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The fifth most popular state in India in terms of tourism, Karnataka is a perfect blend of heritage and natural beauty. Bengaluru (earlier known as Bangalore), the capital of Karnataka, is one of the most significant states, as it is the hub of the Indian software industry. Who could have guessed that Karnataka alone houses 507 out of 3,600 centrally protected historical monuments in India, making it the largest number after Uttar Pradesh. Some of the famous temples in the state bring devotees from various parts of the world to pay their homage to their deities, making them an integral part of Karnataka tourism.

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Nestled amidst the lush rolling hills and valleys of the Western Ghats, Coorg is one of the most affluent hill stations in Karnataka offering unequaled luxurious holidays to tourists. Fondly referred to as the ‘Scotland of India’ and sometimes as ‘Kashmir of the South’ due to its verdant beauty and salubrious weather conditions, Coorg has a special place among all hill stations in India. Nestled at the altitude in the range of 3500 ft above sea level, the mountainous Kodagu (or Coorg) region is home to the Kodava people and Tibetan refugees. The natural majesty and lush environs of this hill station make it an ideal place for trekking, bird-watching and rejuvenation.

The most famous tourist attraction of Mysore – the Mysore Palace is situated in the heart of the City. This is the residence of the royal family – the Wodeyars. A magnificent piece of architecture, the Palace is a blend of Hindu, Muslim, Rajput and Gothic styles and houses some magnificent frescos and artefacts. The wall size paintings, more than 100 years old, look so real that you might just walk into them. There are also the three dimensional paintings and no matter where you are standing these will appear to face in your direction. The Diwan-e-Khas is the most spectacular room with a huge doorway of carved rosewood embellished with ivory, stained glass ceiling, chandeliers with fine motifs, mosaic floor and walls decorated with marble and semi precious stone and painted with gold.

Day 01- Bangalore to Mysore

On Arrival at Bangalore airport/railway station & proceed to Mysore on the way visit Srirangapatana which was the capital of King Hyder Ali and his son Tippu Sultan. By noon at Mysore , Check in at the hotel. Afternoon visit Mysore Palace it is one of the major attractions of Mysore. Then to Mysore Zoo were you can see some of the rare species of wildlife evening proceed to world famous Brindavan garden expended over 150 acres. The musical fountain and light show adds attraction to the garden. Then return back to the hotel and over night stay at Mysore.

Day 02 – Mysore to Coorg

After having breakfast in the morning Proceed to Coorg. On the way visit Kushal nagar golden temple, Tibetan colony, Nisarga dama etc and proceed to coorg on arrival check in hotel and rest of the day at leisure and over night stay at coorg.

Day 03 – Coorg – Local sight seeing

Morning after breakfast proceed to Tala cauvery were the river Cauvery starts, Bagamandala, Raja site, Aabi falls etc. Evening return back to hotel and overnight stay at Coorg.

Day 04 – Coorg to Ooty

After Breakfast Check out form the hotel &, proceed to Ooty. On arrival, check-in to your hotel. Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure and have a comfortable overnight stay.

Day 05 –Coog to Ooty

At early morning have breakfast and Proceed to Kodaikanal.  Check in to the hotel and evening at leisure. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 06 – Ooty to Kodaikanal

After breakfast proceed for half day local tour of Kodaikanal covering:  Bryant Park, Coaker’s walk, Pillar Rock and Suicide point. Evening visit Kodai Lake, the man-made star shaped lake, which spreads out over sixty acres.  Evening return back to hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Day 07- Ooty to Kodaikanal

Proceed for half day local tour of Kodaikanal covering:  Bryant Park, Coaker’s walk, Pillar Rock and Suicide point. Evening visit Kodai Lake, the man-made star shaped lake, which spreads out over sixty acres.  Evening return back to hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Day 08- Kodaikanal to Madurai

Check out of the hotel and proceed to Madurai airport/ railway station for onward journey with happy memories of the tour.

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