Erco travels presenting seven days tour of Bangalore, Mysore, OOty, Kodaikanal and Coimbatore known as the gorgeous cities of the southern part of India. This wonderful trip offers you a chance to see the different color of traditions, cultures, natural views, picturesque landscapes, great wildlife, luxurious houseboats and shimmering sands of beautiful beaches and sacred temples and many more that never fail to catch your attention.
This short trip offers you an opportunity to capture the real picture of South India by visiting the 'City Of Palaces’ Mysore famous for its Dravidian architecture royal buildings, temples, museums, magnificent palaces, luxuriant gardens and modern amusement parks. After exploring this ‘Sandalwood City of India, you will be welcomed by the gorgeous & peaceful hill station of South Ooty renewed for scenic natural beauty, pleasant climate ,picturesque lakes & waterfalls, misty mountains ,wildlife and many more.
Kodaikanal is a beautiful city haven for honeymooners, mesmerizes you with its mighty rocks, majestic hills, beautiful natural waterfalls & Lakes, lush green and romantic environment. Your last destination of this wonderful trip is Coimbatore filled with Temples, large range of Nilgiris hills, Black Thunder Theme Park and wildlife sanctuaries. Coimbatore is a favorite tourist hunt for everyone who wants to catch the glorious natural beauty.
Now it’s time to pack your bags to enjoy this short trip of holiday organized by Erco travels.
Arrive at Bangalore airport and depart for Mysore. The city is famous for its silks. The city shows its richness by its prehistoric monuments, temples, forts, palaces, etc. Reach Mysore with the help of our representative and check-in at hotel.
Open your eyes with a sip of hot coffee. Get ready for city sightseeing and rush out to visit Chamundeshwari temple. The temple is located on the top of Chamundi hills where you can expect to indulge in trekking activity. After climbing this hill, you can also see two another temples likely Laxmi Narayan temple and Mahabaleswara temple. Then you can move to visit the most beautiful Brindavan Garden; it is decorated with huge lawns and various kaleidoscopical courses of flowers from all around. In the evening, you can visit Mysore Palace. The night view of the palace is worth watching. The palace represents the fantabulous assemblage of Indo-Saracen architecture.Day 03 : Mysore - Ooty
Enjoy your morning breakfast at hotel and leave for Ooty; one of the finest hill station of South India. Reach Ooty Lake, to enjoy boat riding with your friends and family. After that you can visit Catherine Falls; the panoramic view of the fall you can easily catch from Dolphin's Nose. Return to hotel and take rest for the night.
Start your city sightseeing early morning so that you can explore maximum attractions of Ooty. Visit, Botanical Garden, where you can find 650 species of plants and trees. Move to Lamb's Rock; it is the most famous vintage point of the region which offers spectacular view of Coimbatore plains. Visit to Rose garden you can include in your Ooty tour itinerary so spend your evening amidst the garden of different flavor's of roses. Overnight Hotel
Today morning, you will leave for Kodaikanal after having breakfast at hotel. To reach Kodaikanal it will take approx. 7 hours. After arrival at the city, check-in at hotel and at leisure you can visit nearby area.
There are a lot to explore and to see at this picturesque landscape. The Green Valley View or Suicide Point is situated 5000 feet above for the landscape which shows panoramic view of the plains, hills, valleys and the Vaigai dam. Between Green Valley View and Pillar Rocks one can find a dangerous deep hidden ravine, named as Devil's Kitchen from where a deep fall is originated. Footfall of adventurous tourists always can be seen at this place. Kodai Lake is one another favorite attractions for tourists where you can experience boat riding.
Check-out from hotel and drive for Coimbatore airport where you will catch your flight and fly for your own country with the memory of South India Tour.