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Bangalore: Private Full Day Sightseeing Tour

1. Bangalore: Private Full Day Sightseeing Tour

Benefit from hotel pickup and drop-off and a comfortable air-conditioned car that will take you from one place to the next. Visit the temples, palaces and gardens of Bengaluru for a better understanding of the city's past and present. Make a pleasant start to your day by visiting one of the largest ISCKON temples in the world, revered by Hare Krishna followers. Proceed to Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace, an elegant complex built for the former ruler of Mysore. Get an insight into the life of a man revered in India for fighting against British rule. A combination of Indo-Islamic architecture is visible here, with teak wood arches, pillars and balconies. Take a pleasant walk through the Lalbagh Botanical Gardens, spread over 240 acres in the middle of the city. Home to several ornamental plants and centuries-old trees, take a relaxing break from your sightseeing here. Enjoy a local, vegetarian South Indian meal for lunch. Your tour will then take you to the Bangalore Palace to explore the sprawling grounds and royal facades. Entrance here is optional, and you can purchase your ticket directly at the site. Admire the High Court, and the seat of the state legislature at Vidhana Soudha from the outside. End with a look at the historic Bull Temple (Nandhi Temple), which holds great significance for devotees of Lord Shiva.

Bangalore: Sightseeing Day Tour with Lunch

2. Bangalore: Sightseeing Day Tour with Lunch

The first stop of your Bangalore day tour is the 240-acre Lalbagh Botanical Garden. Home to more than 1,800 species of plants, shrubs, and trees, see why the garden serves as the lungs of the city and what makes it such a prominent landmark. Escape the concrete jungle of Bangalore as you take refuge here before heading to your next destination. Continue on to Bull Temple, dedicated to Nandi Bull the vehicle of Lord Shiva. Admire the temple's architecture and presence as one of the oldest temples in Bangalore that draws devotees from all over the country. Enter the temple to see the huge idol of Nandi Bull and learn about its mythical origins.  After the temple, visit Vidhan Soudha, one of the most famous buildings in Bangalore. As it houses the legislative chambers of the state government and is a working office, be impressed by the massiveness of the building while viewing it from outside. Hear about its construction and fine architectural details from your guide.  Head to the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) Bangalore temple cultural complex and learn about this interesting branch of the Hindu religion. Then go to Bangalore Palace which belonged to the Wodeyar Kings of Mysore. Built-in the Tudor style, the palace has fortified towers, battlements, and turrets. Its interior houses elegant wood carvings, floral motifs, relief paintings, and furniture in Edwardian and Victorian themes. Take an audio tour of the palace and hear in rich detail about the lives and times of the kings. During your tour, enjoy a stop for lunch that is included.

From Bangalore: Taj Mahal Tour with Round-Trip Flights

3. From Bangalore: Taj Mahal Tour with Round-Trip Flights

The day begins with early morning pickup at 5am from your hotel in Bangalore and heads to the airport for your flight to New Delhi which takes off at 7am. Enjoy a tasty breakfast on the flight and look out the window to admire views of the world below. Arrive in New Delhi where your driver is waiting to pick you up, then travel along the Speed Expressway directly to Agra. Meet your friendly guide in Agra and stop by a local restaurant for a hearty lunch to set you up for a day of exploring. After lunch, drive to India’s most famous and iconic landmark, the beautiful Taj Mahal. Upon arrival, immediately feel immersed in the peaceful atmosphere that emanates from the building. As you follow your guide around the Taj Mahal and learn about this UNESCO World Heritage Listed site, admire the building’s impeccable architecture, of which every corner, wall, and detail is beyond imagination. After an unforgettable tour of the Taj Mahal, hop in the car for the drive back to Delhi Airport. Board your flight to Bangalore at around 10pm and enjoy dinner on the plane. Upon arrival in Bangalore, your driver will be waiting in the arrivals lounge to drop you back to your hotel after a busy but worthwhile day.

Private Backwater Cruise from Bangalore

4. Private Backwater Cruise from Bangalore

The tour begins with a pick up at your Bangalore hotel or accomodation, to catch an early morning flight to Cochin.  Upon arriving at the Cochin airport, you will be driven the 1.5 hour journey to Kumarakom to hop on the tour houseboat. Enjoy a welcome drink and the friendly company of a professional guide. Relax and admire the tranquility of the canal, green forests, palm trees, paddy fields of the village, and the serene backwater. This package also includes a palatable lunch and tea with snacks to be served on the houseboat. The tour ends around 5pm, at which time a chauffeur will drive you back to the Cochin Airport for your return flight to Bangalore.  A driver will pick you up from the airport upon arrival and drop you back to your Bangalore hotel or accommodation.

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What people are saying about Bangalore

Raghu the guide was incredible!

Raghu the guide was incredible! He was extremely knowledgeable and patient and i would recommend him and this tour for sure. Thank you for the amazing service Raghu! You rock. Anna Milani

Seeing the Taj Mahal in Agra for just one day from Bangalore is a very, very long journey. 18h travel and 3h on site. Recommend to invest 2 days for it. But it was still worth it!

Raghu was great, native in Bengaluru, very knowledgeable about the city. We had great fun exploring and learning about the history.

Excellent tour with Srini, who knows a lot about Bangalore. Would do it again anytime!

The entire tour was exceptional!

Naveen the English guide and the driver Venketashver were both super nice!!