Tour Code: FIT/3717

North Kerala With Mysore

6 Nights / 7 Days
Fixed Departure
Summer Special

Cities : Coorg (3N),Wayanad (2N),Mysore (1N)


Coorg, India
  • Omkareshwar Temple Medikeri
  • Abbey Falls
  • Namdroling Monastery Golden Temple
  • Dubare Elephant Camp
Wayanad, India
  • Bansaura Sagar Dam
  • Kallar Meenmutty Waterfalls
  • Soochipara Waterfalls
  • Edakkal Caves
  • Lakkidi View Point
Mysore, India
  • Brindavan Gardens
  • Mysore Palace


  • 6 Breakfast
  • 6 Dinner

Day wise travel itinerary

  • Day 1 :Bangalore - Coorg (6 Hrs – 289 Kms)

    Arrive at Banglore Airport/railway station, meet the assistance and proceed to Coorg. Coorg: Kodagu is an administrative district in Karnataka, India. Before 1956 it was an administratively separate Coorg State, at which point it was merged into an enlarged Mysore State. Coorg is known for its coffee and its people. On arrival at Coorg check into the hotel.  Freshen up, take lunch (at own cost) (only if you reach hotel by 2 pm). Evening free for leisure or to enjoy the resort activities. Dinner & Overnight stay at Coorg. (Entry fees & activity cost to be paid directly wherever applicable)

    • Dinner
  • Day 2 :Coorg

    Today Morning After breakfast, free time for leisure activities. Later post Lunch set out to visit

    Omkareshwara Temple - The Omkareshwara Temple is an ancient shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is situated in the town of Madikeri in Coorg, Karnataka. The specialty of the temple is that its construction reflects a mix of Gothic and Islamic styles. It is a popular religious destination of Coorg.

    Abbey Falls - The falls was earlier called Jessi falls named after a British officer's wife. However, the place was a thick jungle area back then. Evening visit Raja’s seat, return to the hotel. Dinner & Overnight stay at Coorg.

    (The itinerary changes as per your time, schedule and the hotel area which you stay in)

    (Entry fees & activity cost to be paid directly wherever applicable )

    • Breakfast
    • Dinner
  • Day 3 :Coorg
    Today morning after breakfast visit Dubare Elephant Camp.  Dubare is known for its elephant camp, a forest camp on the banks of the river Kaveri in the district of Kodagu, Karnataka. It is an important base for the Karnataka Forest Department's elephants. 

    (Activities like Elephant interaction, feeding, Quad biking are at additional cost at Dubare elephant camp) Visiting hours: 8 am to 3 pm. Closed on Saturday and Sunday.

    Afternoon return to the hotel and later visit 
    Golden Temple - One of the largest Tibetan settlements in South India, it is known for its monasteries, handicrafts, carpet factories, and an incense factory. Return to hotel. Dinner & Overnight stay at Coorg.  

    (The itinerary changes as per your time, schedule and the hotel area which you stay in)
    (Entry fees  & activity cost to be paid directly wherever applicable )

    • Breakfast
    • Dinner
  • Day 4 :Coorg - Wayanad (3 ½ hrs, 126 Kms)

    Today Morning after breakfast check out and depart for Wayanand. 

    Wayanad is an Indian district in the north-east of Kerala state with administrative headquarters at the municipality of Kalpetta and bordered by Karnataka to the north and north-east, Tamil Nadu to the south-east, Malappuram to south, Kozhikode to south-west and Kannur to north-west. Quite a large area is covered by forest and blessed with rich water resources. It’s a beautiful scenic and lush green place. Its mainly divided into five different areas with the sightseeing and hotels in each area. Kalpetta (main area), Sultan Bathery (big and famous area, where good shops, market, malls, super and hypermarkets, daily necessity shops are located - lots of restaurants and cafes and good bakeries in this area ) Mananthavady, Lakkidi – where famous Vythri resorts are located and a gateway to Wayanad from Calicut. 

    On arrival in Wayanand visit 

    Banasura Sagar Dam : This is the largest earth dam in India and the second largest in Asia. The topography here is such that many islands will be formed in the upstream of the dam when the dam is full. These islands with the background of the Banasura hill will provide a hypnotizing sight to tourists.

    Very beautiful surroundings and view points and Adventure activities like zip lining, zorbing, speed boat, coracle ride (at additional cost) can be done at Banasura sagar dam. (9 am to 5 pm)

    Later check into the hotel. Dinner & Overnight stay at Wayanand.  

    (The itinerary changes as per your time, schedule and the hotel area which you stay in)

    (Entry fees & safari cost to be paid directly wherever applicable )

    • Breakfast
    • Dinner
  • Day 5 :Wayanand

    Today Morning after breakfast proceed for full day sightseeing covering either Meenmutty waterfalls and Banasura sagar dam (if not visited on earlier day) or Edakkal caves and Soochipara waterfalls. (any 2 set of sightseeings can be done because of distant locations)

    Meenmutty waterfalls : this waterfall is one of the topmost attractions in Wayanad. The three tired waterfalls, at a height of 300m is the biggest waterfalls inWayanand and the second largest in Kerala. The name ‘Meenmutty’ derived from the concept that the fishes are blocked here. ‘Meen’ means ‘fish’ and ‘Mutty’ means ‘blocked’ and thus ‘Meenmutty’.To reach this waterfall, you will have to go for a two-kilometer trek through the moist deciduous forest. Though it seems to be difficult, you will forget all the tiresome of the journey, once you reach the waterfalls. Meenmutty waterfall is considered to be a dangerous spot. So, you should be more careful while playing with the water. The best time to visit Meenmutty is from October to May. Visiting during monsoon season is not recommended.

    Edakkal caves : Edakkal caves are famous for its pictorial paintings (cave paintings), which are considered to be of 6000 B C. To reach the caves, one has to trek through the Ambukutty Mala. It will take around 45 minutes to climb the hill and you will never get disappointed in your trip to these historic caves. Edakkal is the only known place in India with Stone Age carvings. You can see here carvings belonging to Neolithic and Mesolithic age. The human figures of these caves have raised hair and some have masks. They all have archeological significance and are interesting too. Along with these pictorial carvings, you can also watch Tamil and Brahmi Script in Edakkal caves.Edakkal is said to have some links with Indus Valley Civilization too. Around 400 signs were discovered recently, which had shown its relationship with the ancient civilization.

    Soochipara waterfalls: Soochipara waterfall is a three-tiered waterfall at Vellarimala in Wayanad. This waterfall, surrounded by dense green forest, is also known as Sentinel Rock Waterfall. A 20 minute drive from Meppadi in Wayanad will take you to this splendid waterfall. The name Soochipara derived from the words ‘soochi’ and ‘para’ means ‘rock’ and ‘needle’. The name given is apt as you can see needle shaped rock here.You have to walk around 2 km to reach the waterfall, where vehicles can’t move further. You have to pay a nominal fee for entrance and camera. From the entrance you need to descend down to reach the falls. The water here cascades down from a height of 100 to 200 ft and this waterfall is an ideal place for trekking and rock climbing. You can sight a pool beneath this falls and here you can go for swimming and bathing.Best time to visit Soochipara waterfall is during monsoon season as you can see the waterfall at its fullest.Evening at leisure to enjoy the resort and its activities. Dinner & Overnight stay at hotel. 

    (The itinerary changes as per your time, schedule and the hotel area which you stay in)

    (Entry fees & safari cost to be paid directly wherever applicable )

    • Breakfast
    • Dinner
  • Day 6 :Wayanad - Mysore (1 Hrs & 45 Mins, 62 Kms)

    Today morning after breakfast Check Out from Wayand and later drive to Mysore. On arrival at Mysore check into the hotel. Freshen up, take lunch (only if you reach hotel by 2 pm)

    Mysore Palace : The present building of Mysore Palace was completed in 1912. Mysore Palace mesmerizes everyone with its magnificent architecture. Known as Indo-Saracenic, a beautiful blend of Hindu, Islamic, Rajput, and Gothic architectural style which the palace represents has been alluring watchers since time immemorial. Surrounded with an aesthetically designed vast garden, the palace is three storied building, built with stone and marble domes. It also has five-storied tower with a height of 145 feet. The most striking feature of the palace, its deep pink marble domes on top of grey granite three stories building, was designed by Henry Irwin. Its portico is designed with seven vast arches while the central arch is bordered by two smaller arches, surrounded by tall beautiful pillars.

    Timings : 10:00 am – 5:30 pm

    Sound & light show Timings : 

    07.00 pm - 07.40 pm on weekdays (Monday to Saturday) except Sundays, National Holidays and State Festivals.

    Illumination Timings : 

    07.00 pm - 07.45 pm on Sundays, National Holidays and State Festivals.

    07.40 pm - 07.45 pm on Weekdays (Monday to Saturday) after the sound and light show.

    Entry fees : INR 40 per person for Indian Nationals & INR 200 per perso for Foreign Nationals

    Note: Entry from Varaha gate of the Mysore Palace

    Facilities available at Mysore palace :

    • Free Wheel Chair Facility
    • Free Camera Custody Counter
    • Free Stand for Footwears
    • Drinking Water
    • Clean Toilets
    • Govt Approved Guides

    Brindavan Gardens : Brindavan Gardens of Mysore is undeniably one of the best terrace gardens in the world. It is located about 12km towards the north west of the Mysore city. Brindavan gardens with its illuminated fountains, botanical park, and extensive varieties of plants. It was the idea of Sir Mirza Ismail, the then diwan of Mysore state to beautify the area around the Krishnaraja Sagar Dam (KRS Dam) which is located in situated in Srirangapatna taluk of Mandya district. This dam, named after Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV, has been built over Cauvery River, which is one of the prominent rivers of South India. Brindavan Gardens have been designed by seeking inspiration from Shalimar Gardens of Kashmir, which have been created in the ancient Mughal style. Hence, it also radiates grandeur and beauty, comprising of a wide array of fountains, terraces, water channels, parterres, lawns and flowerbeds, etc.

    Timings : Weekdays : 6:00 am – 8:00 pm & Weekend : 6:00 am – 9:00 pm

    Illumination Timings : 

    From Jan to Sept : Weekdays – 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm & Weekends – 7:00 pm – 8:55 pm

    From Oct to Dec : Weekdays - 7:00 pm – 8:55 pm & Weekends - 7:00 pm – 08.25 pm

    Entry fees : INR 20 per person

    Dinner & Overnight stay at Mysore. 

    (Entry fees & activity cost to be paid directly wherever applicable)

    • Breakfast
    • Dinner
  • Day 7 :Mysore - Bangalore (3 Hrs & 30 Mins, 144 Kms)
    Today morning after breakfast check Out from Mysore and later drive to Bangalore. Bangalore Airport to have your connecting flight for your home town with the wonderful memories. 
    • Breakfast
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