South India Hill Station Tour

Duration – 06 Nights/07 Days
Destination - Cochin, Munnar, Kodaikanal Coonoor, Ooty

It sounds like you're interested in a South India Hill Station tour that lasts for 6 nights and 7 days. Hill stations in South India are known for their breathtaking landscapes, cool climate, and lush green surroundings. A tour covering Munnar, Ooty, Coonoor, and Kodaikanal would offer a delightful experience of some of the most beautiful hill stations in South India. Munnar is a charming hill station located in the Western Ghats of Kerala, a state in South India. It's renowned for its picturesque landscapes, lush tea gardens, mist-covered mountains, and pleasant climate. Munnar is a popular destination for nature lovers, honeymooners, and those seeking a tranquil retreat in the lap of nature. Ooty, short for Ootacamund and also known as Udhagamandalam, is a popular hill station located in the Nilgiri Hills of Tamil Nadu, India. It's renowned for its lush green landscapes, pleasant climate, and colonial-era charm. Kodaikanal, often referred to as the "Princess of Hill Stations," is a beautiful hill station located in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. Situated in the southern part of the Western Ghats, Kodaikanal is known for its misty mountains, serene lakes, lush forests, and cool climate.


Day 01:- Arrive in Cochin (Kochi)

Arrive in Cochin Airport, on arrival our representative will meet you at the airport with holding a Pla Card of your name.
He will do welcome you in South India Style as “God Own County”.
After welcoming our representative will introduce with the driver and proceed for the Munnar, known for its tea plantations and stunning landscapes.
En route, visit the Cheeyappara and Valara waterfalls and spend some time with clicks unforgettable memories pictures.
On arrival Munnar, check – in at the hotel and enjoy the beautiful surroundings with nature beauty.
Overnight stay in Munnar.

Day 02:- Munnar Sightseeing

Morning enjoy with your delicious breakfast and ready for the Munnar Sightseeing.
Tea Plantations, Munnar is known for its extensive tea plantations that stretch across rolling hills and valleys.
Anamudi Peak: Anamudi is the highest peak in South India and is located near Munnar.
Eravikulam National Park: This national park is home to the endangered Nilgiri Tahr, a mountain goat species.
Attukal Waterfalls: These waterfalls are a popular attraction for their scenic beauty.
Mattupetty Dam and Lake: This reservoir is surrounded by lush greenery and offers boating options.
Tea Museum: Munnar has a Tea Museum where you can learn about the history of tea cultivation in the region and the tea-making process.
Neelakurinji Blooms: The Neelakurinji flower, which covers the hills in a blue-purple hue, blooms once every 12 years, attracting a large number of tourists during the blooming season.
Overnight stay in Munnar

Day 03:- Munnar to Kodaikanal

Morning after breakfast proceed for the Kodaikanal, as known "Princess of Hill Stations," is a beautiful hill station located in the state of Tamil Nadu, India.
En-route visit most beautiful green hill valleys and enjoy waterfall also.
On arrival Kodaikanal check – in at the hotel.
Evening will free you can explore the Kodaikanal Lake with Boat ride.
Overnight stay in Kodaikanal.

Day 04:- Kodaikanal Sightseeing

Morning after breakfast ready for the Kodaikanal Sightseeing.
Kodaikanal Lake: This star-shaped artificial lake is the heart of Kodaikanal.
Coaker's Walk: A paved pathway along the edge of steep slopes that offers panoramic views of the surrounding valleys and mountains.
Bryant Park: A meticulously landscaped botanical garden featuring a variety of plants, flowers, and a glasshouse.
Silver Cascade Falls: A picturesque waterfall located on the way to Kodaikanal.
Bear Shola Falls: A seasonal waterfall that's surrounded by dense forests, creating a tranquil setting, Pillar Rocks: These massive granite rock formations are a popular viewpoint that offers breathtaking views of the valley below, Dolphin's Nose: A viewpoint that provides panoramic views of the surrounding hills, valleys, and even the nearby Periyakulam town, Guna Caves (Devil's Kitchen): A set of deep caves and crevices that are surrounded by lush vegetation and rocky formations Shenbaganur Museum: Also known as the Flora and Fauna Museum, it showcases a variety of specimens of the region's flora and fauna.
Kurinji Andavar Temple: This temple is dedicated to Lord Murugan and is associated with the blooming of the Neelakurinji flowers that occur once every 12 years.
Overnight stay in Kodaikanal

Day 05:- Kodaikanal to Coonoor to Ooty

Morning after breakfast proceed for the Ooty.
Ooty is a popular hill station located in the Nilgiri Hills of Tamil Nadu, India. It's renowned for its lush green landscapes, pleasant climate, and colonial-era charm.
En- route visit Coonoor and enjoy the scenic beauty.
Visit Sim's Park, Lamb's Rock, and Dolphin's Nose viewpoint.
Later proceed to Ooty, on arrival check – in at the hotel
Overnight stay in Ooty.

Day 06:- Ooty Sightseeing

Morning after breakfast proceed for the Ooty Sightseeing. Nilgiri Mountain Railway, One of the highlights of Ooty is its heritage Nilgiri Mountain Railway, often called the "Toy Train." This train ride offers stunning views of the Nilgiri hills, tea gardens, and picturesque valleys.
Botanical Gardens: The Government Botanical Garden is a well-maintained garden featuring a wide variety of exotic plants, flowers, and trees.
Doddabetta Peak: Doddabetta is the highest peak in the Nilgiri range, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding hills and valleys.
Ooty Lake: This artificial lake is a popular spot for boating. Visitors can enjoy paddle boating or rowing amidst the scenic backdrop of the hills.
Rose Garden: Ooty's Rose Garden is one of the largest rose gardens in India, showcasing a diverse collection of roses in various colors and sizes.
Tea Gardens: Ooty and its surroundings are dotted with tea estates that contribute to the region's beauty and economy
Tribal Museum: For those interested in learning about the indigenous tribes of the region, the Tribal Research Centre and Museum provides insights into their culture, traditions, and way of life.
Ooty Botanical Gardens: This older botanical garden features a collection of indigenous and exotic plants, including a fossilized tree trunk estimated to be around 20 million years old. Overnight stay in Ooty.

Day 07:- Ooty to Bangalore Departure

Morning after breakfast proceed for the Bangalore.
On arrival Bangalore our representative will assist you to drop you at the airport for your flight to onward journey with lots of memories.


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