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Ooty, or the Queen of Hill Stations, is couched amidst the blue mountains of southern India. This erstwhile hill resort of British is perched at an altitude of 2240 m above sea level. Known far and wide for its natural splendor, Ooty nestles in an amphitheater created by four hills -Club Hill, Elk Hill, Doddabetta Hill and Snowdon Hill. Officially named as Udhagamandalam, it is preferably called Ooty, as old habits die hard. A paradise for the tourists, Ooty draws adventure seekers, nature lovers and film makers alike. The Ooty City Map provides insight into the location of places of interest in Ooty, hotels in Ooty, major road and railway network of Ooty and thus helps the visitors in travel to Ooty.

Places of Interest in Ooty



Botanical Garden
The Botanical Garden, maintained by the Horticulture Department of the Government of Tamil Nadu is considered to be the milestone of Ooty. Established in 1847, the Garden reminds one of the bygone British era. Home to a diverse array of trees, it oozes a specific charm as one ambles through the dappled promenades of the area.

Government Museum
Located on Mysore Road, the museum houses the artifacts representing the traditional heritage of Tamil Nadu.

Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary
Crowding the banks of the lovely Mayar River, the sanctuary borders other two known wildlife reserves - Bandipur National Park and Wayanad wildlife sancutary.
Lalith Kala Academy: This art house located around 2 Km from Udhagamandalam, is a repository of a large number of sculptures and paintings from all across India.

Hotels in Ooty

As visited by people from all walks of life, Ooty has a wide array of hotels. Budget hotels, economy hotels, luxury hotels, 5 star hotels, resorts, wildlife resorts- visitors get every type of accommodation options in Ooty. Taj Garden Retreat, Conoor; Sullivan Court; Savoy Hotel are some of the most popular luxury hotels in Ooty. People who want the value for the money amidst comfortable stay can choose the economy hotels in Ooty. Hotel Hillock, Ooty Gate, Glanton Manor are some of the options available for economy travelers. Travelers who want to spend some time amidst the lap of nature can explore the option of wildlife resorts of Ooty.

Tour Package

Conjuring the image of perfect hill station in the minds of travelers, Ooty is in the top list of tour operators. Number of tour packages such as Golden Triangle with Ooty, The Wild Adventure, Golf in India, Beautiful Nest and Backwater are offered to this tourists' haven.


Last Updated on : December 4, 2017

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