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Treebo Vrindavan Coorg

Treebo Vrindavan Coorg

Sampigekatte, Somwarpete Road, Coorg

Hotels in Coorg

Coorg, also known as Kodagu, is a district that covers an area of 4102 square kilometres covering the Western Ghats and is a visual treat for anyone who visits. This tropical paradise is full of lush evergreen forests, hills and valleys, besides being a biological hotspot. The abundance of flora and fauna attracts wildlife enthusiasts, bird watchers and adventurers to experience nature in its untamed glory. Coorg can be visited throughout the year and is best during the monsoons, from July to October. The heavy rainfall and watching the monsoon clouds traverse across the Western Ghats is an awe-inspiring sight. Coorg, being one of the most popular getaways, has plenty of hotels and home-stays for people seeking various levels of comfort. Resort hotels are common and keep people close to nature while being on the pricier side of things. The home stay category among Coorg hotels is popular as they give a homely environment but do not provide the luxuries of a resort. Book hotels in Coorg online in advance as you plan the trip and have them ready to occupy as you arrive.

Treebo Hotels in Coorg

Treebo offers the best budget hotels in Coorg that are comfortable, and located in all the important places of the district and have prices that are easy on your pockets. These budget hotels in Coorg feature a full range of amenities such as 24-hour room service, parking, guest laundry, TV and DTH connection, free Wi-Fi, and a private bathroom with the best toiletries. Through Coorg hotel booking, you can effortlessly pick a hotel of your choice and enjoy your vacation for prices ranging from INR 2199-4699. The Treebo Oleander Serviced Apartments is a Coorg budget hotel that provides a home-like accommodation with a shared kitchen on each floor. The kitchenettes are equipped with a stove, microwave and fridge for all your cooking needs. Food can also be ordered from your room, and Treebo also provides a complimentary breakfast to the guests. The Wi-Fi is also free and has full coverage throughout the apartment. The hotel is close to the heart of Madikeri where most of the popular tourist destinations are. The hotel is less than 300 metres from the bus stand and close to all the popular tourist spots such as the Abby Falls, Raja’s Tomb and Omkareshwara Temple, to name a few.

Things to Experience in Coorg

Madikeri is a shopping destination and has a range of local specialities to try such as coffee, honey, homemade chocolates and spices. About 10 kilometres from here is the Abby Falls, a cascade formed by the Kaveri River, which is a captivating sight. The Raja’s Seat is considered one of the most scenic locations that offers a panoramic view of the hills as far as the eyes can see. The Talacauvery and Bhagamandala is a holy place 44 kilometres from Madikeri. Along with being the birthplace of the Kaveri River, it is also famous for its scenic beauty. Other places to visit include the Cauvery Nisargadhama, Dubare Reserve Forest and Elephant Camp and the Omkareshwara temple. If you’re looking to get a bite to eat, head to Malaya Restaurant or Athithi Restaurant for a delectable variety of cuisines to choose from. For authentic pandi curry and other mouthwatering Coorgi dishes, head to Coorg Cuisine or East End Hotel for a sumptuous meal. The Kushal Nagar Market and Friday Market are worth stopping by if you want to go shopping in Coorg. The plantations here are known for their coffee, so don’t head home without a fresh batch of your very own beans or freshly ground coffee powder, depending on what you prefer. The honey in Coorg is also highly praised, so don’t forget to pick some up if you can. The local shops store this, so you can easily purchase it. The hotels in Coorg, such as Treebo’s comfortable lodgings, offer the best chance for you to visit all the places scattered around the district and have an experience of a lifetime.