Arrive at Bengaluru airport and travel to Ooty, which is also called the “Queen of Hill Stations”. Established in the 19th century by the Britishers as the summer headquarters of the Madras government, the present-day Ooty is a mix of scenic landscapes dotted with British-era buildings. Take a drive from Bengaluru to Ooty and enjoy sightseeing at the Bandipur National Park. You might get lucky to spot a chital, sloth bear, or a leopard on your way. On arrival at Ooty, check-in to your hotel and enjoy an overnight stay.
After breakfast at the hotel, get ready for a sightseeing tour at Coonoor. On your way to Coonoor, visit Doddabetta Peak, which is the highest peak of the Nilgiri Hills. Bordered with a reserved forest area, the peak offers a beautiful view of the thick forest. On reaching Coonoor, visit Sim’s Park, which is famous for the different species of plants. At the end of the day, visit the Dolphin’s Nose, situated at 5075 feet above sea level. It offers a panoramic view of Coonoor. Post the sightseeing tour, return to Ooty for an overnight stay.
After breakfast, visit the Government Botanical Garden, which has around a thousand species of plants. After the garden visit, head to Ooty Lake. The lake is lined by tall green trees that add to its beauty. Enjoy a boat ride in the soothing water of the lake. Later in the day, head to Mysore. Enjoy a comfortable stay on arrival.
Mysore is the second largest city of Karnataka and is a popular tourist destination of the state. After breakfast at the hotel, get ready for the local sightseeing. Your first stop, Mysore Zoo is home to around 170 species of animals. Offering a serene environment, it is one of the oldest zoos in the country. In the evening, visit the popular Brindavan Gardens. One of the most beautifully laid out terrace gardens in the world, Brindavan receives more than 2 million visitors every year. Later, return to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Post breakfast, head to Chamundeshwari Temple (located at a distance of 13km from the city) for the darshan. Dedicated to Goddess Durga, this temple is one among the 18 maha shakti peeths. After the temple visit, proceed to Coorg. On arrival, check-in to your hotel and have some rest. Later in the evening, visit the Abbey Waterfalls. Surrounded by the lush greenery, the beautiful waterfall attracts thousands of tourists around the year. The mesmerising view of the waterfall is a heaven for photography and nature lovers. After the waterfall visit, head to the Raja’s seat. Once the favourite place of the King of Kodagu, Raja’s seat is a seasonal garden of flowers and artificial fountains. Lush with greenery, beautiful mountains surround the garden. Post the sightseeing tour, return to the hotel for an overnight stay.
After breakfast at the hotel, head for sightseeing in the city. Your first stop, Dubare Elephant Camp is an elephant conservatory-cum-training camp. Run by the Forest Department of the state, it is home to the famous Asiatic Black Elephants. Later in the evening, visit the Namdroling Monastery in Kushalnagar. One of the largest Buddhist centres of the country, the monastery is home to the Sangha community. After you have admired the architecture of the monastery, return to the hotel for an overnight stay.
After breakfast at the hotel, get ready for a refreshing experience at the coffee plantations of Coorg. Owing to the large production of coffee, Coorg is also known as the “Coffee Cup of India”. Walk through the coffee trails and learn the various methods of coffee growth and production. After the insightful visit, return to Bengaluru for departure.
In case of triple occupancy, the third occupant of the room shall be provided a mattress/rollaway bed.
Car AC will not work in hills, Usage of AC in hills may lead to mechanical issues in car.
Food booked during your tour would be by default vegetarian, you need to inform and book in advance for Non Veg items Meals.
Driver has fixed working hours and his working time is till 8AM to 6PM
Few Hotel facilities may be chargeable or demands for security deposit, Guest need to furnish the same directly.
Entrance fee would not be included unless it is mentioned specifically.
If you are booked for a sharing accommodation, transport or activity, you have to strictly follow the timings (Check in Check out timings, Drop and Pickup timings) so your tour can be smoothly accomplished. OYO would not be responsible for any missed or unused part of your tour.
Early check in and Late check outs will be chargeable and subject to availability
Non AC rooms will be provided in Ooty, Kodaikanal and Coorg, AC rooms will be on request and subject to availability
Car will run strictly as per the itinerary and it is not disposal unless it is not mentioned specifically, If customer wishes to go market separately and want to go for a late evening dinner he has to pay directly to the driver
Guest Arrival / Departure details along with a working mobile no. detail is important for smoother operations
'Day at Leisure' essentially implies that no sightseeing/activity is included for that day
Guest need to pay mandatory dinner costs and surcharges applicable in festive season like Christmas and New Year directly at the hotel unless it is not included specifically.
Your drivers are good in driving with a reasonable communication skills, although they hail from smaller locations and less educated background. At times their mannerism may not suit you, request you please maintain a cordial behavior with them.