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Coorg and Wayanad Tour Packages

(04 Nights / 05 Days) Routing: Calicut | Wayanad | Coorg | Kannur

Tired of being stuck in the concrete jungle? Run to the hills! The mountains hold a mysterious aura within them that instantly brings out the adventurer in us. The very sight of lush greenery and peculiar calm around us envelops one with a sense of peace and tranquillity.

South India holds within in an endless number of hills and mountains for families and adventurers looking for a quick and memorable getaway. The Western Ghats in particular continue to be a magnet for travellers who have opted for Coorg packages in Karnataka or an extended trip from Coorg to Wayanad traversing the entire length of the Western Ghats.

WAYANAD

Day 01: Calicut - Wayanad (02 hrs drive)

Arrive at Calicut airport / Railway station, The Travel Planners representative will meet and thereafter drive to Wayanad. An amazing journey through the Ghat pass road and you could stop at Lakkidi view point and enjoy the beautiful view of the serpentine roads through the hills. Next, on the way you can stop few minutes at the Chain Tree which is along the side of the national high way. On arrival check in at your hotel. Afternoon visit Pookode Lake (Boating - Optional) and Banasura Sagar Dam - the largest earth dam in India and the second largest of its kind in Asia. Overnight stay at Hotel.

During the rule of the Zamorin – the hereditary Hindu monarchs who were in power before the British rule – Calicut was the capital of Malabar. It was the central trading hub for a great number of spices like black pepper and cardamom for Jews, Arabs, Phoenicians and Chinese for a great number of years. Kozhikode as it is known among locals, is famous for having received Vasco da Gama who discovered the gateway to God’s Own Country by landing just a little over 10 kms from the city in the distant beach of Kappad.

Calicut is home to a number of historical, natural and cultural attractions that usually fly below a tourist’s radar thanks to the irresistible charm of places like Wayanad, Alleppey, Thekkady and Munnar.

For the art aficionados, the Art Museum in Kozhikode houses a number of rare portraits by Raja Ravi Varma that fused Indian art forms and European methods like oil on canvas. The Kozhippara Falls offer travellers that weather the challenging trek to the top a view to remember for eternity. Foodie? We got you. The Mithai Theruvu (Meaning Sweet Street) in Kozhikode is a paradise for those with a sweet tooth. An endless stretch of tiny shops selling unique delectable that are both cheap and delicious!

If you intend to pass by Calicut during the Malayalam New Year (in the month of April), you cannot afford to miss the festivities at the Tali Temple in Calicut. Even if you’re travelling during the other months of the year, their 5 unique religious ceremonies performed on the Shiva idol is truly an otherworldly sight.

Interesting fact: The city’s name – Calicut – is the origin of the English word “calico”.

Calicut is well connected via extensive roadways and railways making it a good starting point for travellers planning to extend their Coorg trip or for those looking to start their Wayanad trip.

During your trip from Calicut to Wayanad, distance becomes irrelevant and the sights keep surprising you at every turn.

WAYANAD EDAKKAL CAVES

Day 02: Wayanad

Morning after breakfast you can go to see the Kuruva Island and Edakkal Caves etc. Wild life Jeep Safari in Muthanga/ Tholpetty (optional). Overnight stay at Hotel.

Wayanad is a shining testament to Kerala’s beauty. A thriving wildlife reserve and a haven for adventurers and a paradise for photographers, a Wayanad trip must be on your list of must see places. The carvings on the Edakkal Caves located in Wayanad date back to almost 6000 years back, proving it was an awesome getaway even back in the yesteryears.

Let’s now take a quick look at the best places to visit in Wayanad. The Pookode Lake that Is part of your Kerala Tour Packages’ itinerary, ranks as one of the hottest destinations in Wayanad. The perennial freshwater lake is spread over 13 acres and serves as a watering hole for birds and animals in the nearby forests. Opt in for a peaceful boat ride and witness the marine life under and the scenery above.

The Banasura Dam is known for being India’s largest earthen dam in India. Built at the lap of Banasura Hills, the dam is the key water provider for irrigation, drinking and electricity for the nearby areas. The name Banasura is derived from the name of the son of the famous ruler – Mahabali.

RAJA'S SEAT

Day 03: Madikery (Coorg)

Morning after breakfast drive to Coorg. On arrival check in your hotel at Madikery. Evening visit the Raja’s Seat. Overnight stay in Hotel.

If Wayanad is the king of Kerala, then Madikeri is the emperor of Karnataka. The name attributes its origin to Muddurajakeri – after the third Haleri king who ruled the Kodagu Hills in the 16 th century.

Located just a stone’s throw away from Mysuru and 250 kms from Bengaluru, Madikeri has always been a much needed getaway for folks coming in from India’s Silicon Valley after a hectic work week.

Among the list of places to see in typical Coorg tour packages, Abbey Falls, Dubbare Elephant Camp, Kushalnagar and Talakaveri take the top spots.

The Abbey Falls (Abbey translates to falls in Kannada) are a true showcase of the might and beauty of Kaveri as it furiously descends down massive cliffs. The iconic hanging bridge offers the best view of the waterfall. You also have the option of descending down the cliffs for a quick dip.

Located midway between Madikeri and Kushalnagar, the Dubbare Elephant Camp offers a welcome detour where you cross plantations and paddy fields and take an adventurous stride across a tiny river to reach the camp. Here you are greeted with the thundering trumpeting of the elephants as they are bathed and fed by their trainers.

MADIKERY PALACE

Day 04: Madikery - Kushalnagar - Madikery

Morning after breakfast visit Madikery Palace (Madikery Fort), Abbi Falls and then drive to Kushalnagar- largest Tibetan settlement in South India. Visit the Tibetan Golden Temple. Later visit Cauvery Nisargadhama, is an island formed by river Cauvery and is a picnic spot island OR visit Dubare Elephant camp (located on the banks of River Cauvery). Back to your hotel and overnight stay in Hotel.

Kushalnagar marks the largest Tibetan settlement in South India till date. One step into the place, you’re instantly transported to the serene ambiance anchored by towering monasteries. Find your zen with some meditation and pick up a souvenir or two for your loved ones and enjoy the Tibetan delicacies on offer at the numerous soup shops on the way.

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Departure

Day 05: Departure Transfer to Kannur Airport

Today morning after breakfast departure transfer to Kannur International Airport.

Ready to start your Wayanad and Coorg holiday packages? Reach out to Kerala Tour Packages for a customised itinerary.

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Tour Cost Per person on double sharing

Period If 02 pax travelling together If 04 pax travelling together
10 May 2019to 16 June 2019 26,000 / pax 20,500 / pax
17 June 2019 to 30 Sep 2019 22,500 / pax 17,000 / pax
01 Oct 2019 to 31 Mar 2020 24,500 / pax 19,000 / pax
* The above rates are not valid from (28 Sep to 08 Oct) (25 Oct to 03 Nov) & (20 Dec to 10 Jan 2020)

 

Accommodation

Destination Hotel Name Room Type
Wayanad Woods Resort Rosewood Room
Coorg Club Mahindra Virajpet Standard

 

Cost Includes & Excludes

COST INCLUDES COST EXCLUDES
  • Accommodation in mentioned Hotels/Resorts
  • Breakfast at all hotels
  • Transportation using A/c Car as per itinerary
  • Arrival assistance
  • Service of an English speaking driver
  • Parking, Toll
  • All Taxes
  • Flight / Train tickets
  • Services / facilities not mentioned in cost includes
  • Extra meals or Drinks
  • Tips
  • Telephone charges
  • Laundry & other expenses of personal nature
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Frequently Asked Questions


Which is the best place to visit Coorg or Wayanad?

Both places are beautiful spots for a relaxing getaway from the city. The only difference is that Coorg is in Karnataka, and Wayanad is in Kerala. Coorg is well known for the coffee and spice plantations, while Wayanad is known for its beautiful peaks like Banasura, Chembra, and Brahmagiri. Both locations have beautiful waterfalls as well.

How far is Coorg from Wayanad?

The distance between Coorg to Wayanad is 132.1 kilometers, and it will take 3 hours and 30 minutes if the distance is traveled by car.

How can I go to Wayanad from Coorg?

If you want to travel from Coorg to Wayanad, then you have to travel by road; your options include bus, personal car, or cab. The bus will take you 30 hours while traveling by car will take you 3 hours. This is because you will have to catch a bus from Mysore to Wayanad.

What are the places to visit in Coorg?

Some of the popular places you can visit in Coorg are:

  • Abbey Falls
  • Brahmagiri Peak
  • Iruppu Falls
  • Chettalli
  • Raja’s Seat

What is Coorg famous for?

Coorg is a quaint town in Karnataka, and if you book a Coorg travel, then you have to take a look at some of its famous elements like wildlife, coffee plantations, lush greenery, and exceptional waterfalls.

How many days are enough for Coorg?

For a Coorg package tour, you will need three days and two nights to have a leisure stay at Coorg. Many visitors who come from nearby cities tend to stay there for a day or two, that is if they have a packed schedule.

What are the places to visit in Wayanad?

If you go for the Wayanad Kerala tour packages, then you have to visit Meenmutty falls, Chembra falls, Banasura Sagar Dam, Pookot Lake, and the famous Edakkal Caves.

Which is the most beautiful place in Wayanad?

The viewpoint on Chembra peaks is the most beautiful place in Wayanad. It’s a gorgeous trek that is surrounded by beautiful valleys.

Which are some of the beautiful places to visit in Wayanad in 2 days with friends?

If you are taking part in Wayanad package tours, then you have to go on a trek with your friends and see the gorgeous sunrise from the Chembra peak. You can even visit the Edakkal Caves, which happens to be the most famous location in Wayanad.

Which is the best month to visit Wayanad?

The best month to visit Wayanad is October, but you can visit the location anywhere between Octobers to May.

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