The cities of Bangalore, Mysore, Ooty, and Wayanad are popular tourist places in the southern part of India. They are well known for their serene natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, and modern lifestyle. The Bangalore Mysore Ooty Wayanad packages are perfect for travelers who want to experience the best of both worlds. You can move from exploring the cosmopolitan city's modern wonders to delve into nature's tranquillity.

We at Bangalore Tourism provide customizable Bangalore Mysore Ooty Wayanad packages that cater to varying travel needs and budgets. We include visits to top sightseeing attractions, activities, stays, and local travel options. You can enjoy Bangalore’s vibrance, witness the opulence of Mysore, admire the natural charm of Ooty, and indulge in the serenity of Wayanad.

Our "Bangalore Mysore Ooty Wayanad Packages" include well-planned itineraries and necessary facilities like hotel bookings and local transportation. We also make arrangements for activities and sightseeing to make your trip enjoyable. We plan each package to match your preferences so that you have the most enriching experience.

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

1. Banasura Sagar Dam

Banasura Sagar Dam, Wayanad

Surrounded by the majestic Western Ghats, Banasura Sagar Dam is India's largest earthen dam, impounding the Karamanathodu tributary of the Kabini River. The crystal-clear reservoir is framed by lush hills, creating a scenic masterpiece. Renowned for its beauty, the dam offers boat rides on serene waters, and the islands within the reservoir add to its charm. Banasura Sagar Dam is a captivating destination for those seeking a rejuvenating break amidst nature.

2. Edakkal Caves

Edakkal Caves, Wayanad

Edakkal Caves is an archaeological marvel attracting history lovers. It consists of ancient rock engravings dating back thousands of years, unveiling prehistoric civilizations. A scenic trek to the Ambukuthi Hills leads to the cavern's entrance. The panoramic view from the top is rewarding. Besides Wayanad's lush greenery, you can witness the human and animal figures inside the caves.

3. Chembra Peak

Chembra Peak, Wayanad

Chembra Peak is the highest peak in the Wayanad district. It offers a captivating sightseeing experience. Popular among trekkers, the climb to the summit unfolds breathtaking vistas of lush tea plantations, dense forests, and the scenic heart-shaped Chembra Lake. The trek is an adventure through diverse flora and fauna. You can enjoy soul-soothing panoramic views from the summit.

4. Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary

Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, Wayanad

Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is home to diverse flora and fauna. It covers an area of 344 sq. km. and houses elephants, tigers, leopards, and a variety of bird species. The Muthanga and Tholpetty wildlife sanctuaries within Wayanad offer thrilling wildlife safaris, providing glimpses of the region's rich biodiversity. The lush landscapes, dense forests, and meandering rivers set a captivating stage for an immersive safari experience.

5. Soochipara Falls

Soochipara Falls, Wayanad

Soochipara Falls, also known as Sentinel Rock Waterfalls, is a stunning waterfall that cascades from a height of 200 meters. The picturesque spot is surrounded by lush greenery and offers breathtaking views. You can enjoy swimming and bathing in the natural pools formed at the foot of these falls. The area is perfect for photographers and nature enthusiasts.

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

1. Ooty Lake

Tiger Hill, a high vantage point, reveals the scenic charm of Nilgiri Hills. It is positioned at an elevation and presents breathtaking panoramic views of lush tea plantations, dense forests, and distant blue hills. You can enjoy the mesmerizing spectacle of sunrise as it casts a golden glow on the landscape and Doddabetta Peak. The cool mountain air and serene ambiance add to the experience, making Tiger Hill a cherished spot for nature enthusiasts and photographers.

2. Kalhatti Falls

Kalhatti Falls, Ooty

Kalhatti Falls, descending 120 feet, nestles in the Western Ghats' lush greenery. Accessible through a scenic drive in the Kalhatti Ghats, the falls form a serene pool at the base, providing tranquillity for nature enthusiasts. Encircled by verdant forests and tea plantations, Kalhatti Falls offers a refreshing escape from the urban hustle, making it a must-visit tourist spot in Ooty.

3. Dolphin’s Nose

Dolphin’s Nose, Ooty

Dolphin's Nose is a prominent vantage point that offers splendid panoramic views of the beautiful Nilgiri Hills. The viewpoint is perched at an elevation of 1,550 meters. It derives its name from its distinctive shape resembling a dolphin's nose. The vantage point provides breathtaking views of Catherine Falls and the Mettupalayam plains. You can enjoy mesmerizing sunrise and sunset views and the deep valleys and rolling hills below.

4. Annamalai Temple

Located 20 kilometers from Ooty on the outskirts of Coonoor, Annamalai Temple is a lesser-known gem in Ooty. Dedicated to Lord Murugan, it is recognized as the Lord's 7th Hill House. Guru Krishnanandaji founded the temple. Devotees from diverse backgrounds participate in the 'Anna-Dana' ceremony, which is organized every month, distributing food to visitors. The observatory atop the hill offers a breathtaking panoramic view.

5. The Thread Garden

The Thread Garden, Ooty

The Thread Garden in Ooty showcases an artificial garden with life-like flowers, plants, and birds crafted from colorful threads, canvas, and wire. Meticulously handcrafted by skilled artisans, each creation is a testament to intricate craftsmanship. Visitors can marvel at the detailed artistry, vibrant hues, and the surreal atmosphere. This unique experience seamlessly blends art with nature, making the Thread Garden a one-of-a-kind destination in the heart of Ooty.

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

1. Somnathpur Temple

Somnathpur Temple, Mysore

Somnathpur Temple is a masterpiece of Hoysala architecture. It dates back to the 13th century and is a well-preserved gem dedicated to Lord Keshava. The temple is renowned for its intricate stone carvings that adorn every inch of its walls, depicting mythological stories, celestial beings, and ornate motifs. The three sanctums within the star-shaped structure exemplify Hoysala craftsmanship.

2. Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary

Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, Mysore

Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary is a picturesque hub for birdwatching enthusiasts. Spread across six islets on the Kaveri River, it hosts a diverse range of migratory and resident bird species. You can enjoy boat rides to reach the islands and witness the vibrant spectacle of painted storks, spoonbills, herons, and numerous other birds in their natural habitat.

3. Talakadu

Talakadu, Mysore

Located near Mysore, Talakadu is a peaceful retreat blending spirituality and nature. The calm Cauvery River flows through this sacred town, creating a peaceful setting. Pilgrims visit the Vaidyanatheshwara Temple to seek blessings while enjoying the river's gentle sounds. Talakadu is perfect for those who want to experience spirituality while enjoying the beauty of nature.

4. Lalitha Mahal

Lalitha Mahal, Mysore

Lalitha Mahal stands as a testament to the regal elegance and architectural finesse of the ancient era. The opulent palace was built in 1921 and exudes a blend of Renaissance and architectural styles. It originally served as a guesthouse for the Viceroy of India. With its pristine white facade, majestic Corinthian columns, and expansive lawns, Lalitha Mahal continues to resonate with the grandeur of Mysore's royal past. The palace has witnessed historic events and hosted dignitaries, making it a cultural gem.

5. St. Philomena's Church

St. Philomena's Church, Mysore

Inspired by the Cologne Cathedral in Germany, St. Philomena's Church showcases a neo-gothic style of architecture and towering spires. It ranks among the largest cathedrals in India. Constructed in 1936, the Church is dedicated to Saint Philomena, featuring stunning stained glass windows, intricate carvings, and a serene ambiance. The church's imposing structure stands at approximately 175 feet in height. It provides a visual delight for history enthusiasts and architecture lovers.

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

1. Lalbagh

Lalbagh, Bangalore

Lalbagh Botanical Garden stands as a horticultural hub established in the 18th century. The garden's iconic Glass House hosts annual flower shows, attracting nature enthusiasts and photographers showcasing a stunning variety of flora, including rare and exotic plants. The serene paths, lush lawns, and the iconic Lalbagh Rock provide a tranquil escape within the bustling city, making it a favored spot for morning walks and picnics.

2. Cubbon Park

Cubbon Park, Bangalore

Cubbon Park was established in 1870. It is a sprawling park that spans 300 acres, adorned with vibrant flowerbeds, majestic trees, and meandering walking paths. A haven for nature lovers, it features architectural gems like the State Central Library and Attara Kacheri. With its tranquil lakes and well-maintained lawns, Cubbon Park is an idyllic escape, ideal for strolls, picnics, and cultural events, making it a cherished destination for all.

3. Big Banyan Tree

Big Banyan Tree, Bangalore

The Big Banyan Tree is a natural wonder and a popular sightseeing destination. The colossal tree is over 400 years old and spreads over 3 acres. It creates a vast canopy with its extensive branches. It is known locally as Dodda Alada Mara. You can admire nature's resilience and awe-inspiring biodiversity as you stroll through the tree's expansive shade and marvel at its intricate aerial roots.

4. Ulsoor Lake

Ulsoor Lake, Bangalore

The present Ulsoor Lake was created by Lewin Bentham Bowring, the then Commissioner of Bangalore. It spans over 124 acres, surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque islands. The lake provides a tranquil setting for boat rides and strolls along the well-maintained promenade. The view of the sunset reflecting on the calm waters is a mesmerizing sight.

5. Nandi Hills

Rising 1,478 meters above sea level, Nandi Hills offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes. A hub for nature lovers and adventure seekers, Nandi Hills, features lush greenery, historic forts, and ancient temples. The Nandi Bull Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva's mount, adds cultural significance. The tranquil atmosphere, cool climate, and picturesque sunrise make it a popular spot for a refreshing break. You can also indulge in paragliding, trekking, and other thrilling experiences.

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