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Ooty Hill Station in India

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The hills station of Ooty is stunningly snuggled amidst the Nilgiris hills of Tamil Nadu and offers perfect respite from the heat and haze of the plains.

Ooty Hill Station in India

Ooty is a hill station in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Also known as Ootacamund this admired hill resort in the state of Tamil Nadu in Southern India is one of the most coveted summer destinations. With elevations of 7,347 feet above sea level this small but significant hill station observes mild weather of Ooty round the year. The place brought into existence as a human settlement in 19th century by the British. Over the years it has become one of the admired hill stations in India.

Elegantly nestled amidst the Nilgiris hills it receives hordes of tourists round the year. Ooty is also a popular summer destination, as temperature remains moderate. The slopping hills flanked by verdant greenery imparts it a stunning look. These things delve deep into the mind of tourists who keep pouring their love through daily visit to this place. One can find some stretches of tea plantation on the sloppy hills of Nilgiri.

As the summer resort of Ooty features a delicate ecosystem a large part of the hills are conserved as natural reserve forests, and you need to get permission to get into these areas. This place with natural beauty is a nature lover's delight as it replete with nature walk trails that offers a rejuvenating experience to the tourists.

This tourist destination of Ooty has also serves as summer capital of erstwhile Madras Presidency. Tourist on their to Ooty can explore the various tourists attractions that include Ooty Botanical Gardens, Doddabetta peak, Ooty Rose gardens, Wax World (Wax Museum), Sims Park (Coonoor), The Tea Factory, Boating at Pykara, Falls at Pykara, Hidden Valley, Echo Rock, shooting point, Pine forest and Dolphin's Nose. So embark on a tour to Ooty to explore this enchanting hill destination.

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