Ooty Tour Packages

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Ooty,the Queen of Hill stations, welcome you with mesmerising meadows, soothing environment, cool weather and a wide array of sightseeing places to visit and admire. Each tourist attraction in Ooty promises a unique and lively experience that will leave you in awe for many days to come. However, if you are wondering what to do in Ooty and what to see in Ooty then have a look at the various sightseeing places that we have mentioned below. With these interesting places to see, you can be sure of having a memorable Ooty tour.

Avalanche Lake

Avalanche Lake is an important tourism destination in the Nilgiris district. The lake is surrounded by a rolling landscape with blooming flowers like magnolias, orchids and rhododendrons. Tourists can traverse beside the lake through winding paths around the lake.Tourists visiting the lake can also engage themselves in Trout fishing. A trout hatchery is established near the lake, from where visitors can get fishing rods and other fishing accessories required for trout fishing. The lake is also used by tourists as a camp site wherein they pitch tents near the lake. Other tourist activities in the area include rafting across the lake and trekking the nearby hilly region like Upper Bhavani where there are thick forests and untouched wild habitats.

Ooty Lake

Ooty lake is an artificial lake constructed by John Sullivan, in 1824. The water flowing down mountain streams in the Ooty valley was dammed to form the lake. The lake became empty on three occasions when it breached its bund. The lake was originally intended to be used for fishing with ferries being used to travel across the lake. It gradually shrunk from its original size giving place to the current bus stand race course, and the lake park. The Tamil Nadu Tourism Development Corporation on behalf of the Tourism Department took the possession of the lake in 1973, for providing boating facilities as a tourist attraction.[2]

Emerald Lake

Emerald Lake is located near Emerald village in the Nilgiris district in Tamil Nadu, India. It is located in a region called the silent valley, about 25 kilometers from the Ooty town. The lake is an important tourist and picnic spot in the region. The lake is famous for a variety of fish in the lake and birds in the locale. It is also notable for the scenic sun rise and sun set views near the lake. The lake is surrounded by tea plantations where visitors can buy tea products.

Ooty Botanical Gardens

The Government Botanical Garden is a botanical garden in Udhagamandalam, near Coimbatore (Ooty), Tamil Nadu state, India laid out in 1848. The Gardens, divided into several sections, cover an area of around 55 acres, and lie on the lower slopes of Doddabetta peak. The garden has a terraced layout. It is maintained by the Tamil Nadu Horticulture Department. The flower show conducted here as a part of Ooty Summer festival is a major attraction. Another popular attraction of Botanical Garden is the Fossil Tree Trunk that is said to be around 20 million years old. The wide variety of plants here are worth exploring.

Deer Park

Civic agency ooty homes: Udhagamandalam Municipality Equally rich is the variety of flora in this park. Spread across an area of 22 acres, this park was established in the year of 1986. It is one of the known wildlife sanctuaries of not only Tamil Nadu but of India presenting amazing opportunity to observe the wildlife and various animals from closer.

Doddabetta Peak

Doddabetta is the highest mountain in the Nilgiri Mountains at 2,637 metres (8,652 feet). There is a reserved forest area around the peak. It is 9 km from Ooty, on the Ooty-Kotagiri Road in the Nilgiris District of Tamil Nadu, India. It is a popular tourist attraction with road access to the summit. It is the fourth highest peak in South India next to Anamudi, Mannamalai and Meesapulimala. The peaks Hecuba (2375 m), Kattadadu (2418 m) and Kulkudi (2439 m) are the three closely linked summits in the west of the Doddabetta range near to Udagamandalam.

Kalhatty Waterfalls

Kalhatti Falls also called as Bird Watcher's Falls is a tourist spot near Ooty, The Nilgiris, Tamil Nadu. These falls are about 13 km from Ooty, on the Ooty to Mysore Road or Sigur Ghat Road, It is situated at an average height of around 400 feet in the Sigur Plateau.This Place is rich in wild life like Bison, Bear, Deer, and also various type of birds. From the Kalhatti village one has to continue for 2 miles to reach the falls and the falls is connected in the same Kalhatti village road.

Kamraj Sagar Dam

The Kamaraj Sagar Dam (also known as Sandynalla reservoir) is in the Nilgiris district of Tamil Nadu state in India.[3] It is located at a distance of 10 km from the Ooty bus stand. It is a picnic spot and a film shooting spot on the slopes of the Wenlock Downs. It is a popular site for researchers who come to study environment.

Mudumalai National Park

Mudumalai National Park is a national park in the Nilgiri Mountains in Tamil Nadu, south India. It covers 321 km2 (124 sq mi) at an elevation range of 850–1,250 m (2,790–4,100 ft) in the Nilgiri District and shares boundaries with the states of Karnataka and Kerala. A part of this area has been protected since 1940. The national park has been part of Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve since 1986 and was declared a tiger reserve together with a buffer zone of 367.59 km2 (141.93 sq mi) in 2007. It receives an annual rainfall of about 1,420 mm (56 in) and harbours tropical and subtropical moist broadleaf forests with 498 plant species, at least 266 bird species, 18 carnivore and 10 herbivore species. It is drained by the Moyar River and several tributaries, which harbour 38 fish species.

Mukurthi National Park

Mukurthi National Park (MNP) is a 78.46 km2 (30.3 sq mi) protected area located in the western corner of the Nilgiris Plateau west of Ootacamund hill station in the northwest corner of Tamil Nadu state in the Western Ghats mountain range of South India. The park was created to protect its keystone species, the Nilgiri tahr. There are also a few watch towers located inside the national park. It is a popular site for trekking as well.

Needle View Hillpoint/Needle Rock View-point

LNeedle Rock View Point is a tourist spot in Gudalur, The Nilgiris, Tamil Nadu. Where the Gudalur is located 51 km on the west of Ooty and the Needle Rock viewpoint is about 8 km from Gudalur on the way of Gudalur-Ooty National Highway-67. The view point gives you a 360 degree view. The view point is also known as Oosi malai and gets its name from its conical shape. The word Oosi malai originated from Tamil Language. Oosi means needle; Malai means Mountain.

Ooty Rose Garden

The Government Rose Garden (formerly known as the Jayalalithaa Rose Garden, Centenary Rose Park and Nootrandu Roja Poonga is situated on the slopes of the Elk Hill in Vijayanagaram of Ooty town in Tamil Nadu, India at an altitude of 2200 meters. The unparalleled beauty of roses promises a visual treat and an ideal backdrop for photography.

Ooty Toy Train

The Nilgiri Mountain Railway (NMR) is a 1,000 mm (3 ft 3+3⁄8 in) metre gauge railway in Tamil Nadu, India, built by the British in 1908.[1] The railway is operated by the Southern Railway[2] and is the only rack railway in India. There are first class and second class coaches to choose from.

Tribal Research Center

One of the most well maintained and well organized museums you find in Ooty, the Ooty Tribal Research Center is more than just a museum displaying pre historic artifacts and stuffed animals. This place does serious research on the tribes inhabiting South India and the Andaman and Nicobar islands. The research center in Ooty maintains records on all the social, cultural, economic and religious activities of the tribals. They research on ways to improve the living conditions of the tribal people and on how to bring them into the mainstream without much disturbing their present lifestyle.

Parsons Valley Reservoir Ooty

Parsons Valley is a reserved forest space and part of Mukurthi Nationwide Park. The valley was named after Parson, a British engineer who occurred to find this valley method again in 1862 and was instrumental in creating it into one of the lovely websites close to Ooty from the place quite a few trekking routes start. The valley is a flawless nature setting with flowing streams, little waterfalls, and pine timber of Pandiar slopes, overwhelming forested areas and a few unusual creatures amongst them. The valley and its encompassing give a pleasing perspective of the Nilgiri Mountains.

Pykara Waterfalls

Pykara is river 19 kilometres from Ooty in the Indian State of Tamil Nadu with a village by the same name nearby. The Pykara River is considered very sacred by the Todas. It rises at Mukurthi peak, flows northwards, and then turns to the west after reaching the edge of the plateau. The river flows through Murkurti, Pykara and Glenmorgan dams, and forms part of an important hydro-electric power project. The river flows over a series of waterfalls, the last two of 55 metres and 61 metres being known as Pykara Falls. The falls are approximately 6 kilometres from the bridge on the main road. There is a forest rest house at Pykara. A boat house on the Pykara reservoir is an added attraction for tourists. Pykara boasts well-protected, fenced sholas, Toda settlements, large grassy meadows and good wildlife habitat. The Pykara Dam, falls and reservoir attract many tourists.

St Stephens Church

St. Stephen's Church is located on the road to Mysore in Ooty,[1] in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. It is one of the oldest churches in the Nilgiris district. The painted glass windows along with the painting of Last Supper is especially captivating.It is said that the timber used in the construction of thsi chruch was brought from Srinangapatna as well as from the Tipu Sultan Palace.

Ooty Stone House

TStone House was the first bungalow constructed in Ooty (India). It was built by John Sullivan and was called Kal Bangala by the tribals (Kal means stone in Tamil). Today, it is the official residence of the Principal of the Government Arts College, Ooty.The tree in front of the bungalow is known as the Sullivan's oak.Its an ancient architecture is worth seeing. Many tourists visit this place to have a glimpse of this bungalow.

Toda Huts Ooty

OThere are a few Toda huts on the hills above the Botanical Garden, where Todas still dwell. There are other Toda settlements in the area, notably Kandal Mund near Old Ooty. Although many Toda have abandoned their traditional distinctive huts for concrete houses, a movement is now afoot to build tradition barrel-vaulted huts, and during the last decade forty new huts have been built and many Toda sacred dairies renovated.

Wax World Ooty

The Wax World Museum in Ooty homes beautiful wax statues of Indian Freedom Fighters and Political Leaders such because the world famend Mahatma Gandhi, Gopal Krishna Gokhale and Bal Gangadhar Tilak amongst the numerous others. The Wax Museum additionally shows beautiful wax replicas of social figures similar to Mom Teresa and Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, the previous President of India.

Wenlock Downs Ooty

Wenlock Downs is a spectacular meadow named after Sir Arthur Lawley’s sibling Beilby Lawley, third Baron Wenlock. The downs unfold majestically throughout 20,000 acres of rolling lands that appears to be stretching endlessly. The complete place is roofed with Shola forest. Extra popularly referred to as the Capturing Level, Wenlock Downs has two widespread film filming factors referred to as Sixth Mile and Ninth Mile named so due to they’re situated at 6 miles and 9 miles away from Ooty..

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