Mysore To Ooty Tour – Pick up on Arrival and Transfer to Breakfast After Breakfast proceed to Ooty At 7.00 Am First visit To Bandipura National Park,Then Drive To Mudumalai National Park (Mudumalai National Park is Wildlife Sanctuary also a declared tiger reserve) Needle Rock Point,Shooting Point,Payagara Lake,Botanical Gardens( The Gardens were established in 1847 by the Marquis of Tweeddale) Rose Garden (This Rose Garden is Established By Vijayanagaram) in Ooty,Doddabetta Peak( 8 Kms East-Southeast) Is The highest peak of the Nilgiris District and Ooty Lake, Tea factory and Tea Gardens,Then Drive To Mysore And Tour Ends.

Bandipura National ParkBandipur National Park is famous for a large variety of animals such as Tigers, Leopards, Elephants, Sambars, Spotted deers, Asiatic wild dogs amongst many others.Over 230 species of birds have been spotted around the national park. To name a few such as Open billed Stork, painted stork, Egrets, Kites, different Eagles, Falcon, Pea fowl, lapwing and the rare to spot vultures. Species of snakes common to the region are Russell’s Viper, Indian python, Cobra, Viper and the flying snake may also be sighted. 001 Orange Headed Ground Thrush


Rose Garden : The Government Rose Garden is the largest rose garden in India. It is situated on the slopes of the Elk Hill in Vijayanagaram of Ootytown in Tamil Nadu, India at an altitude of 2200 meters. Today this garden has more than 20,000 varieties of roses of 2,800 cultivars. It is one of the largest collection of roses in India.The Rose Park was established at Vijayanagaram in Ooty town to commemorate the centenary Flower Show in Government Botanical Gardens, Udagamandalam in May 1995. The flowers are arranged in five curving terraces covering four hectares. This garden is maintained by the Tamil Nadu Horticulture Department.


Ooty Lake : The lake which breached thrice, completely emptying itself, originally extended up to the present day market and ferries were used to get across one side to the other. The lake gradually shrunk in size giving place to the present racecourse, the bus stand and mini garden.


Mudumalai National Park : Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary & National Park is situated at the tri-junction of Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka on the North Eastern Slopes of the Nilgiris part of Western Ghats descending to the Mysore Plateau. An erstwhile game reserve, Mudumalai was declared a wildlife sanctuary with a 62 sq KM area in the early 1940 by the then Madras Presidency. With Bandipur Tiger Reserve (Karnataka) in the north, and Wynad Wildlife Sanctuary (Kerala) in the west the region forms a single, continuous viable habitat for a varied range of wildlife and is a part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve.