Kerala Karnataka Tour







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Bienheureux avec des rivires fleuries, des backwaters langoureux, des sanctuaires de la faune, une verdure luxuriante et de beaux temples anciens avec un style architectural exquis, le Karnataka et le Kerala sont les deux joyaux de l'Inde du Sud, qui constituent ensemble un forfait de vacances parfait.

Lorsque la visite des backwaters du Kerala est combine avec la visite touristique du Karnataka, on a l'occasion d'apprcier les sites touristiques clbres des deux tats en une seule fois. Le forfait Kerala et Karnataka vous permettra de visiter des backwaters impressionnants ainsi que de savourer le splendide patrimoine de la rgion au milieu du calme apaisant du Kerala. De plus, les touristes reconnatront galement les difices que les anciens dirigeants ont construits il y a des sicles.

La visite du temple Karnataka Kerala vous permettra de visiter plusieurs temples bien connus. Ces temples se vantent de la plus belle architecture et des uvres d'art incrustes. La visite vous emmne galement dans un voyage passionnant au cours duquel vous pourrez savourer des dlices allchants, acheter de l'art et de l'artisanat spectaculaires et participer aux festivals colors. De plus, vous apprenez reconnatre la culture et les traditions de l'Inde du Sud.

Au cours de la visite de 13 jours, les touristes visiteront divers sites touristiques dans les tats du sud de l'Inde, le Kerala et le Karnataka. Certains des plus populaires sont Bangalore, Mysore, Alappuzha et Kochi. Pendant la visite, tous vos besoins et dsirs seront pris en charge. Vous obtiendrez le meilleur de tout, y compris l'hbergement, le transport, la nourriture, le guide, etc. Dans l'ensemble, la visite vous permettra de crer des souvenirs pour toute une vie et ce sera srement une exprience unique pour vous et vos proches.

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Bengaluru - Visitez le Lal Bagh, le palais du Maharaja, les temples, etc.

Arrival in Bengaluru and straight proceed to Mysore.

Mysore also known as Mysooru served as the capital city of the Mysore Princely Kingdom for nearly from the 14th century to 1947. Mysore is known as the city of palaces and quite famous for its Dussehra festival, was the capital of the erstwhile Mysore Kingdom. Mysore was ruled by the Wadiyars excepting for some time in the 18th century when Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan ruled this place. The Wadiyars were great patrons of art and culture which benefited the cultural growth of the city, due to which Mysore is called the Cultural capital of Karnataka

Arrive Mysore and transfer to a hotel. Overnight at Hotel in Mysore

Highlights: Bengaluru - Visit the Lal Bagh, Maharaja's Palace, Temples, etc.

Mysore - Visitez le palais de Mysore, la galerie d'art, la colline Chamundi, le taureau Nandi, etc.

Breakfast at the hotel and proceed for the morning city tour of Mysore. We will take you to the Mysore palace that was originally built by the Maharaja of Mysore in the year 1911-1912. The palace is of harmonious synthesis of the Hindu and Saracenic styles of architecture having archways, domes, turrets, colonnades and sculptures. Visit the art gallery. Drive to the Chamundi hill to visit the Chamundeshwari Temple. From the hill itself you will get a panoramic view of the city of Mysore. On your way back to Mysore, visit the Nandi bull. Mysore is a good place for buying the famous "Mysore silk".

Today you have the afternoon at leisure.

Overnight at Hotel in Mysore.

Highlights: Mysore - Visit the Mysore palace, art gallery, Chamundi hill, Nandi bull, etc.

Observation de la faune.

You will spend the morning and the evening to view wildlife in the sanctuary, the highest density of herbivores in Asia. The wild life that you find here are leopards, tigers, wild dogs, sloth bears, jackals, hyena, wild boar, elephants, chital sambar barking deer, gaur (Indian bison), mouse deer, four-horned antelopes, porcupine, hare, mongoose, Indian giant flying squirrel, red giant flying squirrel, palm civet, and many more. Out of more than 250 birds spotted here, some are white-backed vulture, greater grey headed fish eagle, red headed vulture, Nilgiri wood-pigeon, greater spotted eagle, parakeet, grey hornbill, the white cheeked barbet, white bellied treepie, Indian scimitar babbler Malabar whistling thrush, Indian robin, painted bush quail Sirkeer malkhoa, and Indian peafowl. Moreover, it is home to Jenu Kuruba as well as Koraga tribes.

Overnight is in Nagarhole.

Highlights: Wildlife watching.

Visite de Sulthan Bathery.

Breakfast at Hotel and proceed to explore this small town.

This place is familiar for tribes like Kurumas, Paniyas, Kadans, Ooralis, as well as Kattunaikkans. The important places of interest to visit here are Ganapati temple, Jain temple, Bathery Jumma Masjid and many more. While the Jain temple was used as an ammunition store, Bathery Jumma Masjid is familiar for its huge space as it can accommodate near about 1000 worshippers. The beauty of the Ganapati temple will mesmerize you. People come to the Mariyamman Temple, mainly in February or March to witness and experience the annual festival. If you are a trekker, you can reach the nearby Edakkal Caves, popular for the Stone Age pictorial writings on their walls. Also visit Thovarimala Ezhuthupara, famous for the same.

Overnight at Hotel in Sulthan Bathery.

Highlights: Tour of Sulthan Bathery.

Visite de la Thalasserie.

Breakfast at Hotel and proceed to explore the historical town as well as the nearby places.

Being the cultural hub of Malabar, it draws tourists all over the year. Moreover, a combination of beautiful coastline, rivers, hills, as well as canal tempts the nature lovers. During the reign of British, the river Mahe was familiar as the English Channel because it separated Thalassery from the French controlled Mahe. The Chatayam celebrations take place on the birth anniversary of Shri Narayana Guru, and the people decorated their houses with lights and many other things. If you want to satiate your taste buds with Malabar cuisine, you should relish the dishes. The places of interest that you will visit include Muzhappilangad Beach, Sree Andaloor Kavu, Odathil Palli, Sree Jagannath Temple, as well as the Garden Mosque.

Overnight at Hotel in Thalassery.

Highlights: Tour of Thalassery.

Nuit dans une pniche.

This day is at leisure. You can relax and enjoy nature which Alappuzha, a home to vast network of waterways has to offer. This magnificent city along with abundant canals meandering through the town is a chief destination for tourists who are visiting Kerala. The backwaters linked the large lakes with canals and rivers. Board a houseboat and experience the charm of staying in the boat that is acquainted as kettuvallam. Used to ferry the grain, the boats are like floating cottages along with thatched roof that offers protection from the rain and sun. Moreover, you will get toilets, a sleeping area, and a sit out area, a dining area and many more on the deck. The staff members prepare mouthwatering foods. Spend the night in the houseboat.

Highlights: Overnight in a Houseboat.

Nuit dans une pniche.

On day 11 , you will explore the beautiful city of Alappuzha. The places where you will visit here are Mannarasala Temple, Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple, Mullakkal Temple, Chettikulangara Devi Temple, Krishnapuram Palace, and many more. Dating back to 790 AD, and built by Chembakasserry Pooradam Thirunal-Devanarayanan Thampuran, the Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple is a wonderful thing to witness. With more than 300,000 images of snakes, the ancient Mannarasala Sree Nagaraja Temple attracts the devotees of god Nagaraja. And the most beautiful among them is 1200 years old Chettikulangara Sree Bhagavathi temple. Here the goddess appears in a different way in the different time of the day- as Maha Saraswati in the morning, as Maha Lakshmi at noon, as well as Sri Durga or Bhadrakali in the evening. Built by Anizham Thirunal Marthanda Varm in the 18th century, the Krishnapuram Palace houses a museum. Overnight is in Alappuzha.

Highlights: Overnight in a Houseboat.

Kochi - Visitez les glises portugaises, les mosques, les temples et une synagogue juive.

Today morning, you will be transferred to Kochi, previously known as Cochin. Called the ‘Queen of Arabian Sea’, this has remained the popular center in all over the world for the trade of spices. Derived from the Malayalam term “Kochazhi '' that means a small lagoon, this city was placed in the world map by Vasco-de-Gama. Enriched with the impressions of Arabs, Portuguese, British, and Dutch; Kochi is most probably the second most important city on the west coast of India. If you are an ardent lover of dance, Kathakali dance show will awestruck you.

During your afternoon city tour, you will be driven to some of the popular spots along with the ancient Portuguese churches, the magnificent temples and mosques as well as the Jewish synagogue. Kerala is also familiar with Chinese style fishing nets. The 10m long nets consists of a cantilever and an outstretched net that is suspended on the sea and the whole installation process six fishermen. If you could manage time, you can visit places like Kochi Fort, Marine Drive, Hill Palace, Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Cherai Beach, Kochi International Marina, and many more. Spend the night here.

Highlights: Kochi - Visi the Portuguese churches, mosques, temples and a Jewish synagogue.


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  • Accommodation with breakfast

  • Transfers/visits by chosen vehicle

  • Taxes and assistance

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  • Lunches

  • Dinners

  • Domestic airfares

  • Local guides

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