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DAY 01: Bangalore

Bull TempleMeet on arrival and transfer to hotel. Depending on the arrival time, half-day sight seeing, visit to cover Lalbagh - 240 acres of beautifully sculpted gardens, flowers abound, rare collection of tropical and sub-tropical plants. GlassHouse (built on the lines of London's Crystal Palace) covers 18000sq feet. Vidhana Soudha -built in 1954 in granite, this massive building houses the state Legislature and the Secretariat, Cubbon Park, Bull Temple -Dravidian-style temple, has a huge monolithic Bull is the vahana of Lord Shiva. Overnight.

DAY 02: Bangalore

Iscon TempleMorning breakfast and full day sightseeing, visit to Iskcon temple - built in an architectural style, the Krishna Temple is a blend of Modern technology and spiritual harmony, Venkatappa Art Gallery - houses the paintings and art materials of the eminent artists, Government Museum - Acclaimed as one of the oldest museums in the country, Tippu's Palace - Built in 1791, Tippu Sultan's summer retreat is a two-storied ornate wooden structure with fluted pillars, cusped arches and balconies. Later in the evening visit Indira Gandhi Musical Fountain - View the colourful swirling fountains dancing in tune to music, free for shopping at night. Dinner and overnight

DAY 03: Bangalore / Mysore (140 Kms / 03 Hrs)

Sriranganatha TempleMorning breakfast, checkout and proceed to Mysore, enroute visit Srirangapatna - Island fortress of Tippu Sultan, the legendary Tiger of Mysore who put up a valiant fight against British domination. Visit Tippu's summer Palace, Mosque, and Sriranganatha Temple. On arrival transfer to Hotel. Evening free.

DAY 04: Mysore

Sri Jayachamarajendra Art GalleryMorning breakfast, and full day sight seeing, visit to Maharaja Palace -built in 1911-12 by Wodeyar Rulers, the palace is a splendid structure in the Indo-Saracenic Style, among its many attractions are a magnificent gold throne displayed during the Dasara celebrations. It is an entirely modern structure continuing the Hindu and saracenic styles of Architecture, Mysore Zoo - Established with royal patronage in the 19 th century, the zoo's collection of fauna includes rare and exotic species housed in lush green environs, St. Philomena's Church -this imposing Gothic structure with beautiful stained glass windows and lofty towers is a must see, Sri Jayachamarajendra Art Gallery - the art gallery in the Jaganmohan Palace houses an excellent collection of ceramics, sandalwood, ivory, stone, antique furniture and ancient musical instruments, Chamundi Hills - perched a top a hill 13 km outside Mysore City is the temple of Chamundeshwari, the patron d deity of the wodeyars. The 4.8m tall monolith of Nandi and the gigantic Mahishasura statue are added attractions, visit to Mysore's famous Devaraja Market and later on in the evening visit to world famous Brindavan Garden - the Krishna Raja Sagar Dam after sundown, when musical fountains and colored lights transform this place into a magical fairyland. Overnight.

DAY 05: Mysore / Coorg (120 Kms /0 3 Hrs)

Cauvery NisarghadhamaMorning breakfast, checkout and proceed to Coorg, enroute visit famous Cauvery Nisarghadhama - island near Kushalnagar. Go for optional boating or Elephant ride (subject to availability), on arrival check in to a hotel, evening free and overnight.

DAY 06: Coorg / Madikeri

Raja SeatMorning breakfast and proceed for full day sight seeing covering Talakaveri - Set amidst the picturesque Brahmagiri hills is the source of Cauvery River, with the Talacauvery Temple built around it. On Tulasankramana day (October 17 th) every year thousands of pilgrims flock to the river's birthplace to witness the miraculous rise of the fountainhead, when water gushes up from the spring at a predetermined moment. Steps lead from the spring to the summit of the hill. Baghamandala, afternoon return to hotel, evening visit Onkareshwara Temple, Raja Seat . Overnight.

DAY 07: Coorg / Madikeri

Abbey FallsMorning breakfast; proceed for guided trekking in Coffee Plantation. Later on in the afternoon visit Abbey Falls - - tucked away between private coffee and spice estates, Abbey Falls offers a splendid backdrop for picnics. As you make your way past stocky coffee bushes and tall trees entwined with pepper vines, the falls make a sudden and dramatic appearance as they cascade their way down steps into limpid pools to join the river Cauvery. These falls are most impressive during the monsoons. Evening free.

DAY 08: Coorg / Hassan (110 Kms / 03 Hrs)

HalebidMorning breakfast, checkout and proceed to Hassan, on arrival check into hotel, lunch and later on visit Belur - On the banks of the Yagachi River in Belur, a star-shaped temple with hand lathe-turned filigreed pillars and sculptures will take your breath away. It is the only Hoysala temple still in active worship. The most marvelous specimens of Hoysala architecture found exclusively at Belur. Halebid - Just 17 kms away from Belur is Halebid, the ancient capital of the Hoysalas. The temple, perched on a star-shaped base amidst lawns, is a sculptural extravaganza. Its walls are richly carved with an endless variety of Hindu deities, sages, stylized animals, birds and friezes depicting the life of the Hoysala kings. The temple complex has a museum which houses the idols, statues, busts and sculptures excavated by the Archaeological Department from the ruins. Dinner and overnight.

DAY 09: Hassan / Bangalore (180 Kms / 04 Hrs)

Shravanbelagola Morning breakfast checkout and proceed to Bangalore, enroute visit famous Shravanabelagola - Jain's Pilgrimage Center on arrival proceed to airport or Railway station to board your flight or train. Tour Ends.

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