Once, a hill station at 2,240 m in Tamil Nadu was Udhagamandalam, Ootacamund or Udhagai to the Indians and just ‘Ooty’ to the British. Now everyone knows this beautiful place by the latter name. Although this happened more due to pronunciation convenience, colonial history glimpsed in every corner of the hill city could also be a reason. However, the place has been more than just the fragmentation of past.
The Nilgiri hills, greenery of the forests, rustic hues of hinterland, versatile wildlife, parks and gardens reminiscing the English Era and chocolates make the present day Ooty. Delight floods the honeymooners with the simple acknowledgement of being in this empyreal hill destination.