Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 Bengaluru

On arrival you will be greeted . escorted by India Pilgrimage Tour's Tour-Leader to your hotel.

Stay

Sandesh Kingston or similar hotels

Day 2 Bengaluru – Hassan

After breakfast proceed for the city tour of Bengaluru later proceed to Hassan There are numerous versions related to the naming of the city as 'Bangalore'. As per the information available in the Gazetteer of India, the term 'Bangalore' is an anglicized version of

Stay

Southern Star or similar hotels

Day 3 Hassan – Belur – Halibedu

After breakfast visit the temples of Belur and Halibedu After breakfast visit the temples of Belur and Halibedu. Belur was the early capital of the Hoysala Empire. With Halebidu which is only 16 km away, this is one of the major tourist destinations in Karnataka, India. Belur is located in Hassan district. According to inscriptions discovered here, it was also referred to as Velapuri.

Stay

Southern Star or similar hotels

Day 4 Hassan – Madikeri

After breakfast drive to Madikeri on arrival check in to the hotel Later proceed for city tour of Madikeri. . Madikeri, the district headquarters of Coorg, is situated at an elevation of 1525m. The town is dotted with red-tiled bungalows and has an old charm about it. The people of Coorg are Hindus belonging to the Kshatriya community and are known for their patriotism.

Stay

Southern Star or similar hotels

Day 5 Madikeri – Mysore

After breakfast drive to Mysore and on arrival check in to the hotel. Afternoon visit the palace The word Mysore is a corrupted version of

Stay

Sandesh the Prince or similar hotels

Day 6 Mysore – Somnathpur – Chamundi Hill

The Hoysala temple at Somnathpur is regarded as perfect in symmetry with exquisite stone carvings. The Somnathpur temple stands in the middle of a walled compound. All around the temple is an open verandah having 64 cells. The stellar shaped temple has carved pinnacles and a common Navranga.

Stay

Sandesh the Prince or similar hotels

Day 7 Mysore – Calicut

Kozhikode also known as Calicut is a city in the state of Kerala in southern India on the Malabar Coast. . Kozhikode is the third largest city in Kerala and is part of the second largest urban agglomeration in Kerala with a metropolitan population of 2,030,519 as per 2011 census The city lies about 380 kilometers (236 mi) north of the state capitalThiruvananthapuram.

Stay

Sandesh the Prince or similar hotels

Day 8 Calicut – Cochin

After breakfast drive to Cochin and on arrival check in to hotel. Cochin has been variously hailed as Queen of the Arabian Sea, Venice of Orient, etc.

Stay

Vasco da Gama or similar hotels

Day 9 Cochin

After breakfast proceed for city tour of Cochin After breakfast sightseeing of Cochin a city till today influenced by medieval Portugal, Holland and England You visit St. Francis Sightseeing Cochin - Chinese Fishing Nets Church, the Mattancherry Palace or

Stay

Abaam or similar hotels

Day 10 Cochin - Backwaters.

After breakfast drive to the jetty to board House boat (Kettuvallom) on the World famous Backwaters of Kerala.

Stay

Abaam Or Similar Hotels

Day 11 Backwaters – Periyar

After breakfast on the rice boat (Kettuvallom) get down at Kumarakom drive to Periyar National Park, which is a unique wildlife sanctuary and is about 780 sq. km centered on an artificial lake fed by the Periyar River.

Stay

IPR House Boat

Day 12 Periyar – Madurai

Today morning, enjoy Boat ride in Periyar Tiger Reserve. . It is an example of nature's bounty, with great scenic charm, rich bio diversity and providing veritable visitor satisfaction. Later drive to Madurai.

Stay

Astoria By sparsha or similar hotels

Day 13 Madurai

After breakfast visit the city that offers a grand ceremonial tank of water called Mariamma with its temple in the middle. Meenakshi Devi temple Also visit the famous Meenakshi Temple that is an outstanding example of Vijay nagar temple architecture.Visit the Thirumalai Nayak Palace, a palace in Indo Saracenic style built in 1636, with huge domes and 240 columns rising to 12 m, a beautiful garden and an attached museum.

Stay

Astoria By sparsha or similar hotels

Day 14 Madurai – Trichy - Tanjore

After breakfast drive to Trichy. On arrival in Trichy, visit the Rock Fort and also do the excursion to Srirangam the big temple city, which lies on an island on the Kaveri.

Stay

Star Residency or similar hotels

Day 15 Trichy to Tanjore

After breakfast drive tanjore and on arrival, visit Brihadisvara Temple, which is the Jewel of South India, built in 9th century. The magnificent main temple has a 62 meter height Tanjoremana (tallest in India), which is topped by dome carved from an 80 ton lock of granite. A 6.5-km long wooden ramp was built to climb it.

Stay

Star Residency or similar hotels

Day 16 Trichy – Mahabalipuram

After breakfast drive to Mahabalipuram. Mamallapuram also called Mahabalipuram or Seven Pagodas, historic town, northeast Tamil Nadu state, southeastern India.

Stay

Mamalla Heritage or similar hotels

Day 17 Mahabalipuram – Kanchipuram

After breakfast drive to Kanchipuram, Kancheepuram District had been administered by the Pallavas, Cholas, Vijayanagar rulers, Muslim Kings, and the British before Independence. Tondaimandalam was an ancient division of Tamil country comprising roughly the present districts of Kancheepuram, Chennai, Tiruvallur, Vellore and Tiruvannamalai. The capital of Thondaimandalam was Kancheepuram.The Major breakthrough in the district administration was in 1788 when, for the first time, Collector was appointed to the district. The district was split up into two divisions, Northern and Southern and placed fewer than two Collectors. The names of the Collectors during 1790's were Clerk and Balfour.

Stay

Mamalla Heritage or similar hotels

Day 18 Mahabalipuram – Chennai

After breakfast drive to Chennai The history of Chennai illustrates that the city is about 400 years old and is also the 36th metropolitan city all across the world. The historical past of the city begins from the ancient rulers which were there in South India through colonization to the development in the 20th century. The Kapaleeshwarar temple, the Pallava Port and the Parthasarathi Temple of the 7th century are the effervescent facts to prove that the Chennai city has been present since the time immemorial. In early days though, Chennai was a group of many villages, hovering among the paddy fields, outlined by palm trees. The city was ruled by all the well-known dynasties of South India such as the Pallavas, the Cholas, the Pandyas and the Vijaynagar kingdom. However, it was in the beginning of the 16th century that things started to shape up for the future.

Stay

Mamalla Heritage or similar hotels

Day 19 Chennai departure

On time transfer to the international airport to connect flight back home. END OF SERVICE.

Inclusions

Accommodation in well-appointed rooms with TWN/DBL room basis.
Assistance, toll, taxes
Transport services as per itinerary by A/C Medium Car for Package.
Daily Breakfast in Hotels
All Meals in House Boat

Exclusions

Train/Flight Fares.
Guides / Entrances
Extra Supplements from Hotels.
Meals other than specified.
Items of personal nature viz. telephone calls, drinks, laundry bills, etc.
Anything which is not mentioned under “INCLUDES” header
05% Government Service Tax.

Additional Information

Above rate are net and non-commissionable to you.
Cost is based on 02 passengers travelling.
Check in 1400 hrs. and check out 1200hrs
Rooms in Munnar and Thekkady are Non Air Conditioned due to their High Altitude.
All meals inclusive for 1 night on the houseboat.
Air Conditioning operational times in AC Deluxe Houseboat will be from 09:00 pm to 06:00 am.
Air Conditioning operational times in AC Premium Houseboat will be from check in to check out.
Houseboat cruising time will be from 12:30 - 05:00 pm and 08:00 am to 09:00 am.
Dutch palace (Closed on Fridays) 08.00Hrs- 17.00Hrs
Jewish synagogue (Closed on Friday, Saturdays) 10.00Hrs-13.00 & 15.00hrs-17.00hrs)
Jewish synagogue (Closed on Friday, Saturdays) 10.00Hrs-13.00 & 15.00hrs-17.00hrs)
St. Francis church (Closed on Sundays) 09.30hrs-17.00hrs
David hall- (Closed on Monday) 09.30hrs-17.00hrs
Indo Portuguese museum (Closed on Mondays)
Santa cruz basilica (Closed on Sunday)
Spice market (Closed on Sunday)
All Monuments and Museum closed on Monday and Public holidays
Rooms are subject to available at the time of booking.
Keeping with the heightened security procedures at all hotels and House boat/Day cruise we request all guests to carry a photo-identity with address proof to present at check-in. Foreign nationals are required to present their Passport and valid visa. Indian nationals can present any one of the following: Passport, Driving License, Voter ID card, Aadhaar Card or Bank Pass Book with Photograph. Pan cards are not allowed.
Air - condition is switched off in hilly regions.
Early check-ins or late check-outs will be subject to availability and charged as per hotel policy.
The rates are valid for the dates of travel and hotels as indicated.
In case of any change in the dates of travel, amendment or rerouting of itinerary, change in hotels/room types, the costs will vary accordingly.
In the event of circumstances/situations such as road blockage due to strike/agitation, natural calamities, sickness evacuation, delay/cancellation of train/flight etc. Also, due to monsoon rains and extreme weather patterns journey time can vary enormously at all times of year, which is beyond our control
05 % GST Excluded.
Diwali & Christmas Peak season supplementary hike as per actual basis.


Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 Bengaluru

On arrival you will be greeted . escorted by India Pilgrimage Tour's Tour-Leader to your hotel.

Stay

Day 2 Bengaluru – Hassan

After breakfast proceed for the city tour of Bengaluru later proceed to Hassan There are numerous versions related to the naming of the city as 'Bangalore'. As per the information available in the Gazetteer of India, the term 'Bangalore' is an anglicized version of

Stay

Day 3 Hassan – Belur – Halibedu

After breakfast visit the temples of Belur and Halibedu After breakfast visit the temples of Belur and Halibedu. Belur was the early capital of the Hoysala Empire. With Halebidu which is only 16 km away, this is one of the major tourist destinations in Karnataka, India. Belur is located in Hassan district. According to inscriptions discovered here, it was also referred to as Velapuri.

Stay

Day 4 Hassan – Madikeri

After breakfast drive to Madikeri on arrival check in to the hotel Later proceed for city tour of Madikeri. . Madikeri, the district headquarters of Coorg, is situated at an elevation of 1525m. The town is dotted with red-tiled bungalows and has an old charm about it. The people of Coorg are Hindus belonging to the Kshatriya community and are known for their patriotism.

Day 5 Madikeri – Mysore

After breakfast drive to Mysore and on arrival check in to the hotel. Afternoon visit the palace The word Mysore is a corrupted version of

Stay

Day 6 Mysore – Somnathpur – Chamundi Hill

The Hoysala temple at Somnathpur is regarded as perfect in symmetry with exquisite stone carvings. The Somnathpur temple stands in the middle of a walled compound. All around the temple is an open verandah having 64 cells. The stellar shaped temple has carved pinnacles and a common Navranga.

Stay

Day 7 Mysore – Calicut

Kozhikode also known as Calicut is a city in the state of Kerala in southern India on the Malabar Coast. . Kozhikode is the third largest city in Kerala and is part of the second largest urban agglomeration in Kerala with a metropolitan population of 2,030,519 as per 2011 census The city lies about 380 kilometers (236 mi) north of the state capitalThiruvananthapuram.

Stay

Day 8 Calicut – Cochin

After breakfast drive to Cochin and on arrival check in to hotel. Cochin has been variously hailed as Queen of the Arabian Sea, Venice of Orient, etc.

Stay

Day 9 Cochin

After breakfast proceed for city tour of Cochin After breakfast sightseeing of Cochin a city till today influenced by medieval Portugal, Holland and England You visit St. Francis Sightseeing Cochin - Chinese Fishing Nets Church, the Mattancherry Palace or

Stay

Day 10 Cochin - Backwaters.

After breakfast drive to the jetty to board House boat (Kettuvallom) on the World famous Backwaters of Kerala.

Stay

Day 11 Backwaters – Periyar

After breakfast on the rice boat (Kettuvallom) get down at Kumarakom drive to Periyar National Park, which is a unique wildlife sanctuary and is about 780 sq. km centered on an artificial lake fed by the Periyar River.

Stay

Day 12 Periyar – Madurai

Today morning, enjoy Boat ride in Periyar Tiger Reserve. . It is an example of nature's bounty, with great scenic charm, rich bio diversity and providing veritable visitor satisfaction. Later drive to Madurai.

Stay

Day 13 Madurai

After breakfast visit the city that offers a grand ceremonial tank of water called Mariamma with its temple in the middle. Meenakshi Devi temple Also visit the famous Meenakshi Temple that is an outstanding example of Vijay nagar temple architecture.Visit the Thirumalai Nayak Palace, a palace in Indo Saracenic style built in 1636, with huge domes and 240 columns rising to 12 m, a beautiful garden and an attached museum.

Stay

Day 14 Madurai – Trichy - Tanjore

After breakfast drive to Trichy. On arrival in Trichy, visit the Rock Fort and also do the excursion to Srirangam the big temple city, which lies on an island on the Kaveri.

Stay

Day 15 Trichy to Tanjore

After breakfast drive tanjore and on arrival, visit Brihadisvara Temple, which is the Jewel of South India, built in 9th century. The magnificent main temple has a 62 meter height Tanjoremana (tallest in India), which is topped by dome carved from an 80 ton lock of granite. A 6.5-km long wooden ramp was built to climb it.

Stay

Day 16 Trichy – Mahabalipuram

After breakfast drive to Mahabalipuram. Mamallapuram also called Mahabalipuram or Seven Pagodas, historic town, northeast Tamil Nadu state, southeastern India.

Stay

Day 17 Mahabalipuram – Kanchipuram

After breakfast drive to Kanchipuram, Kancheepuram District had been administered by the Pallavas, Cholas, Vijayanagar rulers, Muslim Kings, and the British before Independence. Tondaimandalam was an ancient division of Tamil country comprising roughly the present districts of Kancheepuram, Chennai, Tiruvallur, Vellore and Tiruvannamalai. The capital of Thondaimandalam was Kancheepuram.The Major breakthrough in the district administration was in 1788 when, for the first time, Collector was appointed to the district. The district was split up into two divisions, Northern and Southern and placed fewer than two Collectors. The names of the Collectors during 1790's were Clerk and Balfour.

Stay

Day 18 Mahabalipuram – Chennai

After breakfast drive to Chennai The history of Chennai illustrates that the city is about 400 years old and is also the 36th metropolitan city all across the world. The historical past of the city begins from the ancient rulers which were there in South India through colonization to the development in the 20th century. The Kapaleeshwarar temple, the Pallava Port and the Parthasarathi Temple of the 7th century are the effervescent facts to prove that the Chennai city has been present since the time immemorial. In early days though, Chennai was a group of many villages, hovering among the paddy fields, outlined by palm trees. The city was ruled by all the well-known dynasties of South India such as the Pallavas, the Cholas, the Pandyas and the Vijaynagar kingdom. However, it was in the beginning of the 16th century that things started to shape up for the future.

Stay

Day 19 Chennai departure

On time transfer to the international airport to connect flight back home. END OF SERVICE.

Inclusions

Accommodation in well-appointed rooms with TWN/DBL room basis.
Assistance, toll, taxes
Transport services as per itinerary by A/C Medium Car for Package.
Daily Breakfast in Hotels
All Meals in House Boat

Exclusions

Train/Flight Fares.
Guides / Entrances
Extra Supplements from Hotels.
Meals other than specified.
Items of personal nature viz. telephone calls, drinks, laundry bills, etc.
Anything which is not mentioned under “INCLUDES” header
05% Government Service Tax.

Additional Information

Above rate are net and non-commissionable to you.
Cost is based on 02 passengers travelling.
Check in 1400 hrs. and check out 1200hrs
Rooms in Munnar and Thekkady are Non Air Conditioned due to their High Altitude.
All meals inclusive for 1 night on the houseboat.
Air Conditioning operational times in AC Deluxe Houseboat will be from 09:00 pm to 06:00 am.
Air Conditioning operational times in AC Premium Houseboat will be from check in to check out.
Houseboat cruising time will be from 12:30 - 05:00 pm and 08:00 am to 09:00 am.
Dutch palace (Closed on Fridays) 08.00Hrs- 17.00Hrs
Jewish synagogue (Closed on Friday, Saturdays) 10.00Hrs-13.00 & 15.00hrs-17.00hrs)
Jewish synagogue (Closed on Friday, Saturdays) 10.00Hrs-13.00 & 15.00hrs-17.00hrs)
St. Francis church (Closed on Sundays) 09.30hrs-17.00hrs
David hall- (Closed on Monday) 09.30hrs-17.00hrs
Indo Portuguese museum (Closed on Mondays)
Santa cruz basilica (Closed on Sunday)
Spice market (Closed on Sunday)
All Monuments and Museum closed on Monday and Public holidays
Rooms are subject to available at the time of booking.
Keeping with the heightened security procedures at all hotels and House boat/Day cruise we request all guests to carry a photo-identity with address proof to present at check-in. Foreign nationals are required to present their Passport and valid visa. Indian nationals can present any one of the following: Passport, Driving License, Voter ID card, Aadhaar Card or Bank Pass Book with Photograph. Pan cards are not allowed.
Air - condition is switched off in hilly regions.
Early check-ins or late check-outs will be subject to availability and charged as per hotel policy.
The rates are valid for the dates of travel and hotels as indicated.
In case of any change in the dates of travel, amendment or rerouting of itinerary, change in hotels/room types, the costs will vary accordingly.
In the event of circumstances/situations such as road blockage due to strike/agitation, natural calamities, sickness evacuation, delay/cancellation of train/flight etc. Also, due to monsoon rains and extreme weather patterns journey time can vary enormously at all times of year, which is beyond our control
05 % GST Excluded.
Diwali & Christmas Peak season supplementary hike as per actual basis.


Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 Bengaluru

On arrival you will be greeted . escorted by India Pilgrimage Tour's Tour-Leader to your hotel.

Stay

Day 2 Bengaluru – Hassan

After breakfast proceed for the city tour of Bengaluru later proceed to Hassan There are numerous versions related to the naming of the city as 'Bangalore'. As per the information available in the Gazetteer of India, the term 'Bangalore' is an anglicized version of

Stay

Day 3 Hassan – Belur – Halibedu

After breakfast visit the temples of Belur and Halibedu After breakfast visit the temples of Belur and Halibedu. Belur was the early capital of the Hoysala Empire. With Halebidu which is only 16 km away, this is one of the major tourist destinations in Karnataka, India. Belur is located in Hassan district. According to inscriptions discovered here, it was also referred to as Velapuri.

Stay

Day 4 Hassan – Madikeri

After breakfast drive to Madikeri on arrival check in to the hotel Later proceed for city tour of Madikeri. . Madikeri, the district headquarters of Coorg, is situated at an elevation of 1525m. The town is dotted with red-tiled bungalows and has an old charm about it. The people of Coorg are Hindus belonging to the Kshatriya community and are known for their patriotism.

Day 5 Madikeri – Mysore

After breakfast drive to Mysore and on arrival check in to the hotel. Afternoon visit the palace The word Mysore is a corrupted version of

Stay

Day 6 Mysore – Somnathpur – Chamundi Hill

The Hoysala temple at Somnathpur is regarded as perfect in symmetry with exquisite stone carvings. The Somnathpur temple stands in the middle of a walled compound. All around the temple is an open verandah having 64 cells. The stellar shaped temple has carved pinnacles and a common Navranga.

Stay

Day 7 Mysore – Calicut

Kozhikode also known as Calicut is a city in the state of Kerala in southern India on the Malabar Coast. . Kozhikode is the third largest city in Kerala and is part of the second largest urban agglomeration in Kerala with a metropolitan population of 2,030,519 as per 2011 census The city lies about 380 kilometers (236 mi) north of the state capitalThiruvananthapuram.

Stay

Day 8 Calicut – Cochin

After breakfast drive to Cochin and on arrival check in to hotel. Cochin has been variously hailed as Queen of the Arabian Sea, Venice of Orient, etc.

Stay

Day 9 Cochin

After breakfast proceed for city tour of Cochin After breakfast sightseeing of Cochin a city till today influenced by medieval Portugal, Holland and England You visit St. Francis Sightseeing Cochin - Chinese Fishing Nets Church, the Mattancherry Palace or

Stay

Day 10 Cochin - Backwaters.

After breakfast drive to the jetty to board House boat (Kettuvallom) on the World famous Backwaters of Kerala.

Stay

Day 11 Backwaters – Periyar

After breakfast on the rice boat (Kettuvallom) get down at Kumarakom drive to Periyar National Park, which is a unique wildlife sanctuary and is about 780 sq. km centered on an artificial lake fed by the Periyar River.

Stay

Day 12 Periyar – Madurai

Today morning, enjoy Boat ride in Periyar Tiger Reserve. . It is an example of nature's bounty, with great scenic charm, rich bio diversity and providing veritable visitor satisfaction. Later drive to Madurai.

Stay

Day 13 Madurai

After breakfast visit the city that offers a grand ceremonial tank of water called Mariamma with its temple in the middle. Meenakshi Devi temple Also visit the famous Meenakshi Temple that is an outstanding example of Vijay nagar temple architecture.Visit the Thirumalai Nayak Palace, a palace in Indo Saracenic style built in 1636, with huge domes and 240 columns rising to 12 m, a beautiful garden and an attached museum.

Stay

Day 14 Madurai – Trichy - Tanjore

After breakfast drive to Trichy. On arrival in Trichy, visit the Rock Fort and also do the excursion to Srirangam the big temple city, which lies on an island on the Kaveri.

Stay

Day 15 Trichy to Tanjore

After breakfast drive tanjore and on arrival, visit Brihadisvara Temple, which is the Jewel of South India, built in 9th century. The magnificent main temple has a 62 meter height Tanjoremana (tallest in India), which is topped by dome carved from an 80 ton lock of granite. A 6.5-km long wooden ramp was built to climb it.

Stay

Day 16 Trichy – Mahabalipuram

After breakfast drive to Mahabalipuram. Mamallapuram also called Mahabalipuram or Seven Pagodas, historic town, northeast Tamil Nadu state, southeastern India.

Stay

Day 17 Mahabalipuram – Kanchipuram

After breakfast drive to Kanchipuram, Kancheepuram District had been administered by the Pallavas, Cholas, Vijayanagar rulers, Muslim Kings, and the British before Independence. Tondaimandalam was an ancient division of Tamil country comprising roughly the present districts of Kancheepuram, Chennai, Tiruvallur, Vellore and Tiruvannamalai. The capital of Thondaimandalam was Kancheepuram.The Major breakthrough in the district administration was in 1788 when, for the first time, Collector was appointed to the district. The district was split up into two divisions, Northern and Southern and placed fewer than two Collectors. The names of the Collectors during 1790's were Clerk and Balfour.

Stay

Day 18 Mahabalipuram – Chennai

After breakfast drive to Chennai The history of Chennai illustrates that the city is about 400 years old and is also the 36th metropolitan city all across the world. The historical past of the city begins from the ancient rulers which were there in South India through colonization to the development in the 20th century. The Kapaleeshwarar temple, the Pallava Port and the Parthasarathi Temple of the 7th century are the effervescent facts to prove that the Chennai city has been present since the time immemorial. In early days though, Chennai was a group of many villages, hovering among the paddy fields, outlined by palm trees. The city was ruled by all the well-known dynasties of South India such as the Pallavas, the Cholas, the Pandyas and the Vijaynagar kingdom. However, it was in the beginning of the 16th century that things started to shape up for the future.

Stay

Day 19 Chennai departure

On time transfer to the international airport to connect flight back home. END OF SERVICE.

Inclusions

Accommodation in well-appointed rooms with TWN/DBL room basis.
Assistance, toll, taxes
Transport services as per itinerary by A/C Medium Car for Package.
Daily Breakfast in Hotels
All Meals in House Boat

Exclusions

Train/Flight Fares.
Guides / Entrances
Extra Supplements from Hotels.
Meals other than specified.
Items of personal nature viz. telephone calls, drinks, laundry bills, etc.
Anything which is not mentioned under “INCLUDES” header
05% Government Service Tax.

Additional Information

Above rate are net and non-commissionable to you.
Cost is based on 02 passengers travelling.
Check in 1400 hrs. and check out 1200hrs
Rooms in Munnar and Thekkady are Non Air Conditioned due to their High Altitude.
All meals inclusive for 1 night on the houseboat.
Air Conditioning operational times in AC Deluxe Houseboat will be from 09:00 pm to 06:00 am.
Air Conditioning operational times in AC Premium Houseboat will be from check in to check out.
Houseboat cruising time will be from 12:30 - 05:00 pm and 08:00 am to 09:00 am.
Dutch palace (Closed on Fridays) 08.00Hrs- 17.00Hrs
Jewish synagogue (Closed on Friday, Saturdays) 10.00Hrs-13.00 & 15.00hrs-17.00hrs)
Jewish synagogue (Closed on Friday, Saturdays) 10.00Hrs-13.00 & 15.00hrs-17.00hrs)
St. Francis church (Closed on Sundays) 09.30hrs-17.00hrs
David hall- (Closed on Monday) 09.30hrs-17.00hrs
Indo Portuguese museum (Closed on Mondays)
Santa cruz basilica (Closed on Sunday)
Spice market (Closed on Sunday)
All Monuments and Museum closed on Monday and Public holidays
Rooms are subject to available at the time of booking.
Keeping with the heightened security procedures at all hotels and House boat/Day cruise we request all guests to carry a photo-identity with address proof to present at check-in. Foreign nationals are required to present their Passport and valid visa. Indian nationals can present any one of the following: Passport, Driving License, Voter ID card, Aadhaar Card or Bank Pass Book with Photograph. Pan cards are not allowed.
Air - condition is switched off in hilly regions.
Early check-ins or late check-outs will be subject to availability and charged as per hotel policy.
The rates are valid for the dates of travel and hotels as indicated.
In case of any change in the dates of travel, amendment or rerouting of itinerary, change in hotels/room types, the costs will vary accordingly.
In the event of circumstances/situations such as road blockage due to strike/agitation, natural calamities, sickness evacuation, delay/cancellation of train/flight etc. Also, due to monsoon rains and extreme weather patterns journey time can vary enormously at all times of year, which is beyond our control
05 % GST Excluded.
Diwali & Christmas Peak season supplementary hike as per actual basis.


Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 Bengaluru

On arrival you will be greeted . escorted by India Pilgrimage Tour's Tour-Leader to your hotel..

Stay

Day 2 Bengaluru – Hassan

After breakfast proceed for the city tour of Bengaluru later proceed to Hassan There are numerous versions related to the naming of the city as 'Bangalore'. As per the information available in the Gazetteer of India, the term 'Bangalore' is an anglicized version of .

Stay

Day 3 Hassan – Belur – Halibedu

After breakfast visit the temples of Belur and Halibedu After breakfast visit the temples of Belur and Halibedu. Belur was the early capital of the Hoysala Empire. With Halebidu which is only 16 km away, this is one of the major tourist destinations in Karnataka, India. Belur is located in Hassan district. According to inscriptions discovered here, it was also referred to as Velapuri..

Stay

Day 4 Hassan – Madikeri

After breakfast drive to Madikeri on arrival check in to the hotel Later proceed for city tour of Madikeri. . Madikeri, the district headquarters of Coorg, is situated at an elevation of 1525m. The town is dotted with red-tiled bungalows and has an old charm about it. The people of Coorg are Hindus belonging to the Kshatriya community and are known for their patriotism..

Day 5 Madikeri – Mysore

After breakfast drive to Mysore and on arrival check in to the hotel. Afternoon visit the palace The word Mysore is a corrupted version of .

Stay

Day 6 Mysore – Somnathpur – Chamundi Hill

The Hoysala temple at Somnathpur is regarded as perfect in symmetry with exquisite stone carvings. The Somnathpur temple stands in the middle of a walled compound. All around the temple is an open verandah having 64 cells. The stellar shaped temple has carved pinnacles and a common Navranga. .

Stay

Day 7 Mysore – Calicut

Kozhikode also known as Calicut is a city in the state of Kerala in southern India on the Malabar Coast. . Kozhikode is the third largest city in Kerala and is part of the second largest urban agglomeration in Kerala with a metropolitan population of 2,030,519 as per 2011 census The city lies about 380 kilometers (236 mi) north of the state capitalThiruvananthapuram..

Stay

Day 8 Calicut – Cochin

After breakfast drive to Cochin and on arrival check in to hotel. Cochin has been variously hailed as Queen of the Arabian Sea, Venice of Orient, etc..

Stay

Day 9 Cochin

After breakfast proceed for city tour of Cochin After breakfast sightseeing of Cochin a city till today influenced by medieval Portugal, Holland and England You visit St. Francis Sightseeing Cochin - Chinese Fishing Nets Church, the Mattancherry Palace or .

Stay

Day 10 Cochin - Backwaters.

After breakfast drive to the jetty to board House boat (Kettuvallom) on the World famous Backwaters of Kerala. .

Stay

Day 11 Backwaters – Periyar

After breakfast on the rice boat (Kettuvallom) get down at Kumarakom drive to Periyar National Park, which is a unique wildlife sanctuary and is about 780 sq. km centered on an artificial lake fed by the Periyar River. .

Stay

Day 12 Periyar – Madurai

Today morning, enjoy Boat ride in Periyar Tiger Reserve. . It is an example of nature's bounty, with great scenic charm, rich bio diversity and providing veritable visitor satisfaction. Later drive to Madurai..

Stay

Day 13 Madurai

After breakfast visit the city that offers a grand ceremonial tank of water called Mariamma with its temple in the middle. Meenakshi Devi temple Also visit the famous Meenakshi Temple that is an outstanding example of Vijay nagar temple architecture.Visit the Thirumalai Nayak Palace, a palace in Indo Saracenic style built in 1636, with huge domes and 240 columns rising to 12 m, a beautiful garden and an attached museum..

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Day 14 Madurai – Trichy - Tanjore

After breakfast drive to Trichy. On arrival in Trichy, visit the Rock Fort and also do the excursion to Srirangam the big temple city, which lies on an island on the Kaveri..

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Day 15 Trichy to Tanjore

After breakfast drive tanjore and on arrival, visit Brihadisvara Temple, which is the Jewel of South India, built in 9th century. The magnificent main temple has a 62 meter height Tanjoremana (tallest in India), which is topped by dome carved from an 80 ton lock of granite. A 6.5-km long wooden ramp was built to climb it. .

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Day 16 Trichy – Mahabalipuram

After breakfast drive to Mahabalipuram. Mamallapuram also called Mahabalipuram or Seven Pagodas, historic town, northeast Tamil Nadu state, southeastern India..

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Day 17 Mahabalipuram – Kanchipuram

After breakfast drive to Kanchipuram, Kancheepuram District had been administered by the Pallavas, Cholas, Vijayanagar rulers, Muslim Kings, and the British before Independence. Tondaimandalam was an ancient division of Tamil country comprising roughly the present districts of Kancheepuram, Chennai, Tiruvallur, Vellore and Tiruvannamalai. The capital of Thondaimandalam was Kancheepuram.The Major breakthrough in the district administration was in 1788 when, for the first time, Collector was appointed to the district. The district was split up into two divisions, Northern and Southern and placed fewer than two Collectors. The names of the Collectors during 1790's were Clerk and Balfour..

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Day 18 Mahabalipuram – Chennai

After breakfast drive to Chennai The history of Chennai illustrates that the city is about 400 years old and is also the 36th metropolitan city all across the world. The historical past of the city begins from the ancient rulers which were there in South India through colonization to the development in the 20th century. The Kapaleeshwarar temple, the Pallava Port and the Parthasarathi Temple of the 7th century are the effervescent facts to prove that the Chennai city has been present since the time immemorial. In early days though, Chennai was a group of many villages, hovering among the paddy fields, outlined by palm trees. The city was ruled by all the well-known dynasties of South India such as the Pallavas, the Cholas, the Pandyas and the Vijaynagar kingdom. However, it was in the beginning of the 16th century that things started to shape up for the future..

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Day 19 Chennai departure

On time transfer to the international airport to connect flight back home. END OF SERVICE. .

Inclusions

Accommodation in well-appointed rooms with TWN/DBL room basis.
Assistance, toll, taxes
Transport services as per itinerary by A/C Medium Car for Package.
Daily Breakfast in Hotels
All Meals in House Boat

Exclusions

Train/Flight Fares.
Guides / Entrances
Extra Supplements from Hotels.
Meals other than specified.
Items of personal nature viz. telephone calls, drinks, laundry bills, etc.
Anything which is not mentioned under “INCLUDES” header
05% Government Service Tax.

Additional Information

Above rate are net and non-commissionable to you.
Cost is based on 02 passengers travelling.
Check in 1400 hrs. and check out 1200hrs
Rooms in Munnar and Thekkady are Non Air Conditioned due to their High Altitude.
All meals inclusive for 1 night on the houseboat.
Air Conditioning operational times in AC Deluxe Houseboat will be from 09:00 pm to 06:00 am.
Air Conditioning operational times in AC Premium Houseboat will be from check in to check out.
Houseboat cruising time will be from 12:30 - 05:00 pm and 08:00 am to 09:00 am.
Dutch palace (Closed on Fridays) 08.00Hrs- 17.00Hrs
Jewish synagogue (Closed on Friday, Saturdays) 10.00Hrs-13.00 & 15.00hrs-17.00hrs)
Jewish synagogue (Closed on Friday, Saturdays) 10.00Hrs-13.00 & 15.00hrs-17.00hrs)
St. Francis church (Closed on Sundays) 09.30hrs-17.00hrs
David hall- (Closed on Monday) 09.30hrs-17.00hrs
Indo Portuguese museum (Closed on Mondays)
Santa cruz basilica (Closed on Sunday)
Spice market (Closed on Sunday)
All Monuments and Museum closed on Monday and Public holidays
Rooms are subject to available at the time of booking.
Keeping with the heightened security procedures at all hotels and House boat/Day cruise we request all guests to carry a photo-identity with address proof to present at check-in. Foreign nationals are required to present their Passport and valid visa. Indian nationals can present any one of the following: Passport, Driving License, Voter ID card, Aadhaar Card or Bank Pass Book with Photograph. Pan cards are not allowed.
Air - condition is switched off in hilly regions.
Early check-ins or late check-outs will be subject to availability and charged as per hotel policy.
The rates are valid for the dates of travel and hotels as indicated.
In case of any change in the dates of travel, amendment or rerouting of itinerary, change in hotels/room types, the costs will vary accordingly.
In the event of circumstances/situations such as road blockage due to strike/agitation, natural calamities, sickness evacuation, delay/cancellation of train/flight etc. Also, due to monsoon rains and extreme weather patterns journey time can vary enormously at all times of year, which is beyond our control
05 % GST Excluded.
Diwali & Christmas Peak season supplementary hike as per actual basis.