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Coimbatore to Coorg Tour

Coorg is located in Karnataka, India, at an altitude of more than 1100 meter above sea level, and is one of the most beautiful hill stations away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Coorg is well known for its natural beauty and splendid temples. Coorg draws many travelers not only from different parts of the country, but from across the globe. Choose a Coorg Itinerary and enjoy your vacations in the beautiful hill station. You can choose from one of the Coorg Tour Packages that suites best to you.

Coorg is 195 kilometers away from Bangalore and 120 kilometers from Mysore. Special Coorg itineraries have been designed to meet all your needs and preferences. Tour Packages to Coorg cover Madikeri, Bangalore, Mysore, Wayanad, Calicut, Nagarahole, Coimbatore, Ooty, and Kodaikanal. Some of the Coorg itineraries that Keralahotelsandtours.com offers include Coorg Nature Paradise (Bangalore - Mysore - Coorg - Wayanad - Calicut), Coorg Jungle Delight (Bangalore - Mysore - Nagarahole(Kabini) - Bandipur - Ooty - Coimbatore), Coorg Paradise (Bangalore / Mysore / Ooty / Kodaikanal / Bangalore), and Mist and Dew - Coorg (Bangalore /Mysore / Coorg / Bangalore)

Sightseeing in Coorg

Abbi Falls , Brahmagiri peak , Iruppu Falls , Kaveri Nisargadhama , Madikeri Fort 
Nagarhole Park , Namdroling Monastery (Little Tibet) , Omkareshwara Temple ,
Padi Iggutappa Temple , Talakave

Abbi Falls 

abi falls

Abbi Falls, around 8 km from Madikeri, the capital of Coorg, is a sight that is truly stupendous; the spectacular sight of cascading water is an absolute treat for the eyes and the senses! Nestled amidst private coffee plantations, the Abbi Falls provide a striking contrast to the sylvan surroundings of Coorg. A narrow road winding through the green and dense foliage of surrounding coffee plantations leads to Abbi Falls. Situated on private property, a narrow pathway leads you downward to where the waterfall can be seen.

As various streams congregate in the mountains above, they swell with the monsoon rains and force their way down the mountain slope. Splashing hard against the huge boulders of rock, unmindful of the crevices and hollows, the water drops at enormous speeds accompanied by gushing sounds. This white wall of water creates a misty cloud with its moisture-like spray and descends into a flowing stream to perhaps join with the River Cauvery somewhere in the vicinity.

The gushing waters of the Abbi falls, tumbling down a rocky ravine, results in a deafening sound that can be heard from a distance. During the monsoon season, the Abbi swells with abundant seasonal rains with water plunging down the mountain slope at enormous speed. The locale is scenic but protective railings installed at the edge of the fall leaves the spot with hardly any space to sit around, thus, making it a not so favourable destination for picnics. However, go here to savour beauty in its most absolute and natural form!

Brahmagiri peak 


One of the most fascinating Kerala temples is the majestic Bhangandeshwara temple is situated at the convergence of the underground river, Sujyoti, Cauvery and Kanike. The temple has a copper roof with the exterior intricately carved with sculptures. On 17th October every year, devotees throng the region for a holy dip at Talacauvery or the origin of the seven holy rivers and to worship at the shrine. The origin of the river is at the top of Brahmagiri, 1535 mt. above sea level.

Iruppu Falls 

The Iruppu Falls is a sacred spot in South Kodagu on the Brahmagiri range of hills, with the river Lakshmana-tirtha flowing nearby. According to legend, Ram and Lakshman passed this way while searching for Ram's wife, Sita. Ram asked Lakshman to bring him some drinking water and Lakshman shot an arrow into the Brahmagiri, bringing into being the Lakshmana-tirtha.

Located near the falls, The Rameshwara Temple attracts a large congregation of devout pilgrims during the festival of Shivaratri. There is a belief among the people that the Iruppu possesses the power of cleansing and purging one's soul of its sins. On Shivaratri day, devotees bathe in these falls to absolve themselves of their sins.


Located beside the Nagarhole National Park, the Iruppu falls presents a majestic sight with water cascading down from a height of 170ft. There is a climb from the Rameshwara Temple up to the falls through a natural forest. This place can be visited from Gonikopal on the way to Nagerhole National Park by taking a detour after Srimangala, situated in the Kutta Road. Originating in the soaring Brahmagiri peaks, the Iruppu Falls become a part of the Lakshmana-tirtha River in the plains. During the monsoons, the Iruppu Falls swell with seasonal rainfall, making it the best time in the year to visit!

The roaring waters of the Iruppu coupled with the picturesque surroundings make it a great picnic spot. Easy access is available to the place with the nearest station at Mysore, which is approximately 120 km away.

ooty Packages and Deals

Ooty Hill Station Tour Package
Ooty to Bangalore
Ooty to Mysore

Chennai to Ooty
Coimbatore to Coorg
Ooty to Coorg

Kodaikanal to Ooty 
Ooty to Munnar
Ooty Honeymoon Tour

Special vacation Tour
Bangalore Mysore Ooty
Family Hillstation Package

Ooty to Hyderabad 
ooty tourist places
Golden Triangle Tour

South India Tour with Ooty
Tamilnadu tour with Ooty and Kodaikanal 
Wildlife Tour with Ooty

Special Holiday Packages
Ooty Nilgiris with Black Thunder
Mudumalai Wildlife Tour