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Shiny

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2 reviewsPosted 3 years ago
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Beauty in the Lap of mother Nature-Coorg

I had visited Coorg in Aug 2015 for 4 days. Awesome climate & serene place. We stayed at Venu homestay in heart of Madikeri which was very reasonable for any budget traveller like us. The cost of stay was 300per person for a 2bhk home whchih is dead cheap. Visited Iguthappa temple, Chelavara Falls, Iruppu falls and Nagahole. We visited Dubare elephant camp, Golden Temple, Nisargadhama and Rajs Seat next day. Visited Omkareshwar temple, Rajas tomb, abbi falls, Talakaveri, Bramagiri hills and Bhagamandala. All the places are great but for Irupu and Nagarhole you needs to be there before 5 pm to visit the place. Dubare camp best time to visit is morning 9am -9:30am since its not that crowded and you can spend some time with the elephants. Bramagiri Hills is heaven on earth. Must visit place you need to take 350steps to walk from Tala kaveri but the view from the top will leave you bedazzled and speechless.

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Yash Shah

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6 reviewsPosted 3 years ago
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Relaxing Holiday - Some 'Me' Time for everyone

Coorg, out of all the hill stations I have been to, was the most peaceful one. Its just coming into the limelight, as a result of which, its not full of tourists or commercialised with tacky shops. If you are a couple or with family or with a group of friends then this place is ideal. It gives you plenty of 'me' time in-case you are visiting from a busy city like Mumbai. We stayed at Club Mahindra which is like 5 kms away from the town centre. Its great and we got the best service. A little on the expensive side if you don't mind spending. But overall, I would certainly rate it 5 stars.

There are plenty of places to visit nearby. Abby falls and Mandalpatti are really scenic and a must visit. The buddhist Golden temple was beautiful and very peaceful at the same time. We went to a nearby place for some river rafting but because the water level was low, we could only content ourselves by boating. Its a good experience too as we all jumped in the river after sometime. Nice refreshing experience, I must say.

There are a lot of restaurants around depending on your taste. We all preferred Neel Sagar in the city centre coz majority of us were vegetarians. The food is very reasonable and tasty. Do not miss the local South Indian food when you are out and about, specially the South Indian Thali, its yummy and nothing like you have ever tasted before!

There are plenty of coffee shops and spice shops if you want to do some shopping. I bought loads!! Do buy the coffee concentrate in a bottle, its worth buying and the famous Coorg honey, its delicious. Spices are fresh and worth buying. We went to some silk shops in Bangalore on our way back to home, but to be honest the ladies in the group weren't to impressed and ended buying nothing!! It was expensive and moreover you could get the same thing in the same price in Mumbai!!

Advice: If you aren't too keen on travelling by roads, then please get a flight to Mangalore as its closer to Coorg (3 hrs) unlike us. We took a flight from Mumbai to Bangalore as we wanted to do some sightseeing in Bangalore and Mysore on our way (Bangalore to Coorg - 6hrs). Its pretty hot during the day so carry your sunscreen. Also carry a light sweater or a jumper because it gets a bit chilly during the night. Mosquito repellent is a must as the place is in the wild!

Enjoy guys and hope you have fun too!!

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