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Srirangapatna Tour Packages

If you wish to visit one of the best pilgrimage destinations in South India, our Srirangapatna holiday packages are perfect for you. Get the opportunity to visit the most famous temples in India like Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple. Our Srirangapatna tour packages are designed in a way that caters to the interest of every kind of traveller. So, whether you are with your beloved, family, or solo trip, our Srirangapatna packages will take care of your requirements.

During the Srirangapatna tour, explore the famous tourist attractions like Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace, Nimishamba Temple, Temple of Lord Srinivasa, and more. Also, get the chance to visit the second biggest waterfall in India and the sixteenth largest in the world called Cauvery Falls. Indian Holiday Pvt. Ltd. offers Srirangapatna holiday packages that offer pilgrimage tours as well as tours for those who have an interest in ancient architecture.

To make your journey hassle-free and more comfortable, we have equipped our Srirangapatna tour packages with excellent services like assisted transfers, delectable meals, comfortable stays, and wonderful sightseeing tours. We also offer the facility of customization with which you can modify the itinerary as per your needs and budget and make your trip memorable.

Tourist attractions to Explore on your Srirangapatna Trip

Srirangapatna is a well-known destination in Karnataka and has a lot of incredible places to see. From historical sites to pilgrimage sites and beautiful parks, there is a lot to explore. So, being a pilgrimage place, here are some of the best pilgrimage sites you can visit on your Srirangapatna tour -

  • Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple
  • Nimishamba Temple
  • Jumma Masjid
  • Karighatta Srinivasa Temple
  • Kshanambika Devi Temple
  • Aarathi Ukkada Ahalya Devi Maramma

Srirangapatna is also famous for its rich heritage, which you can definitely visit on your tour. So, here are a few of these historical sites in Srirangapatna you can visit -

  • Daria Daulat Bagh/ Tipu Sultan Summer Palace
  • Gumbaz
  • Srirangapatna Fort
  • Colonel Bailey's Dungeon
  • Commemorative Obelisk
  • Tipu Sultan Fort

For wildlife lovers, there is Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, which is a paradise for bird watchers. You can spend some time here in nature on your Srirangapatna trip and witness a wide variety of birds including cormorants, darters, white ibis, spoon-billed storks, open-billed storks, etc.

Balmuri Falls and Brindavan Gardens are two other popular attractions in Srirangapatna that you must not miss on your trip.

Best Time to Visit Srirangapatna

Before planning a trip to Srirangpatna, you must have information about its weather in each season. It will help you plan and book a Sriragapatna holiday package better. So, the best time to visit Srirangapatna is during the winter season i.e. between October and March. The weather during this time remains pleasant and is perfect to go out for exploring, sightseeing, and shopping. Summertime can be a little harsh and it gets uncomfortable to ram around. The temperature ranges from 32°C to 40°C and makes it difficult for you to enjoy your Srirangapatna tour. However, if you wish to visit during the monsoon season, you will get great discounts on hotels.

How to Reach Srirangapatna

Being a popular place to visit, you can visit Srirangapatna by air, rail, and road. Here is how to reach Srirangapatna on your trip -

  • By Air - The nearest airport to Srirangapatna is located in Mysore about 14 km away. You can take taxi services from the airport and reach the city. The international airport is in Bengaluru, which is about 145 km away. There are regular flights available from major cities in India.
  • By Train - To reach Srirangapatna by train, the nearest railhead is Mysore, which is well-linked to Bengaluru. It is well-linked to prominent places in India. Once you reach, take a taxi from Bengaluru to Srirangapatna.
  • By Road - Various private and state-run buses are available that connect Kempegowda Bus Stand in Bengaluru and Central Bus Stand in Mysore to reach Srirangapatna.

Stay options around Srirangapatna

For a comfortable stay in Srirangapatna on your trip, here are some of the best places to stay. Hotels and resorts are available from high to mid-budget with decent amenities and offer a great stay. Here are some of the best hotels to stay in and around Srirangapatna -

  • Hotel Mayura Riverview Srirangapatna
  • Amblee Holiday Resort
  • The Cute Resort, Srirangapatna
  • HM Resort, Mysore
  • Young Island Resort


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Karnataka with Goa Tour

15 N / 16 D

Mumbai - Goa - Belgaum - Badami - Aihole - Pattadakal - Hospet - Hassan -Shravanabelagola - Madikeri - Mysore - Srirangapatnam - Bangalore - Mumbai

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Golden Chariot Pride of the South

7 N / 8 D

Bangalore – Kabini/Bandipur - Srirangapatnam - Mysore - Shravanabelagola - Belur - Halebid - Hampi - Badami - Pattadakal - Goa

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Bangalore Nagarhole Tour

5 N / 6 D

Bangalore - Srirangapatna - Mysore – Nagarhole - Coonoor

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FAQs of Srirangapatna Tour

Q: Where is Srirangapatna located?

Ans: Srirangapatna is located in Mandya district close to Mysore in Karnataka state (Province). It is surrounded by Cauvery (Kaveri) River. It is an important religious, cultural and historical place. The name Srirangapatna is derived from the famous temple Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple situated at this Place. Dariya Daulat Palace (Summer Palace) is set amidst the Daria Daulat bagh (Garden) built by Tippu Sultan (popularly known as “Tiger of Mysore). Outside the Srirangapatna fort is the Gumbaz where lies Tippu Sultan, Hyder Ali & Tippu sultan mother’s tomb. Tippu’s museum is situated on the top floor of Dariya Daulat displaying Tippu Sultan’s memorabilia like his Sword, Clothing, footwear etc etc.. Srirangapatna is 20kms from Mysuru (Mysore) and 125kms from Bengaluru (Bangalore).

Q: How to Reach Srirangapatna?

Ans: You can reach Srirangapatna only by Road. The main city of stay is Mysuru which is 20kms far.

Nearest Airports:

Mysuru approx. 30kms / 1hrs
Bengaluru approx 170kms / 4hrs

Nearest main Railway Station :

Mysuru approx 20Kms / 1½hrs

Nearby Important tourist destinations

Mysuru Approx 20Kms / 30-40min
Bengaluru 125kms / 3hrs
Hassan 110kms / 3hrs

Q: How is the weather in Srirangapatna and Best time to visit Srirangapatna?

Ans: Srirangapatna is a year around tourist destination. During summers from March to June it will be very hot. The best time to visit Srirangapatna is from October to February.

Q: Which are the places of visit or activities to enjoy near Srirangapatna?

Ans: The closest main city of stay is Mysuru.

  • Balmuri Falls is located 13kms from Srirangapatna and a picnic spot. It is a man-made waterfall caused by check dam built across Cauvery River.
  • Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary is located 4kms from Srirangapatna. This is the largest brid sanctuary in Karnataka State spread across 40acres of land. It compromises a small number of islets on the banks of Cauvery River. A permanent home for variety species of birds and plays a host for migratory birds during the migration season.
  • Talakadu is located 60kms from Srirangapatna. This is located on the banks of river Cauvery. During season one can experience river rafting. Boating is one activity at this place depending on the current of the river. The famous five temples situated here are the Pathaleshwara, Maruleshwara, Arkeshwara, Vaidyanatheshwara and Mallikarjuna believed to represent five faces of Lord Shiva. A fair is held here once in 12years called as Panchalinga Darshana.

Places of visit in Mysuru

  • Mysore Palace is an architectural beauty representing the Magnificence of the kings of the time. This is considered as the royal residence of the Wadiyar dynasty. The famous Dusshera procession also known as Vijayadashami the last day of Navaratri festival starts from Mysuru Palace.
  • Chamundi hills is a must visit place during the stay in Mysore. Goddess Chamundeshwari temple is situated on top of this hill is the deity of Mysuru royal family. Legend has it that the Demon Mahishasura often troubled the devas (gods) meddling with divine powers and causing havoc in the universe. Goddess Parvathi assumed the form of Durga or Chamundi and killed Mahishasura. The most important festival celebrated is Navaratri during Dusshera festival time.
  • St. Philomena's Cathedral is a Catholic church situated in the city of Mysore. This is one of largest church in India built in Neo-Gothic style.
  • Shri Jayachamarajendra Art Gallery is a rich collection of ancient paintings and musical instruments.
  • Mysuru Zoo is one of the main attraction in this city. Opened in the year 1892, it is spread over 157 acres of land. It is one of the oldest and most popular zoo in India and a home to wide range of animals.
  • Brindavan Gardens & Krishnarajasagar Dam is located in Mandya district. Brindavan gardens is a botanical garden spread across 60acres of land. Krishnasagar dam in built across cauvery river adjoining Brindavan gardens.