Ooty – a Unique World Created by the Mother Nature
In Ooty, you would really feel like in another world: a world created by the God almighty. Blue Nilgiri Mountains, enchanting stretches of plantations, cascading waterfalls, lovely lakes and colorful gardens in this scenic heaven provide feasts for the eyes. The weather here is quite pleasant year-round that means anytime time is good to visit this scenic heaven. Apart from that, this erstwhile capital of Madras presidency is home to amazing tribe cultures and rich flora and fauna.
Ooty, officially known as Ootacamund, has long been a premium tourist destination in South India renowned for its natural beauty and climatic conditions unmatched to anywhere else. This endearing hill station is good option for eco-tourism enthusiasts and honeymooners. Ooty stands 2,240 meter above the sea level amidst beautiful Nilgiri Mountains. The town was obscure till 1812 and discovered by British missionaries, educationists and civil servants as a place for summer retreat. Today, Ooty has become one of the most-visited hill stations in India, being synonyms with astonishing greenery and quality tea plantations.
One thing that everyone likes about Ooty is its scrumptious weather all through the year. Ooty travel provides an ideal escape to the bustling city life with pleasant and pollution-free environment. The average temperature here remains 15-20°C, but in winters it sometimes goes below the sub-zero level causing a heavy snowfall. During this time, Ooty turns to be extremely beautiful and attracts thousands of travelers from across the country. In summer, this mountainous town boasts wonderful trekking opportunity being dotted with a number of trekking routs in/around. Bird-watching, boating and camping are some also some enchanting activities for tourists.
If you’re on sightseeing tour to this hill station, there are plenty of options to choose from. Head on to beautiful Ooty Botanic Gardens and savor amazing scenery and tranquility, or visit the Doddabta Peak to enjoy magnificent panoramic views of surrounding mountain ranges and forests. The Ooty Lake is famous for its breathtaking natural vistas and pleasant atmospheric conditions. Also, you can enjoy a variety of sports at magnetizing Ooty Lake. Visit to Annamalai Temple, Ooty Rose Garden, the Wax World, the Tea Factory and Pykara Falls also gives the visitors an overwhelming joy. This hilly region is home to small scenic towns of Coonoor and Kotagiri too, which offer the visitors wonderful holiday experience in the true laps of nature.
When it comes to plan your tour, getting an Ooty package from a reliable source is the best idea. Nowadays, a range of tour packages are available over internet like Ooty holiday packages, Ooty honeymoon packages etc. So, you just need to visit a reliable travel portal and search for your most suited deal.
Sanjana Singh - About Author:
Writer of this article is associated with Hungry Bags, a reputed travel site that offers a variety of Ooty packages at varied price ranges. Buying your suitable Ooty package will ensure you having a delight Ooty travel.
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