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Trip from Hyderabad to Coorg or Ooty by road


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1 hour ago, Sailaja said:

Please provide best route and timings and places to visit

 

Welcome onboard Sailaja.

I would suggest the following plan:

Day 1:

  • Hyderabad > Bangalore > Mysuru 
  • Stay at Mysuru for the night
  • Day 1 is going to be little hectic, Start early in the morning at 5AM


Day 2:

  • Mysuru > Bandhipur > Ooty
  • Visit Mysuru place by 9AM in the morning.
  • Palace opens at 10 AM, crowd will be on lower side. 
  • Drive down to Bandhipur, do a forest safari. 
  • You can easily spot deer and elephants 
  • Once safari is done drive down to Ooty

 

Day 3:

Day 4:

  • Drive to Coonoor and stay at Coonoor
  • Or relax at Ooty

Day 5:

  • Drive from Coonoor to Mysuru
  • Start early in the morning, you may spot wild life en-route.

Day 6:

  • Mysuru to Coorg

Day 7:

  • Coorg local exploraiton

Day 8:

  • Coorg to Hyderabad 


I would suggest you to avoid Coorg during summer.
Temperatures are very high in Coorg

 

Let us know the no. of days, so that we can provide you all the details. 

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3 hours ago, Sailaja said:

Please provide best route and timings and places to visit

 

Don't visit Coorg in summer.  It is like any-other city. On the up side resorts are cheap in summer. 

 

Also for Ooty visit, try to reach Ooty on a weekday. It is have less crowd. 

Summer holidays + weekend is a dangerous combo. Plan accordingly. 

Bangalore to Mysuru road will have high traffic. Keep safe distance and drive cautiously.

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You can refer my Travelogue for Bangalore Mysore Ooty 

 

Please be Noted that Bandipur is closed between 9:00 P:M and 6:00 A:M 

Gudalur route is bit safer than 36 hair pin road and also longer distance 

Expect fair amount of traffic on ghat sections and here G Maps helped us a lot where it was showing distance the on coming vehicle in opposite direction is 

Do try to Visit Himavad Gopala Swamy Betta on the Way to Ooty from Mysore  - Around 10 km from Gundlupete , it falls towards right before Bandipur forest while heading to Ooty from Mysore .

Wishing you a Happy Journey 

 

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We did Hyderabad to Coorg in one single leg around 7 years back, started early around 4 am and reached Coorg by evening before dark. Followed below route:

 

Hyderabad -> Anantour -> Doddaballapura (this bypass BLR and  connects you to the Mysoor Higway) ->  NICE Ring Road -> Mysuru -> Coorg

 

Till Doddaballapura it was a non stop drive after that we took many break for lunch and evening tea. We covered most places in Coorg, Golden Temple (a bit far), Elephant Camp (again a short drive away).

 

Video  Part-I (Towards Coorg): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=56QANWp-9X4

Video Part-II (Towards Coorg): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PlahW739MqM

 

Coorg to Elephant Camp Drive: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WEjRPObAMfo

 

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