Coorg  The Scotland of India.

Coorg The Scotland of India.

 Love Coffee? definitely in the right place. If yes, then make sure you go to this coffee producing hill station. Situated in the midst of forcing mountains in Karnataka with an unendingly cloudy scene, Coorg is the place to be for all nature sweethearts. This well-known espresso delivering slope station isn’t mainstream for its delightful green slopes and the streams slicing directly through them. It likewise remains a prominent goal in view of its way of life and individuals. The Kodavas, a nearby tribe spends significant time in hand to hand fighting, are particularly striking for their sharp friendliness.

Officially known as Kodagu, Coorg is a precious hill station in Karnataka. Radiant greenery will star you at a blinking place. Madikeri is the intermediate point of the district from where the transport begins. In order to make your travel even more solid, they built houses for tourists in cities like Virajpet, Kushalnagar, Gonikoppel, Poly-beta, and Somawarepet.

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Facts

Coorg is set in the lovely Western Ghats at an altitude of 1425 meters, which explains its lush green color and splendid excellence as well as the year itself. Otherwise called Kodagu, there is a land area in Coorg, four times bigger than Hong Kong and seven times larger than Singapore. In any case, most part of this area is safe for the espresso shrubbery trees. However, it has its own transport station, the nearest air terminal and the railroad station are at Mangalore. It is desirable to wear cotton cloth in the summer and woolen winters in the winter give light because it is never more here. The most attractive tourist destination in Coorg is Madkari, Omkareshwar Temple, Kaveri Nisargarhada, Bhaggamandal, and Telekavari Wildlife Sanctuary.

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Places to visit in Coorg

Raja’s Seat

The King’s seat is based on a raised ground, which oversees the valleys that deceive the West. The early morning is usually blurred and cool, as the sun rises, the mind-mixing perspective of the green green nursery is decorated with fog and beautifully topical beds. At night, the mind is evenly dimmed because the day gradually stops with the setting of the sun in the mountains. There is a toy train accessible for your little ones to ride on wells which been converted into melodic wells. Today, this place is inspected by the Archaeological Survey of India and it is considered to be of old importance in the nation.

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Surrounded by paddy fields, this place a spectacular view of the vast hills, green valleys. It is interesting to see the road of Mangalore like a curved ribbon lying in the valley. The King’s seat, which signifies “King’s seat”, a brick and mortar structure with four pillars, one place from where the King of Coorg saw a spectacular sunset. The Karnataka Government developed a garden around the King’s seat. This place attracts tourists and morning walkers very much.
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Tadiandamol Peak

It is the most astounding mountaintop in Coorg, at a rise of 1748m. Being the second most amazing place in all of Karnataka, the Tadianamol Trek is also a good option for nature lovers. Most tourists interested in trekking are attracted to this place because the journey is difficult, but the view from above is unique. Being the second highest peak in all of Karnataka, the Tedyyanamol Trek is also a great option for nature lovers who wish to natural surroundings and are in the trekking scene.

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Abby Falls

Abby Falls, also known as Abby Falls, located about 10 kilometers from Madikeri City and one of the most popular tourist attractions around and around Coorg. Provides a spectacular view of the waterfall of water coming down from the rock at a height of 70 feet. Nestled within lush greenery, which typical for the Western Ghats plaintiffs, the waterfalls attract hundreds and thousands of people throughout the year – especially nature lovers and photographers. The waterfall located between private coffee gardens, in which stars black pepper cloves with coffee shrubs and spices estates. There an over-bridge hanging in front of Falls, from which the most scenic view of white fashions can be seen under the ridge, can be captured and remembered. The flow of falls leaves an important amount of water for those who stand on the bridge for some time.

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Talacauvery

The source of the river Cauvery situated on the Brahmagiri hill (near the Brahmagiri range in the south) near Bhagmamandla of Kodagu district of Kodagu, Tadakavari. Located at 1,276 meters. Above sea level, Kodavas created a tank, which now considered to be its root. Believed that the origin of the river comes from a tank or coil in the form of a waterfall, and then falls on some distance to become the underground to emerge again in the form of Kaveri. The tank has been marked by a temple and it considered sacred to take a bath in special occasions.

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How to Reach 

Coorg does not its own railway station, and the nearest Mysore (120 km). The nearest airport at Mangalore (152 km), from which tourists can go to Coorg by bus or taxi.

The closest airport to Coorg Mangalore International Airport, which 165 km from Coorg. From here you can take a cab to reach Coorg.

Coorg well connected by road to the main cities of South India. You can catch deluxe KSRTC buses from Mangalore, Bangalore, and Coorg to Mysore.

The best time to travel to Coorg takes place from October to March when the temperature in summer and winter does not exceed 40 ° C when the temperature does not go below 10 ° C. Any time of the year  not chosen to spend your holidays, this place will make you dormant with the pleasant atmosphere that remains throughout the hill city for a whole year.

Map of Coorg

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