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5 Nights 6 Days

Enchanting Ooty Kodaikanal

Ooty, Kodaikanal

5 Nights 6 Days


Day 1 Arrival - Coimbatore to Ooty
A warm welcome to Coimbatore our representative will pick and drive towards Ooty – Queen of hill stations’, capital of Nilgiris district, used to be popular summer and weekend getaway for the Britishers during the colonial days. Lofty mountains, dense forest, sprawling grasslands and miles and miles of tea gardens made this place so popular in southern India. Upon arrival, check-in hotel. Relax & Refresh Later head to Botanical Garden, spread over a huge area of 22 hectares and with more than 650 species of flowers and trees, is a horticulturist’s delight. & Ooty Lake popular destination for picnicking, paddle boating and enjoying Ooty.Back to Hotel & Overnight in Ooty.

Day 2 Pykara & Ooty sightseeing & NIght stay in Ooty
After breakfast visit Pykara waterfall Dam & Lake and Pykara boathouse, The place is a must visit for those who wish to enjoy some time amid the beauty of nature and peace. Nature lovers, photographers and adventure seekers really can’t afford to miss this attraction. Pine forest, A famous tourist spot, Pine Forest is situated between Ooty and Thalakunda and has been featured in a number of popular Hindi movies. Kamaraj-Sagar Dam, a popular picnic spot, is also visible from the bottom of the hill. Doddabetta peak,- the highest mountain in the Nilgiri Hills at 2,637 meters. There is a reserved forest area around the peak. Wax museum,- Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Bal Gangadhar Tilak and Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam statues are Superb. Rosegarden is built on a step by step manner which looks so good. Anyone can be attracted by the beauty of thousands of colorful big roses.Back to hotel & night stay in Ooty

Day 3 Coonoor Sightseeing & Experience ( Heritage Toy Train) & NIght stay in OotyAfter Breakfast proceed towards Coonoor Sightseeing –With Heritage toy Train( Tickets Not included ) experience Beautiful Landscapes breathtaking turns and absolutely delightful bounces through the fog! later head to Sim's park- unusual park-cum-botanical garden, which was laid more than a hundred years ago on the natural hill ranges. Dolphin nose named after a rock resembling the appearance of Dolphin's nose Wellington Golf Course, High Field Tea Factory, Tea Estates back to Hotel & night stay in Ooty.

Day 4 Ooty to Kodaikanal
After Breakfast checks out from Ooty Head to Kodaikanal check into a hotel – Relax & Head to Kodai Lake - The lake is not impeccably clean however there are options around the lake like horse riding, shooting, bicycle self-riding etc and Bryant Park is located near a lake and is famous for its annual Horticulture Show. A wide variety of flowers in a well-maintained garden. Vibrant colorful Flowers all over. Back to Hotel & night stay in Kodaikanal.

Day 5 Kodaikanal sightseeing
After breakfast visit, Pine forest Scenes from various movies have also been shot here.The forest is also an ideal place to go for long walks, admiring its unique beauty and enjoying its peaceful atmosphere. Guna Cave (Devil’s Kitchen ) Situated amidst thick forest on the hilltop behind Pillar Rocks The path to Guna Cave passes through a beautiful pine forest with roots of the trees emerged on to the ground providing a unique setting to this place Pillar rock - You can visit Pillar Rocks on a clear day. These constitute three massive granite boulders standing together, each 400-feet tall. Together, they make for an amazing sight and Wax museum .back to Hotel & night stay in Kodaikanal.

Day 6 Kodaikanal to Coimbatore
After breakfast, check out from Hotel head to sightseeing visit Coaker's park unusual name for a charmingly beautiful walkway. take a walk up to the Telescope House near the gate for lovely close-ups of the Kodaikanal Valley and the nearby township. and shopping at local market. En route silver Cascade Waterfalls formed as a result of the overflowing of the famous man-made Kodai Lake, are the perfect way to have a break while on a long road trip & Proceed to Coimbatore for the final drop

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