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Spiritual and Wildlife Karnataka Tours

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Make Your Vacations plans wonderful tours for you by the name of spiritual and wildlife Karnataka tours for 15 days. There is a lot more, even the entire south India’s attractions through this tour. Your tour will start from Bangalore. Puttaparthi, Srirangapatnam, Mysore, Halebid, Belur, Hassan, Coorg, Nagarhole, Bandipur, Ooty and Conoor are different cities and attractions covered through spiritual and wildlife Karnataka tours. The beautiful destinations covered by this wonderful tour package will provide you the real meaning of South India tourism that is famous for its wildlife sanctuaries, national parks, prehistoric wonders, beaches, mountain ranges, hill stations and a lot more.

Our spiritual and wildlife Karanata tours cover the famous pilgrimages and wildlife sanctuaries of the state. Some of the added benefits of the tour package include pick and drop, sightseeing, multi-cuisine food, comfy accommodation and a lot more. We provide you everything during this tour. The interesting thing is that you will be enjoying the destinations in your budget.

Tour Duration : (14 NIGHTS / 15 DAYS)
Places to Visit : Bangalore – Puttaparthi – Srirangapatnam – Mysore – Halebid – Belur – Hassan – Coorg – Nagarhole – Bandipur – Ooty – Conoor – 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 stay Bangalore.

Day 02 : Bangalore
Morning 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 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 – Puttaparthi (Excursion : 120 kms)
After morning breakfast, take an excursion tour visiting Puttaparthi. Day is free to spend the time in the Puttaparthi. Visit at Sai Baba's Ashram at Puttaparthi is called Prashanti Nilayam. Prashanti Nilayam means "the abode of Highest Peace". This is a very big ashram with the capacity to house thousands. Here we will give you an overview of visiting Sai Baba, after visit return to Bangalore for overnight stay at the hotel.

Puttaparthi : 120 kms away from Bangalore, it is a small village in Ananthapur district of Andhra Pradesh and the person responsible for it is "Bhagawan Sri Satya Sai Baba" considered as a loving God by millions. Prasanthi Nilayam (Adobe of peace) is an imposing edifice at Puttaparthi built by the devotees in reverence to the living God at his birthplace. People seeing peace of mind and solace make a beeline to this village from all over the world.

Day 04 : Bangalore – Srirangapatnam – Mysore (140 kms: 4 hrs)
After breakfast check out from the hotel and drive to Mysore, En-route visit the Srirangapatnam (20 kms from Mysore) to visit Fort and Sri Ranganathaswami Temple. After that drive to Mysore, which is the Sandalwood and Incense Capital of the World & some of India's finest Crafts, such as Printed Silk, Inlaid, Furniture and Ivory Carvings are also found here. Also known as the city of Palaces, Mysore retains a quaint charm that never fails to enchant. On arrival transfer to the hotel, after lunch visit to local market, evening visit to Brindavan gardens & spectacular musical fountains.

Day 05 : Mysore
After breakfast visit the Palace of the Maharaja (Emperor) built in 1911 - 1912. The palace is of harmonious syntheses of the Hindu and saracenic styles of architecture with archways, domes, turrets, colonnades and sculptures which are magnificent followed by visit to St. Philomenas cathedral. Later drive up to Chamundi Hill to see Chamundeshwari temple and a panoramic view of Mysore. On your way back, see the Nandi Bull. Also visit the flower and sandal wood market, handicraft museum. Overnight stay Mysore.

Day 06 : Mysore – Halebid – Belur – Hassan (170 kms: 4 hrs)
After breakfast check out from the hotel and drive to Hassan en route through picturesque hilly landscape and en route stopover in Halebid, which is the ancient capital of Hoysala Empire. In Halebid we visit the Hoysalesvara Temple of 12th century where we see half-life size statues of Hindu deities, with minute details of each, all around the temple. After the visit in Halebid we proceed to Belur. In Belur we visit the group of Chennakesava Temples, which are famous for its architecture and sculptures. After visit drive to Hassan for overnight stay.

Halebid is 27 kms northwest of Hassan and 17 kms east of Belur. The temples of Halebid - like those of Belur - bear mute testimony to the rich, cultural heritage of Karnataka. The Hoysaleswara Temple, dating back to the 21th century, is astounding for its wealth of sculpture details. The walls of the temple are covered with an endless variety of Gods and Goddesses, animals, birds and dancing girls. This magnificent temple - guarded by a Nandi Bull - was never completed despite 86 years of labor. The Jain basis nearby are equally rich in sculpture detail.

Belur, this quaint hamlet - 38 kms from Hassan - is located on the banks of the river Yagachi. It was once capital of the Hoysala Empire, today made unforgettable for its exquisite temples. The Chennakesava temple is one of the finest examples of Hoysala architecture. It took 103 years to complete this architectural marvel. The facade of the temple is filled with intricate sculptures and frescos, with no portion left blank, Elephants, episodes from the epics, sensuous dancers. The Veeranarayana Temple and the smaller shrines are worth a visit.

Hassan : Hassan is a convenient base to visit Shravanabelagola, Belur and Halebid. The District Museum here has a collection of sculpture, paintings, weapons, coins and inscriptions. The temples of Halebid - like those of Belur - bear mute testimony to the rich cultural heritage of Karnataka. The Hoysaleshwara Temple, dating back to the 12th century is astounding because of its wealth of sculptural details. The walls of the temple are covered with an endless variety of gods and goddesses, animals, birds and dancing girls. Yet no two facets of the temple are the same. This magnificent temple, guarded by the Nandi Bull was never completed.

Day 07 : Hassan – Coorg (150 kms: 4 hrs)
After morning breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive to Coorg. On arrival, transfer to the hotel. After relaxation take a half day sightseeing tour the hilly district visiting Tibetan Monastery, Omkeshwar Temple- dedicated to Lord Shiva, Later return to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 08 : Coorg
Morning after breakfast, take a sightseeing tour of Madikeri, also known as the “Scotland of India”. Visit Madikeri Fort, Abbey Falls, Nisargadhama - Known for its calm, serene beauty, this place is an ideal picnic spot visited by hundreds of tourists throughout the year. Overnight stay hotel.

Madikeri : Madikeri, a picturesque charming town situated at an elevation of over 5,000 ft (1,525 m) above sea level. Madikeri (previously known as Mercara), is the district headquarters of Kodagu (formerly Coorg). Dubbed as the Scotland of India, Kodagu is the home of colorful, robust, martial race - the Kodavas, Said to be the descendants of the Greeks (Alexander's soldiers), the kodavas are fiercely independent. They were never conquered by either Tipu Sultan neither the British, and so to this day all kodavas retain the privilege of carrying firearms without a license. Madikeri is a great place to walk, winding lanes meander off the main street, mountain trails promise visual delights. And the Tadiyandamol, the tallest peak in the area, stands patiently, waiting to be climbed.

Day 09 : Coorg – Nagarhole (90 kms: 2 hrs)
After morning breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive to Nagarhole. On arrival, transfer to the hotel. After relaxation, drive to the beautiful forest of Nagarhole for wildlife safari. Later return to hotel for overnight stay.

Nagarhole : Nagarhole national park has an astonishing abundance of wildlife including large mammals such as tiger, leopard, wild elephant, dhole (Indian wild dog), and gaur (Indian bison). Other species present are chital spotted deer, muntjac (barking deer), mouse deer, four-horned antelope, wild boar, sloth bear, hyena, mongoose, civet, otter, and more. The landscape is one of gentle slopes and shallow valleys. Dry deciduous forest trees are leafless in the summer rather than in the winter. There are grassy swamps where the soil is clayey, perennially moist, and which support a luxuriant growth of green grass all year. The change in terrain throughout the park in refreshing and the river system provides a unique wildlife viewing experience.

Day 10 : Nagarhole
After morning breakfast, proceed for wildlife safari or for coracle ride (local boat ride) and watch hoards of elephants, bison etc., in their natural pristine surroundings. Later return to the hotel for overnight stay.

Day 11 : Nagarhole – Bandipur (125 kms: 3 hrs)
After morning breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive to Bandipur. On arrival, transfer to the hotel. Later proceed to the Bandipur National Park for wildlife safari, the national park was brought under Project Tiger in 1973 and is most famous for its tigers and elephants. The main attraction at Bandipur is the forest where one can enter the jungle for a safari or a trek to the Nilgiri Mountains. Overnight stay jungle resort in Bandipur.

Bandipur, established in 1931, is a wonderful wildlife centre. Tourists visit this place to admire the breathtaking beauty of nature and also to enjoy a quiet vacation far from the hustle and bustle of the city. This is located in the district of Chamarajanagar. Situated in the Nilgiris, Bandipur is flanked by the Kabini, Moyar and Nugu Rivers which drain the area. Besides the rivers, there are many seasonal streams flowing through the region. This place is under Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve and is also the first Biosphere Reserve of the country.

Day 12 : Bandipur – Ooty (50 kms: 2 hrs)
After breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive to Ooty. On arrival, transfer to the hotel. Later you can explore various viewpoints like Lamb’s Rock, commands a grand view of the Coimbatore Plains, the Kodanadu and Dodabetta Peak which 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. Later return back to the hotel. Rest of the evening is free for leisure. Overnight stay hotel.

Day 13 : Ooty – Conoor – Ooty (1 hr drive)
After morning breakfast drive to Coonoor, optionally you may take a toy train ride; visit 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, Laws Falls a paradise for Nature lovers. Later take a sightseeing tour of Ooty enjoy the scenic surroundings, the Botanical Garden a wealth of variety of plants that include different types of roses, imported shrubs, rare flowering plants, eucalyptus trees, several old trees and even a fossilized tree trunk that is 20 million years old, followed by boat rides and fishing, a visit to the Ooty Lake is a must. In the evening visit the local market area. Overnight stay hotel.

Day 14 : Ooty – Bangalore (275 kms: 5 hrs)
After breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive to Bangalore. On arrival, transfer to the hotel. Rest of your evening is free for relaxation and individual activities. You may visit the local markets for shopping. Overnight stay hotel.

Day 15 : Bangalore
After breakfast, check out from the hotel and transfer to the Bengaluru Airport to board the scheduled flight for hometown.

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