Southern India is a heavenly abode of magnificent monuments, standing majestically from ages. The architecture of the South Indian monuments is breathtakingly beautiful and grand. From Dravidian architecture to Vijayanagara style of architecture, from elaborate pillars of Chalukyas to minute stone carvings by Krishnadevaraya, each monument has a different tale to tell. From tall, intricately carved gopurams to majestic pillars and life-sized shrines, these South Indian temples are rich in legend and stunning in their grandeur.
Known for the Subramanya temple with Subramanya, lord of all serpents as the deity, Kukke Subramanya is a village with beautiful landscapes all around. Placed on the banks of the river Kumaradhara, this village is a pleasant mix of natural beauty and religious sanctity. Its unparalleled and abundant natural endowment makes it a popular tourist destination. It is mostly well known for its religious attractions, with a quite a few temples in the area. It is also a tourist spot owing to the lush green forests, rivers and the mountains that surround these temples.
Pick up form railway station / airport and proceed to Hassan, enroot visit Shravanabelagola, Belur & Halebid. Overnight stay at Hassan
After breakfast drive to Kukke Subramanya. Overnight stay. Kukke Subrahmanya is situated in a picturesque surrounding at the feet of Western Ghats in the Sullia Taluk of Dakshina Kannada District of Karnataka State. The Subrahmanya Temple is one of the famous and richest temples of South India. This place is directly connected by road from Bangalore, Mysore, Mangalore, Udupi, Dharmasthala and other places. It is surrounded by Kodagu district in the east, Puttur Taluk of Dakshina Kannada district in the west, Sakleshpur of Hassan district in the north, and Sullia, the Taluk headquarter in south. Direct buses are moving between Subrahmanya and these places. Subramanya used to be called as Kukke Pattana in the past. In the 'Shankara Vijaya' Anandagiri observes that Sri Shankaracharya camped here for a few days during his religious expedition (Digvijaya). Shankaracharya referred to this place as 'Bhaje Kukke Lingam' in his 'Subrahmanya Bhujangaprayata Stotram'.
Early morning take darshan then breakfast from hotel and proceed to Coorg. Evening for leisure, Overnight stay.
Full day visits at Coorg. Visit Talakaveri, Bhaghamandala, Abby Falls, Raja's Seat, Omkareswara Temple, Madikeri Fort, Raja's Tomb, etc Overnight stay at Coorg.
After breakfast, proceed to Mysore check in to hotel and local visits at Mysore covering Bull Temple, Maharaja Palace, St. Philomina's Church, and Brindavan Gardens etc. Overnight stay at Mysore.
After breakfast, proceed to Bangalore, on arrival, drop at railway station / airport