Coorg is popularly known as the Scotland of India.
Due to the admirable beauty and the symmetrical upsurge of urbanization Coorg. It was the name given to this splendid place during the reign of British.
This one is for the coffee lovers. If you are a huge fan of coffee, then this is exactly the right place for you. The huge estates of coffee in Coorg are in abundance. The amazing thing is, Coorg is the largest producer of coffee in our country. You will definitely want to buy some coffee powders from the local stores to take back home from the largest producers.
It’s time for the religious tourists to feel happy. You will get to know about the sacred river Kaveri at Coorg. There is a place known as Talakaveri wherein a temple is built in the name of Goddess Kaveri.
Have you ever been fond of the Tibetan culture? If Yes, then this is the tourist attraction for you. You will find a whole community of Tibetans at the Bylakuppe near Kushalnagar. The Namdrolling Monastery is the religious place as well as the most visited place in terms of beautiful Indian destinations. A clan of around 70,000 Tibetans lives here. Grab this million dollar opportunity to learn more about Tibetan culture.
If honey makes you sweet tooth, then visit Virajpet which is one of the main towns in Kodagu. It is a serene sleepy town which is famous for honey. Feel proud to be at Asia’s largest producer of honey.
We suggest taking home coffee, honey, spices and homemade chocolates.
There is also something special for the people who believe in myths and legends. There is a temple famous for erasing the sins. Amazed? I was too! The Omkareshwara temple is believed to unveil all the secrets and wash away all the sins. The story behind this is that once there was a king who killed a Brahmin for his political benefits and soon the dead Brahmin became a devil who haunted the king. So, the king made the temple to fade away the haunted soul. This temple is the major attraction of the religious and curious tourists.
Coorg is also known as Kodagu. Earlier it was recognized as a state but now, has become a district. It is one of the smallest districts of Karnataka.
If you are fond of liquor, then you must know this! Kodagu is known for its varied tastes in liquor. This place is quite unique with a totally varied consumption habits and culture.