Bangalore Mysore 3 nts, 4 days Package Tour

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Places you will be visiting:

We will take you across Srirangapatna (Dariya Daulat Bagh, Gumbaz, Tippu Fort and Temple) and Bird Sanctuary, Evening to Maharaja Palace and Brindavan Garden, Chamundi Hill, Big Bull, St.Philomina’s Church, Jagan Mohan Palace and Mysore Zoo & Mysore Palace tour to see the Palace lit up. (all in Mysore)

Than to proceed to visit Ooty Lake, Rose Garden and Botanical Garden. Coonoor by train from Ooty to Coonoor Sight Seeing (Sim’s Park, Lam’s Rock, Dolphin Nose, Tea Factory and Tea Gardens) and Doddabetta Peak. Then to Vidhanasaudha and ISKON Temple, Lalbagh, Museum and Cubbon Park in Bangalore.

Collage of photos for the Bangalore Mysore tour.
Bangalore Mysoore Ooty with Toy train experience or Only Mysoore 2 nights 3 days

This tour includes:

  1. Bed and breakfast is included.
  2. Experienced Tour guide will be with you.
  3. You will have a personal car to travel in with an experienced driver.

Hotels used for Bangalore package tour:

For all packages the hotels we use are only 3 star and 4 star and 5 star and you are also most welcome to book in the hotel of your choice that can be from 2 star or your budget hotels, (prior to booking the tour you have to provide the names of hotels to us)

Customize your tour:

You are also free to customize your tours,  change the itinerary or hotels choices or anything accordingly and let me know if any changes are required as we work to give you the best & If it's in our hand will try and do the best for you. You are also free to book your own flights for any of our tours.

Interesting facts about banglore & mysoore

Bangalore and Mysore are two cities in the southern state of Karnataka in India. Both cities have a long and fascinating history, providing an interesting look into the culture, art, and monuments of India. Some of the most interesting facts about Bangalore and Mysore are their development, culture, and cuisine.

Bangalore is known for its modern development and is one of the most developed cities in India. It is the capital of Karnataka, is home to many IT companies, and is known as the Silicon Valley of India. However, it was formerly known as the Garden City of India, as the city was understood to be the cleanest and greenest in the country. Bangalore's development is attributed to its long history of rulers, beginning with the Mysore Wodeyars and followed by the British. The city's architecture reflects the influence of its rulers, from the English-style churches to the Mysore-style palaces.

Mysore is an old city with a rich heritage and culture. The city was formerly known as the capital of the Mysore Wodeyar dynasty and was home to many forts, palaces, and temples built by the rulers. Mysore was known for its prosperous silk and sandalwood trade and the high quality of the products produced there. It is still home to many temples and other buildings constructed by the Wodeyars and has some iconic buildings like the Mysore Palace and the Mysore Zoo. Mysore even celebrated 25 years as a deemed Heritage City in 2020. The city is also known for its vibrant art and culture, with numerous festivals, classical and folk dances, and music performances held annually.

Both Bangalore and Mysore are well-known for their cuisine. The city of Bangalore is known to be the birthplace of the famous south Indian dish idli. Idli is a savory steamed cake made up of fermented rice and lentils and is served with a condiment called sambar. Mysore also has its own unique cuisine, with dishes like Mysore Pak and Mysore Masala Dosa served in households and restaurants alike.

To conclude, Bangalore and Mysore have much to offer in terms of culture, art, and cuisine. Both are cities with centuries of history, from the time of the Mysore Wodeyars to the modern development of Bangalore. Their unique architecture, cuisine, and vibrancy make them two of the most interesting cities in India.

Please note:-

1. After pandemic I have stopped booking flights as they don't refund any amount to travel agents if anyting goes wrong.
2. I do not accept cash payments.
3. All payments should be made 15 days before the package via bank transfer or Google pay or wise transfers.
4. For all my outside Goa tours i do not provide airport transfers from Goa hotels to Goa airport.
5. All trips once booked are non Cancelable and non refundable.

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