Coorg, an administrative district of Karnataka and on the eastern slopes of the Western Ghats, is a tourists heaven for its enormous all-round natural beauty and charm. The town is covered with layers of undulating and mist-covered landscape, gushing waterfalls, twisty streams, long stretches of aromatic coffee bushes and green lemon grass plantations. Brimming over with wide variety of animal species and striking landscapes, it promises a perfect romantic getaway or a leisure holiday.
Coorg has innumerable tourist attractions, and the 18th century Madikeri Fort is one of them. If tourists can visit Raja's Seat to get a glimpse of green valleys and lush paddy fields, then River Cauvery and Dubare Reserve Forest would be a great combo. Talacauvery is visited for its peaks and two temples while the stunning Abbey Falls would be a picture-perfect spot.
Tourists in Coorg can visit the Omkareshwara Temple (popular for its mosque-like structure), the Dubare Elephant Training Camp (for host of elephant activities), and the Cauvery River for its Fishing & Angling of mahseer. Visitors can enjoy white-water Rafting at the Cauvery Nisargadhama, relish treks and fantastic views of the mountains at Kakkabe, enjoy serene ambience at Irpu Falls and Nisargadhama and can see coffee estates at Somwarpet.