Bangalore to Coorg distance is 265 Km via NH 48. Best time to visit Coorg is October to March. There is no railway station in Coorg but the nearest railway stations are in Mysore & Mangalore. Also, there is no airport in Coorg but the nearest airport is in Mangalore. Must visit places in Coorg are Abbey Falls, Dubare Elephant Camp, Golden Temple, Mallalli Falls & more exciting places.
This pristine haven set on coffee and cardamom laden hills has everything needed for an escape from city rumpus and daily life dullness. The Scotland of India with the misty landscape, superb weather and abounding natural beauty is a favourite destination for adventure lovers as well as to just relax and rejuvenate yourself.
This quaint hill station was ruled by many like the Gangas, Hoysalas, Cholas and lastly the British, who admired and preserved the beauty of this place and therefore it still stands today so unspoiled and serene for all who visit. Known as the Homestay capital of India, one can experience the best homestays in Coorg in the amidst of nature.
Staying with a Coorgi family is a package of a comfy room, tasty food, entertaining stories of Coorgi cultures and traditions and if you’re lucky they might even take you trekking. Coorg is paradise on Earth for every travel enthusiast. So don’t miss out on an opportunity to experience the best and be one with nature.