Ooty with Masinagudi 3N/4D
Ooty is a mainstream slope station situated in the Nilgiri Hills. Nearby occupants call it Queen of Hills.
Ooty Lake– Ooty Lake is spread over 60 acres offers boating to tourists and is a major attraction.
Ooty Botanical Gardens– The Botanical Garden is spread over 22-acres and is in existence since the mid-1800s. A flower show is held every May. The Gardens have around a thousand species of plants, shrubs, ferns, trees, and herbal and bonsai plants.
Government Rose Garden– The Government rose garden is one of the largest rose gardens in India with more than 20,000 varieties of roses
Wax Museum– A wax museum on Ooty Coonoor road that houses life-size wax statues of Indian personalities.
Raj Bhawan Ooty– Raj Bhawan Ooty is the summer residence of the Governor of Tamil Nadu. Gardens here consist of ornamental gardens in an area of about 9 acres, a rich lawn on 3 acres, four rosaries, two lily ponds, a sunken garden, two greenhouses, a vegetable garden, and a nursery.
Doddabetta Peak– A viewpoint surrounded by dense shola forests from where one can have a panoramic view of the area.
Thunder World – Looking for some fun activities to do around Ooty? Head to Thunder World, one of the famous Ooty places, also known as Dinosaur Park, located at North Lake Road, near the Ooty bus stand. Famous for the Haunted House, Jurassic Jungle, Vortex ride, and much more, this is one place that will be loved by kids in all age groups. This amusement park features a lot of dinosaur models that come with light and sound effects. This place combines themes like horror, technology, and history to give you a unique experience. Do not miss the Camera Museum, 5D theatre, and the Rain Forest when you’re here. There’s an indoor showroom and a food court as well.
Wildlife and Bird watching at Bandipur– Bandipur forests with its deciduous habitat is the ideal spot for viewing animals like elephants, gaur, wild boar, sambhar. 200+ varieties of birds are spotted in the area especially in winter (Oct-March) such as Paradise Fly-Catcher, Hornbill, Woodpecker, Thrush, Crested Hawk Eagle, etc. Jeep safaris are arranged by few lodges around the area.
Pykara Lake– The Pykara Lake formed after a dam was constructed on the Pykara river. There are two waterfalls over 50 meters in height that is popularly known as Pykara falls and are major tourist attractions. En route one also stops over at Shooting point, a point where many movies were shot in past.
Elephant Camp Theppakadu– Theppakadu Elephant camp is where one can enjoy being around elephants, feed them and enjoy a kind of elephant experience. This is popular with inbound travelers and families with kids. Museum near the Elephant feeding camp is where some animals who once lived in the Mudumalai Jungle are preserved
Departure TimePlease arrive by 8:45 AM for a prompt departure at 9:00 AM.
Return TimeApproximately 8:30 PM.
Dress CodeComfortable athletic clothing.