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Luxury Karnataka with Hyderabad

Tour Start Location

Bengaluru 

Tour End Location

Hyderabad

Itinerary

Day 1(Arrive Bengaluru)

Warm welcome with fresh flower garlands at Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru. Meet and assist with company representative and transfer to the hotel. On arrival in hotel, check-in (standard check-in, 1400hrs).

Overnight at hotel.

Bengaluru – The Garden City-BLR1
Cosmopolitan Bengaluru (formerly Bangalore) is one of India’s most progressive and developed cities, blessed with a benevolent climate, a modern metro system, and a burgeoning drinking, dining and shopping scene. The political hub of the region, Bengaluru is a world apart from the rest of the state and in many ways India’s most Westernized urban centre. Once a sleepy cantonment, the charming, verdant “Garden City” of just over 600,0000 people at Independence has been completely transformed by the technology boom into both a trendy, racy business hub and a bustling, megalopolis of nearly twelve million, perhaps the fastest growing city in India.

Day 2 (Bengaluru )

Breakfast at hotel. Proceed for sightseeing of Bengaluru.

Post sightseeing, transfer back to hotel.Overnight.

Bengaluru City Tour-BLR2
City tour of Bengaluru includes Vidhana Soudha: Conceived by the then Chief Minister of Mysuru State, Sri Kengal Hanumanthaiah, this magnificent structure was completed in 1956 that houses the State Legislature and the Secretariat of Karnataka. Cubbon Park: A green haven spread across 300 acres, Cubbon Park provides Bengalureans with a refuge from the hustle and bustle of city life right in the middle of the city. Lalbagh Botanical Garden, is one of Bengaluru’s major attractions. A sprawling garden situated in a 240 acres piece of land in the heart of the city, Lalbagh houses India’s largest collection of tropical plants and sub-tropical plants, including trees that are several centuries old. ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness) temple in Bengaluru is one of the largest of its kind in India. Inaugurated in 1997 by former President of India, Sri. Shankar Dayal Sharma, the Krishna temple is a mixture of the contemporary and the spiritual. Bangalore Palace: Turreted parapets, battlements, fortified towers and arches adorn this regal architectural masterpiece modelled on the Windsor Castle in England.

Day 3(Bengaluru - Mysuru - Kabini)

Breakfast at hotel. Drive to Kabini en-route visit Mysuru.

Upon arrival at Kabini, check-in, dinner and overnight at hotel.

Mysuru
The historic settlement of Mysuru (which changed its name from Mysore in 2014) is one of South India’s most enchanting cities, famed for its glittering royal heritage and magnificent monuments and buildings. Its World Heritage–listed palace brings most travelers here, but Mysuru is also rich in tradition, with a deeply atmospheric bazaar district replete with spice stores and incense stalls.

Mysuru sightseeing
Mysuru Palace: Constructed in Indo-Saracenic style, the magnificent Mysuru Palace also known as Amba Vilas is the official residence of the Wadiyar dynasty and the seat of the Kingdom of Mysuru. Its exquisite interiors – replete with carved mahogany ceilings, stained glass, gilded pillars and glazed tiles – epitomizes royalty and grandeur. Chamundeshwari Temple: Located 12 km from Mysuru, the Chamundi Hills is home to the Goddess Chamundeshwari, the patron deity of the Mysuru Royal Family. Built in the Dravidian style architecture, the 17th-century Chamundeshwari temple with a richly-attired image of the deity also has a huge statue of Mahishasura near the entrance. Spend some time in the Devaraja Market.

Kabini
Kabini was once a private hunting reserve for the maharaja of Mysuru, and today it hosts some of the top wildlife lodges in southern India. The best time to view wildlife is during summer (April to May), and through winter (November to February) is good as well and is more comfortable.

Day 4(Kabini)

Breakfast at hotel. 01 wildlife safari at the Nagarhole National Park. Rest of the day free for leisure & in-house activities..

Dinner & overnight at hotel.

Nagarhole National Park
West of the Kabini River is the 643-sq-km wildlife sanctuary of Nagarhole National Park (pronounced nag-ar-hole-eh). The lush forests here are home to tigers, leopards, elephants, gaurs, muntjacs (barking deer), wild dogs, bonnet macaques and common langurs, and 270 species of bird. The park remains closed for long stretches between July and October, when the rains transform the forests into a giant slush pit.

Day 5 (Kabini)

Breakfast at hotel. Day free for leisure or in-house activities.

Dinner & overnight at the hotel.

Day 6 (Kabini - Coorg)

Breakfast at hotel. Checkout and drive to Coorg.

Upon arrival at Coorg, check-in, Dinner & overnight at the hotel.

Coorg- Madikeri

Nestled amid evergreen hills that line the southernmost edge of Karnataka is the luscious Kodagu (Coorg) region, gifted with emerald landscapes and hectares of plantations. A major centre for coffee and spice production, this rural expanse is also home to the Kodava people, who are divided into 1000 clans. The uneven terrain and cool climate make it a fantastic area for trekking, birdwatching or lazily ambling down little-trodden paths winding around carpeted hills. All in all, Kodagu is rejuvenation guaranteed.

Day 7 (Coorg)

Breakfast at hotel. Proceed for coffee & spice plantation tour.

Return back to hotel, Dinner & overnight at the hotel.

Coffee & spice plantation tour
Madikeri
A guided tour of the coffee & spice plantation in a specially designed jeep. Enjoy elevated views of the coffee plantation below and the green canopy above.

Day 8(Coorg-Bengaluru-Vidyanagar-Hampi)

Breakfast at hotel. transfer to Bengaluru airport to take flight for Vidyanagar.

9I-527 Bengaluru – Vidyanagar 15:10 – 1615 hrs (daily flight)

Upon arrival transfer to Hampi,check-in and Dinner & overnight at the hotel.

Hampi – City of Victory
Among a surreal landscape of golden-brown boulders and leafy banana fields, the ruined “City of Victory,” Vijayanagar, better known as Hampi (the name of the main local village), spills from the south bank of the River Tungabhadra. This once dazzling Hindu capital was devastated by a six-month Muslim siege in the second half of the sixteenth century. Only stone, brick and stucco structures survived the ensuing sack – monolithic deities, crumbling houses and abandoned temples dominated by towering gopuras – as well as the irrigation system that channelled water to huge tanks and temples, some of which are still in use today.

Day 9(Hampi)

Breakfast at hotel. Proceed for Hampi sightseeing.

Return back to hotel.

Dinner & overnight at the hotel.

Hampi sightseeing
Hampi, the glorious capital of Vijaynagara Empire spreads over an area of 26 kms. Once thriving with temples and living quarters, now the city lies in ruins – though not any less spectacular. Visit the Virupaksha temple, Vittala temple, Hazara Rama temple complex, elephant stables, Queen’s Bath, Ramachandra temple & Lotus Mahal & Virupaksha Temple.

Day 10(Hampi)

Breakfast at hotel. Day free for leisure or in-house activities.

Dinner & overnight at the hotel.

DAY 11 (Hampi - Hyderabad)

Breakfast at hotel. transfer to Vidyanagar airport to take flight for Hyderabad.

I5-870 Vidyanagar-Hyderabad 17:55-19:15 Hrs
(Till 28/10/23: on Tue,Thu & Sat
From 29/10/23: on Sun,Wed & Fri)

Upon arrival in Hyderabad transfer to hotel, check-in and overnight.

Hyderabad
Steeped in history, thronged with people and buzzing with commerce, the Old City of Hyderabad is one of India’s most evocative ancient quarters. Exploring the lanes of this district, with its chai shops and spice merchants, you’ll encounter a teeming urban masala of colour and commerce. Looming over the Old City is some of Islamic India’s most impressive architecture, in varying states of repair.

DAY 12(Hyderbad)

Breakfast at hotel. Proceed for Hyderabad Sightseeing with Salar Jung Museum.

Return back to hotel, overnight.

Hyderabad
Hyderabad Sightseeing covers Mecca Masjid, the biggest mosque in Hyderabad and resembles the Mecca Madina in Saudi Arabia. Charminar, (Urdu: “Four Minarets”) historic monument located at the heart of Hyderabad, west-central Telangana state, south-central India. Chowmahalla Palace, once the seat of the Asaf Jahi dynasty, the construction of the palace was ordered by the fourth Nizam, Salabat Jung in 1750.

Salar Jung Museum
The Salar Jung Museum, India’s third biggest museum was established in the year 1951 and is located on the southern bank of the River Musi in Hyderabad, Telangana State of India. The Salar Jung family is responsible for its collection of rare art objects from all over the world. The family is one of the most illustrious families in Deccan history, five of them having been prime-ministers in the erstwhile Nizam rule of Hyderabad-Deccan. Popularly this museum is also known as world’s biggest one-man collection.

DAY 13 (Hyderabad)

Breakfast at hotel. Proceed to visit Golconda fort and Qutub shahi tomb.

Return back to hotel, overnight.

Qutub Shahi Tombs
Hyderabad
Erected in the memory of the departed kings of Golconda, Qutub Shahi Tombs are magnificent monuments that have withstood the test of time and nature’s vagaries. They are located one kilometer north of Golconda Fort’s called Banjara Darwaza. They are imposing marvels of architectural excellence that stand as the reminders of the glory of Golconda kings who are buried at the same spot. Built by the Qutub Shahis, these tombs are considered to be among the oldest historical monuments of Hyderabad.

Golconda Fort
Located in the city’s western part, Golconda Fort is one of the most famous attractions in Hyderabad. Built at an approximate distance of around 9 kilometers from the popular Hussain Sagar Lake, this fortress is a beautifully preserved monument of the country. Constructed in the sixteenth century, the fort is known to have sheltered the majestic Kohinoor diamond at some time in the past. It is believed that if one claps his hands at the fort’s bottom part, its echoes can be felt even at the top of the structure.

DAY 14(Hyderabad Departure)

Breakfast at the hotel (subject to time availibility)

Transfer to airport as per your flight timings.

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