Places to Visit in Coorg (the origin of the Kavery River): The Scottland of India, Coorg (western ghat hill station) is popular as Kashmir of Karnataka.
The western ghat hill station of Karnataka and Coorg is the origin of the Kavery River.
The height of Coorg hill station above sea level is 1525 meters. It is popular as a beautiful tourist destination for nature lovers.
Best Places to Visit in Coorg Hill station
In Coorg you enjoy during the trip – green woody slopes, misty mountains, colorful sceneries, dense tropical forests, cascading falls, etc.
It is the most beautiful waterfall in South India. This most beautiful fall located approximately 8 kilometers from Madikeri town of Karnataka. In the olden days, this fall known as Jesse falls.
Chiklihole Reservior, Coorg
In the Coorg district of Karnataka, this reservoir located between Madikeri and Kushalnagar towns. The distance of this reservoir from Madikeri and Kushal Nagar towns is around 15 kilometers.
Dubare Elephant Camp, Coorg
The location of Dubare Elephant Camp is the bank of the Kavery River in Coorg. Dubare Elephant Camp is a project that is undertaken by the department of the forest.
Harangi Dam, Coorg
In the Hudgur village near Kushal Nagar (Coorg), Harangi dam located. The height of this dam is 47 meters and the length is 846 meters. The distance of this destination from Madikeri town is 36 kilometers.
Omkareswara Temple, Coorg
In 1820, the Omkareswara temple built in Madikeri by Linga Rajendra. This temple related to Lord Shiva. The location of this temple from Madikeri is 1 kilometer. The architecture of this temple related to Islamic as well as Gothic style.
Kotebetta Trek Peak, Coorg
After the Tadiyandamoi peak and Brahmgiri peak, it has the third-highest peak in the region of Coorg. The height of this peak above sea level is 1620 meters. The actual location of this peak is between Somwarpet and Madikeri towns at Madhapur.
Madikeri Fort Coorg
In the last quarter of the seventeenth century, the Madikeri fort built first by Mudduraja. After Mudduraja, Tipu Sultan renovated it with stones and bricks. Tipu Sultan named this fort Jaffarabad.
In 1790, this fort controlled by Doddavira Rajendra. By LingaRajendra Wodeyar II renovated this fort after Doddavira Rajendra. This fort reconstructed by the Britishemire two times. In 1933, a clock tower added by the Britishers. Nowadays, this fort used as a form of the Deputy Commissioner’s office.
Mallari Fall, Coorg
At the base of Pushpagiri hill ranges, Mallali falls located. The location of this fall is Bettadahalli gram panchayat.
The distance of this falls from Sowarpet is 25 kilometers and Kushal Nagar is 42 kilometers.
Mandalpatti Trek (Places to Visit in Coorg)
This is better for trekking lovers. The distance of this before Abbey falls is 4 kilometers. The distance of this trek from Madikeri town is 25 kilometers.
Nalknad Aramane Palace, Coorg
This place located in Kakkabe town in the Coorg region. Its distance between Madikeri town and Nalknad Aramane Palace is 45 kilometers. In the period of 1792, the ruler Dodda Virarajendra used to construct this palace.
Nehru Mantap, Coorg (Places to Visit in Coorg)
This place is really nice for nature lovers. In the vicinity of Raja’s seat, the location of this beautiful place is in Madikeri town. This is a place where anyone can enjoy and get calm with refreshment.
Padi Lggutappa Temple, Coorg
In the Kakkabe town, this beautiful temple situated. In 1810, this ancient temple built by LingaRajendra. This temple related to Lord Lguthappa (another name is Lord Subramanya).
Raja’s Seat Coorg (Places to Visit in Coorg)
In the town of Madikeri, these popular visitors place located. This Raja’s seat was the favorite of Coorg kings.
Tadiandamol Peak Trek
The Tadiandamol Peak has the second position in terms of height in Karnataka. The height of this peak is 1746 kilometers. This peak situated from Kakkabe town is 8 kilometers, and from Madikeri is 35 Kilometers.
Talkaveri Temple, Coorg (Places to Visit in Coorg)
This popular temple of Coorg situated in Brahmisri hill. This temple related to Lord Shiva.