Relish your South Indian breakfast and be ready to travel to Ooty and find yourself mesmerised with the scenic beauty of Ooty including: Coonoor - Located around 20 km from Ooty.
Coonoor is one of the largest hill stations after Ooty. In the Nilgiris Hills, at an altitude of 1,850 m above sea level, this hill stations presents alluring list of tourist attractions and adventure sports like trekking. Sim's Park - Located at a height of 1780 meters, Sim’s Park is a botanical garden which was established in 1874. It has more than 1000 species of flora including Queensland Karry Pine, Rudraksha (the bead tree) and Ornamental tree making it a place worth visiting.
Dolphine nose & Lambs rock on the way to Dolphin’s Nose in Ooty, Lamb’s Rock is also called as Echo Rock. A popular picnic spot, it offers an admirable view of Coimbatore Plains and surrounding lush greenery. Route to this place offers trekking opportunities as well. Later drive to Doddabetta Peak - It is the highest point of Nilgiris hills with a height of about 2,623 meters. It is also the second highest peak in South India is something not to be missed. Tea Garden - Coonoor, known as the tea garden town, boasts of many breath-taking tea gardens. A tour to these tea plantations, walking through the lush greenery and refreshing aromas of tea is an experience worth trying. After sightseeing you will have your dinner and head back to your hotel.
Overnight stay at Ooty Hotel.