Embark in this exciting 3 days sightseeing tour in Coorg and get a chance to explore the amazing beauty of this region.Start your trip from Bangalore and then head out for an exciting trip.Get a chance to witness a variety of wildlife as you you trek through grasslands, colorful floras and sparkling streams of clear water.Visit some of the historical sites Madikeri, Framed by the Western Ghats mountain range, it’s known for the Raja’s Seat, a simple monument overlooking forests and rice paddies. In the center, the 17th-century Madikeri Fort features 2 stone elephants at the entrance.  View point which is one of the best point at Coorg. Enjoy the greenery and then visit the Abbey falls and the Omkareshwara Temple.Admire the amazing Mumammadan style of architecture with a dome in the center and four turrets at four corners. Conclude your trip after 3 days and get dropped at the mentioned point.
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On arrival meet and greet our representative and , Later drive to Coorg (6 hrs) on arrival transfer to hotel for 3 nights.
Kodagu (also called Coorg), the land of coffee, cardamom, colonels and the Cauvery. The headquarters of Kodagu district, it is located in a beautiful hilly setting surrounded by the forest slopes of the Western Ghats. Here, time seems to have stood still. Dotted with a cluster of red-roofed dwellings and a bustling bazaar, the town, situated at an elevation of 1,525 m, has a charming old-world look. Not much is known about the early history of Kodagu. From AD 1600 onwards, the Lingayat Rajas ruled over Kodagu and established their capital at Madikeri where they built a mud fort. The Kodavas, as the people of Kodagu are called, troubled the Mysore rulers Hyder Ali and Tippu Sultan through sporadic rebellions. Finally, in AD 1785, Tippu marched into Kodagu with a large army and devastated the little kingdom. Rest of the day is free to enjoy facilities at the hotel.  
Overnight stay at COORG
Day-02 COORG
After breakfast enjoy sightseeing of Coorg to include Abbey Falls –One has to climb down many steps to reach the falls. There is a viewing platform and a suspension bridge.  The flow might be less during summers. The best view can be got from the suspension bridge located bang opposite to the falls.  Raja’s Seat – The Kings of Kodagu apparently came here to spend their evenings and to get a good view of the valley. There is a musical fountain that is operational late evening.  Gaddige (Raja’s Tomb) – Gaddige houses the tombs of Kings Virarajendra and Lingarajendra. There were three buildings here and the interiors were cool despite the high afternoon heat outside. Omkareshwara Temple – This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva.  Madikeri Fort – This was initially built using mud and later using stone. It houses, among other things, a small museum.  Mercara Palace & Madikeri Market       
Overnight stay at COORG
Day-03 COORG
Breakfast at the hotel. Later enjoy full day sightseeing tour of Coorg to include Dubare Elephant Camp – Located at Dubare on the banks of the river Kaveri, this place is owned by the Forest Department and captures and trains elephants. One has to cross a small water body by motor boat to reach this place. If you go early, you can watch the elephants getting bathed by their mahouts. Elephant rides are also available. Harangi Dam – Best time to visit might be during the latter half of the year when there is more water in the dam. Nisargadhama – This is a small island on river Cauvery and features boating, a very short elephant ride, a deer park and a bamboo groove.
Overnight stay at COORG
After breakfast drive to Bangalore(5-6 hrs) 
Bangalore is known as the "Garden City of India" with its many gardens, boulevards its pleasant climate and laid-back charm. The city has quite a number of gardens like the Lalbagh, Cubbon, and Cariappa Park etc. 
After Lunch leave for a guided tour through the picturesque ‘City of Gardens’. Visit Tipu’s Palace, the summer residence of King Tipu Sultan, built in wood and tastefully adorned with intricately sculptured arches and minarets. Proceed to the famous Nandi or Bull Temple, one of the oldest in South India, Lal Bagh, Ulsoor Lake, Cubbon Park and Vidhan Soudha, headquarters of State Legislature and Secretariat. Stroll through Venkatappa Art Gallery, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Vishweshwaraiah Museum. Later assist to transfer nearby Airport or Railway station

» 3 Nights accommodation on twin sharing basis as per the itinerary

» Daily breakfast (House Boat full board)
» Surface travel by air-conditioned car
» All transfers, sightseeing, excursions as per the itinerary
» Local English speaking guides
» All taxes, driver allowances and parking etc.


» Entrance fee to monuments
» Any airfare
» Tips, beverages, laundry etc.
» Any item not shown in cost Includes


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