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Day - 1 BANGALORE (Arrival)

Welcome to Karnataka – many worlds, but one State. On arrival at Bangalore, you are greeted and assisted at the Airport by our representative and transferred to your hotel.


Bangalore often referred as the ‘Garden City’ is known for it’s beautifully laid out parks and gardens, wide tree lined avenues and imposing buildings. Bangalore became an important fortress city under Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan, although little remains from the period except the Lalbagh Botanical Garden and a small palace. Later, in 1831 the British moved their regional administrative base from Srirangapatnam to Bangalore and the town began to take on the ordered look of a British cantonment.


Afternoon, city tour covering Vidhana Soudha, Cubbon Park & Museums and Lalbagh. Overnight at the hotel.

Day - 2 BANGALORE – MYSORE (140 kms / 4 hrs)

Breakfast. Check out and drive to Mysore. En route, visit Srirangapatnam, the erstwhile capital of Tipu Sultan.


Mysore was the political capital of the Wodeyar dynasty, which ruled the state of Karnataka for around 150 years till the independence of the country from the British. These kings were great patrons of art and culture and the princely state was the cultural capital of the South. Mysore is a city of palaces, gardens, shady avenues and sacred temples and retains some of the old world charm with its many institutions that propagate Carnatic Classical music and dance. Afternoon visit Maharaja's Palace - the magnificent three-storied structure built in Indo-Saracenic style and Devaraja Market.


Overnight at the hotel.

Day - 3 MYSORE – SOMNATHPUR (35 kms / 1 hr one way)

Breakfast. Visit to Somnathpur, which is one of the most famous Hoysala Temples. The temple is in excellent condition, has frescoed exteriors with episodes from the epics.


Afternoon, sightseeing tour of Mysore covering Chamundi Hill – a popular tourist & pilgrimage centre which is topped by the huge Chamundeswari Temple and Jaganmohan Palace & Art Gallery.


Overnight at the hotel.

Day - 4 MYSORE – OOTY (164 kms / 4 hrs)

Breakfast. Check out and drive to Ooty.


Drive through the Badndipur and Mudumalai wild life sanctuaries. Watch the flora, fauna and occasional visitors from the forest. Visit the Theppakadu Elephant Camp.


Udhagamandalam, this Queen of hill stations, otherwise known as Ooty, is in the Nilgiri mountains ranges in Tamil Nadu. At a height of 2,368 metres, Ooty is known for its salubrious climate and scenic beauty and enjoys its place of pride as the most important hill station in South India. Ooty was the summer capital of the former Madras presidency.


Overnight at the hotel.

Day - 5 OOTY

Breakfast.


Sightseeing of Ooty covering Botanical Garden, Ooty Lake, Dodabetta Peak – the highest point of Ooty at an altitude of 2,623 meters; and Lamb's Rock. The picturesque Botanical Garden maintained by the Horticulture department covers an area of about 22 hectares and have over 650 species of plants and trees, including a fossil of trees.

Day - 6 OOTY++METTUPALAYAM – COIMBATORE (3 ½ hrs + 1 hr / 35 kms)

Breakfast. Check out and transfer to Ooty Railway station to board train to Mettupalayam. [15:00/18:35 hrs] This smart little hill train chugs up daily from Ooty to Mettupalayam covering plantations; tea garden, lush forest and pretty little stations on its 4 hour descend to Mettupalayam. (subjected to operation and availability of seats)


On arrival transfer to Coimbatore. One of the most industrialized cities in the state, Coimbatore is popularly referred to as the Manchester or Detroit of the South for its textile manufacturing and engineering goods. Located in the shadow of the Western Ghats, Coimbatore enjoys a very pleasant climate the year round.


Overnight at the hotel.

Day - 7 COIMBATORE – COCHIN (215 km / 4 hrs)

After breakfast, drive to Cochin.


One of the finest natural harbours on the Arabian Sea coast, Cochin, has been a port of call for foreign traders from early times. Its cosmopolitan character is reflected in the buildings and structures representing different regions of the world. A city of peninsulas and islands, today it is Kerala’s commercial hub. Afternoon, sightseeing of Fort Cochin covering Jewish Synagogue, St. Francis Church, Dutch Palace & Chinese Fishing Net. Evening watch the Kathakali dance show at the local theatre.

Day - 8 COCHIN – ALLEPPEY (65 kms / 1 hr)

Breakfast. Drive to Alleppey to board the House Boat.


By noon, embark on a Houseboat for an overnight cruise in Alleppey. Cruise through the palm fringed canals; watch the Paddy fields, village folk; relax on board hearing lullaby of the wind & waves. This mysterious strip of emerald green land is stuffed with endless miles of placid backwaters that appends to its charm. You can see a different life style along side the canals which resembles the life in Venice. Cruise till 6 in the evening by then the houseboat halts in the lake for overnight stay. (Next day, cruising starts at 7.30 am.)


On time transfer to Cochin Airport for your onwarYour hotel is in Fort Cochin, the older, traditional and heritage face of Cochin. You will see a modern Cochin while you drive around. Fort Cochin will take you to the older era where the life existed and exists in a different format. You can find one among the oldest Jew Settlements here and now a few people are left in the community. The tradition will tell you the first arrival of a foreigner (Portuguese) to the first arrival of Christianity and Islam in India.

Day - 9 ALLEPPEY – MARARI (30 kms/45 mts)

Breakfast. Disembark at Alleppey and driver to Mararikulam. The white sandy beach of Marari is a typical fisherman’s Village. You will check into the resort for 02 nights.


Mararikulam beach here is a secluded, pristine and exotic beach and relatively less crowded than other beaches in the region. It is a host to numerous soft sand beaches that promises one a holiday that will relieve him from all worries and tensions amidst this beautiful place with vast expanse of land, water and swaying palm trees.


Rest of the day at leisure.

Day -10 MARARI

Breakfast. Walk around the village or go for bicycle ride through the narrow and winding roads of this Kerala Village where you could see how the village life unfolds. The people are friendly, the children may ask you for a pen. So even if you lost your way you can seek help from anyone who will direct you to your resort.

Day -11 MARARI – COCHIN Airport (90 kms| 2 hrs)

Breakfast.


Bid Adieu to Kerala, the land excavated from the Sea by Lord ParasuRama (one among the 10 incarnations of Lord Vishnu) But you never say Good bye, rather you will say as every Keralite say while leaving “Poyittu Varaam” (now going, will come back)


On time transfer to Cochin Airport for your onward journey.