Day 01:- Wayanad Arrive at Banglore Airport & transfer to Wayanad. You’ll be welcomed with intense green mountains and tea gardens on either side of the road. Once you check in to the hotel relax for some time, and visit Wayanad’s caves.Within Edakkal Caves lie the secrets of ancient humans inhabiting them at different times in history. It’s easy to get lost in the beauty of the small rivulets, streams, and waterfalls which give you company all the way. You’ll visit Pookot, lake, Lakkidi – the gateway of Wayanad and journey through the bends of Thamarassery Ghat pass. The Thamarassery Ghat Pass connects Kozhikode and Wayanad and is among the most famous mountain passes in the Western Ghats. This will be followed by overnight stay at hotel.
Day 02:- Wayanad- Have breakfast at your leisure and leave for Wayanad sightseeing like Soochipara Waterfalls, Jain Temple, Kuruva Island, Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary etc. Start the day by trekking to Chembra Peak located 2,100 meters above sea level. On reaching atop the Chembra Peak, you’ll see a heart shaped lake. On the trek, you’ll catch spectacular views of Neelimala view point and Vaduvanchal which are also popular trekking spots. Among other tourist attractions in Wayanad are Edakkel Caves, Jain Temple, Kuruva Island, Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary, and Soochipara Waterfalls. After the thrill-filled day, your driver will take you back to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 03:- Wayand – Ooty - Morning after breakfast check out from the hotel and transfer to Ooty. On arrival check in at Hotel. Cuddled in the lap of hills of Dodabetta, Snowdon, Elk Hill, and Club Hill in the Nilgiri ranges, Ooty (also Ootacamund or Udhagamandalam) is the queen of southern hill stations. The history of Ooty goes back to about 900 years when it was ruled by Vishnu Vardhana, the Hoysala king from AD 1104 to 1141. The city also finds mention in the writing of Jacome Ferico, the first European to visit this place in 1603. In 1799, this hilly region came under the control of the British East India Company. Overnight stay at Ooty
Day 04:- Ooty - After breakfast proceed for Sightseeing. The Botanical Garden is an ideal tourist spot besides being a source of information about the region’s flora. a visit to the Ooty Lake is a must for boat riding and fishing souls. Besides these, there are various view points like Lamb’s Rock, Kodanadu and Dodabetta Peak that offer fascinating views. Overnight stay at Ooty.
Day 05:- Ooty – Mysore - After breakfast check out from the hotel and transfer to Mysore. Check in to the Hotel. Be at leisure.Then Proceed for sightseeing . Visit Chamundi Hill & the Art Gallery with a fine collection of paintings & musical nstruments, Mysore Zoo, St Philomenas Church, Shri Jayachanarajendra Art Gallery, Lalitha Mahal Palace, Evening go for Brindavan Gardens which is famous for Musical Colour Foundation. Overnight stay at Mysore.
Day 06:- Mysore – Coorg – After breakfast check out from the hotel and transfer to Coorg. Check in at Hotel. Then proceed for Coorg sightseeing. Visit Dubare Elephant camp. Dubare elephant camp has plenty of elephants which are trained under naturalists. The Karnataka Forest Department has about 150 Elephants in various camps and Dubare has been historically an important camp. The Elephants for the famous Mysore Dassehra were trained at Dubare elephant camp. Visit Kushalnagar , Bylakuppe is the largest Tibetan settlement in India located near Kushalanagar in Kodagu district. The settlement set up in 1960 holds a several monasteries and temples of all major Vajrayana (Indo-Tibetan Buddhist) lineages. The largest monasteries are Namdroling (Nyingma tradition) and Sera. Golden Temple is a major attraction at Bylakuppe Tibetan Settlement. The gold coated Buddhist statues in the monastery are impressive and unique, explains the rich cultural heritage of Tibetans. The statues found here are Guru Padmasambhava, the Shakyamuni Buddha and Amitayus. Back to the hotel for lunch. Afte lunch proceed for Plantation tour (from Orange County). Evening leisure at activity centre. Overnight stay at Coorg.
Day 07 – Coorg – After breakfast proceed for Madikeri sightseeing. Visit Abbey falls - The waterfall is located between coffee plantations with coffee bushes and spice estates with dense bushes and green trees where the Kaveri River cascades down a rockface. , Omkareshwara Temple - Omkareshwara temple was built by Lingarajendra in 1820. It is located just 1 km away from the heart of the Madikeri. The temple has both Islamic and Gothic style of architecture. , Raja Seat Park - Raja's Seat is a small pavilion with a garden surrounding it; offering a view of the green valley below. According to legend, the kings of Coorg spent their evenings here. The spectacular sunset and the far stretching Blue Mountains will take ones breath away.Etc. After sightseeing back to hotel. Overnight stay at Coorg.
Day 08:- Coorg - Bangalore - Tour Ends – After breakfast check out from the hotel and drop to Bangalore Airport for departure.