At the Cochin airport, you will see that our representative is waiting to give a warm welcome and later he will escort you to your hotel, previously reserved.
After upon arrival in Hotel discuss your tour itinerary with our representative in Lobby and after that our representative will help you to check into formalities.
Morning we will start the city tour of Chennai. We will start the tour from Chennai Museum (Closed on Friday). Following the drive through the flower & fruit market, Fort museum, Marina beach.
After breakfast proceed for sightseeing of Tirupati – visit Tirupati Temple, Agastyaswami Temple, Chandragiri Town, Kailasakona Waterfalls and Kalyani Dam. Overnight stay at Hotel in Tirupati.
After breakfast check out from Hotel and drive to Puttaparthi. On the way visit the Veerbhadra Temple at Lepshki. Check-in to the Hotel on arrival. Relax for a while and proceed for Puttaparthi sight seeing which includes the Sai Baba Ashram and Museum. Overnight stay at the Hotel in Puttaparthi.
After a leisurly breakfast drive to Bangalore. Upon arrival check into hotel.
Rest of the day is at leisure.
Morning proceed for sightseeing of Bangalore – visit Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Cubbon Park, Vidhana Soudha, Bangalore Palace, Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace,Bull Temple and St.Patrick's Church
After a leisurely breakfast proceed for the Mysore. Upon arrival check into hotel.
Afternoon proceed for the Mysore city Tour. Visit to Mysore Palace – it is built in Indo – sarcenic style with beautiful domes, arches, turrets, and colonnades. Later visit to Chamundi Hills. We will reached to Chamunda Devi by a 13 km road or by climbing up the 1000 steps laid out by the maharaja in the 17th Century. We will also visit the Brindavan Garden and Mysore Lake.
After a leisurely breakfast, we will proceed for Ooty. Upon arrival check into hotel
Nestled among some of the most spectacular mountains in Southern India. Ooty is located in the beautiful mountain ranged called the Nilgiris (Blue Mountains). The drive from Mysore to Ooty is this most beautiful drive in world as we will cross the rolling hills covered with dense vegetation, smaller hills and plateaus covered with tea gardens, the eucalyptus trees.
Rest of the day is at leisure for independent activities.
After a breakfast, we will visit Conoor, one of the most famous hill stations of the Nilgiri Hills by the famous toy train. It was in 1854 that the first plans were drawn to build a mountain railway from mettupalayam to Ooty. This railway is widely regarded as a marvel of engineering. The train itself is a charming blue and cream colours with wooden coaches and has large windows. It is hauled up hills by stream engines, designed and built by the Swiss Locomotive Works.
Following the train ride we will visit Botanical garden, Lamb's Rock and Ooty Lake.
Morning drive to Cochin. Upon arrival check into hotel.
Evening Kathkali Dance: Evening we will visit the Kathkali Dance. Kathkali dance is the one of most famous dance performance in Kerala. Kathakali draws its theme from the wealth of Indian mythology and folklore. Expressions of face and eyes hold the key to perfection. Unique among the Indian dance forms, Kathakali ranks high among the Indian dance forms. Noted for its archaic costumes, weird make up, the elaborately painted faces often mistaken for masks and grand headgears, Kathakali is perhaps the only dance form in India in which the masculine aspect of the dance is preserved in its elemental
Morning drive to Alleppey to board the Houseboat. Alleppey houseboat is the only medium to explore the scenic beauty of the backwaters, which are mesmerizing and offers you treat to the eyes. The houseboat in Alleppey slowly floating over the scenic backwater takes you to the world of wonderments passing through the scintillating natural beauty, terrific churches and emerald green paddy fields that offers sight that one can hardly forget.
Morning disembark from Houseboat and drive to Kovalam. Upon arrival check into hotel.
Kovalam is a beach town on the Arabian Sea in Kerala. Kovalam has three crescent shaped beaches separated by rocky outcroppings.
Day is at leisure for independent activities
Morning drive to Kanyakumari. Upon arrival check into hotel. Kanyakumari which includes the famous Vivekananda Rock, Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Resembling Centre and theThiruvalluvar Statue. In the evening you can watch the beautiful sunset of the Kanyakumari.
Morning drive to Rameshwaram. Upon arrival check into hotel.
Rest of the day is at leisure.
Rameshwaram sight seeing, which includes Sri Ramanathaswamy Temple, Dhanushkodi Temple, Hanuman Temple,Kothandaramaswamy Temple, Rama Tirtham (Gandamadana), Lakshmana Tirtham,Jatayu Tirtham, Gandhamadhana Parvatham, Badrakaliamman Temple,The Five-faced Hanuman Temple, Jada Tirtham, Nambu Nayagiamman Temple, Agnitheertham, Villoondi Tirtham, and Annai Indira Gandhi Road Bridge.
Following the tour drive to Madurai. Upon arrival check into hotel.
After the breakfast we will proceed for the sight seeing. Madurai is the largest city in Madurai. It is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities. We will visit the famous Meenakshi Temple. There are four entrances to this amazing temple complex set in 6 characters.
Evening witness the closing ceremony at Meenakshi Temple.
Morning after breakfast transfer to airport to board the flight to Mumbai. Meeting and assistance upon arrival at airport and transfer to hotel.
Later proceed for half day city tour. We will visit the following places.
One of the most prized chattels of the country, the Gateway of India is situated on the waterfront in South Mumbai. Anyone coming to Mumbai from this harbor is greeted by the huge monument, which stands as a authentication to the imperial bygone era of the city. As you pass through the gate from the city side, the first scene that looms into view is that of the waterfront of South Mumbai.
Crawford Market is situated to the north of the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus of Mumbai. It lies just contrary the headquarters of Mumbai Police. Authoritatively known as Mahatma Jyotirao Phule Market, Crawford Market is counted in the midst of the popular shopping areas of the city. Crawford Market has been built as per the Norman and Gothic style of architecture. At a height of 50 feet above its ground is a porthole awning, which brings sunlight into the market.
Prince of Wales Museum is the erstwhile name of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya of Mumbai. In 1905, its foundation stone was laid down, by George V - the Prince of Wales himself, who came on a visit to India. The splendid structure was designed by George Wittet, an architect. The construction work was concluded in 1914, but the structure was converted to a military hospital for the period of World War I. The full-fledged museum was inaugurated by Lady Lloyd in 1923.
is a veritable memoir of Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation. It is located at Laburnam Road in Mumbai, near Nana Chowk of Gamdevi. Also known as Gandhi Museum, Mani Bhavan served as the residence of the great freedom fighter of India between 1917 and 1934. Infact, Mahatma Gandhi started various struggle movements like Non-Cooperation, Satyagraha, Swadeshi, Khadi and Khilafat while residing here.
also known as Ferozeshah Mehta Gardens are the perfectly manicured terraced gardens on the slopes of the Malabar Hill, just opposite the Kamala Nehru Park.
A unique feature of Mumbai, the dhobi is a traditional laundryman, who will collect your dirty linen, wash it, and return it neatly pressed to your doorstep. All for a pittance. The "laundries" are called "ghats": row upon row of concrete wash pens, each fitted with its own flogging stone. The clothes are soaked in sudsy water, thrashed on the flogging stones, then tossed into huge vats of boiling starch and hung out to dry. Next they are ironed and piled into neat bundles. The most famous of these Dhobi Ghats is at Saat Rasta near Mahalaxmi Station where almost two hundred dhobis and their families work together in what has always been a hereditary occupation
Chowpatty is Mumbai's most famous beach. During the day, it is the hangout of the happily unemployed who snooze under the shade of its miniature trees. But in the evening the atmosphere is more like a carnival: kids screaming on Ferris wheels or taking pony rides, wayside astrologers making a quick buck, monkey shows, and even the odd self -styled gymnast who will demonstrate amazing yogic postures for a small fee. At one closing stages is a row of bhelpuri shops hawking Mumbai's most popular snack: crisp puffed rice and semolina doused in pungent chutneys, all scooped up with a flat, fried puri. You might even catch a film shoot or a street play. In short, for most tourists Chowpatty is where the action is.
Morning transfer to airport to board the flight to onward destinations.