Hiking in Coorg is a mind-blowing experience where there are many summits to conquer and many jungles to explore. The lush green hills & the calm climate make Coorg resort outing a wonderful experience. This district is in the Western Ghats and receives higher than average rainfall.
One of the most popular hill stations in the country, Coorg is not all about nature but also of equally popular religious sites as well.
Talacauvery, the birth place of the sacred river Cauvery, is located on the slopes of Brahmagiri Hill. Besides being a pilgrimage center, Talacauvery is known for its natural beauty.
Abbey Waterfalls is one of the worth visiting sightseeing places in Coorg. Its scenic charm, coupled with aromatic plantations of coffee and spices and peaceful surroundings deserve to be not just visited but remembered by every traveller.
Located on the banks of River Cauvery in Coorg, Dubare Elephant Camp is one of the most popular tourist spots in Coorg. It attracts hordes of tourists from everywhere...
The monastery's full name is Thegchog Namdrol Shedrub Dargyeling, called "Namdrolling or Namdroling" for short. Its initial structure was a temple constructed from bamboo, covering an area of approximately 80 square feet.
Mallalli Falls are located at the foot of Pushpagiri Hill Ranges in Bettadahalli Gram Panchayat in Somwarpet Taluk of Coorg district...
On the borders of Wayanad district in Kerala, Irupu Falls is one of the popular sightseeing places in Coorg, Karnataka. Iruppu Falls lies in Brahmagiri Hill range between Srimangala and Kutta..
The Nagarhole National Park & Tiger Reserve is a must see place for all those who are interested in wild life and forests.