We are offer 02 very beautiful hill station of south India Ooty and Kodaikanal
About Ooty :- Udhagai and better known as Ooty is a town, a municipality, and the district capital of the Nilgiris district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is located 80 km north of Coimbatore. It is a popular hill station located in the Nilgiri Hills. Originally occupied by the Todas, the area came under the rule of the East India Company at the end of the 18th century. Today, the town's economy is based on tourism and agriculture, along with manufacture of medicines and photographic film. The town is connected to the rest of India by road and rail, and its historic sites and natural beauty attract tourists
About Kodaikanal :- The word Kodaikanal is actually an amalgamation of two words: Kodai and Kanal. And the Tamil language has at least four possible interpretations of the name "Kodaikanal". By pronouncing the first syllable of Kodaikanal with a long Tamil 'O', as in koe-dei, it means summer, whilst the final two syllables: kanal, in Tamil can mean to see, rendering 'Kodaikanal' as a 'place to see in Summer'. Kodaikanal is a summer forest, and it is also a place that the first missionaries to settle used as a refuge to escape the overbearing and mosquito-ridden heat of the plains - a place that they would have counted on seeing in the summer!
"Kanal", in Tamil, can also mean dense forest or closed forest. In this case, "Kodai" can have at least four different meanings. By pronouncing 'Kodai' with the long Tamil 'O' and short 'e', Ko-dai means "the end". So that KODAI KANAL could mean "The End of the Forest" which makes poetic as well as geographical sense, in that Kodaikanal is situated at the crown of the Palani Hills, and is effectively surrounded and protected by thick forests, which one must traverse to reach Kodai.
By pronouncing Kodai with the short Tamil 'O' (as in KODI), it would means "Creepers" or vines. So that Kodaikanal could also mean "The Forest of creepers", or the Forest of vines. "The Forest of Creepers" is also thought to be the English language meaning given in 1885 during the early western habitation of the place, and is still accepted. They called like this with its beauty.
Package Includes :
Accommodation in above mentioned hotels or Similar category with base category rooms at places.
A/c Vehicle for all transfer & Sightseeing.
Buffet Breakfast at all the hotels.
All Applicable Taxes. Except Service
Package Excludes :
Any meals other than those mentioned above.
Any Airfare / Train fare.
Entrance fees to Amusement parks & Boating charges.
Any portage at airports and hotels, tips, insurance, wine, mineral water, telephone charges, and all items of personal nature.
Any services not specifically mentioned in the inclusions.
Expenses caused by factors beyond our control like rail and flight delays, roadblocks, vehicle malfunctions, political disturbances etc.
Day 1: Arrival Coimbatore latter drive to Ooty (88 Kms.)
Arrival at Coimbatore then dive to Ooty (88 kms). Ooty is popularly known as the "Queen of the blue mountains". Ooty is famous for its rolling hills covered in pine and eucalyptus forests and its coffee and tea plantation. On arrival check in at the hotel. Evening free for individual activities. Overnight in Ooty.
Day 2: Ooty
his day after breakfast proceed for Ooty sightseeing, visit Botanical Gardens which has total 1000 varieties of plants, shrubs and trees including orchids, ferns, alpines and medicinal plants among beautiful lawn. Raj Bhavan, Dodabetta, about 10 kms, the big mountain reaches 2638m. The second highest in Western Ghats. Enjoy boating (optional) on Ooty Lake, built in 1825, with beautiful surroundings. Overnight in Ooty.
Day 3: Ooty - Kodaikanal (265 Kms.)
This day after breakfast check out and dive to Kodaikanal to Ooty (265 kms). On arrival check in at the hotel. Evening free for individual activities. Overnight in Kodaikanal.
Day 4: Kodaikanal
This day after breakfast in and around sightseeing of Kodaikanal, visit the Coaker's Walk, it runs along a steep, emerald green wooded slope. From Coaker's Walk one can have a breath-taking view of the plains below. Bryant Park is situated on the eastern side of the lake it is famous for its flower hybrids and grafts. Pillar Rocks three boulders stand here, shoulder to shoulder, vertically measuring 122 meters providing majestic sight. Pillar Rocks is 7.4 kms from the lake. It has a mini garden with lovely flowers. Overnight in Kodaikanal.
Day 5: Kodaikanal to Coimbatore (169 Kms.)
After morning breakfast check out hotel and drive to Coimbatore, (169 kms from Coimbatore).
Package Terms & Conditions :
At Coorg, Ooty, Kodaikanal, A/c rooms are not provided due to low temp.
Dussehra Festival supplement (27 Sept. â€“ 05 Oct. 2014) applicable at Mysore hotels, Diwali Festival supplement (15 Oct. â€“ 10 Nov. 2014) applicable at Munnar hotels. Rates for these period available on request.
Package Rates not valid from 15 Dec. 2014 till 15 Jan. 2015
At Hotel Check-in time is 14.00 hrs & / Check-out time 12.00 Noon.
Early check in and late checkout subject to availability.
The above rates are valid for the mentioned period only and subject to change without any prior notice.
Contact Person :-
Mr. Subhash Rana
18 Shashtri Nagar, Kale Ki Dhal, Haridwar Road, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, India - 249201