Bangalore, Mysore, Ooty 5 nts, 6 days Package Tour with Toy train

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5N/6D : 2N Mysore / 2N Ooty / 1N Bangalore with toy train experience:

This tour can be done for 5 night 6 days or 3 nights 4 days.

Place you will visit:

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.

Bangalore Mysoore and Ooty with Toy train experience.

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.
  4. Ride in a Toy Train

Hotels used for Bangalore, Ooty 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 & toy train

Bangalore, Mysore and the Toy Train are three beloved landmarks of colorful India. Not only do they boast stunning vistas and interesting local cultures, each also has its own share of unique and fascinating facts.

Bangalore (or Bengaluru), the capital of Karnataka, is known as the Garden City of India due to its various green spaces and tree-lined streets. It is the third most populous Indian city, with an estimated population of over 8.5 million people. It is also a popular destination for visitors from around the world, with its bustling high-tech hub, numerous malls and vibrant nightlife. What many people may not know is that, as of 2012, Bangalore had nearly 200 lakes, many of which are subject to environmental protection regulations. Additionally, almost a third of the city population is estimated to use public transport, making it one of the most sustainable cities in India.

Mysore, in neighboring Karnataka state, is a city built on Hindu culture. Thought to be one of the oldest cities in India, it is affectionately nicknamed the City of Palaces due to its impressive buildings and structures - the Mysore Palace being the most well-known. It also carries strong spiritual significance, as the site of the famous Mysore Dasara festival. In addition to its many landmarks, Mysore is also responsible for producing some of the finest varieties of silk in the country.

Finally, the Toy Train, or Nilgiri Mountain Railway, is an impressive feat of engineering located in Southern Tamil Nadu. Connecting Mettupalayam and Udagamandalam, it is the only rack railway in India. Its system features three engines, including the unusual X Class tank engine. This miniature locomotive bounds up the rocky terrain of the Nilgiri Hills through several characteristic curves and loops. It is credited with giving the entire area its nickname, “The Blue Mountains”. Every year, this route is packed with tourists wanting to experience a piece of history.

These three places all make India a distinctly unique and beautiful country. From the bustling city of Bangalore, to the spiritual mecca of Mysore and the ancient journey of the Toy Train, exploring India must include at least one of these aspects to truly appreciate its beauty.

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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