Golden Triangle of South

Duration :04 Nights / 05 Days
Destinations Covered :Bangalore - Mysore - Ooty - Bangalore

Day 1 : Bangalore
Vidhan Saudha, BangaloreArrival in Bangalore where our representative will assist you and transfer to hotel.
Later in afternoon, visit The Garden City

Vidhana Soudha - It was built by K.Hanumantaiah which is a granite structure built in Neo Dravidian style of architecture and is one of India's most magnificent buildings. Presently, the building houses the state Secretariat, Legislature and other state Government offices.

Lal Bagh - The garden was laid during18th century by Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan. The Bi-annual flower show at Lal bagh brings in entrants as well as visitor's from all over the world. It has also a magnificent Glass house built in 1840 on the lines of London's Crystal Palace.
Tipu's Palace - It is located in the heart of the city and adjustent to fort Venkateshwara temple. Supposed to be built by Tipu Sultan. Attracts people from all over the world. This palace is purely a wooden structure.

Bull Temple - Built by Kempe Gowda in a typical Dravidian style. It has mammoth, monolithic Bull 15 feet high and 20 feet long. There is a mystery related to this temple, even to this day people celebrate "Kadalekayi Parishe" every year.

Cubbon Park - It was planned in 1864 by Sir Richard Sankey, the then chief Engineer of Mysore. In the Cubbon Park there is Attara kacheri, The Central Library, The Aquarium, The Jawahar Bal Bhavan with its Mini Theater and Toy train, The Musuem.
Other places to visit are Venkatappa Art Gallery, The Bangalore Palace, Ulsoor Lake, Chinaswamy Stadium.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 2 : Bangalore-Mysore
After breakfast drive to Mysore, later visit
Maharaja's Palace - This palace occupies a prestigious place among the tourist attractions of Mysore,. The magnificent structure was designed by an English Architect

The Jaganmohan Palace - It features stained glass shutters and ventilators and also has a lovely garden setting that has now been transformed to an art gallery. Some of things this museum has on display are paintings, sculptures and musical instruments. Chamundi Hills - Mysore is located at the foothills of Chamundi Hills. On top of the hills there is Chamundeshwari temple that serves as a famous landmark. St. Philomena's Church - This church is a lure for the religious traveler and is a must watch among the tourist attractions of Mysore.
Mysore Zoo- This is a magnificent zoo which was established in the year 1892, and houses a diverse collection of animals, including magnificent species kept in natural surroundings.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 3 : Mysore - Ooty
Ooty Railway Station, OotyAfter breakfast, drive to Ooty- Queen of Hill Stations. Later visit
Botanical Garden - The garden is very popular with nature lovers and those who long to walk among greenery and see rare ferns and shrubs up close.
Ooty Lake - Famous for boating on the lake or enjoy their favorite outdoor activity of fishing.
Dodabetta Park- It is the highest point in the district, making it possibly the best vantage point around Ooty.
Lamb’s Rock - another vantage point that is ideal for taking pictures and is a wonderful picnic spot.
Overnight at hotel.
Day 4 : Ooty Day free for leisure, in and around Ooty to visit Film shooting points & other points of interest or shopping. Overnight at hotel. Day 5 : Ooty - Bangalore After breakfast, drive back to Bangalore to continue your journey towards onwards destination.

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