I decided to go on a short trip to get myself rejuvenated and hence zeroed in on Ooty. I had stayed in the defence quarters in Aruvankadu. Here is the recap of my Day 1 memories. I have kept it simple for easy understanding.
It gives some perfect view around Ooty from the top of the hills.
This is one of the main attraction which is located close to Dolphin Nose point. Entrance fee of ₹10 is charged per person. There are 4 places in this which you need to see. The place needs some trekking skills. If you have a heart condition, kindly avoid.
This is one of the major centre of attraction, if you’re in Coonoor. If you go in the off-season, you may not get to see the variety of flowers. You still wouldn’t regret because the pics I clicked were during the off season. Don’t they look great?
Entrance fee of ₹10 per person is charged.
This is a must visit place if you’re visiting Ooty/Coonoor. You could see the serene beauty if nature with a waterfall in a distance. Beware of monkeys. There are not many but a few which may grab your bag, when you’re distracted.
An entry fee of ₹10 is charged per person.
In my next post, I would cover Day 2 of my Ooty Visit covering places likes Pine Forest, 9th Mile, Pykara Falls.