Scotland of India: Coorg

Kodagu, Karnataka.

Coorg, also known as ‘Scotland of India‘, is a mountaineous and regulative district in Karnataka. It is situated midway between Mysore and the coastal town of Mangalore. This land is also famous for its rainforests and spices.

Coorg lives up to its name with luring amalgamation of history, luxury, adventure, mouth-watering cuisine. Located along the western ghats, this famous coffee-producing hill station is well-known for its jaw-dropping ravishing scenery and opulence.

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Stunning mountains, the cascade of falling waters, and eye-feasting view of the flora and fauna, this place is indeed a perfect holiday destination for people who need an escape from their monotonous 9-5 hectic life. Much-acclaimed to be the preferred destination for trekking sports and white water rafting, Coorg qualifies to be the perfect location for the thrill-seekers.

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Rolling Hills

Lined by the Western Ghats, Coorg boasts of some of the most exotic ecosystems. The flora and fauna that flourish in the several hill ranges found here make Coorg one of the most sought-after natural retreats. Karnataka’s fourth highest peak, Tadiandamol, and other hills of the Pushpagiri and Brahmagiri ranges are absolutely an adventurer or naturalist’s delight. 

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Refreshing Greenery & Gushing Waterfalls

The ‘Land of Cauvery’ has vast expanses of the country’s most exotic spices and world class coffee growing here. The varying hues of green in the delicate pepper vines amidst the sprawling coffee plantations and scented cardamom fields offset by the gurgling Kaveri and its tributaries that plunge to form glorious waterfalls, makes Coorg a joyous place to be in!

Regal Warrior Culture and Heritage

The Kodava clan are the indigenous denizens of Coorg with a valiant history and a rich, deeply rooted legacy. Their courageous and fierce warrior-like traits are evident in not just their attire and weapons but cuisine and local customs as well, although it’s the nobility that truly shines through these people!

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Perfect Weather All the Damn Time

Being a hill station, one would expect Coorg to have pleasant weather, but what sets it apart from several other hill stations in India is that despite being in the tropics, it’s a favourable holiday spot at any given time of the year. We’d still suggest that you head down here to enjoy the monsoons with the valley bursting into fresh greenery and the aroma of coffee blossoms hanging in the air *dreamy sighs*!

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Enchanting Forts & Palaces

The former kingdom of Kodagu has had a long line of warrior kings which obviously means there were forts and palaces constructed in the typical Kodava style which add to the unique beauty of this place. The Madikeri Fort, which also houses the Madikeri Palace, and the Nalknad Palace are just two examples of the ancient royal architecture that has stood the test of time and are important archaeological sites to this day.

Quaint Colonial Estates

The history of Coorg isn’t martial alone and owes much to the British settlers who cultivated the coffee culture here (don’t miss the Plantation Trails by Tata Coffee) and set up picturesque homes in the middle of these large estates. The romance of Coorg is heightened by these quaint bungalows and often attract scores of tourists for a taste of the colonial lifestyle without the cons of it, of course. In fact, it was the nostalgic Britishers themselves who fondly called this slice of heaven the Scotland of India.

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