Coorg and Ooty are two brilliant hill stations in South India that have become popular tourist destinations. These splendid hill towns are located in the state of Karnataka. Our Coorg Ooty tour packages offer a visit to these popular hill stations, where you can explore the untouched beauty of nature.
We at "Holidays DNA" at www.coorgtourism.co.in have handcrafted Coorg Ooty tour packages to help you enjoy a relaxing vacation in the hill town. You will be mesmerized by the lush green hills, the rolling tea estates, and the pristine forests surrounding these two hill towns.
Our "Coorg Ooty tour packages" offer an opportunity to explore the beauty of these two hill stations in the best possible way. You will find yourself immersed in nature’s wonders as you visit a number of waterfalls, ancient temples, and mesmerizing viewpoints that offer some of the most stunning views. The packages have been designed keeping in mind a wide variety of travelers, from families to couples, backpackers, honeymooners, and even solo travelers.
You can also enjoy activities like trekking, bird watching, boating, jeep safari, and other outdoor activities during your vacation. Besides sightseeing, you can also indulge in shopping for spices, homemade chocolates, coffee, and tea from local shops on your trip. We even consider your interests and travel requirements to tailor your packages and include exciting activities.
Our team of travel experts is trained to make your trip a memorable one and provide you with the best services. We are available 24/7 and can help you out, from booking tickets to selecting the ideal accommodation for you. We offer Coorg Ooty tour packages from several locations across the country. These include all the major cities such as Delhi, Hyderabad, Mysore, Chennai, Mumbai, etc.
Popular Sightseeing Places in Ooty that can be visited with this package
The Nilgiri Mountain Railway is a railway line that connects Mettupalayam to Ooty through the Nilgiri Hills, covering a distance of 46 km. It was constructed in the 19th century. The Nilgiri Mountain Railway line is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
You will be mesmerized by the breathtaking views of hills and valleys as the train chugs through the slopes and bends. The railway line is known for its unique cog-wheel system that enables the train to climb steep gradients.
You can enjoy the 5-hour journey through tunnels, bridges, and waterfalls, which provide an unforgettable experience. The Nilgiri Mountain Railway journey is a marvel of engineering, reflecting human ingenuity and creativity.
2. Ooty Lake
Ooty Lake, which was built by John Sullivan, the founder of Ooty, in 1824, is an artificial lake that spreads over 65 acres and is surrounded by verdant hills and forests. It is one of the top tourist destinations of Ooty. You can enjoy boating in the lake, which offers spectacular views of the nearby landscape.
You can choose motor boats, pedal boats, or row boats from the boathouse. Children will love the toy train ride around Ooty Lake and also the amusement park. With various bird species and fish, this artificial lake is a sanctuary for bird enthusiasts and nature lovers. The lake is an ideal place to relax and unwind, away from the noise and chaos of city life.
The Ooty Botanical Garden, which spans approximately 55 acres, is an extensive area of luxuriant greenery. The splendid garden was established in 1847, and it houses a diverse collection of exotic plants and flowers, including exceptional species of cacti, orchids, and Bonsai trees.
You can take a leisurely walk through the garden's well-groomed lawns and explore its various sections, such as the fern house, Italian garden, nurseries, rose garden, and conservatory. You must check out a fossil tree in the garden, believed to be around 20 million years old. The tranquil and serene atmosphere of the garden is bound to leave visitors feeling rejuvenated and refreshed.
Dolphin's Nose is a distinctive rock formation that resembles a dolphin's nose and provides awe-inspiring panoramic views of the nearby valleys and hills. You can access the viewpoint by taking a short trek through the verdant green forests and relish the stunning vistas of the Coonoor Stream and Catherine Falls. It is positioned at an elevation of about 1,550 m.
The viewpoint gives a bird's-eye view of the tea gardens and adjacent villages. You can enjoy a hot tea at the tea stalls lined up on the way to this point. Photography enthusiasts will love spending hours at Dolphin’s Nose, capturing the beauty of nature.
Kalhatti Falls is a breathtaking waterfall located approximately 13 km away from Ooty town. The falls are nestled amidst the serene and picturesque landscape of the Nilgiri hills and offer stunning views of the cascading water and the surrounding forests. You can access the falls after a short trek through the forest and indulge in a refreshing dip in the natural pool formed by the waterfall.
Kalhatti Falls is an ideal location for a picnic with family and friends and provides numerous adventure activities such as trekking and camping. It is a must-visit destination for tourists exploring Ooty, offering a rejuvenating and refreshing experience amidst the region's natural beauty.
Popular Sightseeing Places in Coorg that can be visited with this package
1. Abbey Falls
Abbey Falls is a mesmerizing waterfall nestled amidst verdant hills and lush coffee plantations, showcasing nature's magnificence. You can embark on a brief trek through the coffee plantations to reach the waterfall, a sought-after destination for adventure enthusiasts.
The highlight of Abbey Falls is the waterfall's plunging water, which cascades down from a height of approximately 70 ft into a tranquil pool below. You can enjoy a rejuvenating swim in the pool or unwind on the rocks and appreciate the waterfall's splendor. The beauty of Abbey Falls can be viewed from a hanging bridge just across the falls.
Tadiandamol Peak is the highest mountain peak in the region, standing tall at an altitude of approximately 1,748 m above sea level and providing a mesmerizing view of the surrounding hills and valleys. Trekking to the top of Tadiandamol Peak is a popular activity for adventure enthusiasts.
The trail meanders through dense forests and coffee plantations, making it a picturesque trekking experience. You can also choose to camp at the base of the mountain or the Big Rock and relish the serene beauty of nature.
On your trekking route, you can view the 200-year-old Nalknad Palace. Tadiandamol Peak must be on the bucket list of every adventure seeker and photography enthusiast.
Talakaveri is a revered place, as it is believed to be the birthplace of the Kaveri River, one of India's seven holy rivers. The site is situated at an elevation of approximately 1,276 m above sea level, surrounded by lush green hills and verdant forests.
You can take a dip in the tank, which is considered the source of the Kaveri River, or offer prayers at the nearby temple dedicated to Goddess Kaveri. There are two other temples for Lord Ganesha and Lord Shiva. Tula Sankaramana is a festival that is celebrated here with great pomp and fervor.
4. Raja’s Seat
Raja’s Seat is a favored tourist destination in Coorg. The beautiful garden, located atop a hill, provides a breathtaking panoramic view of the hills and valleys below. The garden is well-known for its verdant lawns, colorful flowers, and musical fountain. The garden's charm is undeniable.
The highlight of Raja Seat is the stunning sunset view which is a sight to behold. Kings of the Kodagu region used to visit this place to enjoy the sunset view. You can take a leisurely stroll through the garden, unwind on the benches, or savor a cup of coffee at nearby cafes. Children can enjoy the toy train ride around the garden.
Madikeri Fort is also known as Mercara Fort. It is a remarkable example of historical and architectural significance. Constructed in the 17th century by Mudduraja, the fort remains a testament to the region's rich cultural heritage. The fort has witnessed several battles and has been governed by various dynasties over the centuries.
Two large stone structures in the fort enclose a stunning courtyard. The fort boasts impressive ramparts, bastions, and towers, providing a glimpse into the military prowess of a bygone era. You can visit the Kote Maha Ganapathi Temple, an ancient temple dedicated to the mighty Lord Ganesha situated within the fort complex. The temple's intricate carvings and sculptures enhance its charm.