Ooty is popular by the name of Queen of hill stations and is the capital of the Nilgiri district. Ooty is also the possessor of the prestigious traditional name Udhagamandalam. Coimbatore is situated at arms length and is just at a distance of 105 km from Coimbatore. The city is famous for its sprawling tea estates; miles and miles of tea gardens welcome tourists enroute. The major attraction of the place remains its yearly Tea and Tourism Festival that pulls in many peace-seekers toward the tourism in .

Day 01 : Arrival Bangalore
Arrive at Bangalore (also called 'Garden City') airport or railway station and transfer to hotel. Spend the rest of the day at leisure. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 02 : Bangalore
After breakfast, enjoy a sightseeing tour of Bangalore. Visit Bull Temple and view the monolithic deity, which draws devotees from all over the country. Take a walking tour of the city and try some shopping in the evening. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 03 : Bangalore - Mysore
After breakfast, depart for Mysore by drive (3 hrs). En route halt at Srirangapatnam, the 18th century Summer Palace of Tipu Sultan. On arrival, transfer to hotel. In the afternoon, take a sightseeing tour of the city, visiting the Palace of Maharaja of Mysore and Devraja Flower Market. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 04 : Mysore - Ooty
After breakfast, depart for Ooty (4 hrs), nestled in the Nilgiri range. On arrival, transfer to hotel and spend the day at leisure. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 05 : Ooty
Enjoy a half-day sightseeing tour of Ooty, including Botanical Gardens , which has several varieties of ornamental trees and plants and the Museum, waterfalls, forests and tea gardens, Ooty Lake and golf courses. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 06 : Ooty - Kodaikanal
After breakfast, depart for Kodaikanal by drive (5-6 hrs). On arrival, transfer to hotel and spend the evening at leisure. Stay overnight at hotel.
Day 07 : Kodaikanal
After breakfast, enjoy a sightseeing tour, visiting Coaker's Walk, Golf Links, Green Valley View, Pillar Rocks, Silver Cascade Falls, Bear Shola Falls and the Kodai Lake. Stay overnight at hotel.
Day 08 : Kodaikanal - Coimbatore Departure
After breakfast, transfer to Coimbatore by drive (3 hrs). On arrival, transfer to airport/railway station for departure.
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Places To See
1. Abbey Falls
Just 8 kms from Madikeri, Abbey Falls is a very popular tourist spot. A steep climb from town leads visitors to this pretty falls tucked within plantations. The final walk to the location through lots of trees sets one up for the final view.

2. Thadiyandamol
One of the highest peaks in the Western Ghats, Thadiyandamol stands at a height of 1,747 meters and is ideal for experienced trekkers. You can access its peak with an 8 km drive from Kakkabe, located at a distance of 35 kms from Madikeri.

3. Iruppu Falls
Located in the Brahmagiri Range of district Kodagu (Coorg), the Iruppu Falls is also referred to as the Lakshmana Tirtha Falls. It forms the starting point of Lakshmana Tirtha River, a tributary of Cauvery.The walk up to the Falls is very picturesque.

4. Raja's Seat
Located at a vantage point in town, Raja’s Seat is a very popular stop in Madikeri. Set on the western edge of Madikeri, people throng the place to catch the sunset view. The sun going down against the backdrop of distant hill ranges is a sight to behold.

5. Madikeri Fort
Originally made in mud, the 110 feet long Madikeri Fort was re-built in stone (with secret underground passages) by Tipu Sultan. Much later Lingarajendra Wodeyar II reconstructed this two-storied fort with brick and mortar between 1812 - 1817.

6. Club House
At the old Manali village, on the left bank of Manalsu River is the quaint Club House managed by the Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation (HPTDC). It is about one and a half kilometer from downtown Manali and is a great place .

7. Bhaganmandala
Bhaganmandala is a popular pilgrimage spot situated on the upstream banks of the River Kaveri and is also known as Dakshin Kashi. The temple architecture in Bhaganmandala has a strong resemblance to the Kerala style of temples with two-tiered sloping roofs. Tala Kaveri
Talakaveri is the origin of the Kaveri River that flows in full strength during the monsoons. The river is looked up on by the Kodavas as their godmother, and hence Talakaveri becomes a venerated site. Talakaveri is situated 12 kms away from Bhagamandala and 47 kms from Madikeri.

8. Omkareshwara Temple
It is located in the heart of Madikeri town. The Omkareshwara Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva was built in 1820 by Lingarajendra Wodeyar II to ward off evil caused by Brahma Rakshasha. Legend has it that Lingarajendra killed an honest and pious Brahmin to fulfill his political ambitions.

9. Dubare Elephant Training Camp
A Karnataka Forest Department initiative, Dubare Elephant Training Camp is a base which tames wild Asiatic Elephants to help the locals. It’s a sight to watch the elephants bathe and how they respond to the commands of the mahouts.

10. Chettalli
On your trip to Bhaganmandala, you can drop by at the horticultural farm at Chetalli and see a wide variety of exotic fruits and flowers. There are flower gardens, cocum and banana plantation, star fruits and mango trees to name a few).
Chetalli also houses the Regional Coffee Research

11. Plantation Hikes
There are a few Plantation Hikes that are conducted regularly in and around Coorg. These hikes take you through coffee territory, and visitors can feel the plants and the coffee beans.

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