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Bangalore Coorg Wayanad Tour Package - 6 Days

Bangalore Coorg Wayanad Tour Package

Coorg and Wayanad are two of the most popular tourist destinations in India. Our “Bangalore Coorg Wayanad Tour Package” have been designed to cater to all kinds of travel ideas. Coorg is famous hill station and is also called the Scotland of East. With immense natural beauty and vast coffee plantation, visiting this place is a must for natural lovers. While Wayanad, a green heaven on the earth and the god is partial in giving all the beauty to this place. So, book your tour package today, call us on +91-6264879542. Have a look at the complete itinerary, facilities and policies before you commence on the trip.

Bangalore Coorg Wayanad Tour Package: Highlights

  • Explore the flora and fauna at Dubare Reserve Forest in Coorg
  • Discover the history at Edakkal Caves
  • Spend a beautiful day at the Soochipara Waterfalls
  • Enjoy a visit to Kuruvadweep
Day 1
Day 01: Arrival at Bangalore

Upon Arrival at Bangalore, You will be received by our representative and transferred to the Hotel. Relax at the Hotel. By Afternoon You set out on a sightseeing tour of the Bangalore City which includes The Lal Bagh, Cubbon Park, Vidhana Soudha, Bangalore Palace, Tipu Sultan's Palace, Bull Temple, St. Patrick's Church and other highlights of the city are covered in this trip.

Overnight Stay at the Hotel in Bangalore.

Day 2
Day 02: Bangalore - Coorg (250 KMS / 06 Hours drive)

After breakfast check out from Hotel and proceed to Coorg, upon arrival check into Hotel. Day at leisure. Overnight stay at the Hotel in Coorg.

Day 3
Day 03: Coorg

After breakfast proceed for sightseeing tour of Coorg -Enroute visit Madikeri Fort, Raja's Seat, and Omkareshwara Temple. Overnight stay at the Hotel/Resort in Coorg.

Day 4
Day 04: Coorg - Wayanad (110 KMS / 02 ½ Hours drive)

After breakfast, proceed to Wayanad, Enroute visit The Edakkal Caves,. Upon Arrival Check in to the Hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight Stay at the Hotel/Resort in Wayanad.

Day 5
Day 05: Wayanad

After breakfast proceed for a sightseeing Tour of Wayanad - SoochipparaWater Falls, Pookot Lake, Tholpetty Wildlife, Meenmutty Falls and Chembra Peak.

Overnight stay at the Hotel/Resort in Wayanad.

Day 6
Day 06 : Wayanad - Bangalore (250 KMS/ 06 Hours drive)

After breakfast check out from Hotel Proceed to Bangalore. Drop to Bangalore Airport/Railway Station.

Package Inclusions

  • 1 night accommodation in Bangalore on twin sharing basis
  • 2 nights accommodation in Coorg on twin sharing basis
  • 2 nights accommodation in Wayanad on twin sharing basis
  • Breakfast & Dinner
  • All sightseeing in provided private car
  • Pickup & drop from Bangalore
  • 6 days sightseeing i.e. of Bangalore, Coorg, Wayanad
  • All parking charges, toll tax, driver allowances

Package Exclusions

  • Lunch
  • Any entrance ticket
  • Anything not mention in the inclusion
  • GST
Hotel Vijay ResidencyBangalore1
Hotel Coorg InternationalCoorg2
Sunrise Valley ResortWayanad2

Best time to visit Coorg and Wayanad

The best time to visit Coorg and Wayanad is from October to May. At time of the year, the weather in Wayanad & Coorg in mostly pleasant, comfortable and cool. It is also a perfect time for sightseeing and participating in various other activities like boating, hiking, and camping etc.


Places to visit in Wayanad

Pookode Lake: Surrounded by greenery on all sides, the Pookode Lake is located at a distance of 3 kilometers from the town of Vythiri. The interesting aspect of this lake is that the lake’s shape resembles that of the map of India. Being surrounded with mountains, forests and greenery, the place totally relaxes and refreshes you.


Edakkal Caves: Situated at Ambukutthi Hills,4000 feet high, near Bathery,one of the oldest historical monuments famous for its ancient cave paintings. The cave was formed on its own when a huge boulder crashed into the hill. It is for this same reason that this place got its name Edakkal meaning ‘a stone in between’. This attraction was accidentally discovered by the then Superintendent of Police, F. Fawcett in around the year 1894.


Kuruva Islands: The river Kabini flowing through the middle of 950 acres of ever green forests forms estuaries leading to the island of Kuruva Dweep. This is the only island in Kerala which is surrounded by naturally purified water. This island can be only accessed by a boat or rafts or fiber boats and this facility is arranged by the Kerala Tourism Department. When on this island one can get the sight of a large species of birds, orchids and herbs.


Thirunelli Temple: This ancient and major Hindu temple, is mainly famous for conducting funeral rites. The temple is dedicated Lord Maha Vishnu. It is on the side of the famous Brahmagiri hill, at an altitude of about 900 meters in north Wayanad. Surrounding the temple is the water bodies of Papanasini and Panchatheertham. A dip in the holy mountain stream of Papanasini is believed to clear a person from all the sins. Also it is here that the last rites of a person takes place. On the other hand, Panchatheertham is the holy temple pond.


Chembra Hill: Chembra Hill forms the biggest mountain range in Wayanad, towering at a height of 2,100 meters above sea level. From here you can get a birds eye view of the entire area. This peak is located near the town of Meppadi, which is 17 kilometers away from Kalpetta. It is the largest as well as the highest peak of the Western Ghats.


Soochippara (Pinrock ) Waterfalls: Travelling from Meppady, for about a distance of 13 km, through sprawling tea estates, one reaches the Falls. The Soochipara or the Pinrock waterfalls is a mesmerizing place to visit. The water of this three tired waterfall falls from a height of around 200 meters. This falls are surrounded by Deciduous, Evergreen and Montane forests. Soochipara Waterfalls is an apt location for many of the adventure activities like white water rafting, trekking, rock climbing, swimming etc. In case you feel like taking a dip, the pool below the waterfall is perfect.


Places to visit in Coorg

Abbey Falls: Abbey falls or Abbi Falls is situated 1 km from the town of Madikeri. This waterfall is famous for its natural beauty. This is a famous picnic spot and is called as Jesse falls in the olden days. Abbey falls located between the natural greenery of coffee plantations and spice estates is blessed with stunning beauty and serene calm. The falls has a wild beauty. Water cascading over rocks into the pool. The roaring sound of the waterfalls can be heard from the road.


Omkareswara Temple: Omkareswara Temple, the famous Siva temple in Madikeri is built by Linga Rajendra in 1820. The temple located at a distance of 1 km from Madikeri is an architectural beauty. The temple has both Islamic and Gothic style of architecture. There is a wonderful pool in front of the temple. There are four Minarets around and a dome in the centre of the temple. A footpath leads to the Mandap. Here the Sivalinga was named as Omkareswara. Regular rituals were performed here.


Kotebetta Trek / Peak: One of the popular tourist spots in Coorg, Kotebetta is third highest peak in Coorg region after Tadiyandamol and Brahmagiri. At a height of approximately 1620 m above the sea level, Kotebetta is situated in Madapur which is located between the Somwarpet and Madikeri towns. It is at the border between the Dakshina Kannada and Coorg districts and can be easily reached without much of a hassle.


Madikeri Fort: Madikeri Fort is one of the tourist spots in Coorg which you can’t afford to miss. First built in the last quarter of 17th century by Mudduraja, Madikeri Fort was later renovated with stones and bricks by Tipu Sultan who named the fort as Jaffarabad. The fort has rich history and has seen many battles and successions. It was under the control of Doddavira Rajendra in 1790. Later it was renovated by the King Lingarajendra Wodeyar II. British also reconstructed the fort twice. In the year 1933, British added a clock tower and a portico to park the commissioner's car in the fort’s complex. Now, the fort is being used as the office of the Deputy Commissioner.


Mallalli Falls: Located at the foot of Pushpagiri Hill Ranges, Mallalli Falls are one of the best places in Coorg to spend some time. It is situated in Bettadahalli Gram Panchayat of Somwarpet which is one of the taluks in the district of Coorg. Mallalli Falls are created when River Kumaradhara drips down from the peak of Pushpagiri Peak, which is over a height of approximately 200 feet.

These falls are also good for trekking. Trekkers will come across interesting routes with beautiful settings around them which makes the experience all the more interesting and enjoyable. However, there are many leeches on the routes so it is better to be prepared for them while trekking. The falls at the foot of Pushpagiri peak and trekking till the peak, enhances your overall Coorg experience.


Raja's Seat: Located in the town of Madikeri, Raja seat is a popular tourist spots offering them with mesmerizing scenic beauty and enchanting environment. With a literal meaning of “Seat of the Kings”, Raja’s Seat used to be a favorite place of kings of Coorg. They used to visit the place so as to get amazing view of the valley around and refresh themselves. The view of sunset and sunrise from Raja’s seat is exceptionally captivating and mustn’t be missed by tourists. Golden sunlight falling on the lush greenery offers amazing photographic opportunities as well. The environment is pleasant as well.

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