With its undulating landscape, mesmerising scenery, and tranquil atmosphere, Coorg or Kodagu stands out as one of the best hill stations in South India. Renowned for its coffee plantations and lush greenery, this beautiful town is also known as the "Scotland of India" and the "Kashmir of Karnataka". Home to thousands of visitors from around the country, Coorg is graced with a rejuvenating aura and offers you the perfect destination for a relaxing holiday.
Visit the best tourist hot-spots in Coorg!
Nestled in the town of Madikeri, the Raja's Seat is where the kings watched the glorious sunsets. The seat offers a beautiful scenic view comprising of the hills and paddy fields.
Constructed in 1820 by Lingarajendra II, the temple flaunts Mumammadan architectural style. The temple is known for its serene ambience and historical significance.
Abbey waterfalls is located about 6-7 kilometers from Madikeri town. A hanging bridge offers the best view of the waterfalls, adding on to your experience.
Originally constructed by Mudduraja, and later rebuilt by Tipu Sultan, the fort has a historical significance, and also houses St Mark's Church, making it one of the tourist attractions in Coorg.
The palace, located inside Madikeri Fort, is now the office of the Deputy Commissioner. The palace was built by Lingarajendra Wodeyar II in 1814.
The tombs of Dodda Virarjendra & Lingarajendra II is a prominent historical monument in Coorg. The tombs offer a scenic view of the entire town.