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Mysore - Ooty - Kodaikanal

Ootacamund or Ooty the queen of southern hill resorts of India is a hill resort standing at 7,349 feet above sea level. Udhagamanalam (other name for Ooty) spreads over 36 sq. miles and the temperature ranges from 25 degree Celsius in summers to near freezing in winters.

This famous hill station is at the junction of Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka, three southern states of India. British founded this hill resort which seemed them as their summer headquarters. Before that time, the area was inhabited by Todas. These tribal people still inhabit the area, but only around 3000 remain.


Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace :
The summer Palace of Tipu Sultan, built fully by wood is today a museum devoted to Tipu Sultan

Gumbaz :
An imposing structure where the mortal remains of Hyder Ali, his wife and Tipu Sultan were confined.

Ranganathaswamy Temple :
Temple of Lord Vishnu in the sleeping posture on the Great Snake Anantha, is one of the Largest temples in the State. It is a beautiful example for both Vijayanagara and Hoysala Styles of Architecture.

Situated on the southern ridge of Palani Hills in the Western Ghats, Kodaikanal is around 120 km from Madurai. It is sitting on an altitude of 6,854 feet above sea level and is among the most visited tourist destinations of South. The 'Princess of Hill Stations' is how sometimes Kodaikanal is referred. It also has the distinction of being the only hill station in India to be established by Americans. The town is surrounded by thick dark forests and it seems as if the this gem of a hill station is actually being enviously guarded by this dark forest. In fact the name Kodaikanal itself means 'The Gift Of forest'. The hill station is full of natural marvels like Fairy Falls, Coaker's walk, Green Valley view, Pillar Rocks and Dolphin's Nose. For peace lovers, it offers serene and calm atmosphere that is intoxicating and refreshing whereas for adventure lovers, it proves to be a heaven with ample of trekking opportunities available through out the town. The town is not densely populated with only around 30,000 residents. Tamil is the main spoken language but English is also widely understood

(4 Nights / 5 Days)


Day 1:  Morning 7.30 am depart to Mysore, enroute visit Srirangapatna, Daria Daulat, Gumbuz, Ranganathawamy Temple, noon arrival Mysore, visit St. Philomena's Church, Chamundi Hills, Mysore Palace & Brindavan Garden, Night halt at Mysore.

Day 2:  Morning depart to Ooty, visit Nanjundeswara Temple (One Thousand Years Old), Ooty Botanical Garden, Ooty Lake, night halt at Ooty.

Day 3:  Morning checkout of the hotel, depart to Kodaikanal, evening arrival, free for leisure, night halt at Kodaikanal.

Day 4:  Morning check out of the hotel, start for Kodaikanal sight seeing, visit Pillar Rock, Green Valley Lake, Solar Physical Observatory, Bryant Park, evening depart to Bangalore.

Day 5:  Morning arrival Bangalore.

Package Includes :

  • Transportation by Non A/C coach
  • One night stay at Mysore
  • Ooty & Kodaikanal
  • Parking and Guide Fees

Package Excludes :

  • All meals
  • Entrance fees
  • Personal Expenses