The distance between Bangalore and Ooty (by road) is 280 km. It will take 6 hours to drive up to Ooty. You'll pass through the city of Mysore where you can stop for some sight seeing if you're not in a hurry to get to Ooty. Closer to Ooty, keep an eye out for gorgeous hills and wildlife while passing through Masinagudi, Bandipur National Park and Madumalai National Park. At the right time of the day, you'll even get to see elephants in their natural habitat.
You may halt at your convenience anytime, anywhere and enjoy your short break. With Savaari’s user-friendly website, you can book taxi online in a few simple steps and avail hassle free car rental service.
Hiring a cab ensures that Bangalore to Ooty Distance will be covered in optimal time. With Savaari's chauffeur driven cars, you don’t have to bother about refueling, dangerous terrain or some pesky truck trying to overtake you from the wrong side. Push your seats back, roll down the window and enjoy the beautiful sceneries while the Bangalore to Ooty distance is being covered by car.
Bandipur: The origin of Bandipur National Park can be traced back to 1974. The park occupies about 875 sq. km amidst the Western Ghats. Once, a private hunting ground for the Maharaja of Mysore, today Bandipur is India’s first biosphere reserve that is home to tigers, deers, Asiatic wild elephant, and several other animals.
Nagarhole: Nagarhole is renowned for its national park situated in Karnataka closer to the famous city of Mysore. The park has abundant forest cover, hills, valleys, small streams, waterfalls, and the ‘snake river’ from which the town has derived its name. The picturesque location is also blessed with splendid waterfalls and a number of temples.
Mudumalai: Mudumalai is renowned for its national Park which is also a tiger reserve located along the Nilgiri Mountains or the Blue Mountain. The park is home to several endangered species such as White-rumped vulture, Indian elephant, Bengal tiger, Indian leopard etc. Mudumalai along with Bandipur and Nagarhole is likely to be named World heritage site by UNESCO shortly.
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