Coorg Places To Visit

Coorg places to visit

Our Top 5 Coorg Places To Visit

With close proximity to Bangalore, Coorg is a district in Karnataka. It is renowned for being a perfect vacation destination for tourists of all ages. Coorg, sometimes referred to as the ‘Scotland of India’ is also home to the largest number of Buddhists in India.

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Popularly known for its coffee plantations covered with breathtaking greenry, Coorg is one of the best destinations in the world to find an incredible collection of flora and fauna, amazing waterfalls and stunning landscape that would captivate anyone. Take a look below for a list of some the best places worth visiting whenever you’re planning your next trip to Coorg.

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Coorg Places To Visit 1 – Tadiandamol Trek

Well-known for being the second highest peak in the world, Tadiandamol is an incredible place to visit especially for trekkers.

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Located in the Western Ghats, this incredible attraction offers a lot of remarkable delights.

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There are lots of places to visit here including the Nalaknad Palace which is mostly used by hikers as a base camp.

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Another interesting place to see is the bee-keeping centre where a large number of bees is maintained.

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Coorg Places To Visit 2 – Mallalli Falls

Situated at the base of Pushpagiri Hill Ranges, Mallalli Falls draw a large number of tourists annually. With a depth of over 200 feet, the Mallalli Falls is a beautiful place to see waters flowing down and battering against rocks and stones. The best time of the year to visit, to see the impressive swell of water is during the monsoon season (June-September). The sound and views of the thrashing water is exhilarating.

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Coorg Places To Visit 3 – Barapole River

Regarded as the perfect placing for rafting activities, the Barapole River offers one of the country’s finest white water rafting experiences.

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Scenic delights, breathtaking views, relaxed environment and serenity all makes Barapole River a top destination among locals and tourists alike.

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It is also an ideal place to enjoy a wide variety of water sports including sailing and swimming.

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Coorg Places To Visit 4 – Dubare Reserve Forest & Elephant Camp

Regarded as one of the most visited attractions for tourists all over the world, Dubare Reserve Forest & Elephant Camp is home to a massive number of well-trained elephants.

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If you’d like to learn more about the lifestyle and psychology of Elephants, then a visit to this incredible attraction is a must.

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It is also a popular destination for bird watching

Coorg Places To Visit 5 – Nagarhole National Park

Of all the tourist places in Coorg, Nagarhole National Park is one of the most popular.

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For those interested in wildlife, it is highly recommended to visit this place.

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There are various species of birds and animals here. The best time of the year to visit is from April to May or November to February.

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Our Top 5 Coorg Places To Visit – by David John
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I'm a native of Ireland originally, but have not lived there for over 20 years. Since 1994 I've been traveling as much of the world as I can, and moved my base to Australia for many years. Although currently based In Berlin, I travel as often as I can.I've always been interested in traveling, but really got the travel bug back in 1991 when I purchased a 1 month Interrail pass and went traveling around Europe for a month, clocking up 12 countries in that time. I've been addicted to travel ever since, and one of my missions is to revisit all those destinations from 1991 and instead of like last time where it was just a taste, stay a while, experience and savour, as well as travel to as many new destinations as I can.With my website I hope to inspire you to travel too, offer you suggestions and what little wisdom I may have hopefully picked up along the way :)