Coorg attractions

Coorg | Coorg attractions

Coorg is a beautiful hill station in the state of Karnataka in India. Kodagu is another name of Coorg. Proudly to say "Coorg is Scotland of India". It lies in western ghats. It is famous for the largest producer of coffee in India. The mesmeric natural beauty and quaint hill station fresh environment attract the local tourists as well as outside. Enchanting beauty of lush green landscapes, beautiful waterfalls, mountain tops, lovely flora, and fauna are some mindblowing attractions that make Coorg such a great destination for the tourists. Coorg is south India paradise. Abbey Falls, Chelavara Falls, and Iruppu Falls these attractions are the witness of Coorg beauty. Coorg Attractions 1. Abbey Falls: Abbey falls is located near Madikeri only 1km away. Abbey falls is one of the famous tourist places of Coorg. Rich green plains, Spice plantations, Coffee estates attract the tourists here. After monsoon in November and December, This spot is great to come. 2. Iruppu falls: Iruppu falls is one of the famous sightseeing places in Coorg. It lies in Brahmagiri hill range between Srimangala and Kutta. Lakshmana Tirtha falls is another name of Iruppu falls. 3.Brahmagiri Peak: It is situated on the border of Karnataka and Kerala state, The top of Brahmagiri is covered by the forest and hills. Brahmagiri peak is famous for its sightseeing, trekking, campsite, bird gazing, photography, and wildlife. You can reach there from Kutta.

How to reach Coorg

By road: You can take KSRTC (Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation) provides deluxe buses to Coorg, on a regular basis from cities like Bangalore, Mysore, anMysore junction is 95 km away and it is nearest railway station to Coorg.

By air: Mangalore is the nearest airport to Coorg about 135 km away. Bangalore is second nearest airport about 250 km from Coorg.

Entry time

9 am to 4 pm is entry time there. The cost of the ticket there is 20 rupees for adult and 10 rupees for children. One of the best thing about the Alakapuri Waterfalls we can notice that the Forest department provides the insurance cover to visitors.


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