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A Trip to Mysore Wayanad and Ooty | 6 Days 5 Nights

Wayanad

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South India offers a lot to see and do, and hence more than just one vacation might be needed to fully explore it. This package shows you two of its greatest treasures: intriguing historical structures and evergreen hills. Your trip begins in Mysore, where you can explore the vast Mysore Palace or experience peace at Kukkarahalli Lake. Further, capture a mesmeric sunset at the Sunrise Valley in the Wayanad. On a sightseeing tour of the district, already part of this South India package, relax in the cool water of Soochipara Falls. Your stay in Ooty will be marked with a visit to Ooty Lake and Government Botanical Garden. Another highlight of your venture will be the excursion to Sim?s Park and Dolphin?s Nose Point in Coonoor.
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  • Outing to Edakkal Caves
  • Visit to Doddabetta Peak
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A Vacation to Bangalore,Mysore & Ooty (Online Only) | 5 Days 4 Nights

Vidhana Soudha in Bangalore

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Pick this package for a holiday of contrasts as it takes you to two bustling cities and then a tranquil hill station. The first destination you explore is Bangalore, the cultural hub of Karnataka. On a sightseeing tour, pay homage at Bull Temple, see the architecture of Vidhana Soudha and walk through the lush Lal Bagh. You then move to Mysore with an en route stop at Srirangapatna. Among the attractions you explore during your stay here is the incredibly sculpted Chennakesava Temple in Somanathapura. This South India holiday package then takes you on a visit to Ooty Lake and Doddabetta Peak in Ooty. Another highlight of your holiday would be an outing to Sim?s Park and Dolphin?s Nose Point in Coonoor.
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  • Tour of Mysore Palace
  • Visit to Government Botanical Garden
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Ooty & Mysore with Bangalore (Online Only) | 5 Days 4 Nights

The panaromic view

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South India is home to lush hills as well as cultural hubs. Explore both these sides of the region with this customisable package. The venture begins with a sightseeing tour of Bangalore, covering Bull Temple, Vidhana Soudha and Mysore Arts & Crafts Centre. Your arrival in Mysore will be marked by a visit to Srirangapatna, formerly a royal city. During your time in the city, walk through Brindavan Gardens, and see the opulent architecture of Mysore Palace. Further, you enjoy a scenic drive through the Western Ghats to reach the hill town of Ooty. Already included in this South India getaway package is a visit to Doddabetta Peak and Government Botanical Garden. You will also head to Dolphin?s Nose Point and Sim?s Park in Coonoor.
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  • Tour of Lal Bagh
  • Excursion to Chennakesava Temple in Somanathapura
  • Visit to Ooty Lake
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A Journey to Bangalore Mysore & Ooty (Online Only) | 5 Days 4 Nights

The beautiful Bangalore

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Want to see loads of cultural and historical sites and also relax in the lap of nature? Then pick this package as it takes you to two buzzing cities and then the hills. A visit to Bull Temple, Commercial Street and Lal Bagh in Bangalore marks the beginning of your venture. You then move to Mysore with an en route stop in Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan’s capital, Srirangapatna. While in the city, you get a chance to explore the famous Mysore Palace and stroll through Brindavan Gardens. This customisable South India vacation package then takes you to Ooty for a visit to Government Botanical Garden and Doddabetta Peak. Also, go on an excursion to Coonoor, covering Dolphin’s Nose Point and Sim’s Park.
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  • Visit to Vidhana Soudha
  • Outing to Ooty Lake
  • Tour of Chennakesava Temple in Somanathapura
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A Vacation to South | 6 Days 5 Nights

Looking back in time

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A Beautiful Journey to South | 5 Days 4 Nights

Sit back and relax

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A Holiday to Bangalore Mysore & Coorg (Online Only) | 5 Days 4 Nights

A place called home

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Gems of South ( Honeymoon Special ) | 6 Days 5 Nights

Brindavan Garden, Mysore

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Stunning South (Online Only) | 4 Days 3 Nights

Brindavan Garden, Mysore

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4 Nghts holiday to Mysore and Coorg (Online Only) | 5 Days 4 Nights

Mysore

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Popular Packages

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Amazing South from Bangalore (Online Only)4 D/3 N5 starRs. 22831Check Price
A Trip to Ooty and Mysore from Bangalore4 D/3 N5 starRs. 22831Check Price
Amazing South from Bangalore (Online Only)4 D/3 N5 starRs. 22864Check Price
A Short break to Mysore (Online Only)3 D/2 N5 starRs. 17555Check Price
A 3 Nights holiday to South4 D/3 N5 starRs. 25727Check Price

Things to Do in Mysore

  • Kabini Dam

    Kabini Dam is a remarkable engineering marvel built on the Kabini River in Mysore. This massive structure rises up to an altitude of about 2284 feet and has a storage capacity of 19.52 thousand million cubic feet. It is among those few dams in the state of Karnataka where the water level is always adequate. On one side, you can see water pouring out profusely while making a gurgling noise and on the other, you get to witness placid water of the river. The dam is surrounded by forest and hills, which add to its overall appeal.

  • Halebidu Temple

    Halebidu or Halebeedu is an excursion site that is noted for its temples built in Hoysala style of architecture. Hoysaleswara Temple and Kedareshwara Temple are the most famous ones. During the 12th century, Halebidu was recognised as the regal capital of the Hoysala kingdom. The beautiful frescoes on the walls of these shrines depict sequences from Ramayana, Mahabharata and Bhagavad Gita. Such is the magnificence of these temples that they have been acclaimed as 'the marvels of Hindu architecture' by art critics Percy Brown and James Fergusson.

    Hoysaleswara Temple, based in the Halebidu temple complex, is one of South India's largest shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva. It was built in the 12th century and has been named after the Hoysala ruler, Vishnuvardhana Hoysaleswara. The temple interiors are simple and plain, while walls on the exteriors boast of varied projections and recesses. It is basically a Dvikuta, meaning a temple with two gopura or vimana one dedicated to Hoysaleswara (the king) and the other to Shantaleswara (the queen of Vishnuvardhana).

    The temple stands on a platform and has four entrances – northern, southern and two in the eastern direction. At the northern entrance, one can see intricate carvings of the Dwarapalakas of Lord Shiva, holding weapons and images of mystical animals symbolising peacock, elephant, lion, pig and crocodile. The beautiful images of Lord Ganesha carved on the left side of the southern doorway and on the right hand side of the northern entrance are quite appealing. Charging elephants (symbolising strength and stability), lions (which represents courage), horses (indicating speed) and floral scrolls add to the overall beauty of this shrine.

    Kedareshwara Temple, on the other hand, It was built by the mighty Hoysala ruler, Veera Ballala II and his queen Ketaladevi during 1173-1220. The presiding deity of the temple is Ishwara or Lord Shiva. Soapstone was used in the construction of this temple. It comprises of three shrines, amongst which only the central shrine features a tower. Few noteworthy sculptures are Govardhana (Lord Krishna lifting a mountain), dancing Bhairava (a form of Lord Shiva), Varadaraja (Lord Vishnu) and a hunter.

    Within the complex, there is also a museum that has on display a fine collection of Hoysala art and scriptures that belonged to the bygone era.

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How to Reach Mysore

By Air

The nearest major airport to Mysore is the new Bangalore International Airport, which is about 170 kilometres away. Bangalore itself is very well-connected to all major cities in India. It takes about three hours by road to reach Mysore from Bangalore. You can take a KSRTC bus, a train or a taxi from Bangalore.


By Bus

You can also take the bus from Kempegowda Bus Station in Majestic (near the Bangalore City Railway Station) to Mysore. There are several options of state transport buses as well as private tour operators. Tickets are easily available at the bus station ticket counters.


By Train

Mysore is very well connected by rail throughout the region and the railway station is just about 2 kilometres from the city centre. You will find many express trains between Bangalore and Mysore that cover the distance between the two cities in about three hours. Bangalore itself is very well-connected to most other cities in India. Some of the trains plying between the two nodes include Tippu Express, Chamundi Express, Kaveri Express and Mysore Express.

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Best Time to Visit Mysore

The nearest major airport to Mysore is the new Bangalore International Airport, which is about 170 kilometres away. Bangalore itself is very well-connected to all major cities in India. It takes about three hours by road to reach Mysore from Bangalore. You can take a KSRTC bus, a train or a taxi from Bangalore.

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