Road transport from Bangalore - AC Vehicle - Indica
Hotel options available in the package
Hotel and Room
Coffee Acres Plantation Resort
Sightseeing and Transfers
Other inclusions available in the package
Transfers and sightseeing as per the itinerary using an air-conditioned Indica. A/c will work only in the plains and not in the hills
Presently applicable drivers allowance, parking charges and toll for the vehicle
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* Prices mentioned are for per person on twin sharing basis (minimum 2 people staying together)
Day Wise Itinerary
Kodagu is Kodagu also known as Coorg, is home to the native speakers of Kodava language. The native Kodavas who now form only one-fifth of the total population of Kodagu as most of them have moved to the cities, like Bangalore and Mysore, and even abroad, to countries like North America, are however still the largest group in Kodagu.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 01 : Drive Bangalore To Coorg (260 Kms Around 6 Hrs)
Arrive Bangalore, meet our representative and transfer to Coorg a Journey of 260 Km stretch around 6 Hrs. After a refresh Visit Golden Temple, Dubara Elephant Training Centre, a Relaxing Dinner and Night Halt.
Nisargadhama is a 25 acre island formed by river Kaveri with bamboos, teak, sandalwood trees streams and wild life covering it. At Nisargadhama one can find deer, elephants...
Kushalnagar, Kodagu, Madikeri, KA 571232
Day 03 : Drive Coorg To Wayanad. (115 Kms Around 3 Hrs)
This morning after a warm breakfast, Check out hotel and you will proceed to Wayanad our next destination in God’s own Country Kerala
Travel from Coorg to Wayanad
Day 04 : In Waynad
This morning after a leisurely breakfast,. Visit Heritage Mueseum, Muttanga, Wildlife Sanctuary (The forests team with wildlife and it seldom fail to cast a spell on the visitor. One can more often than not see the gentle giant of the wild, the Asian Tucker, the true king of the Wayanad forest, the Tiger, leopard, bear, bonnet monkeys, mongooses, jungle
cats, squirrels, peacocks, hornbills and the like.