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Club Mahindra Virajpet, Coorg

The welcoming Kodagu Valley invites guests to the quaint retreat of Virajpet. Huddled in nature’s lap, one can explore the valley’s famous coffee, honey and spices, enjoy the great outdoors and relish a gratifying holiday at the resort. 

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Activities at Club Mahindra Virajpet, Coorg

Sight Seeing

1. Chelavara Falls

The cooling waters of the Chelavara Falls is a welcoming sight and feeling after short, yet steep trek first uphill and then downhill to the base of the Falls. Located about 15 kilometres from the resort, the falls can tickle your senses or deluge you with its power, depending on the season. The top of the falls makes for an idyllic picnic spot.

2. Chomakund

Located just 2 kilometres from Chelavara Falls, Chomakund is a familiar and charming hill station and a popular picnic spot with the locals. Absolutely stunning, lush and laden with mist, Chomakund is a must visit.

3. Nagarhole National Park

A visit to Nagarhole is one filled with impressive sights. From the tall teakwood tress to the innumerable deer, wild elephants and bison, the commonplace here, is actually a stunning rarity for most of us. The safari itself is a noisy and crammed bus drive through the park that sometimes drives away the more exotic wildlife. But it’s definitely an enjoyable trip. 

4. Igguthappa Temple

Catch a rare glimpse into the fascinating culture of the Kodava people with a visit to the Igguthappa Temple. One of the most sacred Kodava sites, it was built in 1810 by King Lingarajedra. Located at Kakkabe near Virajpet, the Padi Igguthappa Temple is a captivating must visit site.

5. Malithrikey

Cloaked in unusual lore, this temple atop a hill is said to be the one temple Tipu Sultan couldn't destroy, as he and his people were attacked by bees when they arrived to do so. A small piece of his armour still rests at the temple. The temple itself is open to the elements and the deity is surrounded by a wall made out of offerings that consist of clay figures from devotees. Make sure you visit early since no one, not even the priest, is allowed to stay post 1 pm. The view here is magnificent and the wild berries from the shrubs outside the temple are much favoured by the locals. In accordance with its unusual history, do be careful, as you'll have to take off your footwear 3 kilometres before the temple. Your vehicle can go straight to the top via a steep and winding road, but your shoes have to stay behind.

6. Nalknad Palace

With a superb view of Coorg's highest peak, Thadiyandamol, Nalknad Palace makes for an interesting visit into the life and times of ancient Coorg. Believed to be the final refuge of the last king of Coorg, it is an excellent example of the area's traditional architecture. With two levels, a spy hole to shoot invaders and a dark room to hide from them in case they got in anyway, this palace and its tight quarters make for an enlightening and fun visit.

7. Thadiyandamol

One of Coorg's best treks, Thadiyandamol rewards those who climb to its peak with a mind-blowing view of rolling hills blanketed in green and clouds swirling like a river through the valleys. At 1,748 metres, it's the highest peak in Coorg and the second highest in Karnataka. The visit is breathtaking.

8. Iruppu Falls

The enigmatic Iruppu Falls have mythological origins and have been created by the descent of a river over step like rock formations. A gradual trek leads there the falls are simply exquisite to watch. A shower of water from these falls are believed to be very holy. Since it is located at quite a distance from the resort, a visit here can be combined with a visit to the Nagarhole National Park.

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