Coorg is one of the most popular hill stations in South India tourist destinations of modern India. The city is wrapped up with mystic hills, pleasant atmosphere, lush greenery and warm hospitality of the people.
Explore 4 Day Travel Trip to Coorg from Banglore to the fullest with the following itinerary:
Travel Day 1
It is best to travel Coorg from Bangalore (248 KM). Catch an early morning flight to Bangalore and then it is a 6 hours drive. There are some exotic resorts at Pollibetta, an area near to the tourist spots of Coorg.
Some of the best resorts are located over the cliff and hence you can open your eyes to the first rays of the sun here. These hotels come with modern amenities with swimming pools and the staffs are also hospitable.
After having lunch and some rest, you can set off to visit the rich flora and fauna of South India Region at the Nagarhole National Park.
The safari rides are available from 6 am to 8 am and again from 3 pm to 5 pm.
Enjoy a thrilling jungle safari to view the grazing herd of deer, baby elephants playing in the Forest Rivers while the ferocious tigers and panthers are found resting at the shades of the large trees.
Return back to the hotel to experience a different kind of evening sitting around the bonfire, relaxing to the soothing local music. Dinner is available at the hotel.
Travel Day 2
Today after breakfast you can walk through the plantations of the quiet hills; rejuvenate yourself with the aroma of the freshly brewed coffee, cardamom, pepper, and honey.
The expert plantation managers provide valuable information about different kinds of spices, like Arabica and Robusta.
Mid-morning is the time for some adventure. Enjoy water sports at Coorg with the help of expert instructors at a decent price of ₹800 to ₹1250.
River rafting at Barapole washes away your stress; the rapids of this river range from 5 km to 6 km. Your next destination is to the holy spot of Iruppu Falls.
The cascade here flows to meet the major rivers of Lakshantirtha, Ramantirtha, and Cauvery.
Spend some moments just with yourself at Brahmagiri Hill, an exquisite natural setting.
Relish the local Kodava cuisine of hot Akki Otti and Oduputtu here.
Rice noodles with chicken curry of Coorg are an eternal dish, bearing the rich flavor of the local spices.
Travel Day 3
Dedicate this day to the rich culture and heritage of Coorg. After breakfast leave for Madikeri to pay homage to one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva at the Omkareshwar Temple.
Built in the 19th century, this shrine is a fusion of Gothic and Islamic architectural designs. The sanctum is located at the banks of River Narmada and hence visitors can also enjoy boating here.
Your next visit is to the birthplace of River Cauvery, Talacauvery; a bath in the pious waters is believed to cleanse the soul.
Climb 400 steps to the hilltop to get a breathtaking view of the picturesque surroundings. There are a couple of nice restaurants here where you can satisfy your taste buds with the local delicacies or with international cuisines.
Today you can halt at Madikeri, which also has some amazing resorts. The bewitching beauty of the place transforms your vacation into a heavenly journey.
Travel Day 4
Reserve next morning to be at the Dubare Elephant camp. Care and play with these cool creatures or ride on them to feel like a king.
Spent the rest hours of the day at the Tibetan Monastery of Namdrolling. Rejuvenate your inner strength spinning the prayer wheels or chitchat with the ever smiling monks to spend some best moments of your life.
A vacation to Coorg can completely be filled with peace, love, and beauty. The ecstatic beauty of the place will beckon you again and again to Coorg.