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The land of coffee and Cauvery

“It leaves you speechless and then it turns you into a story teller.”

A part of the mind does wonder if the legendary traveller Ibn Battuta composed these words after a visit to Coorg.

The land of Cauvery river, the heaven for coffee-lovers, we are talking about the Karnataka city that has been declared a world heritage destination by UNESCO. Located in the Western Ghats, with its picturesque locales, majestic mountains and serene plantations, Coorg is rightly called the Scotland of India.

A heaven for nature-lovers and adrenaline-seekers alike, it has a little something for everyone. From thrilling white water rafting to slumber-soaked evenings gazing at the sunset, this lush green land, also known as Kodagu, has a lot in its store.

Read on to explore and experience this rejuvenating countryside.

How to get there:

By flight: Distance from the nearest airports 

Mangalore-136 km

Bangalore- 260 km    

By train: Distance from the nearest railway stations

Mysore -120 km

Mangalore -136 km

By road: Distance from some major cities

Bangalore- 243.3 km via NH275

Chennai- 575.8 km via NH48 and NH275

Ooty- 235.7 km via Mysuru-Ooty Rd and NH275

Mysuru-107.5 km via Mangalore - Mysore Highway

Best time to visit:

Coorg enjoys a pleasant weather throughout the year. It mostly has a tropical weather making it an ideal holiday destination. However, during the monsoons, heavy rains may force some areas around Talacauvery to shut down. The most preferred season to visit Coorg is between October and May.

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Shopping in Coorg
You are not leaving the Land of Cauvery without packs of coffee, cardamom, and oranges! But what you might also love about the Scotland of India is that it is the land of the famous Coorg silk. Those bewitching, rich silk saris produced by generations of artisans are available in Coorg markets. Kushalnagar and Virajpet markets are some of the most-visited shopping hubs. Flea... .
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