Coorg, situated in the Western Ghats of the Sahyadri Mountains in South Western Karnataka presents sufficient holidaying options taking into account a wide range of tourists. From waterfalls to thick forests to rivers to adventurous trekking routes to caverns to forts to museums, Coorg Tourism has a wide range of options to keep its tourists engaged all through their visit.
The uncommonly rich flora and fauna can be seen from the way that Coorg has three wildlife sanctuaries specifically Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary, Talakaveri Wildlife Sanctuary, and Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary, and one national park in particular Nagarahole or Rajiv Gandhi National Park. This adds significantly to the Coorg Tourism.
Coorg is very much associated with all methods for transportation like airways, streets, and railroads. Coorg has situated a distance of 120 km from Mysore, 155 km away from Hasan, 135 km away from Mangalore, and 250 km from Bengaluru.
Coorg Tourism offers mouth-watering foods too. Some of the dishes that you should attempt are Kadumbuttu (Rice Dumplings) Koli Curry (Chicken Curry) Nool Puttu (Rice Noodles) Bamboo Shoot Curry (Bamboo Shoot Curry) Votti (Rice Roti).