Ooty tour packages from Delhi


Delhi, the capital of India has seen the ravages of time. Several battles fought, monuments erected and great leaders reigned. The history surrounding Delhi and over the years the modernization and rampant makeover it has undergone has made it a place worth a visit not just for its historical monuments, scrumptious Parathewali gali in Old Delhi but also for its continually evolving appearance to meet global standards . Heading from a busy city like Delhi to a calm and serene hill station down south – Like Ooty is like the two sides of a coin. The hustle and bustle of city life to the calm and serene ambience of the Queen of hill station – Ooty, this tour package will certainly interest the taste buds of most travelers.

Time & Travel

It will take you approximately 34 hours to reach Ooty from Delhi if you decide to take a road trip in a cab or self-drive your car. The total distance from Delhi to Ooty is 2323 kilometers approximately. Depending on the train you book your train travel time could vary between 35 to 43 hours. You can book train, flight or bus tickets from Delhi to Tamilnadu. Thereare no direct flights or train service from Delhi to Ooty.

You can book a train ticket from Delhi to Tamilnadu and hire a bus or cab from Chennai to Ooty. Another option is to book a train ticket direct to Coimbatore and hire a cab or van from Coimbatore to Ooty. There are train options via Kerala too to reach Ooty from Delhi.

There are no direct flights to Ootyfrom Delhi. The nearest airport to Ooty is Peelamedu airport at Coimbatore at a distance of 57 kilometer.

Places of interest in Delhi

The capital of India Delhi has been the governing center for time immemorial and the places of attraction it houses have attracted many travelers for several years now. Delhi stands as a massive city with a lot of modernization happening at a rampant speed. A lot of its historical buildings remain intact in Old Delhi the New Delhi is getting a makeover beyond belief every day. Rising IT complexes, emerging business centers, massive sub urban developments are all making Delhi an expensive and lucrative place to be in and visit. THE several old and new places of interest in Delhi are:


  • Humayuns tomb stands as a strong example of Mughal architecture that’s has become a world heritage site as declared by UNESCO. From Humayuns tomb you can catch a glimpse of Taj which was later perfected as Taj Mahal in Agra.
  • Run by Delhi transportation and tourism Development CorporationDilliHaat is an open air food plaza and craft market which should be definitely visited. Housing nearly 62 craft shops inside the plaza you can witness artisans and their work and enjoy scrumptious food to eat.  The setting is ethnic and the taste is authentic Indian cuisines.
  • Though it stands as a shadow of its majestic past, Red Fort though does not stand in all its glory but still showcases what and how it appeared once upon a time. Sprawling complex around the fort with several palaces, mammoth structures and courtyards, waterholes resembling waterfalls all have made way to the fort -where the Indian flag was hoisted during Independence in becoming a world heritage site as declared by UNESCO.
  • Akshardham temple is a sprawling temple around the banks of Yamuna. A visit to the temple by many pilgrims and tourists is believed to be a sight to behold. The musical fountain show in the complex is a popular attraction in the temple.
  • Located at a short distance from Connaught place, Khan Market is home to myriad tasty gourmet food. Gift shops, book shops, boutiques and fast food joints keep every visitor well entertained.
  • India Gate is till date used to commemorate the death of soldiers who laid their life for the country.  During evening the hues of the flood light and fountain make the resplendent structure of India gate a worthwhile visit.
  • Rajghat is another nostalgic and heart churning place to visit. It is here that the father of our nation – Mahatma Gandhi was shot and killed. Rajghat is a reminiscence of that unfortunate moment when the nation lost its great leader.
  • Lodi garden houses famous monuments that belong to the Sultanate period. The tomb of Muhammad shah and Sikander Lodi are major attractions you should visit here.
  • Jama Masjid in Delhi is the largest mosque in Asia with a courtyard that can accommodate 25000 worshippers at a time. The mosque is in close vicinity of Red fort and both the monuments are believed to be the last architectural monuments built by the emperor Shah Jahan. 


Places to visit in Ooty


Known as the queen of hill stations,Ooty is an exciting holiday destination that should be visited either for honeymoon, leisure or adventure trip. Some of the attractions and places of interest worth visiting in Ooty are:

  • Botanical garden
  • Ooty Lake
  • Rose garden
  • Doddabetta peak
  • Pykara lake
    • Pykara boathouse ride
    • Pykara waterfalls
    • Pykara dam
  • Avalanche
  • Six Mile shooting spot
  • Ninth mile shooting spot
  • Emerald Lake
  • Glen Morgan Countryside tour
  • Hindustan photo film
  • Kalhatti waterfalls
  • Ketty Valley view
  • Mukkurthi peak
    • Mukkurthi national park
  • Mudumalai wildlife sanctuary
  • Sims Park- Coonoor
  • Kodanad view point
  • Dolphin nose
  • St Catherine waterfalls


Ooty during August

During the month of August the picturesque view of Ooty only gets better. The rainfall makes the place extremely romantic however this is definitely not an ideal month for outdoor activities. During the month of august many tourist not just make use of the picturesque beauty of Ooty but also the off season rate cuts in accommodation around Ooty.

Delhi- Ooty tour package

Ooty has been a popular tour destination for a long time. Its popularity over the years continues to grow.  From monumental structures of Delhi to the natural beauty of Ooty this tour package is a medley of North and South, increasing modernization and static natural ambience, ancient monuments and picturesque views. The tour package to Ooty from Delhi will offer you travel experience that’s different.


wonder is an unforgettable encounter.