2 Nights Itinerary Covering: Bangalore - Coorg - Bangalore
Put Coorg on your bucket list of 2 nights and 3 days short weekend getaway from Bangalore. Explore the hills laden with aromas of coffee and cardamom. The Scotland of India, Coorg beacons you to step inside the stunning greenery. Bask in the salubrious climate of Coorg even in summers due to its staggering elevation of 1,150 m (approx.). Imagine yourself in the surroundings where the falls cascades from the height of 70 feet and you are enjoying its rhythmic sounds. Coorg or call it the hill region of Kodagu is the big hit amongst the tourists. Therefore, Tourism of India has handcrafted an ultimate 2 nights and 3 days Coorg from Bangalore itinerary for couples, backpackers, leisure travelers, or family tourists. When we say ultimate, we mean it! There is an awful lot of experience packed into this one.
You will be visiting the 19th century Madikeri Fort, Kerala, and Islamic architecture Omkareshwara Temple built-in 1820, visit Raja’s Seat for city views. A lot of other experiences or activities are waiting for you in Coorg. To discover them, browse our suggested itinerary and then put your wonder into wanderlust on a 2 nights and 3 days trip to Coorg from Bangalore. You are covered with meals, sightseeing, transfers, and accommodation. If you wish to customize this package to have full control over your vacations, request a tailor-made itinerary to Coorg from Bangalore today! Have a look at our suggested itinerary!
Welcome to the Silicon Valley of India, Bangalore. According to the discussion, you will be welcomed by our representative cum-driver outside the railway station or airport. Enjoy the warm welcome because you will be ushered to the Coorg hotel via a comfortable private vehicle. The drive to Coorg from Bangalore is a rewarding experience for those who love lush greenery on both sides of the roads.
Once you reach Coorg, complete the check-in formalities. Refresh by taking a bath or taking a nap to remove stress. In the late afternoon or early evening, head to Abbey Falls which is snuggled amidst private coffee and spice estate. This is a waterfall that demands a short hike. If you are a couple, a visit to Raja’s Seat for spellbinding views of the Coorg will fill your heart with romance.
After such a wonderful day, return to the hotel for overnight sleep followed by dinner.
Distance from Bangalore to Coorg: 270 kilometers (approx.)
Travel Time: 6 hours (approx.)
Travel Tip: Try to reach Bangalore as early as you can so that you can cover the Madikeri Fort visit and Omkareshwara Temple on the same day! Else, include them in your full-day sightseeing for the next morning!
Today, your full-day is reserved for Coorg local sightseeing. Relish a hearty breakfast at your hotel and step into your wandering shoes to bask in the splendor of Coorg! Start your 2nd-day expedition with a visit to Bhagamandala, tucked at the confluence of the Cauvery and Kanika river. Moreover, another river, Sujyothi joins from the underground. Also, you will be spending a few hours at the birthplace of river Cauvery - Dakshin Kashi at the foothills of the Brahmagiri Hills.
From there, we will get back to Madikeri Fort which went into several stages of revamping under Tipu Sultan, Linga Rajendra Wodeyar II, and then the Britishers. Admire the Gothic Style Anglican church inside the fort and tour the Mahatma Gandhi Public Library, the Kote Maha Ganapathi temple within the fort. Thereafter take a sacred stroll around the pool of the Omkareshwara Temple for spiritual awakening!
Culminate your day by returning to the hotel. Have your delicious dinner and retire for an overnight sleep.
Travel Tip: Keep cash in hand with you as due to tourist influx you can’t expect to have ATMs drenched in cash everywhere at Coorg!
Your 2 nights and 3 days Coorg package wraps up today! Wake up early in the morning to indulge in a mouthwatering breakfast at the hotel and then check out. You will be taken to Dubare Elephant Camp before 8:30 AM. Located on the banks of the Cauvery River, here dozens of elephants reside and are taken care of! Feed them and groom them. Moreover, you can watch the mahout and ask him about the daily routine of giant beasts.
Later, visit Bylakuppe which is the largest Tibetan settlement in South India to witness the 52 feet giant Buddha statue. Post the half-day sightseeing, you will be escorted to Bangalore either at the railway station or airport.
Distance from Coorg to Bangalore: 270 kilometers (approx.)
Travel Time: 6 hours (approx.)
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