Cascading down from a height of 70 feet, Abbey Falls is truly a sight to cherish.
The religious significance of this cascade and its name, Lakshmana Tirtha Falls, has roots in the epic Ramayana.
Though a seasonal waterfall, Mallalli Falls is definitely worth visiting if you’re planning a trip to Coorg during the rainy season.
Wish to spend your leisure time as the royals did? Head to Raja’s Seat, one of the best Coorg tourist places.
For the adventure enthusiasts, trekking through the verdant trails of Brahmagiri Hills is perhaps one of the best things to do in Coorg.
When you’re around Kushalnagar, do not miss out on the beautiful Harangi Dam.
A part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, Nagarhole National Park is a must-visit in Coorg for its varied flora and fauna.
The beauty of Mandalpatti is best defined by its name, which translates to ‘market of cloud’ or ‘mist’ in local language.
It won’t be an exaggeration to say that your trip to Coorg would be incomplete without a visit to the Dubare Elephant Camp.