Coorg, the beautiful tourist destination in Indian state Karnataka, is known as Scotland of India because of its attractive landscape, healthy climate and lush greenery. People, especially the newly married couple, visit this place to have a good family vacation. Coffee and rice plantation are frequently seen in this city.
Positioned on the eastern slope of the Western Ghats at an altitude of 3000 feet above sea level, the city covers an area of 1584 square miles. Coorg has a distinctive cosine as the people living here use coconut curry leaves and tamarind local in rainy seasons. Another highly popular dish, Kadumbuttu is highly preferable during birthdays, weddings.
Do you think the people of Coorg are socially backward? If yes, we invite you to visit the Scotland of India once. No celebration, whether it is a birthday or a wedding, can be completed without the use of wine and other alcoholic beverages. When it comes to alcohol consumption, both male and female considered equal. Toddy the most like alcohol drink made of locally coconut tree.
The curricular activity vicinity of the city is very interesting. Kushalnagar is a small town in Coorg which is famous for elephant training camp. North Indian people consider it as Kashmir of South whereas the foreigners call it Scotland of India. Mind-blowing climate and scenic beauty are making this city more beautiful. You will find this beautiful combination throughout the year except in monsoon. Its great geographic location makes it among the preferable tourist destinations. Apart from trekking, you can also indulge yourself in golf, rejuvenation, watching birds at three different locations.
What are the famous things to see in Coorg?
- Thadiyandamol Hills
- Cauvery River
- Tadiandamol Peak
- Brahmagiri Hill
- Chelavara Falls
- Iruppu Falls
- Mallalli Falls
- Namdroling Monastery
- Dubare Elephant Camp
- Nagarhole National Park
Nagarhol National Park in Coorg is one of the famous national parks in India. The rich biodiversity is flora and fauna of this place. This national park is home to multiple species of plant, mammal, reptiles and rare birds, tiger, Asian elephant also found here in this park. According to national forest survey of India report over 270 species found here in which vulnerable species like a white-backed vulture, Nilgiri wood, pigeon and many others. The national park must be in your visiting list while travelling Coorg.