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COIMBATORE – COONOOR – OOTY
TRIP DATES – 19th to 22nd August 2019 (4 days and 3 Nights)
COST – Only Rs.15000 per person on twin sharing basis
Coimbatore – Adiyogi Statue, ISHA yoga center, Marudamallai hill temple, Perur Shree Pateeshwarar temple.
Coonoor- SIM’s Park, Dolphin nose, Lamb’s rock, High field tea factory
Ooty- Rose garden, Pykara lake, Pykara waterfalls, Botanical garden
Pickup from airport/railway station check in to hotel at Coimbatore. Proceed to Isha yoga centre and visit Adi yogi statue. After lunch proceed to Marudamallai temple on hills and Perur Shree Pateshwarar temple.
Morning after breakfast proceed to Coonoor check-in to Homestay. After lunch proceed to Ooty enjoy boat ride in Pykhara lake then visit Pykhara waterfalls.
After breakfast visit tea factory and botanical garden at Ooty. Next visit SIM’s park, Dolphins nose and shooting points at Coonoor
After breakfast proceed to Coimbatore visit Masani Amman temple. Shopping at Coimbatore. Proceed to airport/ railway station.
- Accommodation in a comfortable home stay or 3 star hotels
- All days breakfast, lunch, dinner and water bottles
- Sight seeing by AC vehicle depending on the number of members
- Pick up and drop from Coimbatore Airport or Railway Station
- Entry fee for Sight seeing at mentioned places, toll and parking charges at all locations & driver charges
Note : Flight/ train charges extra. We can book the flight/railway tickets for you as per actuals.
Coonoor is a hill station in the Southern Indian state of Tamilnadu. It is famous for its tea estates in the surroundings of Nilgiri hills. SIM’s park is a sprawling public garden with plants like rhododendrons, roses and eucalyptus trees. Dolphins nose is a vantage point with a view of the cascading Catherine falls.
SIM’s park is at a height of 1780m above sea level. It covers an area of 12 hectares. This park was built by J D SIM and Major Murray in the year 1874.
The park has many naturally occurring trees,shrubs and creepers and also many unusual species of plants that have been brought from various part of the world. The garden also has some rare economic trees like Rudraksh bead tree, cinnamon, Queensland Karry pine, Ornamental tree etc.
The main event in this park is annual fruit show and Vegetables show held in the month of May
It is a tourist point in Coonoor at a height of 1550m above sea level. The tip of the peak resembles a Dolphin’s nose hence the name Dolphin’s nose. It is a beautiful view point with picturesque views of Nilgirihills.
There are gigantic ravines found both to the left and right of Dolphins nose and there is a view of inspiring Catherine falls.
Best part of the spot is drive to Dolphin’s Nose through tea plantations with continuous hairpin bends.
Lamb’s rock provides a Panoramic view of Coonoor and also surrounding green lush forest covered by clouds.
It is a tourist spot and named after the collector Captain Lamb who developed this place in his interest.
Highfield tea factory
Highfield tea factory is a 50 year old factory set up to utilize the tea plantation in Nilgiri hills and also to produce fine exquisite tea.
The complete process of making tea right from drying raw green tea leaves to packing of tea leaves can be seen in this factory. The tea estate also promotes tourism and education.
Ooty – Queen of hills
Ooty also known as Ugadhamandalam is a popular hill station located in Nilgiri hills in the state of Tamilnadu. It is situated at an altitude of 2,240m above sea level.
The lofty mountains, dense forest, sprawling grasslands and miles and miles of tea gardens attract the tourists from all over the world.
The most popular places to visit in Ooty are Rose garden, Botanical garden, Pykara lake and Pykara waterfalls.
This is the largest rose garden in India, situated at the slope of Elk hills in Vijayanagaram of Ooty town at an altitude of 2,200m.
This garden has one of the largest largest collection of roses in the country with more than 3,100 rose plants and 710 rose beds and 20,000 varieties of roses. The collection includes hybrid tea roses, miniature roses, polyanthas, papagena, floribunds etc. The garden also consist roses of unusual colour like black and green.
Ooty’s climatic conditions are ideal for growing roses. Temperature variation is low and the rainfall distribution is uniform which results in long flowering season.
The Ooty botanical garden was designed by architect William Graham in 1847 under the supervision of George Hay 8th. It occupies an area of 22 acre land. The garden has nearly 1000 species both exotic and Indigeneous plants, shrubs, ferns, trees, herbal and bonsai plants. The whole area is categorised into 6 parts. The lower garden, New garden, Italian garden, Conservatory, fountain terrace and Nurseries.
The garden also has few rare tree species like the cork tree, monkey puzzle tree(monkey can’t climb this tree) and paper bark tree.
There are few Toda huts on the hills just above the garden where the original tribes of Ooty live.
Pykara lake and Pykara waterfalls
Pykara river is the largest river in the hill station located about 21km from city. The area around the lake is surrounded by forest that adds down to its natural beauty. The river falls down from two different heights towards the end, one from 55m and another from 61m.These two falls are called Pykara falls and located at a distance of 1.5km away from the lake.
This place is popular spot for picnic and film shooting. Motorboat and speedboats are available for joyrides. There are also boathouse and restaurant run by Tamilnadu Government.
Coimbatore -smart city
Coimbatore city is the second largest developed city in the South Indian state of Tamilnadu. It is located on the banks of the Noyyal River and surrounded by Western ghats.
Coimbatore is called Manchester of South India due to its extensive textile industry. The devotees from all over India come here to visit Murugan temple on the hill and Perur Shree Parameshwarar temple.
Tourist from all around the world visit Isha Yoga centre and the huge statue of Adi yogi. Coimbatore city is very close to the famous hill stations Ooty, Coonoor and Kodai kanal
Perur Shree Parameshwarar temple
This temple is an ancient temple built by Raja-Raja Chola and the inner sanctum was built by Karikala Chola. The presiding deity is Lord Shiva also known as Pateshwarar along with him is his companion deity Parvathi, who is also regarded as Pachainayak.
The temple has shrine of lord Ganesha called Patti Vinayagar and Arasambhalavanar shrine where Lord Shiva had performed Tandava under a peepal tree. Apart from this there are many idols of other deities.
There are several pillars in this temple with intricate carvings that depict the various manifestation of Lord Shiva.
Marudamallai is a 12th century temple dedicated to Lord Murugan also known as Lord Karthikeyan son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvathi.
It is located at a height of 500ft on Madhumallai hill of western ghats near Coimbatore. From the hill top we get a thrilling view of Coimbatore city. This temple is very popular, and several devotee from all around come here to take lords blessings.
The huge and beautifully carved statue is breathtaking. The statue is 45m (112ft) long and 7.62m wide weighs 500 tonnes. It has been recognised by the Guinnes as one of the largest bust sculpture in the world.
This beautiful statue was designed by sadguru Jaggi Vasudev as a credit to the first yogi and for inspiring and promoting yoga in the world.The statue was unveiled by our PM Narendra Modi.
According to sadguru’s version Adiyogi lived 15000 years ago. The height 112ft of the statue symbolizes the 112 possibilities to attain moksha and also 112 Chakras of human system.
During prana prathistha a Linga called Yogeshwara Linga was placed in front of the statue. The south facing Adiyogi is also called Dakshinamurthy and Adiguru
- Roundtrip Flight/Train Tickets from your hometown to Coimbatore airport / railway station
- Sightseeing and attraction tickets not mentioned in inclusions. Any form of Joyrides, Boat rides, adventure activities which are not part of group activities
- Additional hours/days/nights of stay required outside the check-in on tour start date and Check-out on tour end date, as per standard followed by hotels in India
- Expense of personal nature like Porter, tipping, laundry, telephone, beverages, room service charge, camera/video camera fee at monuments, medical expenses, airport departure tax, meals not part of group buffet menu, insurance etc.
- Any expenses caused by reasons beyond our control such as road blocks, landslide, accidents & any emergency evacuations.
- We are not responsible for the valuables carrying by the individuals