Coorg Abbey Falls is 10 km away from the town of Medicery, western ghats. A walk on the hanging bridge is a must to get the mesmerising view of the falls. It was earlier known as Jessie Waterfalls by the Britishers in the memory of Medicery's 1st captain's daughter.
Coorg offers a lot to see and do,Coorg is known as ‘The Scotland of India’. It is the best place for nature lovers. The major attractions I Coorg are Abbey Falls, Talacauvery, Nagarhole National Park, Namdroling Monastry, Rajas’s Seat etc.
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Coorg Nagarhole National Park with its diversity of flora and fauna is one the best-known wildlife reserves in India. It houses multiple species of mammals, reptiles, crawlers and rare birds. The species include tiger, leopard, wild dog, jackal, grey mongoose etc.
Coorg Namdroling Monastery is also called the Golden Temple on account of the gold work done on every painting. It is 35 km from Medicery. The paintings here describe the Gods and Demons, culture and also some of the phases of Buddha's life.
Coorg Raja's Seat is the relaxing venue of the kings of Kodagu. here you can have a breathtaking view of the sun setting into the undulated mountains is mesmerising. There is, children's play area and a musical and colourful water dance show in the evenings.
Coorg Mallalli Falls is one of the most mystifying waterfalls in Coorg. It lies in the northern region of Kodagu district in Karnataka. The river water flows down towards Mangalore passing through Kukke Subrahmanya. It falls from a height of just 60 mt in 2 tiers.
Coorg Nisargadhama is a beautiful island off the state highway, just 2 km from Kushal Nagar and around 30 km from Medicery. It is a paradise for the nature lovers. It has a small sack house, a deer park, boating and elephant ride is a major attraction.
Coorg Dubare Elephant Camp is about 45 km from Coorg. It is a forest camp on the banks of river Cauvery. It offers rafting, boating, and much more. Here you can feed the elephants with ragi, jaggery, sugarcane, banana etc. It will be an unforgetful experience over here.
Coorg Bhagamandala is a pilgrimage place in Kodagu. It is popularly known as Triveni Sangam, it is on the banks of three rivers, Cauvery, Kannike and the sub terrain Sujyoti.
Coorg Omkareshwara Temple depicting both Islamic and Gothic architecture was built in 1820 by Lingarajendra as a dedication to Lord Shiva. There is a water tank in the temple that houses much fresh water fish and adds to the beauty of this temple.
Coorg Iruppu Falls is also known as Lakshmana Thirtha river. It is a major tourist attraction that attracts a large number of tourists every year because of its mesmerising natural beauty. It is also a pilgrimage spot. The Rameshwara temple is situated on the banks here.
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