Coffee Plantations, Trekking Trails, Waterfalls, Wildlife, Rivers
Find time to re-charge your batteries in this awe inspiring country- boasting hills and breathtaking countryside. You’ll find the perfect place to unwind and explore with a wealth of actvities and attractions. Take time to enjoy the unspoilt charm of Coorg.
Nagarahole National Park: The most visited tourist spot in Coorg is known for it’s wild-life population. One can find elephants, tigers, leopards, sambars, spotted deers, and bisons in plenty.
Elephant Camp Dubare : An elephant capturing and training camp of the Forest Department, at the edge of Dubare forest, on the bank of river Kaveri.
Valanoor : It is one of the most beautiful Angling sites in Karnataka on the back waters of river Cauvery. Types of fish include Golden-Masheer, Maral and Mapp.
Madikeri Fort: This 19th century fort, in the centre of Madikeri, houses a temple, a chapel, prison and a small museum. The fort offers a beautiful view of Madikeri.
Bylakuppe: Home to the largest Tibetan settlement in India outside the Himalayan belt. The shiny Namdroling monastery has gigantic gold-plated statues of Tibetan deities and is a very popular tourist destination.
Raja’s Seat: According to legend, the kings of Kodagu spent their evenings here. But what’s unforgettable about Raja’s seat is the spectacular sunset that one can enjoy from here.
Nisargadhama: It is an island in the middle of the river connected by a rope bridge. It is a popular tourist stop visited by hundreds of tourists throughout the year.
Iruppu Falls: This place is believed to possess the power to cleanse one’s sins and is visited by thousands of devotees from far and near on Shivaratri day.
Abbey Falls: A big attraction for tourists through lovely coffee and cardamom plantations.
Tala-Kaveri: The birth place of river Kaveri, is an astoundingly beautiful place which is surrounded by mountains.