Lesser Known Tourist Attractions In Coorg
Coorg is certainly a must-visit place for family holidays. The beautiful lush plantations that extend as far as the eye can see, superb attractions, panoramic views, and more make it one of the best tourist spots for the whole family. For your next trip to this place, here is a guide to help you prepare your itinerary.
For first time visitors, there are a few places to see in Coorg that should not be missed. Explore the majestic Madikeri Fort while telling your kids stories about it. Take in the beauty and force of the magical Abbey Falls. Pay homage to the place where the royal family finally rests at Raja’s Tomb. Enjoy some peace at the beautiful Omkareshwara Temple. In the end, feel on top of the world as you gaze at the spectacular view from Raja’s Seat. When you are done with these, there are still some more secret spots in Coorg.
If you have visited Coorg before or would prefer a unique and interesting experience, here are some of the lesser known places to visit:
If you are an adventure lover, then Kutta is definitely the place for you. Feel like a bird as you take off in a two-seater open plane. Tumble down the gushing waters of the Upper Barapole while river rafting with kids. Besides, Kutta also serves as the base camp for the Brahmagiri trek, one that is great fun to do with kids.
Just like Kutta, even Kakkabe is stuffed with adventures galore. Bond with your kids as you all have a thrilling experience here. If your family is into trekking, the Tadiandamol Trek, that takes you to the highest peak in Coorg, is surely worth a climb. You could also go quad biking or mountain biking. If you prefer water activities, then Kakkabe offers you the chance to indulge in kayaking and canoeing.
At the foot of the Tadiandamol peak is the Nalakunad Palace. A noteworthy structure, it was built in 1794 by a Kodagu king. The palace is known for its ancient murals.
The Nagarhole National Park, also known as the Rajiv Gandhi National Park, is called one of Karnataka’s best wildlife getaways. It is situated between the Kabini River and the Bandipur National Park. It certainly a great place to take the kids on a safari, one that is offered by Club Mahindra’s Coorg resorts. The park is well-known for its huge population of animals like elephant, bison, tiger, dhole, leopard, hyena, deer, and more.
The Namdroling Monastery is a large Tibetian Buddhist complex in Bylakuppe. Around 5,000 Buddhist monks and nuns live here. The Monastery is also home to the gorgeous Golden Temple and the beautiful Zangdogpalri Temple. Both shouldn’t be missed while on a visit here.
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With its pleasant climate, Coorg can be visited anytime of the year. You can go sightseeing in Coorg anytime as its attractions are open to the public throughout the year.
The nearest airport to Coorg is in Mangalore, which is 136km away. The nearest railway stations are at Hassan (117km) and Kasaragod (122km). The Karnataka State Highway 88 from Mangalore to Mysore makes traveling to Coorg easy as it cuts through the district.
Club Mahindra offers its members two gorgeous resorts in Coorg. These are the Club Mahindra Virajpet Resort and the Club Mahindra Madikeri Resort in Coorg. Both places are located amidst lush plantations and are built in the traditional architecture of the region. Apart from the impeccable service, other noteworthy aspects of these resorts include the comfortable amenities and family-friendly activities available here. Hence, it isn’t a wonder that these are the best Coorg resorts here.
Don’t forget to pack some essentials like hiking shoes, cameras, and binoculars before you head off the beaten track in Coorg! To get a glimpse of how our members enjoy their holidays, have a look at these Club Mahindra reviews by our happy members.
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