Coorg is a beautiful mountain resort in Karnataka and is an excellent choice for a holiday. You can check some of the following places on vacation here:
The Kaveri River Abbey Falls is an admirable sight, especially after the monsoon. Surrounded by coffee and spice plantations and miles of green space, Abbey Falls offers the nature lover in you.
Perfect for a hike, the Brahmagiri Hills lures with their lush landscapes and the intoxicating air of the mountain. Traveling through sparkling waters and rich flora. If you’re lucky, you’ll discover the Langur Nilgiri, the giant flying squirrel and the spotted deer.
Dubare Elephant Camp:
Visit elephants in their natural habitat at Dubare Elephant Camp. They are treated by observing how they are fed, trained and bathed. There are also many other wild animals such as peacocks, wild dogs, crocodiles and sloths.
The Iruppu Falls are formed by the Lakshmana Thirtha River and fall from a height of 60 feet. When the water flows, the jet creates a magical atmosphere. Hiking through the beautiful green hills to the waterfalls adds to the magical experience.
A village in the middle of Madikeri and Siddapur, Chettalli is a good place for cultural tourism. Enjoy the native culture of Coorg in this peaceful retreat.
Nagarhole National Park:
A visit to Nagarhole National Park brings you closer to the wildlife already present in Coorg’s natural environment. With more than 270 species of birds and other animals, the next generation of exotic creatures is present.
Tibetan settlement, Bylakuppe:
Bylakuppe has the Namdroling monastery, which is the second largest Tibetan settlement in India. Particularly festive during the Losar Tibetan New Year Festival, tourists can take a look at the rich Tibetan culture and architecture of the monastery.
The Raja’s Seat, the best of Coorg’s many views, offers breathtaking views of the resort’s hills and valley. There is a musical fountain and an exquisite garden to the point that tourists will appreciate.