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Tours - TOUR NO 08

 

DAY 01 : ARRIVAL BANGALORE

Check Inn – Afternoon proceed for local sightseeing… Tippu’s Palace, Bull Temple, Lalbagh-

Botanical Garden, Cubbon Park, Ulsoor Lake, Vidhan Soudha, Venkatappa Art Gallery, and

shopping centre (M.G. Road, Commercial Street) Night halt at Bangalore

 

DAY 02 : BANGALORE TO MYSORE

Morning departure pickup from hotel and proceed to Mysore enroute sightseeing…..

Srirangapatnam – Tippu’s fort – Tippu’s Gumbaz, Tippus’s summer palace, After lunch proceed to St.

Philomina’s Church, Bull Temple, Zoo, Maharaja’s Palace, art Gallery and ILLUMINATED

BRINDAVAN GARDEN….. Night halt at Mysore

 

DAY 03 : MYSORE TO OOTY

Morning departure pickup from the hotel and proceed to Ooty..enroute sightseeing... Bandipur

Wildlife Sanctuary, Madumalai Wildlife Sanctuary, Pykara Dam, Kamaraja Sagar, Ooty Botanical

Garden, Ooty town shopping, Get down at Ooty, Report and Check Inn the hotel, night halt at

Ooty

 

DAY 04 : OOTY LOCAL SIGHTSEEING

Pickup from hotel proceed for local sightseeing covering Dottabetta (Highest Peak), COONUR –

Tea Garden, Sim’s Park, Dolphin Nose, night halt at Ooty

 

DAY 05 : OOTY TO KODAI KANAL

Pickup from hotel and proceed to Kodai Kanal enroute visit palani temple... Arrival Kodai in the

evening and check-in at the hotel…night halt at Kodai Kanal

 

DAY 06 : KODAI LOCAL SIGHTSEEING

Pickup from the hotel and proceed to Kodai sightseeing covering Kodai lake spread over 60 acres and

surrounded with wooden slopes, Coaker’s Walk, Golf Links, Green Valley, Pillar Rock, Silver

Cascade, Bear Shola Falls… Night halt Kodai Kanal

 

DAY 07 : KODAI TO MUNNAR

Pickup from the hotel by private taxi and proceed to Munnar.Arrival Munnar and check-in the

hotel.. Night halt at Munnar

 

DAY 08 : MUNNAR SIGHTSEEING

Local sightseeing at Munnar covering Mattupatty Lake, Indo-Swizz Dairy project, Eravikulam

Sanctuary, Night halt at Munnar

 

DAY 09 : MUNNAR TO ALLEPPY

On arrival Check Inn and Rest of the day free, Night halt at Alleppy

 

DAY 10 : ALLEPPY TO BANGALORE

Morning check out Free day fro leisure. Enjoy Cruise (OWN) through the Narrow canals and coir

villages, over night Alleppy to Bangalore

 

DAY 11 : BANGALORE

Arrival Bangalore—report and check-in the hotel rest of the day free….

 

DAY 12 : DAY OF DEPARTURE

CHECK OUT IN THE MORNING and departure – HAPPY TOUR ENDS.

Bangalore is draped over the Deccan Plateau at an altitude of 949 meters (3113 ft.) above sea level, which gives it possibly the best climate among all the cities in India. Legend has it that Bangalore got its name from the words “Bendha KaaLu” (which means boiled beans in the local language Kannada). King Veera Ballala of the Vijayanagara kingdom was once lost in a forest and happened to stumble upon a lonely cottage. An old woman that lived there could offer the starving king only boiled beans “Bendha kaaLu” and the place came to be known as “Bendha kaaLu ooru” (ooru in Kannada means a city). BendhakaaLooru later came to be known as BengaLooru in Kannada and Bangalore in English. However, historical evidence shows that “BengaLooru” was recorded much before King Ballala's time in a 9th century temple inscription in the village of Begur. Even today "BengaLooru" exists within the city limits in Kodigehalli area and is called as "HalebengaLooru" or "Old Bangalore."
The present day city was designed by Kempe Gowda in the year 1537. During one of his hunting bouts, which was his favourite past time, Kempe Gowda was surprised to see a hare chase his dog and thus named the place as "gandu bhoomi" (heroic place). Kempe Gowda I, who was in charge of Yelahanka, built a mud fort in 1537 and with the help of King Achutaraya, built the little towns of Balepet, Cottonpet and Chickpet, all inside the fort. Today, these little areas serve as the major wholesale and commercial market places in the city. Kempe Gowda's son erected the four watch towers to mark the boundaries of Bangalore which are traceable even today and they stand almost in the heart of the present city. 

In the year 1638, Shahajirao Bhonsle, father of Shivaji, captured the city. In 1687, Aurangzeb's army captured Bangalore and sold it to the Wodeyars for a paltry sum of Rs.300,000. The Wodeyars then built the famous Lal Bagh in 1759, one of Bangalore's most beautifully laid out gardens. In the same year, Hyder Ali received Bangalore as a jagir from Krishnaraja Wodeyar II. He fortified the southern fort and made Bangalore an army town. When Tipu Sultan died in the 4th Mysore war in 1799, the British gave the kingdom, including Bangalore, to Krishnaraja Wodeyar III but the British resident stayed in Bangalore. In the beginning of the 19th century, the General Post Office was opened and the Cantonment was established nine years later in 1809. In 1831, alleging misrule by Krishnaraja Wodeyar III, the British took over the administration of the Mysore Kingdom.

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TOUR NO 08 - BANGLORE ( 2N ) MYSORE ( 1N ) OOTY ( 2N ) KODAIKA
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