Top 10 Must-Visit Attractions in Coorg

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Top 10 Must-Visit Attractions in Coorg

Kodagu is also known as Coorg, which is the best example of nature’s beauty and adventure spot for tourists. Famed for its sensational weather, lucidity and history, Coorg is the right place for modern phenomena. Coorg is a perfect destination for tourists who love nature and adventurous activities.

If you’re planning a trip to Coorg, here are the top 10 must-visit attractions you shouldn’t miss:

1. Nagarhole National Park

For nature and wildlife enthusiasts, Nagarhole National Park is the top destination. The park boasts a rich variety of flora and wildlife, including elephants, tigers, and bears. Visitors can enjoy an exciting safari experience and have the opportunity to connect with the natural world and its wildlife.

2. Iruppu Falls

The Iruppu Falls at the Brahmagiri Hills also offers a beautiful waterfall that tourists can visit anytime around the the year. Its bird’s eye view and lack of disturbances from human intruders make it perfect for relaxation, picnicking, and taking nature walks.

3. Namdroling Monastery (Golden Temple).

Namdroling Monastery, more popular by the name of Golden Temple, is a wonderful monastery of the Tibetan Buddhist sect. Its rich architecture, and having no violence make this place a spiritual retreat and preserve a part of Tibetan culture.

4. Dubare Elephant Camp

At Dubare Elephant Camp you can participate in programs directly with elephants in their natural environment. This is as an estimate of their lifestyle, take part in feeding exercises and there is always adventure when taking a cruise along the river.

5. Raja’s  seat

Flowering fountains and the gardens are the royal residence which adds the beauty that offers panoramic views of the valley and mounts. Traditionally it was used as a viewpoint to see the sun setting, and that is why the kings of Coorg used to frequent this place. It remains today as an area used for tourism to visit the area.

6. Cauvery Nisargadhama

Cauvery Nisargadhama is an island along the river Cauvery and plays a very important role in the geographical structure of the region. It has the fringing of bamboo, sandalwood, and teak trees and thus has become a suitable area for luxuriating in boat rides, elephant riding, and spending a joyous picnic.

7. Abbey Falls

It is a fine waterfall set amidst the assistance of coffee gardens and spice plants. For outdoorsmen interested in fun and scenic adventures, particularly during the course of the monsoon period, it would be very refreshing to get an excellent view of the water that flows down the rocks.

8. Coffee Plantations in Coorg

The picturesque experience of visiting a coffee plantation in Coorg offers the burgeoning greenery and the rich flavor of coffee. It is doable to have organized enlightenment excursions with the espresso-making process, in addition to sparkling cups of joe. These have adopted environmentally friendly farming practices, offering greens among areas of natural vegetation.

9. Mandalpatti Viewpoint

One famous viewpoint on the Mandapatti hills captures the fiery red sun setting behind the series of mountains in the Western Ghats. To get to this place, coming across steep paths and have fun through lush green vegetation and nice slopes it takes quite a trip.

10. Brahmagiri Hills

Coorg’s Brahmagiri Hills are famous for their beautiful surroundings and breathtaking scenery. With the picturesque Iruppu Falls nearby, it’s a fantastic location for hiking and outdoor excursions. For those looking for adventure and a chance to take in the peace and quiet of nature, this serene location is ideal.

To visit these touristic hotspots, you may choose to stay at The Yellow Bamboo Resort & Spa, as it is centrally located and is accessible to both south and north coorg.

Experience the breathtaking scenery of Coorg by staying at The Yellow Bamboo Resort. Book your room now and enjoy an unforgettable getaway with your loved ones