We have watched many of the Hollywood movies with scenes having never-ending view green farms, swirling roads, traditional huts. The views always made us believe in the locations existing only in foreign countries and we look forward to visiting these places. But this might surprise you knowing that our country also has these Hollywood locations. Ooty hill station in India is one of the beautiful places to visit.
Significance of Ooty Hill Station
Ooty had been once the acquisition of the tribe Toda. Later on, the Ooty came under the British East India Company give away by Tipu Sultan in the srirangapatnam treaty. The Ooty had been the British officer’s favorite choice of place to spend time in Ooty in summers. John Sullivan had also camped to the Dimbhatti and made bungalow in Dimbhatti. He stated the beauty of nearby places enthralling and compared it with Switzerland having long trees, lakes, and valleys. Ooty hill station has been the favorite and made homely to British officials.
Ooty’s enhancing beauty
Ooty hill station presents many of the beautiful lakes, valleys, forests, parks, and many more to engage you with natural beauty. Famous Ooty lake is spread 63 acres in a land with a boathouse established alongside. Pykara River is another attraction in Ooty hill station and holds a sacred value by Toda. The trains moving into the hill, we all once or more has seen and dreamt of sitting and enjoying the passing by hills and pine trees through its window, Ooty owned that thrill. Built during the British reign by them Nilgiri Mountain Railway is in the world’s heritage site. The Mountain railway connects Ooty to Coonoor.
Unlike the boring history story, Ooty hill station has some interesting ones to know. Snooker game was originated and its rules and regulations were laid in Ootacamund Club. Hindustan photo film manufacturing company is based in Ooty.
Ooty having beautiful scenic nature has been attracting visitors from years. The place is very well maintained by the Tamil Nadu government. Ooty is still not disturbed by any human unnatural activities. The place is worth more visits than any of the hill stations.