Ooty History

The most important thing that makes Ooty always a best place to visit is the climate, Eventhough the season is believed to be from April to June. It was first discovered during the British rule, by the collector of coimbatore called john Sullivan in the year 1817. The name udagamandalam is derived from the word […]

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Government Museum, Ooty

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 set up in 1989, with a view to provide education benefits to the residing and visiting population of the Nilgiris district. The admission to this museum is free. The timings […]

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Lamb's Rock, Coonoor, Ooty

Lamb’s Rock, a tourist spot and view point is situated at a distance of 8 km from Coonoor. It was named after the then collector Captain Lamb who developed this place in his interest. The Lamb’s Rock is on the way to Dolphin’s nose, another viewpoint in Coonoor. The mountain cliff around Lamb’s Rock stands […]

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Dolphins Nose in Coonoor

Dolphin’s Nose is essentially a huge rock that resembles the nose of a dolphin. There are ravines on either side of Dolphin’s Nose, including St. Catherine Falls and Coonoor stream meeting the Kotagiri stream. These water bodies are tributaries of the Bhavani River. On a bright sunny day, visitors can get a glimpse of St. […]

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Nilgiri Mountain Railway snapshot

The Nilgiri Mountain Railway is a railway in Tamil Nadu, India, built by the British in 1908,[1] and was initially operated by the Madras Railway. The railway relies on its fleet of steam locomotives.[2] NMR comes under the jurisdiction of the newly formed Salem Division. In July 2005, UNESCO added the Nilgiri Mountain Railway as […]

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avalanche lake ooty Tamilnadu

What a nice place it is..scenic beauty is really mind blowing..a clear green lake right at the center of the hills..definitely plan avalanche and Emerald dam as both are in a same way around 20 KM from ooty town..the lake comes under the forest department so u need to book forest safari or bus to […]

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Lake Park ooty

Lake Park is located quite near to the Railway Station and the Bus Stand. It sits right by the side of Ooty Lake, from where you can walk up to the park.

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Muniswarar Temple Ooty Tamil Nadu

Location: The ancient Muniswarar Temple is located on the hills of the beautiful region of Ooty. This shrine is situated in the famous Bombay Castle Area and it is flocked by tourists and devotees alike all around the year. Description: Muniswarar Temple is a wonderfully shrine which has been dedicated to Lord Muniswarar. Considered to […]

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boating at pykara lake

Pykara is the name of a village and river 19 kilometres (12 mi) from Ooty in the Indian State of Tamil Nadu.[1] The Pykara River is considered very sacred by the Todas.[2] It rises at Mukurthi peak, flows northwards, and then turns to the west after reaching the edge of the plateau.[2] The river flows […]

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Shooting Point ooty

Made well known and famous because the location is used frequently by film makers to shoot sequences here, Shooting Point, Ooty is a lovely meadow surrounded by hill sides. Picturesque and dream like, the best place to view the surrounding landscape is from the Shooting Point, a rather steep climb for most. Lush green and […]

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