The beautiful hill-station Coorg which is commonly called the Scotland of India is a spectacle of green hills, meadows and acres upon acres of coffee plantation. A misty air seems to pervade this place always and it only adds to the charm of the hill-station. The weather is pleasant all year round and a simple walk or drive around here will make one’s heart full with warmth and happiness. There’s something in the air about Coorg that makes it so easy to fall in love with it. Coorg is ideal for anyone looking for a holiday amidst nature. The closest airport and railway station to Coorg are the ones in Mysore which is 100 km away. There are buses which ply regularly from different parts of Karnataka to Coorg. While travelling around Coorg it can get pretty expensive as the attractions are quite scattered, hence if one is coming in from Bengaluru or Mysore hiring a car from the city would work out cheaper. If the only agenda on your trip to Coorg is to get away from the ruckus in the city, then one could opt to stay in the resorts present there which give guests the perfect getaway or hideaway option being quite isolated and in a lot of cases in the midst of coffee plantations. The resorts in Coorg are perfect if you are looking for a quiet trip and wish to avoid crowds. The resorts present in Coorg are for every budget with economical and luxurious options being available. If you’re looking to book a resort in Coorg you can have a look at the Treebo resorts in Coorg which are situated away from the town and guests can revel in the serenity and beauty of Coorg. The rooms in the resort come with all the basic amenities, a restaurant in the premises, and recreational activities for the guests to indulge in. There’s a lot to do in Coorg and one can go from wandering through coffee plantations to trekking to waterfalls or even feeding an elephant. Abbey Falls and Iruppu Falls are both mesmerizing to watch and while you have to take a short hike to get to Iruppu Falls you also get to bathe in the small pools after taking that trek up. If you’re interested in wildlife be sure to visit Nagarhole Wildlife Sanctuary and Dubare Elephant Camp where you can catch the animals in their natural habitats. For the thrill seekers there’s river rafting on the Cauvery river. To end your trip on a spiritual note you can visit the monasteries in Bylakuppe.
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