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Tour Name : BANGALORE + KERALA +COCHIN
Tour Code : IOYO-51
Duration : 11 Nights & 12 Days
Routing : BANGALORE - MYSORE - NAGARHOLE - SULTHAN BATHERY - TELLICHERRY - ALLEPPEY - COCHIN

In this 12 days itinerary of South India, a Karnataka & Kerala tour package, you will travel to Kerala from Bangalore. In this picturesque Karnataka & Kerala trip, a forts, palaces, wildlife & backwaters tour of South India you will be visiting some of the off-beat places. This itinerary covers the Nagarhole wildlife sanctuary & national park situated in South India. Sulthan Bathery and Tellicherry are two lesser known South Indian tourist places. Services International Ltd an Indian travel agent offers you all types of popular tour itineraries for South India. We are one of the best Indian travel agents for your South India itineraries. If you have more days, you could also include more cities like Trivandrum and Kanyakumari in this program.

Day 01 :- Bangalore Mysore
Arrive Bangalore. A short ytour of Bangalore. Drive to Mysore. Overnight Mysore.

Day 02 :- Mysore
Morning tour of Mysore. Visit   the  palace   of the  Maharaja built in 1911-12. The palace is of   harmonious  syntheses  of  the hindu  and   saracenic  styles  of architecture   with   archways,  domes,   turrets,   colonnades    ands culptures which are  magnificent. Visit the  Art  Gallery; drive upto Chamundi  hill to see Chamundeshwari  Temple and a  panoramic view  of Mysore. On the way back, see the Nandi Bull. Overnight Mysore.

Day 03 :- Mysore Nagarhole
Morning drive to Nagarhole. Afternoon game drive inside the park. Overnight Nagarhole.

Day 04 :- Nagarhole
Morning and evening game drives in Nagarhole. Nagarhole Wildlife Sanctuary which is situated on the shores of Kabini river - tributary of the State's other much loved river - the Cauvery. The  river at Kabini is slow and tranquil and a life support  for  the thousands of animals and birds that live along its shores. Overnight Nagarhole.

Day 05 :- Nagarhole Sulthan Bathery
Morning drive to Sulthan Bathery. Overnight Sulthan Bathery.

Day 06 :- Sulthan Bathery
The Sultan Battery is a watchtower built by Tipu Sultan to watch the entry of warships into the Gurpur River. It has a marvelous construction and gives a feeling of a minuscule fortress with its many apertures for rising cannons all around. The battery, was erected in black stones and the structure is well adorned with equipments for shooting canons. Overnight Sulthan Bathery.

Day 07 :- Sulthan Bathery Tellicherry
Morning drive to  Tellicherry. Overnight Tellicherry.

Day 08 :- Tellicherry
Tellicherry is also known as Thalassery and has been declared as a heritage city. The places of interest are Thalassery Fort, St. John's Anglican Church, Arakkal Kettu, Thalassery Pier, Ezhimala Fort, Madayi and Neeliyar Fort and the various temples. Overnight Tellicherry.

Day 09 :- Tellicherry Calicut Cochin Alleppey
Morning drive to Calicut rail-station in time to board Cochin train. Arrive Cochin and drive directly to Alappuzah (Alleppey). Overnight in Alappuzah.

Day 10 :- Alleppey
Embark a rice boat. The coastal town of Alleppey on the Arabian Sea is the Venice of the East, for the numerous canals that meander through the town. Bathing in the backwaters on the Vemband Lake is refreshing. This town holds a thrilling event of snake-boat race every year in August. It is also known for its cashew nuts, coir trade, rice, pepper  crops & coconuts. Overnight on board.

Day 11 :- Alleppey
Day at leisure. Overnight on board.

Day 12 :- Alleppey Cochin
Morning drive to Cochin. Afternoon city tour. Cochin is the natural harbour created by the famed underwater Malabar mud-banks whose quality ensures that the rougher the seas are outside the calmer the waters are within the Harbour. Vasco-de-Gama placed it on the world  map. It has a Jewish synagogue, Portuguese churches, mosques and Hindu temples. Watch the Chinese Fishing Nets. Overnight Cochin.

Day 13 :- Departure
Transfer to airport .

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