Club Mahindra Resorts in Coorg
Officially known as ‘Kodagu’, and unofficially as ‘the Scotland of India’, Coorg is nestled amidst the verdant hills lining the southernmost edge of Karnataka. Spanning 4102 square kilometers, dotted by mountains, hills, valleys, jungles, paddy fields, grasslands and coffee, pepper & cardamom plantations all around, Coorg charms you with myriad shades of green.
Now, why look for hotels in Coorg, when you can enhance your holiday experience at either of Club Mahindra’s two resorts that rank among the bestresorts in Coorg?
2 Resorts. Countless Memories!
Our plantation resorts in Coorg resorts promises a unique holiday experience. Club Mahindra Madikeri is a sprawling resort built in the local Ainmanes tradition, located within a coffee plantation swirling with scents, colors and sights of the hill station. Club Mahindra Virajpet, again set amidst beautiful coffee plantations, about 35 kms from the district headquarters Madikeri, offers plush single bedroom and studio apartments.
So much to look forward to!
Whether on honeymoon or on a family vacation, with Club Mahindra resorts, there are plenty of things to do in Coorg, with our activity coordinators always ready to line up various activities for your family. You could enjoy a leisurely stroll through the lush greenery around, while discovering a heady blend of adventure, history and scenery. Or savor an immersive coffee-plantation tour to discover how co¬ffee is grown, harvested and roasted. Or drive through the beautiful forests and watch exotic animals and birds in their natural abode. Or simply sit back and sip on a freshly brewed cup of coffee. If you are the adventurous kind, you can try Quad biking on the hilly terrains, river rafting and other soft rope activities.
Keep your camera’s batteries fully charged and your best smiles ready for some really beautiful selfies and family photos, for there are options aplenty for sightseeing in Coorg. There is plenty to explore in Coorg like the Madikeri Fort, Abbey Falls, Tala Cauvery, Tibetan Monasteries, Dubare Elephant Camp, Nagarhole National Park, Iruppu Falls, Igguthappa & Malithrikey Temple and the Chelavara Falls.
Please your taste buds
When you’re back, our chefs will be ready to treat you with yummy Kodava cuisine. Relish the flavorful Pandi Curry, Koli Curry, or bite into Kachampuli, a sour local fruit. Our vegetarian guests can relish the tasty Bamboo Shoot Curry, Kootu Curry, Neyi Koolu, Nooputtu or Coorg Mango Curry. Also try the Akki Roti (rice bread) or Kadambuttu (rice dumplings) with Baimbalé Barthad, sautéed bamboo shoots. Square off your meal with Bella Kapi, a concoction of black coff¬ee and jaggery followed with a scrumptious Thari Payasa.
Best time to visit:
Coorg is an evergreen place with a pleasant climate all around the year. But the best time to visit Coorg is October to March, when the weather remains pleasant enough to enjoy the various adventure activities like trekking and wandering about the district.
How to reach:
Mangalore Airport (150 kms) is the closest. However, Bengaluru International airport, (290 kms) is better connected to domestic & international destinations.