Best Time To Visit Madikeri In Coorg
Ah, Madikeri, one of the most beautiful vacation spots in Karnataka! The lively capital of the Kodagu district is a scenic hill station nestled in the Western Ghats. Full of paddy fields, cardamom and coffee plantations, and vast expanses of beautiful orchards, Madikeri is truly a sight to behold. The land of the origin of river Kaveri is green and serene, making it one of the best places for a family holiday. The summer (October to May) season is a great time for short trips and usually sees a lot of tourist activity. But it is the winter season that is the best time to visit coorg, the crisp air and green landscape transporting you to heaven.
Summers in Madikeri are pleasant with temperatures ranging from 30-37 degrees Celsius. The warm weather serves as the perfect shelter against the scorching summers. Being the optimal season for long exploration trips, this is the best time to visit Virajpet in Coorg and other towns in the Kodagu district, famous for its spices. Be prepared to meet hordes of fellow travelers from all over the country as this is the season that sees the most tourist activity.
Don’t forget some summer packing essentials. Since the weather isn’t too jarring, we’d recommend good old light clothes and summer wear. Hats and sunglasses are a must in the late April-May period. However, be sure to carry proper shoes and some salt or matches wherever you go because the Ghats are crawling with leeches. While there isn’t much danger of many mosquito bites, do take calamine lotion in case you are met by other insects.
Monsoons in Madikeri are much cooler with temperatures at around 20 degrees Celsius being recorded. The monsoon season begins in June and ends in September. This is a bit of an off-season for Madikeri since there is a steady rainfall each evening accompanied by bristling winds. However, those who are truly invested in greenery must visit Madikeri in July for a pleasurable experience.
The monsoon months in Kodagu are for the truly daring. Prepare yourself for the onslaught of rains with umbrellas, raincoats, and maybe even rubber boots depending on which month you’re visiting. Also, pack some warm clothing as it gets a little chilly in the evenings. Flip-flops and open-toed shoes are a no-no.
Winters in Madikeri (i.e October-February) is when the beauty of Coorg is at its peak. The days are warm, but the nights are quite cool, temperatures going as low as 14 degrees Celsius on certain days. The ambience is delightful and makes for a memorable family trip. This the ideal season to revel in the scenery and scents of the Kodagu district.
Winters in Madikeri can get quite chilly even as the world blossoms around you. Carry sweaters, scarves, hats and any item of clothing that will keep you snug and warm. As always, carry shoes for walking/trekking, and some matches or salt for the leeches. Any light showers can be fended off by umbrellas.
Madikeri is known to be the land of rustic homestays but the best accommodation is available at Club Mahindra Madikeri resorts, one of the best Resort in Coorg! Built in the Ainmane style, native to the locality, the sprawling Club Mahindra resort allows you to enjoy your surroundings with world class amenities at your disposal.
Situated amidst coffee plantations, this resort in Coorg places before you a gymnasium, swimming pools, multi-cuisine restaurants, a spa complex offering breath-taking views, indoor activity centre #HappyHub and much more! Read the Club Mahindra Review of Madikeri resort in Coorg to get a better idea of how well-loved it is. Customer service here means special attention to all patrons and a dedicated Club Mahindra feedback system to register your inputs for constant improvement.
Visiting Madikeri is a truly enchanting experience made even better with Club Mahindra’s comfortable accommodation. Charming countryside by the day and relaxing spa nights will make for a truly memorable holiday!
Club Mahindra operates two state-of-the-art hill station resorts in Coorg. One is located at Madikeri, the capital district of Coorg, and the other at Virajpet. Both are excellent options for your upcoming holiday in Coorg.
The Club Mahindra Madikeri resort features Kodagi style architecture. It is a charming retreat from the hustle of the markets, and it transports you back to a simpler time. There are 1-bedroom suites and studio rooms here, fitted with all the modern amenities you require. The famous restaurant serves up several delectable cuisines, while there is a gymnasium, games room and many other amenities. Ditto for the Club Virajpet resort.
You can enjoy sightseeing and adventure activities in Coorg. At the resorts, you can participate in games tournaments, board games, pool aerobics, pool and many more. There are many games and activities for children as well. Or you can hire equipment and go e-biking, go karting, etc. There are special dance workshops, creative corner, towel origami, coffee making workshops, mocktail making sessions, cooking classes, photo studio, and so much more.
When you want to relax, take a refreshing dip in the pool or go for a rejuvenating spa session. You can even choose from among authentic Coorg food at the resort’s restaurant: Bimbalay Curry, Pandi Curry, Kadambittu, Noolputtu, Akki Roti, Pacha Curry, Kadala Curry.
Go ahead, book your Coorg holiday with Club Mahindra. You will cherish the special memories you create on your holiday, for the rest of your life!
Q: Where should I stay in Coorg?
There are many homestays, rental homes, hotels and resorts in Coorg. However, we strongly recommend checking into either of the two Club Mahindra Resorts in Coorg. They are located in Madikeri and Virajpet, and they offer the highest levels of luxury, comfort and service at a good price.
Q: Which is the best month to visit Coorg?
The best time to visit Coorg is during the summer months between March and June. The best months are March and April, when the day time temperatures are comfortably hot. The valleys are shrouded in a mist, and you can go trekking, cycling or simply walking all about. Try and avoid the monsoon months of July and August, because there is heavy rainfall in Coorg during the time.
Q: Is Coorg worth visiting?
With splendid sights, varied wildlife and flora, delicious local food and locally made coffee, Coorg is much more than just worth a visit. In fact, it should feature on your list of must-visit places in India, whether you are travelling solo or with your family members.
Q: What are some of the famous places to see near the Club Mahindra resort?
The Club Mahindra resorts are conveniently located from Talacauvery, Iguthappa temple, Mrityunjaya temple, Iruppu Falls, Golden Temple, Dubare Elephant Camp, Tandiyandamole and Nagarhole Sanctuary, among other places.
Q: How many days are required to visit Coorg?
You can reach Coorg easily in just a few hours if you take a flight and alight at Bengaluru airport. From there, it is a short drive of about three hours to reach Coorg in Madikeri district. Once in Coorg, you can explore it entirely in about 4 days. But take care to pick the best time to visit Coorg and to plan your itinerary to include all the famous spots and natural wonders.
Q: What is famous in Coorg for shopping?
Coorg is one of the few places in India to have a host of unique, locally produced items that you can buy for yourself or to gift others. The must-have item on your shopping list should be Coorg coffee. Coorg has some huge coffee plantations and the coffee is quite tasty. Coorg also harvests organic and raw honey, which you can buy at the bazaar. We also suggest buying spices, dry fruit, handicrafts, chocolates and locally made wine.
Q: What is the speciality of Coorg?
Coorg was always known as a breathtaking and quaint hill station. It is extremely safe even for solo women travellers and youngsters on college trips. But after its natural beauty and good climate, it is famous for local coffee, oranges, chocolates, spices and wines.
It’s time you drop the idea of scrubbing those vessels and instead, put up your feet as someone else serves you delicious food and pampers you to the fullest. It’s time to get back on the road again!
Mai Phir Aunga is a poem that incites wishful thinking and is a promise to visit the natural wonders of India once again. Penned by Ayushmann Khurrana for Club Mahindra, the poem calls to the many experiences embedded in nature that makes India so picturesque. Going beyond, it also stirs a sense of nostalgia as Ayushmann reminisces about the many dishes and food experiences in India - from Coorg’s aromatic coffee to Hyderabad’s mouth-watering biryani. All this is possible again when you stay at a Club Mahindra resort, whether its Coorg resort, Binsar resort or Goa resort. Join Club Mahindra now!