K.R.Pushpam Complex, Aarthi Theatre Road, Dindigul, 624001
Dindigul to Ooty

The capital of the state of Karnataka is Bengaluru, previously known as Bangalore. It is situated on the Deccan Plateau in southern India. A combination of traditions and modernity is the city. Former royal residences include the 19th-century Bangalore Palace, modelled after the Windsor Castle of England, and the Summer Palace of Tipu Sultan, a teak building from the 18th century. The distance between Dindigul to Bangalore is 292 KM (kilometers) and 700 meters.

Mysore, or Mysuru, is Karnataka’s third largest city. The Wodeyar dynasty ruled the city and it is well known for its rich heritage of architecture, palaces, and beautiful gardens. It is situated at the bottom of the Chamundi Hills and Bangalore is approximately 150 km away. The city has a huge tourism industry that draws visitors from all over the world. The town is popular in the city for the palaces, the delicious Pak, and the festival of Dashara.It is one of Karnataka’s most commonly visited destinations.Distance between Dindigul to Mysore is 260 KM and 82 meters that is 161.6 miles.Driving time between Dindigul to Mysore is 7 hrs 40 Mins.

Ooty (short for Udhagamandalam) is a resort town in the Western Ghats mountains, in the Tamil Nadu state of southern India. Built as a British Raj summer resort, it retains a working steam railway line. Stone House, a residence from the 19th century, and the St. Stephen ‘s Church from around 1829 are other reminders of its colonial history. The 55-acre Government Botanical Garden lies on the slopes of Doddabetta Hill.The distance between Dindigul and Ooty is 181 KM (kilometers) and 900 meters. Travel time between Dindigul to Ooty is  4 hours and 43 minutes.

DAY WISE ITINERARY

Day 1: Dindigul to Bangalore (Bangalore Sightseeing)

Dindigul to Bangalore
  • Pick up from Dindigul.
  • Proceed towards Bangalore.
  • Hotel Check In.
  • Proceeding to visit ISKCON Temple, Bangalore Palace, Vidhana Soudha, Venkatappa Art Gallery and Government Museum, Cubbon Park, Lalbagh Botanical garden.
  • Evening, Proceed towards Shopping. 
  • Come back to Hotel.
  • Overnight stay @ Hotel – Bangalore.

Day 2: Bangalore to Mysore(Mysore Sightseeing)

  • After fresh up and breakfast.
  • Hotel Check out.
  • Proceed towards Mysore on the way to visit Bangalore fort, Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace.
  • Hotel Check In.
  • Evening, proceed to visit Krishna Raja Sagara dam and Brindavan Gardens.
  • Overnight stay @ Hotel – Mysore.

Day 3: Mysore to Ooty.

Dindigul to Mysore
  • After fresh up and breakfast.
  • Hotel Check out.
  • Proceeding to visit Mysore Palace, Chamundeshwari Temple, Jaganmohan Palace and Freedom Fighter’s Park.
  • Proceeding towards Ooty.
  • Overnight stay @ Hotel – Ooty.

Day 4: Ooty Sightseeing

  • After fresh up and breakfast.
  • Hotel Check out.
  • Visit Doddabetta peak, Botanical Garden, Rose Garden.
  • After shopping, visit Tea Museum and enjoy boating at the Ooty Lake.
  • Starting towards Dindigul with sweet memories of Mysore, Bangalore & Ooty.
  • Drop @ Dindigul.

WHAT ‘S INCLUDED

Accommodation

  • We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3*, 5*, 7* )
    1. Solo Traveller
    2. Double sharing Rooms
    3. Suite Rooms
    4. Deluxe Rooms
    5. Royal Suite Rooms
    6. Home Stay (As per required )

Guide

  • From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be take care Local Speaking Guide – ( English,Tamil,Hindi,Telugu & Malayalam ) *

Meals

  • Breakfast Lunch Dinner (As per required )

Transport

  • All local vehicle transport (Dindigul to Dindigul).

Additional Services

  • All Taxes & Fees, Any Activities,Rides.

Optional

  • As per Customer Request.

TRIP OVERVIEW

 

The Government Rose Garden (formerly Centenary Rose Park) is India’s largest rose garden. It is located on the slopes of Ooty Town’s Elk Hill in Vijayanagaram. At an elevation of 2200 metres. Today, with more than 20,000 varieties of roses from 2,800 cultivars, this garden has one of the largest collections of roses in the world. Dindigul to Ooty on the way to see different types of Plants,birds and animals.

Hybrid tea roses, Miniature Roses, Polyanthas, Papagena, Floribunda, Ramblers, Yakimour and roses in rare colours including black and green are included in the set. Every May, a flower show is held along with an exhibition of rare plant species. The gardens have about a thousand species of plants, shrubs, ferns, trees, herbal and bonsai plants, both exotic and indigenous.There is a 20-million-year-old fossilised tree in the garden.

Bangalore was still part of the state of Mysore in 1945-46 at the cusp of gaining independence. The city was one of the first to use hydroelectricity in Asia. Bangalore has been recognised as India’s Garden City.Today, the city’s name may have changed to Bengaluru, but the city’s meaning remains the same. The Brigade Route, one of today’s most busy highways, was a large road back in the day when there was minimal movement of vehicles. Dindigul to Bangalore to see famous palace,museums,temples and Malls.

Mysore Palace: The Palace is renowned for its rich architectural history and culture. The Mysore Palace is an architectural highlight, representing the architecture of the Hindu, Rajput, Islamic and Gothic styles. It has two Darbar halls, a park, and buildings located in the heart of the city. It is the official residence of Mysore’s rulers. Dindigul to Mysore to see famous palace,museums,temples and Malls.

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