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    Day 1 : Bangalore

    Upon arrival you will be welcomed by our representative & transferred to hotel in Bangalore - Indias garden.. Bangalore today is a major industrial and commercial center and, is also well known for being the Silicon Valley of India. Overnight at Bangalore

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    Day 2 : Tour Bangalore

    Breakfast at Hotel. After the breakfast the tour begins with a visit to the vis Government Museum and Venkatappa Art Gallery one of the oldest in the country, established in 1886. The tour concludes with Vidhana Soudha, the High Court and the Nandi Bull Temple. Evening is at leisure. Overnight at Bangalore.

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    Day 3 : Bangalore - Mysore

    After breakfast we drive to Mysore. Enroute visit Srirangapatnam, once the summer palace of Tipu Sultan, is known for its fortress and tomb of the famous Warrior King. Check into hotel. Evening is at leisure. Overnight at Mysore

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    Day 4 : Tour Mysore

    Today proceed for a sightseeing tour of Mysore. Upon a hill overlooking the city is the temple to Goddes Chamundeswari.The major tourist attraction is the Mysore Palace,. The Mysore Arts and Crafts Centre ,the Zoological Gardens and the St. Philomenas church, one of the largest churches in the country, built in the Victorian Gothic style. This evening drive 10 miles from Mysore to enjoy the beautiful and exquisitely illuminated Brindavan Gardens, sprawling amid gorgeous cascading fountains. Overnight at Mysore.

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    Day 5 : Mysore – Hassan

    Today drive to Hassan. Enroute tour Sravanabelagola - the monk of the White Pond, the 17m tall naked statue of Bahubali said to be the world largest monolithic statue. It is one of the oldest Jain pilgrimage centres. Check into your Hotel.. Overnight at Hassan.

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    Day 6 : Tour Belur & Halebid

    Bhutanatha Temple in Badami. After breakfast proceed on sightseeing tour of Belur - a star shaped temple . Later visit Halebeedu (Halebid) - 17 kms away the ancient capital of the Hoysalas, the temple perched on a star shaped base amidst lawns. Its walls are richly carved with an endless variety of Hindu deities, sages, stylised animals, birds. Overnight at Hassan.

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    Day 7 : Hassan - Hampi

    Breakfast at hotel. After breakfast drive to Hampi - was the capital city of the powerful south Indian Vijayanagar Empire. The ruins of Hampi, as it is known today, is a vast open museum. There were palaces, temples, baths, markets, aquaducts, pavilions, stables for royal elephants, and elegantly carved pillars. On arrival check into your hotel. . Overnight at Hampi

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    Day 8 : Hampi

    After breakfast visit to Hampi ruins - was the capital city of the powerful South Indian Vijayanagar Empire. There were palaces, marvellous temples, massive fortifications, baths, markets, aquaducts, pavilions, stables for royal elephants, and elegantly carved pillars. Evening is free for leisure. Overnight at Hampi.

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    Day 9 : Hampi - Badami

    Today we drive to Badami - It was the ancient capital of the early Chalukya kingdom. A number of richly carved monuments and caves belonging to Chalukyas. On arrival check into your hotel. Later visit rock cut cave temples, gateways, forts, inscriptions, sculptures etc. Evening is at leisure. Overnight at Badami.

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    Day 10 : Tour Aihole & Pattadakal

    After breakfast proceed on an excursion to Aihole -. Later tour Pattadakal - another developing ground for Hindu temple architecture, was the second capital of the Badami Chalukyans. Evening is at leisure. Overnight at Badami

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    Day 11 : Badami - Bijapur

    Today we drive to Bijapur ,dotted with mosques, mausoleums, palaces, fortifications, watchtowers, and strong gateways. On arrival check in. Overnight at Bijapur.

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    Day 12 : Tour Bijapur

    Early today we tour Gol Gumbaz - gaze in wonder at this magnificent mausoleum of Mohammed Adil Shah in Bijapur It houses the world's second largest dome, in unsupported by pillars - an aquestic and architectural wonder. Ibrahim Raza - said to have inspired the Taj Mahal in Agra this palatial Mosque and tomb in Bijapur is very impressive. Malik-e-Maidan - This mammoth cannon, fourteen feet long and weighing about 55 tons, is an awe-inspiring sight. The Jumma Masjid spreading over an area of 116300 square feet is regarded as one of the finest mosques in India. The masjid carefully preserves a Quran with verses inscribed in letters of gold. Overnight stay at Bijapur.

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    Day 13 : Bijapur - Aurangabad

    After breakfast we drive to Aurangabad. On arrival check in. Evening is at leisure. Overnight at Aurangabad.

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    Day 14 : Tour Ajanta & Ellora Caves

    Today proceed on a full day excursion to Ajanta caves - one of Indias most impressive archaeological sites. Here Buddhist art attained its peak. The wall paintings reveal a fascinating lifestyle. Thirty caves are carved out of a rocky gorge dating back to the 3rd century. The ornate facades and interior chambers are illuminated at all times of the day. Post lunch tour Ellora group of rock cut caves, the most magnificent is the Kailashanatha Temple (Cave 16), a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The temple has actually been sculpted out of a single mountain, and it depicts Mount Kailasa, the sacred of Lord Shiva. Evening is at leisure. Overnight at Aurangabad

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    Day 15 : Departure

    Today we transfer to Aurangabad airport for your journey back home.

  • Accommodation in 3* Hotels.
  • Breakfast
  • Airport /Railway station transfers.
  • Sightseeing as per itinerary.
  • Driver’s allowances, parking, toll and Fuel Charges.

  • Any airfare/train fare
  • Any other sightseeing apart from the mentioned above
  • Any meals other than mentioned in the itinerary
  • Any expenses of personal nature Entry fees, boating charges Camera/Liquor/soft drinks/ Video permits / Tour guide, tips etc.
  • 5% GST
  • Festival/peak season surcharge applicable
  • Validity - till 31st March 2020