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Gateway to South India lets you experience the untouched delight of peninsular India. The Indian heritage is more intact here in Southern India than in any other regions of the country due to lack of foreign invasion. This land of temples awaits you with new wonders every time you visit here. So come and explore the unexplored South India and have an interlude with its beautiful nature.

Covering destinations like Mumbai, Goa, Belgaum, Badami, Aihole, Pattadakal, Hospet, Hampi, Hospet, Belur, Halebid, Hassan, Mysore, Ooty, Cochin, Kumarakom and Alleppey; our south India getaway package lets you get up close and personal with India in a unique way.

Gateway to South India

Day 0 : Departure from U.K

Day 01 : Arrive Mumbai

On arrival at Mumbai airport meet with ITP.co.uk representative at airport arrival lounge and transfer to the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 02 : Mumbai - Goa

Morning after breakfast transfer to the airport to board the flight for Goa. On arrival meet with ITP.co.uk representative and transfer to the resort. Rest of the day free for own activity. Overnight stay at resort.

Day 03 : Goa

Day free for own activity. Overnight stay at resort.

Day 04 : Goa - Belgaum - Badami (275 kms 6 hrs)

Morning after breakfast drive to Badami, via Belgum visiting en-route. On arrival at badami check in at the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

Belgaum, situated in the northwestern part of Karnataka. It lies on the border of the two states Maharashtra and Goa. Belgaum is one of the oldest towns in the state. It also also has a number of training centres of the Indian Armed Forces, and an air base of the Indian Air Force. This place enjoys rich cultural diversity stemming from its proximity to Maharashtra and Goa. The customs and traditions of Belgaum have been influenced by both the Kannada and Marathi cultures. Nestled in the foothills of the Western Ghats, it enjoys a cool, salubrious climate and is surrounded by natural beauty in the form of rivers, hills and dense evergreen forests.
Belgaum fort is in the heart of the city and worth exploring. Inside the fort one can find an ancient Jain temple of black stone. Just a few meters of walk to this temple is Ramkrishna Ashrama where you can relax. There is also an ancient Masjid in the fort. Belgaum Cantonment has both Portuguese and British style buildings, churches and schools.

Day 05 : Badami

Morning after breakfast excursion around Badami. Overnight stay at hotel.

Badami or Vatapi was the center of ancient Chalukyan glory. It was home to several rock-cut temples and structural temples. Historically, Vatapi suffered defeat at the hands of the Pallava king Narasimhavarma Pallavan (Mamalla after whom Mamallapuram is named) and his general Sirutonda Naayanaar in the year 642 CE. Twelve years later, the Chalukyas recaptured Vatapi and led a successful attack on Kanchipuram the capital of Pallavas.

Cave Temples : - The cave temples perched atop a flight of 200 steps, the temple complex consists of four ancient rock-cut caves replete with carved pillars and bracket figures. Of the four temples, three are Brahmanical temples while the fourth one is a Jain cave. The third cave temple, dedicated to Lord Vishnu, stands out among the lot for its sheer size and sculptural elegance.

Badami Fort : - An uneven, steep and winding flight of steps between caves 2 and 3 lead to the imposing Badami fort. Within the ramparts of the fort, nestle a large granary, an underground chamber which must have served as a treasury or private audience hall and many other architectural marvels. The fort, whose chief attraction is the Tipu's cannon, also houses a carved temple raised on top of the northern end of the hill.

Bhoothanatha and Malegitti Temples : -The Bhoothanatha temple houses an 18-armed Shiva, Ganesh, Mahishamardini Durga, Varaha and Nrisingha. The pillared hallway is ornamented with exquisite artwork. The Malegitti Visalia Temple (late 7th century) is another major attraction of Badami.

Day 06 : Badami - Aihole - Pattadakal - Hospet

Morning after breakfast drive to Hospet Visiting Aihole & Pattadakal. On arrival at Hospet check in at the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

Aihole, was the first capital of the early Chalukyas. It is situated on the banks of the river Malaprabha and has over a hundred temples scattered around the village. The sculptures of Ailhole temples have superb architecture. The oldest temple here is, perhaps, the Lad Khan temple dating back to the 5th Century. On the roof of the temple is another shrine-like Vimana. The temple was built in late 7th or early 8th century.. It consists of a shrine with two mantapas in front of it. The God here is Lord Shiva. The temple was built in a Panchayat style, indicating a very early experiment in temple construction.

Pattadakal is renowned for the group of the 8th century CE monuments. Located on the banks of the river Malaprabha, Pattadakal is the capital of the Chalukya rulers. Packed with a dozen or so temples of varying sizes and antiquity, Pattadakal is one of the unique places to see that many temples of the early Chalukyan architecture. Also it is a rare place where the south Indian & north Indian style temples share the same landscape.The oldest of them all is the Sangamesvara Temple built by king Vijayaditya during the 8 century AD.

Day 07 : Hospet - Hampi- Hospet

Morning after breakfast temple tour of Hospet & Hampi. Overnight stay at hotel.

Hampi, the seat of the famed VIJAYANAGARA empire was the capital of the largest empire in post-mogul India, covering several states. The empire reigned supreme under Krishnadevaraya, the Emperor. The Vijayanagara empire stretched over at least three states - Karnataka, Maharashtra, and Andhra Pradesh. The destruction of Vijayanagar by marauding Moghul invaders was sudden, shocking and absolute. They reduced the city to ruins amid scenes of savage massacre and horrors beggaring description.

Although in ruins today, this capital city once boasted riches known far beyond the shores of India. The ruins of Hampi of the 14th Century lies scattered in about 26 sq. km area, amidst giant boulders and vegetation. Protected by the tempestuous river Tungabhadra in the north and rocky granite ridges on the other three sides, the ruins silently narrate the story of grandeur splendor and fabulous wealth. The splendid remains of palaces and gateways of the broken city tells a tale of men infinite talent and power of creativity together with his capacity for senseless destruction.

Day 08 : Hospet - Belur - Halebid - Hassan, 280 km

Morning after breakfast drive to Hassan, en- route visit Belur & helebid. Further continue drive to Hassan. On arrival check in at the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 09 : Hassan - Shravanabelagola - Mysore, 115 km

Morning after breakfast drive to Mysore, en-route visit Shravanabelgola. The town is located in the midst of two hills. There is a tank in the midst of this town called "Belagola" and the town is called by the same name. It is 8 miles from Channarayapatna in Hassan district. The town's Municipality has existed for the past 70 years. Shravanabelagola is a holy place for Jains. Their Guru is residing here in a Mutt. There is a Sanskrit Patashala to study Sanskrit and Shastras.

There are ancient monuments in and around Shravanabelagola. There are monuments of rare excellence and skill got executed by the illustrious Gangas and Hoysalas who had profound sense of duty and ardent devotion to religion. The chief monuments are found in two sacred hills known as the Vindhyagiri and the Chandragiri. On arrival at Mysore. Check in at the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 10 : Mysore

After breakfast, visit this ancient princely city, famous for its silks, sandalwood and various palaces, among which the largest palace in India, built in Indo-Persian style in 1900. Visit an art gallery and the Chamunseshwari Temple dedicated to the goddess Kali on Chamundi Hill, from which you have a panoramic view of the city. You will also visit Somnathpur, famous for the temple of Keshava. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 11 : Mysore - Ooty

Morning after breakfast drive to Ooty. On arrival check into the hotel. Evening free to explore the beautiful & ravishing beauty of Ooty. Also visit Botanical Garden; A variety of exotic and ornamental plants adorn this garden which is the venue for the Flower show held in May every year. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 12 : Ooty

Morning after breakfast, sightseeing of Ooty, visit the beautiful botanical garden designed in 1847. Visit the shores of Lake Ooty, where boating is a favourite pastime and Doddabetta Peak, the highest point in the Nilgiri mountains (2,623 m.). Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 13 : Ooty - Cochin, 290 kmtour to south india

Morning after breakfast drive to Cochin, on arrival check in at the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 14 : Cochin - Kumarakom, 60 km

Morning after breakfast city sightseeing tour of Cochin visit including the Dutch Palace, built by Portuguese and presented to the Raja of Cochin in 1555 AD, Jewish Synagogue situated in Mattancherry, the Synagogue was built in 1568 AD, St. Francis Church - It is here the remains of Vasco da Gama were initially buried before it was taken to Portugal. Chinese fishing nets - Is said to have been brought from China by traders of Kubala Khan's Court, they are used at high tide.
Later in the afternoon drive to Kumarakom. On arrival check in at the resort. Overnight stay at resort.

Day 15 : Kumarakom - Alleppey, 30 km

Morning at leisure or to explore the bird sanctuary. Later in the afternoon drive to Alleppey, popularly known as the 'Venice of the East'. Here a houseboat awaits you for a magnificent backwater cruise. Overnight stay in Houseboat.

Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary is spread over 14-acres and is a favourite haunt of migratory and other water birds. Aruvikkuzhi Waterfalls, 2 Km down a mud lane is known for its beautiful landscape and cascading falls. The Vembanad Lake is a feast for the eyes with its traditional country crafts or Kettuvallams and canoes floating up and down. The lake and its surrounding area can be best explored on a houseboat. There is a small island, Pathiramanal or Midnight Sands which is worth a visit for its natural beauty.
The quaint town is a cluster of little islands, located on the banks of the Vembanad Lake in the Kuttanad region of Kerala. Renowned for its natural beauty, Kumarakom is an ideal base to experience the famous Kerala backwaters, replete with meandering lagoons, coconut trees, endless rows of paddy fields interspersed by waterways and canals.

Day 16 : Alleppey - Cochin, 64 km - Mumbai

After a leisure breakfast, bid adieu to your crew and drive to Cochin. On arrival transfer to the airport ot board the flight for Mumbai. On arrival meet with ITP.co.uk representative and transfer to the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 17 : Mumbai - Departure

Transfer to the International airport to board the flight for onward destination.

 

Gateway to South India

Below are details given for Gateway to South India and prices per person in GBP. We have classified rates in three categories as per the standard of the hotels. I.e 3 star, 4 star and 5 star. you can select the tour as per your choice of hotels, You can also see hotel details by clicking the link of hotel used . This will give you a better idea about the accommodation we are providing you.

Rates Valid From 1st April 17 to 30th Sep 17 (Below Cost based on Per Person Basis.)*

No. of Pax Standard Hotels 3* Deluxe Hotels 4* Luxury Hotels 5*
05 - 09 Pax 712 GBP 910 GBP 1382 GBP
02 Pax 977 GBP  1175 GBP 1647 GBP
04 Pax 766 GBP  965 GBP 1437 GBP

Rates Valid From 1st October 17 to 31st March 18 (Below Cost based on Per Person Basis.)*

No. of Pax Standard Hotels 3* Deluxe Hotels 4* Luxury Hotels 5*
05 - 09 Pax 771 GBP 969 GBP 1441 GBP
02 Pax 1036 GBP 1245 GBP 1705 GBP
04 Pax 826 GBP 1024 GBP 1496 GBP

Supplement ( P.P in GBP) 3* Star 4* Star 5* Star
Dinner 118 250 283
Monument fees 78 78 78

The Above Quote Includes:

  • Accommodation on double sharing basis
  • Daily Breakfast
  • All the Transfers with English speaking representative
  • All meals in Houseboat.
  • A/c car for entire tour
  • Services of English speaking driver
  • Toll Taxes and Parking
  • Road Taxes
  • Fuel expenses
  • All the applicable taxes

The Above Quote does not include :

  • Monument fees, Supplement is given separately
  • Laundry/Tips/Alcoholic drinks/minera.
  • Mineral water etc/ any airfare/monument fees/ meals except then breakfast any other expenses not mentioned above

List of 3* Hotels

City Name of Hotels Web Address
Mumbai Hotel Sukh http://sukhhotel.in/
Goa Nazri Resort http://nazriresort.com/
Badami Maurya Chalukya  
Hospet Hotel Priadarshani http://www.karnatakaholidays.net/
Hassan Souther Star http://www.ushalexushotels.com/
Mysore United 21 http://www.united21hotelmysore.com/
Ooty Hotel Lake View http://www.hotellakeview.com/
Cochin Hotel yuvrani Residency http://www.yuvaraniresidency.com/
Kumarakom Hotel Green Field http://greenfieldskumarakom.in/
Alleppey House Boat  

List of 4* Hotels

City Name of Hotels Web Address
Mumbai Hotel Ramee Guestline http://www.rameehotels.com/mumbai-india/ramee-guestline-hotel-juhu/overview
Goa Hotel Ocean Palms
http://www.oceanpalmsgoa.com/
Badami Badami Court http://www.alliancehotels.com/
Hospet Hotel Maligi http://www.malligihotels.com/
Hassan Hoyasala Village http://hoysalavillageresorts.com/
Mysore Sandesh the prince http://www.sandeshtheprince.com/
Ooty Sullivan Court http://fortunehotels.in
Cochin Hotel Dunes http://www.duneshotels.com/
Kumarakom Hotel Green Field http://greenfieldskumarakom.in/
Alleppey House boat  

List of 5* Hotels

City Name of Hotels Web Address
Mumbai Hotel Sun-n-sand http://www.sunnsandhotel.com/
Goa Hotel Cidade-de-Goa http://www.cidadedegoa.com/
Badami Badami Court http://www.alliancehotels.com/
Hospet Hotel Maligi http://www.malligihotels.com/
Hassan Hoyasala Village http://hoysalavillageresorts.com/
Mysore Lalitha Mahal http://www.lalithamahalpalace.in/
Ooty Taj Savoy http://www.tajhotels.com/
Cochin Hotel The Fern http://www.fernhotels.com/beaumonde-the-fern-kochi.html
Kumarakom The Zuri http://www.thezurihotels.com/
Alleppey House boat  

 

Gateway to South India lets you experience the untouched delight of peninsular India. The Indian heritage is more intact here in Southern India than in any other regions of the country due to lack of foreign invasion. This land of temples awaits you with new wonders every time you visit here. So come and explore the unexplored South India and have an interlude with its beautiful nature.

Covering destinations like Mumbai, Goa, Belgaum, Badami, Aihole, Pattadakal, Hospet, Hampi, Hospet, Belur, Halebid, Hassan, Mysore, Ooty, Cochin, Kumarakom and Alleppey; our south India getaway package lets you get up close and personal with India in a unique way.

Gateway to South India

Day 0 : Departure from U.K

Day 01 : Arrive Mumbai

On arrival at Mumbai airport meet with ITP.co.uk representative at airport arrival lounge and transfer to the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 02 : Mumbai - Goa

Morning after breakfast transfer to the airport to board the flight for Goa. On arrival meet with ITP.co.uk representative and transfer to the resort. Rest of the day free for own activity. Overnight stay at resort.

Day 03 : Goa

Day free for own activity. Overnight stay at resort.

Day 04 : Goa - Belgaum - Badami (275 kms 6 hrs)

Morning after breakfast drive to Badami, via Belgum visiting en-route. On arrival at badami check in at the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

Belgaum, situated in the northwestern part of Karnataka. It lies on the border of the two states Maharashtra and Goa. Belgaum is one of the oldest towns in the state. It also also has a number of training centres of the Indian Armed Forces, and an air base of the Indian Air Force. This place enjoys rich cultural diversity stemming from its proximity to Maharashtra and Goa. The customs and traditions of Belgaum have been influenced by both the Kannada and Marathi cultures. Nestled in the foothills of the Western Ghats, it enjoys a cool, salubrious climate and is surrounded by natural beauty in the form of rivers, hills and dense evergreen forests.
Belgaum fort is in the heart of the city and worth exploring. Inside the fort one can find an ancient Jain temple of black stone. Just a few meters of walk to this temple is Ramkrishna Ashrama where you can relax. There is also an ancient Masjid in the fort. Belgaum Cantonment has both Portuguese and British style buildings, churches and schools.

Day 05 : Badami

Morning after breakfast excursion around Badami. Overnight stay at hotel.

Badami or Vatapi was the center of ancient Chalukyan glory. It was home to several rock-cut temples and structural temples. Historically, Vatapi suffered defeat at the hands of the Pallava king Narasimhavarma Pallavan (Mamalla after whom Mamallapuram is named) and his general Sirutonda Naayanaar in the year 642 CE. Twelve years later, the Chalukyas recaptured Vatapi and led a successful attack on Kanchipuram the capital of Pallavas.

Cave Temples : - The cave temples perched atop a flight of 200 steps, the temple complex consists of four ancient rock-cut caves replete with carved pillars and bracket figures. Of the four temples, three are Brahmanical temples while the fourth one is a Jain cave. The third cave temple, dedicated to Lord Vishnu, stands out among the lot for its sheer size and sculptural elegance.

Badami Fort : - An uneven, steep and winding flight of steps between caves 2 and 3 lead to the imposing Badami fort. Within the ramparts of the fort, nestle a large granary, an underground chamber which must have served as a treasury or private audience hall and many other architectural marvels. The fort, whose chief attraction is the Tipu's cannon, also houses a carved temple raised on top of the northern end of the hill.

Bhoothanatha and Malegitti Temples : -The Bhoothanatha temple houses an 18-armed Shiva, Ganesh, Mahishamardini Durga, Varaha and Nrisingha. The pillared hallway is ornamented with exquisite artwork. The Malegitti Visalia Temple (late 7th century) is another major attraction of Badami.

Day 06 : Badami - Aihole - Pattadakal - Hospet

Morning after breakfast drive to Hospet Visiting Aihole & Pattadakal. On arrival at Hospet check in at the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

Aihole, was the first capital of the early Chalukyas. It is situated on the banks of the river Malaprabha and has over a hundred temples scattered around the village. The sculptures of Ailhole temples have superb architecture. The oldest temple here is, perhaps, the Lad Khan temple dating back to the 5th Century. On the roof of the temple is another shrine-like Vimana. The temple was built in late 7th or early 8th century.. It consists of a shrine with two mantapas in front of it. The God here is Lord Shiva. The temple was built in a Panchayat style, indicating a very early experiment in temple construction.

Pattadakal is renowned for the group of the 8th century CE monuments. Located on the banks of the river Malaprabha, Pattadakal is the capital of the Chalukya rulers. Packed with a dozen or so temples of varying sizes and antiquity, Pattadakal is one of the unique places to see that many temples of the early Chalukyan architecture. Also it is a rare place where the south Indian & north Indian style temples share the same landscape.The oldest of them all is the Sangamesvara Temple built by king Vijayaditya during the 8 century AD.

Day 07 : Hospet - Hampi- Hospet

Morning after breakfast temple tour of Hospet & Hampi. Overnight stay at hotel.

Hampi, the seat of the famed VIJAYANAGARA empire was the capital of the largest empire in post-mogul India, covering several states. The empire reigned supreme under Krishnadevaraya, the Emperor. The Vijayanagara empire stretched over at least three states - Karnataka, Maharashtra, and Andhra Pradesh. The destruction of Vijayanagar by marauding Moghul invaders was sudden, shocking and absolute. They reduced the city to ruins amid scenes of savage massacre and horrors beggaring description.

Although in ruins today, this capital city once boasted riches known far beyond the shores of India. The ruins of Hampi of the 14th Century lies scattered in about 26 sq. km area, amidst giant boulders and vegetation. Protected by the tempestuous river Tungabhadra in the north and rocky granite ridges on the other three sides, the ruins silently narrate the story of grandeur splendor and fabulous wealth. The splendid remains of palaces and gateways of the broken city tells a tale of men infinite talent and power of creativity together with his capacity for senseless destruction.

Day 08 : Hospet - Belur - Halebid - Hassan, 280 km

Morning after breakfast drive to Hassan, en- route visit Belur & helebid. Further continue drive to Hassan. On arrival check in at the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 09 : Hassan - Shravanabelagola - Mysore, 115 km

Morning after breakfast drive to Mysore, en-route visit Shravanabelgola. The town is located in the midst of two hills. There is a tank in the midst of this town called "Belagola" and the town is called by the same name. It is 8 miles from Channarayapatna in Hassan district. The town's Municipality has existed for the past 70 years. Shravanabelagola is a holy place for Jains. Their Guru is residing here in a Mutt. There is a Sanskrit Patashala to study Sanskrit and Shastras.

There are ancient monuments in and around Shravanabelagola. There are monuments of rare excellence and skill got executed by the illustrious Gangas and Hoysalas who had profound sense of duty and ardent devotion to religion. The chief monuments are found in two sacred hills known as the Vindhyagiri and the Chandragiri. On arrival at Mysore. Check in at the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 10 : Mysore

After breakfast, visit this ancient princely city, famous for its silks, sandalwood and various palaces, among which the largest palace in India, built in Indo-Persian style in 1900. Visit an art gallery and the Chamunseshwari Temple dedicated to the goddess Kali on Chamundi Hill, from which you have a panoramic view of the city. You will also visit Somnathpur, famous for the temple of Keshava. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 11 : Mysore - Ooty

Morning after breakfast drive to Ooty. On arrival check into the hotel. Evening free to explore the beautiful & ravishing beauty of Ooty. Also visit Botanical Garden; A variety of exotic and ornamental plants adorn this garden which is the venue for the Flower show held in May every year. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 12 : Ooty

Morning after breakfast, sightseeing of Ooty, visit the beautiful botanical garden designed in 1847. Visit the shores of Lake Ooty, where boating is a favourite pastime and Doddabetta Peak, the highest point in the Nilgiri mountains (2,623 m.). Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 13 : Ooty - Cochin, 290 kmtour to south india

Morning after breakfast drive to Cochin, on arrival check in at the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 14 : Cochin - Kumarakom, 60 km

Morning after breakfast city sightseeing tour of Cochin visit including the Dutch Palace, built by Portuguese and presented to the Raja of Cochin in 1555 AD, Jewish Synagogue situated in Mattancherry, the Synagogue was built in 1568 AD, St. Francis Church - It is here the remains of Vasco da Gama were initially buried before it was taken to Portugal. Chinese fishing nets - Is said to have been brought from China by traders of Kubala Khan's Court, they are used at high tide.
Later in the afternoon drive to Kumarakom. On arrival check in at the resort. Overnight stay at resort.

Day 15 : Kumarakom - Alleppey, 30 km

Morning at leisure or to explore the bird sanctuary. Later in the afternoon drive to Alleppey, popularly known as the 'Venice of the East'. Here a houseboat awaits you for a magnificent backwater cruise. Overnight stay in Houseboat.

Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary is spread over 14-acres and is a favourite haunt of migratory and other water birds. Aruvikkuzhi Waterfalls, 2 Km down a mud lane is known for its beautiful landscape and cascading falls. The Vembanad Lake is a feast for the eyes with its traditional country crafts or Kettuvallams and canoes floating up and down. The lake and its surrounding area can be best explored on a houseboat. There is a small island, Pathiramanal or Midnight Sands which is worth a visit for its natural beauty.
The quaint town is a cluster of little islands, located on the banks of the Vembanad Lake in the Kuttanad region of Kerala. Renowned for its natural beauty, Kumarakom is an ideal base to experience the famous Kerala backwaters, replete with meandering lagoons, coconut trees, endless rows of paddy fields interspersed by waterways and canals.

Day 16 : Alleppey - Cochin, 64 km - Mumbai

After a leisure breakfast, bid adieu to your crew and drive to Cochin. On arrival transfer to the airport ot board the flight for Mumbai. On arrival meet with ITP.co.uk representative and transfer to the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 17 : Mumbai - Departure

Transfer to the International airport to board the flight for onward destination.

 

Gateway to South India

Below are details given for Gateway to South India and prices per person in GBP. We have classified rates in three categories as per the standard of the hotels. I.e 3 star, 4 star and 5 star. you can select the tour as per your choice of hotels, You can also see hotel details by clicking the link of hotel used . This will give you a better idea about the accommodation we are providing you.

Rates Valid From 1st April 17 to 30th Sep 17 (Below Cost based on Per Person Basis.)*

No. of Pax Standard Hotels 3* Deluxe Hotels 4* Luxury Hotels 5*
05 - 09 Pax 712 GBP 910 GBP 1382 GBP
02 Pax 977 GBP  1175 GBP 1647 GBP
04 Pax 766 GBP  965 GBP 1437 GBP

Rates Valid From 1st October 17 to 31st March 18 (Below Cost based on Per Person Basis.)*

No. of Pax Standard Hotels 3* Deluxe Hotels 4* Luxury Hotels 5*
05 - 09 Pax 771 GBP 969 GBP 1441 GBP
02 Pax 1036 GBP 1245 GBP 1705 GBP
04 Pax 826 GBP 1024 GBP 1496 GBP

Supplement ( P.P in GBP) 3* Star 4* Star 5* Star
Dinner 118 250 283
Monument fees 78 78 78

The Above Quote Includes:

  • Accommodation on double sharing basis
  • Daily Breakfast
  • All the Transfers with English speaking representative
  • All meals in Houseboat.
  • A/c car for entire tour
  • Services of English speaking driver
  • Toll Taxes and Parking
  • Road Taxes
  • Fuel expenses
  • All the applicable taxes

The Above Quote does not include :

  • Monument fees, Supplement is given separately
  • Laundry/Tips/Alcoholic drinks/minera.
  • Mineral water etc/ any airfare/monument fees/ meals except then breakfast any other expenses not mentioned above

List of 3* Hotels

City Name of Hotels Web Address
Mumbai Hotel Sukh http://sukhhotel.in/
Goa Nazri Resort http://nazriresort.com/
Badami Maurya Chalukya  
Hospet Hotel Priadarshani http://www.karnatakaholidays.net/
Hassan Souther Star http://www.ushalexushotels.com/
Mysore United 21 http://www.united21hotelmysore.com/
Ooty Hotel Lake View http://www.hotellakeview.com/
Cochin Hotel yuvrani Residency http://www.yuvaraniresidency.com/
Kumarakom Hotel Green Field http://greenfieldskumarakom.in/
Alleppey House Boat  

List of 4* Hotels

City Name of Hotels Web Address
Mumbai Hotel Ramee Guestline http://www.rameehotels.com/mumbai-india/ramee-guestline-hotel-juhu/overview
Goa Hotel Ocean Palms
http://www.oceanpalmsgoa.com/
Badami Badami Court http://www.alliancehotels.com/
Hospet Hotel Maligi http://www.malligihotels.com/
Hassan Hoyasala Village http://hoysalavillageresorts.com/
Mysore Sandesh the prince http://www.sandeshtheprince.com/
Ooty Sullivan Court http://fortunehotels.in
Cochin Hotel Dunes http://www.duneshotels.com/
Kumarakom Hotel Green Field http://greenfieldskumarakom.in/
Alleppey House boat  

List of 5* Hotels

City Name of Hotels Web Address
Mumbai Hotel Sun-n-sand http://www.sunnsandhotel.com/
Goa Hotel Cidade-de-Goa http://www.cidadedegoa.com/
Badami Badami Court http://www.alliancehotels.com/
Hospet Hotel Maligi http://www.malligihotels.com/
Hassan Hoyasala Village http://hoysalavillageresorts.com/
Mysore Lalitha Mahal http://www.lalithamahalpalace.in/
Ooty Taj Savoy http://www.tajhotels.com/
Cochin Hotel The Fern http://www.fernhotels.com/beaumonde-the-fern-kochi.html
Kumarakom The Zuri http://www.thezurihotels.com/
Alleppey House boat