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1 Day Mysore Local Sightseeing Tour by Cab

Starting @ Rs.1,999/- by Private Car (upto 4 Travelers)

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Mysore and Coorg are two popular tourist destinations in Karnataka, located quite close to Bangalore. Ideal for weekend trips as well as a relaxed long trip, these destinations offer a perfect getaway from the hustle bustle of daily lifestyle. Bangalore Mysore Coorg Tour Packages by Bangalore Tourism, are nothing less than a boon for travel lovers.

Explore the historical monuments of Mysore, rejuvenate amid the natural beauty of Coorg and enjoy the luxuries of Bangalore city in one single tour. We offer a wide range of tour packages, suiting every kind of travel. Be it an official corporate travel plan, a group holiday, a family trip, a school tour or a vacation with friends, we have tour packages for every travel lover.

What makes our tour packages special is our commitment towards the safety of our customers. While designing tour packages, our travel experts follow all the health and safety standards and ensure that the hotels we select and the taxis we offer also adhere to the guidelines. So, you can leave all your worries and get ready for a stress free holiday with the best of facilities by your side.

With our tour packages, you can explore Bengaluru, Mysore and Coorg, comfortably. Immerse yourself in cultural vibrancy, historical richness and culinary fiesta. As we all are aware that travel is the best teacher, so allow yourself to understand the bygone eras, cultural diversity and the natural wonders by letting us take care of your travel requirements. Some of the popular tourist attractions at these destinations are given below.

Best Places to Visit in Bangalore with our Bangalore Mysore Coorg Packages

1. Tipu Sultan Summer Palace

Tipu Sultan Summer Palace, Bangalore

As it is clear from the name, this palace was the summer residence of the Emperor Tipu Sultan. Although Tipu Sultan Summer Palace was conceptualised by Hyder Ali, it was completed by Tipu Sultan. With an Indo-Islamic architecture, it presents a beautiful structure which is worth exploring. You can visit this palace between 8.30 in morning to 5.30 in evening.

2. Attara Kacheri

Attara Kacheri, Bangalore

Standing on Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Road, the red structure of Attara Kacheri impresses everyone. It is the high court’s building, with a neoclassical architectural style. Built in red-painted stones and red bricks, it is a sight worth admiring. Opposite to it, you will find Vidhana Soudha.

3. Bull Temple

Bull Temple, Bangalore

Dedicated to Nandi, who is Lord Shiva’s ride, the Bull Temple is one of the oldest temples in Bangalore. Built in the 16th century, this temple attracts devotees with its imposing idol of the holy bull. The idol of Nandi is carved from a single granite stone. It has 4.5 metres of height and a width of 6 metres. It was constructed during the era of Kempe Gowda I.

4. Lalbagh Botanical Garden

Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Bangalore

With a history of more than 200 years, the botanical garden was the brainchild of Hyder Ali, but completed by his son Tipu Sultan. This garden was earlier known as the Rose and Cypress Garden. Presenting a scenic location in the middle of the city, Lalbagh Botanical Garden is one of the top places to visit in Bangalore and is the place to go for some nature’s therapy.

It has many captivating flower beds, lined with trees and shrubs and vast lawns. Lake, lotus pond, Japanese decorative monument, statue of Sri Chamarajendra Wodeyar, museum, glass house and the pigeon house are the major attractions here.

5. Bangalore Palace

Bangalore Palace, Bangalore

Bangalore Palace, built in Tudor architectural style, was constructed in 1887 during the Wadiyar reign. This magnificent palace resembles the palaces of Europe in structure. Its gothic styled windows show the Scottish Gothic influences. The wood carving at the palace is remarkable. Other attractive aspects of the palace are the geometric tiles, its intricate wallpapers and the landscapes around.

Best Tourism Places to Visit in Mysuru with our All-inclusive Bangalore Mysore Coorg Packages

1. Chamundeshwari Temple

Chamundeshwari Temple, Mysore

Located atop the mesmerising Chamundi Hills, Chamundeshwari Temple attracts religious visitors and adventure lovers alike. Dedicated to Goddess Chamundeshwari, this temple is built in the Dravidian architectural style. A highly revered temple, it also offers a picturesque view of the valleys around. Trek to the temple is also an added attraction here.

2. Mysore Maharaja Palace

Mysore Maharaja Palace, Mysore

Standing gloriously at the centre of the city, Mysore Maharaja Palace was constructed in 1912. It has the serene Chamundi hills on its eastern side. Once the official residence of Wadiyar, this palace is sure to allure you with its structure, beautified by intricate designs and carvings. The prominent sections of this palace are the Sri Lakshmi Ramana Swami Temple, Royal Howdah and the Durbar Hall. If possible, attend its evening light and sound show.

3. St. Philomena’s Church

St. Philomena’s Church, Mysore

Dedicated to St. Joseph and St. Philomena, it is also known by the name of St. Joseph's Cathedral. Similar to Germany’s Cologne Cathedral, St. Philomena’s Church boasts of being one of the tallest churches in entire Asia. It was built in 1936, for the European residents in Mysore by the Maharaja.

4. Jayalakshmi Vilas Palace

Jayalakshmi Vilas Palace, Mysore

It was Initially built for the eldest daughter of Maharaja Chamaraja Wodeyar, princess Jayalakshmi Ammani in 1905. Jayalakshmi Vilas Palace was later handed over to the University of Mysore by Maharaja Jayachamaraja Wodeyar. It was renovated in 2006 and inaugurated by the then Governor of Karnataka. Spread over 6 acres of land, Jayalakshmi Vilas Palace now hosts a museum and has 125 rooms.

5. Brindavan Gardens

Brindavan Gardens, Mysore

Adjacent to the Krishnarajasagara Dam, Brindavan Garden is a must visit tourist attraction in Mysore, spread over 60 acres of land. This vast garden was built in 1932. Its beautiful landscapes, dotted with topiary, gazebos and pergolas deserve to be explored. Once here, do not miss the musical water fountains and lighting at night. If interested you can try boating at the lake here. It remains open from 9 AM to 9 PM on all days of the week.

Best Tourist Attractions to See in Coorg with our Bangalore Mysore Coorg Tour Packages

1. Abbey Falls

Abbey Falls, Coorg

Located just 1 km away from the city centre, Abbey Waterfalls is a must visit tourist attraction in Coorg. Earlier known as Jesse Falls, it is nestled between the coffee plantations and spice estates. Thunderous sound of water cascading down to a serene pool greets everyone.

The lush greenery surrounding the cascading streams of water makes it an ideal place to spend a few hours. These falls are especially magnificent during and post monsoon when the volume of water is even higher.

2. Raja’s Seat

Raja’s Seat, Coorg

One of the best viewpoints of Coorg, Raja’s Seat must be visited for a picturesque sunset over the majestic mountains. It is said that the royals of Coorg used to visit this place to relax and enjoy the entrancing view of the valley from here.

3. Madikeri Fort

Madikeri Fort, Coorg

Initially built in the 17th Century by Mudduraja, this fort was rebuilt by Tipu Sultan. Madikeri Fort was again renovated in 1812-1814 by Linga Rajendra II and then by Britishers in 1834. There is also a palace within the premises of the fort. A church was also built inside the fort.

4. Omkareshwara Temple

Omkareshwara Temple, Coorg

Constructed in 1820 by King Linga Rajendra II, this temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It has a unique architecture, combining Islamic and Gothic styles. Omkareshwar Temple has a dome and minarets around it. The Mandapa is connected via a footpath. It also has a water tank with varieties of fish in it.

5. Raja’s Tomb/ Gaddige

Raja’s Tomb/ Gaddige, Coorg

Built in the 18th Century, Gaddige is a complex with the tombs of King Virarajendra, King Linga Rajendra and other royals and court priests. The tombs are built in Islamic architectural style but have Lord Shiva and Nandi figures as the Kings followed Hindu religion. Next to the tombs is a burial place of two soldiers from Tipu Sultan’s army.

All-Inclusive Custom Made Bangalore Mysore Coorg Tour Packages with Price & Itinerary

At Bangalore Tourism, we also design customised tour packages, for travellers who have specific requirements. Our travel experts take personal interest in each travel, offering suitable packages, as per their budget and preferences. Whether you are looking for a pocket friendly tour or a luxurious experience amid the best of nature and monuments, our all-inclusive custom made Bangalore Mysore Coorg tour packages cover all types of travel.

We present our customers with an extensive choice of accommodation (including budget hotels, 2 star to 5 star hotels, resorts and villas.) and travel (railways or roadways), allowing them to make an informed selection. We also offer facilities like babysitting, wheel chair arrangement, etc. If visiting with your loved one, or on a special occasion, we also make arrangements for candle-lit dinners, room decoration, midnight cake, etc.

Making the experience even better is our car rental service for sightseeing. At Bangalore Tourism, we provide taxis as per your choice and budget, with a driver cum guide, who will not only take you to all the prominent places but also help you with information like timings, historical importance, dress code if any. You can also explore the local markets and even visit legendary eateries with the help of our guide.

The distance between Coorg and Bangalore is about 257 km, which can be covered within 6 hours, while between Mysore and Coorg, the distance is 121 km. It takes slightly more than 2 hours to reach Coorg from Mysore. There is no railway station or airport at Coorg. There are many buses, luxury Volvo buses as well as KSRTC buses, running from Bangalore to Coorg. Tourists can also rent a taxi/cab. If travelling via railways, one needs to get down at the Mysore railway station and then travel via road from there to Coorg.

Although we are passionate towards travel, we share the same enthusiasm for the environment. This is the reason why our travel experts encourage and support sustainable travel practices. We try our best to cause no harm to the ecosystem while exploring the places in an environmentally conscious manner.

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To know more about our packages, you can reach us by filling the Contact Us form. All you have to do is inform our travel experts your chosen dates of travel and the number of days you would like to spend in each destination. Our experts will create packages within your preferred cost, without compromising on the quality of your stay and travel.

You can also explore our All-inclusive Bangalore Mysore Coorg tour packages if you wish to have a completely relaxed vacation. In our all-inclusive packages, we take care of almost everything that you might need for an enjoyable holiday such as pickup and drop from Bangalore airport and hotel, comfortable accommodation at all three destinations, sightseeing with a guide cum driver, meal plans and much more.

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