What is Coorg famous for?
Coorg, also known as Kodagu, is a beautiful hill station in the Indian state of Karnataka. It is famous for its coffee plantations, steep hills, countless streams, rich flora & fauna, lush forests and breathtaking views.
Which part of Coorg is best?
- Abbey Falls, Coorg. Abbey Falls | #1 of 20 Best Places to Visit in Coorg.
- Iruppu Falls, Coorg. Iruppu Falls | #2 of 20 Best Places to Visit in Coorg.
- Mallalli Falls, Coorg.
- Raja’s Seat, Coorg.
- Cauvery Nisargadhama, Coorg.
- Harangi Dam, Coorg.
- Chiklihole Reservoir, Coorg.
- Mandalpatti Viewpoint, Coorg.
What is the special in Coorg?
Besides coffee and spice plantations, Coorg is also famous for its juicy and pulpy oranges. Coorg oranges are unique because they are easy to peel off and carry a tinge of citric tang and sweetness in them. Local chocolates and homemade wines are also a speciality here.
What are the places in Coorg?
Top Attractions in Kodagu (Coorg)
- Tadiandamol Peak. 129. Mountains.
- Iruppu Falls. 425. Waterfalls.
- Dubare Elephant Camp. 1,421. Nature & Wildlife Areas.
- Raja’s Seat. 1,199. Gardens.
- Abbey Falls. 2,963. Waterfalls.
- Mercara Gold Estate Coffee Plantation. 227. Farms.
- Cauvery River. 159.
- Tibetan Monastery / Golden Temple Coorg. Religious Sites.
How many days are reuired to visit to Coorg?
You need at least 3 days for a leisure tour of Coorg. A 2 day itinerary is a bit packed, but still reasonable. Having said that there are many tourists who visit as a day tripper from the nearby cities, though it is very hectic. Coorg is a lot about soaking yourselves in the ambient than sight seeing.
Should I visit Coorg in August?
April is the best month to visit Coorg, as it being springtime, the Coorg hill station weather is quite amazing, with little rain and warm weather. While visiting Coorg, tourists should avoid the months from July and August, as at that time, the climate in Coorg is not the best, and the place experiences heavy rainfall and landslides.
What is Coorg village?
A COORG VILLAGE. Coorg is a ‘tiny’ province in South India and is a region full of mountains with heavy rainfall, flooded rivers and dense forest. Coorg is about 1593, square miles and is under Reserve Forest. After rains, the rivers are not navigable and hence the water is not used for irrigation. Coorg is an isolated region and hence have a distinct style of life and culture.