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Ooty is a beautiful hilly paradise in the state of Tamil Nadu. The charming hill station can be your perfect escape plan during the sultry summer months. The serene lakes, extensive grasslands, mighty mountains, foggy landscapes, dense forest and much more, Ooty has got everything for a great holiday! Here are some of the must-visit places that you should not miss!

Ooty Summer Festival (17th-19th May’19)

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The 122-year old event organized by the Tamil Nadu government is held at the Ooty Botanical Garden every year in the month of May. The town is full of different varieties of flora and fauna and this summer festival is held annually to showcase the city’s stunning natural bounty. The two weeklong festival has many exhibitions, right from the vibrant flower show to the attention-grabbing fruit show and the exciting Boat Show to the amazing Hot Spices & Vegetables Show!

Avalanche Lake

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One of the many attractions, Avalanche Lake is a great place to have fun with friends and family! Located about 28 kms away from Ooty, it will just take a few hours to reach there. You can spot a lot of blooming lovely flowers such as orchids, magnolias and so much more! Also, there is so much to do at this place such as hiking, fishing and boating, you’ll never feel running out of options.

Nilgiri Mountain Railway (NMR)

nmrA trip to Ooty is considered incomplete if you do no explore the amazing ‘Nilgiri Mountain Railway’. Built by the British in the year 1908, it connects Mettupalayam to Ooty via Coonoor. The hugely famous ‘Chaiya Chaiya’ song from Dil Se movie amongst others has been shot here. The train covers around 46 km and passes through breathtaking green valleys, innumerable steep curves, jaw-dropping trails, rolling tea estates and so on promising you a train journey experience of a lifetime!

Tea & Coffee Plantations

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Ooty is widely famous for its numerous tea estates. Some of the incredibly famous & must-visit tea estates in Nilgiri include Craigmore, Pascoes Woodlands, Tiger Hill, Corsley and Glendale. The aroma and flavour of the two most prominent teas produced here (Oolong and Black Tea) is amazingly unique! Make it a point to visit any of these resplendent tea gardens to make the most out of your trip.

Travelling to this extraordinary hill station is an experience that you’ll cherish forever and would want to explore more & more! So, start planning your trip to Ooty now!

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