Ooty tour packages from Mumbai

 

From the hustle and bustle of Mumbai to the serenity of Ooty, this tour package is undoubtedly a tour combination meant to offer you the better of two sides of a coin. From the maddening and fast paced life of Mumbai, its colorful nightlife, multicultural cuisines to a calm and tranquil Ooty and its scenic façade will leave you spell bound. From feeling like rumble in the Bronx to silence of the loch the experience of travelling and touring these two places with massive extreme contrasts and  its tourist attraction spots is quiet similar.


Mumbai might be the place for dreamers and ambition seekers, despite that it manages to lure a massive crowd partly tourists who only take back a gigantic bowl of vivid experience. Heading from Mumbai to Ooty get only better. With natural ambience and prime attractions spots Ooty is queen of hill stations for all right reasons. The combination of Mumbai and Ooty for a tour package is one to be tried for a vivid tour experience.

 

Time and travel


The road distance from Mumbai to Ooty is approximately 1200 kilometers. There are two to three different routes that can be taken to reach Ooty from Mumbai. The road trip depending on road condition can take you 16 hours to 19 hours of travel time.


You can take a flight to Coimbatore from Mumbai and a cab or car from Coimbatore to Ooty too.
Places to visit in Mumbai


The New York of India, the city of dreams and high rising buildings- Mumbai is known for both its slums as well as elite crowd. Bombay as it was once called became famous for its long stretch of Slum; Dharavi placed Bombay on the global map for very unpleasant reasons but the slums aside Mumbai had so much more in its entirety that despite its cramped space it continued to be a place that lured a dreamer, a traveler , a dweller and a business man. The ancient history of the city and the myriad tourist site that Mumbai houses, makes this bustling city a maddening place to plan a travel to.  You should be able to understand that despite its growing popularity it continues to lure travelers and tourists to visit the several attraction sites it is home to.

 

  • A visit to the beaches, scenic lakes and forts is highly recommended
    • Aksa beach
    • Vasai fort
    • Bandra fort
    • Juhu beach
    • Worli sea face
    • Vihar lake
    • Taraporewala aquarium
    • Powai lake
    • Chowpatty beach
    • Vihar lake
  • For pilgrims the place to head to in order to offer your prayer a visit to
    • Mumbai  devi  temple
    • Basilica of Mount Mary Bandra
    • Haji Ali mosque
    • Gurudwara Shree Govind Singh
    • Siddhivinayak temple
    • Fire temple
    • Mahalakshmi temple
    • Shri swamy Narayan temple
  • Gardens and entertainment parks
    • Essel world
    • Elephanta caves
    • Sanjay Gandhi national park
    • Taraporwala Aquarium
    • Nehru planetarium
    • Mani Bhavan Gandhi museum
    • Manadapeshwar caves
  • Shopping till you drop dead at
    • Fashion street
    • Crawford market
  • Forts and museums in Mumbai worth paying a visit t in your tour package
    • Worli fort
    • Global Pagoda
    • Rajabai tower

 

Places to visit in Ooty


The beautiful and majestic Ooty is called queen of hill stations for a reason. The reasons become self-explanatory once you pay visit to the myriad attractions this beautiful hill station is home to.

  • Lofty mountains of Ooty and their picturesque imagery
    • Doddabeta peak
    • Needle hill view point
    • Frog hill view point
    • Dolphin nose
    • Wenlock Down
    • Ketty valley
  • Forested areas and water bodies
    • The sacred lake of Todas the beautiful Pykara lake
    • Pykara dam
    • Pykara waterfall
    • Kamaraj Sagar dam
    • Emerald lake
    • Porthimund lake
    • Avalanche lake
    • Upper Bhavani lake
    • Porthimund lake
  • Parks and gardens
    • Mudumalai National park
    • Mukurthi National park
    • Parson valley reservoir
    • Rose Garden
    • Ooty botanical garden
    • Pine forest
    • Deer park
  • The tea factory offering a comprehensive tour of tea estates and the process involved from plucking to packing of the tea leaves
  • The Ooty toy train ride is a joy ride not to be missed
  • Enjoy hand gliding, trekking and hiking at Kalahetty mountain ranges. The site is considered world class for hand gliding
  • Ooty wax museum houses life size statues of great personalities and it definitely is an interesting tourist attraction for kids and grownups to visit in Ooty.
  • The tribal museum housing artifacts and photos of the tribal from tamilnadu, Andaman & Nicobar Islands attract tourists. On display are the houses of the Todas, Kurumbas and Kanikarans which are definitely worth seeing in the museum, they are very appealing compared to the usual thatched houses you watch along the countryside?
    • Toda hills still exists and Toda tribals still live in these huts.
    • Stone house is another house that should be visited in Ooty tour package as besides holding historical importance it was also the first bungalow built in Ooty.
    • Fern hills palace makes for another historically important building in Ootythat demandsa visit.
  • The Nilgiri mountain railway that connects Ooty railways with the town Mettupalayam is declared as world heritage site by UNESCO. It’s the only rack railways in entire India that uses ABT system to run on.
  • Ooty municipal market is the largest retail market where you can grab peaches, plums, pears, strawberries and more on a wholesale auction held every day.
  • A visit to the cottage industries will help you find some of indulging and sinfully delightful stuff like homemade chocolate, pickles and some carpentry creations.
  • Ooty and its romantically inviting backdrop have made way for several Indian movie backgrounds. Sixth mile and Ninth mile are two prominent shooting spots that filmmakershead to and tourists have no reason to not pay the locales a visit! Hindustan photo film is a major industry in Ooty that manufactures films.
  • Head down to the lower regions like Coonoor and Kotagiri and you can have hands on experience on tea cultivation and the processing methods.