6 Nights 7 Days Coorg - Wayanad - Ooty Tour Package
6 Nights / 7 Days
Destination Covered : Coorg, Wayanad, Ooty, Trekking, Botanical Garden, Nilgiri Hills, Pookot Lake, Ooty Lake
Attractions : Trekking, Botanical Garden, Nilgiri Hills, Pookot Lake, Ooty Lake
Coorg, Wayanad and Ooty Tour Itinerary
Our driver will welcome you at Bangalore drive to Coorg - the Scotland of India nestled in the Western Ghats. On the way to Coorg, visit Bylukuppe Tibettian Settlement (Golden Temple), largest Tibetan settlement holds a several monasteries of all major Vajrayana (Indo-Tibetan Buddhist) lineages and then proceed to Kaveri Nisargadhama, a wonderful picnic spot situated on the banks of River Kaveri. On arrival at Coorg, check in to the hotel and overnight stay at hotel.
Morning breakfast and proceed for the sightseeing for full day covering Talacauveri - located in the picturesque location of Brahmagiri hills. Talacauvery is the origin of River Kaveri, a beautiful Talacauvery Temple built around it, and then visit to Bhagamandala. Bhagamandala is famous for the confluence of the three sacred rivers Kaveri, Sujyothi and Kanike. Visit to the temple dedicated to Bhagandeshwara (Lord Shiva). After lunch, visit to Abbey Falls, one of the picturesque waterfalls of Karnataka situated amidst beautiful coffee estate. Then visit to Omkareshwara Temple - a temple having both Islamic and Gothic style of architecture. Evening visit to Raja Seat - a seasonal garden of flowers and artificial fountains. Return to the hotel and overnight stay at hotel.
In the morning, after breakfast, checkout the hotel and proceed to Dubare Elephant Camp, a forest camp on the banks of the River Kaveri where bathing and feeding the elephants are done. Then drive to Wayanad known for its enchanting scenery, Wayanad is one of the most mesmerising tourist destinations in Kerala. on arrival at Wayanad, check in to the hotel and overnight stay at Hotel.
Morning after breakfast, full day sightseeing at Wayanad. Proceed to visit Pookot Lake - this perennial fresh water lake, nestled among wooded hills, is the only one of its kind in Kerala. Then visit to Lakkidi – the gateway to Wayanad, is situated 700m above the sea level, lofty peaks, gurgling streams and luxuriant forests. Chain Tree, a chain still hangs from a Banyan tree to mark the spot where a British Colonialist murdered an Adivasi tribesman and visit to Sujippara Waterfalls, a thundering three-tiered waterfall. This place is also famous for rock climbing. Evening, return to the hotel and overnight stay at hotel.
In the morning, after breakfast, checkout the hotel and visit to Edakkal Caves – consist of two caves located at a height of 1000m. The caves can be accessed only by a 1 km trekking trail from Edakkal. Then drive to Ooty, - the Queen of Hill stations nestled in the Nilgiri range and popularly known as Ooty, A Britisher Mr. John Sullivan discovered Ooty in 1821; the sheer grandeur of this romantic city is enough to drain anyone out. Enroute, visit Pyakara Waterfalls, 6th & 9th Mile Shooting spots. On arrival at Ooty, check in to the hotel and overnight stay at Hotel.
Morning, after breakfast, full day free for sightseeing at Ooty and Coonoor. First of all visit to Coonoor (by toy train - optional) known for its tea estates in the surrounding Nilgiri hills. On arrival at Coonoor, visit Sims's Park a sprawling public garden with plants like rhododendrons, roses and eucalyptus trees. Then visit the Tea Gardens at Coonoor. Then drive back to Ooty and on arrival Visit Doddabetta, a highest point in Ooty, then visit Botanical Gardens, Rose Garden, Ooty Lake. Evening return to hotel and overnight stay at hotel.
In the morning, after breakfast, check out the hotel and drive to Coimbatore / Bangalore. On arrival at Coimbatore / Bangalore, you will be transferred to the Airport or Railway Station. Trip ends with the delightful memories of Coorg - Wayanad - Ooty Tour Travel Package with South Indian Holidays
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