Things to Do in Coorg

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  • Madikeri Fort

    Madikeri Fort

    This 17th century palace of erstwhile kings was originally built in mud but later refined in granite. The interesting aspect of the fort is that the church inside was once the site of a temple.

    The secret explorable passageways add to the mystery of the fort. We recommend ...

    Monument Landmark
  • Abbey Falls

    Abbey Falls

    As you approach Abbey Falls, you will be greeted with the roar of water cascading their way down from 70 feet into limpid pools to join the river Cauvery.

    Tucked away between private coffee and spice estates, Abbey Falls offers a splendid backdrop for picnics. It is Coorg’s ...

    Waterfall
  • Raja’s Seat

    Raja’s Seat

    The Kodagu Kings used to watch the sun setting from their favourite spot – the Raja’s Seat or the seat of the king. Set amongst charming gardens and a misted valley in the background, it makes for a scenic sight. ...

    Park
  • Iruppu Falls

    Iruppu Falls

    At close proximity to the Nagarhole National Park lies a stunning sight of the cascading Iruppu Falls. Originating from the Brahmagiri Range, the falls plunge down 170 feet at two points. Nestled amidst dark forest, the Iruppu Falls is a great site for picnics.

    A forest trail leads ...

    Waterfall
  • Nagarhole National Park

    Nagarhole National Park

    Discover your wild side with a trip to Nagarhole National Park. Home to the majestic tiger, it is also known as the Rajiv Gandhi National Park.

    Nagarhole in Kannada means ‘snake river’ and the park derives this name from the winding course of the river that flows through ...

    Park
  • Talakaveri

    Talakaveri

    Located about 53 kilometres from Coorg, Talakaveri is considered to be the origin of River Kaveri. A small tank built around a temple marks the origin of the river and the temple is dedicated to Goddess Kaveriamma. One can also enjoy breathtaking views of the Brahmagiri Mountains from Talakaveri. ...

    Religious
  • Bhagamandala

    Bhagamandala

    The temple town of Bhagamandala is located about 33 kilometres from Madikeri. It is home to Sri Bhagandeshwara Temple and the Triveni Sangam, which is the confluence of three rivers; Kaveri, Kannike and Sujyoti. Triveni Sangam is considered scared by devotees and it is common practice to take a dip ...

    Religious
  • Cauveri Nisargadhama

    Cauveri Nisargadhama

    Situated about 30 kilometres from Madikeri, Cauveri Nisargadhama is an island formed by River Kaveri. It is a popular picnic spot dotted with bamboo groves and sandalwood and teak trees.

    There is also a Deer Park, Rabbit Park, Peacock Park and orchidarium on the island and there are ...

    Lake Waterfall
  • Bylakuppe: Golden Temple

    Bylakuppe: Golden Temple

    Bylakuppe is a Tibetan settlement area established by Lugsum Samdupling in 1961 and Dickyi Larsoe in 1969 and is situated to the west of Mysore District in Karnataka.

    It is about 6 kilometres from the twin town of Kushalanagara and is home to the magnificent Namdroling Monastery or ...

    Monument Religious Cultural
  • Omkareshwara Temple

    Omkareshwara Temple

    Built in 1820 by King Lingarajendra, this is one of the most important religious sites in Coorg dedicated to Lord Shiva. The architecture of the temple boasts of Islamic and Gothic elements. The temple is surrounded by water and you can even feed the fish here. ...

    Religious
  • Dubare Elephant Training Camp

    Dubare Elephant Training Camp

    Elephants are considered to be calm creatures but at the training camp, witness how the wild animals are tamed by their mahouts. The camp is open to exploration by curious visitors and you’ll be lucky to get a free elephant ride! ...

    Religious