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Karnataka with Mumbai Goa Tour

  • 14 Nights / 15 Days
  • Bangalore - Mysore - Ooty -Coorg - Hassan - Hospet - Badami - Goa - Mumbai
Silk & sandalwood
Hampi- Vijayanagar Empire
Hill station
Sari, silk & palace of Mysore
Goa beach vacation
Commercial capital of India

Karnataka with Mumbai Goa Tour helps a visitor explore Karnataka, a land of scenic splendor, vibrant & colorful culture and great human endeavor. Karnataka has been land of ancient most civilization of the world and thus can be easily termed that human beings have inhabited Karnataka all these millennium. Karnataka, a cradle of several glorious empires, has been witness to tumultuous history but equally magnanimous & enriched cultural and architectural legacy. Traditional and religious ethos of Hindu tolerance is clearly palpable but, in contrast, Islamic religious intolerance gets evident in the vestiges Hampi (Pompei of India), Halebid, Belur, Badami etc. The remnants of temples and palaces of ancient times are evidences of zenith of sculptural genius. Bangalore, presently known as IT capital of India, houses lot many historical monuments like Bangalore Fort, Bangalore Palace, Tipu Sultan’s Summer Place and Bull Temple. Mysore, known as cultural capital of Karnataka, is fmous for Mysore Palace and ‘Dussehra’. Coorg offers opportunity to relish scenic attractions of coffee plantations and British era’s old world charm. Along with exploring Karnataka and Mumbai, beach holidays in Goa, an erstwhile Portuguese colony, makes your India tour a lifetime experience.

Day 1 Arrival at Bangalore-Bangalore sightseeing.

On arrival at Bangalore, you will be transferred to the hotel. Bangalore tour guide will be introduced with you in hotel lobby. Relax for a while and then proceed for leisurely sightseeing of Bangalore.

The first day Bangalore tour can be termed as ‘Bangalore Forts & Palaces’ tour as it includes sightseeing of Bangalore Fort (built in 1537 by Kempegowda, the founder king of Bangalore), Bangalore Palace (built by Wodyar Maharajas of Mysore in 1862 in Tudor style and houses a large collection of sensuous paintings and intricate carvings), Tipu Sultan’s Summer Place (a two-storied wooden structure with a small museum containing artefacts of Tipu & Hyder era) and Bull Temple (locally called Dodda Basavana Gudi and devolted to Lord Siva was built in 1537 by Kempegowda in Vijayanagara architectural style) Later in the evening, return to Bangalore hotel for overnight stay.

Day 2 Bangalore sightseeing tour.

Have relaxed breakfast in Bangalore hotel and drive for full-day sightseeing tour of Bangalore. As historical monuments comprising forts and palaces had already been seen on first day sightseeing, today, you will be visiting other prominent attractions of Bangalore which include Lal Bagh Botanical Garden (owing to large number of red roses, this garden, made by Hyser Ali and completed by Tipu Sultan in 17th century, is called Lalbagh), the State Archaeological Museum (also called Government Museum, built in 1876 by Colonel Sankey, is a great treasure trove of paintings, scriptures, statues, sculptures and coins), Kempegowda Museum(built on the first floor of Mayo Hall), HAL Aerospace Museum, NIMHANS Brain Museum, Iskcon Temple & Vidhana Soudha. Later in the evening, return to Bangalore hotel for overnight stay.

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Day 3 Bangalore-Srirangapattana-Mysore (150 kms/ 03 hrs).

Having enjoyed breakfast in Bangalore hotel, depart for Mysore, the second largest city of Karnataka. Mysore is said to be cultural capital of Karnataka. On the way to Mysore, you will reach Srirangapattana. In Srirangapattana find the remains of the fort, Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple , ruins of Tipu Sultan’s palace (known as Daria daulat Bagh & constructed of teak wood by Tipu in 1784), the place where Tipu Sultan’s body was found in the battle field and Gumbaz (tomb and mosque built by Tipu). Having seen the historical and cultural monuments of Srirangapattana, proceed for Mysore. On arrival at Mysore, check in at the pre-booked hotel. Have lunch, relax for some time and move for visiting Mysore Palace, the prime tourist attraction of Mysore. Within Mysore Palace is Jaganmohan Art Gallery. Jaganmohan Palace was once a royal palace that has been converted into a museum and art gallery portraying diverse variety of paintings and miniatures of early 19th century. Having seen the palace, you can either visit Vrindavana Garden or explore local market of Mysore. Later, return to Mysore hotel for overnight stay.

Day 4 Mysore - Ooty (130 kms/ 03 hrs).

Have scrumptious breakfast, check out from Mysore hotel and proceed for Ooty. On arrival at Ooty, check in at the pre-booked hotel. Spend the rest of day in leisure, spotting scenic beauty and various gardens in Ooty. Overnight stay has been planned in Ooty.

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Day 5 Ooty- Coorg (225 kms/ 05 hrs).

After relaxed breakfast in Ooty, you will be picked up from Ooty hotel and driven to Coorg (Kodagu). Ooty is in Tamil Nadu and Coorg in Karnataka, a province of India. On arrival at Coorg, check in at Coorg hotel. Having relaxed for some time, either you can stroll around or can proceed to explore Medikeri. The experienced and informed English-speaking driver will help you explore and know the place. In addition to natural beauty, Coorg takes a tourist to nostalgic by-lanes of colonial British past. With several preserved colonial-era buildings and architecture, visit of Madikeri in Coorg offers a feel of past stepping along modern day development. Spend evening in leisure and have overnight stay in Coorg hotel.

Day 6 Coorg-Hassan (150 kms/ 3 hrs)- Sightseeing tour of Belur & Halebid.

Having enjoyed delicious breakfast in Coorg hotel, depart to Hassan, a modern district of Karnataka. On arrival at Hassan, check in at the pre-booked hotel.

Hassan city though has least of heritage but Belur (40 kms) and Halebid (20 kms) are extremely rich in terms of ancient monuments. After relaxing a bit Hassan hotel, proceed for visiting Belur and Halebid. In Belur, witness Chennakeshava Temple and Viranarayana Temple of the Hoyasalas. After Belur, visit Halebid. Earlier Hoyasala capital of Dwarsamudra is today known as Halebid and has Hoyasaleshwara Temple as prime tourist attraction.

After visiting Belur and Halebid, later in the evening, return to Hassan hotel for overnight stay.

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Day 7 Hassan-Hospet (330 kms/ 7hrs).

Have leisurely breakfast in Hassan hotel and depart for Hospet. Hospet, a modern city, serves as the originating centre of various excursions around to explore exceptionally rich heritage of Vijaynagar Empire. On arrival at Hospet, you will be directly transferred to Hospet hotel to relax in the evening and have overnight stay.

Day 8 Hospet- Hampi-Hospet (50 kms)

After a relaxed breakfast in Hospet hotel, drive to Hampi. Karnataka has been land of several mighty empires and dynasties. Hoyasala dynasty and Vijayanagar Empire have been prominent among them. Halebid and Belur present the monumental heritage of Hoyasala Empire where as Hampi and Badami unfold Vijayanagar Empire’s monuments. Along with Hampi tour guide, visit and explore the monuments of golden era of Vijayanagar Empire. Prominent monuments of Hampi are Lotus Mahal, Elephant stables, Krishna Temple, Kodandarama Temple, Vitthal Temple, Raghunath Temple and Hazara Ram Temple of Hampi. Having seen the marvelous pieces of architecture of Hampi return to Hospet hotel to spend evening in leisure and have overnight stay in Hospet.

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Day 9 Hospet-Badami- Pattadakal-Aihole-Badami (235 kms).

Today you will have to depart from Hospet hotel early, after taking breakfast. The reason being, you have to visit three important and historically significant places of Badami, Pattadakal and Aihole and during the course of visiting these places, you will be covering distance of about 235 kms. Having delicious breakfast in Hospet hotel, proceed for visiting three important and nearby historical sites with rich remains of ancient monuments. Badami was called Vatapi in ancient times and famous for temples chiseled out of mountainous rocks. The Chalukya rulers built and developed Vatapi as their capital and as a result, in 6th & 7th centuries great architectural development had been seen in Badami, Aihole and Pattadakal. Various ancient temples and their intricate architecture are the prime attractions of Badami tourism. After visiting Badami Caves, Mahakuta Temple, Monuments of Pattadakal, Durga and Lad Khan Temples of Aihole, return to Badami hotel for overnight stay.

Day 10 Badami –Goa (260 kms/ 06 hrs).

Early in the morning, having delicious breakfast in Badami hotel, proceed for Goa. On arrival at Goa, you will be directly transferred to Goa hotel. Spend evening in leisure in Goa and overnight stay in Goa hotel.

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Day 11 Goa

Have breakfast in Goa hotel and spend the day in leisure on the beaches of Goa. Have overnight stay in Goa hotel.

Day 12 Goa

Have breakfast in Goa hotel and spend the day in leisure on the beaches of Goa. Have overnight stay in Goa hotel.

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Day 13 Goa-Mumbai (by air)

Enjoy the morning in Goa and in early afternoon, depart for Goa airport to board flight for Mumbai. On arrival at Mumbai, you will be received at Mumbai airport and transferred to Mumbai hotel for overnight stay.

Day 14 GoaMumbai sightseeing tour.

After a relaxed breakfast in Mumbai hotel, your Mumbai tour will commence from 8 am. The Mumbai tour guide will meet you in hotel lobby and take you for guided sightseeing tour which will primarily include Elephanta cave temples (one has to reach there through sea route by a large boat/ steamer/ ship). After returning from Elephanta (around 1 pm), you will be visiting Prince of Wales Museum, Hanging Garden (seen on the way from a distance), Dhobi Ghat, High Court building (seen on the way from a distance), Marine Drive, Gateway of India and Mani Bhawan. The emphasis will be mainly on 4 destinations- Elephanta, Prince of Wales Museum, Gateway of India and Mani Bhawan. Later in the evening, return to Mumbai hotel for overnight stay.

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Day 15 Mumbai- Departure.

Have fresh breakfast in Mumbai hotel, spend morning in leisure and then check out to depart for Mumbai international airport to board flight for your onward destination.

Bangalore

Karnataka's capital, Bangalore-India's fifth largest city-is a town of contrasts. Easily India's most happening metro city, its origins are old- Kempegowda, a feudal lord who served the ruler of the Vijayanagar Empire, founded it in 1537. Air-conditioned City, city of Gardens, India's Silicon Valley, Pub City-many are the flattering names it is known by. The weather is balmy-Bangalore is set at an elevation of 3250 feet. Lalbagh Garden and Cubbon Park are two nice parks you must visit. Vidhan Soudha, the state legislature building, is impressive.

Mysore

Situated 140 kms away from Bangalore, steeped in history, Mysore is a city of palaces and tranquility. A city with rich heritage of the Wodeyars who were the rulers before, Mysore is preserved to this day with its magnificent palaces, beautifully laid out gardens, imposing buildings, avenues of flowering trees and many ancient temples. Dussehra festivities, popularly known as Navarathri, are celebrated in great grandeur with procession of caparisoned elephants, folk dances and colourful floats. Goddess Chamundeshwari and Saraswati are worshipped during these festivities. Mysore Palace, Vrindavana Garden and local market are main attractions.

Ooty

Ooty, stands at 7347 feet above sea level, was discovered and developed by the British and gained fame as their summer retreat. Now-a-Days, Ooty is the most visited hill station of south India, temperature ranging between 15-20 degree celcius round the year. Ooty is also called Udhagamandalam meaning ‘house in mountain’ (othakal-mund) or ‘Water Abode’ (Udhaka Mandalam). From touristic point of view, Ooty is a leisure destination to enjoy being amidst the nature. To, British tourists, it offers them an opportunity to relish old world charm.

Coorg (Kodagu)

Kodagu region of Karnataka is one of the most panoramic hill stations of India. The scenic splendour of the Western Ghats with undulating meadows and hills was called as Coorg or the Scotland of India. The region had been favourite place for British officials to relax amidst nature. The region is famous for coffee estates and orange orchards. Coorg is cornucopia of colonial heritage. There are many must-see tourist destinations around Kodagu/ Coorg. The 19th century fort of Madikeri has several old buildings, a temple and a chapel, some of which are now converted as museums. Two life-like elephants made out of mortar stand in their majesty inside the fort. The ancient Raja's Seat is located within a beautiful garden which presents an enchanting view of the valleys below.

Hassan

Hassan is a nodal place which serves as a convenient base to explore several interesting tourist places around. The places around Hassan like Halebid and Belur were prominent centres of Hoyasala rulers and, hence, possess even to this date the remnants of more than 150 ornately carved temples of 11th century, built in Chalukyan style of architecture characterized by a star shaped pedestal and one centred around a pillared hall. The walls and niches are filled with genius and delicate work.

Belur

Belur, about 40 kms from Hassan and on the banks of river Yagachi, is home to Channakeshava Temple, built by the Hoyasalas to re-commemorate the victory over the mighty Cholas. The construction of Chennakeshava Temple, dedicated to Lord Keshava, commenced in 1116 AD and took almost 100 years (a century) to complete. The Chennakeshava Temple, known for its intricate and sublime carvings and sculptures, is a live temple as people still visit it to worship. Delicate carvings of astonishing details on Narsimha Pillar of the temple attract attention of every visitor. While visiting Chennakesava Temple in Belur, one must also see Viranarayana Temple.

Halebid

Around Hassan, about 20 kms away, lies ancient historical town of Halebid. Halebid, an ancient capital of the Hoyasala empire, was founded in 11th century. In ancient literature, modern Halebid was known as Dwarsamudra. Though in golden era of the Hoyasala Empire, Halebid was home to many magnanimous architectural marvels but, during 1311-1327 AD, the Muslim invaders of Delhi Sultanate attacked, pillaged and destroyed various religious places (temples). The famous Hoysaleswara temple, which today is the centre of attraction, however survived the destruction. One of the striking aspects of secular Hindu ethos is very much visible here in the form of Jain bastis. Hoyasaleswra Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, is an important historical monument and its history dates back to 1121 AD.

Hampi

Hampi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was an ancient metropolis during the reigns of Vijayanagar rulers. Hampi, spread over more than 25 sq kms, was capital city of Hindu kingdom of Vijayanagar. Now reduced into a rural area, historic and mythological residues are packed with giant temples, palaces, market streets, aquatic structures, fortifications and an abundance of other ancient monuments. Presently guarded by rivers and granite ridges, the ruins of Hampi are rightly called ‘Pompei of India’. European travellers who visited Hampi at the height of Vijayanagar Empire wrote that the city was larger and more beautiful than the then Rome.

Badami-Pattadakal-Aihole

Earlier called as Vatapi, the ancient capital of the Chalukyas is now known as Badami. Badami was founded in 543 AD by Pulkeshin I. Badami, Patattadakal and Aihole are clusters of three ancient cities containing rock-cut temples and structures dating back to 6th & 7th centuries. Badami holds prominence on tourism canvass for ancient cave temples. The Archaeological Museum in Badami showcases a good collection of artifacts from Badami Aihole and Pattadakal. Prominent architectural gems of 6th & 7th centuries to be explored in Pattadakal and Aihole are Mallikarjuna Temple, Virupaksha Temple, Papanatha Temple (Pattadakal); Meguti Temple, Lad Khan Temple, and Durga Temple (Aihole).

Bangalore

Karnataka's capital, Bangalore-India's fifth largest city-is a town of contrasts. Easily India's most happening metro city, its origins are old- Kempegowda, a feudal lord who served the ruler of the Vijayanagar Empire, founded it in 1537. Air-conditioned City, city of Gardens, India's Silicon Valley, Pub City-many are the flattering names it is known by. The weather is balmy-Bangalore is set at an elevation of 3250 feet. Lalbagh Garden and Cubbon Park are two nice parks you must visit. Vidhan Soudha, the state legislature building, is impressive.

Mumbai is the capital of Maharashtra and financial capital of India. It is a sprawling metropolis which traces its history to a set of seven islands given to the British monarch Charles-II as part of the dowry, when he married Princes Catherine of Portugal in 1661. The name Mumbai has been derived from MUMBA AAI or MAHA AMBA AAI- the patron goddess of Kolis of fishing community.

Mumbai's two main land marks, the Gateway of India and the Taj Mahal Hotel are at Colaba. Nariman point is at the southern end of Marine Drive. At the other end of Marine Drive is Malabar Hills, a posh residential area. Today, it is a hub of activity, trade, industry and finance. As the commercial capital of India and the world's largest textile market, Mumbai ports handle around 40 percent of India's maritime trade. Some areas in Mumbai like Dharavi are amongst the most thickly populated in the world. Mumbai has diverse population, where the extra-ordinarily rich exist side by side the appallingly poor, and yet, co-exist.

Goa

The brilliant green of the paddy field and the tiny hamlets with white painted churches stand out against a brilliant red soil-Goa startles, enchants and hypnotizes with its blends of East and West. This is after all an erstwhile Portuguese colony and the colonial masters have left behind a rich cultural legacy. India's finest beaches are in Goa. The Tomb of St Francis Xavier in Old Goa is a major Christian Pilgrimage. The elegant Portuguese mansions resting in sleepy villages are enchanting.

Goa is a new state of India and its capital Panjim though has modern buildings but still contains the charm of small town feel. The old buildings which impart it special pristine charm include the Idalcao Palace, Braganza Institute, Largo da Igreja (the Main Square, dominated by the Church of Immaculate Conception). The nearby Dr Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary is a nice excursion.

Also called Valha Goa, Old Goa is the erstwhile capital of Albuquerque and the heart of Portuguese Goa. The Tomb of St Francis Xavier inside the Basilica of Bom Jesus attracts millions of devout here annually. Mapusa, the administrative headquarters of Bardesz talluka, boasts of St Jerome's Church, Our Lady of Miracles and the Maruti Temple. Coconut-fringed sandy beaches dot the coastline in Bardez and Pernem talukas, in north Goa.

Margao, the capital of Goa's most prosperous taluka- Salcete- is the second largest commercial centre in Goa. Margao exudes the pristine colonial charm in its subtlest form. Margao usually serves as an overnight stop for visitors who are about to hit the beaches of south Goa but the Baroque-style Church of the Holy Spirit, and the many fine 17th-century houses are worth checking out. The famous beaches of souther Goa are Benaulim, Varac and Colva with many luxurious beach resorts.

Goa is known for partying and festivals and fairs give opportunity to party with religious and cultural fervor. It can be observed in the celebration of several Christian festivals in Goa with much gusto. These include the Feast of Three Kings, Feast of our Lady of Miracles, Feast of St Anthony, and Feast of St Francis Xavier. The largest non-religious celebration is the Carnival, marked by colorful processions complete with floats.

Goan food is hot, making good use of the bird's -eyes chilling grown locally. The dishes show a strong Portuguese influence, although local flavors are also apparent. The signature dish is the spicy pork or beef Vingaloo. The Goan sausage-chorizo-is 'hot', literally. Other notable dishes include sorpotel (Pickeled pig liver and heart) and chicken xacuit. The juice of the cashew fruit is fermented to produce feni, the potent local brew. Goa is one place that knows how to party, where people come for their bit of fun and sun. The best time to be here is around New Year, when the wildest parties in the country are thrown all over Goa. It's an experience few can forget.

Goa

The brilliant green of the paddy field and the tiny hamlets with white painted churches stand out against a brilliant red soil-Goa startles, enchants and hypnotizes with its blends of East and West. This is after all an erstwhile Portuguese colony and the colonial masters have left behind a rich cultural legacy. India's finest beaches are in Goa. The Tomb of St Francis Xavier in Old Goa is a major Christian Pilgrimage. The elegant Portuguese mansions resting in sleepy villages are enchanting.

Goa is a new state of India and its capital Panjim though has modern buildings but still contains the charm of small town feel. The old buildings which impart it special pristine charm include the Idalcao Palace, Braganza Institute, Largo da Igreja (the Main Square, dominated by the Church of Immaculate Conception). The nearby Dr Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary is a nice excursion.

Also called Valha Goa, Old Goa is the erstwhile capital of Albuquerque and the heart of Portuguese Goa. The Tomb of St Francis Xavier inside the Basilica of Bom Jesus attracts millions of devout here annually. Mapusa, the administrative headquarters of Bardesz talluka, boasts of St Jerome's Church, Our Lady of Miracles and the Maruti Temple. Coconut-fringed sandy beaches dot the coastline in Bardez and Pernem talukas, in north Goa.

Margao, the capital of Goa's most prosperous taluka- Salcete- is the second largest commercial centre in Goa. Margao exudes the pristine colonial charm in its subtlest form. Margao usually serves as an overnight stop for visitors who are about to hit the beaches of south Goa but the Baroque-style Church of the Holy Spirit, and the many fine 17th-century houses are worth checking out. The famous beaches of souther Goa are Benaulim, Varac and Colva with many luxurious beach resorts.

Goa is known for partying and festivals and fairs give opportunity to party with religious and cultural fervor. It can be observed in the celebration of several Christian festivals in Goa with much gusto. These include the Feast of Three Kings, Feast of our Lady of Miracles, Feast of St Anthony, and Feast of St Francis Xavier. The largest non-religious celebration is the Carnival, marked by colorful processions complete with floats.

Goan food is hot, making good use of the bird's -eyes chilling grown locally. The dishes show a strong Portuguese influence, although local flavors are also apparent. The signature dish is the spicy pork or beef Vingaloo. The Goan sausage-chorizo-is 'hot', literally. Other notable dishes include sorpotel (Pickeled pig liver and heart) and chicken xacuit. The juice of the cashew fruit is fermented to produce feni, the potent local brew. Goa is one place that knows how to party, where people come for their bit of fun and sun. The best time to be here is around New Year, when the wildest parties in the country are thrown all over Goa. It's an experience few can forget.

  • Accommodation in the mentioned hotels on double sharing.

  • Daily breakfast basis on all places.

  • Total Meals: 20 (Breakfast-14; Lunch-03 & Dinner-03).

  • Total night stays: 14 (Bangalore-02; Mysore-01; ooty-01; Coorg-01; Hassan-01; Hospet-02; Badami-01; Goa-03; Mumbai-02).

  • Well-appointed upgraded air-conditioned rooms at all places.

  • Along with breakfast at all places, 03 lunch & 03 dinners in Goa hotel.

  • Monument entrance charges.

  • Steamer ride to visit Elephanta cave temples.

  • English speaking & destination-specific guides at all destinations for mentioned sightseeing tour.

  • Meet & assist at the airport on arrival & departure.

  • Sightseeing tours as mentioned in the itinerary.

  • Air-conditioned private car for the whole sightseeing tour.

  • Driver for the whole tour.

  • All prevailing taxes like luxury tax, service tax etc.

  • All transfers, city tours, excursions & drives by air-conditioned transport.

  • Interstate road tax, toll tax, parking charges, driver’s wages, fuel charges etc.

Optima Special:
  • A visit of Brain Museum will be a lifetime experience showcasing India’s quest to unravel the eccentricity of brains.
  • Do watch Mysore Palace in the night when it is flooded with decorative lights.
  • Evening exploration of sandalwood market of Mysore.
Don’t miss on Karnataka with Mumbai Goa Tour:
  • A visit to Art of Living International Centre in Bangalore to experience traditional way of life of Indian ascetics and holistic cultural value-system of the Hindus.
  • Dine in Lalitha Palace in absolutely Indian style amidst sheer luxury with simplicity.
  • Do rejuvenate yourselves in Jiva Spa by the Vivanta or in Soukya Health Centre in Bangalore. Prior appointment is a must.
  • A visit of Elephanta cave temples.
Shopping:

Bangalore:Bidriware, blackened white metal with silver inlay, which are Karnataka’s best-known contribution at India stalls in any fair. Bidriware is crafted into ornamental bowls, boxes, hookahs, among other things.
Mysore: Famous for ‘ittras’ (sweet smelling perfumes), extracted from flowers, sandalwood and rosewood. Daily use articles of intricately carved rosewood and sandalwood. Luscious silks, slippery chiffons, and crepe are famous products of Karnataka.

Cuisines:

Bangalore: Devangere Benne Dosa, Koli Saaru (chicken curry- Kannada Style), Maamsa Saaru ( Mutton Curry- Kannada style), and Uppittu.
Coorg (Kodagu): Taste regional Kodava dishes, such as Pandhi Barthadh (pork dry fry) and Kadambuttu (rice dumplings).
Mysore: Do taste Mangalorean sea-foods, particularly Lobster Balchao.
Goa: Feni, a local alcoholic beverage of Goa.
Mumbai: Pao-Bhaji & Vada-Pao

Is This Trip For Me:
Travel Style Service Level TPhysical Demands Trip Type Trip Rating
Classic Standard FIT/Small Group 4.5/5
DestinationsStandardSuperiorDeluxeLuxury
Aurangabad Windsor Castle Lemon Tree Rama International Vivanta by Taj
Bangalore Nandhane Grand Royal Orchid Central Fortune Select JP Cosmos Bangalore Oberoi
Mysore Jade Garden Country Inn & Suites Fortune JP Palace Hotel Lalitha Palace
Ooty Astoria Residency Fortune Resort Sullivan Court Taj Savoy Taj Savoy
Coorg Coorg City Stay The Tamara Coorg Taj Medikeri Taj Medikeri
Hassan Hoyasala Village Resort The Ashoka Hassan The Ashoka Hassan The Ashoka Hassan
Hospet Kishkindha Heritage Resort Royal Orchid Kireet Royal Orchid Kireet Malligi
Badami Badami Court Badami Court Badami Court Badami Court
Goa Alore Holiday Resort Terra Paraiso Cidade de Goa Taj Exotica
Mumbai Juhu Plaza Kohinoor Continental Trident Taj Mahal Palace
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  • Throughout the trip we request that our hotels prepare rooms in time for our arrival, especially if we're arriving prior to normal check-in time. However this isn't always possible which means we won't be able to check-in immediately on arrival at some hotels. Instead, we can store our luggage and explore our new destination.

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