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Golden Triangle of Karnataka Tours

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Golden triangle of Karnataka tours are truly the wonderful tour plans for you to enjoy your holidays in a memorable way. At Make Your Vacations we plan something special and unique for you so that you can enjoy your holidays to the fullest. We have come up with this amazing tour plan that starts from Bangalore and cover Srirangapatnam, Mysore, Ooty, and Coonoor.

In Bangalore, you will visit Lal Bagh, Cubbon Park, Vidhana Soudha, Bangalore Palace, Tipu Sultan’s Palace, Bull Temple, St. Patrick’s Church and a number of other attractions. In Mysore, you will be witnessing the beauty of the Brindavan Gardens, Chamundi Hills, Mysore Lake, Zoo, St. Philomena’s Church and a lot more. Not forget to mention Ooty wherein, you will be visiting Botanical Gardens, the Dodabetta Peak, Ooty Lake, The Rose Garden, and Lamb’s Rock. Each and every tour place covered through golden triangle of Karnataka tours will keep you mesmerized and spell bound. Go through the tour itinerary given below and you will be exploring the wonders in your own way.

Tour Duration : (06 NIGHTS / 07 DAYS)
Places to Visit : Bangalore – Srirangapatnam – Mysore - Ooty – Coonoor – Bangalore

Day 01 : Arrival Bangalore
On arrival at Bangalore Airport, our representative will meet and assist after that transfer to the pre-booked hotel. After relaxation you can take a short tour of the sightseeing of the city; overnight at the hotel in Bangalore.

Day 02 : Bangalore
After breakfast take a sightseeing tour of the city visiting Lal Baugh - One of the many gardens in the city; it derives its name from the profusion of Red roses which are in bloom here, Cubbon Park - a garden laid down by Lord Cubbon in 1864. The ambience of the city life is broken with presence of such a large park in the center of the city. The Bull Temple - The 4.57 m high and 6.10 meters long image is carved out of single granite rock, Bangalore Palace - Built in the Tudor style and inspired by the Windsor palace, Vidhan Soudha - the Vidhan Soudha houses the state legislative assembly of state government, Tipu’s Palace - The summer palace of Tipu Sultan later followed by visit to Sri Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple - The temple is natural monolith carved cave temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. In the evening you can visit Ulsoor Lake. Overnight stay hotel.

Day 03 : Bangalore – Srirangapatnam – Mysore (140 kms: 4 hrs)
Morning after breakfast, leave for Mysore, En-route visit the Srirangapatnam (20 kms from Mysore) to visit Fort and Sri Ranganathaswami Temple, qn arrival, transfer to the hotel. After rest take a sightseeing tour visiting Maharaja Palace built in 1911-1912. The Palace is harmonious syntheses of the Hindu and saracenic style of architecture with archways, domes, turrets, colonnades and sculptures, which are magnificent. In the evening visit to the Brindavan gardens & spectacular musical fountains & Government Buildings, Later drive up to Chamundi Hill to see Chamundeshwari temple and a panoramic view of Mysore, see the Nandi Bull. Return to the hotel for overnight stay.

Mysore, the capital city of the Wodeyars has always enchanted its admirers with its quaint charm, rich heritage, magnificent palaces, beautifully laid-out gardens, imposing buildings, broad shady avenues and sacred temples. Mysore races its history back to the mythical past,when Goddess Chamundeshwari of Chamundi Hills killed the wicked buffalo-headed demon, Mahishasura. Mysore Dasara is the celebration of this victory of good over evil. Mysore also has associations with the Mahabharata and King Ashoka of the 3rd century B.C. During the Wodeyar rule Mysore reached the Zenith of its glory as a fabled centre of oriental splendor.

Day 04 : Mysore – Ooty (170 kms: 4 hrs)
After breakfast checkout and drive to Ooty, en route pass through the forest areas of Bandipur & Mudumalai Sanctuaries, on arrival transfer to the hotel. After relaxation, enjoy the beauty of this hill station. Ooty is fondly known as the 'Queen of Hill Stations', Ooty is snugly ensconced in the heart of the Nilgiris. Dotted with undulating hills, sparkling waterfalls, gurgling brooks and lush green tea gardens, this tranquil haven is sure to capture the hearts of every visitor. Rest of the evening is free for leisure. Overnight stay hotel.

Ooty Known as the queen of hills and the most popular hill station in the South India. It is located in the Nilgiri hills at 2286 meter above sea level. With its rolling lawns and salubrious climate it became the important hill station in South India and the summer capital of the former Madras presidency. Ooty still has the touch of the Raj about it, with its cottages and pretty gardens and stone churches that stands among the groves of pine. Old summer palaces of maharajas are now hotels and set in their beautiful parks.

Day 05 : Ooty
After breakfast take a sightseeing tour of Ooty visiting the Botanical Garden a lush green well maintained lawns, rare tree species (like the cork tree, the paper bark tree and the monkey puzzle tree - monkeys cannot climb this tree), a 20 million year old fossilized tree, an Italian-style garden bordering a clear pool, a vast variety of flowering bushes and plants in myriad hues, fern house with a vast range of ferns and orchids, are some of the many highlights of this garden. Besides these, there are various viewpoints like Kodanadu and Dodabetta Peak is the highest point in the district at a height of 2623 meters. Provided the day is clear, one can see as far as the plains of Coimbatore and the Mysore plateau. Overnight stay hotel.

Day 06 : Ooty – Coonoor – Ooty (30 kms: 1 hr drive)
After breakfast take the toy train ride for Conoor on the Blue Mountain Express. On arrival visit the Sim's Park, there are also a number of individual tree specimens planted all over the place, give a special charm to the park, Dolphin's Nose, the Nose is a unique rock of tremendous proportions which looks like a Dolphin, Lamb's Rock commands a grand view of the Coimbatore Plains, Laws Falls a paradise for Nature lovers. If you love trekking visit to The Droog, used by as an outpost by Tipu Sultan, stands 6,000 feet height overlooking the plains, it is around 3 kms trekking, later drive back to Ooty for overnight stay.

Connor : a pretty hill town, located in the western part of Tamil Nadu, Coonoor is the second largest hill station in the Nilgiris. The place has a variety of wildflowers and birds. It is also popular for activities like trekking and hiking. Coonoor is also talked about for its tea plantations and festivals. A toy train connects Coonoor with some of the other hill stations of the Nilgiris. Situated at an altitude of 1850 m above the sea level, the weather of Coonoor remains very pleasant throughout the year.

Day 07 : Ooty – Bangalore (290 kms: 6 hrs)
After breakfast check out from the hotel and drive to Bangalore airport to board the scheduled flight for hometown.

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