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Bangalore offers a variety of tourist attractions like no other place of India. Bangalore is the Silicon Valley of India,it is the one of the most vibrant cities and there is a lot to see. With several pubs and restaurants, Architectural Marvels and natural getaways, Bangalore can be a traveler’s delight.

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Bangalore Itinerary


Day 1

Your Plan

Bangalore is the ideal starting spot of your beautiful trip, upon your arrival at the Bangalore airport / station, get an assisted transfer to the hotel. Relax and experience all the leisure or facilities provided by them. After that, leave for the tour of the city where you visit the most popular places of the city like Tipu SultanPalace, and this city is very well known for its lakes &parks. Later you can visit some beautiful spots like LalBagh, Ulsoor Lake, and Cubbon Park.

Day 2

Your Plan

Start you day with an Ayurvedic massage and release all the stress of your life at that moment. After checking out from the hotel you’ll visit an ancient hill fortress in southern India, in the Chikkaballapur district of Karnataka state. Nandi Hills is cyclist’s paradise, around 400 meters of altitude gain in 7 km of ride; it’s a very good hill training spot for anyone.

Mysore isat a distance of 139 km from Bangalore, the second biggest City in Karnataka. Mysore still retains its old world charm with its palaces, heritage buildings, traditions and temples. It is known as a City of Palaces. Mysore has several tourist attractions including palaces, museums, temples, garden etc.

Day 3

Your Plan

First place for the day would be RanganathittuBirds Sanctuary and early morning is the best time for bird watching. After visitingRanganathittu, you can visit Chamundi Hills which is famous for Chamundeswaritemple. Once you are in the Mysore city, you should visit the famed Mysore Palace and Saint Philomena’s Cathedral. It houses several valuable paintings created by the renowned artisans.

Coorg truly the “Scotland of India” is one of the top tourist attractions in India.Located in the range of 3500 feet above the sea level. Mystical hills, Cool breeze salubrious climate, and rich aroma of coffee and cardamom plantations will engulf your senses as you step into this Quaint Hill station of Karnataka.Unspoiled, serene and beautiful, Coorg is the perfect retreat to unwind and rejuvenate, or indulge into sheer adventure.

Day 4

Your Plan

At a distance of 29 km from Madikeri, Dubare Elephant Camp is one of the most famous places to visit in Coorg. There are opportunities for trekking, elephant rides, coracle ride, bird watching, fishing, and river rafting. Then 12km from Dubare Elephant Camp seconditem apt for a detour from the highway is KaveriNisargadhama, which offers the opportunity to enjoy the naturally beautiful forest with tons of fun facilities. Abbey falls is a good short excursion trip from Madikeri. You can have a fantastic view of the falls from the hanging bridge. The last spot to visit is Raja seat, asthe golden rays of the setting sun offer a wonderful sight so the best time to visit Raja's Seat and experience the scenic view is during the evening hours.

Day 5

Your Plan

Nothing is better than starting your day by visiting temples, Bhagamandala and Talakaveri. If you start in the morning from Madikeri, you can visit both the places and start back by afternoon. Evening can be reserved for the shopping spree to the local shops for famous silk fabric, coconut oil, coffee scru, cardamom and other local spices.

Wayanad is populated with a number of attractions and sights to visit, this city appeals to the imagination of many tourists from around the world, and leaving you spell bound. It is known for its cool highland climate.

Day 6

Your Plan

Start your day visitingEdakkal caves, which are located on top of a hillock at an altitude of over 4000 feet on Ambukutty Mala. Edakkal caves are one of the prime tourist places to visit in Wayanad and often represented in the promotion of Wayanad Tourism. The route to Edakkal from Ambalavayal is quite scenic.Another 5.5km away from this place is Wayanad Heritage Museum also known as Ambalavayal Heritage Museum. The Museum displays tribal relics and artifacts. Then 58 min from Wayanad Heritage Museum, Lakkidi is a Hill Station often called as the gateway of Wayanad. Lakkidi is also famous for the Chain Tree. Banasura Dam is the second largest in Asia which is marked with a cluster of small size islands. These islands with the background of the Banasura hill provide a mesmerizing sight. The dam is a place of great natural beauty.

Kozhikode is a place of historical importance and an amazing place for foodies. It has a great backing with history of Portuguese traveler Vasco Da Gama. And the city is filled with great beaches and good cuisines. It is a place of joy and relief. The taste of Malabar is world famous. And you will get to do the best shopping there. Its surroundings are quite breathtaking with the Arabian Sea in the west and Wayanad hills on east.

Day 7

Your Plan

First head to the Tali Temple, unique temple, famous for hosting Annual Festival which is truly remarkable. Then head towards the Krishna Menon Museum and Pazhassi Raja Museum. The Krishna Menon Museum displays paintings, woodcarvings, ivory objects etc, while the other museum has houses artifacts like ancient stones, antique items. Afterwards, head towards The S.M Street,famous street to shop. From cosmetics to sarees, from spices to the street food, you can find everything in this market. Once you finish shopping to your heart’s content, end your beautiful journey by relaxing at the Kozhikode Beach, this beach offers one of the best views of the sunset. It is the one of the most beautiful and serene beaches of Kozhikode.
  • Accommodation with Breakfast
  • Transfers
  • Sightseeing
  • Lunch, dinner (breakfast in case of backpackers)
  • Entry fee for any museum, cultural activities etc.
  • Tipping, laundry, telephone, alcoholic beverages, camera/video, medical expenses etc
  • Expenses caused by reasons such as road blocks, medical evacuations or any accidents.

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