Day 01: Bangalore to Mysore

Srirangapatna: the river island formed by River Kaveri: Ranganathaswamy temple the Adi ranga and Srirangam being the antya ranga.
Tipu sultan summer Palace via Ganjam: with mural paintings still in good shape, and a Royal Garden.
Sangama: three rivers namely Kaveri, Kabini & Hemavathi, rivers confluence.
Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary: is the largest bird sanctuary in Karnataka, on the banks of the Kaveri river. Around 169 excotic birds can be seen here. Of these, the painted stork, Asian openbill stork, common spoonbill, woolly-necked stork, black-headed ibis, lesser whistling duck, Indian shag, Stork-billed Kingfisher, egret, cormorant, Oriental darter, and heron The great stone plover, river tern, large flock of Streak-throated swallows. Mahadevapura bird sanctuary is also nearby if you are Bird watcher you can try this place also.
Amba Vilas Palace: The official residence of Wodeyars. this palace is the most visited tourist spot in India second only to Taj Mahal. Amba Villas aka Mysore palace is cutting edge masterpiece of building technology, mural paintings, Painting by Raja Ravi Varma.
Mysore zoo: officially the Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Garden houses over 168 species and spread over 157 acres and its near to Mysore palace. Entry fees Rs 40. and by vehicle Rs 120. per person.
Sand Museum: one of the rare sand art museum. Entry Fees Rs 40. Per Person.
Sri Chamundeshwari temple: As per Adi Guru Shri Shankaracharya’s Astadasa Shakti Peeta Stotram, Chamundi hills is one of the Astadasa Shakti Peeta. one of the seven most sacred hills in South India. This place aka Krauncha Pitham in Skanda Purana this place referred to as Krauncha Puri.
Sri Mahabaleshwara temple: Originally built in the 8th Century Dedicated to Lord Sri Shiva, winsome architecture of Hoysala, Ganga, Chola, Vijayanagar and other kings.
Mahishasura statue: the Statue of Demon by which the current name of Mysore is derived.
Nandi statue big bull: Third largest monolithic statue of Nandi in India carved out of Single black granite. Also the panoramic view of Mysore City, Mysore Palace, Lalitha Mahal Palace.
KRS dam: Krishna Raja Sagara is the main source of water for both irrigation and drinking water in Mysore, Mandya and most part of the Bangalore City. Construction started in 1924 the Ruler of Mysore Kingdom Shri Krishnaraja wodeyar IV and The Chief Engineer and also Diwan of Mysore Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya, Together built the Asia’s biggest dam then. September 15th the Birthday of Bharat Ratna Sir M. Visvesvaraya is rightly Celebrated as Engineer’s day. Brindavan garden lights up in evening light and music fountain garden
late night drive back to the hotel for overnight stay in Mysuru.

Day 02: Mysore to Coorg/Madikeri

Drive to Coorg via Hunsur, Kushalnagar on the way visiting popular sightseeing places:
Bylakuppe, Namdroling Monastery well known as a golden temple, the little Tibet of India.
Kaveri nisargadhama is river island formed by River Kaveri: true jungle experience with safety, boating in the river Kaveri, Deer Park, and Elephant ride is possible here.
Dubare Elephant camp is the base camp of Dasara Elephants, boating and whitewater rafting is possible here and prices additional depends on the rafting level you choose. Check in to the hotel in Madikeri.
Abbey waterfalls: soft trek in the middle of coffee estate Leeds to this winsome waterfall.
Raja Gaddige: an enchanting park.

Day 03 Coorg must-see sightseeing.

Bhagamandala Triveni sangama: a temple town at three rivers confluence namely Cauvery and its tributaries Kannike and sujyothi.
Talacauvery: the river Kaveri originates from here, Sri Agastheeswarar temple, Sri Vishnu Temple and very scenic place.
Greater Talacauvery National park. By evening visit to Raja seat at the heart of Coorg town panoramic view Sahyadri mountain range.
Madikeri fort, the old fort now used for the official purpose of Sarkar.
omkareshwara temple, famous Shiva Temple in Coorg.
Coorg is famous for coffee, spices, Honey, and homemade wines some shopping in town. Drive back to the hotel and overnight stay in the Madikeri.

Day 04: Coorg to Ooty

Himavad gopalaswamy betta.
Bandipur National Park.
Mudumalai National Park.
Pykara Dam.

Day 05: Ooty Must see Destination.

Doddabetta: 2637 meters ASl is the third highest peak in the Western Ghats and highest in Nilgiris range.
The Government Botanical Garden: covers an area of 22 hectares, is one of the major attractions in Ooty.
Rose Garden: Hundreds of varieties of Roses.
Sims park at Coonoor.

Day 06: Ooty to Kodaikanal

Optional if you like to visit the famous Arulmigu Dhandayuthapani Swamy Temple, Palani
Reach Kodaikanal and Check into Hotel. rest of the day at leisure. Overnight Stay in Kodaikanal.

Day 07: Kodaikanal Must-see sightseeing.

Cooker’s Walk.
Green Valley View.
Pillar Rocks.
Pine Tree Forest.
Moyer Point.
Kodai City View.
Chettiar Park.
Bryant Park.
Bear Shola Falls.
Dolphin Nose.

Day 08: Kodaikanal to back home.

Drive back to Bengaluru or Mysore or Madurai and drop at your desired location, Airport/Bus Station / Railway station and tour concludes with happy memories.