Kodagu (Coorg) District, the erstwhile kingdom of the Hoysalas and Vijayanagar is a picture perfect hill station in Karnataka
that houses a treasure trove of diverse culture. Covering an expanse of 4102 sq. km, Kodagu (4000 m elevation) is encircled by Dakshina Kannada, Hassan, Mysore and Kannur District of Kerala state and Wayanad district of Kerala.
The 2001 Census quotes Kodagu's population indices at 5,48,561. This rural district's economy depends primarily upon agriculture, plantation and forestry. The coffee plantations and orange groves of Coorg are renown all over the world.
Kodagu District's pristine verdant forests and sun kissed terrains specked by snow white coffee blossoms captivate tourists. Bestowed with a resplendent history and traditional legacy, Coorg attracts tourists by the droves. The significant tourist spots include:
- Abbey Falls
- Igguthappa Devara Betta
- Kushal Nagar
- Triveni Sangam
- Nagarahole and the
- Western Ghats
Last Updated on : January 6, 2015