Ooty to Mysore

Ooty is very well linked by roadways with all major cities located around it. This beautiful hill station is located at a distance of approximately 127 km from Mysore. The hill station is also known as Udhagamandalam. It is well-linked to Mysore by roadways and railways. The best way to reach Ooty from Mysore is by car as it just takes approximately 3 hours to reach. The major places which are covered during the journey to Ooty are Mysore - 25km -> Nanjangudu - 37km -> Gundlupet - 56km -> Kadasholai - 11km -> Ooty. On the way to Mysore, Jungle Bungalows, PHC Kallatty Hospital and many other small restaurants are situated. Besides hotels and restaurants, ATMs and petrol pumps can also be found during the journey.

Transport options from Ooty to Mysore

Ooty to Mysore By Car: You can take a cab directly from Ooty to Mysore that almost takes around 3 hours. The total cost of cabs ranges from INR 12 to INR 55 per km which depends upon the particular type of car, you are going to hire. It is an ideal for families, seniors and group travellers.

Ooty to Mysore By Bus: Travellers can also take a bus from Ooty to Mysore that will just take about 4 hours. The Ooty bus stand is situated within in the main city centre. This option is ideal for youngsters, individuals and backpackers.

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Noor ali Molla

Noor ali, Kolkata,
Explorer
11 Reviews | 3 Views

Good travel to enjoy the nature

Apr 30, 2015
Mode of Transport: Taxi

We hire 14 seater traveller A/c tempo journey start at Ooty. The road is very good we come on the Mudumalai Sanctuary and Bandhipur Sanctuary. Road are in the Sanctuary. We look Peacock, Monkey and Elephant. On road we are enjoy Mudumalai Sanctuary. It is beatiful place.

    • Car Type:
    • Hatchback
    • This route has:
    • Petrol pumps
    • Accomodation
    • Food/Dhabas
    • Route Taken:
    • Nagapattinam - Coimbatore - Gundlupet Hwy/National Highway 67 and National Highway 212
Kekin

Kekin, Mumbai,
Explorer
8 Reviews | 2 Views

Too lengthy and hectic

Jul 14, 2014
Mode of Transport: Car

Very long drive or too lengthy drive or a boring journey. Also there was no time to pass while travelling with family. Not comfortable with the local languages itís another big problem with my family and a bit more about managing the next destination. Too tired from this type of trip.

    • Car Type:
    • Hatchback
    • This route has:
    • Petrol pumps
    • Food/Dhabas
    • Clear Signages

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Sudip Chakladar

Sudip,
Explorer
9 Reviews | 6 Views

The car driver was co-operative

Dec 9, 2013
Mode of Transport: Taxi

The car was the best selection we got to have from the travel agent. The agent offered us his best option of a new Maruti Suzuki Ertiga. The car was very spacious for three of us. Also it help us a lot to overcome the hilly nausea effect which is a common problem for not so frequent hilly travellers.

The driver of the car was very co-operative and he was more than a driver to us. He was a fellow companion who helped us choose the best dhabas, restaurant and market options for us.

He would suggest us the best time to see certain spots and also told us to avoid some areas which would not be effective for us considering our jam packed tour routine.

If anyone wants to have a guide cum driver I would suggest to hire him for your trip next time. The driver name is Praveen and he would be available in Mysore. His contact number is 09844137490. Contact him directly for any discount if any from his end. If you book him through travel agent then the agent share would be extra. The car is very spacious to carry sufficient luggage.

    • Car Type:
    • Sedan
    • This route has:
    • Petrol pumps
    • Accomodation
    • Food/Dhabas
    • Clear Signages
Rahul Nayak

Rahul, Mysore,
Scout
7 Reviews | 2 Views

A splendid experience

Jan 14, 2016
Mode of Transport: Car

We started early morning from Mysore. The road till Nanjangud is under construction. After Nanjangud, it was a good journey through Bandipur National Sanctuary(KA) and Mudumalai National Park (TN).

We traveled via Masinagudi. This road is meant for expert drivers. There are about 36-38 hairpin turns on this route. As it is on hill terrain and visibility of the vehicles may be a issue, would advise drivers to use horn. The road is good and beautiful scenery around. We reached Ooty within 4 hours.

While returning we came by much longer route, because we wanted to visit Pykara waterfalls. The road was very bad and was in shambles, at least till we reached Mudumalai National Park. We had to travel very slow. It took us almost 7 hours to reach Mysore.

    • Car Type:
    • Hatchback
    • This route has:
    • Accomodation
    • Food/Dhabas
    • Clear Signages
    • Route Taken:
    • National Highway 212 and National Highway 67
Naveed

Naveed, Bangalore,
Scout
2 Reviews | 127 Views

Roads are in worst conditions

Nov 12, 2014
Mode of Transport: Car

We travelled in our own car and the journey in the car was good. Fully busy traffic was there from Mysore to Nanjangud and the roads are in very worst conditions. After Nanjangud journey took its excitement as weather was excellent.

    • Car Type:
    • Hatchback
    • This route has:
    • Petrol pumps
    • Accomodation
    • Route Taken:
    • National Highway 212 and National Highway 67

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