Onboard the Golden Chariot Pride Of The South luxury train, guests not only enjoy the royal treatment, but also visit some of the major destinations of South India with a never before travel experience.
The major highlights of the luxurious 7-night and 8-day journey are visit to the tigers abode Kabini, imperial Mysore, architectural splendor of Belur, beaches of Goa, a lot more. Thus, this train travel will help in meeting various travel themes such as heritage, cultural and wildlife interactions, all contributing to everlasting memories.
• Duration: 8 Days/7 Nights
• Destinations Covered: Bangalore – Kabini – Srirangapatnam – Mysore – Shravanabelagola – Belur – Halebid – Hampi – Badami – Pattadakal – Goa – Bangalore
Day 3: Mysore (Wednesday)
On the 3rd day of the luxury train travel, you will head towards Mysore from Bandipur. It takes about 1 hour 45 minutes drive to reach. En route halt for lunch. As you drive through the way, highlights such as friendly locals, paddy fields, natural setting, and pleasant climate will engross your senses.
Mysore, located at a distance of 140 km from Bangalore and at an altitude of 770 m above the sea level, retains a quaint charm. The city is popularly known as ‘City of Palaces’ and the architectural splendor does not fail to enchant the visitors. The city also celebrates the festival of Dasara with great show and grace. Moreover, the city is also dotted with pilgrimage centers, exquisite temples, and scenic spots.
Half day sightseeing tour is the major highlight of the day. The Brindavan Gardens and the attractions of Srirangapatna are the areas to be covered in the sightseeing tour of Mysore. Thereafter, the tour is to be concluded with a visit to the Lalitha Mahal Palace. Here, the guests would also be provided royal dinner complemented with a cultural performance.
Return to the train by 2200 hours as overnight stay is to be onboard. Thereafter, the train chugs to Hassan, the next destination.
We advice our guests to go for advance bookings on Golden Chariot train so that you won’t face any last minute disheartenment.
Contributed by Neelam Talreja