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Bangalore to Mysore Tour Package - One Day Package Trip by Car

Bangalore to Mysore Tour Package, Mysore Tour Packages from Bangalore - 1 Day Trip


Bangalore to Mysore Taxi
PACKAGE FARES PER VEHICLE
Fixed Itinerary: Bangalore >> Srirangapatna Temple & Tippu palace or Bird Sanctuary (alternative) >> Mysore >> Chamundi Hills >> Palace >> Zoo or Jaganmohan Palace (paintings gallery) (alternative) >> KRS (Brindavan Gardens, Dam & Musical Fountain) >> Bangalore.
Timings: 6.30 am pickup & 11:30 pm drop off in Bangalore.
Fares include driver charges, pickup and drop back to residence / hotel. (one location only; additional charges applicable for multiple locations)
Entry fees at places of visit, parking and toll charges are additional.
Pickup Location Per Vehicle Rates
Tata Indica
Non Ac
Tata Indica
Ac
Qualis / Tavera
Non AC
Toyota Innova
Ac
Within City Limits Rs.3870 Rs.4270 Rs.-180 Rs.6210
Hosur Road(Beyond silk board), Electronics City, Sarjapur Road, Marathahalli, ORR, Kundenahalli Gate, Brooke Fields, Whitefield, ITPL, KR Puram, Yelahanka, Kengeri, Nagawara, Kanakapura Road. Rs.4180 Rs.4630 Rs.290 Rs.6780
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What Next??


1) Pay securely online through CC Avenue, (India’s largest payment gateway).

2) Receive Email and SMS confirmation of BRN (booking reference number).

3) Receive Driver details by SMS & email 2 hours prior to journey.

4) Present Printout to Cab Driver & Enjoy your Trip.

Additional Charges for Deviations


Additional charges as indicated below will apply in case you retain the vehicle beyond the package timings or if there are multiple pick up and drops enroute. Or if there is a deviation in the suggested itinerary. The package charges are for pick up and drop back at one location only. The vehicle has to be released before 11:30 pm or else additional charges for 100 kms will apply.
  • For Indica Non Ac, Rs.8/km
  • For Indica Ac, Rs.9/km
  • For Innova Ac, Rs.13/km.


 

Bangalore to Mysore Packages Tour - Overview


Bangalore to Mysore Package Tour - One Day Package details:


Timings:
6.30 am pickup & 11:30 pm drop off in Bangalore.

Bangalore to Mysore Package Tour One Day Itinerary:
Bangalore – Sri Rangapatna Temple & Tippu palace/Bird Sanctuary – Mysore – Chamundi Hills – Palace – Zoo/Jaganmohan Palace (paintings) – KRS (Brindawan Gardens, Dam & Musical Fountain) – Bangalore.

Bangalore Mysore Tour Package - Terms and Conditions:

Bangalore Mysore Tour Package is not customizable. You may choose to avoid visiting one or more places from this itinerary.

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Mysore Package Tour from Bangalore - Inclusion & Exclusion


Mysore Package Tour from Bangalore - Inclusions:

Mysore Package Tour from Bangalore Includes :
+ Vehicle hire, fuel, driver charges and interstate taxes.
+ Pick up from and drop off from Residence.
+ All car rental charges for travel of a distance upto 400 kms & drop by 11:30 pm Only.

Mysore Package Tour from Bangalore - Exclusions:

Mysore Package Tour from Bangalore Does not include :
- Boarding (Food) and Lodging (Accommodation).
- Guide charges (Guests have to engage Guides on their own if required).
- Parking and entry charges at each sight seeing spot.
- Highway Toll charges along sections of the highway.
- The route or sequence of viewing of places cannot be changed - Bangalore Mysore Tour Package is not customizable.


Bangalore Mysore Tour Package - Guide for a Memorable Trip


 Bangalore Mysore Tour Package -
Guide for a Memorable Trip provides you with details of the places to visit, must do & must see things and also time recommendations.

Tips to make your ‘Bangalore to Mysore One Day Tour Package’ Memorable


Places of Visit Must See Timings Closed On Visit Duration Depart-by time Entry Rates
Breakfast (NOT COMPLIMENTARY) 30 to 45 minutes – Suggested Restaurants: Kamat Lokaruchi – Off Ramanagara town; Kamat Upachar & Mc Donalds Off Channapattana Town. Café Coffee Days & Barista dot the Bangalore – Mysore highway. 
Srirangapatna Temple Idol of Lord Vishnu in sleeping posture under the hood of the great snake Anantha in this 1200 year old temple. 8:00 - 9:30 am
7:00 - 8:00 pm
Open on all days 20 minutes 9:15 am Free entry
Tipu Palace – Daria Daulat Bagh Tippu memorabilia in the Palace Museum on the top floor.
Beautiful Frescoes on the walls of the palace.
"Storming of Srirangapattanam" painting by Sir Robert Porter (1800 AD)
9:00 am - 5:00 pm Open on all days 30 minutes 10:15 am Rs.5 for Indians & Rs.100 for Foreigners
Bird Sanctuary
(alternative to Srirangapatna Temple & Palace)
Migratory Birds from Siberia to Australia, which come here every year. Boat Ride Rs.25/person, will take you around the islets for closer views of the birds & nests. Best time to visit: June to December. 8:30 am - 6:00 pm Open on all days 45 - 60 minutes 10:30 am Rs.20 for Indians, Rs.60 for Foreigners.
Chamundi Temple, Chamundi Hills 16 ft tall & 25 ft long monolith statue of Nandi – Lord Shiva’s vehicle.
15 kg solid gold idol of Goddess Chamundeshwari in the Temple.
Mahisasura statue.
7:30 am - 2:00 pm
3:30 - 9:00 pm
Open on all days 45 minutes 12:15 pm Free entry
Mysore Palace 750kg golden Howda, Diwan-e-khas & aam, Royal Portraits & wall Paintings, Kalyana Mantapa, Wrestling Courtyard & Old Palace model.
Audio Tour Guide: Rs.150 for Indians, Rs.250 for Foreigners.
Palace Lighting: 7:00 – 7:45 pm on Sundays & Public holidays.
Light Show: 7:00 – 8:00 pm (closed on Sundays & Public Holidays), Entry Rs.40/Adult; Rs.25/Child.
Maharaja Living Quarters (Entry Rs.5/person)
10:00 am – 5:30 pm. Closed during Dasara Festival (Oct) 60 – 90 minutes 2:00 pm Rs.40 for Indians & Rs.200 for Foreigners
Lunch (NOT COMPLIMENTARY) 30 to 45 minutes – Suggested Restaurants (near Mysore Palace): Pai Vista, Bangalore – Nilgiri Road; Hotel Dasprakash, Gandhi Square; Parklane Hotel, Sri Harsha Road, and Kamat Madhuvan, Ooty Road.  Dishes to Try: Traditional Mysore Masala Dosa & Mysore Pak (sweet).

Zoo View the rare animals from across the world. Eg: 3 species of Rhinos and Tigers. Book Mysore Zoo entry tickets online to avoid long queues.
View the zoo in a battery powered cart. Rs.100/Adult, Rs.50/Child.
8:30 am to 5:30 pm Tuesday Holiday 90–120 minutes 6:00 pm Rs.40 / Adult,
Rs.20 / child
Jaganmohan Palace (alternative to Zoo) Paintings of Raja Ravi Varma and Svetoslav Roerich.
Watch the parade of miniature soldiers every hour on the French Clock. 
8:30 am to 5:30 pm Closed during Dasara Festival (Oct) 60 minutes 6:00 pm Rs.25 / adult &
Rs.10 / child
KRS Dam - Brindavan Gardens Manicured Gardens with colourful fountains.
Fountain timings are 7:00 – 7:55 pm weekdays.  7:00 - 8:55 pm on weekends and holidays.
Musical Fountain – timings are Week Days 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm. Weekends 6:30 pm - 8.30 pm
10:00 am – 8:00 pm Open on all days 60 – 90 minutes 8:30 pm Rs.15/person
Dinner (NOT COMPLIMENTARY) 30 to 45 minutes – Suggested Restaurants: Maddur Tiffany’s & Adigas in Maddur Town; Milestone 67 - Consisting of KFC, Coffee Day and Indradhanush Vegetarian Restaurant (North & South Indian Cuisine) after Maddur Town.


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Sri Ranganatha Temple, Srirangapatna


Sri Ranganatha Temple is 1200 year old and is dedicated to Ranganatha – a manifestation of Lord Vishnu. It was built by the Gangas in the 9th Century and later on the temple was improved on by the Hoysalas and Vijayanagara Kings. The temple is one of the set of three temples dedicated to Lord Vishnu on three islands on the river Cauvery. Don’t miss the Idol of Lord Vishnu in sleeping posture under the hood of the great snake Anantha.

Sri Ranganatha Temple Darshan Timings: 8:00 – 9:30 am and 7:00 – 8:00 pm every day.

 

Tipu’s Summer Palace – Daria Daulat Bagh, Srirangapatna


Daria Daulat Palace was built by Tipu Sultan in 1784, is based on Indo-Sarcenic architectural style and is built of teakwood. This 230 year old palace is now a museum and houses Tipu memorabilia – like coins, clothes, arms and armaments, etc. The palace has beautifully studded with frescoes on its walls, the outer walls have battle scene, while the inner walls have floral patterns. There are many paintings in the palace – including the famous "Storming of Srirangapattanam" painting by Sir Robert Porter, painted in 1800 AD; Tipu’s 3D effect warrior portrait by John Zaffany painted in 1780 and many paintings of Tipu and his confidants by Thomas Hickey.

Daria Daulat Baug Timings: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.

Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace Entry Fee: Rs.5 for Indians & Rs.100 for Foreigners.

Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary


Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary was established at the behest of the famous ornithologist Dr Saleem Ali by the Wodeyar Kings of Mysore in 1940. The small Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary consists of 3 islets and an area of 40 acres on the river Cauvery, downstream from the KRS Dam. There have been about 170 birds that have been recorded to return to Ranganathittu year after year. Popular birds at the sanctuary are Painted Stork, Spoonbill, Woolly-necked Stork, Black-headed Ibis, Lesser Whistling Duck, Indian Shag, Stork-billed Kingfisher, Egret, Cormorant, Oriental Darter, Heron, Great Stone Plover, River Tern and Streak-throated Swallows.

Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary Timings: 8:30 am to 6:00 pm.

Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary Entry Fee: Rs.20 For Indians, Rs.60 for Foreigners.

 

Chamundeshwari Temple at Chamundi Hills


Chamundreshwari Temple is dedicated the Goddess Chamundreshwari who is an incarnation of Goddess Kali or Durga. Chamundreshwari Temple was built on top of Chamundi Hills (the hill derives its name from the Temple Deity) in the 12th Century by the Hoysala Kings and was renovated 17th Century by the Vijayanagara Kings. The idol of Goddess Chamundeshwari is of gold and weighs 15 kgs. There is a 16 ft tall & 25 ft long monolith statue of Nandi on Chamundi hills which is very popular. Near the temple is a statue of Mahisasura, who was slain by Goddess Chamundeshwari.

Chamundeshwari Temple at Chamundi Hills Timings 7:30 am to 2:00 pm, 3:30 pm to 6:00 pm, 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm

Mysore Palace


Mysore Palace was completed in 1912, and is the fourth structure to occupy the site. This palace replaced the old palace mostly built of wood after it was destroyed in a fire and the new palace was commissioned in 1897. This 145 ft. tall palace with five storied towers and three storied palace building is built in Indo-Saracenic architectural style with fine gray granite, deep pink marble domes, and expansive arches; and was designed by Henry Irwin. The palace interiors are studded with elegantly carved doors, sprawling pavilions, regal chandeliers, beautiful stained glass ceilings and attractive frescoes depicting scenes from the Indian epics.

Ambavilas or Diwan-e-khas is an exquisitely designed hall for the King’s private audience. This is by far the most spectacular room of the palace complete with an elegantly carved rosewood doorway embellished with ivory, ornately gilded columns, beautiful stained glass ceiling, spectacular chandeliers and the mosaic floors embellished with semi-precious stones.



Public Darbar Hall is for the Kings public audience. This larges 6,500 sq ft hall has bottle shaped pillars and is studded with numerous paintings including works from Raja Ravi Varma.
 

 

Mysore Palace


Kalyana Mantapa or Marriage Hall is an impressive octagonal shaped hall with beautiful stain glass ceiling and mosaic floor with peacock motifs.



Gome Thotti or Dolls Hall is the first hall of entry into the Palace for sightseeing and contains traditional dolls along with Indian and European sculptures. The Dolls Hall also displays the Golden Howda decorated with 84 kgs of gold, which is used in the Dasara Procession now & previously used to carry the King.



Mysore Palace Timings: 10:00 am – 5:30 pm (Closed during Dasara Festival).

Mysore Palace Lighting Timings: – 7:00 pm to 7:45 pm (Every Sunday and on all public holidays).

Mysore Palace Sound & Light Show Timings: – 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm (On all days expect, Sundays & Govt. Holidays). Please note that there has been instances that this show has been discontinued twice earlier, request guests to please check at the Palace Premises and plan their tour accordingly.

Mysore Palace Entry Fees: Rs.40 for Indians & Rs.200 for Foreigners.

Mysore Zoo


Mysore Zoo, one of the oldest Zoos in the world was established in 1892 by then King Maharaja Chamaraja Wodeyar in his summer palace (originally called the Palace Zoo). It was built out as a private zoo for the royals and later opened to the public in 1902. View the rare animals from across the world; don’t miss the Rhinos, Anacondas, Crocodiles, Giraffe, Zebras, Leopards, Lions, and the magnificent national animal & bird – Tigers & Peacocks. With about 2.5 million visitors a year, Mysore Zoo is among the most popular zoos in Asia.

Mysore Zoo Timings: 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM all days (Tuesday Holiday).

Mysore Zoo Entry Fee: Rs.40/Adult; Rs.20/Child. Book the Entry Tickets Online to avoid long queues at the ticket counters – Log on to:   Mysore Zoo - Buy Entry Tickets Online (Click Here)

Mysore Zoo Battery Powered Cart Fares: Rs.100/Adult, Rs.50/Child & Rs.125/Adult, Rs.75/Child when booked online.

 

Jaganmohan Palace


Jaganmohan palace was built in 1861 as an alternative residence for the Royals and used as the main residence as well as Public Darbar Hall from 1897 to 1912 while The Mysore Palace was being constructed. Jaganmohan Palace was the coronation venue for King Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV which was attended by the then Viceroy and Governor General of India, Lord Curzon. The Jaganmohan Palace was converted into an art gallery in 1875 exhibiting works from famous painters like Raja Ravi Verma and Svetoslav Roerich. Watch the parade of miniature soldiers every hour on the French Clock gifted to the Royals, catch it at 12 noon to see all the military contingents complete with their band-sets do a march past.

Jaganmohan Palace & Art Gallery Timings: 8:30 am to 5:30 pm (Closed during Dasara Festival).

Jaganmohan Palace & Art Gallery Entry fee: Rs.25 / adult & Rs.10 / child.

Brindavan Gardens & KRS Dam


Brindavan Gardens was built adjacent to the KRS Dam across the river Cauvery in the year 1932. Sir Mirza Ismail – the then Diwan of Mysore conceived the idea of the gardens to be designed similar to the Mughal style Shalimar Gardens of Kashmir. Brindavan Gardens is laid out on 3 terraces with water fountains, manicured lawns, bushes, flower beds and trees. The Gardens has a musical fountain and boating in the lake.

Brindavan Gardens & KRS Dam Timings: 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.

Brindavan Gardens Fountain Timings: 7:00 - 7:55 pm on weekdays & 7:00 - 8:55 pm on weekends and holidays. During Winter: 6:30 - 7:25 pm on weekdays 6:30 - 8:25 pm on weekends and holidays.

Brindavan Gardens Musical Fountain Timings: Weekdays 6:30 – 7:30 pm. and weekends 6:30 – 8:30 pm. Brindavan Gardens & KRS Dam Entry Fee: Rs.15 / person.

Note that the Brindavan Gardens were closed due to security reasons during the Cauvery Water Dispute strife. During summer months when the water level is low, the working of fountains is suspended due to shortage of water.

 

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