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Coorg Traveller Guide

How to reach
By Air: Nearest airports to Coorg are Mysore, Mangalore and Bangalore. From Mysore, Coorg is 130 km away, while the Mangalore Airport is 145 km far and the airport at Bangalore is 260 km away.
By Rail: The nearest railway station is Mysore, Some 100 kms away.
By Road: Buses are frequent and connect Kodagu to nearby Karnataka cities such as Mysore and Mangalore, among others.

Coorg Reviews

Relaxing weekend from Bangalore
Sep 12, 2010 01:24 AM Read
This review is about two products - Coorg as tourist Destination; Tata Coffee Plantation Trails Coorg as tourist destination was a great place to be in. Best part about Coorg is that one doesn’t have to bother about covering tourist spots. In general, entire Coorg is a decent scenic place and...Read More

Coorg My first trip of engineering
Aug 23, 2010 01:31 PM Read
It was 5th march 2006 we played holy from morning 7 to 1 in the noon & went to bath in canal & came back around 2 & were resting in my friend room & started talking about what we have done in these 2 years of engineering life, till now we haven't thought of tripping around, so we(8 friends) deci...Read More

Kadkani River Resrt
Jun 25, 2010 02:04 PM Read
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Great weekend getaway place from Bangalore
May 23, 2010 09:17 PM Read
Coorg is about 5 hours away from Bangalore if you are driving your own vehicle. If you want to get away from the concrete jungle and the daily pains of living in a traffic and pollution then Coorg is the place to be. This is a total change in environment where the only sounds are the chirping of...Read More

Jan 25, 2010 09:37 AM Read
Coorg lies 252 km from Bangalore and 1525 m above sea level lies Madikeri, the district headquarters of Kodagu. Coorg or Kodagu(originally called Kodaimalenadu) means'dense forest on steep hill'. Dubbed as the Scotland of India, this town has a lot to offer to the tourist. Misty hills, lush fore...Read More

BEE HIVE - BeWare!
Jan 11, 2010 12:59 PM Read
If you want to enjoy the most beautiful hill station and smell coffee & spices you must visit Coorg. We went to a home stay after looking at the website but it was a place with full of surprises! So be cautious when you book a home stay. We had extremely disappointing experience at the home stay...Read More

A Short Trip To Coorg
Dec 23, 2009 11:56 AM Read
We r just back from a short trip to south india and coorg was our first stop. Let me tell u that "we" here refers to me, my hubby, my 2 yr old son and my in-laws. We started from banglore by our private vehicle at 7 am and took our first break at Kamat's Lokaruchi. It is on the way and ...Read More

Heaven in karnataka
Nov 17, 2009 06:35 PM Read
We are a couple from Bombay..Had heard about this place Coorg  from one of my colleague some years back, When planning for a vacation the place that came first to our mind was coorg, Since all other destinations around Maharashtra were already seen. Based on a review placed by some one we got...Read More

Jungle Lodges - Dubare Elephant Camp
Sep 17, 2009 06:35 PM Read
We visited Jungle Lodges - Dubare for two days in the first week end of Sep, 09. The elephants (ekadanta, ranjan and balaram), the guide (uday) and the attendants at the Jungle Lodges are incredibly great. Places of Interest: Janapada Loka Ruchi – A typical stop for good breakfast / lunch....Read More

Life in a crystal pot : Part IV
May 27, 2009 09:03 PM Read
I don’t hear any bird chant. It’s a different world altogether and I’m just stuck with work. There was a time we used to hunt. The time has dead and gone. I just got back from work and as I switch on this computer, my eyes got caught with a pretty snap. This snap has a lot to speak. It was taken...Read More

Alath Cad
Apr 22, 2009 03:55 PM Read
A lousy over priced, under serviced estate homestay. Full of mosquitoes and cobwebs. They have a generator that they do not turn on for concern of sound pollution. The location is wonderful though with the estate per se having plenty of beaten paths, a stream and some picnic spots. They would...Read More

Coorg- Perfect place to relax
Mar 30, 2009 04:03 PM Read
I visited Palace estate on 10th March 2009 along with my wife and parents. I think it was one of the best outings that I have had. My parents enjoyed their stay at Palace Estate as much as we did. I will write down all the things and places that we covered to reach Palace Estate:We were a gro...Read More

A one time sure visit place for all.
Nov 06, 2008 11:39 PM Read
I had already planned to go to coorg for diwali vacation with my family for five days. we took the netravati express from mumbai and reached kankanadi station(mangalore junction) we reached the next day at 7.20 a.m, from there we went by our booked indica car and the roads leading to madikeri (c...Read More

Of misty mornings and serene evenings
Aug 28, 2008 11:11 AM Read
A getaway is what I had hoped for when I, along with some friends zeroed in on the concept of visiting Coorg for a long weekend, and thankfully it didn't turn out to be overhyped like so many other places one gets to hear about.Dubbed as the Scotland of India, Coorg or Kodagu as it is locally kn...Read More

Coorg: Plantation Trails
Aug 01, 2008 01:33 AM Read
I was supposed to be in Istanbul for a marketing conference, but I couldn’t renew my passport within the stipulated time- so I was left alone in Bangalore while the rest of the team was sightseeing in a foreign land. However, I was adamant that even I should get out of the city- if not abroad th...Read More

Weather in Coorg 2008 Monsoon
Jul 19, 2008 06:41 PM Read
During normal monsoons, its very difficult to access many locations in Coorg. Coorg is a hilly region, and vehicles can have a hard time to be manoeuvred during monsoon. Be cautious before booking any hotel or homestay in a remote location during monsoons. It is advisable to stick to the towns l...Read More

Mercara Visit
Jun 09, 2008 08:33 AM Read
My wife and me visited Mercara, on june 1st to 3rd.Boarded a KSRTC bus from Mangalore, around 4.00 PM, reached Madikeri around 8 45 PM.Bus ride was rough.Having booked the hotel"CRYSTAL COURT' through the Net, it was easier.We went to the hotel.The stay was very comfortable, also the dinner was ...Read More

Holiday in Madikeri
Jun 08, 2008 08:46 PM Read
Our Holiday in Madikeri EditPosted on Jun 01, 2008 under General Our Holiday in Madikeri, Karnataka (also known Mercara) this summer was a very pleasant experience. The place is bestowed with nature's bounty and refreshes you totally. Rich in heritage and colonial architecture, the o...Read More

Coorg-Lovely Homestays
Apr 11, 2008 09:08 AM Read
We have visited Coorg in the first week of April-2008.  This is our second trip to Coorg , in the last 3 years.  This time we have spent  a couple of days in a homestay. We set out for journey at early morning from Banaglore to Mysore and then from Mysore we had a taxi book till our destinati...Read More

Coorg - Unexplored India Incredible India
Mar 30, 2008 07:28 PM Read
We were planning a break from hectic daily life and someone suggested COORG, a hill station situated near Mysore. It was really a trip to remember in the land blessed by Mother Nature. The main town is known as madikeri or mercara, with small towns like kushalnagar, virajpet etc. I had done e...Read More



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