Botanical Garden is a half an hour walk from the Ooty lake. It has various plant species, both exotic and indigenous, of plants, shrubs, ferns, trees, herbal and bonsai plants. It is the best place for garden and nature lovers. There are colourful Nilgiri birds in the trees.
Ooty Emerald Lake is about 2k km from the Ooty Town. It is an important tourist destination as it attracts a large number of tourists every year.
Day 1: Arrival at the Bengaluru Airport/Railway Station and Local Sightseeing
You Package begins from Bangalore as we pick you from the international airport or railway station and transfer you to the hotel booked at Bangalore.
The ever-growing IT hub has got the recognition worldwide as the Silicon Valley of India. The modern metro city still maintains the ancient charm with colonial-era heritage and architecture. It’s a pleasure to start a hectic tour with this city of comfort and luxury.
After freshening up and having a short meal, take a stroll around the city.
Overnight stay at hotel in Bangalore.
Day 2: Bangalore to Mysore (151 km; 04 hour drive)
After a sumptuous breakfast at the Bangalore hotel, check out of the hotel and drive to Mysore. Try to start around 8 am.
En-route you can visit the old city of Srirangapatnam and Dariya Daulat palace. Then visit Gumbaz, the burial chamber of a sultan and his family, famous Ranganathaswamy Temple and Tipu Sultan Mosque. Everything is royal about Mysore. Be it world heritage-listed majestic monuments or premium silk, sandalwood and incense production hub. Mysore (now called Mysuru) is also one of India’s best places to practice Ashtanga Yoga.
Upon arrival, check in at hotel.Later continue your sightseeing of Mysore.
Overnight stay at Mysore.
Day 3: Mysore to Coorg (107 km; 2 hour 30 minute drive)
After breakfast and checking out of the hotel, drive to Coorg. En-route you can visit Dubare Elephant Camp, an elephant training camp on the banks of the river Kaveri. You can stop at the island Kaveri Nisargadhama.
On arrival, check into the hotel at Coorg. After lunch, just take a stroll around the hotel. The serene hilly locale and the cool climate would definitely soothe your soul. The lush green landscapes make the small town a must-visit. Coorg is appropriate for staying a little longer. It is the spice and coffee production hub and home to unique Kodava race, believed to have descended from migrating Persians and Kurds, or perhaps Greeks.
Day 4: Coorg Sightseeing
After breakfast join the sightseeing tour for visiting famous places around.
Day 5: Coorg to Bangalore (269 km; 5 hour drive)
After a scrumptious breakfast, start for a drive to Bangalore. If you couldn't make it to Namdroling Monastery in Bylakuppe before, en route visit Bylakuppe, the largest Tibetan settlement in South India and its famous Monastery and golden temple. Then continue to Bangalore. On arrival go directly to Airport or station or stay one night there and leave next morning.