Kerala & Karnataka

Wayanad, Bekal, Coorg, Mysore, Bangalore
November - March
Culture, Family, Nature, Wildlife
10 Days


To make some special lifetime memories, pay a visit to the southern part of India. Travel to a land of absolute beauty and pleasure. Wayanad in Kerala is full of lush paddy fields that impart a perpetual emerald color to the landscape. Explore Bekal which has sun-kissed beaches, the regal forts, majestic hills, meandering rivers, and the rich cultural tradition. Immerse yourself in the cosmopolitan environment of Bangalore, rich culture of Mysore and tranquillity of Coorg.

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Suggested Itinerary

DAY 10

Day 1 : Calicut Arrival - Wayanad

Arrive at Calicut airport. Transfer to Wayanad and check in at the accommodation.

The mist – capped mountains, valleys with green meadows, white water springs, blue water lakes, and wild forests makes Wayanad in Kerala a perfect destination to explore. Visit Wayanad to relax and rejuvenate your mind, body, and soul.

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Accommodation in Wayanad

Day 2 : Wayanad

Today, spend your day exploring Wayanad

Wayanad, savor the scenic beauty of Wayanad by exploring the superb natural beauty and rich flora and fauna of the state. You may visit to the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, Sentinal Rock Waterfalls (Soochippara) a three-step waterfall, Wayanad Heritage Museum.

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Accommodation in Wayanad

Day 3 : Wayanad - Bekal

Today, drive to Bekal. On arrival check in at the hotel and enjoy the day at leisure.

A serene village in Kasaragod district, Bekal is a land with a storied past. Here the ancient forts and golden beaches whisper to the wind legends unknown to mankind. The sun-kissed beaches, the regal forts, majestic hills, meandering rivers and the rich cultural tradition of this land all pale in comparison to the ancient stories it has to share.

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Accommodation in Bekal

Day 4 : Bekal

Today, spend your day exploring Bekal

Visit Chandragiri Fort, Ananthpura Lake temple, Malik Deena Masjid Nityanandasramam. You can also visit the 300-year-old Bekal Fort which is one of the largest and best-preserved forts in Kerala. This imposing circular structure of laterite rises 130 ft. above sea level and stands on a 35-acre headland that runs into the Arabian Sea. The Fort appears to have been built up from the sea since almost three-fourths of its exterior is drenched and the waves continually stroke the citadel.

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Accommodation in Bekal

Day 5 : Bekal - Coorg

Today, drive to Coorg. On arrival check in at hotel.

Coorg or Kodagu (originally called Kodaimalenadu) means 'dense forest on steep hill'. Dubbed as the Scotland of India, this town has a lot to offer to the tourist. Misty hills, lush forest, acres and acres of tea and coffee plantation, orange groves, undulating streets, and breathtaking views are what make Madikeri an unforgettable holiday destination. Coorg is on the Western Ghats. Set amidst verdant valleys, imposing mountains and teak wood forests, this is one of the most beautiful hill stations you can visit.

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Accommodation in Coorg

Day 6 : Coorg

Today spend your day exploring Coorg.

Visit Bylakuppe which is the second largest Tibetan settlement outside Tibet. The area is dotted with monasteries, out of which Great Gompa of Sera Je and Sera Mey are the most significant. Next visit, Dubare Elephant Camp that has plenty of elephants which are trained under naturalists. The visitor can not only observe and learn but also participate in various activities involving the elephants including feed and bathing the mighty elephants. Next, visit Omkareshwara Temple which is a well-known temple in Coorg. With its immaculate architecture, that blends Gothic and Islamic style, this temple is believed to be dedicated to Lord Shiva. Next, visit Nishargadhama, a picnic island on river Cauvery. The hanging bridge at the entrance, deer enclosure and tree house are some of the favorite attractions for people of all ages. Lastly, visit Abbey Fall which is located amidst a valley in a coffee-cardamom plantation, 7 km from Madikeri. With water falling from a height of 70 ft, this is a famous waterfall and a much-visited picnic spot of Coorg.

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Accommodation in Coorg

Day 7 : Coorg - Mysore

Today, drive to Mysore. On arrival check in at hotel. Spend your day exploring Mysore.

In the afternoon, visit Mysore Palace which is one of the most magnificent buildings. Paintings and architectural beauty décor the hall. The palace is a fantabulous assemblage of Indo-Saracen architecture. The palace gives clean evidence that a royal structure existed during the period of Yaduraya and Krishnaraya when they came to Mysore in 1399 AD. Next, visit the Jaganmohan Palace & Art Gallery. This palace is a beautiful and ornamental building which was built by the Kings of Mysore. Before the main Mysore palace was built, the Jaganmohan palace was the house of the royal family. The palace is a witness to many cultural activities and conferences as it is located in the heart of the city. Lastly, visit Chamundeshwari Temple which is situated on a hill in the neighborhood of Mysore. Krishnaraja III during the latter part of the 18th century built this temple tower. He gifted the Nakshatramalika jewel which has Sanskrit poesies engraved on it. The temple is adorned with various epitomes of Nandi. It also has a seven-floor ‘gopuram’. The idol of the Goddess is made of gold and the entrance with shining silver.

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Accommodation in Mysore

Day 8 : Mysore – Bangalore

Today, drive to Bangalore.

En-route visit Srirangapatna Fort, also called as Tipu’s palace is one of the most popular monuments in India. Srirangapatna was the capital of the Mysore state, while Tipu Sultan was ruling Mysore. After the death of Tipu Sultan in 1799 the British shifted the capital back to Mysore. The town, temples, mosque and other historical monuments are surrounded by a strong stone fort with four gates

Continue to Bangalore and on arrival check in at hotel

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Accommodation in Bangalore

Day 9 : Bangalore

Today, spend your day exploring Bangalore.

Visit Bangalore Palace which was built-in 1887 by Chamaraja Wodeyar depicting the Tudor-style. The palace is complete with Gothic windows, battlements, and turrets. Next, visit Tippu Palace which is now converted to a museum. The Palace was one of Tipu Sultan's summer retirements. It is a double storied flowery wooden structure. Next, visit Lalbagh which is one of India’s most beautiful botanical gardens. The garden has about 1000 species of rare plants and herbs. There is a glass house depicting London’s Crystal Palace. Next, visit the Bull temple. This temple is dedicated to Nandi, the bull, which is the mount of Lord Shiva. Next, visit the ISKCON Temple. The temple is a dainty blend of modern technology and spiritual harmony with a unique combination of glass and gopurams. This temple was built to promote Vedic culture and spiritual learning. Thousands of devotees attend the annual Krishna and Balarama Rath Yatra. Later, drive past Vidhana Soudha which is a noble building built exclusively of dressed Bangalore granite. It is a testimonial to temple architecture. The building is Bangalore’s best-known landmark.

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Accommodation in Bangalore

Day 10 : Bangalore Departure

Today, transfer to the airport to catch your flight back home.

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