An unforgettable holiday destination in India

Trekking in BangaloreAre you looking forward to have vacation blast this winter with your family and friends?       

Going on vacation is supposed to be fun and relaxing, but the planning part of it can leave you feeling overwhelmed and stressed. To take the hassle out of planning your unforgettable trip away this winter. Even after dozens of choices among the places you still don’t know which one is worth visiting. Let’s make it very simple for you.

How about visiting Scotland in India?

Does this sound strange to you? Scotland in India? Yes, you heard it right. Coorg also known as Kodagu, is a hill station situated in Karnataka which is said to be the Scotland of India and favourite place for trekking near Bangalore. It is well-known for its coffee and tea plantations. Due to its splendid beauty and cool setting of the hill station it experiences a tremendous tourist inflow. It is situated at an altitude in the range of 3500 ft above sea level. Nestled among abundant greeneries of the Western Ghats, Coorg offers unmatched beautiful vacation to tourists.

What makes Coorg the dream destination?

The handiwork of nature, caring Cauvery the mother of coorg, the heady aroma of coffee, exotic pepper and the greens of paddy. It is an awesome place for ancestor lovers who fall in love with the magic of nature and the dancing forests, Sprawling green and magical waters. There is no better host than a kodava or a better place than Coorg. Get close to Coorg, The heartthrob of Karnataka Coorg/Kodagu is a district within Karnataka state which is multi faceted as a tourist destination.

Coorg is considered a wonderful summer retreat to get away from the hot summer days in downtown cities and other parts of India. A beautiful hill station of Karnataka with a cool temperature of max-15 degree in summer and min 3 degree in winter. Pleasent and moderate climate of Coorg attracts tourists all round the year but the best season to visit Coorg is from October till May.


This is the ideal period for sightseeing heavy rains during monsoon, other places to go around coorg are Somwarpet, Bhagamandala, Iruppu falls, wildlife sanctuary, Tadiandamol, Brahmagiri and Pushpagiri peaks in Coorg are quite challenging for the trekkers, but the natural beautiful surroundings are worth all the effort and hard work. You can also visit dubare elephant camp where you can follow the herd and capture the beauty which will make you feel loved like never before.

Coorg offers many electrifying outdoor activities like angling, fishing, trekking and golfing for the travellers. Tourists can avail of a whole range of refreshing ayurvedic packages, with 30-minute sessions starting at around Rs400. Many well furnished, highly luxurious hotels and resorts around Bangalore and in Coorg are available for tourists, and you can book them to house yourself online.

Coorg is well connected by busses from all over Karnataka particularly it is connected to the major cities like Mangalore, Mysore, and Bangalore. Coorg can be visited all through the year. However, keep a look at on the heavy monsoon days. October to May is ideal for sightseeing and outdoor visits. June to September is good for short trips and indoor activities.


So, pack your bags and have a nice trip.

There are 2 comments left

  1. Jeff /

    Sounds like great places. I have never been in India, can’t wait to visit this country some days.

  2. Ronie /

    It is not just Scotland of India but its Switzerland of India too. Every bit of this place gives sheer pleasure. Foggy hills are treat to watch.

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