After breakfast explore Ooty, the sightseeing tour starts with toy train runs between Ooty and the near-by-town of Coonoor. The ride on the UNESCO World Heritage train provides breathtaking views of forests, sloping hillocks and verdant tea gardens, during the day visiting, Rose Garden: laid on 10 acres
of land, having around 3600 varieties of roses, Connor: Sims Park: is a 12-hectare park in Coonoor, which exhibits over 1000 species of plants, Botanical Garden a wealth of variety of plants that include different types of roses, imported shrubs, rare flowering plants, eucalyptus trees, several old trees and even a fossilized tree trunk that is 20 million years old, followed by boat rides and fishing, Dodabetta: stands at an altitude of 2,623 meters. It is the highest point in the district, making it possibly the best vantage point around Ooty, Dolphin Nose: around 10 km. away from Coonoor is an excellent viewpoint. It encompasses the Catherine Falls ( 250 feet) Lambs nose is another point on the way to Dolphins Nose, Ooty Lake: this lake was artificially formed by Mr. John Sullivan, the founder of Ooty, Ketti Valley View: the second largest valley in the world, Glenmorgan: The beautiful countryside with tea and eucalyptus plantation, Evening Spice and Tea trailing at Ooty. For the art and heritage lover there are places to visit: Fern hill Bungalow, Ooty Club, Government House and Arts College, St. Stephens’s Church.
Later return to the hotel for overnight stay.