Mysore - Ooty - Munnar

Mysore - Ooty - Munnar Tour Packages
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Mysore - Ooty - Munnar Tour Packages (5N/6D)

Upon your arrival, our driver warmly welcomes and meets you at Bangalore Airport, Railway station, or any preferred location in Bangalore.

Day 01: Bangalore to Mysore

Srirangapatna, an island formed by the River Kaveri, hosts the Ranganathaswamy temple known as Adi Ranga and Srirangam as Antya Ranga.

The Tipu Sultan Summer Palace via Ganjam boasts well-preserved mural paintings and a royal garden.

Amba Vilas Palace, the official residence of the Wodeyars, ranks as India’s second most visited tourist spot, showcasing a blend of architectural mastery, mural paintings, works by Raja Ravi Varma, sandalwood carvings, Thanjavur paintings, ivory carvings, and antique pieces.

The palace premises house 12 temples, some dating back to the 14th century namely, Someshvara Temple, Lakshmi Ramana Temple, Shwetha Varahaswamy Temple, Sri Prasanna krishna Swami Temple, Sri Bhuvaneshwari Temple, Kodi Someshwara Swamy Temple, Sri Gayatri Temple, Sri Trineshwara temple and others. The Anthapura, an adjacent building, preserves the kings and queens’ costumes and dress materials from six centuries ago. Don’t miss the illuminating Mysore Palace on Sundays and public holidays, featuring sound and light programs.

Explore Mysore Zoo, officially known as the Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Garden, housing over 168 species across 157 acres, conveniently located near Mysore Palace.

Discover the rare artistry at the Sand Museum, a unique showcase of sand artistry.

Visit Sri Chamundeshwari Temple atop Chamundi Hills, recognized as one of the Astadasa Shakti Peetas as per Adi Guru Shri Shankaracharya’s Astadasa Shakti Peeta Stotram. It is one of the seven most sacred hills in South India, also referred to as Krauncha Pitham in Skanda Purana.

Uncover the historical roots at Sri Mahabaleshwara Temple, originally built in the 8th century and dedicated to Lord Sri Shiva, featuring captivating architecture from Hoysala, Ganga, Chola, Vijayanagar, and other dynasties.

Marvel at the Mahishasura Statue, representing the demon from which the current name of Mysore is derived.

Witness the grandeur of the Nandi Statue, the third-largest monolithic statue of Nandi in India, carved from a single black granite block. Enjoy the panoramic views of Mysore City, Mysore Palace, and Lalitha Mahal Palace.

Visit the iconic KRS Dam (Brindavan Garden), the main water source for Mysore, Mandya, and most of Bangalore. Constructed in 1924 by the ruler Shri Krishnaraja Wadiyar IV and engineer Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya, it is Asia’s largest dam. Celebrate Engineer’s Day on September 15th in honor of Sir M. Visvesvaraya, and witness the illuminated Brindavan Garden with its evening light and music fountain show.

Drive back to the hotel by evening Overnight Stay in Mysore.

Day 02: Mysore – Ooty

Check out from the hotel and drive to Ooty via Gundlupet.

Bandipur National Park offers the option of a Jungle Jeep safari from 6 am to 9:30 am. Notably, it is the first national park in India to employ drones for tracking poachers. While exploring, you may encounter freely roaming deer, elephants, bisons, black-faced monkeys, and other wildlife on the road itself. For those interested in a jungle jeep safari to spot tigers, it’s recommended to depart from Mysore by 5:30 am.

Madumalai National Park allows jungle safaris until 10 am. There are two routes to Ooty: one via Masinagudi and the other via Gudalur.

The Gudalur route, after a challenging journey through Bandipur and Mudumalai national parks, offers a refreshing tea break as you enter The Nilgiris, where the Western Ghats meets the Eastern Ghats.

Visit the Needle Rock Viewpoint, also known as Soochimalai, where you can literally reach for the clouds just around 700 meters from the road, providing breathtaking 360-degree views.

Experience Pykara Lake, a popular gateway 20 km from Ooty in the Nilgiri district. The Pykara village features a dam and a seasonal power plant, with an optional boat ride available.

Discover Pykara Waterfalls as the Pykara River changes direction, considered sacred as it flows northwards and then turns west after reaching the plateau.

Experience Ooty Lake & Boathouse, where paddle boats, row boats, and motor boats await your exploration of this artificial lake constructed by John Sullivan in 1824 (additional charges apply).

Wander through the enchanting Government Rose Garden, the largest rose garden in India, situated on the slopes of Elk Hill near Ooty town.

Finally, reach Udhagamandalam (Ooty), check into your hotel, and unwind after your exploration.

Enjoy leisurely evening hours for shopping and stay overnight in Ooty.

Day 03: Ooty Sightseeing.

After breakfast at 8:00 am, embark on a captivating Ooty sightseeing tour:

Explore the expansive Government Botanical Garden, spanning 22 hectares, a prominent attraction in Ooty.

Visit the Doddabetta Tea Factory and Chocolate Museum to delve into the intricacies of tea processing and chocolate manufacturing.

Ascend to Doddabetta Peak, the fourth-highest peak in South India at 8652 feet, offering a panoramic 360-degree view of Ooty, Mettupalayam/Coimbatore, Avalanche Dam, and Mukurthi Peak. 

Kotagiri: The oldest hill station in Nilgiris, renowned for tea estates and scenic spots.

Coonoor: Famous for Nilgiri tea production, Sim’s Park, Dolphin’s Nose, and Lamb’s Rock.

Explore the Nilgiri Mountain Railway (Toy Train), built in 1908 and relying on a fleet of steam locomotives. Recognized by UNESCO as an extension to the World Heritage Site, diesel locomotives now operate between Coonoor and Udhagamandalam.

Conclude the day with free time for shopping in the evening, followed by an overnight stay in Ooty.

Day 04: Ooty to Munnar

After a delightful breakfast, check out from the hotel by 8:00 am and embark on a scenic drive to Munnar. Along the way, explore the following attractions:

  1. Cheeyappara Waterfalls (7 Steps Waterfalls): Experience the beauty of this picturesque waterfall formed by the mountain stream. Enjoy the refreshing touch of the cool droplets and savor natural mineral water.

  2. Valara Waterfalls: Admire the picturesque Valara Waterfalls, created by the Deviyar River originating from the Western Ghats.

  3. Adimali: Known as the spice town of Kerala, Adimali is also the largest spice auction center. Discover handicrafts made from bamboo.

  4. Kallar Waterfalls: Encounter the charm of the small yet picturesque Kallar Waterfalls.

  5. Karadippara Viewpoint: Visit the Karadippara Viewpoint near Pallivasal for a panoramic view of the high ranges of Munnar.

  6. Attukad Waterfalls: Note that the suggested view is from the top, as there is nothing extraordinary once you reach the bottom. Check into the hotel and relax for an overnight stay in Munnar.

Day 05: Munnar Must-See Destinations

Start your day with breakfast by 8 am and proceed to explore the captivating sights of Munnar:

  1. Eravikulam National Park and Anamudi Peak: Witness the breathtaking beauty of the Anamudi Peak, the highest peak in South India and the Western Ghats. Entry is restricted until Rajamala, but you can enjoy the view from a little distance.

  2. Meesapulimala Peak: Marvel at the second-highest peak, Meesapulimala, and the captivating Kottumala Peak. Note that the real breathtaking views are only accessible from this region.

  3. Tea Museum: Discover the intricacies of tea processing at the Tea Museum (closed on Mondays, optional to visit).

  4. Photo Point: Capture the panoramic view of the high-range tea plantations at Photo Point.

  5. Mattupetty Dam: Visit Mattupetty Dam, built for hydroelectricity, and known for being a habitat for elephants in the region. Opt for speed boating if interested.

  6. Indo-Swiss Dairy Farm: Pass through the Indo-Swiss Dairy Farm (visitors not allowed) on your way to Eco-point, where the natural echo phenomenon always delights.

  7. Pedal Boating: Enjoy pedal boating against a romantic backdrop. Explore local food varieties and products like Ooty carrots and fashion fruits.

In the evening, indulge in free shopping in Munnar town, renowned for spices, tea, and homemade chocolates. Return to the hotel for an overnight stay in Munnar.

Day 06: Munnar to back to home

After breakfast, drop at your desired location, Airport/Bus Station / Railway station and the tour concludes with happy memories. 

  • Accommodation in all destinations
  • Your preferred private car (AC or non-AC)
  • Sightseeing as per itinerary in Bengaluru.
  • Driver allowance.
  • Toll, Parking fees and Fuel charges
  • Available taxi service within the scheduled itinerary
  • Breakfast in hotel/resort
  • Pickup and drop in the same vehicle
  • Breakfast in Hotel/Resort
  • Interstate vehicle permit (if applicable)
  • To and fro Air, Bus, and Train tickets
  • Personal expenses
  • Laundry, Booze, Phone bills, Shopping, etc.
  • Entry fees at monuments (wherever applicable)
  • Mineral water bottle. Any Item which is not mentioned in the Inclusion section.
  • Speed boating, pedal boating, row boating, canoeing.
  • Lunch / Dinner (MAP / AP plans are exceptions)
  • The vehicle will be available for your use between 7:30 am and 9:30 pm. If utilized outside these hours, an additional driver allowance will be applicable

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