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Coorg, famous for its Homestays and Resorts, can be visited over a weekend. Sightseeing such as Raja?s Seat and Madikeri Fort have very little to offer. Raja?s Seat is super crowded and the serenity of the place is lost in the midst of noise. Madikeri Fort is also uninteresting, too small and too uneventful. Coorg has local shops that offer spice wine and homemade chocolates that I would recommend to everyone. Even Coorg cuisine is extremely tasty and worth a try for spice lovers, especially. When visiting Coorg, do make it a point to visit Vivanta by Taj Resort because it offers a beatific view of the landscapes and its pleasant to walk in around the property. If not for a homestay, do try the restaurant Ferntree at the Resort which is amazingly located and does not put a hole in your pocket.

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Coorg is a lovely hill station. Do check out my itinerary, top pics and videos on "link hidden". We really enjoyed the unexplored places like Mallalli falls and Surlabi falls.

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Coorg is a great place for a weekend trip for people living in Bangalore. Lots of option to stay, see and eat.

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Coorg is a great weekend getaway from Bangalore

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Superb place I enjoyed a lot I gone on July month it is a monsoon season I really felt very happy climate was very chill.

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We visited coorg in 2016 August.Before going there thought of Rains and Mud But it's a Beautiful Place which we must visit. Places to Visit 1.Talacauvery 2.Dubare elephant zone 3.Raja Seat Resorts are excellent to spend time with Family. Food we need to Adjust. Awesome experience at TalaCauvery.

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Its was in my bucket list to visit coorg...and when i visited in a group of 17 ppl. It left us wondering, why its called the Scotland of india!!ots such a sad destination.... there is nothing to see. Nd if u talk abt natural beauty we couldn't find that aswell. We ve visited other hill stn aswell, but coorg falls so short of our expectations. infa t we went to Wayand aswrll, and what a beautiful place that is.serene,calm nd green... For me coorg is over over rated destination and i wonder y....

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I visited Coorg in 2016. The place looks like a fairyland. Calm and serene verdant hills. If you are accompanied with children, must try a ride in children's train at the Raja's seat.

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Pros: 1. Jungle Mount Adventures in Kakkabe near Virajpet 2. Bgrows Home stay - amazing food 3. Coffee plantation walk 4. Adventure activities Cons: 1. Dubbare Elephant camp - the way those poor animals are treated is just appalling 2. Prepare to be disappointed by Abbi falls 3. Coorg Restaurants - Bad bad bad

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For me, Coorg provided the perfect weekend away from my fast-paced city life with its several historical and cultural tourist attractions. Raja?s Seat, a favourite of the Kings of Kodagu, is a sunset point where you can view all of the surrounding green hills. Madikeri Fort, another must-see landmark, was built by Muddu Raja, and houses within it a church, a temple, a prison, a library and a museum. The Abbey Falls, a personal favourite, is where the water of the Kaveri river falls from a soaring height of 70 feet. I highly recommend carrying your walking shoes ? walking will give you the best view of the town?s beauty!

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Good thing to go there in summer time, because you feel cool ...

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- If you are visiting Coorg in wet weather seasons, beware of leeches especially while walking through wet grass and in bathrooms/toilets.
- Watch out for traffic (locals warn about overloaded lorries"") along the main highways leading into Madikeri and the winding roads of the region. Speedbreakers on some roads tend to be unmarked. Wild animals are reported on some roads at night, and domesticated herds by day too.
- Along with Kannada, English and Hindi are also spoken in Coorg, so language should not be a problem here.

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Eye catching Buddha Statue in Namdroling Monastery!

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beautiful architecture of the temple

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What is the best way to reach Coorg from Trivandrum ??

The best route from Trivandrum to Coorg would be via Thiruvalla, Kottayam, Thrissur, Malappuram, Kozhikode and Thalassery.

2 months ago by Holidify


We are 35 students, planning to visit Coorg and Mysore. Please help me to plan out the trip!

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2 months ago by Holidify


what's the current climatic conditions in COORG?? after these floods any major effect for visitors who plans now?? Please update me we are planning this weekend, whether it's correct time time to come there or not. Thanks in advance.

Hi, Coorg was quite badly affected by the recent floods, and was one of the worst affected districts in Karnataka. There were a lot of landslides across the district, and infact a number of coffee plantations were totally destroyed. A number of roads leading up to Coorg had landslides, and buses to Coorg were cancelled or diverted. Given that, I highly recommend that you plan some alternate option to visit Coorg. If you have a prior booking with a resort/hotel, maybe you can talk to the hotel and check with them, but I still suggest you plan your on a later date if possible.

2 months ago by Kovid Kapoor


Please suggest pure veg resort b'coz we are jain planning with family

Green Dreams is the best pure veg resort in Coorg. You can plan your stay there.

10 months ago by Holidify


What is the best way to get to Coorg from New Delhi?

You can come to bangalore by any transport.. From there you have to catch a bus to madikeri which takes around 7hrs travel time. You can visit mysore on the way or while coming back.. Which is 3 hr from bangalore..

2 months ago by Shashank Javalagi


How to go there from Goa

That's a long distance. Best is to go to Mysore or bangalore first. From Bangalore you can reach coorg in 5hrs via Mysore. Halt for Thatte idli in bidadi enroute to Mysore.

10 months ago by Naman Sarawagi


What are best 3 star resorts to stay with small kids in Coorg?

The best five 3-star resorts in Coorg are- 1. Ambatty Green Resorts 2. Heritage Resort Coorg 3. Hotel Madikari Heritage 4. La Flora Prakruth Resort 5. Hotel Hill View

7 months ago by Holidify


Whether tent stay is possible? And where?

There are many tent stay options for tourists in Coorg made available by many estates and resorts. Major tent stay providers are concentrated around Madikeri and finding such experiences away from cities like Madikeri, Kushalnagara, Virajpet, etc. are difficult.

2 months ago by Holidify


I want to arrange school trip to madikeri from Bangalore for two days. Please suggest me for staying and food facilities for about 100 students within reasonable rates at madikeri

There are budget hotels in Madikeri where you can lodge your students. Hilltown Hotel is one good option. You can talk to the hotel owners and arrive at a reasonable deal since it is a group booking.

10 months ago by Gyanesh Shroff