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Tribal Research Center

Tribal Research Center

Cultural- Sports Center

Spend approx 1 hour

The Tribal Museum is situated on the campus of Tribal Research ...
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Lamb's Rock

Lamb's Rock

View Point

Spend approx 2 hours

On the slopes of Nilgiri Hills in Coonoor lies Lamb's Rock- ...
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Catherine Waterfalls

Catherine Waterfalls

Water Bodies

Spend approx 1 hour

Cascading from a height of 250 feet, the Catherine Falls are loca...
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Ooty Lake

Ooty Lake

Water Bodies

Spend approx 2 hours

The Ooty Lake Ooty is an artificial lake spread over sixty-five a...
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Ride the Nilgiri Mountain Train

Ride the Nilgiri Mountain Train

Sightseeing

Economy

Built in the year 1908, The Nilgiri Mountain Railway is more than...
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Hang Gliding

Hang Gliding

Adventure

Value for Money

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s you on a hang glider! Hu...
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Boating on Ooty Lake

Boating on Ooty Lake

Sightseeing

Moderate Budget

Some say there’s no better feeling than to be floating on a body ...
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Fun at Black Thunder Theme Park

Fun at Black Thunder Theme Park

Entertainment

Value for Money

Holidays are synonymous with amusement parks. You don’t have to b...
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Lower Bazaar Road

Lower Bazaar Road

Street market

Economy

Ooty shopping is fun and comfortable because the weather doesn’t ...
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Upper Bazaar Road

Upper Bazaar Road

Street market

Economy

Situated just 1 km from the Ooty town center, Upper Bazaar is a p...
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Nilgiris Super Market

Nilgiris Super Market

Individual shop

Economy

Though Ooty does not have the malls and shopping centers of the b...
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Charring Cross

Charring Cross

Individual shop

Moderate Budget

Charring cross is an intersection on the National Highway 67 that...
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The Valley Bar

The Valley Bar

Pubs

Cost for Two - INR 500

Set against a fantastic backdrop, The Valley Bar nestles in the c...
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Selbournes Bar

Selbournes Bar

Pubs

Cost for Two - INR 400

If you are looking for a chic and elegant place to wine and dine ...
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Canterbury Bar

Canterbury Bar

Pubs

Cost for Two - INR 500

Ooty, the charming and laid back hill station of Tamil Nadu, is h...
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Club Mahindra

Club Mahindra

Entertainment

Cost for Two - INR 500

Club Mahindra Derby Green nestles in a prime spot in Ooty town, o...
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Holiday Packages In ooty

  • ooty
    Splendid Mysore Ooty Honeymoon Special
    3 Nights, 4 Days
    Starting From
    Rs.15,999
    Per Person on twin sharing
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    Short Trip to Ooty - Weekend Getaway (Ex - Bangalore)
    2 Nights, 3 Days
    Starting From
    Rs.10,999
    Per Person on twin sharing
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    Short Trip to Mysore and Ooty - Weekend Getaway (Ex - Bangalore)
    3 Nights, 4 Days
    Starting From
    Rs.13,999
    Per Person on twin sharing
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Holiday Themes In ooty

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    Affordable Holidays
    3 Nights, 4 Days
    Starting From
    Rs.4,999
    Per Person on twin sharing
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    Family Holidays
    4 Nights, 5 Days
    Starting From
    Rs.5,999
    Per Person on twin sharing
  • ooty
    Sightseeing Holidays
    2 Nights, 3 Days
    Starting From
    Rs.9,299
    Per Person on twin sharing
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Popular Domestic Destinations

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    goa
    3 Nights, 4 Days
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    Rs.3,999
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    kashmir
    3 Nights, 4 Days
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    Rs.5,900
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    kerala
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    Rs.5,100
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Places to stay in ooty

  • WelcomHeritage Ferrnhills Royale Palace
    WelcomHeritage Ferrnhills Royale Palace
    Ooty
    One night from
    Rs.30,000
  • Blue Hills International
    Blue Hills International
    Ooty
    One night from
    Rs.1,200
  • Kluney Manor - Ooty
    Kluney Manor - Ooty
    Ooty
    One night from
    Rs.2,000
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Popular Flights To ooty

    • MAAChennai
      CJBCoimbatore
    • Spicejet
      SG-501
    • 16:40 18:00
      Non Stop
    • 01h 20m
      Non Stop
    • Rs.3,000
    • TRZTiruchirapally
      CJBCoimbatore
    • Indigo
      6E-7151
    • 22:15 06:45
      1 Stop
    • 08h 30m
      1 Stop
    • Rs.4,322
    • BOMMumbai
      CJBCoimbatore
    • Indigo
      6E-6225
    • 20:20 21:55
      Non Stop
    • 01h 35m
      Non Stop
    • Rs.4,531
    • HYDHyderabad
      CJBCoimbatore
    • Indigo
      6E-188
    • 06:15 15:15
      1 Stop
    • 09h 00m
      1 Stop
    • Rs.4,773
    • AMDAhmedabad
      CJBCoimbatore
    • Spicejet
      SG-501
    • 13:05 18:00
      Non Stop
    • 04h 55m
      Non Stop
    • Rs.5,015
    • IXEMangalore
      CJBCoimbatore
    • Indigo
      6E-2176
    • 12:10 16:50
      1 Stop
    • 04h 40m
      1 Stop
    • Rs.5,102
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Places To Eat In ooty

One of the best aspects of international tourism is the food from different cuisines that travellers can sample. Russian cuisine is among the most nutritious in the world as the locals in much of the country have to suffer extremely long and harsh winters. If you want to have the local dishes, you can pick Moscow packages as the city is home to numerous restaurants. Here is information of popular Russian dishes and the places in Moscow that serve the best of these.

Soups and Salads

One of the most popular cold Russian soups is Okroshka, made with cucumbers, boiled potatoes, boiled eggs and meats like veal, beef or ham, and rye bread beverage, called kvass. Shchi, a hot cabbage soup, is an integral part of the culture of Moscow and has several proverbs attached to it. Ukha made with fish and root vegetables is flavoured with bay leaves, nutmeg, tarragon, dill, parsley and fennel seeds. Pickled cucumbers are stewed with beef kidneys and pearl barley to make Rassolnik. Solyanka has three variants, but all three use mushrooms or meat as the main protein. The soup, consumed most widely by the people of Moscow and the Russian Federation, is borscht, which is made with beetroots.
Vinegret salad is made with cooked carrots, potatoes and beetroots, sauerkraut, chopped onions and brined pickle. A salad of pickled herring, boiled vegetables, mayonnaise and onions is also popular in the Russian capital. Another fish salad is mimosa salad, which uses canned trout, mackerel or salmon along with eggs, onions, mayonnaise and cheese. Olivier salad is made with carrots, boiled potatoes, dill pickle, eggs, green peas, onions, celeriac, tart apples and a meat like chicken, ham or bologna.

Mains

Fish and meat have been integral parts of Russia’s food as agricultural is not possible everywhere in the country. Coulibiac is salmon, buckwheat, mushrooms, hard-boiled eggs, dill and onions, stuffed in puff pastry or brioche shell.
Meat is primarily cooked in three ways: a large boiled chunk braised in a broth or porridge, baked livers and kidneys served with porridge, or large or whole fowl birds baked in a traditional oven. The renowned meat dumplings, Pelmeni, contain a stuffing of minced meat. One of the most famous Russian meat preparations, stroganoff has sautéed beef in a sour cream sauce. A French-inspired delight, chicken Kiev is pounded chicken fillets with a filling of butter and coating of eggs and breadcrumbs; these dumplings can be fried or baked. Orloff is a pie with a filing of braised veal loin, onions and mushrooms, and topping of béchamel and cheese. Pounded chicken or veal is coated with breadcrumbs to make Pozharsky cutlets.
A hearty porridge is made in Moscow with buckwheat and eaten for instant nourishment. Another healthy buckwheat dish is pancake, called blini, served with butter or sour cream. Knish is dumplings, in which the filing is of mashed potatoes onions and sauerkraut. A fresh cheese, called tvorog, is mixed with butter, heavy cream, almonds, vanilla, radish, fruits and spices, and then formed into pyramids to make paksha, a dish eaten during the Russian Easter. Vatrushka is a pie, wherein a pastry or pirog shell is stuffed with tvorog.

Other Russian Dishes

One of the most prized and expensive food items on earth, caviar is a Russian culinary icon. The eggs of a particular fish species, caviar is generally eaten raw as an accompaniment with a variety of dishes. Close to the hearts of the people of Moscow, the Kulich bread is mainly eaten during Easter. An alcoholic beverage with Russian origin which is now consumed throughout the world is vodka, and you can get the best of these in Moscow. Medovukha, a honey-based liquor, is the Russian variant of mead. Honey is also used to make a hot beverage, known as sbiten, which gives respite in the cold weather of Moscow. Syrnikis are pancakes of tvorog that are served with sour cream, apple sauce, honey or jam.

Best Dining Venues in Moscow

During your Moscow holidays, you can have a nice meal at a multitude of restaurants and cafes across the city. Some of the most popular dining venues here are Godunov, Genazvale, Mari Vanna, Mu-Mu, Chaikhona N1, Coffeemania Cafe, Delicatessen Cafe, Restaurant, Ragout and Cafe Pushkin.
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