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Glimpses of South India & Beaches It is a hot favorite destination among the Indian as well as foreign travelers, who are looking for perfect hideaways to spend some peaceful time.
Culture Nature Jungle Beaches Yoga Thrill
Highlights: Houseboat Tour, Tea Plantations
Cities: Bangalore(1) - Mysore(2) - Chikmaglur(2) - Hampi(3) - Badami(1) - Goa(3) - Mumbai(1)
Starting at $857 Per Person Duration: 14 Days - 13 Nights
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Eliel Saarinen , England
"There are Hill stations, Beaches, Backwaters,temples, Elephants, etc. Backwaters which you can enjoy by travelling in a boat and if you wish to stay and admire the beauty you can hire a house boat and do so. Its amazing to see people living there surrounded by water with lots of coconut trees. Munnar, Thekkedi hill stations are the best it gives you a feeling like staying in heaven."
Eric Idle , Chicago
"The city’s many sacred buildings include - 18th century golden temple of Lord Shiva and the Durga temple of the same era. Across the river Ganga, the 17th century Ram nagar fort is situated which is the home of the maharajas of Benares or Varanasi. People take holy dip in the river Ganga to wash out their sins. This place has a very rich collection of the temples located along side of River Ganga. Varanasi has a great center for learning and civilization for all. What an experience."
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Tour Detail
Bangalore(1 night) Day 1-2
International Arrival
BangaloreIndia’s answer to ‘Silicon Valley!’ Formerly a ‘pensioners paradise’, Bangalore is now known as India’s ‘Silicon Valley’ and the ‘Garden City’. One of the world’s fastest growing cities, it boasts charming gardens, tree-lined avenues, large parks, designer malls and houses some of India’s largest software and IT parks. Activitieshe Big Banyan Tree (Dodda Alada Mara in Kannada) is a huge banyan tree that has an amazing charm of its own. Gone are the days when you had the typical summer camps with singing and dancing. The city is providing a wide range of different activities and workshops for youngsters this summer vacation. Lal Bagh, one of the main attractions of Bangalore, was commissioned in the year 1760 by Hyder Ali and was completed by his successor Tipu Sultan.
Mysore(2 nights) Day 2-4
Drive from Bangalore to Mysore (139 km, 3.5 hrs)
MysoreThe city of Mysore is the cultural capital of the state of Karnataka. The city is known for its majestic, mystical and mesmerizing beauty. The city is geographically located between 12° 18' 26'' North Latitude and 76° 38' 59'' East Longitude. The weather of Mysore is very pleasant throughout the year. but the ideal time to visit the city is between the months of October and March. ActivitiesVisit the Mysore Mahrajah’s Palace and the temple located within the complex; the Chamundi Hills and the temple perched on top of it; marvel at the paintings at the Raja Ravi Verma Gallery in Jagmohan Palace. Visit the famous Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, Vrindavan gardens, the silk factory where you can see the masters weavers at work and Srirangapatnam, the former capital of Tippu Sultan.
Chikmagalur(2 nights) Day 4-6
Drive from Mysore to Chikmagalur (170 km, 3.4 hrs)
ChikmagalurChikmagalur is a district situated in south-western part of Karnataka, India. It was in Chikmagalur that coffee was first cultivated in India. Rivers like Tunga and Bhadra have their sources in the mountains here which are part of the Western Ghats. Chikmagalur district also contains Mullayanagiri, the highest peak in Karnataka. ActivitiesLet the world drift away as you enjoy invigorating strolls and treks through coffee plantations, set against the backdrop of majestic mountain ranges; go on nature walks and listen to the sounds of nature. Special Activity: On the way to Chikmagalur Visit the nearby towns of Belur and Halebid, famous for their beautifully carved, ancient temples dating back to the 12th and 13th centuries.
Hampi(3 nights) Day 6-9
Drive from Chikmaglur to Hampi (270 km, 7 hrs)
HampiHampi, the city of ruins and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the major historical places of South India. Once upon a time, it was the royal capital of the dominant Vijayanagara Empire. It is presently a ruined town with full of ancient palaces and forts. 
ActivitiesA good amount of walking is a must, as the ruins are scattered over a huge area. Moped/bicycle hire is a good option to move around. Cross the river by one of those coracle ferry. If you do not know swimming, ensure that the coracle is not overcrowded. Wildlife - The occasional crocodile may be encountered in the river or on rocks midstream, sometimes several metres long.
Badami(1 night) Day 9-10
Drive from Hampi to Badami (105 km, 2.5 hrs)
BadamiBadami once a royal capital of the Chalukyas is now sleepy town in Bagalkot district of Karnataka. The town was known as Vatapi previously. It is settled in a valley at the base of a furrowed, red arenaceous rock that rings Agastya lake. Badami is a place which is full of cave temples, entryways, fortresses, dedications and carvings.  ActivitiesOnce the capital of the early Chalukyan dynasty (6th to 8th centuries), Aihole is a picturesque village on the banks of the Malaprabha river.Visit the famous rock cut temples – dating back to the 6th and 7th centuries; experience the rich blend of Nagara and Dravidian styles of architecture in the temples and sculptures that grace Badami.
Goa(3 night) Day 10-13
Drive from Badami to Goa (350 km, 8 hrs)
GoaGoa is India's smallest state by area and the fourth smallest by population. Located in West India in the region known as the Konkan, it is bounded by the state of Maharashtra to the north, and by Karnataka to the east and south, while the Arabian Sea forms its western coast.  ActivitiesExplore the vibrant markets of Goa, especially the Anjuna Flea Market; relax by the lovely beaches taking in the sun, sand and sea. If you want to experience what may well be the thrill of your life, try bungee jumping off a 25-metre crane at Gravity Zone. Goa is not known as one of the world's top dive sites, there is still plenty to see underwater if you feel the urge to go scuba diving. 
Mumbai(1 night) Day 13-14
Flight from Goa to Mumbai
MumbaiThe nocturnal city! For generations, Mumbai (formerly Bombay) has welcomed travellers from around the globe. This bustling port has many faces: financial capital, entertainment capital and booming metropolis with over 13 million people calling it home. Admire its colonial heritage, try one of its myriad restaurants, or experience its world class nightlife and shopping avenues. ActivitiesView the historic landmark – Gateway of India; Stroll scenic Marine Drive (Pearl’s Necklace). Visit Hanging Gardens and see sunsets over the Arabian Sea, Prince of Wales Museum, Flora Fountain, Dhobi Ghat, Jain Temple, Mani Bhavan. Pass by Victoria Terminus Railway Station, Mumbai University; Explore vibrant Markets and Bazaars. Visit Banganga to see the Sacred Tank believed to contain water from the Holy Ganges.
Day 14:- Transfer to the International Airport.
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