|Day 01: Bangalore – Coorg (6 - 7 Hrs)
Arrival at Bangalore Airport / Railway Station, Proceed to Coorg (Kodagu) Kodagu, also known by its former name of Coorg, Kodagu is well known in the world for coffee and its "brave warriors", like Field Marshal K. M. Cariappa. Arrival at Hotel / Resort. O/N Coorg.
Day 02: Coorg
After breakfast leave for visit to Talakaveri the place where the River Kaveri originates. The temple on the riverbanks here is dedicated to Lord Brahma, and is one of only two temples dedicated to Brahma in India and Southeast Asia. Nisargadhama, An man made island and picnic spot near Kushalanagara, formed by the river Kaveri. Abbey Falls a scenic waterfall, Omkareshwara Temple A beautiful temple in Coorg, A legend is associated with the temple, built by Lingrajendra II in 1820 CE. The king put to death a pious Brahmin who dared to protest against his misdeeds. The spirit of the dead man began to plague the king day and night. On the advise of wise men, the king built this temple and installed a shivlinga procured from Kashi, North India. It is one of the best place to visit. O/N Coorg.
Day 03: Coorg
Morning after breakfast leave for Dubare mainly an elephant-capturing and training camp of the Forest Department at the edge of Dubare forest; on the bank of the river Kaveri, enjoy the elephant joy ride. Bylakuppe, is home to two of the many Tibetian settlements in India, established by Lugsum Samdupling (in 1961) and Dickyi Larsoe (in 1969) The Namdroling Nyingmapa Monastery is the largest teaching center of Nyingmapa – a lineage of Tibetan Buddhism – in the world. Bylakuppe consists of a number of agricultural settlements / small camps close to each other, and has a number of monasteries, nunneries and temples in all the major Tibetan Buddhist traditions. Most notable among them are the large educational monastic institution Sera, the smaller Tashilunpo monastery (both in the Gelukpa tradition) and Namdroling monastery (in the Nyingmatradition). Bylakuppe also has many buddhist universities for advanced buddhist practices. Some of them are serajey, seramey, nalanda, etc. O/N Coorg.
Day 04: Coorg – Kabini (4 – 5 Hrs)
Morning after breakfast leave for Kabini - is one of the most popular wildlife destinations of Karnataka, probably because of its easy accessibility, lush green landscape surrounding a large picturesque lake, and fantastic sightings of large herds of elephants. Situated on the banks of the Kabini River, this forest reserve is spread over 55 acres of forestland, steep valleys, and water bodies. Once a private hunting lodge of the Maharaja of Mysore, Kabini was a popular shikar hotspot for British Viceroys and Indian royalty. Now it is considered to be one of the best wildlife sanctuaries in Karnataka, famous for its spectacular wildlife and bird life. The backwaters of the Kabini reservoir are very rich in wildlife especially in summer when the water level recedes to form rich grassy meadows.
Day 05: Kabini
Morning after breakfast leave for Local visit at Kabini Dam: Built across Kabini River in 1974, the dam is located near Beechanahalli village. Nagarahole National Park: Declared a national park in 1974, the park is said to be the best habitat for Asian elephants. It is surrounded by shallow valleys and gentle slopes on all sides. The Banasura Sagar Dam is built over a tributary of the Kabini River. The Karapura irrigation dam is built over a tributary of the Kabini River. O/N Kabini.
Day 06: Kabini – Bangalore (5 – 6 Hrs)
Morning after breakfast leave back for Bangalore Airport / Railway Station. Journey Ends Here.