IPR Student Tours (Banglore – Mysore - Ooty) - 3N/4D


Bangalore also known as Bengaluru, is the capital of the Indian state of Karnataka. It is India's third-largest city with an estimated population of 8,474,970 (2011).

In a recent survey, conducted by the global HR consultancy Mercer, Bangalore was voted the most livable city in India, beating Mumbai, Chennai, New Delhi and Kolkata. In terms of cleanliness, Bangalore ranks 12th in India.

Once called the "Garden City of India" and the "Pensioner's Paradise", these epithets no longer apply to Bangalore, which is now a large, cosmopolitan city with diminishing green spaces and a large working population. Bangalore is the major center of India's IT industry, popularly known as the Silicon Valley of India

Mysore, also known as Mysuru, is Karnataka's second biggest city, situated in Southern India. The city has recorded history dating back a thousand years and a mythical history which explains the origin of the name - apparently, this was the place where the demon Mahishasura was slain by the Goddess Chamundi.

In recorded times, the city rose to prominence when it became the capital of a breakaway feudatory of the Vijayanagara empire named Chamaraja Wodeyar in 1584. In 1610, he moved the capital to nearby Srirangapatna. Hyder Ali who was a commander in the army usurped power in the late 18th century. Hyder Ali was succeeded by his son Tipu Sultan, who fought and lost a war with the British, dying in battle in 1799.

The British restored the Wodeyars as their puppet rulers and moved the capital back to Mysore. The Wodeyars had substantial internal autonomy and the princely state of Mysore (which comprised a large portion of present-day Karnataka) was probably the best administered in India. After independence, the state was merged back to the Indian Union and the capital of Mysore state was moved to nearby Bangalore where the British maintained their army. The name of the state too was eventually changed to the more accurate "Karnataka" in 1973.

The dynasty is still well-loved and the people of Mysore are still nostalgic for the grandeur of the earlier times. The palaces built by the Wodeyars and the yearly celebration of Dusshera are holdovers of that period.

Ooty, short for Ootacamund (an anglicized name for Udhakamandala), is a popular hill resort in the state of Tamil Nadu in Southern India. Located in the mountainous range called the Nilgiris ("Blue Mountains"), it draws swarms of tourists every year. The weather is quite pleasant at a mean of 15-20°C around the year, dropping to lows of 0°C during winter. The landscape is marked by rolling hills covered with dense vegetation, smaller hills and plateaus covered with tea gardens, and eucalyptus trees


Trip at a glance

Day 01: School To Banglore
Day 02: Banglore Sightseeing - Mysore
Day 03: Mysore Sightseeing
Day 04: Mysore – Ooty Sightseeing - School

End of Services


Detailed Itinerary

Day 1

School To Banglore


Day 2

Banglore Sightseeing - Mysore

  •  Bangalore arrival and check in hotel
  • After fresh up and breakfast leave for local sightseeing
  • Proceed to visit Vishveswaraya technological museum, Lal bagh, Cubbon park, Bangalore metro & Shopping
  • Evening travel to Mysore
  •  Reach Mysore and check in hotel

           Overnight stay at the hotel

           (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) 


Day 3

Mysore Sightseeing

  • After fresh up and breakfast proceed to visit Mysore palace, Chamundi hills, Zoo, Srirangapattana
  • Free time for shopping
  • Evening return to hotel

          Overnight stay at the hotel

          (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) 


Day 4

Mysore – Ooty - School

  • After fresh up and breakfast check out hotel at 6 AM.
  • Travel to Ooty
  • Proceed to visit Tea factory, rose garden, Lake & Botanical garden
  • Evening return to school

          (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)


Inclusions

  • Accommodation on 4 sharing basis in hotels (non A/C rooms) 
  • Breakfast, lunch, dinner- Day 2 to Day 4 (veg & non veg)
  • All entry fees to above mentioned Places
  • Transportation on luxury non AC Vehicle with audio and video facility.
  • Tour manager and local tour guide
  • Sightseeing as per the itinerary

 


Exclusions

  • Any items of personal nature like Laundry, table bills, camera fee, tips or any other item.
  • Any Airfare, Train fare, Overland Journey which is not mentioned in the Itinerary. Any Medical/rescue evacuation due to mishaps.
  • Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary/ stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control.
  • Anything that is not included under the “inclusions”.

 


Additional Information

Food menu

Day 01:

Own arrangement

Day 02:

Breakfast – Puttu and kadala curry & Tea

Lunch – Normal veg meals

Dinner – Ghee rice and chicken chilly

Day 03:

Breakfast – Poori - Bhaji & Tea

Lunch – Veg meals

Dinner – Chicken biriyani

Day 04: 

Breakfast – Appam – kadala curry

Lunch – Normal Veg meals

Dinner – Ghee rice & Chicken curry 

(The food menu might change depending on availability)


IPR Student Tours (Banglore – Mysore - Ooty) - 3N/4D


Bangalore also known as Bengaluru, is the capital of the Indian state of Karnataka. It is India's third-largest city with an estimated population of 8,474,970 (2011).

In a recent survey, conducted by the global HR consultancy Mercer, Bangalore was voted the most livable city in India, beating Mumbai, Chennai, New Delhi and Kolkata. In terms of cleanliness, Bangalore ranks 12th in India.

Once called the "Garden City of India" and the "Pensioner's Paradise", these epithets no longer apply to Bangalore, which is now a large, cosmopolitan city with diminishing green spaces and a large working population. Bangalore is the major center of India's IT industry, popularly known as the Silicon Valley of India

Mysore, also known as Mysuru, is Karnataka's second biggest city, situated in Southern India. The city has recorded history dating back a thousand years and a mythical history which explains the origin of the name - apparently, this was the place where the demon Mahishasura was slain by the Goddess Chamundi.

In recorded times, the city rose to prominence when it became the capital of a breakaway feudatory of the Vijayanagara empire named Chamaraja Wodeyar in 1584. In 1610, he moved the capital to nearby Srirangapatna. Hyder Ali who was a commander in the army usurped power in the late 18th century. Hyder Ali was succeeded by his son Tipu Sultan, who fought and lost a war with the British, dying in battle in 1799.

The British restored the Wodeyars as their puppet rulers and moved the capital back to Mysore. The Wodeyars had substantial internal autonomy and the princely state of Mysore (which comprised a large portion of present-day Karnataka) was probably the best administered in India. After independence, the state was merged back to the Indian Union and the capital of Mysore state was moved to nearby Bangalore where the British maintained their army. The name of the state too was eventually changed to the more accurate "Karnataka" in 1973.

The dynasty is still well-loved and the people of Mysore are still nostalgic for the grandeur of the earlier times. The palaces built by the Wodeyars and the yearly celebration of Dusshera are holdovers of that period.

Ooty, short for Ootacamund (an anglicized name for Udhakamandala), is a popular hill resort in the state of Tamil Nadu in Southern India. Located in the mountainous range called the Nilgiris ("Blue Mountains"), it draws swarms of tourists every year. The weather is quite pleasant at a mean of 15-20°C around the year, dropping to lows of 0°C during winter. The landscape is marked by rolling hills covered with dense vegetation, smaller hills and plateaus covered with tea gardens, and eucalyptus trees


Trip at a glance

Day 01: School To Banglore
Day 02: Banglore Sightseeing - Mysore
Day 03: Mysore Sightseeing
Day 04: Mysore – Ooty Sightseeing - School

End of Services


Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 School To Banglore


Day 2 Banglore Sightseeing - Mysore

  •  Bangalore arrival and check in hotel
  • After fresh up and breakfast leave for local sightseeing
  • Proceed to visit Vishveswaraya technological museum, Lal bagh, Cubbon park, Bangalore metro & Shopping
  • Evening travel to Mysore
  •  Reach Mysore and check in hotel

           Overnight stay at the hotel

           (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) 


Day 3 Mysore Sightseeing

  • After fresh up and breakfast proceed to visit Mysore palace, Chamundi hills, Zoo, Srirangapattana
  • Free time for shopping
  • Evening return to hotel

          Overnight stay at the hotel

          (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) 


Day 4 Mysore – Ooty - School

  • After fresh up and breakfast check out hotel at 6 AM.
  • Travel to Ooty
  • Proceed to visit Tea factory, rose garden, Lake & Botanical garden
  • Evening return to school

          (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)


Inclusions

  • Accommodation on 4 sharing basis in hotels (non A/C rooms) 
  • Breakfast, lunch, dinner- Day 2 to Day 4 (veg & non veg)
  • All entry fees to above mentioned Places
  • Transportation on luxury non AC Vehicle with audio and video facility.
  • Tour manager and local tour guide
  • Sightseeing as per the itinerary

 


Exclusions

  • Any items of personal nature like Laundry, table bills, camera fee, tips or any other item.
  • Any Airfare, Train fare, Overland Journey which is not mentioned in the Itinerary. Any Medical/rescue evacuation due to mishaps.
  • Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary/ stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control.
  • Anything that is not included under the “inclusions”.

 


Additional Information

Food menu

Day 01:

Own arrangement

Day 02:

Breakfast – Puttu and kadala curry & Tea

Lunch – Normal veg meals

Dinner – Ghee rice and chicken chilly

Day 03:

Breakfast – Poori - Bhaji & Tea

Lunch – Veg meals

Dinner – Chicken biriyani

Day 04: 

Breakfast – Appam – kadala curry

Lunch – Normal Veg meals

Dinner – Ghee rice & Chicken curry 

(The food menu might change depending on availability)


IPR Student Tours (Banglore – Mysore - Ooty) - 3N/4D


Bangalore also known as Bengaluru, is the capital of the Indian state of Karnataka. It is India's third-largest city with an estimated population of 8,474,970 (2011).

In a recent survey, conducted by the global HR consultancy Mercer, Bangalore was voted the most livable city in India, beating Mumbai, Chennai, New Delhi and Kolkata. In terms of cleanliness, Bangalore ranks 12th in India.

Once called the "Garden City of India" and the "Pensioner's Paradise", these epithets no longer apply to Bangalore, which is now a large, cosmopolitan city with diminishing green spaces and a large working population. Bangalore is the major center of India's IT industry, popularly known as the Silicon Valley of India

Mysore, also known as Mysuru, is Karnataka's second biggest city, situated in Southern India. The city has recorded history dating back a thousand years and a mythical history which explains the origin of the name - apparently, this was the place where the demon Mahishasura was slain by the Goddess Chamundi.

In recorded times, the city rose to prominence when it became the capital of a breakaway feudatory of the Vijayanagara empire named Chamaraja Wodeyar in 1584. In 1610, he moved the capital to nearby Srirangapatna. Hyder Ali who was a commander in the army usurped power in the late 18th century. Hyder Ali was succeeded by his son Tipu Sultan, who fought and lost a war with the British, dying in battle in 1799.

The British restored the Wodeyars as their puppet rulers and moved the capital back to Mysore. The Wodeyars had substantial internal autonomy and the princely state of Mysore (which comprised a large portion of present-day Karnataka) was probably the best administered in India. After independence, the state was merged back to the Indian Union and the capital of Mysore state was moved to nearby Bangalore where the British maintained their army. The name of the state too was eventually changed to the more accurate "Karnataka" in 1973.

The dynasty is still well-loved and the people of Mysore are still nostalgic for the grandeur of the earlier times. The palaces built by the Wodeyars and the yearly celebration of Dusshera are holdovers of that period.

Ooty, short for Ootacamund (an anglicized name for Udhakamandala), is a popular hill resort in the state of Tamil Nadu in Southern India. Located in the mountainous range called the Nilgiris ("Blue Mountains"), it draws swarms of tourists every year. The weather is quite pleasant at a mean of 15-20°C around the year, dropping to lows of 0°C during winter. The landscape is marked by rolling hills covered with dense vegetation, smaller hills and plateaus covered with tea gardens, and eucalyptus trees


Trip at a glance

Day 01: School To Banglore
Day 02: Banglore Sightseeing - Mysore
Day 03: Mysore Sightseeing
Day 04: Mysore – Ooty Sightseeing - School

End of Services


Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 School To Banglore


Day 2 Banglore Sightseeing - Mysore

  •  Bangalore arrival and check in hotel
  • After fresh up and breakfast leave for local sightseeing
  • Proceed to visit Vishveswaraya technological museum, Lal bagh, Cubbon park, Bangalore metro & Shopping
  • Evening travel to Mysore
  •  Reach Mysore and check in hotel

           Overnight stay at the hotel

           (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) 


Day 3 Mysore Sightseeing

  • After fresh up and breakfast proceed to visit Mysore palace, Chamundi hills, Zoo, Srirangapattana
  • Free time for shopping
  • Evening return to hotel

          Overnight stay at the hotel

          (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) 


Day 4 Mysore – Ooty - School

  • After fresh up and breakfast check out hotel at 6 AM.
  • Travel to Ooty
  • Proceed to visit Tea factory, rose garden, Lake & Botanical garden
  • Evening return to school

          (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)


Inclusions

  • Accommodation on 4 sharing basis in hotels (non A/C rooms) 
  • Breakfast, lunch, dinner- Day 2 to Day 4 (veg & non veg)
  • All entry fees to above mentioned Places
  • Transportation on luxury non AC Vehicle with audio and video facility.
  • Tour manager and local tour guide
  • Sightseeing as per the itinerary

 


Exclusions

  • Any items of personal nature like Laundry, table bills, camera fee, tips or any other item.
  • Any Airfare, Train fare, Overland Journey which is not mentioned in the Itinerary. Any Medical/rescue evacuation due to mishaps.
  • Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary/ stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control.
  • Anything that is not included under the “inclusions”.

 


Additional Information

Food menu

Day 01:

Own arrangement

Day 02:

Breakfast – Puttu and kadala curry & Tea

Lunch – Normal veg meals

Dinner – Ghee rice and chicken chilly

Day 03:

Breakfast – Poori - Bhaji & Tea

Lunch – Veg meals

Dinner – Chicken biriyani

Day 04: 

Breakfast – Appam – kadala curry

Lunch – Normal Veg meals

Dinner – Ghee rice & Chicken curry 

(The food menu might change depending on availability)


IPR Student Tours (Banglore – Mysore - Ooty) - 3N/4D


Bangalore also known as Bengaluru, is the capital of the Indian state of Karnataka. It is India's third-largest city with an estimated population of 8,474,970 (2011).

In a recent survey, conducted by the global HR consultancy Mercer, Bangalore was voted the most livable city in India, beating Mumbai, Chennai, New Delhi and Kolkata. In terms of cleanliness, Bangalore ranks 12th in India.

Once called the "Garden City of India" and the "Pensioner's Paradise", these epithets no longer apply to Bangalore, which is now a large, cosmopolitan city with diminishing green spaces and a large working population. Bangalore is the major center of India's IT industry, popularly known as the Silicon Valley of India

Mysore, also known as Mysuru, is Karnataka's second biggest city, situated in Southern India. The city has recorded history dating back a thousand years and a mythical history which explains the origin of the name - apparently, this was the place where the demon Mahishasura was slain by the Goddess Chamundi.

In recorded times, the city rose to prominence when it became the capital of a breakaway feudatory of the Vijayanagara empire named Chamaraja Wodeyar in 1584. In 1610, he moved the capital to nearby Srirangapatna. Hyder Ali who was a commander in the army usurped power in the late 18th century. Hyder Ali was succeeded by his son Tipu Sultan, who fought and lost a war with the British, dying in battle in 1799.

The British restored the Wodeyars as their puppet rulers and moved the capital back to Mysore. The Wodeyars had substantial internal autonomy and the princely state of Mysore (which comprised a large portion of present-day Karnataka) was probably the best administered in India. After independence, the state was merged back to the Indian Union and the capital of Mysore state was moved to nearby Bangalore where the British maintained their army. The name of the state too was eventually changed to the more accurate "Karnataka" in 1973.

The dynasty is still well-loved and the people of Mysore are still nostalgic for the grandeur of the earlier times. The palaces built by the Wodeyars and the yearly celebration of Dusshera are holdovers of that period.

Ooty, short for Ootacamund (an anglicized name for Udhakamandala), is a popular hill resort in the state of Tamil Nadu in Southern India. Located in the mountainous range called the Nilgiris ("Blue Mountains"), it draws swarms of tourists every year. The weather is quite pleasant at a mean of 15-20°C around the year, dropping to lows of 0°C during winter. The landscape is marked by rolling hills covered with dense vegetation, smaller hills and plateaus covered with tea gardens, and eucalyptus trees


Trip at a glance

Day 01: School To Banglore
Day 02: Banglore Sightseeing - Mysore
Day 03: Mysore Sightseeing
Day 04: Mysore – Ooty Sightseeing - School

End of Services


Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 School To Banglore

.

Day 2 Banglore Sightseeing - Mysore

  •  Bangalore arrival and check in hotel
  • After fresh up and breakfast leave for local sightseeing
  • Proceed to visit Vishveswaraya technological museum, Lal bagh, Cubbon park, Bangalore metro & Shopping
  • Evening travel to Mysore
  •  Reach Mysore and check in hotel

           Overnight stay at the hotel

           (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) 

.

Day 3 Mysore Sightseeing

  • After fresh up and breakfast proceed to visit Mysore palace, Chamundi hills, Zoo, Srirangapattana
  • Free time for shopping
  • Evening return to hotel

          Overnight stay at the hotel

          (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) 

.

Day 4 Mysore – Ooty - School

  • After fresh up and breakfast check out hotel at 6 AM.
  • Travel to Ooty
  • Proceed to visit Tea factory, rose garden, Lake & Botanical garden
  • Evening return to school

          (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

.

Inclusions

  • Accommodation on 4 sharing basis in hotels (non A/C rooms) 
  • Breakfast, lunch, dinner- Day 2 to Day 4 (veg & non veg)
  • All entry fees to above mentioned Places
  • Transportation on luxury non AC Vehicle with audio and video facility.
  • Tour manager and local tour guide
  • Sightseeing as per the itinerary

 


Exclusions

  • Any items of personal nature like Laundry, table bills, camera fee, tips or any other item.
  • Any Airfare, Train fare, Overland Journey which is not mentioned in the Itinerary. Any Medical/rescue evacuation due to mishaps.
  • Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary/ stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control.
  • Anything that is not included under the “inclusions”.

 


Additional Information

Food menu

Day 01:

Own arrangement

Day 02:

Breakfast – Puttu and kadala curry & Tea

Lunch – Normal veg meals

Dinner – Ghee rice and chicken chilly

Day 03:

Breakfast – Poori - Bhaji & Tea

Lunch – Veg meals

Dinner – Chicken biriyani

Day 04: 

Breakfast – Appam – kadala curry

Lunch – Normal Veg meals

Dinner – Ghee rice & Chicken curry 

(The food menu might change depending on availability)