, is royalty and magnificence embodied; overflowing with history, sprawling gardens and tree-lined boulevards. One of South India’s most fascinating cities, Mysuru has a plethora of places to visit and explore. The places you shouldn’t miss during your trip are as follows: Mysore Palace: - Mysuru Palace also known as Amba Vilas is the official residence of the Wadiyar dynasty and the seat of the Kingdom of Mysuru. Its exquisite interiors – replete with carved mahogany ceilings, stained glass, gilded pillars and glazed tiles – epitomizes royalty and grandeur. The palace, illuminated with 97,000 lights, turns into a glorious spectacle at dusk on Sundays and public holidays. It is arguably the most visited palace in India. Mysore Zoo: - The zoo which has now spread over an area of 250 acres was initially meant for the exclusive visit of the royal family but public entry started as early as 1920. Mysore Park:- The Brindavan Gardens is a garden located 12 k.ms from the city of Mysore in the Mandya District of the Indian State of Karnataka. It lies adjoining the Krishnarajasagara Dam which is built across the river Kaveri. Chamundi Hills:- Chamundeswari temple is situated on the top of Chamundi hill which is about 3,489 ft. above sea level and located at a distance of 13 Kms. from Mysore. The temple is dedicated to Sri Chamundeswari, the titular deity of the Mysore Royal Family also described as ‘Mahishasura Mardini’for having killed the buffalo headed demon Mahishasura. Overnight at Mysore
After breakfast, it’s time for the check - out procedures. Once it’s done, our chauffeur will pick you and drop at the airport. Travel with immense pleasure and with good memories. See you for now and expecting for the next visit.
Applicable taxesBreakfast from Day 02 as per itineraryDriver Bata, Toll and ParkingAll transfers and sightseeing using an AC Medium car as per the itinerary.06 Nights’ accommodation in 01 DBL room on Twin sharing basis02 Bottles of 500 ml packaged drinking water Per person per day
Any meals which is not specified in the itineraryMonument Entrances / Destination fees anything which is not specified in the itineraryAir Tickets / Rail TicketsTips, laundry, telephone, etc.