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Introduction to Bangalore

Bangalore: The Silicon Valley of India has made headlines for centuries and a visit here is a walk through the heritage and progression of one of India’s most illustrious cities. What follows is a list of the top places to visit in Bangalore to get a glimpse at the best of the city. From the historical to the modern, we recommend some of the most popular tourist places that you must visit on a trip to Bangalore.

Opulent Mysore – A Two Night Excursion From Bangalore With Private Transfers

Mysore, also known as Ivory City, is one of India’s most opulent cities. It is famous for its silk saris, sandalwood and handicrafts. Attractions include prehistoric sites, monuments, museums, forts, temples, mosques, and churches. The historic city of Mysore is famed for its magnificent palaces and majestic buildings, sprawling gardens and tree lined boulevards. Your two days in this unique city will allow you to explore its riches.


 Visit to Srirangapatnam
 Mysore Palace
 Hindu Temple
 Monolithic Sculpture of Bull Nandi
 Brindavan Gardens

What You Can Expect

Day 1: Bangalore / Mysore 

You will be picked up from your hotel in Bangalore and proceed to Mysore en route visiting Srirangapatnam. Srirangapatnam is a town in the Mandya district of the Indian state of Karnataka. It is a rocky island formed by the Cauvery River, which made it a militarily and religiously significant town. Srirangapatna came into prominence during the rise of Hyder Ali and his famed son Tipu Sultan, who converted it into a fortified city. It was the power center of South India for a long time, before Tipu Sultan lost the last of the four battles against the British East India Company. Your tour will show you the numerous historic and religious monuments. Overnight stay: Fortune Park JP Palace (Deluxe).

Day 2

Mysore sightseeing Explore Mysore, which is considered the cultural capital of the state of Karnataka. It is also known to be the second cleanest city in India and one of the most well-planned ones. The people of Mysore are famous for their peaceful attitude and helpful nature. Your guided tour will visit the majestic Mysore City Palace, which is one of India’s most spectacular royal buildings. The Palace was the seat of the Wodeyar Maharajas, who ruled the kingdom from 1399 to 1950. The palace you see today was built in 1912 after a fire destroyed the first palace. In the palace you will see the extravagant opulence and fine details of the interior. Admire the paintings, elaborate architecture, the intricately carved rosewood doors, mosaic floors and stained glassed windows. You may also see the marble figurines, collections of caskets, paintings of the members of the royal family and other objects of personal use.

Your city tour of Mysore will also take you to a Hindu Temple and the monolithic sculpture of the Bull Nandi and the vehicle of Lord Shiva. Then you will visit the beautiful Brindavan Gardens, known for their symmetric designs and illuminated terrace gardens. Spread across an area of more than 60 acres, the gardens are laid out in three terraces, and end in a horseshoe shape. The gardens contain a wide array of illuminated, cascading fountains, Ficus trees, foliage plants, and flowering plants. The garden also has topiary works, shaded passageways, and gazebos. Overnight stay Fortune Park JP Palace (Deluxe).

Day 3: Mysore / Bangalore

You will be driven back via private transfers to Bangalore and dropped off at your hotel.

Rate: from USD $247.00

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The Beauty And Culture Of Coorg – From Bangalore With Private Transfer

Coorg, known as the Scotland of India, is well-known for being a bird watcher’s paradise due to the variety of birds found in its forests. Largely green, this special place is conveniently located between the evergreen Western Ghats and the plains. Coorg is a famous hill station located 160 miles from Bangalore. Its scenic beauty makes it a popular destination. Your excursion to Coorg will also include the Tibetian settlement at Bylekuppe.


 Coorg’s scenic beauty
 Namdroling Nyingmapa Monastery
 Abbey Falls
 Madikeri Fort

What You Can Expect

Day 1: Bangalore / Coorg 

In the morning, you will be picked up from your hotel in Bangalore and driven to Coorg. En route, you’ll stop to visit the Tibetian settlement at Bylekuppe. This Tibetan settlement area was established by Lugsum Samdupling in 1961. Bylekuppe is situated to the west of the Mysore District in Karnataka. It is home to the magnificent Namdroling Monastery, known locally as the Golden Temple. The Namdroling Nyingmapa Monastery is one of the largest Buddhist centers in existence today. It is home to over 3000 monks and nuns. Upon arrival in Coorg, you will check into your hotel. Your evening is at leisure to enjoy the natural beauty of the area. Hotel: Windflower Hall (Studio).

Day 2: Coorg

Today you will enjoy sightseeing in Coorg. Your first stop is to Abbey Falls. Nestled near Madikeri, Abbey Falls stands surrounded by a blanket of greenery. The waterfall is located between private coffee plantations and spice estates. You may view the spectacular Abbey Falls from a man made hanging bridge. Our next visit is to Madikeri Fort, a historical landmark of Coorg. The fort stands in the center of Madikeri town, still preserving the remnants of the past. Some of the elevated structures inside the fort offer astounding views of the surrounding areas. The Madikeri Fort was constructed in the later part of the 17th century by Muddu Raja, the king of Coorg at the time. The imposing structure has offers a rich historical heritage. Hotel: Windflower Hall (Studio).

Day 3: Coorg / Bangalore

Today, you will be driven back to Bangalore and be dropped off at your hotel.

Rate: from USD $340.00

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Bangalore Day Tour

Bangalore is an amazing tourist destination of India. It has magnificently elegant parks, adorned with a tangle of flowering trees. Often known as the ‘Silicon Valley’ of India, Bangalore is a hub of IT sector, housing the highest deliberation of IT companies and software industry in the country.


 Highlights Excellent value for money
 All taxes, fuel surcharges and service fees included
 Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
 Private guide for a more personalized experience
 Instant Confirmation Once-in-a-Lifetime Experience

What You Can Expect

Morning our guide will meet you at hotel and he will assist you for Bangalore day tour with private vehicle.

Your tour will be start from Cubbon Park the most alluring attraction in the heart of the city. Set up in 1864, it spreads over 300 acres of flowerbeds, thickets of trees, luxuriant lawns, massive bamboos, with grassy expanse. A large diamond shaped aquarium is its key attraction, laid out at the entrance of the park. Lal Bagh, Founded by Hyder Ali, the Emperor of Mysore, Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens is an ultimate sightseeing spot of Bangalore. It dates back to the 18th century. Tipu Sultan, the son of Hyder Ali was later finished the garden.

Tipu Sultan Fort. Established in the year 1537, Tipu Sultan Fort is a must-see attraction, near the city market of Bangalore. It was originally founded by Kempe Gowda, the instigator of Bangalore. Later, the construction was led to Tipu Sultan, the Emperor of Mysore.

The Nandi (Bull) Temple, Internationally known as the largest Nandi murthi in the world, The Nandi (Bull) Temple is simply an alluring sight to explore in Bangalore. Erected in 1537, it houses a huge statue, depicting the sacred bull. Neo-Dravidian-style building, once the seat of the state administration of Karnataka has worth to behold. Additionally, impressive Vidhana Soudha is an imposing sight of this temple.

Ulsoor Lake, Ulsoor Lake is a truly sight to behold. It is famous for its boat riding that takes you through to various small islands, surrounding the lake. Initially known as “Halsur” or “Alasur”, it is widened more than an area of 125 acres.

After sightseeing drop to your hotel.

Rate: from USD $135

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Bangalore Private Tour : Visit to Hassan via Shravanabelagola Belur And Halebid

Day Trip Visit to Hassan via Shravan Belagola , Belur & Halebid


 All entrance fees included
 All taxes, fuel surcharges and service fees included
 Editor’s Pick
 Comprehensive tour of the city
 Private tour is operated with just your party and a guide/driver

What You Can Expect

Meet your guide at hotel lobby in Bangalore at 07:00 am Drive to Hassan Via Sravanabelagola Asia’s largest monolithic statue of Lord Gomateswara Jain pilgrim center with statue of Lord Bahubali Gomateshwara, You have to climb here around 600 steps to see the statue. Lunch at 1:00 PM. For lunch you can choose the cuisine and restaurant your are interested at your own cost.

After Lunch Visit Belur historical capital of Hoysala Kings offers best of the architecture. You will visit the Temple of Lord Channakeshava Than proceed to Halebid visiting Hoyaleswara Temple, built in style with base of emblem of the lion and elephants supporting the temple for stability.

At the end of your journey at 5.30 pm , sit back and relax on the drive back to your Hotel in Bangalore reaching by 9.30 pm. End of The Tour.

Rate: from USD $57.00

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Bannerghatta National Park Private Day Tour with Butterfly Park and Safari from Bangalore

Get out of busy Bangalore for the day and explore lush Bannerghatta National Park. After getting picked up at your hotel, learn the details of the park and then indulge in the various sections, watching lions, tigers and bears frolic in their individual areas. Marvel at the snake house and the aquarium. And hear about the temples and villages enclosed within the park that make for a great trek.


 Private tour from Bangalore to Bannerghatta National Park
 Marvel at the various animals within the park: from tigers to lions to bears to snakes
 Learn about the history of the park from your guide
 Take delight in the huge and colorful butterfly park
 Trek to the ancient temples located within the park

What You Can Expect

At 7:30am you will be picked up from your hotel after breakfast and transferred to Bannerghatta National Park, situated 24km (15 miles) from Bangalore. Upon arrival at 8:45am you will wait for ticket counters to open at around 9-9:30am. Meanwhile, you can take a walk around the park.

Bannerghatta National Park is a popular tourist destination with a zoo, a pet corner, an animal rescue center, a butterfly enclosure, an aquarium, a snake house and a safari park. There are ancient temples in the park for worship and it is a good destination for trekking. Within the national park area are six rural villages enclosed within three large enclosures for sheep and cattle farming.

Your tour starts at the “Herbivore Safari” where you can get a glance at the herbivorous animals. The major creatures you see here is a bison and other members of the large deer family. From here, drive towards the “Bear Safari” to get a look on the wild bears residing inside the woods. After you complete the “Bear Safari”, it’s time to watch the wild tigers at the “Tiger Safari”. Next, move towards the “Lion Safari”, where you can see some lions resting in the bamboo park, while others get a refreshing bath.

Once completed the safari part of the tour, continue to the Butterfly Park gate. In 2006 the butterfly park was opened as an enclosure to the park. It houses a butterfly conservatory, a museum, and an audiovisual room. Within the conservatory, the environment has been designed to support over twenty species of butterfly. It is a humid tropical climate, with an artificial waterfall and appropriate flora to attract butterflies. The conservatory leads to a second and third dome, which house a museum containing dioramas and exhibits of carefully preserved butterflies. The Park was conceptualized as one integrated center that would support education, conservation and research activities with exclusive focus on butterflies as flagship ambassadors of conservation.

If you have missed the zoo previously, now you can get a quick look to the place after which you will have your lunch (at your expense). The area accumulates multiple local bistros, the Dosa camps and other fast food centers. When the tour ends, you will be transferred back to your Bangalore hotel.

Rate: from USD $62.00

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Private Tour: Palaces of Bangalore

Experience the grandeur of regal Bangalore as you visit its magnificent palaces and forts on this 5-hour tour. Enjoy the undivided attention of your private guide as you walk the ramparts of Bangalore Fort and learn its fascinating history. Next, tour the 18th-century Tipu Sultan’s Palace, once the sultan’s lavish summer residence, then marvel over the Tudor-style architecture of Bangalore Palace. This private tour includes hotel pick-up and drop-off.


 Private half-day tour of Bangalore palaces and fort Meander through Tipu Sultan’s Palace and view royal garments on display
 Visit the Tudor-style Bangalore Palace and explore Bangalore Fort
 Hear interesting historical commentary from your expert guide
 Private round-trip transport and bottled water included

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour:

Your guide is committed to minimizing our carbon footprint. For every tour, they pay a fee out of pocket to offset the carbon emissions created by the transportation used on this tour. Those funds go to organizations working toward a greener future.

What You Can Expect:

After hotel pickup by private vehicle, your knowledgeable guide will transport you to Bangalore Fort, located opposite the city market in Bangalore. Initially constructed by Kempe Gowda – Bangalore’s founder – in 1537, the fort was rebuilt and expanded by Hyder Ali and his son Tipu Sultan, the emperor of Mysore, in the 18th century.

As you privately tour Bangalore Fort with your guide, hear anecdotes about its historical role in the sultan’s resistance to British rule. Admire the Islamic style of the gate’s intricately carved arches, and glimpse the well-preserved 16th-century Ganapathi Temple within its courtyard, where Hindu devotees pay homage to Lord Ganesh.

Visit Tipu Sultan’s Palace, a two-story teakwood palace completed in 1791 by the sultan as a summer retreat. Adorned with pillars, arches and balconies, it resembles the Daria Daulat Palace in Srirangapatanam. In the palace museum, marvel at the clothing and crown of Tipu Sultan as well as silver vessels given by a general to Hyder Ali.

Your guide will accompany you to Bangalore Palace, built by a Wodeyar king in the Tudor style. Ogle Gothic windows, foiled windows, battlements and turrets. Walk through picturesque gardens leading to the main entrance, and view exquisite floral motifs, cornices and relief paintings that decorate the elegant palace walls and ceilings. Then, head to the Bangalore Palace gallery to see historical photos and elegant carvings on display before your guide delivers you back to your Bangalore hotel.

Rate: from USD $ 48

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Best of Bangalore Private Tour

On this half day culture rich tour, we will explore the best of Bangalore, listening to its stories, visiting the 18th century monuments, exploring the temples and ending with a visit to the summer palace. A perfect crash course for a traveler who doesn’t have the luxury of time to spend in the city, but where we ensure you take back a whole lot of memories while you are at it.


 Highlights Get inside tips from a local
 Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
 Free snacks included
 Great overview and orientation of the city
 Private tour is operated with just your party and a guide/driver

What You Can Expect

You will be picked up from your hotel in the city at your selected departure time. We will begin the tour on a short walk inside of Bangalore’s green lung space the Cubbon Park. Set up by the British as a central location to old and expanding Bangalore, it is a 300 acre park which houses some of the most important monuments built by the British. This is where we explore the High Court (from the outside) built in colonial European style architecture and hear of the stories behind it.

Next, we walk towards the Vidhana Soudha – a magnificent structure built in South Indian style to reflect the seat of democracy after India’s Independence which also serves as the State’s Parliament house. Afterwards, visit the remains of the Summer Palace of the kings where we relive the glory days of the past, listening to the stories of the rise and fall of the empire. This was also the palace in which the British administered for sometime built by the Kings Tippu Sultan and Hyder Ali.

The tour is not complete without seeking blessings at the bull temple in a traditional area in Old Bangalore; a monolithic 15ft statue of the bull which wouldn’t stop growing in size! You will be dropped back off to your hotel at the end of your tour.

Rate: from USD $79.00

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Kalaripayattu Ancient Martial Art Performance in Bangalore

Discover the ancient art of Kalaripayattu, one of the world’s oldest martial arts, on this 3-hour tour from Bangalore. Meet a Kalaripayattu master to learn more about the mysterious practice; watch a spectacular display of bare hand and sword combat; then tuck into a delicious ‘Kerala Sadhya’ banquet. This small-group tour has a maximum of 15 people and includes hotel pickup and drop-off.


 Highlights Get inside tips from a local
 Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
 Free snacks included
 Great overview and orientation of the city
 Private tour is operated with just your party and a guide/driver

What You Can Expect

Your tour begins with an 11am pickup from your central Bangalore hotel and a short transfer to the martial arts school. Traveling onboard a comfortable minibus with your small group of up to 15 people, listen as your guide offers a brief introduction to Kalaripayattu, one of the world’s oldest martial arts.

On arrival, meet with a ‘Kalari Gurukkal’ (a Kalaripayattu master or guru) to learn more about the mysterious art form, before being entertained by a high-energy performance conducted by the guru’s disciples. Prepare to be dazzled by impressive displays of bare hand combat; watch as the warriors wield traditional wooden weapons, daggers and swords; and see the notorious ‘urumi’, a flexible whip-like sword, in action. Hear how experienced Kalaripayattu fighters can disable or kill their opponents by merely touching the correct ‘marmam’ (vital point) on an enemy’s body, but don’t worry – no one will be hurt during the demonstrations!

After a thrilling performance, join your hosts in the treehouse for a traditional ‘Kerala Sadya’ feast, a banquet served on banana leaves according to ancient rituals. Sample a delicious spread of more than 14 ‘payasams’ (freshly-prepared vegetarian dishes), accompanied by rice.

With your appetite sated, return to Bangalore, where your tour ends with drop-off at your hotel around 2pm.

Rate: from USD $1175.00

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Bangalore Food Trails – Basavanagudi Breakfast Walk

Savor the unique flavors of Bangalore’s Basavanagudi area, one of the city’s best for South Indian cuisine, during this 3-hour breakfast-themed private group tour. Explore some of this food-focused area’s most famous eateries as you enjoy an included breakfast, tasting delicacies like ‘khali dosa,’ ‘chow chow baat,’ ‘poori-sagu,’ and much more.


 Explore Bangalore’s South Indian eateries on a private breakfast food tour
 Enjoy some of Bangalore’s best vegetarian breakfast food
 Sample delicacies like ‘chow chow baat,’ ‘idli,’ ‘poori-sagu,’ ‘neer dosa,’ and much more
 Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city
 Wash down the food with sips of Mysore tea or South Indian filter coffee
 Great way to learn about Bangalore’s diverse culinary culture

What You Can Expect

Start your Bangalore breakfast adventure in the early morning from Vidyarthi Bhavan in the city’s Basavanagudi area. You’ll spend the next 3 hours explore some of the area’s top breakfast eateries and learning about South Indian cuisine.

During the course of your eating adventure, you’ll fill your mind with anecdotes about these unexpected Indian eateries as you fill your stomach with a variety of unique foodstuffs. Among the delicacies you’ll sample are ‘chow chow baat,’ ‘idli,’ ‘poori-sagu,’ ‘neer dosa,’ ‘set dosa,’ ‘vada,’ ‘rava idli,’ ‘rava vada,’ ‘khali dosa,’ ‘damrot,’ ‘nippattu’ and much more. Wash it all down with sips of Mysore tea & South Indian filter coffee.

Those who find themselves still ‘hungry for more’ can sample other local food favorites like a or a ‘puliyogere,’ ‘sagu masala dosa,’ or a ‘Davangere benne dosa.’ You’ll end your culinary adventure at the neighborhood’s Butter Sponge Bakery.

Rate: from USD $35.00

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