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Kodagu or Coorg is called as the Scotland of India is a marvellous hill station located in the southern part of Karnataka. The misty hills, lush green valleys, evergreen forests, breathtaking waterfalls will definitely lure one’s eyes. Being a hill station, Coorg is rich in flora. There is so much to see and admire here. For long this place has been known as the ultimate coffee, pepper and cardamom destination. There are many places to visit in Coorg.
Irpu falls ia a narrow water falls is extremely beautiful to see. The Abbi or Abbey falls is one of the most scenic waterfalls in this part of the world. This cascade is located amongst lush coffee plantations. Mallalli Falls Located at the base of Pushpagiri Hill Ranges, Mallalli Falls are an exuberant place. This is the location where the Kumaradhara River takes a steep plunge.
Nagarhole National Park is also a place to see wild elephants. Apart from tigers and elephants, this national park is home to wild dogs, gaur and deer. Pushpagiri wildlife sanctuary is located in the Northern part of Coorg district. Situated near Mandalpatty. Somer other are Nisargadhama Forest, Brahmagiri wildlife sanctuary.etc..
Kodagu has a few temples that are worth visiting. The Bagamandala Temple at the confluence of the Cauvery-Sujyothi Rivers. The temples of Talacauvery are located in Bhagamandala. The Omkareshwara Temple - dedicated to Shiva. The Golden Temple is located at Bylekuppe. Padi Igguthappa is a famous temple in Kakkabe that was built in 1810 by Linga Rajendra.
Dubare Elephant Camp is a popular tourist attraction in Coorg. The highlight of this camp is that plenty of elephants are bred here. Dubare is also a bird lover’s paradise. You can see exotic birds in this region. Even the sight of some common birds can delight you.
Raja's Seat is a seasonal garden of flowers and artificial fountains, which is one of the major tourist attractions in Coorg District. Madikeri Fort was built in the last quarter of the 17th century by Muddu Raja. Originally made of mud, this fort was rebuilt in granite by Tippu Sultan, Cauvery Nisargadhama is an island created by a cluster of islets formed by Cauvery River.
"Been here couple of times with different set of people.. Such beautiful place.. Warm people.. great hospitality!! The water stream, the estates, out door activities, early morning treks are just awesome.. Being myself big foodie, just loved the food. the chilli pork, the authentic coorg food is mind blowing.."Rekhareddy21Bengaluru -
“excellent place for relaxing”
"had been with my family and relatives, food and ambience is very good. little upgrade in the rooms would have made the stay even better. i stayed for 2 days outdoor activities are superb. trekking in morning was also very nice."Sagarbn -
“Perfect Weekend Getaway”
"Visited this place and single word read and heard about it was true, this is located in the heart of the nature with coffee plantations covering 3/4th of the property and forest covering the rest. Great food the camp fire brings in icing on the cake. Mornings are fun packed with nature walk and some mind blowing zip line activities..."KiranHonakeri Bengaluru -
"A wonderful experience away from the concrete jungle and through the real jungle,nagarahole forest.we had a wonderful time.within 60acres of coffee plantation u will be refreshed in the nature.MR and MRS sujuponappa treated us with atmost hospitality.very good place to visit during rainy season which we missed.very nice place to visit with ur family..s nature at its best....."kirthi gowda -
"70 odd acres of coffee plantation, a fresh water stream flows right through the property, landscaped lawns and flowering plants surrounds the home stay, Camp fire is good and necessary. Good place for a relaxing weekend.. food is decent!, akki roti, idly are good, pandi curry is average, chicken curry is not impressive, this happened all three times...manas reddy -
"This is a beautiful resort. Excellent property, good rooms and Superb food. And full marks to the local dishes. A travel desk will add to the rating of this place immensly as it's a way out. I suggest they market places like Dubare passionatly and arrange for Mysore sightseeing and hotel bookings. Please market Coorg passionatly. It' a lovely place and this is a Very good resort to stay."Anisha Sonu -
“Heaven in coorg”
"Beautiful natural scenic beauty amidst coffee plantations. Cottages are ok and needs better house keeping. Hosts are good people give you a very warm welcome. Food is awesome. Evening's are spent with good music,camp fire.mulky -
"The location is excellent. covered by hills on its sides, it is a 60acre estate.The place is huge and all cottages are spread across the place. The rooms are huge and more than enough for 2 adults and 2 kids to stay as it has one king size and 1 queen size cot in each room. Room was clean and basic."sarohari Chennai -
“Scotland of Karnataka / India”
"Kadamakolli is one of the best locations in Coorg .. with a stream flowing right into the estate from Brahmagiri hills of Sahyadri range. About Cool home / tent stay, mouth watering healthy food, best hospitality, cool weather and people..."IrineR Bengaluru -
“Mini-heaven in Coorg!!”
"This Resort in Coorg, amidst lush green coffee plantations and gurgling streams, is heavenly and a super location for plain chilling out and distressing. The host Suja and his very amiable family members indeed ensure that this is much more than a ‘home’ stay. "Scorpio New Delhi -