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Nilgiris Travel Brochure – Your Handy Handmade Travel Guide

November 26, 2022 | By

Mishika Shrivastava, a student of Grade 2, creates a beautiful handmade travel brochure to give you valuable travel tips to Nilgiris, Wellington, Ooty, Coonoor and Bandipur.

Your guide to make the most of Nilgiris: Wellington, Ooty, Coonoor and Bandipur

travel brochure handmade nilgiris

Don’t miss!

– Home to the Madras Regiment, the War Museum is a must visit.

– Gymkhana Club, a regal beauty.

– 180 Mclver, famous shooting spot for many movies (Kapoor & Sons, Student of the Year)

– With Ooty on the other side, the Rose Garden gives the best sunset view.

– Travel to Bandipur National Park, a perfect getaway for a Safari ride. Famous for wildlife richness, you can spot tiger, elephant, bison, deer, langurs, etc.

– Stop in between to enjoy tea estates, pine trees and eucalyptus trees.

– Shop at 8 Market for home linen.

handmade travel brochure nilgiris

Handmade travel brochure by Mishika

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Mishika Shrivastava is a Grade 2 student of The Shri Ram Universal School, Hyderabad. She loves to read story books, make videos, play table tennis and travel with family.
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