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Ooty Family Holiday

  Ooty Family Holiday TourCode : 1242
Duration  4 Days / 3 Nights
Route  Delhi-Coimbatore-Ooty-Coimbatore-Ooty
Best Time To Visit Daily,all year round




Day 1: Arrive Coimbatore – On to Ooty (95 kms / approx. 3 and a half hour drive)

Welcome to Coimbatore Airport/Railway station. On arrival to Ooty you will check into your hotel and proceed on a picturesque journey into the blue Nilgiri hills, past tea and coffee plantations in Ooty, rest of the day is at leisure to explore this beautiful hill station. (on your own) Overnight stay at the hotel in Ooty.

Day 2: In Ooty

After breakfast proceed for a city tour of Ooty Sim’s Park, Dolphin’s Nose point, Botanical garden and Ooty Lake. Rest of the day is at leisure for independent activities. Overnight stay at the hotel in Ooty.

Day 3: In Ooty

After breakfast enjoy half day city tour of Coonor. Rest of the day is at leisure for independent activities. Overnight stay at the hotel in Ooty.

Day 4: On to Coimbatore Ooty (95 kms / approx. 3 and a half hour drive)

After breakfast, depart Ooty as you get transferred to Coimbatore Airport/ Railway station for your onward journey.


The Botanical Gardens, which are a horticulturists” delight, were established in 1848. They now have a large range of fauna and trees and a fossilized tree trunk, which is 20 million years old. There is also a model Toda household that draws big crowds.

The Ooty Lake presents you with yet another chance at the quaint activity of paddle boating; it used to be very pretty but is now increasingly weed locked. The Rose Garden has 1919 varieties of the flower. There are a lot of `pucca’ British buildings: the gothic St. Stephen’s Church built in 1820, the Stone House bungalow, Raj Bhawan built in 1877. The Roman Catholic shrine called Kandal Cross, which bears a relic of the True Cross, makes Ooty `Jerusalem of the East’!

There are many walks around town in the hills, through the ‘sholas’ or forests. There is a wide variety of bird life, unexpected waterfalls and lots of spots for a secluded picnic.

It is possible to walk the 10 km to Dodabetta Peak, which is the highest point of the area. On a clear day you can look out to Coimbatore and the Mysore plateau.

The Wenlock Downs are spread over 20,000hectares of undulating countryside used to be the site for the Ooty Hunt.

There is a Gymkhana Club, a sheep farm, a golf course and an old Hindustan Photo Films factory.The government art gallery displays indigenous works of art.


Don”t go home with picking up a trinket or two of the traditional silver and shawls of the indigenous Toda tribe. You can also pick up some great cheese and local chocolates from Ooty. The aromatic and medicinal oils for every possible purpose are justifiably renowned as is the local coffee, tea and honey and visitors go home laden with the stuff.

Eating Joints

Ooty comes with a highly recommended bakery that stocks up on a huge variety of scrumptious pastry and bread. There are many restaurants and it is possible to get anything from a wholesome vegetarian ‘thali’ to chopsuey, from north Indian tandoori to your fix of cold draught. Some of the larger hotels have multi-cuisine restaurants. Ubiquitous are the small South Indian establishments that serve local cuisine and other wayside cafés and restaurants which serve an eclectic range of delicious dishes whether Indian, Chinese or Continental. Fresh fruits juices, ice creams and fast foods are available in abundance.


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