Holiday Trip in Masinagudi

Enjoy Picturesque Beauty with Masinagudi Holiday Packages

The charismatic town of Masinagudi is located at the foothills of Nilgiris. It is located in close proximity to Ooty and turns into an exotic natural habitat for wildlife animals. The name Masinagudi has been kept after a goddess named Masaniamma. In lush green environs of Masinagudi, you can enjoy a perfect vacation away from the heat of city amidst serenity of nature. For people seeking adventures, a number of trekking and hiking options are available. The place features a number of lovely resorts that makes your vacations worthwhile. It is a perfect getaway to ease your agitated nerves from the flustering life of big cities. Book Masinagudi holiday packages and go for lifetime experiences as the natural beauty of the place is really appealing.
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Tourist Attractions in & around Masinagudi

Mudumalai National Park:
Mudmalai National Park is one of the key tourist attractions of Mansagudi, which is located 15 km away from here and now has been declared a tiger reserve. The place gives the chance to encounter large herds of Asian elephants, bison, and spotted deer. The sanctuary is home to tigers, leopards and several other rare wild animals. It also features more than 266 species of birds, including the endangered black and orange flycatcher. Offering various exclusive flora and fauna, Mudumalai is certainly a huge attraction around Masinagudi.
Bandipur National Park:
Bandipur National Park is one of the most popular protected areas of India situated at a distance of 25 km. It is also an important Project Tiger Reserve. A safe shelter for a wide range of wildlife animals, the park features 70 tigers along with a large number of Asiatic elephants, 300 bird species, several panthers, Jackals, spotted deer, sloth bears, grey langurs and snakes. It is a heaven for animal lovers and an thrilling option for the birdwatchers.
Himavad Gopalaswamy Betta:
This is a famous hilltop in the region and one of the most striking features of Masinagudi. On the top of the hill, there is a temple dedicated to Lord Krishna is located. A beautiful mist covers the area throughout the year. In fact, you have great chance to encounter various animals from this hill top as the adjoining area extends to the Bandipur National Park.

Best Time to Visit Masinagudi

Due to experiencing a pleasant and relaxing weather, tourists can visit Masinagudi throughout the year. The summer starts in March and lasts till June with a maximum temperature of 30° C. Winters in Masinagudi start from November and continue up to February. The average temperature in winters is around 20° C. The monsoon season in the area and around is very pleasant, with the average temperature being 24° C. The region experiences average rainfall in the monsoons.

How to Reach Masinagudi

Masinagudi is an ideal destination for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. Being a border town of Tamil Nadu, Masinagudi is easily reachable from various cities and towns. Before booking Masinagudi holiday packages, read below mentioned means of travel to reach Masinagudi.
By Air
The nearest airport to Masinagudi is Coimbatore Airport, which is located at a distance of 140 kms. Coimbatore Airport is well connected with various important cities like Mumbai, Chennai and Kozhikode (Calicut). On arrival at the airport, take taxi or bus to reach Masinagudi.
By Train
The nearest railway station to Masinagudi is the Mysore railway station, which is located 90 km away. Several passenger and express trains connect Mysore with destinations like Bangalore, Chennai and others. Shatabdi Express also connects Mysore to Chennai. From here, other transport can be taken.
By Road
From Bangalore, you can take the Tamil Nadu Travel Corporation run buses to reach Masinagudi. Alternately, you can hire private taxis. An alternate route can be taken from Bangalore starting from SH-17 and then it switches to NH-212 from Mysore via Najangud and then to NH-67 to Bandipur connecting to Masinagudi.
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