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♦ 'Best Inbound Tour Operator Award' from Ministry of Tourism, Govt. of India

♦ Approved by Ministry of Tourism & Accredited by Kerala Tourism

Best Places to Visit in Coorg

Coorg is round the year hill station in Karnataka state mostly visited by honeymooners and families. It is an ideal place for the travellers from Bangalore to spend week ends or short breaks to unwind by staying close to the nature with a cool climate. The list of places of interest to visit in Coorg is given below which can be covered in 02 days or 03 days while staying or tour in Coorg.

Explore the Top Tourist Attractions in Coorg with Kerala Tour Packages

1) Tadiandamol Peak trekking


Tadiandamol Peak trekking


The highest peak in the Coorg region and the second highest in Karnataka, Tadiyendamol is a trekker’s paradise. Located at an elevation of 1,748 m, the gentle slopes and grassy terrain lure you with their scenic charm and serene ambience. A major attraction here is the Padi Igguthappa Temple. Igguthappa is the main deity of the native Kodavas and here the deity is worshipped as the ‘Giver of Grain.


Trekking from Nalaknad Palace till Tadiandamol peak is a popular adventure activity in Kodagu. The Tadiandamol treeking trail is about 7 kms one way, categorized as 'Easy' and can be completed in one day. Camping is not allowed on Tadiandamol, hence trekkers need to return before sunset. Trekkers will be treated to blissful views of Shola forest range and valleys.

How to reach:

Tadiandamol is 260 kms from Bengaluru and 43 kms from Madikeri. Kannur International Airport is 90 kms away. Public transport is available till Napoklu, a village 20 kms from Tadiandamol. From Napoklu jeeps may be hired to reach Nalaknad Palace, starting point for theTrek

2) Iruppu Falls


Iruppu Falls Coorg


A picturesque waterfall cascading along the Brahmagiri Mountain Range, 75 Km away from Madekeri.

From the entrance one has to trek a mild path about one Kilo meter to reach a walk bridge. After crossing it climb few steps to reach the platform.

There was a half a Km uphill walk along the stream to reach the first fall of Iruppu. The path was little slippery due to recent thunderstorm and covered with thick jungle on both sides. It is a captivating experience for nature lovers as well as photographers, for the scenery offers many picture-perfect frames.

There were changing rooms available near the falls.

It is home to many Oakleaf butterflies and endangered butterfly species named Malabar blue Bandit .

Timings : 0600 – 1800
Entry fee : Rs 50
The Iruppu Falls is open from 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM every day of the week.

3) Dubare Elephant Camp


Dubare Elephant Camp


Karnataka’s history with elephants, goes a long way back and currently the state’s Forest Department has about 150 elephants in various camps. But in the recent past, after logging operations were ceased, there was a situation of freshly unemployed elephants.
The Dubare Camp, where elephants were trained for the famous Mysore Dasara, found a brand new calling. Today, it’s a place where hundreds of tourists get one-on-one with their biggest (quite literally) dream.

The Dubare Elephant Camp is a chance to get to know these giant, enchanting creatures better. With a host of activities built around this, many a guest has left the camp with a sense of responsibility to do their bit towards protecting elephants. A trained naturalist takes our guests through the complexities of elephant history, ecology and biology.

4) Tibetan monastery /Golden temple


Tibetan monastery /Golden temple


The Tiny Tibetan colony in Coorg is located around 6 km from Kushalnagar.

This Place is one of the largest Tibetan settlements in India. There are around 16000 refugees and nearly 6000 monks and nuns in this monastery. This Tibetan settlement at Bail Koppa or Bylakuppe is the second largest Tibetan settlement outside Tibet




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