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2 Nights Mysore in 3 Star Hotel Starting from Rs. 16,799/-
with (Cab) + (Breakfast) (per Couple || Valid upto Dec 19)

Hotel: Sepoy Grande, Mysore
Duration: 2 Nights / 3 Days
Package Code: 23MY01
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Glimpse of "Majestic Mysore Tour Package"

For those who love travelling and like to explore a destination at ease, we have Majestic Mysore Holiday Package where you can spend 3 days and 2 nights in Mysore, exploring its royalty, culture and traditions. Located just 3 hours away from Bangalore, Mysore is an eclectic mix of mesmerising natural landscapes, grand Dussehra celebrations and regal architecture.

Spend 2 nights and 3 days of stay in Hotel Name and explore sightseeing places in a private cab of your choice and gift yourself with the best trip of your life to Mysore and all this without any hassle. Wildlife, nature and adventure lovers will definitely find Mysore an interesting place to visit for the vast number of trekking routes, protected sanctuaries, lakes and hills dotting the city limits.

Foodies also will like Mysore as you can indulge in the delectable local dishes such as Mysore dosa, Mysore Pak and murukku. Close proximity to Bangalore makes Mysore an excellent weekend getaway where tourists can enjoy some tranquillity while still enjoying the amenities of a modern city with our custom designed 2 Nights & 3 Days Mysore tour packages from Bangalore.

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Hotels & Rates for "Majestic Mysore Holiday Package"

Meal Plan: CP (Breakfast Only)
  • Twin Sharing: Rs.16,799/- per Couple
Hotel: Sepoy Grande, Mysore
Areas: Fort Mohalla
City: Mysuru
Star Category:
Address: 62B, MG Road, Opp JSS Hospital, Fort Mohalla, Mysuru, Karnataka 570004
Location: Hotel near Fort Mohalla, Mysore
  • A/c Indica for the 3 Days Sightseeing
  • Accommodation for 2 nights in Mysore Hotel Sepoy Grande
  • 2 x Breakfast at Mysore Hotel
  • All sightseeing and transfers as per below Itinerary
  • Pickup and drop from Bangalore Airport / Railway Station / Bus Stand
  • Driver allowances and parking charges
  • Inclusive of All Taxes
  • Meals other than specified in the cost include section
  • Entrance fees to monuments, sight-seeing, parks and Sanctuaries
  • Items of personal nature viz. tips, laundry, tel-calls, mineral water, insurance, camera fees, etc..
  • Anything not specifically mentioned in the cost includes section
Itinerary for Majestic Mysore Holiday Package "2 Nights / 3 Days"
Day 1: Bangalore to Mysore | Mysore Arrival & Sightseeing

Pickup from Bangalore Airport / Railway Station / Bus Station and proceed to Mysore (Bangalore to Mysore 3 Hrs & 145 Kms). Enroute visit Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple and Gumbaz in Srirangapatna. On Arrival at Mysore, check-in to Mysore Hotel. After fresh up, proceed to below Mysore Sightseeing Places:

Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple - Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple is an ancient temple located in the small town of Srirangapatna, 22 KM away from Mysore. The most stunning feature of the temple is probably the way it reflects the golden rays of the rising sun! The marvellous carvings on the gopuram is truly an exotic piece of art and a sight to behold. These temples are very highly regarded by devotees and the temple in Srirangapatna worships the Adi Ranga. The temple is also protected by the Archaeological Survey of India for its historical and cultural significance.

Gumbaz - Located at a mere distance of 15 KM from Mysore, Gumbaz was built by Tipu Sultan in honour of his parents. The mausoleum was built in 1784 AD and it is 20 metres tall. It imitates the intricate architecture of Golconda Fort in Hyderabad. Gumbaz is surrounded by a well-maintained garden called Lalbagh Garden at the centre of which Gumbaz stands on an elevated platform. The platform’s veranda is beautified by minarets constructed of black granite. The extraordinary carvings on the ivory doors, the artwork on the domes and stone windows are a testament to the brilliant craftsmanship of the bygone era. Furthermore, the walls have been painted in tiger stripes to honour the bravery of Tipu Sultan.

KRS Dam - KSR another destination of interest for tourists located just 19 KM away from Mysore. The most unique thing about the dam is that it had been constructed of limestones and bricks instead of cement! KRS Dam had also made India proud by being one of the first dams in the world to operate sluice gates. This 3 KM long dam is spread over an area of 130 sq. KMS and holds the water of Cauvery, Hemavati and Lakshmana Thirtha rivers. The reservoir of the dam is also the largest reservoir in India. The water of KRS Dam powers the cities of Mysore, Mandya and Bangalore. You can visit the dam anytime between 6:30 AM and 9 PM.

Mysore Brindavan Gardens - The Brindavan Gardens of Mysore seems to go on forever with its rolling terrace gardens, countless trees, beautiful flower beds and small pools. The garden has enjoyed immense popularity with tourists since its construction in 1932. The garden is known for its beautiful patterns made by topiaries, pergolas and gazebos. The evening strolls, sunsets, and dancing fountains can give you an experience of a lifetime. There are swings and rides available for children. Do not miss out on the musical fountains and a boat ride on the Cauvery river!

Overnight stay at Mysore Hotel.

Day 2: Full Day Mysore Sightseeing

After Breakfast, proceed to visit other tourist places of Mysore including:

Chamundi Hills - Chamundi Hills is one of the most famous landmarks of Mysore. The hills are home to the most revered Chamundeshwari Temple and some of the most exquisite viewpoints of the city. Another destination that you could visit here is Lalithadri, a small palace belonging to the kings of Mysore. The best time to visit the temple is during Dussehra.

Statue of Mahishasura and Nandi - A colourfully painted statue Mahishasura holding a cobra and a sword in each hand is one of the major attractions of Chamundi Hills. Mahishasura has been touted as a generous ruler of Mysore instead of an asura. Another statue at Chamundi Hills that tourists love to see is that of Nandi. This massive statue of Nandi is the third largest statue of Nandi in India and has been carved out of a single rock.

Mysore Zoological Gardens - Mysore Zoological Gardens is a proud home to 168 different species of animals, birds and reptiles. The zoo attracts children who take a special interest in nature and wildlife. The animals are kept safe in natural surroundings and tourists are educated in wildlife conservation and eco friendly practices. Do not miss out on the zoo exhibitions and gift shops.

Mysore Maharaja Palace - Mysore Palace is the best example of Indo-Saracenic style of architecture in Karnataka. Built in 1912, the palace blends together Hindu, Islamic, Rajasthani and Gothic styles of design. Standing proud within the Old Fort boundaries, the best time to visit Mysore Palace is during Dussehra when the entire palace is decorated with festive lights.

St. Philomena's Cathedral - The second tallest church of Asia, St. Philomena's Church is dedicated to Saint Philomena. The architecture of the church reflects the Neo-Gothic style. Built in 1933, the church still preserves the remains of Saint Philomena. The lofty windows and stained glass windows are truly a sight to behold. The Sunday mass of the church is often attended by tourists.

Mysore Railway Museum - Mysore Railway Museum was started in 1979 by the Indian Railways. This museum is a must-visit for kids particularly for its rich collection of photographs, artefacts of Indian railways and mesmerising locomotives. Children might also enjoy a ride on the toy train running through the museum.

Overnight stay at Mysore Hotel.

Day 3: Checkout | Optional Mysore Sightseeing | Mysore to Bangalore

After Breakfast, Checkout from your Mysore hotel and proceed to Bangalore. If time permits you can also plan to visit few more tourist places of Mysore including:

Jagan Mohan Palace - Jaganmohan Palace is an example of magnificent art and architecture that found patronage in Wodeyar kings. The palace used to be a royal residence until 1912 and was then converted into an art gallery and function hall. The auditorium hosts performances of artists from all over the globe whereas the art gallery holds exhibitions all through the year.

Jayachamarajendra Art Gallery - Jagan Mohan Palace was converted into Jayachamarajendra Art Gallery in 1955. It is one of the best art galleries in India and preserves invaluable artefacts and paintings of Mysore’s royalty. The art gallery boasts of the presence of Rembrandt, Ruben, Roerich, Raja Rama Varma, Tagore and Haldenkar. You will also find sculptures, weapons, musical instruments, brassware and sandalwood carvings, gold leaf paintings and French musical clocks in its collection.

Mysore Sand Sculpture Museum - Mysore Sand Sculpture Museum was the first of its kind in India. It is a museum unlike any other in the sense that it displays sand sculptures made of sand and water alone. The most loved attraction of the museum is a 15 feet statue of Lord Ganesha. Look out for the mesmerising craftsmanship and almost lifelike sculptures of the Mysore Kings, Arabian Nights, Egyptian Pharaohs, exotic landscapes and animals!

Melody World Wax Museum - Melody World Wax Museum is a unique museum that honours musical traditions through its life-size wax sculptures of musicians and musical instruments. The museum documents the journey of music from ancient times to modern days. The museum was established in 2010 by Shreeji Bhaskaran, as a tribute to musicians all over the world.

Drop at Bangalore Airport / Railway Station / Bus Stand for your return journey.

End of a Great Tour!!!.

The most wonderful thing about the city of Mysore is that it has something to offer for everyone visiting. There is no dearth of things to do and places to visit while one is in Mysore, and we believe that our detailed itinerary will help you to see everything that makes Mysore the city it is.

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The Majestic Mysore Tour Package for 2 Nights & 3 Days is also inclusive of a private cab and a chauffeur who will take you to the most prominent sightseeing places in Mysore as per above itinerary. You can customize whichever place you like to visit or even for how long. The toll gate charges and parking charges along with driver batta has also been included in this Mysore tour package. We also give various choices of cab for our customers to choose from Hatchback, Sedan and SUV.

Pickup and drop facility from Bengaluru is also offered in this package, while if required, we can also customize the Majestic Mysore tour package to suit our guest’s requirements. We at Mysore Tourism, ensure that our guests have a hassle free travel without any worries of arrangements and booking. Also check our complete list of All-inclusive Mysore tour packages which comes with hotel, cab for sightseeing and meal plan as per your preferences.

Facilities at Sepoy Grande, Mysore

  • Tea / Coffee Maker
  • Color TV with Satellite Transmission
  • Multi Cuisine Restaurant
  • Running Hot & Cold Water
  • 24 Hours Room Service
Why book with us?

Booking a Mysore holiday package with Mysore Tourism ensures a hassle free trip. On time reply, high standards of services, different accommodation options from budget to luxury hotels, flexibility to pick and choose right from your door-step, and customization of holiday packages are offered to every customer. Our Mysore travel experts are available for 24/7 to help you, guiding and suggesting you about the destination and if needed solving any problem promptly. Our Mysore holiday packages also include pickup and drop services from Bangalore Airport / Railway Station / Bus Stop. If required we also offer pickup and drop from other cities or towns with a very minimal charge.

About Mysore

Whether you are a nature lover, a history aficionado or an adventurer, Mysore has got something in its bag for you no matter what your interests are. From the beautiful lakes surrounding the city to the captivating art galleries and a part of history embraced in the enticing palaces, Mysore is a must-visit in every globetrotter's list. The best time to visit the city is in the dry months of November to January when the weather is pleasant and nature is at its peak of elegance. Experience culture, art, history, nature, and frenzy all together as you visit Mysore, a one-stop destination for all your travel pursuits.

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