Mysore Gosai Ghat

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Pashchima Vahini, Sangama and Gosai Ghat are at Srirangapatna. These three places form a part of places of interest around the historic town of Srirangapatna on the banks of river Cauvery. Sangama and Gosai Ghat are located in a place called Ganjam. Yes, the famous Ganjam Nagappa jewelers are originally from this place. Good roads lead to all the three places.

Pashchima Vahini : This is a branch of Cauvery river flowing towards the west, which is considered a very sacred place to have a holy dip. This bathing ghat is visible from the Mysore-Bangalore highway.

Sangama : Sangama is the confluence of the two branches of river Cauvery making Srirangapatna an island. It is situated 18 kms from Mysore and 3 kms from Srirangapatna. When driving from Bangalore, take a left on the highway near the auto stand in Srirangapatna. A board with distances from that point to Sangama, Gosai Ghat, Gumbaz etc., is displayed.

Sangama is a nice and serene place. This is the place where Pashchima vahini/westward flowing branch of the river Cauvery meets the eastward flowing branch of Cauvery river. With Karighatta/Black hill as a backdrop, Sangama is a picturesque place ideal for picnic and a holy dip. For the adventurers, there are coracle rides for a price.

Gosai Ghat : This is situated on the banks of the Cauvery river, upstream of Sangama. It is an ideal spot for picnics and many movie scenes have been shot at this location. A temple dedicated to Sri Kashi Visweswara swamy is located on the banks. Coracle rides and bathing completes a visit to this place.

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Day 1: Departure

DELHI / CHANDIGARH – SHIMLA Drive from Delhi to Shimla (343 kms, 8 hrs) arrive Shimla. Transfer to hotel. Overnight at Shimla.


Day 2

SHIMLA CITY TOUR One of the most popular hill Resorts of the North. The town is situated at an altitude of 6810 ft, initially chosen as a sanatorium for invalid European officers, but soon developed into a big hill town and became the summer capital of the country. There are ample opportunities in Shimla for sports. This day departure for full day sightseeing to Chail ( Chail Palace, World’s highest Cricket ground, Sidh Temple and Kali Ka Tibba) and Kufri ( Deshu Peak and Meshu Peak). Dinner at resort in Shimla. Overnight at resort in Shimla.


Day 3

SHIMLA – MANALI Drive from Shimla to Manali (280 kms. 8 hrs) Arrive Manali Transfer to hotel. Dinner and Overnight at hotel.


Day 4

MANALI – LOCAL SIGHT SEEING Walk through town visiting newly constructed Buddhist Monastery. Hadimba Devi temple-It is small temple situated in the dense forest is very interesting. Hadimba is said to be the wife of Bhima from the epic of Mahabharata. Vashisht, it is an extremely picturesque little place clinging to the steep hill side. On the way up to the village you come upon the Vashisht hot baths where a natural sulphur spring is piped into a modern bath -house. Dinner and Overnight at Manali.


Day 5

MANALI – ROHTANG PASS Full day tour of Rohtang Pass – The majesty of the mountains and the glaciers can be seen at their best; you have next two hours to enjoy this snowy haven. Take a sledge ride down the slopes, try your luck climbing the little snow hills. On your descents to Manali, halt at the Rahalla falls and Solang Valley. The Magnificent views and natural beauty are a never-ending source of delight. Also halt at Marhi, Ralha falls, Nehru Kund. Return to the hotel for Overnight stay at Manali.


Day 6

MANALI TO CHANDIGARH (320kms, approx. 09 hrs drives) Morning drive to Chandigarh. Arrive Chandigarh check in the hotel and now proceed to sightseeing tour of Chandigarh including Rock Garden, constructed almost entirely out of city garbage; Rose Garden 30 landscaped acres containing a variety of 1600 roses; Museum & Art Gallery housing a good collection of sculptures and paintings. Overnight at Chandigarh.


Day 7: Return

AIRPORT / RAILWAY STATION DROP After breakfast checkout from the hotel and proceed for Airport / Railway Station. TOUR END


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