Hello shweta , I'll be happy to answer your travel queries from my experience.
*You need at least 3 days for a leisure tour of Coorg. A 2 day itinerary is a bit packed, but still reasonable. Having said that there are many tourists who visit as a day tripper from the nearby cities, though it is very hectic. Coorg is a lot about soaking yourselves in the ambient than sight seeing.
*The best time to visit Coorg is during the summer months between March and June. The best months are March and April, when the day time temperatures are comfortably hot. The valleys are shrouded in a mist, and you can go trekking, cycling or simply walking all about.
*Besides coffee and spice plantations, Coorg is also famous for its juicy and pulpy oranges. Coorg oranges are unique because they are easy to peel off and carry a tinge of citric tang and sweetness in them. Local chocolates and homemade wines are also a speciality here. *Coorg is currently facing a crisis due to the ravage caused by heavy rains. It is best not to go to Coorg because the roads are inaccessible and also, authorities will be busy rebuilding the place from scratch. Instead, you can visit other places in Karnataka like Hampi, Mysore, and Gokarna for example.
*Coorg is known as the Scotland of India because of the striking similarities between the two places in terms of geography, terrain, architecture, atmosphere, climate and numerous fresh water bodies.
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Top tourist attractions are: Nagarahole national park, Abbey falls, Mandalpatti view point, Bylakuppe Golden temple, Dubare elephant camp. You can stay at the following places: Orange County Club Mahindra Jungle camp Heritage resorts