Ooty



Ooty India is a famous hill station in South India. Lying in the Nilgiri Mountains in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, this beautiful place is also known as Udagamandalam, Udhagai, or Ootacamund.

Ooty India attracts a substantial number of travelers round the year. Dense jungles, huge picturesque lakes, towering mountains, lush green landscapes, and rambling tea gardens welcome the travelers on the way to Ooty. The place is a traveler's paradise and is a perfect destination for picnics. The town is linked to important places and cities in the country via railways and roadways.

Major tourist attractions of Ooty



The top-rated tourist attractions in Ooty India are as follows:
  • Government Rose Garden
  • Ooty Lake
  • Botanical Gardens
  • Nilgiri Mountain Railways
  • Toda Huts
  • Stone House
  • Wax World
  • St. Stephen's Church
  • Golf Course
  • Tribal Museum
Besides the abovementioned tourist attractions, the Doddabetta Peak (the tallest peak in the Nilgiris), the Pykara River, Porthimund Lake, Kamaraj Sagar Dam, Upper Bhavani Lake, Mukurthi National Park, Mudumalai National Park, Emerald Lake, and Avalanche Lake are the other tourist attractions in and around the town.

Popular hotels in Ooty



The most popular hotels in Ooty India are as follows:
  • Hotel Darshan
  • Reflections Guest House
  • Hotel Savoy
  • Sherlock Hotel
  • Hotel Maneck
  • Hotel Sinclair
  • Sullivan Court
Adventure sports like horseback riding and hang gliding are quite popular in the town.



Last Updated on 19/04/2013











     


     

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