12 Days |
Experience the allure of two different countries in just twelve days only at the India and Sri Lanka Tour package.
India is a country that is renowned for its unique cultures, castes, creeds, traditions, heritages, and monuments which serves as center of attraction to many tourists. The beauty of the country lies in fantastic destinations. At this package get to cover the main IT center Bangalore, and other neighboring locations Mysore and Ooty. Then, head for Sri Lanka that comprises of diverse landscapes and coastal towns. Here, visit the renowned business capital, Colombo.
Through the tour, spend time in the rich diversity and culture of India and Sri Lanka. Make this vacation your best by visiting two different countries with your friends, family, and acquaintances. Get to see carvings, temples, palaces, gardens, pavilions, museums, fortifications, beaches, cathedrals like never before.
The India and Sri Lanka Tour package begins at Bangalore from where you get transferred to exquisite locations such as Mysore and Ooty. From there you will leave to Sri Lanka where you will cover towns which include Colombo, Kandy, NuweraEliya, and Bentota. Experience and enjoy in 7 different places in 12 days. Witness famous landmarks that gives you an insight over India’s and Sri Lanka’s history and culture.
The India and Sri Lanka Tour package highlights include:
Upon your arrival at the Bangalore airport, you will get transferred to your hotel. Relax muscles and freshen. Bangalore is the capital of Karnataka. It is also known as the “Silicon Valley of India”, due to the presence of major high-tech industries. It is also known for its bustling nightlife and parks.
The first stop will be the Lal Bagh. It is beautiful garden consisting of a variety of flora. It has shrubs, bonsais, roses, and blossom trees. It also has a famous glasshouse and a fountain in the garden. On Independence Day and Republic Day, it has a beautiful display of rose. The next location you will be visiting is the Cubbon Park. It is a vibrant park. People who visit this location fall in love with the city of Bangalore. It has huge gardens, walking paths, a library, and open stages for drama. Many open poetry, dramas, and dog shows take place here. The next destination will be the Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace. The palace is known for its elegant architectural design and beautiful gardens. The palace was the summer home of the Mughal Emperor Tipu Sultan. The next location will be the ISKCON temple. It is a famous temple for Lord Krishna. It consists of a variety of stalls, shrines, and stores dedicated for the God. Inside main temple inside is surrounded by huge painting depicting life of Lord Krishna. Post journey, overnight at the hotel.
Wake up to a healthy breakfast at your hotel and head out for a marvelous journey to Mysore. Mysore was the capital of the Kingdom of Mysore. It is now called as the “cultural capital of Karnataka”. It was ruled by the Wadiyars and Mughal for a long period of time.
The first stop will be the Mysore Palace. The palace is an Indo-Saracenic palace that comprises of a durbar hall. It is surrounded by the Chamundi Hills. It was the royal residence of the rulers of Wadiyar dynasty. The next stop is the Chamundeshwari Temple. The temple is situated on the Chamundi hills. It is dedicated to the Hindi Goddess Durga or Chamundeshwari. The next location you will visit is the Brindavan Gardens. It is sited along the Krishnaragasagar Dam. It consists of several fountains and terraced gardens. Post tour, overnight at the hotel.
Today after breakfast, the day is at leisure. You can cover other places of interest that include Jaganmohan Palace, Krishnaragasagar Dam, St. Philomena’s Cathedral, Karanji Lake, and much more.
The Jaganmohan palace is a royal palace used by the Wadiyars. It was built in 1861. Now, it consists of marvelous paintings, carvings, and artworks that provide an insight over the city’s history. The Krishnaragasagar Dam was built in the 1911 over the river Kaveri. It offers a great view from the top. Here, you can go boat riding across the lake as well. The St. Philomena’s Cathedral is also called the “cathedral of the Diocese”. It has a Neo-Gothic architectural style. The cathedra comprises of a sanctuary, spires, and large stained glasses. The Karanji Lake is a huge 222 acre lake. It consists of a butterfly park and India’s largest walk-through aviary. It also a museum situated that provides an insight of great artworks. Post tour, in the evening you will get transferred to Ooty, where you will check into your new hotel.
Post breakfast, head out for an amazing tour across Ooty. Ooty is also known as Udhagamandalam. It is beautiful place for all wanderlusts and nature lovers. It is surrounded by roses, lakes, hills, and valleys.
The first stop will be the Ooty Lake. The serene lake offers many activities for tourists such as boating and rowing. It also has a majestic boathouse. The lake covers an area of 65 acres. The next stop will be the St. Stephen’s Church. It is one of the oldest churches with intricate features. It consists of tall stained-glass windows and infamous painting of the “Last Supper”. The next location you will cover is Doddabetta. It is a high elevated mountain across which you can trek and hike. It has a forest preserve and a telescope observatory. On top of the mountain, you can get a panoramic view of the city and the surrounding Nilgiri Mountain. Post journey, overnight at your hotel.
Early in the morning, reach Bangalore from Ooty by road. On arrival, get transferred to airport for your onward journey.
On reaching Bangalore airport, get transferred to Colombo, Sri Lanka. Upon your arrival in Colombo, get transferred to your new hotel in Negambo where you can relax.
Wake up to a healthy breakfast at your hotel. Here, visit the Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage. The place is for breeding of the mighty wild Asian elephants. It is also a place where orphan or hurt elephants are taken care. It was established by the Sri Lanka Department of Wildlife. Then, get transferred to Kandy through the Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage. Overnight at the hotel.
After breakfast, head out for an amazing Kandy city tour. Kandy is the largest city in central Sri Lanka. It consists of rainforests, mountains, and tea and coffee plantations. The first stop will be at the Kandy Lake. It is also known as the “Kiri Muhuda” or “Sea of Milk”. It is an artificial lake that is sited along a temple with Buddha’s tooth. It is an exquisite location to visit for an early morning jog or walk. The next stop will be at the Temple of the Tooth, which was sited along Kandy Lake. The temple has the canine tooth of Buddha. It is located in the royal palace of Kandy Kingdom. The next destination you will cover is the National Museum of Kandy. It consists of armors, weapons, artworks, and artifacts that provide an insight of the Kandian era. Other places of interest include International Buddhist Museum, British Garrison Cemetery, Hanthana Mountain Range, Sigiriya, and much more. Post tour, overnight stay at the hotel.
Post breakfast, head out for NuweraEliya. The name means “City on the Plain” or the “City of Light”. It has a picturesque view and wonderful climate. It also has various temple and shrines. The first stop is at the Lake Gregory. It is a reservoir that is sited along tea plantations and hills offering a scenic view. The next stop is at the Victoria Park that has many indigenous flora and birds. It also has a pond and a ground for people to relax and chill. The next destination you will be covering is the Lover’s Leap Waterfall. You can go hiking across this location. It also offers views of tea plantations and the city. Other famous landmarks include Pedro Tea Factory, Hakgala, Mackwoods Tea Museum, Hakgala Botanical Garden, Moon Plains, and much more. Post journey, overnight stay at the hotel.
Wake up to some delicious breakfast and head out for Bentota. It is a coastal town in Sri Lanka situated on bank of River Bentota. It has several watersports that make it an attractive tourist destination.
The first stop is at the Ventura Beach. The beach offers scenic and panoramic views for sunrises and sunsets. The next stop is at the Kosgoda Sea Turtle Conservation Project. Here, you can witness all sorts of turtles and sea turtles. The place takes care of rare turtles and conserves them. The next stop is at the Bentota Lake. The lake offers marvelous views and also boat rides as well. The next destination is at the Brief Garden. It was the home of Bevis Bawa. It has a collection of electric art. It also a museum with a wondrous garden. The next exquisite location you will visit is the Moragalla Beach. The beach consists of coral reefs and a variety of water activities which includes swimming, snorkeling, sailing, and much more. Other locations of interest include St. Claris, Devon Waterfalls and much more. Post tour, overnight at the hotel.
Post breakfast, get transferred to Colombo. The city has a large harbor that supports various trading activities. It is the largest city in Sri Lanka and the financial center as well. It the most visited tourist destination in Sri Lanka.
The first stop is at Pettah neighborhood. It is a famous commercial street open for shopping. It has wide bazaars and markets. The next stop is at the Galle Face Green. The place is a modern park located alongside the ocean. It has a long stretch of coast that offers great views for tourists. It is located in the business capital Colombo. The next destination you will cover is the Gangaramaya Buddhist Temple. The temple consists of Buddha statues with artifacts. Then you will arrive at the Viharamahadevi Park. The park is the largest and oldest park in Sri Lanka. It has a zoo, walking trails, fountains, and gardens. Then you will head out to the National Museum of Colombo. It is an iconic grand building with the country’s incorporated within it. It has royal objects and artifacts as well. Post tour, overnight stay at the hotel.
After breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport for your departure flight.