Ooty is a resort town in the Western Ghats mountains, in southern India’s Tamil Nadu state. Founded as a British Raj summer resort, it retains a working steam railway line. Explore the Journey to the Queen of Hill Stations.
Situated at a distance between 580 – 620 km from Chennai, Ooty is easily accessible by road. You can commute via the following routes.
Route 1: Chennai CMBT – Villupuram – Yercaud – Coonoor – Ooty
Route 2: Chennai – Vellore – Krishnagiri – Salem – Ooty
Route 3: Chennai – Villupuram – Trichy – Karur – Ooty
We prefer the 1st route since the roads are its best to take your bike and even more safer to travel with it’s four lane roads making it even more accessible to reach your desination as planned.
Viluppuram is a Municipality and the administrative headquarters of Viluppuram district, the largest district in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. This town remembers the historical period of Cholas, known for it’s traditional temples, ruins in and around Villupuram. Taking a break is important to consider since you can get visit the anicent & historical Golden Era with it’s Epic Old Gingee Fort, on with the way to explore the Queen of Hills.
Adding one more picturesque landscape of Yercaud – a hill station town in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu, with the unexplored beautiful regions, ranging from the lakes to the lush green hills on the way to Ooty makes your trip fulfilled.
Entering into the Queen of Hill Stations, Ooty gives you the scenic view, from the serene lakes to rich tea estates & dense forests, coffee plantations and much more. A favourite place amongst all kinds of travellers. Witness the best of natural beauty to get yourself stunned, amazed and thrilled.
Attractions in Ooty:-
1) Ooty Avalanche Lake
2) Doddabetta Peak
3) The Toy Train Ride – Nilgiri Mountain Railway
4) Ooty Botanical Garden
5) Pykara Lake
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