Mysore One Day Darshan Bus Packages
Mysore One Day Tour Packages by Non AC Bus
Transportation: 22 Seater Non-AC Swaraj Mazda Mini Bus
Cost: Rs.300/- per person including all taxes (Entry Fees Extra)
Tour Start Time: 9:00 AM
Tour End Time: 8:30 PM
pick up location will be at Jaganmohan Palace, Location
Mysore One Day Sightseeing places Cover List By Bus
- Jaganmohan Palace
- Chamundi Hills
- Statue of Mahishasura
- Nandi Statue and Temple
- Mysore Zoo
- Mysore Palace
- St. Philomena’s Church
- Srirangapatna Sightseeing
- Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace
- Ranganathaswamy Temple
- Brindavan Garden KRS
Drop Place: Bus Stand/Railway Station as per the Guest request
Mysore One Day Trip Packages By Bus Cost Per Person
|Non Ac Bus Type||Per Parson||Entry / Parking|
|Swaraj Mazda Mini Bus||300.00||Extra|
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Looking for a short break from your stressful daily routine? Mysore is the right destination for a one day trip to relax and rejuvenate oneself. Mysore is renowned around the world due to its culture, heritage, and splendid architecture. There seems no doubt that one indeed rejoices the one day trip to Mysore. Alongside this city also inculcates the knowledge of royal history. Here comes the only hassle, is to find the perfect travel partner in Mysore. You are at the right place, now planning your trip to Mysore is easy, simple and budget-friendly with Fox travels.
Considering the time, places and budget, we have organized Mysore one day trip by bus that is affordable for every traveler to opt and conclude the tour. The Mysore One day Bus Package by 22 Seater Non-AC Bus will be accompanied and guided by our proficient Tour Guide. The Non-AC bus is facilitated with the prominent features which guarantee a comfortable, safe and secure journey. A middle seat will be allocated for those who make the payment in advance.
Our Guide manages the overall tour to make sure the tour is smooth and enjoyable. Upon a visit to each place gradually, he educates everyone on the bus about the importance of the place and the time one can spend in each place, to make it easy for all to recognize and capture the significance of the places. Due to expertise in handling the numerous trips, our Guide collects the entry fee from everyone at once and fetches the tickets quickly that saves a lot of time and in return, everybody gets the extra time to relish the places.
The quoted price excludes parking fees, entry fees, meals, and any other personal expenses.
Have a closure on the salient features of our 22 Seater Non-AC bus
- Vehicle – 2 years old model
- Well maintained and hygienic
- Cozy Push Back Seats with ample space
- Audio and Video Systems – LCD TV, DVD Player, and MP3 Stereo Systems
- Emergency First Aid Kit
- Sufficient Luggage Space
- Proficient, Genteel, and Multilingual Chauffeur
- Seat Covers and Window Curtains
- 3 pin Charging plug point
- GPS Tracking
Let’s have a glance at the prominence of the places to visit in Mysore in one day Tour by Bus in chronological order in which it is explored with us
Mysore One day Bus Tour Itinerary
Our tour starts at Jaganmohan Palace. Jaganmohan Palace is one of the seven palaces of the Mysore city. It was constructed in the year of 1861. Due to the fire accident that occurred in Old Mysore Palace, Wodeyar –the king of Mysore initially used it as their residence for a few years until the new palace was built. Now, the palace is used as an Art Gallery and Auditorium. The palace which is built in the traditional Hindu architectural style is a three-storied building. It witnesses the largest Artifacts collections in South India. Among many paintings, one can find the famous Raja Ravi Varma’s paintings which are reserved safely across centuries. Along with paintings, the gallery includes war weapons, musical instruments, antique coins, and currencies, etc.
Words fall short to explain the astonishing things the palace contains. Rather than just reading about it, spotting it with a day trip to Mysore by bus makes a worth visiting. The Palace also has an auditorium which is used for cultural programs mainly during the “Dasara” festival.
After visiting the elegant Jaganmohan Palace, we will head towards the Chamundi Hills. Chamundi Hills is one of the attractive tourist places in Mysore. The pleasant greenery makes your mind and soul relax. Mother Nature furnishes an incredible treat for photographers and nature lovers. The hill is named after the goddess Chamundi, the Chamundeshwari temple sits aloft on the hill. The hill allows you to see the spectacular view of the Mysore city which is indeed a must-see view. You can also witness a mini-market in the temple premises where you can shop your favorite items. The ecstasy one experiences on this hill are unexplainable which uplifts everyone to the higher frequency. Sadhguru – Founder of Isha foundation, while sharing about his life of earlier days in the Mysore, has expressed his experience of enlightenment that he attained on this Chamundi Hill. A never miss magical moment all can experience with Foxtravel through its Mysore one day trip by bus.
Statue of Mahishasura
On the hills of Chamundi, you can find the statue of Mahishasura who is known as “Buffalo Demon” in Sanskrit. The statue shows Mahishasura holding a sword in the right hand and king cobra in his left hand. Mahishasura was the king of Mysore who was born to an Asura family. He was blessed with the boon from the Lord Bramha for his tapas that no one should kill him except women as he believed that women as no power to destroy anything. Due to his increasing act of savagery and to protect Devatas, the Goddess of Shakti killed him on the hills, hence the Goddess was named “ Mahishasuramardhini”. Our guide takes you over the story on the hills bit by bit and there will be a stop for the photos in front of the statue. You can click the photos with Mahishasura.
Nandi Statue and Temple
After seeing the Statue of Mahishasura, we will next visit the statue of Nandi on the hills. The statue was carved out of a single rock which is the third-largest statue of Nandi in India. This monolithic statue is said to be 350 years old. You can offer your prayers to the old century Nandi statue with the pooja items available around. Later, we will head to take the blessings of Goddess Chamundeshwari through the direct darshan ticket which costs you around Rs.200/- per person. Our Guide will help you in fetching the tickets and guide you through the temple and its glory. With the knowledge of Chamundi Hills will step out for another place to visit.
After visiting Chamundi Hills, we will explore the Mysore Zoo. The Mysore Zoo operates between 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM. The Zoo remains closed on Tuesday. Upon arrival, our guide will help you quickly in buying the entrance tickets. The Zoo was created in 1892 and is a home for a wide range of species; one can catch the sight of elephants, giraffes, lions, zebras, tigers, white rhinoceroses, green anacondas, baboons, etc. The objective of the Zoo is not limited only to recreation but also aids in educating, rehabilitation, and research purpose. This strongly reminds us that Mysore is not only a sightseeing destination but also a space for procuring knowledge.
Following the Mysore Zoo, now we will visit the majestic palace which is renowned worldwide. Mysore Palace is the royal and historical palace of the Wadiyar dynasty which was used as their residence. Mysore is commonly known as the “City of Palaces”. The Mysore houses 7 palaces in total where Mysore Palace is in the center of the city. Mysore Palace witness more than 6 million visitors per annum for its splendid architectural style of Indo-Saracenic with the touch of Hindu, Rajput, Mughal, and Gothic Styles. Our guide will throw a light on the architectural style and its history, and help you in fetching the entrance tickets for the palace. It’s a blessing to see the Mysore Palace gets illuminated with 1,00,000 light bulbs that are lit on every day from 7 PM to 10 PM of 10 days Dasara festival
With the remembrance of Mysore Palace, now we will have a short break from the trip. We will stop you at the Hotel Siddhartha, Mysore for an hour. You can energize with your favorite food out of various food options available.
St. Philomena’s Church
After sumptuous lunch, let visit the tallest church on the Asian Continent which is the St. Philomena Church. The Catholic Church was constructed in the year of 1936 and is the cathedral of the Diocese of Mysore. It is also known by another name of “St. Joseph’s Cathedral”. You just lose yourself noticing the architectural style of the Church, the experience you come by is nameless. Our guide describes the significance of the Church. Mysore stands out as an example to the world for possessing religious harmony from the long decades ago.
After magnificent St.Philomena’s Chruch, we will travel for Srirangapatna which is a town situated in Mandya district near to the Mysore. Srirangapatna has gained its importance due to its culture, religion, and history. The monuments on this egg-shaped island town have been nominated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site; however, the results are under pending. The town encircled by the river of Kaveri exhibits the serenity and several spectacular waterfalls. The buildings are built with the architecture blended with Hoysala and Vijayanagara style. Long ago, the Mysore was once under the Tipu Sultan’s sovereign, hence this island holds a remarkable history connected to Mysore. Enjoy and experience the view of the backwater with the tranquil nature. Never miss shopping for the world-famous handicrafts and pieces of jewelry from the nearby shops.
Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace
Later we will proceed to Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace located in Bangalore. It was said that it is the summer residence of Mysorean ruler Tipu Sultan. The building was constructed in Indo-Islamic architecture. The construction of the palace was started during the Hyder Ali dynasty and was completed in Tipu Sultan’s reign. The structure of the palace was built entirely in teak. The pillars, arches, and balconies add glory to the palace. Tipu Sultan used to carry out his darbar from the Eastern and Western balconies of the top floor. Currently, the palace is under the Archaeological Survey of India. Our well-experienced guide will get you the entrance tickets and unveils the complete history of the palace. Get a thrill out of another marvelous palace.
We will now move to the Ranganathaswamy temple situated in Mandya district. Ranganathaswamy temple is the major attraction of Srirangapatna. Since the Ranganatha (Lord Vishnu) is worshipped in the temple, many Vaishnavas from various corners of the country visit the temple to get the blessings of the Lord. It is said to be one of the prominence pilgrimage places of the Vaishnava religion. According to them, these five sacred places are known as Pancharanga Kshetrams in South India. The Srirangapatna is named after the Lord Ranganatha who is seated on the island enclosed by the river Kaveri. With the knowledge of the temple gained by our professional guide, we will enter the temple and get the blessings of the deity.
Brindavan Garden KRS
With the blessings of Lord Ranganatha, now it’s the time to visit the last place of the one day trip to Mysore by Bus. Brindavan Garden is located in Mandya District. It is a 170 acres garden that lies adjacent to the KRS Dam which is built across the Kaveri River. This garden welcomes around 2 million visitors per year and is one of the crowd-pleasers of Srirangapatna. Adjacent to it, the garden is spread across 2 horticulture farms, Nagavana, Chandravana and fruit orchard which contains ficus tree and foliage plants. The main attraction of the Brindavan garden is the musical fountain and a lake where one can enjoy the boating. It’s so awful to see people enjoying the musical fountain. Indeed a goosebumps moment. Enjoy the colorful view of the garden and shop your preferred items from the outlet in the garden premises.
It’s the time to wind up the Mysore One Day Trip from Mysore by Bus at 8:30 PM with the unforgettable memories and historic knowledge. Our guide will drop you at Mysore Bus Stand/Railway Station or any other preferable place of your choice.
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