Bangalore Mysore Ooty & Kodaikanal 7 Nights Package - Budget

1N Bangalore , 1N Mysore , 2N Ooty and 3N Kodaikanal
8 days


US$ 276

per person

About the tour

Udhagamandalam or Udhagai or popularly known as Ooty is a beautiful and popular hill station located in Nilgiri Hills. Bengaluru (also known as Bangalore) is located on the Deccan Plateau and is the third largest metro city of Indian state. Mysore is located at the base of Chamundi Hills and is the third largest city of Karnataka.


Nandhana Comforts or Similar

1 night(s) in Bangalore

Room Type: Standard Room
Meals Included: None

OYO 1916 Hotel Suhashini Palace or Similar

1 night(s) in Mysore

Room Type: Standard Non - Air Conditioning
Meals Included: None

Vinayaga Inn by Poppys Ooty or Similar

2 night(s) in Ooty

Room Type: Standard Room
Meals Included: None

Apple Valley or Similar

3 night(s) in Kodaikanal

Room Type: Apple Honeymoon Suite Room
Meals Included: None

Included in the price


  • Sightseeing and transfers as per itinerary


  • Sightseeing and transfers as per itinerary


  • Sightseeing and transfers as per itinerary


  • Sightseeing and transfers as per itinerary

Day-wise Itinerary


Day 1: Arrival In Bangalore

Upon your arrival at Bangalore Airport/Railway Station, meet our representative who shall assist you with transfers. Check in to your hotel and get comfortable. Overnight stay in Bangalore.

Day 2: Transfer From Bangalore To Mysore Via Srirangapatna

  • Post breakfast check out from the hotel and drive to Mysore (150Kms/3.5Hrs), popularly known as "The City of Palaces".
  • En route visit Srirangapatna located 18 km from Mysore. Srirangapatna is a small island formed by the river Cauvery and its tributaries. It was once the capital of the Mysore state under the legendary king Tipu Sultan and since then famous for its religious, cultural and historic importance. Prime attractions are Sri Ranganatha Swamy Temple, Daria Daulat (Palace of Tipu Sultan) and Gumbaz (Mausoleum of Tipu Sultan).
  • Sri Ranganatha Swamy Temple: A mesmerizing example of Hoysala and Vijayanagar architectural style, this temple was first built in 894 AD. It is one of the most important Vaishnavite shrines in South India.This temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. This idol is supposed to be the biggest statue of Vishnu in the reclining form (Adidesha) in Karnataka.
  • Tipu's Summer Palace: Also known as Daria Daulat Bagh. Tipu Sultan built this palace in 1784 and ruled Mysore from here for a short time after his father Hyder Ali wrested power from the Wodeyars in the middle of the 18th century. The palace is built in the Indo-Sarcenic style and in mostly made of teakwood. Its surrounded by a lush gardens on the southern bank of the river. The Daria Daulat Bagh palace is now converted in a museum and houses sketches, drawings, paintings along with block prints and Tipu's clothes.
  • Srirangapatna Fort: Known for its historical significance and architectural brilliance, this fort was originally built in 1454 AD. This Fort has four main entrances and has a double wall defence system, which is what makes it one of the toughest forts.
  • Gumbuz: Gumbaz is the Mausoleum of Tipu Sultan, his father Hider Ali and mother Fakr-Un-Nisa. Built in Persian style of architecture, Surrounded by beautiful garden named as Lalbagh, the imposing structure of Gumbaz is seen in the middle on an elevated platform.
  • On arrival at Mysore check in to your hotel and relax. In the evening visit Krishna Raja Sagara Dam built over the River Cauvery near to the conjunction of three rivers namely, Cauvery, Hemavathi & Lakshmana Thirtha. Get mesmerised by colorful & stunning Brindavan Gardens known for its symmetric design and illuminated terrace gardens. The main attraction at the Brindavan Gardens is the beautiful array of musical fountains. Coupled with laser lights, these fountains are synchronised to music and go live at the time when the garden is lit up.
  • Mysore is also a shopping destination. Explore shopping at the local market. Take home Mysore silk saris, Mysore sandalwood artefacts & handicrafts, incense sticks, coffee, wooden toys and traditional Mysore paintings called Ganjifa paintings.
  • Return back to hotel. Overnight stay at Mysore hotel.

Day 3: Half Day Mysore Sightseeing - Transfer From Mysore To Ooty

  • Post breakfast check out from your hotel and proceed for half day local sightseeing at Mysore.
  • Visit the famous Chamundi Hills, 3489ft above the sea levels and highest peak of Mysore housing the Chamundeshwari Temple, known for its amazing architecture and spiritual essence. Get a bird's view of entire Mysore city from the top of these hills. Visit Big Bull - about 16 feet in height and 24 feet long, this Nandi atop the Chamundi Hills is the third largest in India, carved in granite, black because of regular anointing with oil and other sacred waters.
  • Visit the beautiful Gothic architecture of St. Philomena’s Church. The twin towers of the church stand majestically at 175 feet, the design resembles St. Patrick’s cathedral at New York and Cologne Cathedral.
  • Later proceed to Ooty (150Kms/ 4Hrs), famous hill station of Tamil Nadu. Drive pass Bandipur National Park & the Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary. On arrival visit Ooty Lake. Enjoy boating & horse riding. Return to hotel in evening. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 4: Full Day Ooty Local Sightseeing

  • Post breakfast get assistance and proceed for full day local sightseeing tour at Ooty covering Doddabetta Peak, Tea Museum, Botanical Garden, Rose Garden & Ooty Lake.
  • Doddabetta Peak - one of the highest mountains in the Nilgiris surrounded by a reserved forest and lush greenery. Get a bird’s eye view of Ooty from the peak. Visit the telescope house to get a good view of the surrounding valleys and hills including the “Chamundi Hills”.
  • Visit Tea Museum and learn about the origin of different kinds of tea leaves. Appreciate the method of tea processing by CTC (Cut, Twist and Curl) machines and buy specially crafted tea souvenirs. Proceed to Tea Estate View Point snap photographs and make it as a memorable moment in your lifetime.
  • Post lunch proceed to Botanical Garden - a vast expanse of lawn like a golf course, going steeply uphill with variety of trees and shrubs as well as some conservatories with exotic ferns and flowering plants. Highlight of this park is the fossilized tree belonging to the pre-historic era, kept as natural exhibit. According to carbon dating findings, it is about 20 million-year-old.
  • Rose Garden- the largest rose garden in India which dispalys more than 20,000 varieties of roses collected from different parts of the world. Unusual colors of black and green roses are also found. Get a spectacular view of the entire Ooty from Rose Garden.
  • Visit the Shooting Point - featuring picturesque scenery often used by filmmakers and photographers. Climb a steep hill to reach the main viewpoint offering vistas of rolling green hills and tall trees. You can explore the surrounding are by foot or on horseback.
  • In the evening proceed to Ooty Lake - an artificial Lake & one of the famous tourist spots in Ooty. Enjoy boating, cycling, photography, mini toy train ride etc (on direct payment basis). Indulge in shopping around Ooty lake for chocolates, shawls, eucalyptus oil etc. Later proceed to hotel and relax. Overnight stay at Ooty hotel.

Day 5: Transfer From Ooty To Kodaikanal

After breakfast checkout from the hotel & proceed to Kodaikanal (250Kms/7Hrs), one of the most popular, serene and beautiful hill stations of Tamilnadu. On arrival check in to your hotel and relax. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 6: Half Day Sightseeing In Kodaikanal

  • Post breakfast proceed for half day sight seeing at Kodaikanal covering Coakers Walk, Bryant's Park, Pillar’s Rocks & Kodai Lake.
  • Pillar Rocks are three vertical granite boulders, standing shoulder to shoulder amidst untouched packets of dense rainforest. Unique and visually stunning, these rocky pillars measure approximately 400 ft in height from the ground level. The surrounding forests, garden and spectacular cloud formations serve as ideal backdrops for perfect pictures.
  • Coaker's Walk which is a 1 kilometer paved pedestrian path running in parallel to the Club Road along the edge of steep slopes on the southern side of Kodai. On a clear day one can view fantastic places of interest such as Dolphin's Nose in South, Valley of the Pambar river in South East, Bird's eye view of Periyakulam.
  • Bryant's Park is a sprawling botanical garden bejewelled with various species of plants and shrubs. One section of the park is dedicated to an exotic rose garden that prides itself on the unique and rare species grown there. There is also a greenhouse where plants from all around the world thrive.
  • Visit Kodai Lake, the man-made star shaped lake, which spreads out over sixty acres. Boating is a perfect recreational activity that you can engage in at Kodaikanal Lake. You can choose from various available options, Rowing boats, Pedalling boats etc. Cycling as well as Horse riding are also available on direct payment basis for a lively and energetic experience of the valleys.
  • Return back to hotel. Have a comfortable dinner & overnight stay at Kodaikanal hotel.

Day 7: Full Day Sightseeing Tour - Best Of Kodaikanal

  • After Breakfast proceed for full day sight seeing. Visit Pillar’s Rocks, Guna Caves, Pine Forests & Moir Point. Spend your day admiring the unique beauty and serene atmosphere of Kodaikanal.
  • Pine Forests are famous shooting point in Kodaikanal. With its enchanting beauty of densely grown Pine trees forming a perfect background, this place is must visit for everyone. Spend a few relaxed moments amid the massive Pine trees, a fine example of nature’s charm. Go for long walks or horse riding and click photographs to capture these moments for lifetime.
  • Pillar Rocks are three vertical granite boulders, standing shoulder to shoulder amidst untouched packets of dense rainforest. Unique and visually stunning, these rocky pillars measure approximately 400 ft in height from the ground level. The surrounding forests, garden and spectacular cloud formations serve as ideal backdrops for perfect pictures.
  • Between these pillars rocks there is a dark chamber called the 'Devil's Kitchen", popularly known as the Guna Caves. It is one of the most interesting, yet dangerous, attractions of Kodaikanal. There are unusual rock formations, deep chambers between the rocks and even deeper falls from erosion of soil from cliffs. It's an ideal place for nature and wildlife photography for the animals and birds that can be spotted.
  • Moir Point is one of the most popular view points present in Kodaikanal. This calm and serene place offers spectacular views of surrounding valleys.
  • Post lunch visit Shenbaganur Museum (closed on Thursdays), founded in 1895. This museum presents excellent opportunity to have a close look at various artefacts of ancient Paliyans tribes, and an exceptional collection of more than 300 exotic orchid species. The main highlight of the museum is its incredible taxidermy collection that includes over 500 species of animals, birds and insects.
  • Kurinji Andavar Temple is devoted to the Hindu deity “Lord Murugan”. This temple features unique Kurinji flowers which blossoms once in twelve years. Tourists can witness scenic views of Palani hill and Vaigai dam from the temple.
  • Evening free for own activity. Shop for various medicinal oils like Citronella oil, neem oil, pain balms, and winter green oil at affordable rates. Kodaikanal is also popular for organic stuff like home-made cheese, wild honey, herbal tea and home-made chocolates.
  • Return to hotel and relax. Overnight stay at Kodaikanal.
  • Shenbaganur Museum Timings: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM. Remains closed on Thursdays

Day 8: Transfer From Kodaikanal To Coimbatore - Departure From Coimbatore

After breakfast check out from the hotel and proceed towards Combatore airport / Railway station Hrs for your onward journey.

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