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October 18, 2013
The breathtaking natural beauty of Coorg earned it the nickname of "Scotland of India" during the British rule. Today this quiet and enchanting town is rapidly becoming a major centre of tourist attraction.
Tourist Attractions in Coorg
Coorg offers several regular and offbeat tourist destinations that guarantee a memorable stay. Some of the most recommended are:
Abbey Falls
Madikeri Fort
Omkareshwar Temple
Raja's Seat
Gaddige
Hotels and Accommodation
Accommodation options in Coorg are blessed with a captivating view of the surrounding natural beauty. Travellers have the option of regular lodges, or spoiling themselves with a stay in resorts, manors and estate hotels.
How to Reach Coorg
Coorg is not directly connected by rail or air. However, it can still be reached fairly easily.
rail
Rail
The nearest railway station is Mysore, which is about 100 km away from the Coorg district. Reaching Mysore by rail is no problem, as it is connected to all major cities across India.
road
Road
The best way to reach Coorg by road is from major cities of Karnataka, such as Mysore, Mangalore and Bangalore, which are 100 to 250 km away. Travellers can take connecting buses, which take 4-5 hours.
Air
Air
There are no airports in Coorg. The nearest option is Mangalore, which is almost 135 km away. However, air travel is still a practical option as the rest of the journey can be covered by road.
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