Beauty at Ooty and Mudumalai
Discover Nature’s Beauty at Ooty and Mudumalai
India is a country blessed with scenic beauty, culture, heritage and enthralling locations. Ooty happens to be a famous hill station in South India located in the Nilgiri Mountains. The aroma of eucalyptus, Blue Mountains and captivating locations entices visitors from across the world. For a perfect wildlife experience Mudumalai is another hot spot, not far away from Ooty.
Tourist attractions in Ooty and Mudumalai
There are many amazing locations at both these places that guarantee any visitor a memorable vacation. Some of the best places at Ooty include the famous botanical garden, Ooty Lake, the passenger train, Doddabetta peak, Pykara Lake and Avalanche Lake. Mudumalai too has its share of great locations. To name a few are Mudumalai National Park, Elephant Safari and elephant feeding camp, Museum and Kallatty falls.
Reaching Ooty and Mudumalai
Ooty is well connected by road and rail from major cities such as Mysore, Bangalore, Coimbatore and Chennai. One can reach Mudumalai from Ooty easily by road which is at a distance of approximately 40 Km.
Visiting Ooty and Mudumalai
The best time to visit Ooty is between October to June. Winters are very cold with temperatures dipping to 5¬0C. However, summer during the months from March to May welcomes you with a pleasing weather with temperatures around 200C. Rainy season between July and August is generally not ideal for tourist activities.
Mudumalai is good with a pleasant climate all year round. Summers are warm with temperatures soaring to 300Cand an ideal time to spot tigers. Winters are cool with an enjoyable temperature of 200C. October to May form the ideal months to visit this stunning place.