A perfect weekend getaway with exciting experiences is to choose a short trip to Mysore, the iconic destination of the South Indian state Karnataka. You can explore the splendour of Mysore visiting the most prominent locations like Mysore Palace, Brindavan Gardens and Chamundeeswari temple
2 Nights 3 Days
Day 1 : Bangalore - Mysore
Once you arrive at Bangalore,our representative from South Tourism will receive and assist for your onward journey to Mysuru, the erstwhile capital of Deccan Kings.On your way to Mysuru, stop at Srirengapatna to visit Renganathaswamy temple,Srirangapatna is also called Adhi Renga Kshetram, correlating to the origin of River Cauvery in this region. After vsiiting Srirengapatna temple, visit the fort,palace and palace owned by the Veteran King Tippu Sultan and proceed to Mysuru. After checking in and relaxing a while in the hotel, visit the popular Brindavan Garden attracting large number of tourists round the year. Overnight stay at Mysuru.
Day 2 : Mysore
This day is for Mysuru sightseeing. Post breakfast, start your day with a visit to Chamundeeswari temple, the most revered sacred centre of Karnataka. Marvel the architectural grandeur of Mysore palace, the icon of Karnataka and the official residence of the King of Deccans. Also visit the Zoo and Sand Sculpture museum. Rest of the day is at your leisure. Overnight stay in Myspre.
Day 3 : Mysore - Bangalore
Post breakfast our South tourism executive will accompany you to the airport according to your scheduled flight timing. Fly safe as you take back the most memorable memories with you.
Package Features :
- Accommodations in the mentioned hotels
- Breakfast will be provided in the restaurants of the respective hotels
- Transportation throughout your trip with A1 comfort in Air conditioned Etios/ Dzire.
- All tolls, state permit, diesel, parking, and vehicle rent and applicable taxes.
Package Excludes :
- Entrance fee at the sightseeing.
- Lunch & Dinner at any destination.
- Flight/ Train/Bus Fare.
- Other personal expenses.
- Any additional activities