The 5 reasons you need to do trekking in coorg

Coorg which is also known as kodagu, is a beautiful region which is nestled amongst the western ghats in the Karnataka, India. Among the driving distance of the major cities like Mysore and Bangalore, this area is been the major draw for the leisure travellers. The primary reason means of income and sustenance for the people in coorg is agriculture, but the tourism is supplementing the economy well. Adventure Nest is for adventure travellers who enjoy nature expeditions. We are passionate solely on nature&travel around the globe. We conduct numerous Adventure Activities in Bangalore like Trekking, Mountain Biking, River Rafting, and Water Sports.

Best place for Coffee Trail and Plantation stays in India

Coorg is the best place for coffee plantation which requires a high altitude and also a steep stones. The first coffee estate is been established in the year 1854 by the Englishman called John Fowler, coorg is been the second highest coffee producing region in the India. Alongside coffee- pepper, cardamom and vanilla is been grown in these sprawling plantations. The coffee has been made from the undigested coffee beans in the civet and also cat dung. The civet cats are the free and wild, so picking civet dung and making coffee from it is a fun activity you can engage in. The major trails for trekking in Coorg are Thadiandmol Trekking, Iruppu Falls Trekking, Galibeedu to Subramania & Shanivarshante to Subramania.

 The unique Cuisine of the Region 

The coorg cuisine is tantalising on the palette and liberally flavoured with home grown spices. The unique cuisine is been influenced by the tradition, climate and locally available produce. The ancestors of Kodavas were an indigenous warrior tribe that liked to hunt wild boar for food, today it has been replaced by the domesticated pigs. While pork is a local favourite, chicken and mutton are also used. Rice and its various cooked forms is a staple, which comes as no surprise as paddy is grown in abundance here. Vegetarian dishes are made of bamboo shoots, wild mushrooms, jack fruit and raw mangoes are also common. Jaggery, coconut and local honey are often used to sweeten. Kachampulilocal vinegar used as a souring agent is indispensable in Kodava cuisine. In order to truly experience this cuisine one has to stay with a local family, restaurant food just doesn’t make the cut.

 Great place to go trekking and camping

Coorg district with its undulating mountains, waterfalls and evergreen shola forests is ideal for avid trekkers. At an elevation ranging from 4500 to 5800 feet, the landscape is diverse and breathtakingly beautiful. Thadiyandamol, Iruppu falls, Galibeedu to Subramania, Brahmagiri these are some of the popular routes. Apart from these popular routes, there are also several more known only to locals.  The region also has many camping sites, while some of them are well organised in private lands there are many wilderness sites too. Taking help of experienced guides is advisable as you could encounter curious wild animals. We conduct adventure activities like Coorg trekking, river side camping, night safari, river rafting, kayaking & canoeing, quad biking, fishing, birds watching, dubare elephant camp, zip-line or river crossing, dirt carting, snorkeling, rock climbing, camp fire, nature walk, night trekking, walk near plantations & many more.Your trip is never complete without Coorg trekking.

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Wildlife and Bird Watching

The mountainous terrain and large forest cover in Kodagu is a safe heaven for several bird and animal species. In all there are three forest reserves and one national park in Kodagu. The Pushpagiri forest reserve in the north is one of the most important bird sanctuaries in India. The yellow browed Bulbul, Pacific Swallow, Grasshopper Warbler, Orphean Warbler, yellow billed Babbler and many species of Owl can be found here. The popular Nagarahole national park is home to asian elephant and the majestic Tiger. Other famous residents are Leopard, Striped Hyena, Jackals, Axis Deer, Sambar, Mouse Deer, Four-horned Antelope, Wild Boar, Crested Porcupine.  Wildlife enthusiasts and photographers can enlist professional services of naturalists and conservationists who can take you on guided multi day tours through the forest reserves. Sanivarsanthe is a small village situated in somwarpet taluk. This trek is about 30-35 kilometers. This is the one of the best Coorg trekking trails which is famous for small waterfalls and animal behaviors.

 The Tibetan Monastery

Bylakuppe is one of the largest Tibetan settlement in India, more than 10,000 refugees are believed to be living in the protected area allotted by Goverment of India. There are several monasteries, nunneries, buddhist universities, meditation halls and temples in the area. The most famous of them all is the Namdroling Monastery, which receive thousands of visitors every year.  People spend time meditating, visiting the library and walking the grounds. One can also indulge in some authentic Tibetan cuisine in small restaurants in the area.

These are the reason to go trekking in coorg a very beautiful places. We at Adventure Nest have the professional team which conducts all kind of adventurous activities in Bangalore and near locations. We offer the best Coorg day outing packages and plan your trip with a creative theme.to know more about us visit www.adventurenest.com

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