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Mysore Coorg Tour Package

Mysore Coorg Tour Package with Price & Itinerary

Coorg also known as Kodagu / Scotland of India. It is located in western ghats of Karnataka. Coorg is a popular destination and considered to be heaven for nature lovers & adventure enthusiasts. It is one of the largest producers of coffee in India. Also, it is one of the places with the highest rainfall across the nation. The Mysore Coorg tour package tops the charts when it comes to choosing a holiday destination in South India. Coorg has pleasant weather through the year where the temperature ranges between 15-20 degrees.

General Awareness:

  • People of Coorg are very friendly with a cosmopolitan outlook and are known for their hospitality.
  • There is no Dress code or bar on any religion or caste or nationality for visiting temples
  • Considering Coorg has a pleasant climate, I would suggest packing a mix of lightweight and warm clothes to stay comfortable. Also pack comfortable shoes for trekking to explore the natural beauty of the place.

How to reach Coorg

From Bangalore, the most convenient way to Coorg is via car. It’s around 250 km (5 hours’ drive) from Bangalore. Coorg doesn’t have its own railway station/airport. So most people usually get to Mysore by train and then take buses/cabs to Coorg.

It’s a pretty straight forward route without any ghats (mountainous regions). You pass through Ramanagara, Mandya, Srirangpatna, and the famous Mysore.

About Coorg:

The aboriginals of the place are Kodavas. Apart from Kannada, the other two main languages of this hill station are Kodagu and Kodava. Coorg’s landscape stays misty throughout the year. The hills are covered in lush green forests and a landscape dotted with coffee plantations, tea gardens and orange groves, this hill station has breathtakingly stunning scenic beauty.

Best Time to visit Coorg:

The best time to visit Kodagu is between October to May

June -September to enjoy the heavy rainfall

Peak season for this hill station is within February to May.

Some of the Best Tourist spots in Coorg that you should consider while picking the Mysore Coorg tour package from TourTripX  :

1- Abbey Falls:

also known as Abbi falls or Abbe falls. It is a must visit for nature lovers and photography enthusiasts. It is located 8 km from Madikeri. Waterfalls are located between private coffee plantations with stocky coffee bushes and spice estates and trees entwined with pepper vines. Also there is a hanging bridge constructed just opposite the falls. Water Flow is much higher during the monsoon season. The best time to visit is the early winter season. The timings of the Abbey falls are from 9 in the morning to 6 in the evening and there is a minimal entry fee of INR 15 per person.

2- Namdroling Monastery:

Popularly known as ‘the Golden Temple’.  It was established by His Holiness Pema Norbu Rinpoche shortly after he came to India from Tibet. The Namdroling Nyingmapa Monastery is the largest teaching center of the Nyingma lineage of Tibetan Buddhism in the world. It is Located in Bylakuppe, part of the Mysore district, the monastery is home to a sangha community of over five thousand lamas (both monks and nuns), a junior high school named Yeshe Wodsal Sherab Raldri Ling, a religious college (or shedra for both monks and nuns) and hospital. The Tiny Tibetan colony in Coorg is an ideal escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. The enclosed calm and the spiritual ambiance of the place welcomes all the visitors. The Tibetan Monastery is located around 6 km from Kushalnagar. Apart from that, it is one of the popular sightseeing places in Coorg. This place draws the attraction of a large number of tourists every year. The major attraction of this place is the forty feet tall golden Buddha statue. The timings of the monastery are from 9 in the morning to 6 in the evening and there is no entry fee charged.

3- Madikeri Fort:

also known as Mercara Fort. It was first built by Mudduraja in the second half of the 17th century and he also built a palace inside the fort. Within the fort complex, one can explore various attractions including the palace, which now houses government offices and a museum. The museum showcases artifacts and relics related to the history of the region, including weaponry, sculptures, and coins. The museum is now maintained by the state archaeology department. There are other buildings as well inside the fort. These are Mahatma Gandhi Public Library, the Kote Maha Ganapathi temple and the district prison. Kote Maha Ganapathi temple is one of the temples which compete for the Madikeri Dasara festival. Madikeri fort is open all days of the week except Monday from 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM and there is no entry fee charged.

4- Omkareshwara Temple:

it is Hindu temple dedicated to lord Shiva and it is located in the heart of Madikeri. The architecture of the temple is very unique as it is a blend of Hindu and  Islamic Style. Based on the facts the temple was built  by Lingarajendra II to appease the spirit of a Brahmin whom he had unjustly executed. It is said that the Brahmin’s spirit haunted the king, leading to various misfortunes until the king built the temple as an act of penance. There is a tank in front of the temple known as ‘Kalyani’ which adds to the beauty of the place. People often take holy dip in the tank as part of their worship. Various festivals are celebrated  including Mahashivatri and Karthika Purnima. During the festive season temples witness huge crowds from all over the place. The timings of the temple visit is between 6:30AM to 12:00 Noon; 5:00PM to 8:00 PM. There is no entry fee for the temple.

5- Raja’s Seat:

it’s a huge semicircle pavilion built in the garden and placed in such a way that visitors can  get a best view of lush green valleys below. The garden was considered to be one of the favorite spots for the Kings to Kodagu as they loved spending some leisurely time with their Queens while watching the beautiful and colorful sunset. It is one of the picnic spots for the localite. Raja’s seat is situated in the middle of the garden called Gandhi Mantap. It was built in the memory of Gandhi. In 1934 Gandhi visited Coorg to address the locals. Every year Coorg celebrates 30th January as Sarvodaya Diwas. It is the day when Gandhiji was assassinated in 1948. . The best time to visit Raja’s seat is from October to March. It is the time when flowers bloom and the garden looks very beautiful and pretty. Would suggest visiting the place during weekdays as we witness huge crowds over the weekends. The ideal time to visit the place is during sunset or the sunrise as the view is mind-blowing. There is a minimal entry fee of INR 5 to visit the spot. If you are willing to enjoy the toy train ride you will need to pay an additional amount of INR 20. The timings to visit Raja’s seat is from 5:30 am in the morning to 8PM. Also there is musical fountain light show timings being 7pm on weekdays and 6:45 pm to 7:20 pm on weekends.

6 – Chiklihole Reservoir:

The reservoir mainly contributes towards the region’s agriculture and tourism sector. Dam was constructed on one of the tributaries of river Cauvery. It helps in water storage and management since the Dam receives ample amounts of water flow during monsoon season. The best time to visit the Dam is during the month of June to March. The area around the reservoir is bestowed with rich Flora and Fauna of the forest.  It has a beautiful sunset viewpoint. Visitors can also explore boating over this place. The Monsoon and winter not only have a pleasant climate but also the Dam has more water during this time. There is no entry fee to the reservoir. The timings of the visit is from 8 in the morning to 5 in the evening.

7- Dubare Elephant Camp:

It is located on the banks of river Cauvery. It is a must visit place for the elephant lover in you. The place is known for its distinct elephant training and conversation activities. It gives visitors an opportunity to closely interact with the Elephants, observe their daily routine activities and also gives you a chance to participate in Elephant bathing and feed them. Currently the state’s forest department has around 150 elephants across various camps. Elephants in this camp were mostly trained for the famous Mysore Dussehra. The place is open throughout the year. The camp also offers Birdwatching and River rafting. Bears are also seen in these forests. The forest is also home to many non-venomous snakes and reptiles. Kingfishers, peacocks, woodpeckers, can also be found in the forest. Monsoons (July to mid-September) are heavy, but the swollen river makes it all the more interesting and the surrounding foliage is alive and vibrant. The post-monsoon months (mid-Sept to beginning March) are the ideal time to pick the Mysore Coorg tour package. Summers are pleasant, since the camp is located in sylvan settings. Below are the charges of the camp

For Indians:

Entry: Rs. 20 per Person

Boat: Rs. 30 per Person

Elephant Bathing: Rs. 100 per Person

Elephant Feeding: Rs. 50 per Person

Elephant Ride: Rs. 100 per Person

Day Visit: Rs. 1600 per Person (inclusive of camp activities, lunch, tea/coffee)

For Foreigners:

Entry: Rs. 50 per Person

Boat: Rs. 30 per Person

Elephant Bathing: Rs. 200 per Person

Elephant Ride: Rs. 200 per Person

Elephant Interaction: Rs. 885 per person

The Best Local Cuisine of Coorg must try while on the Visit:

1- Kadambuttu :

It is a famous Coorg Food which is made with Rice flour. It is mostly served during festivals and special occasions. Most people eat with spicy meat or vegetable curry, such as pork curry, chicken curry, or bamboo shoot curry. It can also be eaten with a spicy chutney or pickle.

2- Bamboo Shoot Curry:

It is a flavorful and aromatic curry made with bamboo shoots, a local delicacy in the region. It is served with Akki roti.

3- Nuuputtu or Noolputtu :

It is a traditional breakfast made with rice flour and coconut. Served with spicy curry made with chicken, pork, or vegetables. It can also be eaten with a sweet coconut milk sauce or sugar and grated coconut. Although Nuuputtu is on the breakfast side of the Coorg cuisine menu, you can enjoy it as a snack or a light meal. It is a healthy and filling dish, high in carbohydrates and fibre.

4- Kumbala Kariya Kadubu or Kuleputtu

It is typically a sweet dish made with Jackfruit and rice flour.

5- Pandi Curry: 

Pandi Curry is a non-vegetarian Coorg specialty food made with pork. It is a spicy and flavourful dish often served with rice or Akki roti.

6- One should also try the famous filter coffee made with locally grown coffee beans.

7- One must also try Kodava Style Homemade Wine made from fruits such as grape, blackberry and  passion fruit.


Coorg promises to provide an unforgettable journey through lush landscapes, misty hills, coffee plantations and rich cultural heritage. It also offers a tapestry of experiences that will linger in your memories long after you’ve bid farewell. So pack your bags, set out on the winding roads, and let Coorg weave its magic on you. Your journey to this paradise awaits with the Mysore Coorg tour package., where every moment is a testament to the beauty of life and the wonders of Mother Nature. However we offer exciting tourism packages. If you are looking for Mysore Coorg Tour Package and also any customized coorg package please do contact us for more details. 

Package details:

5 Nights 6 Days Karnataka Tour Package (tourtripx.com)

3 Nights 4 Days Karnataka Tour Package (tourtripx.com)

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