Nestled in the Western Ghats of Karnataka; Bangalore, Mysore, Ooty, and Chikmagalur are popular cities among travelers looking to explore the best of South India. These cities offer a rich and engaging holiday experience as you travel from the metropolitan city of Bangalore to the hill town of Chikmagalur. Our Bangalore Mysore Ooty Chikmagalur packages provide a vacation covering the best of these scenic and culturally rich destinations.

We at curate personalized Bangalore Mysore Ooty Chikmagalur Packages with top attractions, comfortable accommodations, and hassle-free commutes. You can refresh your senses at the Lalbagh Botanical Garden in Bangalore, witness the heritage of Mysore Palace, soak in the natural charm of Ooty, and walk through the coffee plantations of Chikmagalur.

Our "Bangalore Mysore Ooty Chikmagalur Packages" include pre-set itineraries that are customized according to your preferences and budget. All essential facilities like hotel bookings, transportation, activities, and sightseeing are arranged by us to make your trip enjoyable.

Our travel experts aim to provide you with a well-rounded experience based on your interests. They discuss your preferences and design a package that perfectly balances historical wonders, cultural immersion, and natural marvels. In addition, we offer Bangalore Mysore Ooty Chikmagalur packages from cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, etc.

Popular Sightseeing Places in Chikmagalur that can be visited with this package

1. Mullayanagiri

Mullayanagiri, Chikmagalur

Located in the Chandra Drona Hills of the Western Ghats, Mullayanagiri is Karnataka’s highest peak. Famous for its immaculate beauty and serene ambiance, it offers breathtaking views of the forest covered slopes and valleys. Due to its rugged terrain, Mullayanagiri attracts trekkers, hikers, and nature lovers. You can pray at the small Shiva Temple, explore the small caves below the peak, and enjoy mountain biking.

2. Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary, Chikmagalur

Fringed by the Baba Budan Giri Ranges on all sides, Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary presents a scenic landscape with dense Shola forests and lush grasslands. With over 120 tree species, 320 bird species, and 90 butterfly species, the sanctuary is a paradise for nature lovers. The lush green forests are home to several rare and endangered animals, including Tigers, Elephants, Leopards, and Gaurs.

3. Jhari Waterfalls

Jhari Waterfalls, Chikmagalur

The Jhari Waterfalls, also known as the Dhuandhar Falls, is a jungle waterfall set against the picturesque backdrop of green hills and coffee plantations. It is situated on the Narmada River and is famous for its breathtaking beauty and serene surroundings. Its serene environment is perfect for unwinding with your loved ones. The pool at the base is ideal for a short swim or a dip.

4. Kemmanagundi

Kemmanagundi, Chikmagalur

Kemmanagundi, or K.R. Hills is a tranquil rural area surrounded by dense forests. It offers scenic hiking trails, beautiful gardens, and stunning sites. You can enjoy breathtaking views of the Baba Budan Giri Range. You can enjoy night sky vistas from Raj Bhavan, Z Point, and Sunset View Point. The splendid Hebbe and Kalhatti Falls are enchanting. Offer prayers at the Shiva temple nestled amidst tranquil forests and magnificent rocks.

5. Hirekolale Lake

Hirekolale Lake, Chikmagalur

Hirekolale Lake has gained popularity for its serene surroundings and breathtaking views. The lake is nestled amidst lush green forests and rolling hills, providing a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. It was built in the 12th century by King Veera Ballala II of the Hoysala dynasty. You can offer prayers at the Goddess Durga temple on the banks of the lake.

Popular Sightseeing Places in Ooty that can be visited with this package

1. Ooty Lake

Ooty Lake, Ooty

Artificially created in 1924, Ooty Lake is now a major tourist attraction. The Nilgiris and Eucalyptus groves in the background make it a serene place blessed with abundant flora and fauna. Spot rare birds, take a boat ride, or enjoy a mini toy train ride. There is also an amusement park with a haunted house and a mirror house to keep kids engaged.

2. Avalanche Lake

Avalanche Lake, Ooty

Set in an enchanting landscape, a vast landslide formed Avalanche Lake. Since it is situated in the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, you need prior permission from the forest office. You can witness the varied flowers blooming on all sides, like rhododendrons and magnolia. The hills are covered with Shola forests and nestle various waterfalls. It is the perfect spot for fishing, trekking, camping, open jeep driving, rappelling, or forest safari.

3. Dolphin’s Nose

Dolphin’s Nose, Ooty

Located at 1,500 m above sea level, Dolphin’s Nose is the tip of the peak of an enormous rock shaped like a dolphin’s nose. It is situated near the Tiger Hills. You can see huge canyons on either side. It offers a clear view of the gorgeous Catherine Falls on a bright sunny day. Nature enthusiasts can admire the stunning views of the lush surroundings, tea estates, the Coonoor River, and deep forest valleys.

4. Doddabetta

Doddabetta, Ooty

With 2,637 meters in height, Doddabetta is the highest peak in the Nilgiris. It literally means "big mountain peak" in the local Tamil language. It offers stunning panoramic views of the Nilgiris range, strategically located between the Western and Eastern Ghats. You can enjoy stunning vistas of the majestic countryside, the sweeping broad-leaved forests of the Bandipur National Park, montane grasslands, and the open highlands of Mysore and Coimbatore plains. Bird-watching and spotting exotic wildlife are popular activities.

5. The Thread Garden

The Thread Garden, Ooty

An artificial garden, The Thread Garden showcases various varieties of flora and fauna in their natural form. You can come across a magnificent collection of artificial plants and flowers of more than 150 types. They have been made by using colored threads, canvas, and wire. Anthony Joseph conceptualized it, and it took 12 years to finish. You can explore the hand-woven garden by requesting a guided tour. You can even buy some pieces from the counter near the exit.

Popular Sightseeing Places in Mysore that can be visited with this package

1. Bonsai Garden

The Bonsai Garden was established in 1985 by the Mysore Horticultural Society and has since become a popular attraction. The garden is spread over an area of about 4 acres and houses varieties of bonsai trees. You can witness 450 miniature plants from over 100 different species. These miniature trees are carefully nurtured and trimmed to resemble full-grown trees. A stream flows within the garden, adding to its natural charm.

2. Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary

Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, Mysore

Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary is the largest in Karnataka and among the most popular bird sanctuaries in the country. It comprises six islands amidst the Kaveri River. These islands form an ideal bird nesting place, making it a paradise for bird watchers and nature lovers. Out of the 170 bird species, the most notable ones are the Asian Openbill Stork, Painted Stork, Wooly-Necked Stork, Darter, Black-headed Ibis, Heron, Streak-throated Swallow, and Common Spoonbill. Enjoy a boat ride to witness these birds in their natural habitat.

3. Rail Museum

Rail Museum, Mysore

Rail Museum in Mysore is the 2nd of its kind in India. It is an outdoor exhibit of vintage locomotives. The impressive display includes royal coaches used by the Maharaja of Mysore, an opulent collection of photographs, tickets, meter gauge bus rail, and ticketing machines. You can also witness the wide-ranging lights, clocks, signal signs, and a hand-operated steam water pump. Hop on to the battery-operated toy train for a quick tour around the museum grounds.

4. Mysore Palace

Mysore Palace, Mysore

Also known as Amba Vilas Palace, Mysore Palace was the official residence of the royal Wodeyar Dynasty and the seat of the Kingdom of Mysore. Constructed in the Indo-Saracenic style, it is a 3-tiered structure with splendid marble domes, a grand durbar hall, and a 145-foot tower. There is an impressive Gajalakshmi sculpture above the central arch. It is a treasure trove of exquisite paintings and artworks.

5. GRS Fantasy Park

Set amidst the lush landscape, GRS Fantasy Park is an amusement and water park. Indulge in several family-friendly activities with speed rides, free-fall water slides, and merry-go-rounds for younger kids. Enjoy the in-built games at the interactive Amazonia River. Thrilling activities include Dragon’s Den, Aqua Tornado, Pendulum Slide, and Wavy Crazy Cruise. There are locker rooms, conference rooms, an amphitheater, a gift shop, and restaurants for a fulfilling experience.

Popular Sightseeing Places in Bangalore that can be visited with this package

1. Devanahalli Fort

Devanahalli Fort, Bangalore

Famous as the birthplace of Tipu Sultan, Devanahalli Fort has great archaeological and historical importance. The roughly oval-shaped stone-and-mortar structure has 12 semi-circular bastions, each with a cannon point built onto it. The fort was one of Tipu Sultan's strongest military bastions and played a key role in his many battles against the British. Today, it has lost much of its grandeur. However, you can enjoy the wonderful views of the surrounding countryside. Venugopalaswamy Temple is the oldest structure inside the complex.

2. Halasuru Someshwara Temple

Dating back to the Chola period, Halasuru Someshwara Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Built by the Hoysalas, the shrine features the typical aesthetic motifs of the Vijayanagara architecture. Observe the elaborate sculptures of Ravana holding the Kailas Parvat to please Shiva, Goddess Durga slaying Mahishasura, scenes from Shiva and Parvati’s wedding, and images of the Saptarishi. You can also admire the beautiful carvings of elephants, lions, horses, and dancers.

3. Lumbini Gardens

Lumbini Gardens, Bangalore

Located near Nagawara Lake, Lumbini Gardens is Bangalore’s largest leisure park. It features a wave pool with an artificial beach. The park is dedicated to Lord Buddha and offers several amusement activities. You can enjoy reverse bungee jumping, bullfighting, and rides in toy trains and helicopter-shaped toys. Explore the 1.5 acres of lush greenery adorned with gorgeous fountains, charming statues, and rare plants.

4. Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium

Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, Bangalore

Aiming to make science fun and practical for all, Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium is a popular attraction for both children and adults. The planetarium was established in 1989 and organizes many space-related shows and activities. Various lectures, exhibitions, and workshops take place on the premises. Shows like Dawn of the Space Age, Mars- The Red Planet, and Our Solar System run daily in Kannada and English. In the outdoor science park, you can see many science models, such as Whispering Dishes, a giant kaleidoscope, and SunDial.

5. St. Mary's Basilica

St. Mary's Basilica, Bangalore

St. Mary’s Basilica is the oldest church in Bangalore and the only one in Karnataka that has been elevated to the status of a minor basilica. It is a Gothic-style church with twin spires, built in 1818. You can admire the 160-foot-high tower and the 6-foot-high Mother Mary statue holding Child Jesus in her arms. You can admire the vaulted ceiling supported by Corinthian pillars, splendid arches, and stained-glass windows.

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