Coorg Virajpet Madekeri Trip #Karnataka

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27th Sep 2019
Photo of Coorg Virajpet Madekeri Trip #Karnataka by Akash Thakur
Day 1

Coorg, with its mesmeric natural beauty and quaint hill station environment, is known for having attracted tourists from all over India and even outside. Beautiful waterfalls, sprawling green landscapes, mystical mountain tops, and lovely flora and fauna are some of the attractions that make Coorg such a great location for a holiday. Be it a weekend getaway or an entire vacation, Coorg is a fascinating surrounding as a hill station, and you’ll soon find out why it is known as the Scotland of India.

Photo of Coorg, Karnataka, India by Akash Thakur
Day 2


Chelvara Falls is a natural waterfall formed by small stream, a tributary of Kaveri near Cheyyandane village which is on Virajpet - Talakaveri State Highway (SH 90) around 16 km from Virajpet, in the state of Karnataka, India.

Photo of Chelavara, Karnataka, India by Akash Thakur

Located only 1km from Madikeri, Abbey falls is one of the best place of Coorg. Spice plantations, coffee estates, rich green plains and the Kaveri river posing as waterfalls falling over huge rocks, Abbey Falls is a hike to admire for a long

Photo of Abbey Falls Madkeri, Abbey falls, madkeri, Hoskeri, Karnataka, India by Akash Thakur

Abbey waterfall

Photo of Abbey Falls Madkeri, Abbey falls, madkeri, Hoskeri, Karnataka, India by Akash Thakur
Day 3

It’s Shiva’s temple on the shore of kaveri river. Powerful deity and peaceful atmosphere. Old sculpture with nicely carved stories.Darshan would have been more enjoyable.When you see the temple, the first word comes to mind is huge.
Inside, there are many small temple's, besides the main temple. Lot of carvings , lot of sculptures. One can easily spend a day.

Outside ,there is a big Lord Shiva statue, nice open space and a garden.
The whole experience is pleasing.
If you are around Bengaluru or Mysore, don't miss this place.

Photo of Nanjanagudu, Karnataka, India by Akash Thakur
Photo of Nanjanagudu, Karnataka, India by Akash Thakur
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