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Hyderabad to Bangalore

Hyderabad-Gulbarga -Bijapur-Badami- Hampi-Chitradurga-Chikmangalur -Malpe-Coorg–Nagarhole- Mysore-Bangalore

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Hyderabad to Bangalore


Day 1


QutbShahi Tombs, Golconda Fort, Charminar, Mecca Masjid,Balahissar, Secunderabad, Trinity Church

You should start with the oldest of our monuments: the QutbShahi Tombs and the Golconda Fort. First visit the tomb of Mohammad QuliQutb Shah, the fifth sultan, and founder of Hyderabad. From the terrace around the tomb you will get a beautiful panorama of the Golconda fort in the foreground and the Charminar, Mecca Masjid and the Old City on the horizon. From the Tombs, carry on to the Golconda Fort, hardly 3 kilometers away. If you are feeling energetic enough, do visit the Balahissar, a delightful pavilion perched on the pinnacle of the main hillock of Golconda.Enjoy dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 2


A P Archeological Museum, Birla Mandir

On the second day of your visit, the Public Gardens and the A P Archeological Museum where you can also see Jubilee Hall and the Legislative Assembly. Carry on to Birla Mandir on the Kala Pahad hillock. This is a temple of The Lord Venkateshwara, and built almost entirely of white marble. There is a superb view of the HussainSagar and the State Secretariat complex from here. Reserve the afternoon for the rocks of Hyderabad. They are 2,500 million years old and an integral part of the Deccan landscape. Some fine examples can still be seen in the Jubilee Hills area of Hyderabad.Help yourself with Indian hyderabadi food items here, while relaxing in hotel.

Day 3


GolGumbaz, Ibrahim Rauza, Jama Masjid, and the AsarMahal.

Move on to Gulbarga that is about 214 km from Hyderabad. Gulbarga is mostly known as the erstwhile capital of the Bahmani kings and still houses several tombs and forts belonging to that era. The foremost ones to visit are Gulbarga Fort, the SharanaBasaveshwara Temple, and the KhwajaBande Nawaz Dargah. Overnight stay in the hotel in Gulbarga.

Day 4


GolGumbaz, Ibrahim Rauza, Jama Masjid, and the AsarMahal.

The next destination after Gulbarga in the Discover Karnataka tour is Bijapurand that is about 166km from Gulbarga (3hrs). Although the first traces of Bijapur dates back to the 11th century, the city nevertheless gained much prominence during the rule of the AdilShahi dynasty. Most of the monuments housed here still resonates the sounds and sights belonging to the era. The topmost attractions in the city include the GolGumbaz, Ibrahim Rauza, Jama Masjid, and the AsarMahal.then straight move towards the next destination i.eBadamiand that is about 119km from Bijapur (2hrs 20mins).

Day 5


BadamiFort,Open Air Museum and the Cave temples

Next morning after breakfast, start exploring this beautiful city. Badami was the royal capital of Chalukyas. Badami is most famous for its ancient rock cut caves and temples that are still held in very high esteem by the devotees and tourists alike. After reaching Badami check-in at one of your listed hotels. Relax for sometime in the cozy comfort of its room. After lunch embark on a sightseeing tour of Badami. The attraction scheduled for the day includes Badami Fort, Open Air Museum and the Cave temples. The Badami cave temples are a complex of temples, considered the finest.Overnight stay in the hotel in Badami

Day 6


Monkey Temple, Statue of UgraNarsimha, Virupaksha temple

The day begins with a tour to Hampi and that is about 139km from Badami,the UNESCO World Heritage Site, set out to explore Hampi and begin with Historic Sites, first historical site is Monkey Temple, Climb the 600 steps to Monkey Temple and see the mythological birthplace of Lord Hanuman, the monkey warrior god. Situated on top of Anjaneya Hill, you'll be rewarded with panoramic views of Hampi's ancient monuments, the surrounding fields and mountains, and the rushing Tungabadhra River. It continues to be an important religious centre, housing the Virupaksha temple, as well as several other monuments belonging to the old city. overnight stay.

Day 7


Vittala Temple, Islamic Quarter, Ahmed Khan's mosque and tomb, Archeological Museum

In the morning you can head out to see the riverside ruins. You can spend time at the Vittala Temple and then at the Coracle Crossing. Later, you can visit the Islamic Quarter, and pay your respects at Ahmed Khan's mosque and tomb. Later in the day, you can visit the famous Archeological Museum, and learn the fascinating history of the ruins of Hampi. In the evening enjoy a sumptuous dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 8


Chitradurga Fort, Hidimbeshwar Temple

On the 8th day of the tour, you will leave Hampi for Chitradurga that is located at a distance of about 143km(3hours 22mins) from here. Chitradurga is an ancient city most noted for its forts. The impregnable Chitradurga fort still resounds with a number of legends that surround it. You will love to hear out the tales and narrations of the sagas of those eras that are narrated by the local guides here. Overnight stay in Chitradurga.

Day 9


Ankali Mutt, Vani Vilas Sagar Dam, KallinaKote,Jain Pilgrimage

On the 9th day of the tour post breakfast,Get ready for a full day of sightseeing on the next day: steep yourself in history at KallinaKote, take in the spiritual surroundings of Ankali Mutt, and then see human ingenuity at work at Vani Vilas Sagar Dam.And then drive down to Chikmagalur. Stop midway to visit the Jain pilgrimage sites at Shravanbelagola, noted for its 17 meter high statue of Lord Gomateshvara. After the visit, continue your drive to Chikmagalur.and that is about 151km (3hours 10mins) from Chitradurga As you reach Chikmagalur, get accommodated at one of our listed hotels. Enjoy dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 10


Mullayanagiri-Baba Budangiri -Manikyadhara / Honnamma Falls-kemmannugundi

In the morning post breakfast, take a leisurely walk to explore Chikmagalur city. It was in Chikmagalur that coffee was first cultivated in India. Enjoy the breathtaking views and unpolluted ambiance of the town which makes it haven for the travelers.Then proceed to visit Mullayanagiri. Mullayanagiri is the highest peak of the Karnataka state located in Bababudangiri range. The height of Mullayanagiri is 6330 ft (1,930 meters) and it is regarded as the highest peak between Himalayas and Nilgiris. Then 34.8 km away from Mullayanagiri, Baba Budangiri (also known as Dattagiri& Chandra DronaParvatha) is a mountain in the Baba Budan range in Chikmagalur District of Karnataka. Baba Budangiri Hills are known for its distinct forest range and also popular for hiking and trekking. There is a famous trekking trail between Mullayanagiri and Baba Budangiri. After Baba Budangiri prepare yourself for the ultimate spectacular sight of fall. Manikyadhara fall and Hebbe Fall.Manikyadhara fall, At a distance of 7 km from Baba BudangiriDattatreyaPeetha this is situated midst dense Forest offering great views of Baba Budangiri Hills.

Day 11


Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary-Hebbe Fall-Hornadu

In morning after breakfast move towards the next interesting spot i.e. Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary at a distance of 38km from Chikmagalur, a diverse and exciting wildlife can be found here. Wildlife enthusiasts will definitely enjoy this spot. Reptiles like Crocodiles and various kinds of snakes can also be found here. The activities in Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary include wildlife viewing on jeeps, water-based adventures, trekking, island camping, bird watching and rock climbing.then our next destination for the day would be Hebbe falls, it is one of the most picturesque tourist destinations of Chikmagalur district. Hebbe Falls is surrounded by dense forests and coffee plantations. After exploring these wonderful picturesque tourist destinations for a while, set out to explore Hornadu the last spot of chikmagalur.

Day 12


Halebid, Malpe Beaches

From Chikmagalur, head straight towards Malpe, an enchanting beach resort in the heart of Karnataka. Located at a distance of about 171.5km (3hours 35mis), Malpe is most fondly frequented for its beaches and ancient Hindu temples. However, before you arrive in Malpe, you will also visit the architectural masterpieces of Halebid. Known for its rock cut temples, a brief halt in Halebid will more than refresh you and prepare you for the next leg of journey until Malpe. On arrival in Malpe, you can straight away proceed towards the beach to refresh yourself after a long travel and also to capture some lovely sunset views. Overnight stay in the beach resort in Malpe.

Day 13


Dubare Elephant Camp, KaveriNisargadhama, Abbey Falls, Raja Seat

You need at least 2 days for a leisure tour of Coorg and its amost193.6km(4hours15mins) from MalpeCoorg has many ‘themes’. Wildlife, nature, adventure, religious places, historic sites, homestays, plantation tours and so on. Coorg is a lot about soaking yourselves in the ambient than sightseeing. 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 14


Bhagamandala Temple and Talakaveri Temple

Nothing is better than start your day by visiting temples Bhagamandala and Talakaveri. Bhagamandala is about 40km west of Madikeri and Talakaveri is another 8 km .If you start in the morning from Madikeri, you can visit both the places and start back by afternoon, or even early. Evening can be reserved for the less hectic attractions around Madikeri town.

Day 15


Jeep safari

The drive from Coorg to Nagarhole will take almost 2.5 hours. Therefore on arrival in this wildlife abundant area, you can check into a jungle resort to enhance the pleasures of visiting a national park. Nagarhole is specifically visited for viewing its exotic collection of Asiatic elephants. Therefore, while here do not miss an opportunity of treating your eyes to some of the most exciting visuals of the grand animal. A jeep safari here will only add to the pleasures.Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 16


Ranganathittu Birds Sanctuary, Chamundi Hills, Mysore Palace, Saint Philomena’s Cathedral

And next day move towards Mysore which is almost 89km from Nagarhole.And will take almost 2 hours. The first place you will go to explore in Mysore is the Ranganathittu Birds Sanctuary and early morning is good time for bird watching. It is located off Bangalore-Mysore highway, If you are bird lover, then you would surely fall in love with this place which is home to a wide variety of winged visitors. After visiting Ranganathittu, you can visit Chamundi Hills which is famous for Chamundeswari temple. Later once you are in the Mysore city, you can encounter the famed Mysore Palace and Saint Philomena’s Cathedral. It houses several valuable paintings created by the renowned artisans. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 17


Tipu Sultan Palace, LalBagh, Ulsoor Lake, Cubbon Park

The last place of your trip is Bangalore,which is almost 149km (3hours) from Mysore . Relax and experience all the leisure or facilities provided by them. After that leave for the tour of the city where you visit most popular places of the city like Tipu Sultan Palace, and this city is very well known for its lakes & parks so later you will encounter with this beautiful spots LalBagh, Ulsoor Lake, and Cubbon Park.

Day 18


Nandi Hills

Ayurvedic Treatments well known for flow of Energy, so start your day by enjoying your own company at the silent spaces area and release all the stress of your life at that moment. Then moving further after checking out from the hotel is an ancient hill fortress in southern India, in the Chikkaballapur district of Karnataka state. It is 10 km from Chickballapur town and approximately 60 km from the city of Bangalore. There you can do several sports like Paragliding - Nandi Hills is one of the unique places in Karnataka which offers paragliding activity. Cycling/biking - 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. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 19


Kempegowda International Airport (BLR)

Enjoy a wholesome breakfast then prepare for a fond farewell as you transfer to the airport and fly back, carrying memories of trip that will live with you for a lifetime
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