3 Nights / 4 Days
Ex Bangalore: 5 Hrs / 30 Min (275 Kms)
Kodagu, also known as Coorg, is a rural district in the southwest Indian state of Karnataka. In the area’s north, Madikeri Fort has 2 life-size elephant statues at its entrance and a Gothic-style church with a museum on its grounds. Nearby, the Hindu Omkareshwara Temple dates back to the 19th century.
Farther north are the domed Raja’s Tombs, a burial place of Kodava kings, and cascading Abbey Falls.
Coorg, officially called Kodagu, is the most sought after and popular hill station of Karnataka. Lying serenely amidst high mountains, Coorg’s landscape stays misty throughout the year. The aboriginals of the place are Kodavas. Apart from Kannada, the other two main languages of this hill station are Kodagu and Kodava.
The best time to visit Kodagu is between October to May and the peak season for this hill station is within February to May. Kodagu is the largest producer of Coffee in India. Also, it is one of the places with highest rainfall across the nation. Undulating hills covered in lush green forests and a landscape dotted with coffee plantations, tea gardens and orange groves, this hill station has breathtakingly stunning scenic beauty.
Nature walks, coffee plantation tours, spa treatments at the resort, visit to Talakaveri, Abbey Falls, Raja’s Seat – park with beautiful views and musical fountains, Barapole river rafting and bathe elephants at Dubare Elephant Camp.
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