A friendly warning to all concerned: One trip to Coorg (Kodagu) and it’ll haunt you for the rest of your life. You might leave Coorg, but Coorg will never leave you. Don’t blame us if you keep returning to it time and again.
Coorg is on the Western Ghats. Set amidst verdant valleys, imposing mountains and teak wood forests, this is one of the most beautiful hill stations you can visit. It lies on Karnataka's southwestern end; covering an area of 4,102 sq km.The River Cauvery originates here at Tala cauvery and is worshipped by the locals. Coorg’s Predominant entity is nature at its best.
Coorg is a dreamland of the Philosopher, one can be lost in nature by eye catching valleys, feel the power of silence with the cool breeze and the various rhythms of birds in lush green plantations , hill tops. Coorg is just a place for you to enjoy & to make an amazing weekend.
Coorg is considered rich with wildlife and has three wildlife sanctuaries and one national park: Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary, Talacauvery Wildlife Sanctuary, Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary and Nagarhole or Rajiv Gandhi National Park That’s Coorg for you- incomparable scenic beauty, lush green valleys, coffee plantations, teak wood forests & majestic mountain ranges. Add to that a strong, brave martial race of Coorgs (Kodavas) that reveres tradition, has a distinct culture and lives life to its fullest.
Coorg is situated on the Western Ghats of Karnataka in South India. For the adventurous at heart, it is an absolute treat. Coorg is also as trendy and happening as its close neighbour Bangalore.