Ooty Coonoor trip package from Bangalore
Enjoy 3 days Ooty Coonoor filmichakkar trip package from Bangalore. Ooty has been rightly titled as the Queen of Hill stations. It is located at a distance of 2,240 m above mean sea level. It is a land of beautiful picnic spots and had been a popular summer and weekend getaway for the British during the colonial days. Therefore you can visit this place and enjoy it a lot. Because there are plenty of interesting tourist spots like Botanical Gardens, Lakes, Boathouses, water falls, shooting spots, Wildlife Sanctuary, Tea estates and many more.
Tamil is the official language of Udagamandalam. Languages were native to the Nilgiris including Badaga, Paniya, and Kurumba. Due to its proximity to the neighboring state of Karnataka and is a tourist destination, English, Kannada is also spoken and understood to an extent.
What should I wear in Ooty?
- Well to not worry, we’ve mentioned the required clothes that you simply should carry.
- Irrespective of the season, woolen clothes like the sweater, jumper, jacket, socks, and thermal wears are always compulsory.
- Hats or caps and scarf.
- Boots, sneakers, trekking shoes, slippers.
Ooty Coonoor trip
The Nilgiri Hills are famous for his or her sublime hill stations. Notable among them is Coonoor, located at the highest of the Hulikal ravine at an altitude of 1,800 m above water level. it’s 19 km from Ooty (also, Udhagamandalam or Ootacamund), another famous hill station of the Nilgiris. Coonoor is known for its verdant environs and for the spread of wildflowers and birds. So, Coonoor provides a perfect setting for activities like trekking and hiking. Because it’s also famous for its tea plantations and festivals. During summer, this hill town is over-spilled with holidaymakers. Coonoor is additionally an ideal locale for filmmakers, both from India and abroad. It formed the backdrop for David Lean’s movie A Passage to India (1984) supported by E. M. Foster’s novel. Coonoor comes under the Coimbatore-Mettupalayam-Coonoor-Ooty circuit.