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Coorg

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, plus 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 Tomb, a burial place of Kodava kings, and cascading Abbi Falls

Places to visit in – Coorg

1Talacauvery

Talacauvery is the birth place of river cauvery. Very nice place to visit. Best to visit in the morning time to beat the sun. This is a huge temple complex. It has a vast entrance and a fleet of stairs which leads to the main temple. You can offer prayers and collect ‘Cauveryjal’ and ‘chandan’ from the monk sitting right outside the main temple.

2Namdroling Monastery

This is the largest budhist monastery in South India but not many people are aware about this. I visited this place in Feb 2018 and the experience was wonderful. You can see budhist monks chanting inside the prayer halls. There are 3 budha statues inside the big hall where you can sit and enjoy the calmness. You can take photos as well. Just outside this place you can buy budha statues, pictures, books, hangings, wind chimes and also the Tibetan flags

3Trek Tadiyandamol Highest peak in Coorg.

Tadiyandamol is the Highest peak in Coorg. This is a perfect place for Tourist you love to trek and adventure.
1. Find a homestay/ hotel close by to avoid wasting time in the morning.
2. Have your own vehicle as the base camp is around 7kms inside from the main road.
3. Wear a good pair of shoes and carry sticks to support. It’s a total of 11.2kms both ways and you will scale 5000+ ft height.
4. Keep yourself hydrated. Carry water with you. Also, carry some food.

4IRPPU Falls

Refreshing, Rejuvenating, Relaxing is the best words to define this spot. One can spend few hours happily enjoying the greenery, breeze and chirping sound of birds. Natural Lovers will definitely like this place more. You have park your vehicle, and walk for an half an hour to reach the falls. After that you really enjoy this place a lot.

5Dubare Elephant Camp

This is a river island where they are running an elephant camp. The visiting time is from 10-12 in the morning and 4 till 5.30 in the evening. In the meantime, You can go river rafting on the river for 150 rupees per head. There are boat services to take you to the island at 30 RS per head (up nd down).The camp has a number of elephants including baby ones. They care takers will allow tourists to fed the elephants too at 20 rupees per kit. You can see elephants bathing in the river as well. Nice experience overall.

6Abbye Falls

Abbye Falls is in Kodagu, in the Western Ghats in Karnataka. It is located 8 km from the Madikeri. The falls was earlier called Jessi falls, named after a British officer’s spouse. Years later, the waterfalls was discovered by Mr. Neravanda B.Nanaiah who bought the place from the government and converted it into a coffee and spices plantation that surrounds the waterfall today.

7Nisargadhama Forest

Nisargadhama is a forest resort in Coorg just 3kms from Kushalnagar towards Madikeri off the state highway. Nisargadhama is a 25 acre island formed by river Kaveri with bamboos, teak, sandalwood trees streams and wild life covering it.
At Nisargadhama one can find deer, elephants, peacocks and some other usual wild animals if lucky. One can take a ride on the elephant around the resort for an unforgettable ride of the life time