Best Mysore Tour Packages - 2020 (131 Reviews)

Looking for an enchanting trip this holiday season? Look no further than Mysore tour packages, that do complete justice to the city of Mysore while capturing its charm and subtle beauty. Just three hours away from Bangalore, the Garden City, Mysore, will transport you to an era of empires, mythology and more. At the same time, the contrast of modern architecture against ancient monuments, adds a young, energetic vibe to the city. There is so much here to do and see, most of which is inclusive in the packages, that you simply don’t want to miss out on any of it.

From the pristine Mysore Palace to the peaceful Prasanna Krishna Swamy Temple, Mysore tours are inclusive of a whole lot, comprising meals, accommodation, transfers, travel and sightseeing. You can choose a package that includes a day out, absorbing the history and culture by visiting majestic palaces the city offers.

There’s the Jayalakshmi Vilas Mansion, the Mysore Maharaja Palace, and the Lalitha Mahal Palace. Enjoy a day of relaxation at the Lingabudi Lake and the Karanji Lake that offers boating on calm waters, and end your day with a picnic by River Kaveri and a visit to the Brindavan Gardens.

If you’re travelling with kids, make sure you visit the Mysore Zoo, the Rail Museum and the Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary. These are thoroughly enjoyed by kids and adults, all the same. While most of these sights will be a part of your Mysore tour package, you add all of these to your sightseeing list when customising your tour. You can also choose day tours that take you around the outskirts of Mysore to be enamoured by sights like the Chunchanakatte Falls and the BR Hills where you can go trekking with friends and family.

Apart from all of this, a basic Mysore package that is inclusive of stay, has some great accommodation options like Grand Mercure, Silent Shores Resort and Spa, Sepoy Grande and others.

Make sure you pick the right stay while customising your package, so that your vacation’s a grand, luxurious one. Also, don’t forget to hit the array of pubs and restaurants the city has to offer, and if your package includes some time off for self-exploring or shopping, make sure to take back some opulent Mysore paintings, silks, and local Mysore Pak for your loved ones back home. All in all, Mysore makes for a delightful destination that you can visit with family and friends, and return with memories that you will cherish for a lifetime!

Popular Mysore Tour Packages

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Blissful Mysore Nagarhole Tour from Bangalore 6D/5N ₹ 12499 3.0 star View Details
Bangalore to Mysore Tour Package For 2 Days 2020 | Flat 15% off 2D/1N ₹ 2899 5.0 star View Details
Mysore and Srirangapatna Tour 2D/1N ₹ 5000 3.0 star View Details
Shravanabelagola and Melukote Tour 1D ₹ 1700 4.0 star View Details
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Blissful Mysore Nagarhole Tour from Bangalore Featured
Blissful Mysore Nagarhole Tour from Bangalore



Start Point: Your hotel/residence in BangaloreEnd Point: Your hotel/residence in BangaloreAbout The Trip:If you are in Bangalore and looking for a getaway, Mysore Nagarhole is the best place to go. With this tour, you will be able to explore places in Bangalore, Mysore, Nagarhole, and nearby places. Mysore is famously known as 'The City of Palaces' and is located in the foothills of the Chamundi Hills. Nagarhole National Park has varied flora and fauna to boast. Coonoor is also to be visited on this tour. Coonoor is one of the most beautiful and serene hill stations and is situated at an altitude of 1930 meters.In Bangalore, we will be visiting Bangalore Palace and Bangalore Fort to explore the history of the city and Lalbagh Botanical Garden to view the beauty of plants. En-route Mysore, we will be visiting Srirangapatna and in Mysore, Mysore Palace and Chamundi Hill are ready to be explored. Nagarhole National Park, Cauvery Fishing Camp, Botanical Gardens, and Dolphin's Nose are some of the places that we will be exploring on this tour and viewing the beauty that nature beholds.The tour comes with a driver cum guide that will help you pick you up from Bangalore and take you to all the places in a clean and air-conditioned car. The chauffeur will also help you with the luggage. Stay on all days is included with breakfast. You can customize your tour based on your preference in 3-star, 4-star, and 5-star hotels. Come along with your friends, family members, or office colleagues to explore the best of these places and visit the unexplored paths.Highlights:- Bangalore Palace: Built in the year 1878, Bangalore Palace carries the charm of great architecture and beauty. It is spread across 45,000 square feet and showcases the royal culture in different ways.- Bangalore Fort: Bangalore fort was built as a mud fort by Kempe Gowda I in 1537 and was later transformed into a stone fort by Haider Ali in 1761. Glory, splendor, and magnificence are what you will be able to view at this fort.- Lalbagh Botanical Garden: Covering an area of 240 acres, the Lalbagh Botanical Garden is home to nearly 1,854 species of plants. Rare plants of French, Persian and Afghani origin can be found t this garden.- Srirangapatna: A small island town in the Cauvery river, Srirangapatna was once the capital of Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan. The city houses numerous sites of historical relevance.- Mysore Palace: The former palace of the royal family of Mysore, Mysore palace is still their official residence. It is also known as the Amba Vilas Palace and was built in the year 1912.- Chamundi Hill: Chamundi Hills is worth a visit, the panoramic view of the city of Mysore it provides is unmatched. We will also visit halfway up the hill where there is a statue of a bull, Nandi.- Nagarhole National Park: Also called as Rajiv Gandhi national park, Nagarhole National Park is a part of the Nilgiri biosphere reserve. There are waterfalls, hills, valleys, streams, and forests in the park.- Cauvery Fishing Camp: Owning numerous activities in the camp, Cauvery Fishing Camp is home to action-packed adventure with thrill and excitement. It is also known as Bheemeshwari Fishing and Nature Camp and a must-visit place.- Botanical Gardens: Maintained by the Horticultural Department of Tamil Nadu, the Government Botanical Gardens is spread over an area of 55 acres. The garden is also home to the Fossil Tree trunk which is twenty million years old.- Dolphin's Nose: Gather the view of the mountains and the lush green tea estates with Dolphin's Nose. The site is located 1,550 m above sea level and view the Kotagiri streams from up above.Note:Click on Send Inquiry to customize your tour with a stay in 3-star, 4-star, or 5-star hotels.Infants under the age of 5 years can avail of the package for free.The entry fee for all the above-mentioned places is not included in the package.Min 2 people are required to book this package.
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Bangalore to Mysore Tour Package For 2 Days 2020 | Flat 15% off Best Seller
Bangalore to Mysore Tour Package For 2 Days 2020 | Flat 15% off



Start Point: Your hotel/residence in BangaloreEnd Point: Your hotel/residence in BangaloreAbout The Trip:The journey starts with the pick-up from the hotel/ residence in Bangalore and then we embark on a fun-filled journey to Mysore.  Mysore is known as 'The City of Palaces' and owns a rich history. It is famous for silk sarees, yoga, and sandalwood. With this Bangalore to Mysore tour package for 2 days visit some of the mesmerizing sites in Mysore and around. Historical places like Srirangapatna, Mysore Palace, and Railway Museum are to be visited on day one with Brindavan Gardens which is a true treat to the eyes. On day 2, sights like St. Philomena’s Church, Mysore Zoo/Jayachamarajendra Zoological Gardens, and mesmerizing beauty of Chamundi hills, Lalitha Mahal Palace, and Karanji Lake are to be explored. The driver cum ride will help you reach the site hassle-free in a clean and comfortable car. The drier speaks English and will help you with loading and unloading of luggage as well. The night stay is in hotels with spacious air-conditioned rooms. The hotel features attached washroom having hot/cold water shower facilities. You can customize the Bangalore to Mysore tour package for 2 days with the options of 3-star, 4-star, and 5-star hotels according to your preference.Highlights of the trip:- Srirangapatna: Known as the historical capital of warrior kings Hyder Ali and his son Tipu Sultan, Srirangapatna is famous for its magnificent temples and monumental forts. It is surrounded by river Cauvery from all sides.- Mysore Palace: A  magnificent edifice located in Mysore, Mysore palace is also known as the Amba Vilas Palace. It was built in the year 1912 for the 24th Ruler of the Wodeyar Dynasty.- Railway Museum: Owning an extensive range of pictures and paintings on the railways, Railway Musem allows you to view the growth of railway. It also boasts to have two royal coaches on display.- Brindavan Gardens: One of the best terrace gardens in the world, Brindavan Gardens is home to illuminated fountains, botanical parks, extensive varieties of plants, and fulfilled boating experience.- St. Philomena’s Church: Built to pay tribute to the Catholic Saint and martyr of Roman Catholic Church, Saint Philomena, St. Philomena’s Church is a must-visit. It is recognized as the second tallest church in Asia.- Chamundi Hills: Grab the opportunity the gaze the beauty of Mysore from Chamundi Hills. It is one of the most magnificent sights and leaves all the visitors awestruck. People visit the temple located on this hill.- Mysore Zoo/Jayachamarajendra Zoological Gardens: Expanded to over 250 acres currently Mysore Zoo is famous for breeding some very rare animals. Animals including lions, tigers, hyena, deer, elephants, rhinos, king cobras can be found here.- Lalitha Mahal Palace: Built by the erstwhile Maharaja of Mysore, Lalitha Mahal Palace was built to host his most important guest, the Viceroy of India. It is a palace hotel that serves its guest with an experience of princely living.- Karanji Lake: Built to serve as a source of drinking water for residents, Karanji Lake spreads across an area of 90 hectares of lush greenery. It offers breathtaking scenic beauty and rich fauna.Note:Click on Send Inquiry to customize your tour with a stay in 3-star, 4-star, or 5-star hotels.Infants under the age of 5 years can avail of the package for free.The entry fee for all the above-mentioned places is not included in the package.Min 2 people are required to book this package.

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Mysore and Srirangapatna Tour
Mysore and Srirangapatna Tour



About the Destination: Boasting of 600 years of legacy, the old world charmed city of Mysore in Karnataka makes for an engaging place of visit. This is where you can gape at architectural wonders, soak in the rich arts, interact with artisans who have carried tradition since generations and revel in the pleasant green settings. The destination rests on the foothills of Chamundi Hills that further lends in a refreshing air. This tour will also be taking you to Srirangapatna which is near Mysore. This destination holds religious, cultural and historic prominence. Ringed by river Kaveri, it lies in the Mandya district. Meal Types: Veg meals, barbeque Activities: Sightseeing, Cheese Tasting Session Duration: 1N/2D
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Shravanabelagola and Melukote Tour
Shravanabelagola and Melukote Tour



About the Destination: From Shravanabelagola and Melukote Tour, relive the rich history that India holds. With this tour, you flit off to Shravanabelagola. Positioned close to Hassan district, it is a pilgrim destination. The Gommateshvara Bahubali statue here is an architectural marvel and beckons worshippers all across.  Built out of a single rock, the revered sculpture is first of India's 7 ancient wonders. The tour also takes you to Melukote. Located in the Mandya district of Karnataka, it is a sacred destination. The town was formed on craggy hills that oversee the Cauvery Valley. This is the very place where the illustrious Srivaishnava saint Ramanuja stayed for several years during the 12th Century. Meal Types: Traditional Iyengar lunch: puliogare (tamrind rice), sihi - pongal (jaggery rice) and curd rice Activities: Sightseeing Duration: 1 Day

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21 April 2015
Had a great weekend with friends in Jaladhama. Very well maintained resort with awesome food. Had yummy fish fry after many years. Spent quality time with friends playing games. Had been there during holi and it was fun to play holi with rain dance. Pool was clean and well maintained. Overall, one of the best resorts to spend time over weekend.
13 April 2015
It was a great experience. Enjoyed holi. and loved the catla fish in lunch. I will go again to eat catla fish.
05 May 2016
A big resort, Nicely maintained. Very greenery and full of trees. Good varieties of food. Enjoyed the evening snacks at moving boat, which was a wonderful experience. And separate and different ambience for each meal and other activities like discotheque, water games, etc..Overall a good resort to enjoy :)
03 December 2017
Martine Martine Mysore Walking Tour
We had a great walk with Prajwal! He showed us around, had some very interesting historical facts to share about Mysore, it gave us a chance to see and experiment the market and taste some of the best food from local vendors. We realized we could not have done the same (learning experimenting, finding these places) on our own. We are glad we took the tour and the guide was cheerful and helpful! M + J from Canada
We, a group of 10 people went to have a different day rather than our working days and this is the second time we are going for a team outing. Jaladhama just made our day with the water sports and games.
Good Food ???? Good Stay
It was a fantastic experience.Had a blast with my friends. The camp is very peaceful and with all comforts you can ask for. Everyone can enjoy in here. All of this in such a good price. Thanks Thrillophilia for such a cool tour
Super worth it! The campsite was completely amazing...and the lunch provided was very delicious and the most superb part was the bonfire session with various other activities…..would highly recommend to go for this camping experience once in life!
The regal looking Mysore looked even more stupefying from up above. The pilot gave us highlights which was interesting too!
I loved everything about this package. From the aircraft to the ride. And yes, the pilot's highlights. Worth the price!

People Also Ask About Mysore Tours

  1. What is the best time to visit Mysore?

    The city of Mysore enjoys a fairly tropical climate, but just like most other cities in India, the best time to visit is in the monsoons and the winter. Summers are intensely hot and rarely recommended for travelling to Mysore.

    Winter temperatures are between 17°C and 27°C, making it the perfect time for some city sightseeing. Monsoons also offer some respite from the scorching heat, and can be pretty pleasant.

  2. Can I go for a tour of the famous silk industry in Mysore?

    People from all over the country and overseas make sure they get their hands on at least one of the many brilliant silk sarees manufactured in Mysore. There are numerous showrooms stocked with beautiful and intricately woven sarees. You will be spoilt for choices. In addition to buying these sarees you can also visit the factories where they are manufactured and see the process first hand.

    Mysore Silk Tours are organized by Thrillophilia. Details as follows.

    Offbeat Mysore Silk Tour

    Ø Time: 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM

    Ø Starting point: The Town Hall at Mysore

    Ø Cost: Approx. INR 2875 or USD 44 Per Person

    Ø Duration: Two Hours

  3. How to reach Mysore from Bangalore?

    Getting to Mysore and around is fairly simple and booking Mysore tour packages, inclusive of travel, just makes it simpler. Once you get to Bangalore, you can travel to Mysore by road or rail. Driving down by car takes approximately three and a half hours via Mysore Road.

    A bus journey is somewhat longer, taking approximately five hours. Getting there by train is quicker, which takes around three hours. There are numerous trains and buses that ply between Bangalore and Mysore, including city buses which work as a convenient and reasonable mode of transport.

  4. What are the basic inclusions in the packages?

    Usually, a basic Mysore package is inclusive of travel, in-city transfers, sightseeing, accommodations and meals. Packages also include some spare time for shopping and leisure, but shopping expenses aren’t inclusive and need to be separately accounted for.

    Almost all packages can be customised where you can choose from a range of short sightseeing tours within the city, or longer day trips to the outskirts of Mysore. You can also pick your preferences on the kind of hotels, resorts and homestays you would want to reside at, and choose your meal preferences as well.

    Some packages may be inclusive of travelling from your city to Mysore, while others may not, but either way, you can customise your travel options and make the most of your trip!

  5. Which are the different cycling tours to do in Mysore?

    Guided cycling tours are available from Mysore all the way to Srirangapatnam, locates 15 km from Mysore.

    The tour starts at 7am and included breakfast that is served in between. Refreshments are serves along the way and your tour guide will make give you an overview of the historical, cultural and religious significance of Mysore and Srirangapatnam.

    The tour last about 3 hours and the total cycling distance is between 12-15 km. It is a very easy path to cycle so people of all ages and physical ability can participate. It is great activity for families especially those with young kids as it combines a fun activity with important learning.

  6. Which are the best walking tours in Mysore?

    There are two famous walking tours available in Mysore.

    1. The first is the Mysore Old City Walking Tour: Mysore has a rich history and can be seen in the many architectural wonders in the city. The best way to enjoy and experience the old-world charm of the city is to sign up for this tour. It is a guided tour and includes visit to all major landmarks and even places that you may miss or may not have hear of.
    2. Royal Walk and Food Tour: The tour includes visit to some of the age-old monuments and includes information of their history and significance. The guides will also give you an insight into the lives grand lives of the Royalty that once graced the street of this opulent city. The tour will also make stop at various food outlets where you can enjoy local delicacies such as Mysore Churumuri, Mysore Pak and Mysore Masala Dosa amongst others.
  7. Which are the best parks and gardens to visit in Mysore?

    Mysore is called The City of Garden for a reason. It is home to some of the best and well preserved natural and manmade garden in the country. In addition to this there are many natural and wildlife parks in and around Mysore that make for an excellent day visit. And if you have had enough of the natural beauty and wildlife, you can head to one of its many adventure and water parks.

    Here’s a list of the famous parks in Mysore:

    1. Brindavan Gardens
    2. Bandipur National Park
    3. GRS Fantasy Park
    4. Planet X Park
    5. Nagarhole National Park
    6. Sri Chamarajendra National Park
    7. Karanji Lake Nature Park
    8. Ambedkar Park
    9. Lingambudhi Kere Park
  8. Which are some famous wildlife experiences in Mysore?

    Mysore is home to many National Parks that are home to many varied species of animals and birds. If you are a nature and animal lover then a visit to a few or maybe even all of this park is a must do.

    Here a list of national parks and zoo’s on in Mysore.

    1. Nagarhole National Park
    2. Sri Chamarajendra National Park
    3. Karanji Lake Nature Park
    4. Lingambudhi Kere Park
    5. Bandipur National Park
    6. Mysore Zoo
  9. What is the nightlife scene in Mysore?

    Though popular for its temples, palaces, and heritage, Mysore has some amazing nightlife that you can explore via Mysore tour packages. There’s the Road Pub, with an outdoor vibe and a great ambience for road-trip lovers.

    Then there’s the Khedda Lounge with plush sofas and soft music, to unwind after a day outdoors. The Infinit Lounge Bar is well-known for its Chinese and North Indian cuisine that you can gorge on at mealtime, while the Pelican Pub is a great place to simply grab a beer and some bar bites. You can also visit Opium if you’re just looking for a good time with friends.

  10. Which are the best places for a spiritual experience in Mysore?

    Mysore has a rich religious history and is home to some of the best temples and places of pilgrimage. Visit these places to have a divine and spiritual experience.

    Here is a list of the 5 most famous temples in Mysore:

    1. Chamundeshwari Temple
    2. Nandi Statue or Bull Temple
    3. Gayatri Temple
    4. Someswara Temple
    5. Bhuvaneswari Temple
  11. Where can I go shopping in Mysore?

    Mysore has some incredible handicrafts and souvenirs, so make sure your Mysore package includes some spare time for shopping. Make a stop at The Government Sandalwood Oil Factory for some beautiful sandalwood products.

    Check out the Mysore Handicrafts Shop for skilfully carved wooden toys and the many silk showrooms showcasing vibrant, stunning silk sarees. Make sure to go to Cauvery Arts and Crafts Emporium for some mesmerising Mysore paintings done by local artists, and don’t head back home without picking up some deliciously delightful Mysore Pak, the local sweetmeat that is an absolute must!

  12. What are the things to do on my honeymoon tour in Mysore?

    Mysore is an unusual but terrific place for a honeymoon. The city is laced with historic vibes and you really feel like royalty when visiting the iconic forts and palaces. Your partners wouldn’t mind if they were treated to some truly royal treatment for a few days. What better is that there are numerous places within driving distances of Mysore such as Ooty and Coorg that you can include when planning your honeymoon.

    Here is a list of activities you can indulge in:

    1. Long romantic walks in the Brindavan Gardens.
    2. Enjoy the spectacular light and sound show at The Mysore Palace
    3. Indulge in the food tours and enjoy the famous delicacies of Mysore
    4. Visit one of the many national parks and enjoy nature walks
    5. Visit one of the famous temples, soak up the divine and spiritual surrounding and pray for a long and happy married life
  13. How many days are required to explore Mysore?

    Most often, Mysore can be explored in 3-4 days, so ideally, choosing a 3 nights-4 days package is a good deal. This is sufficient to travel to most of the palaces, temples, gardens and pubs there. Make sure you keep some time aside for shopping too.

    If you’re visiting Mysore for a yoga camp or retreat, we’d recommend staying for longer, preferably a week or two, so you can spend a good amount of time engaging in some soul-searching, while blissfully enjoying Mysore’s surreal beauty, as well.

  14. Which are the best places to visit for a food tour of Mysore cuisine?

    I you decide to embark on a food tour in Mysore, make sure you include some or all of these 7 restaurants.

    1. Vinayaka Mylari
    2. Oyster Bay
    3. Hotel RRR
    4. Tiger Trail
    5. Anima Madhva Bhavan
    6. Spring
    7. Mahesh Prasad