Mysuru, one of the most famous cities in Karnataka, is just about 200 km from Bangalore. This city is known for its palaces, people and heritage. Also, you will love its modern infrastructure and cleanliness. Enjoy the tour this beautiful city with us.
On the first day of your welcome at the Bengaluru International Airport, the Real Asia DMC representative would assist in checking at a hotel in Bengaluru. Known as the Garden City of India, Bengaluruhas got many nicknames over the years such as the Silicon Valley of India due to the IT growth in the city. Bengaluru is an example of a perfect balance of natural attractions, historical monuments and exemplars of traditional South Indian architecture.
Our representative would be at your disposal once you exit the arrival terminal and take you to the hotel where you can relax overnight before the tour begins.
Start your day with a sumptuously delicious breakfast at the hotel. Proceed with the checkout formalities at the hotel. Drive to Mysuru by road.
Mysuruis one of the common additions to the south India tours and travel packages. The beautiful architecture in the palaces found throughout Mysuru which is also known as the City of Palaces as well as the profound royal heritage of the place is bound to mesmerize you. The royal history of the city of Mysurunoted as a World Heritage Site. Other notable attractions that draw attention in this city are the silk saris, sandalwood and spice stores. Yoga is another highlight of this city as it is deemed to be the birthplace of the Ashtanga Yoga.
On the way, the tour would take a halt at one of the prominent attractions of South Indian history- the fort town of Srirangapatna situated at a distance of 16km from Mysuru. The Srirangapatna fort stands as a memoir of Tipu Sultan’s bravery against the colonial forces of the British.The paintings on the fort’s walls are a treat to watch. Srirangapatna was the seat of power for Tipu Sultan and his father Hyder Ali before him and in the 18th century. Srirangapatna was the de facto capital of a large portion of Southern India.
Upon arrival at Mysuru, the representative would help you in checking in to the hotel. The tour would continue in the evening with a visit to Chamundi Hill and the Bull temple. Here you can enjoy a spiritual experience and a glimpse of the biggest temple in the world dedicated to Nandi, the bull and guardian deity of Lord Shiva. A trip to the local DevarajaFlower Market would end your day with a memorable experience filled with vibrancy and an encounter with the daily lives of the local people. This might just turn out to one of the best holiday packages in India from Bengalurufor you!
Relax in an overnight stay at the hotel.
Get some healthy and delicious breakfast at the hotel.The final yet most exciting phase of the tour begins! Experience the charm of the city of Mysuru in its full glory throughout the day.
The first place to visit would be the Ranganatittu Bird Sanctuary which is a haven for nature enthusiasts. If you have a desire for witnessing some of the exquisite bird and reptilian species, then the six small islands in this sanctuary won’t disappoint you. You can find many species of birds such as egrets, storks, bonnet macaques, cormorants,and ibises. Marsh crocodiles are also found here and with a boat ride in the sanctuary, get to have a closer look at the wildlife in their natural habitats.
Then the tour would proceed by driving to the town of Somnathpur located on the banks of River Cauvery. The most notable attraction in this tiny yet gracious town is the Chennakesava temple which is considered as one of the oldest remaining examples of Hoysala architecture.
The next stop in the tour would be at the Mysuru Maharaja Palace in the city of Mysuru. Serving as a prominent example of the Indo-Saracenic architectural style and otherwise known as the Amba Vilas Palace, this attraction was built in the year 1912. It served as the official residence for the rulers of the Wodeyar dynasty. The regal quality of the palace is reflected clearly in the harmonious mix of Hindu, Gothic, Rajput and Muslim styles on the facade of the palace. The place is also renowned for its light and sound show with an ensemble of 100,000 light bulbs that light up the magnificence of the palace at night.
Continue towards the final phase of the tour with a visit to the Jaganmohan Palace that was built in the year 1869. This place has a rich and illustrious historical heritage associated with it. The rulers of the Wodeyar dynasty used this palace as their residence following damages to the Amba Vilas Palace in a fire accident. In the subsequent years, the palace was converted into an art gallery in 1915 where various art forms such as Shantiniketan, Mysuru,andMughal amounting to almost 2000 paintings are housed. It is the best addition to south tour packages from Bengaluru.
Stay overnight at the hotel.
Enjoy your breakfast at the hotel, and The Real Asia DMC representative would help in checking out. Then you would be driven to the Bengaluru airport for boarding your flight back home.
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