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Guruvayur Kollur Mysore Ooty Package
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Duration

13 Nights 14 Days

Description

Guruvayur-Mookabika-Mysore-Ooty Package

Locations covered

Detailed Day Wise Itinerary

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    Day1 : Cochin 
    On arrival at Kochi Airport, our representative will greet and transfer you to the hotel in the city centre. Rest of the day free to relax at the hotel.
     
    Day 2 Cochin  Chottanikkara -Alleppey(100 km) Approx 3 hrs
    Night Stay Houseboat
     
    Now, your turn to experience the bewitching backwaters of Kerala. Drive to Alappuzha, the stronghold of Kerala backwaters; to start off your crisp cruise! Transfer to Kerala ageless floating marvel – the Houseboat. Start cruising along the alluring Alappuzha Backwaters - a voyage to grasp the real spirit of Kerala. Watch the lush paddies, shores dotted with armies of ducklings, varied bird life, gentle rural folks,… realize the true charm of Palm lands. Spice up your voyage with delightful, mouth-watering Kerala cuisines. Overnight stay at the Houseboat.
     
    Day 3 Alleppey – Athirappally- Guruvayoor 250km 5 Hours
    Night Stay: Guruvayoor
     
    After the breakfast, travel to Athirappally waterfalls and Ezhattumukham Nature Village. Visit Punnathoore Elephant sanctuary in the evening at Guruvayur. Night stay in Ac Rooms in the Hotel.
     
    Day 4 : Guruvayur – Kadambuzha Temple– Wayanad 190 km 5 hours
    Night Stay Wayanad
     
    Travel to Waynad in the morning. Kalpetta is the headquarters of and the gateway to Wayanad. Kalpetta is home to tea and coffee plantations and is an important trading centre for spices.
     
    Places of interest around Kalpetta include the Kanthanpara and Soochippara waterfalls; and Pookkot freshwater lake (boating, aquarium, and spices and handicrafts shopping).
     
    Chembra peak-At 2100 mts above mean sea level, Chembra is the highest peak in Wayanad and is ideal for trekking. Climbing this peak is a challenging mountaineering endeavour and would take a full day scenic beauty of Wayanad, which is visible from the top of Chembra, is very exhilarating. The surrounding areas offer exceptional photo opportunities. Camping on the peak is an unforgettable experience. District Tourism Promotion Council provides guides, sleeping bags, canvases, huts and trekking implements on hire.
    Distances from: Kalpetta (KPA)-14 Km
     
    Banasura Sagar project-21 kms north east of Kalpetta. Situated at Padinjarathara. A mini hydel project with the largest earth dam in India and the second largest in Asia is being built here. The Banasura project precincts are an ideal starting point for treks to the <em>Banasura Peak</em>. A quaint feature is a series of islands that were formed when the reservoir submerged the surrounding areas.
    Distances from: KPA-21 Km
     
    Meenmutty falls-An interesting 2 km jungle trek off the main Ooty road, Meenmutty is the largest and most spectacular waterfall in Wayanad. A unique feature is that water drops about 300 metres over three stages.
    Distances from: KPA-37 Km
     
    Jain Temple at Puliyarmala-4 kms north of Kalpetta. This old temple is dedicated to Ananthanatha Swami, one of the most revered Jain Saint.
     
    Edakkal caves-12 kms from Sulthan Bathery. 3 caves are located at a height of 1000 mts on Ambukuthi mala near Ambalavayal. The new stone age pictorial writings on the walls of these natural caves at Edakkal are the evidence of the civilizations that existed in the regions in the pre-historic times. The caves can be accessed only by a 1Km trekking trail from Edakkal. Morning hours are the best time to visit these caves. Entry is permitted only upto 1700 hrs. An interesting trek up of the <em>Ambukuthi Hill</em> near Ambalavayal town takes you to this fascinating neolithic cave site. Etchings found on the walls of these caves have drawn the serious attention of archeologists and historians worldwide.
     
    Wayanad wild life sanctuary, Muthanga-Established in 1973, the Wayanad wild life sanctuary is contiguous to the protected area network of <em>Nagarhole and Bandipur</em> of Karnataka on the north-east and <em>Muthumalai</em> of TamilNadu on south-east. Rich in bio-diversity, the sanctuary is an integral part of the <em>Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve</em>, which has been established with the specific objective of conserving the biological heritage of the region. The sanctuary is rich in flora and fauna. The management lays emphasis on scientific conservation with due consideration for the general life styles of tribals and others who live in and around the forest.
     
    Day- 05: Tirunelli Temple visit and Wayanad Sightseeing
    Night Stay Tirunelli/Wayanad
     
    Thirunelli Temple is the only temple in the world where the devotees can perform all the rituals related to one&rsquo;s life, starting from birth to death and life after death.
     
    It is one of the most ancient temples in Kerala. It is believed that here the prathishta of Lord Vishnu was performed by Lord Brahma. It is also known as &#39;&#39;Sahyamala Kshetram&#39;&#39; and &#39;&#39;Kashi of the South&#39;&#39;.Thirunelli Temple draws pilgrims from allover, primarily for ancestral rites. The rituals are performed on the banks of the stream Papanasini which flows down from Mount Brahmagiri.
     
    It is believed that this stream has divine power to dissolve sins of all the mortals. Another major attraction of the temple is the holy rock where people pray for their forefathers.
     
    Day 6: Tirunelli, Parasinikadavu &ndash; Mangalore :: 280km :: 7 hours
    Night stay Mangalore
     
    Travel to Parasinikadavu temple after the breakfast. Parassinikkadavu is noted for the famous Muthappan temple where people go for worshipping Sree Muthappan. This is the only Hindu Temple in Kerala where a Theyyam performance is a daily ritual offering.
     
    After visiting the Snake Park, travel to Mangalore and visit Mangala Devi, Kadri temples Spend evening time for a small shopping. Overnight stay in the Hotel
     
    Kadri Manjunath Temple 5kms
     
    This square temple 5 km from the hotel, with its nine water tanks nestling at the foot of the hill, is a popular destination for pilgrims. Dating to around 1068 A.D., the temple is said to be the oldest in south India.
     
    Mangaladevi Temple 4kms
     
    Just three kilometres from the city lies the temple from which Mangalore derived its name - the Mangaladevi temple. This temple was built by the Ballal family of Attavar in memory of a Princess of Kerala. This temple has an influence on the name and importance of Mangalore. The temple built in memory of the princess of Malabar Mangale in the 10th century. The Goddess Mangale is worshipped as Shakti.
     
    Day 7 : Mangalore  Uduppi  Kollur Sree Mookambika Temple :: 134km ::3 Hours
     
    Night Stay Kollur
     
    Morning 7 clock check out the hotel, travel to Udupi and visit Sri Krishna Temple. After reaching Kollur, visit Mookambika Temple and Veerabhadra Swamy Shrine. Overnight stay in the guest house/hotel.
     
    Mookambika Temple, Kollur
    Mookambika Temple is also known as Kolapura Adi Mahalakshmi Temple, which is among the must-visit shrines in Kollur. The temple is nestled in the thick forest, in the backdrop of splendid mountain ranges. Its structure reflects ancient Hindu culture and is considered as an architectural marvel.
     
    Day 8 : Kollur - Kodachadri &ndash;Dharmasthala :: 181 km :: 5 Hours
     
    Night Stay Dharmasthala
     
    Morning, check out the hotel and visit Kodachadri, which is found to be nestling between the Western Ghats. The hill is 4411 ft above the sea level. A grand view of the lush green surroundings can be seen from the topmost part of the hill. In the afternoon travel to Dharmasthala which is renowned as Kuduma eight centuries ago, is a famous pilgrim location of Jaina, Shaiva and Vaishnava communities. Main attractions are Dharmasthala Temple, Badinede Betta, Bahubali etc.
     
    Day 9 Dharmasthala sightseeing and travel to Mysore :: 240 km :: 5.5 hours
     
    Night Stay Mysore
     
    Visit
    Kangra Art Museum
    War Memorial
    Dall Lake
    After the sightseeing, travel to Mysore
     
    Day- 10: Mysore Sightseeing
     
    Night Stay Mysore 
     
    After breakfast Visit, The city of Mysore is known as the City Of Palaces. There are number of buildings built by the Royal family and are exquisite examples of Dravidian architecture and display grandeur and lavish life lead by the Emperors while they ruled the state. The KRS dam, Brindavan Gardens and Chamundi Hills, Mysore Palace, Srirangapatnam Fort are the main attractions
     
    Day- 11 : Mysore - Ooty Travel :: 135k.m :: 4 Hours
    Night Stay : Ooty
    Botanical Garden: Botanical gardens are a major tourist attraction for those who visit Ooty, They sprawl over 50-acres and lie on the lower slopes of Dodabetta peak, which is the highest point in Ooty. Which were laid out in 1847.The picturesque gardens that are maintained by the Horticulture department of the state, cover an area of about 22 hectares.
     
    The Gardens have well over 650 species of plants and trees, including a fossil of a tree, which is believed to be more than 20 million years old. The garden is very popular with nature lovers and those who long to walk among greenery and see rare ferns and shrubs up close.
     
    If you are in Ooty in the month of May, then you can also be a part of the summer festival, which is held here annually. The festival holds flower shows and various cultural programs showcasing the talent of the locals and the renowned artists.
     
     
    Government Museum: The Government Museum At Ooty The government museum, Mysore Road, Ooty has items of tribal objects, district&#39;s ecological details and representative sculptural arts and crafts of Tamil Nadu. It was set up in 1989, with a view to provide education benefits to the residing and visiting population of Nilgiris district.
     
     
    KettiValley : Said to be the 2nd longest in the world, it offers enchanting views for miles, especially of the fog on the hills on a winter morning.
     
     
    Hills and Views : Udhagamandalam (Ooty), the capital of Nilgiri district, is popularly known as the Queen of hill stations&quot; among the tourist circuits. It is situated at a distance of 105 kilometres from Coimbatore
     
    Kalhatty Falls:The Kalhatty falls are located on the Kalhatty slopes at about 13-km from Udhagamandalam on the Udhagamandalam - Mysore Kalhatty ghat road. Also known as the KalahastiFalls, the water here cascades down a height of 122m.
     
    Kandal Cross Shrine: Kandal cross, a Roman Catholic Shrine considered, as the Jerusalem of the East is located in Udhagamandalam in Tamil Nadu. The Nilgiri Catholics consider it as the Calvary of Tamil Nadu.
     
    Day- 12 : Ooty Site seeing
     
    Night Stay : Ooty
     
    <u>Mini</u><u>Gardenand Rose Garden</u>:The Rose Garden is situated about 3 to 4-km away from Charring Cross. The rose garden is laid on 10 acres of land. The garden has a collection of more than 1000 varieties of roses .Mini garden is also situated on the way to the boathouse where the children amusement park is housed.
     
    <u>OotyLake :</u>The beautifulOotyLake is a favorite haunt of tourists. It was constructed in the year 1825, through the initiatives of Mr. John Sullivan, the then Collector of Coimbatore. This lake was built in order to provide an irrigation tank to the people.
     
    An irregular &#39;L&#39; shaped lake that provides ample boating options amidst picturesque settings. At the end of the lake there is a children&#39;s park, adeer park, a mini-garden and local ponies for joy rides.
     
    Wenlock Downs:This place is for nature lovers. Spread well over 20000 acres. There is a Gymkhana club, Hindustan Photo Films factory and the Golf Clubs are in this place. A nice place to visit. A must for Golf enthusiasts.
     
    St Stephen&rsquo;s Church, Ooty:Built in the 1820&rsquo;s on the site of an old Toda temple, the St. Stephen&rsquo;s Church is a small Gothic style church whose structure was constructed from the wood that was procured from Tipu Sultans palace at Srirangapatnam. One of Ooty&rsquo;s first colonial structures, the most significant feature of the St.Stephen&rsquo;s Church is its gallery which is worth a visit and its Clock tower which shows the marching forth of time and shows men the right time.
     
    <u>FernhillPalace Ooty</u>:Now a luxury heritage hotel, theFernhillPalace resembling a Swiss Chalet was once the erstwhile summer residence of the Maharaja of Mysore.
    The Stone House Or The Kal Bangla, Ooty: The erstwhile residence of Mr. John Sullivan, the then Collector of Coimbatore who is credited to have transformed this once quaint town into a thriving summer resort for the British, the Stone House was the first &lsquo;pucca&rsquo; building/house to have been constructed. The &quot;Kal Bangla&quot;, now the Chamber of the Principal of theGovernmentArtsCollege is one of the important landmarks of Ooty.
     
    Day- 13 Ooty Cochin Travel :: 274 K.m :: 7 Hours
    Night Stay :: Cochin
     
    After the breakfast, leave to Cochin. Visit Vadakkumnatha Temple at Trichur in the evening.
     
    Day- 14 Cochin Shopping 
     
    After the breakfast, leave to Cochin Shopping. Evening leave to the Airport

     


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