This south India tour from Karnataka to Kerala is an ideal paradise experience the most beautiful landscapes, Boat trips, walking,Fauna and flora, Smell the fragrances of peppery spices, the spray of the sea relaxation, of luxuriant nature channels fringed with coconut palms
Arrive Bangalore you are met and greet by our representative transferred to the Hotel. Afternoon visit to Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens, the Mysore Arts and Crafts Center, Tipu Sultan ’s palace and Bull temple – one of the oldest temple built in 16th century and the colorful and bustling markets Overnight stay
After breakfast drive to Mysore upon arrival, check-in at the hotel. Mysore is a beautiful city of stately palaces residence of the Wodeyars dynasty, gardens, parks and museums. Today your tour of Mysore visits includes to City Palace it is one of the largest and majestic palaces of this type in India. Built in 1912, this Indo-Saracen palace has, among other things, a sculpted silver door, a solid gold throne and a gallery of delicate paintings. Chamundi Hill, and the colorful and aromatic spice markets. At Chamundi Hill, you will find Nandi, a monolithic image of Shiva's Bull, which is always garlanded with flowers and held in high esteem by Hindus. Your afternoon is at leisure
Visit the Sri Jayachamararajendra gallery, a former palace transformed into a gallery of paintings from the 1870s.Overnight at hotel
After breakfast drive to Somnathpur 35 kms east is famous for its 13th century Hoysala Temple. The Temple is in excellent condition, has frescoed exteriors depicting episodes from the epics,Our drive continued to the ruins of Srirangapatnam(closed on Friday), capital of Tipu Sultan in the eighteenth century. In the afternoon, visit the extravagant maharaja palace and stroll through the flower and vegetable market. Overnight stay in Mysore
After breakfast dive to Kabini. Arrive Kabini in the noon and visit Nagarhole National Park, with plenty of opportunities for wildlife viewing. This 643 sq. km wildlife sanctuary is in an isolated pocket of the Coorg region.
Drive to the Kabini reservoir adjacent to Nagarhole National Park. A small motor boat ride on the tranquil waters of the Kabini River, an opportunity to observe a wide variety of fauna and wildlife, many birds and perhaps large mammals coming to drink (elephants, bison, deer.Overnight stay in Kabini
Early in the morning, a jeep safari with a naturalist guide to the park's fauna: tigers, elephants, gaurs (Indian bison), leopards, deer and a wide variety of birds. In the warm hours, enjoy your pool or Jacuzzi, or a massage at the Ayurvedic Care Center. Other unusual activities are on site: elephant ride or bamboo raft (to be paid on site).Overnight stay in Kabini
After breakfast drive to Coorg 1525m above sea level lies altitude in a breathtaking setting It is the ideal starting point for beautiful walks. Coorgis in the heart of coffee and spiceplantations. Overnight stay in coorg
After breakfast excursion to the elephant breeding center of Dubare to attend and participate in various activities: grooming of elephants, distribution of meals and demonstration of training orders. Walk in the plantations.Overnight stay in coorg.
After breakfast drive to Kasaragod. En route stop at Fort Bekal built in 1650 is the largest fort in Kerala, situated at Bekal village in Kasaragod district. Later our drive continued to Kasaragod and stay in your cottage on the beach, at the crossroads of the Arabian Sea and backwaters. This is an idyllic retreat to recharge your batteries and savor the art of living of Kerala, its Ayurvedic massages, its tasty cuisine, its welcoming villages.Overnight stay in Kasaragod
Today you can do some activities in one of the hotels: yoga, massages, bike rental to visit to the fishing villages along the coast or coconut palms, visits to temples, hiking.
The Nileshwar Hermitage Hotel now has a house boat for a romantic backwaters ride.You can also just contemplate this beautiful seaside and take long walks in the waves.Overnight stay in Kasaragod
After breakfast drive to the small town of Tellichery located by the sea, A walk in its spice market where wholesalers offer at unbeatable prices the most fragrant scents of the Orient. You will stay in a charming six-bedroom colonial mansion facing the Arabian Sea. You can enjoy the renowned kitchen of the owner (hotel closed from May to August). Visit of a factory of the famous cigarettes"beedis", and of a workshop of weaving. In the evening, you attend a temple at the typical ritual dance of Kerala, Theyyam (organized between November and February).
After breakfast drive to Calicut en route visit to Mahe, former French trading post from 1721 to 1954, where the pepper and spice trade flourished. Visit to the church of Santa Theresa and stroll in the fish market. Our drive Continue to Calicut, now called Kozhikode. Visit the Museum Art Gallery which presents the works of one of the most famous Indian painters, Raja Ravi Varma. See the overview of the exterior of the temple of Tali. Later transfer to the airport for your return flight onward destination. Specify your flight
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