Explore The Beauty Of Coorg


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Golden Temple

Golden Temple in Coorg is the largest teaching centre of the Nyingma lineage of Tibetan Buddhism in the world and serves as an important pilgrimage site for Buddhist followers. This wonder of Coorg serves as an important tourist attraction and a must for tourists who stay at our hotel in Coorg.

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Harangi Dam

Hirangi Dam in Coorg is one of the beautiful places in Coorg. The dam is built for a purpose to serve the million residence of Coorg. Hirangi Dam is a local favorite and attracts people from all over the city.

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Abbey Falls

Abbey Falls mesmerizes your vacation and astonishes you with its beauty. The scintillating water is a sight that stays in your mind forever. This serene place near our Coorg hotel is a treat to the eyes.

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Iruppu Waterfall

Iruppu Waterfall in Coorg introduces peace and serenity to all the tourists who visit. The water allures you with its beauty and serene nature. This waterfall resides in Coorg, that is literally the best thing about the city.


Dubare Elephant Camp

Get up close and witness the glorious elephants in their natural habitat at Dubare elephant camp. Home to over 50 elephants, you can have the chance to see the elephants being given baths, being fed and trained. The enchanting environment also includes other wildlife like crocodiles, peacocks, wild dog, and sloth bear, which can all be seen during a coracle boat-ride through the camp.

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Kaveri Nisargadhama

This river-island situated near Kushalnagar (1 Km) and 28kms from Madikeri lies nestled between dense bamboo groves, and an assortment of teak and sandalwood trees. The bamboo cottages on treetop are a great attraction in Nisargadhama, and tourists also love to enjoy the river-side boating and enthralling elephant rides through the island.

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Raja Seat

Madikeri is home to Raja’s Seat, which is one of the most picturesque points of Coorg. Raja’s Seat is a sunset point with an incomparable view of the hills and valleys, coupled with musical fountains, periodic flowers inside a charming garden that make it such a popular tourist location of Coorg. Early mornings and evenings are the best time to visit Raja’s Seat in order to be able to observe the mesmeric view.

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Omkareswara Temple

The Omkareshwara Temple was established in 1820 by Lingarajendra II with Mumammadan style architecture, which featured a center dome and four corners with turrets. According to legend, the king put a pious Brahmin to death unjustly and the spirit of the priest began tormenting the Raja. On the advice of his Dewan, Ponnappa, the Raja built the temple to appease the Brahmin’s spirit. The Omkareshwara Temple has a Linga near the door of the entrance. The history of the temple was inscribed by the king on a plate made of copper that is hanging at the frame of the door to the temple entrance.


Fort palace - Madikeri

The fort once the Administrative building of some kings, first built in the 17th century by Mudduraja, finally rebuilt using granite by Tipu Sultan and he named ‘Jaffarabad’. Doddaveera Rajendra occupied and took control of the fort in 1790, the British added to the fort in 1834. The Fort was utilized as district jail till 2010. It is still locked and not allowed for visitors, outside of the fort can be seen.

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Nagarahole Wild life Sanctuary

Wildlife is abundant in Coorg, and the Nagarhole National Park is quite the perfect spot for watching wildlife. Over 270 species of birds and a great number of animals can be spotted through the dense forests which have open lines across the river-banks to be able to see the wildlife clearly. During the summer and the winter, it is much easier to spot as many animals as possible than other times. The natural surrounding is also quite rewarding around the wildlife sanctuary.

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Every year, at a predetermined time, water gushes out from a small pond at Talacauvery, the birthplace of river Cauvery. Talacauvery is located 44 km from Madikeri, on the slopes of Brahmagiri Hill. Besides being a pilgrimage center, Talacauvery is known for its natural beauty.



Bhagamandala is situated in the scenic foothills of Talacauvery, at a distance of only 39 kms from Madikeri. Talacauvery is the source and origin of the River Kaveri, which is often referred to as 'Dakshin Ganga' which means 'Ganga of the South' and is one of the seven sacred rivers of the country. A bath in the holy waters of the Bhagamandala is not only extremely sacred but also a very spiritually uplifting and cleansing experience. Immersing in the pure and thoroughly enchanting waters of the holy Triveni Sangam has an infinitely positive effect on the mind, body and soul.