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Coorg Place

Coorg, a name synonymous to coffee and spices is an ideal place to unwind on vacations. With its undiluted landscapes, lovely waterfalls and luxuriant flora and fauna, it has a lot to offer the tourists.

 Brahmagiri Peak: Trek through the forested woods, grasslands and sparkling streams of clear water to make your way to the mist-topped hill i.e. Brahmagiri Peak. It is one of the most beautiful places to see in Coorg, and every year thousands of tourists make way to Brahmagiri Peak to enjoy the nature at its best.

 Dubare Elephant Camp: If you are an animal lover, then you must head to this elephnat camp. With over 150 elephants, visiting the camp is a great way to know these enchanting creatures.

 Iruppu Falls: Located in Brahmagiri Hills, Iruppu Falls is one of the most popular waterfalls in Coorg. Owning to its location and ease of accessability, it is visited by tourists in great numbers.

 Nagarhole National Park: If wildlife is what intrigues you, Nagarhole National Park is for you. Here you can see the majestic Tiger, Jungle Bison, Sloth Bear and the Asiatic Elephant roaming freely in their abode. Despite the dense jungle, the park is open along the river to watch animals and over 270 species of birds.

 Chettalli: This is a small village on the Madikeri – Siddapur Road and has the less trodden pathways. The road leading to the village has unending greenery which makes for an amazing view and you can capture some of the beautiful landscapes.

 Namdroling Nyingmapa Monastery: Situated in Bylakuppe, this monastry is one of the 10 must-see Buddhist Monasteries in India. The ideal time to visit this place is during the festival of Losar i.e. the Tibetan New Year.

 Raja’s Seat: This is a popular sunset point with a breathtaking view of the green valley. The place is surrounded by a beautiful garden and musical fountains, which lure tourists throughout the year. It is said thet nowhere will you see beautifully blooming flowers as you see in Raja’s seat.