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Suggested Itinerary
Day 01-02 : Bangalore
Day 03-04 : Hassan
Day 05-06 : Coorg
Day 07-08 : Mysore
Day 09 : Vythiri (Wayanad)
Day 10 : Calicut
Day 11-12 : Cochin
Day 13 : Houseboat
Day 14-15 : Marari
Day 16 : Cochin Departure
The above itinerary is fully flexible to accommodate your personal preferences & schedule. We would be happy to customize it to suit your needs.
Southern Panorama- 15 Nights/16 Days

Destinations Covered – Bangalore-Hassan-Coorg-Mysore-Vythiri-Calicut-Cochin-Houseboat-Marari.
Recommended Period - Regular High Peak
Bangalore is the capital of Karnataka state. Originally founded in 1537 by Kempe Gowda, a Magadi chieftain, who built a mud fort with four watch towers marking the city limits, which he called Bengaluru. It became a British garrison town in 1809. The British built wide avenues, classic bungalows, Gothic churches and museums. Bangalore, the capital city of Karnataka, is a veritable melting pot of various races and cultures and is one of the most cosmopolitain and modern cities of India. Also known as the Garden city and Silicon Valley of India has well - laid out parks, gardens, long avenues of blossoming trees and salubrious climate.
Hassan is the base for visiting Belur and Halebid. Hassan is a picturesque town in the heart of Malnad with rich vegetation and pleas¬ant climate. It was founded in the 11th century, by Channa Krishnappa Naik, a Palegar. The place is called Hassan after the Goddess "Hasanamba", the smiling Goddess, presiding deity of the town. The temple of Hasanamba will be opened only once in a year about a week, during the second Ashwayuja (October). A big Jatra (shandi or fair) will be held on this occasion.
Coorg is the picturesque land of coffee, cardamom, colonels, and the Cauvery. It is located in a beautiful hilly setting surrounded by the forested slopes of the Western Ghats. Here, time seems to have stopped. Dotted with a cluster of red-roofed dwellings and a bustling bazaar, the town, situated at an elevation of 1525m, has a charming old-world look.
Mysore was the political capital of the Wodeyar dynasty which ruled the state of Karnataka for some 150 years till the independence of the country from the British. These kings were great patrons of art and culture and Mysore was the cultural capital of the south. Mysore is a city of palaces, gardens, shady avenues and sacred temples and retains some of the charm of the old world with its many institutions that propagate Carnatic Classical music and dance.
Vythiri (Wayanad)
Wayanad A bio-diverse region spread across 2,132 square kilometers on the lofty Western Ghats, It is one of the few districts in Kerala that has been able to retain its pristine nature. Hidden away in the hills of this land are some of the oldest tribes, as yet untouched by civilization. The very first prehistoric engravings in Kerala discovered in this region which bear the testimony to a pre-historic culture dating back to the Mesolithic Age. Strikingly scenic, it is known for its sub-tropical savannahs, picturesque hill stations, sprawling spice plantations, luxuriant forests and rich cultural traditions. A holistic confluence of wilderness, history and culture.
Calicut or Kozhikode is situated in the south Indian state of Kerala on the southwest coast of the Arabian Sea. Basking in the idyllic setting of the serene Arabian Sea on the west and mesmeric peaks of the Wayanad hills on the east, it has all the required ingredients to fascinate a tourist. This is a perfect destination to relax and rejuvenate.
Cochin (Kochi)
Cochin, 'Queen of the Arabian sea' and also one of the gateway to Kerala.. The city is built up on a cluster of islands and peninsulas consisting mainland Ernakulam, the islands of Willington, Bolgatty and Gundu in the harbor.From time immemorial Arabs, Chinese, Dutch, British and Portuguese seafarers followed the sea route to Cochin and left their impressions in the town. The Chinese fishing nets, believed to be erected in 1350 AD, swaying in the breeze over backwaters, the Jewish Synagogue, Dutch Palace, Portuguese Architecture, Bolghatty Palace etc. enrich the heritage of Kerala.
Today’s houseboats traditionally known as Kettuvallams (which translates literally into ‘sewn canoes’) are large roomy canoes, which were once used to transport spices, chilies, coconuts, coir, rice etc; to the big trading vessels waiting at Kochi harbour as many as two thousand years back. These also doubled as floating homes for the oarsman and his family. Today, these have been converted into cozy yet eco-friendly houseboats which are perfect to explore the mesmerizing waterways of Kerala and observe the unhurried pace of kaleidoscopic everyday life along her banks.
Marari Beach
Marari offers endless miles of superb sand beaches backed by swaying palms, virgin territory where you can experience the local charm. The village of Mararikulam tucked away behind a line of dense palms that rise like a sudden rampart of green out of the sands The isolation of the islands have ensured the preservation of their pure culture and pristine nature, right to the present day. An authentic experience of the world of Kerala's traditional fishing villages, and a recreation of an ancient, harmonious way of life.
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