Morning Arrival at Bangalore Airport , assistance upon arrival and, transfer to hotel / resort, get freshen up and move for Sightseeing / Visits as per the timings

Bangalore also referred ‘Silicon Valley of India’ South India’s most alive city and this city filled with lush green parks and gardens also called as the ‘Garden City of India’ full of remarkable attractions beautiful gardens, amusement parks, historical monuments and great cultural heritage. It is a city of unlimited fun, entertainment, and engagement for kids and the entire family. The city founded in 1537, in 2006 the city officially changed its name to Bengaluru, although the old name was still widely used. Unique architectural monuments like Bangalore Fort built in 1537 AD, Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace, and an excellent example of Indo-Islamic architecture and was the summer residence of the ruler Tipu Sultan. Bangalore Palace built in 1862; a smaller replica of the Windsor Castle, England and Mayo Hall was designed in memory of the Lord Mayo and is regarded as one of the finest designs of British architecture



After breakfast proceed to Mysore En-route visit at UNESCO world heritage site Srirangapatna Fort – Arrival at Mysore , transfer to hotel / resort, get freshen up and move for Sightseeing / Visits as per the timings

Srirangapatna the ancient town was the capital of the Kingdom of Mysore under Tipu Sultan. The island town of Srirangapatna now a UNESCO world heritage site and, the town have great cultural and historical significance

Mysore city known for its royal heritage and magnificent buildings and monuments, this city is the home of two UNESCO world heritage sites. The cultural ambience and achievements of this city earned it the sobriquet of Cultural Capital of South India. It served as the capital city of the Kingdom of Mysore from 14th century until mid 20th century. This period saw the kingdom change many hands of rulers and kings, from the Wadiyar Dynasty to Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan. Mysore noted for its majestic monuments, iconic structures, gorgeous palaces, great range of museums and art galleries and for the festivities that take place during the Dasara festival when the city receives hundreds of thousands of tourists from around the world. The city of Mysore is steeped in stories of power, prestige, and grandeur, which still reflects in its edifices and culture

Mysore Palace like no other palace in the world of its kind, the official residence of the Royal Wadiyars, the world heritage site listed by UNESCO a work of marvel. The history of Mysore Palace dates back to 1912. An overwhelming blend of Indo-Saracenic, neoclassical, Indo-Islamic and Gothic architecture, the palace boasts delicate works of mirrors, stained glass, mosaic and more. Visit on Sundays to see the dazzling light play of 100000 bulbs covering the façade and premise.



After breakfast move for Sightseeing / Visits in Mysore – Evening free for leisure 

Mysore Sand Sculpture Museum is the first sand sculpture museum in India. It houses more than 150 sand sculptures showcasing Mysore’s cultural heritage, wildlife and religion

Unique Railway Museum of Mysore an outdoor exhibit of vintage locomotives, the Railway Museum showcases archaic steam engines, the Maharani’s saloon, and other railway souvenirs. You can also visit the gallery of photographs and paintings depicting the history of Indian railways. While visiting this place don’t miss the battery-operated mini-train ride on the premise

Jaganmohan Palace in Mysore another prominent establishment, this palace showcases stunning architecture with intricate work. Since 1915, it has been the royal art gallery, housing rare paintings of the royal family, and other rarest objects and antique musical instruments



After breakfast drive for Ooty – Arrival at Ooty transfer to hotel / resort get freshen up and move for Sightseeing / Visits in as per the timings 

Ooty traditionally called Udhagamandalam the quaint and quiet hill town, one of the most popular mountain destinations in India, stands at over 2,200 m above sea level and has all the staples of a charming hill station, with cool temperatures all through the year. The expansive greenery, the pleasant weather, and the endless adventure options are what Ooty is famous for. Owing to its perfect geographical location on the hills, it has remained an all-time favorite retreat for family holidays and travelers of all interest


DAY 05: OOTY   

After breakfast move for visits in and round Ooty  

The lush landscape with tea estates, valleys, and forested green lands on one hand and the classic vibes of the good old days make this hill station the perfect place to escape. The ‘Ooty toy train’ a UNESCO world heritage is the major highlight of the popular hill town 

The Rose Garden in Ooty is considered to be one the largest Rose Garden in the world. The tropical mountain climate of Ooty is the perfect season for growing roses, and thus the garden is almost always full of vibrant flowers. Rose Garden in Ooty is a favorite destination among visitors. The garden, divided into five terraced areas, is a great place for spending the evening, surrounded by fragrant roses


DAY 06: OOTY – COONOR / OOTY      

After breakfast move Excursion trip to Coonor 

Head off for a mesmerizing railway journey as you board on the Ooty to Coonoor Toy Train. The almost nostalgic toy train gives visitors a revitalizing travel experience moving through lush green tea estates, thick forests, tall eucalyptus trees and lofty mountains. Covering a distance of 19 kms the Ooty to Coonoor route offers the most spectacular scenery along its way. The journey is slow and gives you ample opportunity to discover nature’s bounties 


Coonoor a quaint hill station with lush green forests, pretty colonial bungalows, and verdant tea plantations instantly win over your heart 



After breakfast drive to Bangalore,  En-route scenic journey through the picturesque hills, pine forest and, waterfalls – Arrival at Bangalore, transfer to Bangalore airport as per the timings