Off the stairs of the Western Ghats in Karnataka, you will find Coorg or what some might call, the Scotland of India. The attraction of this radio place lies in the beautiful fusion of history, adventure, joy, and excellent food. Whether you seek an idyllic backdrop for your honeymoon, or you wish to undertake thrilling adventure activities with like-minded enthusiasts, Coorg has a lot to offer to everyone.
Coorg is enchanting throughout the year due to its downright natural beauty. Even if you can visit at any time, Coorg will never really disappoint you, but the best time to visit surely is from October to March. With the monsoons gone and the winters setting in, the days are pleasant and the nights pleasantly fresh.
Coorg is a go-to-place for those who want to experience an adrenaline rush. Coorg has many lush trekking routes amid forests and hills, and it is better to go from October to February. Some of the known trails are located in the hills of Brahmagiri, where you can walk to the Iruppa Falls.
Honnamana Kere in Coorg is a peaceful lake surrounded by greenery all over that fades away the stress of life. This place is popular amongst tourists and honeymoon couples looking to enjoy just the serene atmosphere and each other’s company.
Barapole River is the most prominent river rafting spot. It has wide stretches to speed one’s raft for an immense river rafting experience for adventure lovers.
Besides all the adventure, Coorg has many tourist places and attractions to offer to its visitors.
In the centre of the town is the Madikeri Fort, built in the 19th century and has a small museum.
Raja’s seat is the place that was once visited by many kings to spend their evenings and is famous for its magnificent sunset. The beauty of this place is experienced royally. A great place to witness cascading water is the Abbi falls where you will be welcomed by the greenery and the sound of the waterfall. In terms of local attractions, you can’t miss the coffee and spice plantations located in the city.
A few last-minute Coorg Travel Tips
● A camera is a must and an umbrella can be useful if you don’t enjoy getting wet.
● If you are travelling from Bangalore, you can visit Ranganatittu Bird Sanctuary also as it is on the way.
● It is better to book rooms in Coorg well in advance as the rates spike near long weekends and in the season.
● The monsoon in Coorg is almost perennial. So have rain-friendly gear like water-proof footwear.
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