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Bangalore Mysore Coorg Tour Package

Bangalore Mysore Coorg Tour Package (4 Nights / 5 Days)

Tour starts from : ex - Bangalore
Destinations covered : Bangalore, Coorg, Mysore
Theme : Hill Station Tours, Honeymoon Tours, Karnataka Tours
Bangalore Mysore Coorg Tour Package comes up with exclusive varieties in terms of nature, culture an... more

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  • Visit Tipu Sultan’s palace
  • Visit Bangalore Palace
  • Visit Mysore Palace
  • Visit Madikeri fort & Nalakunad Palace

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Bangalore Mysore Coorg Tour Package

Bangalore Mysore Coorg Tour Package comes up with exclusive varieties in terms of nature, culture and monuments. Bangalore Mysore Coorg Tour Package gives a unique combination of ancient and modern civilisation. Being the centre of attraction in the Bangalore Mysore Coorg Tour Package, Bangalore (now called Bengaluru) gives the cosmopolitan feel. The charming climate here compliments its Silicon Valley of India title. The eco-friendly attire of the city balances the colonial-era mood well with the high-paced urbanism though.

Package tour Bangalore Mysore Coorg gives you the opportunity to witness some of India’s majestic historical monuments like Tipu Sultan’s Palace in Bangalore and Mysore Palace in Mysore (now called Mysuru). The royal Mysore still lives in that era and so many of its places are enlisted in World Heritage Site list. Coorg makes Mysore Coorg package tours complete with its serene locale, captivating hilly landscapes and cool climate. The southernmost corner of Karnataka is the coffee and spice production hub. Home to unique Kodava race, Coorg makes Bangalore Mysore Coorg Tour Package one of a kind.

Itinerary Details

Day by Day itineraryDay 1: Arrival at the Bengaluru Airport/Railway Station and Local Sightseeing

Bangalore Mysore Coorg Tour Package begins from Bangalore as we pick you from the international airport or railway station and transfer you to the hotel booked at Bangalore.

The ever-growing IT hub has got the recognition worldwide as the Silicon Valley of India. The modern metro city still maintains the ancient charm with colonial-era heritage and architecture. It’s a pleasure to start a hectic tour with this city of comfort and luxury.

After freshening up and having a short meal, take a stroll around the city.

Please refer below Waytoindia's Quick travel guide for Bangalore which would help you plan your Bangalore Mysore Coorg tour package better.

Waytoindia's Quick Travel Guide For Bangalore

  • Best Places to Eat in Bangalore: Fatty Bao (610 12th Main Road Indiranagar, Asian Cuisine, downstairs Monkey Bar, this rooftop restaurant serves Thai curries and lemongrass mojitos, mains INR 380-650), Karavalli (Gateway Hotel, 66 Residency Road, +91 80 80 66604545, Coastal Cuisine, visit this vintage restaurant for Mangalorean fish curry or lobstar balchao, mains INR 500-1500), Mavalli Tiffin Rooms (Lalbagh Road, South Indian, dosa from INR 50 and meals from INR 150)


  • Best Things to Buy In Bangalore: Mysore Saree Udyog is the best place to buy Mysore silk sarees, men’s shirts and pashmina shawls. This old and busy store suits all budgets (1st floor, 316 Kamaraj Road). Forest Essentials is a fabulous place to buy organic ayurvedic essential oils and beauty products (4/1 Lavelle Junction Building, Vittal Mallya Road).



  • Must Visit Places in the city and Around: The Bangalore Mysore Coorg Tour Package tour allows the visit to Tipu Sultan’s palace, National Gallery of Modern Art, Bangalore Fort, Bangalore Palace, Hal Aerospace Museum, Iskcon temple, Cubbon Park, Botanical Garden at Lalbagh. Tipu Sultan, the great emperor, known as the tiger of Mysore had two palaces nearby. One is this Tipu Sultan’s palace in the city near Krishnarajendra market and second one is his summer palace in Srirangapatnam near Mysore. 17th century Venkataraman Temple and Jamia Masjid are two major places of attraction near Tipu’s Palace. Places not to miss include Tipu Sultan’s palace, Bangalore Fort and Botanical garden


  • Things to Do In Bangalore: Experiences not to miss in Bangalore include:

    • Visiting the best pubs and lounges – Try Loft 38, Skyye City Bar or Tavern. The localities can be wonderful guides for this.
    • Fine Dining – Top picks include Shiros at UB City, Empire Restaurant at Church Street and Spiga at St. Mark’s Rd.
    • Having a relaxing time at the best cafes of Bangalore – try Ants Café at Indiranagar, Om Made Café at Koramangala and Matteo at Church Street.
    • Enjoying delectable South Indian food at the famous breakfast joints –Shri Sagar (Nr. Malleswaram Police Station), MTR, Veena Stores (Margosa Rd, Malleswaram), Koshy’s, and Vasudev Adigas.
    • A half day private tour to get the essence of the capital city of Karnataka.


Travel Tips in Bangalore:


  • Most of the palaces and museums are close in the evening. Check the time at the hotel before going there.


  • Tipu Sultan’s palace, Bangalore Palace and Bangalore Fort should be included in the first priority list. The magnificent architecture and interior design of these three historical buildings are worth visiting.


  • Do not miss the interesting heritage harmony at Cubbon Park. It’s surrounded by colonial architecture, the red-painted Gothic-style State Central Library; the colossal neo-Dravidian-style Vidhana Soudha.

Day 2: Bangalore to Mysore (151 km; 04 hour drive)

After a sumptuous breakfast at the Bangalore hotel, check out of the hotel and drive to Mysore.Try to start around 8 am.

En-route you can visit the old city of Srirangapatnam and Dariya Daulat palace. Then visit Gumbaz, the burial chamber of a sultan and his family, famous Ranganathaswamy Temple and Tipu Sultan Mosque. Everything is royal about Mysore. Be it world heritage-listed majestic monuments or premium silk, sandalwood and incense production hub. Mysore (now called Mysuru) is also one of India’s best places to practice Ashtanga Yoga.

Please refer below Waytoindia's Quick travel guide for Mysore which would help you plan your Bangalore Mysore Coorg tour package better.

Waytoindia's Quick Travel Guide For Mysore 

  • Best Places to Eat in Mysore: Sapphire (Lalitha Mahal Palace, try Mysore Silver Thali at INR 485 here. Thali consists of an assortment of vegetables, breads and sweets served on brassware. Mains INR 250-1000), Vinayaka Mylari (769 Nazarbad Main Road, South Indian, try city’s best masala dosas and idlis here, mains INR 30-50), Tiger Trail (Royal Orchid Metropole, 5 Jhansi Lakshmi Bai Road, jungle themed elite restaurant, Indian cuisine, mains INR 250-750, lunch buffet from INR 450).


  • Best Things to Buy in Mysore: Government Silk Weaving Factory is the best and cheapest place to shop for Mysuru silk. The factory is just adjacent to it (Mananthody Road Ashokapuram, +91 8025586550). Sandalwood Oil Factory is a dependable place for buying Mysore’s signature sandalwood incense, soap, cosmetics and pure sandalwood oil (Mananthody Road Ashokapuram, factory closed on Sunday). Cauvery Arts and Crafts Emporium is a place for exclusive South Indian handicrafts (Sayyaji Rao Road).


  • Must Visit Places in Mysore City: The Bangalore Mysore Coorg Tour Packageincludes visit to some of the most significant places here, such as Mysore Palace, Chamundi hill, Jaganmohan Palace, Sri Chamundeswari Temple, Devaraja Market, Karanji Lake Nature Park, Mysore Zoo. The old Mysore Palace of Wodeyar Maharajas was ruined by fire in 1897. In 1912, English Architect Henry Irwin completed its latest look. This grand royal palace is made of stained glass, mirrors, carved wooden doors, mosaic floors. Chamundi hill and Sri Chamundeswari Temple are perfect for a foot trail comprising 1000-plus steps.


  • Things to Do in Mysore: To get the feel of the royal history and heritage, take a walk around the city. Mysore Palace and the museums are must-visit. A South-Indian meal in some roadside cafes would complete the private tour.


Travel Tips in Mysore:


  • Every Sunday and national holiday the Mysore palace is illuminated by nearly 100,000 light bulbs from 7 p.m. to 7.45 pm. To witness that is a magnificent experience.


  • Photography within the Mysore palace is strictly prohibited. You have to deposit your cameras in lockers at the entrance.


Day 3: Mysore to Coorg (107 km; 2 hour 30 minute drive)

After breakfast and checking out of the hotel, drive to Coorg. En-route you can visit Dubare Elephant Camp, an elephant training camp on the banks of the river Kaveri. You can stop at the island Kaveri Nisargadhama.

On arrival, check into the hotel at Coorg. After lunch, just take a stroll around the hotel. The serene hilly locale and the cool climate would definitely soothe your soul. The lush green landscapes make the small town a must-visit. Coorg is appropriate for staying a little longer. It is the spice and coffee production hub and home to unique Kodava race, believed to have descended from migrating Persians and Kurds, or perhaps Greeks.

Day 4: Coorg Sightseeing

After breakfast join the sightseeing tour for visiting famous places around.

Please refer below Waytoindia's Quick travel guide for Coorg which would help you plan your Bangalore Mysore Coorg tour package better.

Waytoindia's Quick Travel Guide For Coorg

  • Best Places to Eat in Coorg: Coorg Cuisine (Main Road, Resional dishes and Kodava specialities, try pork dry fry and rice dumplings, mains INR 100-150), Malaya Restaurant (opposite Golden Temple, Himalayan Cuisine, try Tibetan dumplings and noodle soup thukpa here, INR 60-90)


  • Best Things to Buy in Coorg: You can find rich flavoured coffee and chocolate here which can be good gift items. Chocotila is the best place to buy Coorg's special chilli chocolate that packs a punch with fiery birds eye chillies (Yavakopadi Village, Kabbinakad, +91 8272 238525). Choci Coorg offers varieties of chocolates including a unique betel-nut flavour (opposite Bus stand, Madikeri).


  • Must Visit Places in Coorg and Around: Bangalore coorg Mysore package includes Namdroling Monastery in Bylakuppe, Golden temple with 18 m high gold-plated Buddha statue, Madikeri fort, Nalakunad Palace at the bottom of Kodagu's highest peak, Abbi falls, and Zangdogpalri temple. Coorg is the southern-most edge of Karnataka.


  • Things to Do in Coorg: Visit Talakaveri, the birth place of Cauvery, en route visit Bhagamandala Bhagandeshwara Temple and Triveni Sangama. Coorg Trails can arrange day treks around Madikeri and a 16 km. trek to Kotebetta (INR 450- 850, +91 8272 220491, +91 9886665459)

Day 5: Coorg to Bangalore (269 km; 5 hour drive)

After a scrumptious breakfast, start for a drive to Bangalore. If you couldn't make it to Namdroling Monastery in Bylakuppe before, en route visit Bylakuppe, the largest Tibetan settlement in South India and its famous Monastery and golden temple. Then continue to Bangalore. On arrival go directly to Airport or station or stay one night there and leave next morning.

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    Room Sharing Basis
    • 2 Persons – 1 Double Room
    • 3 Persons – 1 Double Room with extra bed
    • 4 Persons – 2 Double Room
    • 5 Persons – 2 Double Room with extra bed
    • 6 Persons – 3 Double Room
    • 7 Persons – 3 Double Room with extra bed
    • 8 Persons – 4 Double Room
    • 9 Persons – 4 Double Room with extra bed
    • 10 Persons – 5 Double Room
    • 11 Persons – 5 Double Room with extra bed
    • 12 Persons – 6 Double Room
    Special Terms Related to Vehicle
    • Transportation as per itinerary only (not available at disposal).
    • For upto 3 persons, AC Indica Car or similar vehicle shall be provided. In case you wish to upgrade to Innova car it can be done by paying extra cost.
    • For 4-6 persons AC Innova car or similar vehicle shall be provided.
    • For 4 persons in case they wish to take AC indica, extra charge per person shall be less in the per person price.
    • For 7-12 persons AC Tempo Traveller or similar vehicle shall be provided.

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    Travel Tips For Bangalore Mysore Coorg Tour Package

    Travel Tips:

    Weather and Best Time:

    Bangalore Mysore Coorg tour package is a year-round option because of the pleasant weather conditions. However, October-February is the best time (also the peak tourist season) to enjoy the tour fully due to cool winter weather. It is during this time that one can enjoy the best of trekking and other adventures in Coorg.

    The summer months from March-May keep the days warm and evenings cool, though there has been a shift towards hotter weather conditions in the past few years. Still, the trip can be planned without any worries, especially when there is an opportunity to explore Coorg’s beautiful valleys blossoming with white flowers.

    The monsoons from June to September may bring heavy showers, but the greenery that unfolds during the season is absolutely unimaginable. With right raingear in hand, you can easily opt for Bangalore Mysore Coorg tour package during monsoons as well.

    Things to Pack:

    For Bangalore Mysore Coorg tour package during monsoons, it is almost essential to carry umbrellas and raincoats. If you have adventure on mind, do pack great walking shoes, energy foods (drinks, protein bars etc.) and caps/hats.

    For summer time tour, light cotton clothes, as well as light woollens, would be required. Don’t forget sunscreens, sunglasses etc. For winters, pack cotton clothes along with moderate to heavy woollens. Moisturizers and cold creams are also recommended. Medications would include the ones for headaches, stomach and digestive issues and mountain sickness.

    Local Transport:

    Public transport options for Bangalore Mysore Coorg tour package include metros (Bangalore), buses (all three destinations), cars and taxis (all three destinations), auto rickshaws (Bangalore and Mysore) and motorbikes and cycles (Bangalore and Mysore). Some important tips are:

    • Bangalore roads suffer from chaotic traffic, constant honking and almost absent road manners. Crossing roads can be a nightmare. The city contributes significantly towards road accidents (especially for pedestrians and two-wheelers) in Karnataka.
    • Public transport options are almost unavailable after 10:30 p.m.
    • Auto-rickshaws are available even during the odd hours and are cheaper than cabs, but be careful about paying the fares. Insist them to use meters.
    • When in Coorg, be careful driving on the winding roads and be especially watchful towards the overloaded trucks and lorries.
    • Speed breakers are usually unmarked and pedestrian crossings too are missing.
    • At Coorg, you may encounter wild animals on road. So, be careful.

    Adventure Activities in and Around:

    If you are an adventure-lover, Bangalore Mysore Coorg tour package allows you to undertake some extremely thrilling activities like:

    • Cycling, rock climbing, hiking, caving, kayaking and camping near Bangalore
    • Horse riding and birding (at Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary) near Mysore
    • Trekking, hiking, white water rafting, rock climbing, paragliding and camping in Coorg.

    You may also opt for Ayurveda treatment and spa services in Coorg.

    Important Festivals:

    You may opt for Bangalore Mysore Coorg tour package during one of the popular festivals/events like:


    • Karaga Festival in March
    • Storm Music Festival in January
    • NH7 Weekender in October
    • The Great Indian October Fest in October
    • Bangalore Food Fete in April


    • Dasara (Dussehra) in September/October


    • Kalipodh in September
    • Puttari in December

    Staying Safe:

    • Leeches can be an issue in Coorg, especially during monsoons. Be careful.
    • Some unknown massage parlours in Bangalore may turn out to be venues practicing prostitution. Choose carefully.
    • Extremely spicy food is tempting but can affect your health. East wisely and avoid unhygienic places.
    • Drink only bottled water.
    • Beware of pick-pocketers and snatchers in Bangalore.
    • Avoid going out to secluded places after 10:00 p.m.

    Important Entry Fees:


    • Bangalore Palace (open 10:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m.): INR 230/460 per Indian/foreigner; INR 285/685 for mobile/still camera
    • Tipu Sultan Summer Palace (open 09:00 a.m. to 05:30 p.m.): INR 5/100 per Indian/foreigner


    • Mysore Palace (opens 10:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m.): INR 50/30 per adult/child; INR 50/30 per adult/child for light and sound show
    • Brindavan Gardens (open 10:30 a.m. to 09:30 p.m.): INR 15/100 per adult/child
    • Jaganmohan Palace and Art Gallery (open 08:30 a.m. to 05:00 p.m.): INR 20/10 per adult/child
    • Mysore Zoo (open 08:30 a.m. to 05:30 p.m., closed every Tuesday): INR 50/20 on weekdays and INR 60/30 on weekends per adult/child


    • Abbey Falls (open 09:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m.): INR 15 per head
    • Raja’s Seat (open 05:30 a.m. to 08:00 p.m.): INR 5 per head
    • Dubare Elephant Camp (open 09:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m.): INR 885 for elephant activities