Nilgiris Tourism & Travel Guide

Kovai, as Coimbatore is locally known, lies at the foothills of the Nilgiris, the chain of mountains that form a part of Eastern Ghats....

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Hiking early morning through the Coonoor Suburbs, which is just two km away from Wellington, I had a rendezvous with the wild cows of Nilgiris- “GAURS” who have come for their morning breakfast in the wide spread Tea Gardens....

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This is one of the first Tiger Reserves of India which was established in the year 1931 by the Maharaja of Mysore. It was later declared a national park in 1974. This is a few kilometeres north of Mysore and shares boundaries with other sanctuaries and national parks of tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, etc. The national Park is one of the most popular in the country and the Kabini River is an added attraction here. There are about 70 tigers out here in this open area where the animals lead a free life with lots of space to roam about. The main animals here include leopards, chitahs, gaur, sloth bears, sambhars, mouse deer, wild dog, wild boar, barking deer, hyena and four horned antelope. The many species of birds include pompadour green pigeon, grey jungle fowl, honey buzzard, red headed vulture, owls and hawks.
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This is the highest peak in the Nilgiri region and is about 10 kilometres from the city of Udhagamandalam or Ooty. The main attraction here is the center for tourists on the peak of this hill. There is an observatory on the top floor of this tourist center and there are twin telescopes hre. From the glass paned observatory, with the help of telescopes, you get awesome views of the whole district till far away places.
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About Nilgiris

Fourth day was completely relaxing day @ Ooty. We clicked lots of pics in Hotel and just enjoyed Weather. In evening went for boating and than back to Hotel.

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Best time to visit Nilgiris is from March to June and from September to November

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