Travelling To Coorg? These Are The Must-Visit Spots

by Vinita Jain

Coorg, officially known as Kodagu is located in Karnataka. This evergreen city is the ultimate holiday destination. Coorg has a lot to offer, from the pleasant weather to various adventures, its coffee plantations, waterfalls, and significantly the surreal nature. This quintessential hill station can be the best way to escape from the scorching heat in your city. Here’s a list of places you can visit in Coorg.

1. Abbey Falls

Abbey Falls is apparently the most popular tourist attraction and is just 10km away from Madikeri. This waterfall is located in the middle of Coffee estates and misty mountains and there’s a hanging bridge that provides a breathtaking view of the Abby Falls. The aroma of the coffee, refreshing cold breeze, and lush greenery make you feel another level of calmness.

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2. Mandalpatti Trek

Mandalpatti is the best place for trekkers who love to trek in natural settings. This place offers a magical viewpoint as it is located even 4kms above Abbey falls. If you are in search of some solitude this Mandalpatti’s hilltop is one of the best locations. For trekking and jeep rides, one needs to take tickets from the authorities.

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3. Dubare Elephant Camp

Dubare Elephant Camp is located on the banks of river Kaveri. It is an ideal place to learn more about Elephants and their activities. This camp allows you to engage yourself in various activities like Elephant riding, feeding elephants, grooming sessions of elephants, Bathing them, fishing, river rafting, trekking, etc. The best time to visit the Dubare Elephant camp is in the morning as you can relish some elephant rides and their grooming.

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4. River Rafting In Barapole River

Another opportunity for adventure enthusiasts, they can go white river rafting in the Barapole River but only children above 13 years are allowed. Passing in rapidly flowing water through scenic landscapes, exotic flowers and trees are one of a kind. You’ll be rafting in the river for a distance of 4kilometers. For the first-timers safeguards accompany them.

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5. Tadiandamol Peak

Tadiandamol is the highest mountain peak in Coorg which is a very nice option for trekking lovers as it is located at a height of 1800 meters above sea level. One can experience extreme calmness and a scenic atmosphere. Tadiandamol is a campsite which even allows you to enjoy a Bonfire and a musical night.

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Apart from all this one can also relish Coffee estate walks, visit Raja’s Seat garden, have some authentic local food, visit Iruppu falls, take a safari ride at Nagarhole National park and explore numerous other options too.

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