Bangalore Coorg Wayanad Ooty Tour – Southern Triangle!! Three hill stations of three different states, an opportunity to experience great diversity in just 8 days!! You can experience the contrasts of all three neighbouring states in culture, geographical area, cuisine etc – Combination of three southern India hill stations with palace city!! It would be a great experience if you are traveling to South India for the first time. Culture, Traditions, History of three states in a 8 days trip would be a unique thing to do, provided you are fond of venturing into the unknown. All the three hill stations are unique geographically and also in attractions. Though, all three states are in South India, the types of delicacies available at each place are entirely different. Guests will be picked up from Bangalore International Airport or Railway Station. Initially, the guests will be traveling from Bangalore to Coorg. The distance between Bangalore and Coorg is 245 km, covered in 5 h 20 min. Major tourist destinations of Mysore, Coorg, Ooty and Wayanad will be covered during this 8 days of trip. On the final day, the guest will be traveling from Mysore to Bangalore. Distance between Mysore and Bangalore is 145 km covered in 3 h 20 min. The drop point can also be customized as Mangalore / Calicut / Coimbatore based on the traveller’s requirement. Guests will be dropped back to the Bangalore Airport / Railway Station with fond memories of a wonderful holiday to Bangalore Coorg Wayanad and Ooty.
Bangalore Coorg Wayanad Ooty Tour: 7 Nights & 8 Days
Places of Stay: Mysore – 1 Night | Coorg – 2 Nights | Wayanad – 2 Nights | Ooty – 2 Nights
Places to visit in Coorg:
- Abbey Falls (An incredible waterfall where the river Cauvery falls into the rocky laps from a elevation of 70 feet)
- Raja’s Seat (Raja’s Seat, meaning the Seat of the King is an amazing view point)
- Madikeri Fort (Built by Mudduraja in the last quarter of the 17th century)
- Nisargadhama (Chain of islands spread in 64 acres island, reachable through a dangling bridge)
- Golden Temple (Accommodating around 7000 Tibetan monks in and around, this beautiful architecture reflects the Tibetan Style of Architecture)
- Dubare Elephant Camp (Dubare Forest is a natural island of about 11-12 acres with elephant camp, elephant rides available)
Places to visit in Ooty:
- Ooty Lake (A wonderful ‘L’ shaped Lake in the heart of Ooty- Don’t miss boating here)
- Deer Park near Boat House (Can watch lots of Deer closely)
- Botanical Garden (Laid out in 1847 by the Marquis of Tweedale and is spread over 55 acres with Lush green lawns, rare tree species)
- Doddabetta Peak (Highest peak in the district, making it possibly the best vantage point around Ooty)
- Rose Garden (An miraculous garden for roses alone which has more than 20,000 varieties of roses)
- Sim’s Park (An unusual-cum- botanical park in Coonoor, developed in1874, has numerous rare species of plants and fruits)
- Dolphin’s Nose (A view point in the shape of Dolphin nose with an astonishing view of deep valley in front and Catherine falls in long view).
Places to Visit in Wayanad:
- Edakkal Caves (Provides great view from top, famous for ancient inscriptions).
- Jain Temple (Though near to Sulthan Bathery Town, it is a serene place).
- Muthanga Wild Life Sanctuary (One of the famous wildlife safaris of Kerala).
- Banasura Sagar Dam (The largest dam in India, speed boat facility available).
- Lakkidi view point (Amazing view from the top of Valley and Ghats).
- Chain Tree near Lakkidi (Story behind the ghat section road).
- Jain Temple (One of the ancient Jain Temple of Kerala).
- Pookot Lake (A fresh water lake in the valleys with pedal/row boat facilities).
- Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary (Jungle safari conducted by forest department in the morning and evening).
Places to Visit in Mysore:
- Mysore Palace (one of the extremely preserved treasures of the country)
- Mysore Zoo (known as the Palace Zoo, Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens, accommodates some of the finest species of animals)
- Brindavan Garden (located below the Krishna Raja Sagar dam across the river Cauvery, the marvelously designed garden showcases variety of beautiful garden plants)
- Jaganmohan Palace (Palace built in 1861, converted as Jayachamarajendra Art Gallery).