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Karnataka

Karnataka
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Karnataka  a rich state, rich in culture & heritage as well as the diversity of its landscape. Larger than life palaces fascinate you as much as the beaches & hill stations, all of which are an intrinsic part of Karnataka tourism places. Karnataka is truly 'One State. Many Worlds'. 

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1N Bangalore | 2N Coorg | 1N Mysore
   Starting Point

Bengaluru

   Drop Point

Bengaluru

  • Karnataka

    Karnataka is a southern state of India which was originally known as the State of Mysore and was renamed Karnataka later. With the tagline of "One state, Many worlds", Karnataka offers everything there is to offer to tourists from all over the world. Being the 'Land of colors, flavors, and timelessness' Karnataka is abundant in everything, from tranquility to spirituality, from heritage to grandeur, from art forms to delightful cuisines, and many more. Dating back to many years, Karnataka houses some of the most powerful Ancient and Medieval India Empires. 

    The capital, Bengaluru, is a high-tech city known for its shopping and nightlife. To the southwest, Mysore is home to lavish temples including Mysore Palace, which was the former seat of the region’s maharajas. Hampi, a World Heritage Site, contains ruins of a fort that has Temples, a stone chariot, and elephant stables. Thus, while preparing your Karnataka tour package, keep in mind to visit all the different regions of the state to enjoy it to the fullest. There are a lot of tour packages for Karnataka available to explore parts of the state, but for now, let us see further what more Karnataka has to offer.

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  • Day 1 - Arrival in Bengaluru

    Arrival at Bangalore airport/ railway station and proceed to the hotel.  Bangalore is the capital city of Karnataka state it is well known as Garden city.  Afternoon proceed for a half day city tour of Bangalore. Visit Lalbagh, Cubbon Park, ISKCON Temple, Vidhana Soudha and finally at Commercial Street for a bit of shopping. By evening return back to hotel and overnight stay at Bangalore.

  • Day 2 - Coorg Sightseeing

    In the morning, after breakfast , check out the hotel and drive to Coorg - the "Scotland of Karnataka" nestled in the Western. On the way to Madikeri, visit Bylukuppe Tibettian Settlement and Kaveri Nisargadhama at Kushalanagar. On arrival check in to the hotel. After lunch, relax for some time and proceed for the sightseeing. Visit to Abbey Falls, one of the picturesque waterfalls of Karnataka situated amidst beautiful coffee estate. Evening visit to Omkareshwara Temple - a temple having both Islamic and Gothic style of architecture and Raja Seat- a seasonal garden of flowers and artificial fountains. Arrive at hotel and overnight stay at hotel. 

  • Day 3 - Coorg Sightseeing

    Morning breakfast and proceed for the sightseeing for full day covering Talacauveri - located in the picturesque location of Brahmagiri hills. Talacauvery is the origin of River Kaveri, a beautiful Talacauvery Temple built around it, and then visit to Bhagamandala. Bhagamandala is famous for the confluence of the three sacred rivers, Kaveri, Sujyothi and Kanike. Visit to the temple dedicated to Bhagandeshwara (Lord Shiva). Return to the hotel for the lunch.
    After lunch, visit to Dubare Elephant camp, a forest camp on the banks of the River Kaveri where bathing and feeding the elephants are done. Dubare elephant camp in Coorg is the perfect destination to enjoy Elephant rides, bird watching and adventurous trekking. Arrive at hotel and overnight stay at hotel. 

  • Day 4 - Coorg - Mysore

    After breakfast proceed to Mysore on the way visit Srirangapatna which was  the capital of King Hyder Ali and his son Tippu Sultan.  By noon at Mysore and check in to the hotel. Afternoon visit Mysore Palace, one of the major attractions of Mysore. Then to Mysore Zoo were you can see some of the rare species of wildlife. Evening proceed to world famous Brindavan Gardens expanded over 150 acres. The musical fountain and light show adds attraction to the gardens. Return back to the hotel and overnight stay. 

  • Day 5 - Drop Mysore -Bengaluru

    Morning after breakfast check out hotel and proceed to Bangalore .  On arrival drop at airport/ railway station for onward journey. 

Inclusions
  • Breakfast will be served in all the Hotels.
  •  Accommodation on with base category rooms in all the hotels.
  • A/C Cab  for all transfers and sightseeing exactly as per the itinerary.
  • Toll, Parking, driver’s Bata, road tax & fuel charges.
  • Pick up From Air-Port/ Railway Station
  • Drop at Air-Port/ Railway Station

Exclusions
  • Meals not mentioned above.
  • Entry Fees To Monuments And Palaces.
  • Anything Not Mentioned In The Inclusions.
  • Tickets, tips, guided and Entrance Fees/ Charges.
  • Porterage At Hotels And Airports, Tips, Insurance, Laundry, Liquors, Wine, Etc
  • Any Increase In Taxes Or Fuel Leading To An Increase In Surface Transport.
  • Ayurveda Charges.
  • Any Cost Arising Due To Natural Calamities Like Landslides, Roadblocks, Etc.
  •  All items of personal nature.

How to reach Karnataka?

The most cost-effective way to reach Karnataka is by railways. Bengaluru, the most important terminal here, is connected to cities from all over the country. The Golden Chariot, a luxury train that travels from Goa to Bengaluru, is a tourist train for travelers wanting to enjoy a different type of experience. Karnataka is also well-connected by roadways as well as by air. The state has several airports connecting to various parts of the country.

What to pack when traveling to Karnataka?

The recent Covid-19 situation has forced everyone to always carry masks, sanitizers, and personal hygiene kits to avoid any chances of infection. It is also advised to carry Vaccine Certificates to show that you have received both vaccines. Other must-haves while planning a Karnataka tour package are a water bottle to keep yourself hydrated, UV-protected sunglasses, caps, prescription drugs, a power bank, mosquito repellant, comfortable clothing, a comfortable pair of shoes, and locks and chains for safety. Usually, shops in Karnataka have almost everything one needs for daily needs but carrying your things is always preferred.

What safety measures do hotels in Karnataka follow?

Basic safety, like 24/7 surveillance cameras and other securities is provided by almost every hotel in Karnataka. Following Covid protocols, hotels provide regular sanitization, clean and change bed sheets and pillow covers to avoid any chances of Covid infections. Bengaluru, being one of the biggest Indian cities in terms of the number of single women staying here, can be termed safe for women solo travelers. Exclusive hotel rooms, female staff, female police officers, and regular police patrolling make you feel very safe if you are traveling alone.

Which is the best time to visit Karnataka?

The best time to visit Karnataka depend on the destination you are traveling to and the time of the year. If you want to go on a wildlife safari or attend the Grand Mysore Dusshera, winter is the best time. Coastal regions in Karnataka are quite humid during summers, while the hill stations have pleasant weather. Although Karnataka during monsoons receives heavy rainfall in some regions, for seeing the beautiful Jog Falls, monsoon is the best season.

Which festivals and fairs are celebrated in Karnataka?

Besides being home to many heritage sites, Karnataka is also abundant in some unique festivals. Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the main festivals celebrated in Karnataka, celebrated over ten days till Visarjan. Ugadi is a popular festival here celebrated on the belief that Lord Brahma created the universe on this day. Karaga, one of the oldest festivals in Bengaluru, is a folk dance performed as a ritual dedicated to Draupadi. Other festivals include Pattadakal Dance festival; Mahamastakabhiseka, an important Jain festival held once in 12 years anointing the statue of Siddha Bahubali; Kambala Festival, a traditional buffalo race, celebrated on the belief that it appeases God for a good harvest; Mysore Dusshera when the Mysore Palace is lit up with a hundred thousand bulbs creating a carnival-like atmosphere; and last but not the least, the Hampi Festival, also known as Vijaya Utsav were dancers, artists and puppeteers from all over the state come to show their skills.

What can you do in Karnataka?

When I (an introvert and a homebody) think of Karnataka, the best activity that comes to my mind is sipping on some authentic coffee and relaxing with the beautiful and serene sights of Coorg. But as the state's tagline says, "One state, many worlds", Karnataka has got to offer something for everyone. Trekking and river rafting can be crossed off your bucket list if you visit Karnataka. Take a stroll in the palaces in the City of Palaces itself, i.e Mysore. Explore the rich heritage of the state with the ruins of the Hampi, now declared as a World Heritage Site. Jeep safaris in the wildlife is another activity you can indulge in. And how can one miss the breathtaking view of the Jog falls that can rejuvenate everyone from young minds to elder wisdom.

What is the median Karnataka accommodation package?

While visiting Karnataka, you can expect a variety of hotels ranging from cheap guesthouses to five-star hotels. The average price ranges from INR900 to INR15000, per night, depending on the services available in the hotel, and the number of travelers. Vacation rentals are also available in Karnataka but prices vary depending on the location of the rental, the size, and the level of luxury. While meal prices in Karnataka vary, the average cost of food per person can range from as low as INR200 to as high as INR1999. Breakfast prices are usually cheaper than lunch or dinner and fast food or street food prices are less than the price of food in restaurants.

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Breakfast
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Dinner
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Sightseeing
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1N Bangalore | 1N Mysore | 2N Ooty
   Starting Point

Bengaluru

   Drop Point

Bengaluru

  • Karnataka

    Located amidst the green mountains in Karnataka with a beautiful misty landscape, Coorg, also known as "The Scotland of India" is a popular coffee-producing hill station. Located closely to Coorg is also the Abbey Falls, water cascading down the hill of a height of 70 feet. Coorg is also a famous place for River rafting and trekking. Almost all Karnataka Tour Packages complete these two locations together, making it an exciting as well as breathtaking trip. A popular viewpoint to watch sunrise and sunsets is the Raja Seat, a garden with beautiful flowers and a perfectly skilled artificial fountain. Karnataka is also home to clear lakes and forts glorifying the rich past of the state. National parks are abundant in Karnataka including Nagarhole and Bandipur National Park. Home to the second tallest Shiva statue in the world, Murudeshwar is a favorite picnic spot for folks from neighboring regions. Mysore, The City Of Palaces, and Hampi, The City of Ruins, also a UNESCO Heritage Site are important sites to visit in your Karnataka tour.

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  • Day 1 - Arrival at Bangalore

    Arrival at Bangalore airport/ railway station and proceed to the hotel.  Bangalore is the capital city of Karnataka state it is well known as Garden city.  Afternoon proceed for a half day city tour of Bangalore. Visit Lalbagh, Cubbon Park, ISKCON Temple, Vidhana Soudha and finally at Commercial Street for a bit of shopping. By evening return back to hotel and overnight stay at Bangalore.

  • Day 2 - Mysore Sightseeing

    After breakfast proceed to Mysore on the way visit Srirangapatna which was the capital of King Hyder Ali and his son Tippu Sultan. By noon at Mysore and check in to the hotel. Afternoon visit Mysore Palace, one of the major attractions of Mysore. Then to Mysore Zoo were you can see some of the rare species of wildlife. Evening proceed to world famous Brindavan Gardens expanded over 150 acres. The musical fountain and light show adds attraction to the gardens. Return back to the hotel and overnight stay. 

  • Day 3 - Mysore -Ooty

    After breakfast check out the hotel and proceed to Ooty passing through Bandipur and Madumalai forest. Check in at the hotel as you arrive in Ooty. Evening free for shopping and other activities and overnight stay at Ooty.

  • Day 4 - Ooty Sightseeing

    After breakfast proceed for a site seeing tour of Ooty. Visit the Doddabeta Peak which is the highest peak of Ooty.  From here you will get a very panoramic view of the neighbouring regions.  By noon back at Ooty town. Afternoon visit the famous Botanical garden built in 1847 and the  Ooty Lake were boating facility is available. You can also try horse-back riding around the lake. Evening visit Coonoor. Overnight at Ooty. 

  • Day 5 - Ooty - Coimbatore drop

    After breakfast, check out the hotel and proceed to Bangalore / Coimbatore.  On arrival drop at airport/ railway station for onward journey. 

Inclusions
  • Breakfast will be served in all the Hotels.
  •  Accommodation on with base category rooms in all the hotels.
  • A/C Cab  for all transfers and sightseeing exactly as per the itinerary.
  • Toll, Parking, driver’s Bata, road tax & fuel charges.
  • Pick up From Air-Port/ Railway Station
  • Drop at Air-Port/ Railway Station

Exclusions
  • Meals not mentioned above.
  • Entry Fees To Monuments And Palaces.
  • Anything Not Mentioned In The Inclusions.
  • Tickets, tips, guided and Entrance Fees/ Charges.
  • Porterage At Hotels And Airports, Tips, Insurance, Laundry, Liquors, Wine, Etc
  • Any Increase In Taxes Or Fuel Leading To An Increase In Surface Transport.
  • Ayurveda Charges.
  • Any Cost Arising Due To Natural Calamities Like Landslides, Roadblocks, Etc.
  •  All items of personal nature.

How to reach Karnataka?

The most cost-effective way to reach Karnataka is by railways. Bengaluru, the most important terminal here, is connected to cities from all over the country. The Golden Chariot, a luxury train that travels from Goa to Bengaluru, is a tourist train for travelers wanting to enjoy a different type of experience. Karnataka is also well-connected by roadways as well as by air. The state has several airports connecting to various parts of the country.

What to pack when traveling to Karnataka?

The recent Covid-19 situation has forced everyone to always carry masks, sanitizers, and personal hygiene kits to avoid any chances of infection. It is also advised to carry Vaccine Certificates to show that you have received both vaccines. Other must-haves while planning a Karnataka tour package are a water bottle to keep yourself hydrated, UV-protected sunglasses, caps, prescription drugs, a power bank, mosquito repellant, comfortable clothing, a comfortable pair of shoes, and locks and chains for safety. Usually, shops in Karnataka have almost everything one needs for daily needs but carrying your things is always preferred.

What safety measures do hotels in Karnataka follow?

Basic safety, like 24/7 surveillance cameras and other securities is provided by almost every hotel in Karnataka. Following Covid protocols, hotels provide regular sanitization, clean and change bed sheets and pillow covers to avoid any chances of Covid infections. Bengaluru, being one of the biggest Indian cities in terms of the number of single women staying here, can be termed safe for women solo travelers. Exclusive hotel rooms, female staff, female police officers, and regular police patrolling make you feel very safe if you are traveling alone.

Which is the best time to visit Karnataka?

The best time to visit Karnataka depend on the destination you are traveling to and the time of the year. If you want to go on a wildlife safari or attend the Grand Mysore Dusshera, winter is the best time. Coastal regions in Karnataka are quite humid during summers, while the hill stations have pleasant weather. Although Karnataka during monsoons receives heavy rainfall in some regions, for seeing the beautiful Jog Falls, monsoon is the best season.

Which festivals and fairs are celebrated in Karnataka?

Besides being home to many heritage sites, Karnataka is also abundant in some unique festivals. Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the main festivals celebrated in Karnataka, celebrated over ten days till Visarjan. Ugadi is a popular festival here celebrated on the belief that Lord Brahma created the universe on this day. Karaga, one of the oldest festivals in Bengaluru, is a folk dance performed as a ritual dedicated to Draupadi. Other festivals include Pattadakal Dance festival; Mahamastakabhiseka, an important Jain festival held once in 12 years anointing the statue of Siddha Bahubali; Kambala Festival, a traditional buffalo race, celebrated on the belief that it appeases God for a good harvest; Mysore Dusshera when the Mysore Palace is lit up with a hundred thousand bulbs creating a carnival-like atmosphere; and last but not the least, the Hampi Festival, also known as Vijaya Utsav were dancers, artists and puppeteers from all over the state come to show their skills.

What can you do in Karnataka?

When I (an introvert and a homebody) think of Karnataka, the best activity that comes to my mind is sipping on some authentic coffee and relaxing with the beautiful and serene sights of Coorg. But as the state's tagline says, "One state, many worlds", Karnataka has got to offer something for everyone. Trekking and river rafting can be crossed off your bucket list if you visit Karnataka. Take a stroll in the palaces in the City of Palaces itself, i.e Mysore. Explore the rich heritage of the state with the ruins of the Hampi, now declared as a World Heritage Site. Jeep safaris in the wildlife is another activity you can indulge in. And how can one miss the breathtaking view of the Jog falls that can rejuvenate everyone from young minds to elder wisdom.

What is the median Karnataka accommodation package?

While visiting Karnataka, you can expect a variety of hotels ranging from cheap guesthouses to five-star hotels. The average price ranges from INR900 to INR15000, per night, depending on the services available in the hotel, and the number of travelers. Vacation rentals are also available in Karnataka but prices vary depending on the location of the rental, the size, and the level of luxury. While meal prices in Karnataka vary, the average cost of food per person can range from as low as INR200 to as high as INR1999. Breakfast prices are usually cheaper than lunch or dinner and fast food or street food prices are less than the price of food in restaurants.


Karnataka is a southern state of India which was originally known as the State of Mysore and was renamed Karnataka later. With the tagline of "One state, Many worlds", Karnataka offers everything there is to offer to tourists from all over the world. Being the 'Land of colors, flavors, and timelessness' Karnataka is abundant in everything, from tranquility to spirituality, from heritage to grandeur, from art forms to delightful cuisines, and many more. Dating back to many years, Karnataka houses some of the most powerful Ancient and Medieval India Empires.

The capital, Bengaluru, is a high-tech city known for its shopping and nightlife. To the southwest, Mysore is home to lavish temples including Mysore Palace, which was the former seat of the region’s maharajas. Hampi, a World Heritage Site, contains ruins of a fort that has Temples, a stone chariot, and elephant stables. Thus, while preparing your Karnataka tour package, keep in mind to visit all the different regions of the state to enjoy it to the fullest. There are a lot of tour packages for Karnataka available to explore parts of the state, but for now, let us see further what more Karnataka has to offer.

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