Top Attractions To Visit In Coorg

Written By

Ruchika Mndora

If you are interested in the teachings and ideals of Tibetan Buddhism, this is a must-see location. The monastery's exact location is Bylakuppe.

Namdroling Monastery Bylakuppe 

Tadiandamol peak is the highest point in the Coorg hill station. With an elevation of 1748 meters, the peak ranks third in Karnataka.

Tadiandamol Peak

The glorious royal past of Coorg's hill station will be revealed to you during your visit to the Madikeri fort.

Madikeri Fort

The beauty of these cascading waterfalls can be found 8 kilometers from the center of Madikeri.

Abbey Fall

Barapole river is a Coorg must-see. The river's Class II and Class IV rapids are thrilling and dangerous.

Barapole River

This top-rated Coorg tourist destination is called the "Seat of the King." The name comes from the fact that many Coorg rulers once visited the area.

Raja’s Seat

It is associated with the Brahmagiri hills. The translated meaning of Nishani Motte is "euphoria."

Nishani Motte

Brahmagiri Hills in Coorg is the place to soak up the Western Ghats' loveliness. This is a natural therapy to learn to live in harmony with nature.

Brahmagiri Hill

The Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary is a proposed World Heritage Site, so you should visit it.

Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary

The Rajiv Gandhi National Park is another name for this national park. The park first opened its doors in 1988.

Nagarhole National Park