Coorg Is One Of The Mesmerizing Vacay Trip In South India|| Summer
Hi Guys, Today I came up with a new place which helps you to avoid this summer. Before that, Let me know how do you enjoy this winter season? But, I enjoyed it very well. In fact, I use to wake up too late as well as I overindulged in spicy and hot food which I like most. Until Feb it is good but from the march!. Just behold how bad weather seems day by day? Why because now its time to turn into summer which is a big deal for us to tolerate the sun heat. So to escape from the heatwave undoubtedly you can visit Coorg. Each season, Coorg has its own charm and will give you a special reason to visit. If you are planning a trip in the summertime, then you should dress in light cotton clothing. On a visit to Coorg, cover the awesome places like hill station, Golden Temple(Namrolling Monastery), Nagarhole National Park, White River Rafting in Barapole River, Abbey Falls to make your experience more memorable!
Abbey falls aka Abbi falls, is approximately 10kilometers away from the town of Madikeri. It is one of the most amazing tourist attractions around Coorg. Indeed, every year thousands of people visit this place for sure. Why because to hold the water cascade coming down from the cliff from a height of 70 feet which leave you in awe state. On the other side, you will sense the aroma of coffee plants, which tempts you to have a cup of coffee. Apart from that, some small mountains streams and Brooks join together to form one of the most wonderful waterfalls of South India and falling off its cliff as the water flows to join the River Kaveri or Cauvery as one of its tributaries. It is a perfect time for shutterbugs and tourist people to capture the real beauty and grace of the natural world.
Golden Temple(Namrolling Monastery) In Coorg:
Namdroling Monastery, situated at a distance of 60Km from the Kaveri Nisargadham. It is spread over an area of 80 square feet and was built from Bamboo which was donated by the Indian Government to the Tibetans in exile. In fact, the original name of Namdroling Monastery is Thegchog Namdrol Shedrub Daryeling. The monastery was set in 1063 by Kyabje Rinpoche, the 11th throne-holder of the Palyul school of Nyingma Tibetan Buddhism. So-called as “Golden Temple”, the monastery has awesome depictions and is flawlessly constructed. Here you will find three huge statues of Lord Buddha in unique avatars. It is rich in culture and heritage. Many ceremonies are held in the Namdroling Monastery every year amongst which the Tibetan New Year, which usually falls in February/March as per the lunar calendar, is celebrated with a lot of enthusiasm.
Nagarhole National Park In Coorg:
This place located in the Mysore district of Karnataka, It is one of India’s premier Tiger Reserves along with the adjoining Bandipur Tiger Reserve. Apart from that, you will found several natural warm, water spring, as well as a wide variety of flora and fauna. The national park has over 270 species of birds including the critically endangered Oriental White Backed Vulture, the Greater Spotted Eagle and much more. Animal lover’s and the visitor will certainly hold an unforgettable experience in Coorg. If you didn’t visit yet. Then don’t go without visiting this place, especially animal lover.
Timings:6:00 AM – 9:00 AM & 4:00 PM – 6:30 PM, All days open.
Indian (Adult): INR 50,
Foreigner: INR 150,
Still Camera: INR 50.
White River Rafting in Barapole River:
Don’t worry not only for site seeing. Coorg will also give an adventure experience too. Here that is, read this para to know about White River Rafting at Barapole River. It is a white frothy river with speedy waters and rapids, flowing through beautiful landscapes, makes for an ideal rafting experience. White water rafting is organized in Upper Barapole are called Kithu-Kakkatu River which is a strong catchment area for the monsoons, thus providing some of the most challenging stretches of rapids. Suppose if you did not have this adventure experience while visit, then we understand How much unluck you’re?
How To Reach:
Air: Mangaluru International Airport is the nearest airport to Coorg located at a distance of 135 kilometers. However, its international flights operate only in the Middle East. The Kempegowda International Airport (Bengaluru) is the most well connected international airport, which is located at a distance of 260 kilometers from Coorg.
Rail: The railway station located at Mysore, at a distance of approximately 95 kilometers is the nearest to Coorg. However, the distance between Mysore and Coorg is a little over 100 km which you can cover with a 2 ½ to 3-hour drive.
Best Time To Visit:
Coorg is one of the best places around, indeed throughout the year this place hold peaceful and cool climate which is a blessed and special characteristic to drag the attention of visitors at any time. To make a more memorable trip, I’m suggesting you visit the middle of Feb to May.
And Also Read: Best Places To Visit In Darjeeling This Summer.