Karnataka 4 Nights/5 Days
Overview Bangalore – Kabini – Bangalore Karnataka is honoured with a warm mix of illustrious royal residences, thick tiger saves, Read more…
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This is a prefix plan. Any alterations can be suggested by the customer.
Our Travel Magica representative will pick you from airport/railway station and escort you to the hotel.
Spend rest of the day at recreation at the hotel or set off on a discretionary touring binge of the Bangalore city. Experience the different acclaimed sights of Bangalore or appreciate a touch of shopping at a portion of the numerous mainstream shopping centres and boulevards the city is known for.
Come back to the hotel. Enjoy the dinner. Overnight remain at Hotel.
Bengaluru - Kabini
After breakfast check in from The hotel and drive to clearing all-encompassing vistas of Karnataka's most prevalent untamed life goal, Kabini. After lunch, pick a boat or vehicle safari into Nagarahole National Park and through Bandipur National Park.
Come back to the hotel, enjoy your dinner. Overnight remain in Kabini.
Go on a boat or vehicle safari into the celebrated internationally Nagarahole Park. Come back to the lodging for breakfast and after that take off to become a close acquaintance with elephants and appreciate a one of a kind elephant ride. After lunch, encounter a vital ride on a coracle, a conventional round-formed vessel, and float down the Kabini River, appreciate the different sights and sounds around you, including a grand dusk.
Come back to the lodging, enjoy your dinner Overnight stay at the Hotel.
Kabini - Bangalore
After breakfast check out and proceed to Bangalore. Take a Half Day Bangalore touring visit and drive past Vidhana Soudha and Cubbon Park, Bull Temple, and Tipu Palace.
Return to hotel, and enjoy rest of the day at leisure
Overnight stay at Bangalore.
Bangalore - Bangalore airport
Departure at Bangalore airport for return/onward journeys.
The best time to visit Karnataka is from November to May. Monsoon season is from June to October and you can enjoy waterfalls during monsoon season.
The general greeting is "Namaste" (Nah-mah-tay) or "Namaskara". You can do this for "Good morning", "Good afternoon" or "Good evening". While saying Namasthe or Namaskara hold your palms together at chin level and nod (never bow) your head. In major cities, men usually shake hands, while women use the more traditional greeting. In general, you can shake hands with men and can say Namaste to women. Ji is used following a name as a sign of respect, e.g., Gandhi-ji. Note that a Hindu may greet a man by adding "sahib" ("sir" or "master") to the name (Mr John-sahib) and woman by adding "Ji"(Miss John-Ji) as a sign of respect. Don't use first names unless you know someone very well. Use "Mr.", "Mrs.," or "Miss". Use titles such as "Professor" and "Doctor," and use "Sir" or "Madam" with superior/elders. Only people of the same sex can hug one another.
As a Westerner, feel free to wear anything, as long it is not very revealing like extremely tight jeans, low-cut blouses. It is extremely important for women to keep their legs covered as much as possible by wearing long skirts or pants. Shorts are never acceptable, except at beach resorts. Be sure to wear a hat. It is essential protection against the sun. Cotton outfits, hats, sunglasses and sunscreen lotion should be carried while on your travel to Karnataka.
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