I have always heard about this place and its beauty over the past few years. I always wanted to visit Coorg to experience it all by myself. So I planned this trip with my colleagues who were equally excited and we were all ready to explore this paradise in South.
Planning this trip was even more exciting and challenging as I had a group of 22 people accompanying me. However, it was not that cumbersome as I had help from two of my friends (Siddhesh and Shivani) who made sure that I was not burdened with all the responsibilities. They also owe the credit of finding our stay at Coorg.
Coorg or Kodagu as it is officially known now is a startling land in the heart of the southern Indian peninsula. It is situated on the slopes of the Western Ghats. This tiny district in the state of Karnataka is the largest producer of Coffee. This place does not have the luxury of connecting via train or air. Hence, one can reach Coorg only by road way which makes the journey even more blissful as the road leading to this landlocked country has lush green trees and exotic scenery in abundance.