The cultural capital of South India in Chennai. This city, which is 350 years old, has the vibe of a young heart. During the independence period, the British had a foothold in Madras and did a lot of good to the city. They were the primary reason for Chennai city's dramatic growth, which was once just forest land. The northern part of Chennai is mostly an industrial area, and the commercial center of the city is the central part of it. The mainly suburban areas are South and West Chennai. Kodambakkam is Kollywood's movie center, packed with a multitude of film industries, studios, and cinema sets. Chennai seamlessly blends its old history and the new atmosphere, regardless of the metropolitan center. It is a sight to see the skyline of Chennai brimming with skyscrapers. You will easily adjust to its hustle-bustle once you were in Chennai and will tend to love its multi-face.
Since the 1st century AD, Chennai has served as an important administrative, military, and economic hub. Different South Indian dynasties have ruled it, namely the Pallava, the Chola, the Pandya, and Vijaynagara. Damerla Chennapa Nayaka, a general under Vijayanagara ruled from Chandragiri, near Tirupathi, gave the region where the present city exists to the British. The name Chennai is thought to be derived from the town's Chennakesava Perumal Temple. The town is renowned for its beaches, museums, parks, and the city's many historic sites. Marina Beach, Govt Museum, Parthasarathy Temple, Kapaleeswaraar Temple, San Thome Cathedral, etc., are the major tourist locations in Chennai. In the vicinity of Chennai, there are many other attractions, including Elliot Beach, VGP Golden Beach, Mahabalipuram, Pulicat Lake, Muttukadu, etc. The famous historical & pilgrimage town of Kanchipuram is situated close to Chennai.
In the beautiful hills of Nilgiris, Ooty is a picturesque place. The town's official name is Ootacamund and has been abbreviated to Ooty for the convenience of the tourists who flock to this hill station in South India in large numbers. The town is part of the district of Nilgiri in Tamil Nadu state. Its scenic beauty is due to the Nilgiri Hills that surround the town of Ooty. The Blue Mountains are sometimes called the hills. Some people claim that this name's root is due to the Kurinji flowers that bloom in the valley once every 12 years. These flowers are blue in color and when they bloom to add a bluish tinge to the hills. The history of the town can be traced back to the tribe of Todas, who occupied it in the early 19th century before the East India Company took over the reins of the place.
Ooty!! The amazing destination of Tamil Nadu is nestled in the foothills of South India's Nilgiri Mountains. So the position itself of this amazing city says a lot about its tourism. Also known as Udhagamandalam, Ooty is a beautiful capital city. In the list of honeymoon destinations, Ooty is in the top spot and it is also the best location for those who love adventure and excitement!! For visitors, it is very exciting to travel by train in a mountain zone. This train begins its journey from Kallar and passes through countless hill station curves and through haunting tunnels as well. This train ride helps you to capture eye-catching and spectacular views of your heart's lush flora and tea gardens as well as cameras.
In And Around Ooty Tourist Places
Some of the reasons why Ooty is so popular among tourists from all over the globe are the Botanical Garden, Doddabetta Hill, Ooty Lake, Kalhatti Falls, and the Flower Show. Ooty, Glenmorgan, a quaint and cute village, Mukurthi National Park, etc., are all some of Ooty's very interesting tourist attractions. Avalanche is a scenic getaway.
Peak Doddabetta : The highest peak in the Nilgiris is Doddabetta Peak. It is approximately 10 km from Ooty, at the junction of the Western and Eastern Ghats. Covered by thick sholas, this peak is the favorite point for trekkers. The view from the top of the mountain is completely mesmerizing, with a telescope house at the peak with two telescopes providing a captivating view of the surrounding valley. The rich flora and fauna here add to Doddabetta Peak's overall charm.
KALHATTY WATERFALLS : In attracting visitors, waterfalls play a major role and they always stay on the lookout for waterfalls during a visit to any destination. So on the trip to Tamil Nadu, Kalhatty Waterfalls from Ooty solves the issue of visitors. Almost 36 m down, this water flows. This location is perfect for picturesque beauty as well as for trekking. This spot's key slogan is to deliver joyful picnics. This destination is on the Ooty-Mysore road and Ooty is just 13 km away from here.
SIMS PARK : It is very lucky that Upper Coonoor has the Sim's Park in its hub and is spread over an area of around 12 hectares. The park is known for its 1000 plant species of various forms. These species consist of myriad kinds of shrubs, pines, ferns, and flowering plants as well. For two reasons, the park holds a great place in the Coonoor-of course, one is its lavishness and the other is the annual celebration of the Fruit and Vegetable Festival.
KETTI VALLEY : Ketti Valley is the world's second-largest valley and is located on Coonoor Lane. One can see a clutch of villages belonging to Mysore and Coimbatore from this point of view. The person standing at this stage felt like he was standing in Heaven and very lucky to be there!! Basically, tourists can come into contact with the people of the local tribes, Badagas, and Todas, here in Ketti. They are very modest and supportive, and their livelihood is just potato and cultivation.
PYKARA LAKE : This lake is also renowned internationally for its serene and peaceful atmosphere. This lake provides spectacular views of natural beauty as well. This lake, surrounded by forests, is ready to create a special place in your heart. At this lake in Pykara, there is a boathouse to entertain visitors and make their day. Since this lake is quite tidy and clean and very far from waste and dirt, visitors enjoy boating here. There are also restaurants and restaurants to offer comfort and rest.
This location is very well connected by road to all major cities. The Coimbatore-Ooty Road road trip is the most regularly traveled and well maintained.
Morning Pick up from Bus Stop Point.
Proceeding towards Ooty.
Hotel Check in.
Then proceed to visit Ooty Major attractions such as Rose Garden - The Rose Garden is one of the largest rose gardens in India.
Botanical Gardens is a beautiful garden situated on the foothills of Dodabetta Peak in Ooty.
Ooty Lake, a popular destination for picnicking, paddle boating
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight stay at Hotel.
Morning Breakfast at Hotel.
Check out from Hotel.
Then proceed to visit Ooty Major attractions such as Doddabetta is the highest point in Nilgiri Mountains, Government Museum , Tea factory ,Tea Museum and Thread Garden.
Pine forest is a nice place to take snaps & famous shooting spot as well.
Finally drop at Bus Stop Point.
What 's Included
We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3*, 5*, 7* )
2.Double sharing Rooms
5.Royal Suite Rooms
( as per requirement )
From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be take care
Local Speaking Guide - ( English,Tamil,Hindi,Telugu & Malayalam ) *
(As per requirement *)
(Chennai to Chennai Two way Bus Tickets)
(Coimbatore to Ooty All local vehicle transport.)