Botanical Garden is the most famous tourist destination in Ooty. In 1847, Marquis of Tweedale laid the foundation of this garden, which is spread at an area of 22 hectares. This...rEAD MORE
Tea Factory is well-known for its tea plantation & museum. Tea factories are well equipped and produce tea of different qualities and focus on a large international market....rEAD MORE
The Government Museum, Mysore Road, Udhagamandalam, has items of tribal objects, districts ecological details and representative sculptural arts and crafts of Tamil Nadu. It was...rEAD MORE
Ooty Lake is an artificial lake, formed by John Sullivan, the founder of Ooty, in 1824. The artificial lake was formed by the mountain streams flowing down Ooty valley. This lake...rEAD MORE
Rose Garden covers around 10 acres of land, near the Charring Cross at Vijayanagaram. This garden comprises terraces with pergolas, rose tunnels and bowers with rose creepers....rEAD MORE
There is a reserved forest area around the peak. It is 9 km from Ooty,on the Ooty-Kotagiri Road in the Nilgiris District of Tamil Nadu, South India. It is a popular tourist attraction...rEAD MORE
Located at a distance of just 3 km from the Ooty Railway Station, the Ooty Wax Museum is one of the top places to visit Conceptualized by an IT professional who goes by the...rEAD MORE
The church dates back to the 19th century. Stephen Rumbold Lushington, the then Governor of Madras, who keenly felt the need for a church in Ooty exclusively for...rEAD MORE
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Ooty, which is deep within the Nilgiri hills, is also known as The Blue Mountains. It is unknown whether this name comes from the blue smoky haze given off by the eucalyptus trees that cover the area, or because of the kurunji flower, which blooms every twelve years giving the slopes a bluish tinge.
Ooty features a subtropical highland climate under Köppen’s climate classification. Despite its location in the tropics, in stark contrast with most of South India, Ooty generally features pleasantly mild conditions throughout the year. However, nighttime in the months of January and February is typically chilly. The highest temperature ever recorded in Ooty is 25 degrees Celsius, which by South Asian standards is uncharacteristically low for an all-time record high temperature. The lowest temperature was being -2 degree Celsius.
Contrary to the thought that much of the local economy is now dominated by tourism, Ooty is still a supply base and market town for the surrounding area which is still largely dependent on agriculture, notably the cultivation of "English Vegetables" and "English Fruits" grown locally. This primarily consists of potato, carrot, cabbage and cauliflower and the fruits being peaches, plums, pears and strawberries. There is a daily wholesale auction of these products at the Ooty Municipal Market, which is one of the largest retail markets in India.
|from Coimbatore||90 km|
|from Bangalore||301 km|
|from Mysore||160 km|
|from Chennai||537 km|
|from Kanyakumari||567 km|
|from Bangalore||290 km|
|from Hyderabad||842 km|
|from Kanchipuram||485 km|
|from Kochi||281 km|
|from Kodaikanal||265 km|
|from Madurai||326 km|
|from Mangalore||401 km|
|from Pondicherry||422 km|
|from Rameswaram||537 km|
|from Thanjavur||341 km|
|from Thiruvananthapuram||498 km|
|from Tiruchirapalli||342 km|
|from Tiruupati||534 km|
|Location: Nilgiri District, Tamilnadu. |
Altitude: 2,623 meters.
Total Area: 36 sq.kms.
Discovered By: British In 1800
Population: 8,1763 (1991 Census)
Temperature : Summer - Max 25C, Min 10C
Winter - Max 21C, Min 5C
STD Code: 0423
Light woolen in summer and heavy woolen during winter.
Tamil, Baduga,Malayalam, Kannada,Hindi and English.
|1st Season: March to May |
2nd Season: September to December
May 1st week - Dogshow at Ooty
May 2nd Week - Tea & Tourism Festival
May 3rd Week - Flower Show at Ooty
May 4th Week - Fruit Show at Coonoor
May 4th Week - Vegetable Show at Kotagiri
|Veichael Type||NON AC||AC||Info|
5 Hours and 50 KM
50km 5 hours
5 Hours 50 Km
|*All Toll Parking Entrance Are Extra|