Madikeri Nature trail takes you away from the city life and into the quiet countryside. Visually stunning hillsides through which our e-bike trail winds, makes our tour a relaxing retreat into this countryside. Get to know about tea and coffee plantations, learn about different available brews that are nearly as old as Madikeri. Experience the joy of effortless riding, witness unbelievable scenery and explore an unseen side of Madikeri without leaving a carbon footprint behind.
E-cycling around and past beautiful heritage architecture in this historic city.Meet the local Sculptors and Silk workers and get a deep understanding about their work.Sharpen your Kannada and bargaining skills at the local market.Sample Mysore's best beverage, made for locals and by locals.A Mysuru trail is simply unimaginable without tasting city's best masala dosa while enjoying the ambience of a popular old cafe.
You will be met at the cruise port by one of our Cruising Excursions representative who will guide you to your transportation.Your journey will start with a short drive to the cashew factory where you will learn about the cashew production process and watch how its been taking out of the shells by the worker which 95% of them are women. There are 27 grades of cashew nuts depending on their color, size and pieces. Your next stop will be the beautiful Kadri Manjunath Temple situated just 4 km distance from the heart of the Mangalore City was built back in the 11th century. Moving on with the tour you will visit the Church of St. Aloysius, the church was built by Jesuit Missionaries in 1880 and its interiors painted by the Italian Jesuit Antonio Moscheni in 1899. Your final stop will be at the Gokarnath Temple also known as Kudroli Sri Gokarnanatha Kshetra was built in 1912 and it is dedicated to Gokarnanatha, a form of Lord Shiva.
The olden day suburb now at the heart of the city, Malleswaram evokes a strong sense of nostalgia and curiosity among Bangaloreans and outsiders alike. A large modern mall and the typically South Indian street shopping side-by-side, Malleswaran presents to you a quintessential slice of the south Indian life, modern and age-old.Malleswaram was visualised and built as a suburb, where the blue collar middle-class stayed, far enough from the central business district of the day, but close enough to take a short ride by horse carriage, or in rare cases by car. As employees of the British government or the Mysore Raj, or researchers and scientists at the IISc, the early inhabitants of Malleswaran tended to be upper-middle-class, mostly Brahmins, Bharatanatyam patrons, the influence of which can be seen to this day.Exploring this authentically South Indian Malleshwaram, this walk take you through delights of south Indian life:
Discover Mysuru City in a unique way.Complete introduction to the city.Safe, Reliable, Economic.Interesting facts & trivia about each sight on tours.Community Connect with local vendors.Perfect holiday experience
Avoid traffic jams and head out on an early morning biking tour of Mysore. Ride through the different communities of the city and stop to enjoy some chai tea with the locals. Pass by colonial structures and learn about the history behind them. The cycling tour ends with a South Indian breakfast.
Wake up with the city on a delightful cycling trail through Mysuru. We start with the old quarters of the city where traditions are prime and still run the old school way. Watch and learn the traditional art form of “Rangoli” that adorns the threshold of every household, get an introduction to yoga with a trained practitioner, feast on breakfast treats at a local joint and walk through the colorful Devaraja Urs Market as the locals step in to buy their day’s staple. You will also ride past some iconic buildings that have stood tall through Mysuru’s history. This early morning ride will introduce you to the Royal city and its way of life through hands on experiences and deeper connections with the locals.
Walk the path lead by the ingenuity of the Maharajahs of Mysuru. On this half day walk, let us take you through their innovative political systems, their contribution in the economic, banking, and educational sectors. The Maharajah’s interest in the arts and architecture led to the making of a Royal city that was once the capital of the state of Karnataka. To date, Mysuru is considered a model city for its ideal infrastructure and astute ways of using its resources. You also get to try the local flavors in the form of its cuisine and famed Mysuru nugget coffee. You also get to take a guided walk inside the grand Amba Vilas Palace. The Maharajah walk is ideal for travelers who want to make the most of their time in the Royal city.
Mysore was the capital of the Kingdom of Mysore from 1399 to 1956 and was ruled by the Wodeyar dynasty. On this walking tour, explore the stately buildings and bazaars for an introduction to the best of the city’s culture and heritage. Explore the home of culinary delights through its Masala Dosa, Mysore Pak and much more. Highlights:● Streets of Mysore● Mysore Palace● Colorful bazaars
Live through a day in the life of a Mysorean by exploring the city of Mysuru through its rich traditions, myths, legends, and fun experiences. On the Mysuru in a Nutshell tour, you can choose to be driven in the comforts of a car or choose the local way of hopping on and off a tuk-tuk. Challenge yourself as you take a hike up Chamundi hills early in the morning, followed by an introductory session of yoga, and a scrumptious breakfast at an old-timer’s joint. Be ready to soak in all things Mysuru through a market walk, visit to an artisan’s street and not to forget the grand Amba Vilas Palace.
It can be difficult to appreciate Mysore’s rich cultural heritage on limited time. Tick off the city’s highlights on a walking tour that includes historic buildings, bustling markets, and top dining spots, with dinner included in the price. Enjoy an intimate perspective of the city as you explore by foot, and forget the guidebook with insights provided by your local guide.
Art, Temples, Culture, FoodThe tour introduces two very South Indian olden day suburbs Malleswaram & Sheshadripuram that is a part of today’s North Bangalore. Malleswaram evokes an image of ancient temples, street shopping, old world bungalows and modern apartments all standing comfortably next to each other. The tour starts with an introduction to the area. Through a walk and a drive it covers the story of the area through a visit to an ancient temple, open markets & an old world bungalow. From here, we drive to nearby Sheshadripuram to know about ancient quaint board games.
Channapatna toys are ancient art of toy making passed on by the persians. These toys are made from white indian oak tree. The colors used in these toys are natural. These are the last remaining toy making community in the world. We aim to promote and revive this art through awareness and tours.
Exploring the bustling markets across India is an ideal way for anyone to catch the pulse of a region. This palace town boasts of one of the oldest established markets in the region, filled with flowers, fresh produce, colorful jewelry, crafts and eateries that are popular with the locals. Let us introduce you to Mysuru through its many markets. Walk with us through the flower market, the bangle and jewellery makers, fresh produce being traded and even try the typical evening “tiffin and coffee” that is popular with the Mysoreans as remnants of this city’s colonial influences. This walk is also ideal for photography enthusiasts who are keen to capture the colorful diversity in ambient light.Witness the fully lit up grandiose of the Amba Vilas Palace (Only on Sunday’s and Special holidays)