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Day 01 Arrive at Bangalore and proceed to Mysore
Arrival at Bangalore Airport. (Bangalore to Mysore 3.20 Hrs & 152 Kms ). Then visit Chamundi Hills to pay your obeisance to Goddess Chamundeshwari. On the way back to the city you will see Statue of Mahishasura and Nandi. Pay a visit to Lalith Mahal Palace Hotel. And later visit Jaganmohan Palace Art Gallery.
After lunch, you will visit Mysore Palace, one of the largest palaces in the country and the beautiful St.Philomena's Church the most majestic churches in India. Later drive to Brindavan Gardens a show garden that has Botanical Park with fountains as well as a musical fountain.
The Mysore Zoo, one of the oldest and well-maintained zoos in India And also visit Karanji Lake, a picturesque lake located at the footsteps of Chamundi Hills. Later drive to Srirangapatna where you will visit Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, Sri Ranganatha Swamy Temple, Tipu's Summer Palace, fort, Gumbuz and Nimishamba Temple. Later in evening visit Mysore Palace to see it illuminated with 98,000 bulbs. Overnight stay at the hotel.
DAY 02 Mysore/Sightseeing then proceed to Ooty
After breakfast, check out from the hotel. Mysore remaining sightseeing and then proceed to Ooty. On Arrival at Ooty, check-in to Ooty Hotel. After fresh up, If time permits proceed below to Ooty Sightseeing Places
Ooty Rose Garden - The pride of Ooty lies in the Rose Garden With more than 20 thousand variety of roses. It belongs to an elite club of 35 rose gardens around the world which have won the Garden of Excellence Award for South Asia.
Ooty Lake - An artificial lake, built in 1825 by John Sullivan, Ooty Lake is one of the most popular tourist attractions. Its scenic beauty captivates everyone. Walking around the lake on a well-laid footpath and boating are also quite popular here.
DAY 03 Full Day Ooty Conoor Sightseeing
After Breakfast, proceed to visit other tourist places of Ooty including:
Coonoor - Located around 20 km from Ooty Coonoor is one of the largest hill stations after Ooty. In the Nilgiri Hills, at an altitude of 1,850 m above sea level, this hill stations presents an alluring list of tourist attractions and adventure sports like trekking.
Sim's Park - Located at a height of 1780 meters, Sim’s Park is a botanical garden which was established in 1874. It has more than 1000 species of flora including Queensland Karry Pine, Rudraksha (the bead tree) and Ornamental tree making it a place worth visiting.
Lamb's Rock - Located on the way to Dolphin’s Nose in Ooty, Lamb’s Rock is also called as Echo Rock. A popular picnic spot, it offers an admirable view of Coimbatore Plains and surrounding lush greenery. The route to this place offers trekking opportunities too.
Dolphin’s Nose - Located 10 km at a distance from Coonoor, Dolphin’s Nose is a peak offering an enchanting view of the Nilgiri Hills and the Catherine Falls. The peak of the hill resembles a nose of a dolphin hence the name.
Tea Garden - Coonoor, known as the tea garden town, boasts of many breathtaking tea gardens. A tour to these tea plantations, walking through the lush greenery and refreshing aromas of tea is an experience worth trying.
DAY 04 Ooty
After Breakfast, proceed to visit few more tourist places of Ooty including:
Doddabetta Peak - It is the highest point of Nilgiris hills with a height of about 2,623 meters. It is also the second highest peak in South India. A junction of Western and Eastern Ghats, its breathtaking view of the landscape around is something not to be missed.
Ooty Tribal Research Center - Located about 10 kilometers from Ooty, it conducts research on the tribals inhabiting South India and the Andaman and Nicobar islands. It also houses guest house and a library.
Deer Park - It is located about 1 km away from the Ooty Lake. Along with deer such as Sambhar and the Chital, this park hosts a variety of flora and fauna, especially avian fauna.
Avalanche Lake - Located at a distance of 28 kilometers from Ooty, surrounded by lush greenery, this lake presents breathtaking scenic beauty. As the name suggests, this lake is the result of an avalanche. It is Trout fishing is also quite popular here.
Kalhatti Waterfalls - Located about 15 kilometers from Ooty, the waterfalls can be reached after a two-mile trek from the Kalahatti village. It is fabled that Saint Agastya used to live here. Along with a variety of flora and fauna, it is also ideal for bird watching.
Kamraj Sagar Dam - Also known as the Sandynallah Reservoir, it is a wonderful picnic spot with refreshing nature around. It is also frequented by a lot of bird
DAY 05 Departure from Bangalore
After breakfast, Check out from the hotel and proceed to Bangalore. If possible, Bangalore local sightseeing then drop at Airport. The blissful holiday comes to an end today. Every moment of the trip was memorable but as all good things in life must come to an end it's time now to head for Bangalore /Coimbatore Airport and board the flight back home. Tour Ends with sweet memories…
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