12 Best Places for Camping in Coorg Amidst Nature

Located amidst imposing mountains in Karnataka with a perpetually misty landscape, Coorg is the place to be for all nature lovers. It is located at a distance of 270 km from Bangalore and at 120 km from Mysore which makes the place great for weekend getaways. The following are a few sites for jungle camping In Coorg for all adventure-seekers.

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FAQs on Camping In Coorg

How much does it cost to stay at Camping In Coorg?

Usually, Camping In Coorg cost in the price range of INR 1000 - INR 2200 per night.

What are the best Camping In Coorg?

Some of the best Camping In Coorg are Jungle Mount Adventure Camp, Kakkabbe, Wood Shack, Napoklu, and Evergreen County, Virajpet.

How much is the price for Camping In Coorg for this weekend?

The average price per night for Camping In Coorg for this weekend is INR 1450.

What are the best Camping In Coorg with a pool?

Best Camping In Coorg with a pool are Jungle Mount Adventure Camp, Kakkabbe, Wood Shack, Napoklu, Evergreen County, Virajpet, and Wild Tent, Suntikoppa.

Suggest some Camping In Coorg with good wifi?

Best Camping In Coorg with wifi availability are Jungle Mount Adventure Camp, Kakkabbe, Wood Shack, Napoklu, Evergreen County, Virajpet, and Wild Tent, Suntikoppa.

Which are the best Camping In Coorg that are pet-friendly?

With no restrictions, these pet-friendly Camping In Coorg are perfect for you and your pet: Jungle Mount Adventure Camp, Kakkabbe, Wood Shack, Napoklu, Evergreen County, Virajpet, and Wild Tent, Suntikoppa.

Best time for a staycation in Coorg?

September to June is the best time to visit Coorg. However, if you want to go for trekking, October to March is the best time to visit Coorg. During the monsoon months of late July and August, it is best to avoid visiting due to heavy rainfall and landslides.
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