Places to visit in Coorg in 3 days include coffee plantation visit, Abbey falls, Brahamagiri Peak, Dubare Elephant Camp, Iruppu Falls, Raja's Seat, Tadiandamol Peak, Barapole River, Chelavara Falls, Madikeri Fort.

Witness the serenity of nature with the places to visit in 3 days in Coorg that will not fail to amaze you. You can tour along with the scenic beauty of the coffee estates or can just rejuvenate the soul with the striking views of Abbey falls. Be it the stellar falls or the nostalgic peaks, this land of coffee is loaded with each one of them.

Something that one must not dare to miss on a Coorg tour is the camping experience of the Dubare Elephant Camp where you can not only witness the nature but also have a small engagement session with the elephants.

Speaking of the attractive Coorg places to visit in 3 days plan, some of the best ones are the Abbey falls, Namdroling Nyingmapa Monastery, Tadiandamol Peak, Chelavara Falls, Brahmagiri Peak, and several others. Whether you are planning a visit with your family or a bunch of friends, these wonderful places will spellbind you with their charm!

Places to Visit in Coorg on Day 1

01

Coffee Plantation Visit

Coffee Plantation Visit
Tour the scenic coffee estates of Coorg and witness the lifecycle of coffee production. With this tour, you will be heading to the Madenadu village where you can cross over the lush green trails of coffee. The entire region is brimming with the fresh aroma and these sprawling estates are even adorned with cardamom, pepper, and some wild fruits that will not fail to grab your attention.

On this tour, you can watch the locals pluck the ripe coffee berries and can learn about various techniques of planting them. In the end, you can stop by the coffee bar and have a hot cup of coffee.

Location:
Madenadu village, Coorg

Timings:
8:00 am to 6:00 pm

Price:
Starting from INR 599 per person
02

Abbey Falls

Abbey Falls
One of the most serene places to visit in Coorg in 3 days travel plan is the Abbey Falls that ascends down from an elevation of 70 feet above the ground. The sparkling water drops down on the ground and is all over surrounded by lush green environs. The region features coffee plantations and it was also called the Jessi falls which was the name of a Britisher officer’s wife who ruled over Coorg. 

The water flows down from the main Madikeri stream and then it ends in the River Cauvery. Apart from this, you can even pass by the cross-over bridge that is right in front of the fall and extends beautiful views of nature.

Location:
Abbey Falls, Madikeri, Hoskeri, Karnataka

Timings:
7:00 am to 6:00 pm on all days

Price:
Parking fees is INR 15, entry is free.
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Brahmagiri Peak

Brahmagiri Peak
Brahmagiri peak is the highest peak of the Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary having an altitude of 1608 meters from the ground. Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary is filled with an exotic collection of bountiful flora and fauna. The displays of this peak allow you to enjoy the spellbound views embraced with elephant and deer sighting.

Stay close to the guide if you are a newbie to trekking to avoid encounters with the wilds of the forest. On your way, there is a Nagarhole National Park which is worth visiting. After that, there comes Thirunelli Temple and it is believed that  Lord Brahma himself created this mesmerizing temple.

Camping at Narimala would be a memorable visit with your friends and as you will get soaked up with nature and beautiful sight on this peak visit!

Location:  Manchalli, Karnataka

Timings: 9:00 am to 7:00 pm

Price:
Starting from INR 275 per person
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Dubare Elephant Camp

Dubare Elephant Camp
Dubare Elephant Camp is a must-visit for your one day visit to Croog! With this camping experience, you can be a part of various activities like feeding the elephants, getting elephant rides, petting them and playing with the baby elephant, which will make it a memorable day.

Elephants of Mysore Dasara were trained here in the past and since then the place started getting visitors. Jeep Safari in one of the best experiences in Dubare Elephant Camp with professional naturalists as it takes to the natural and manmade wonders of the region. Whether you are planning an escape from the cubicles or just want a perfect dose of nature, this is the right place for you.

Location:  Tourism House, #8, Papanna Lane, St. Marks Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka

Timings: 8:00 am to 3:00 pm

Price:
Starting from INR 1,500 per person.
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Namdroling Nyingmapa Monastery

Namdroling Nyingmapa Monastery
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Namdroling  Nyingmapa Monastery is the greatest teaching center of the Nyingma ancestry of Tibetian Buddhism in the world and is one of the most serene yet peaceful places in Coorg. The place is the residing center of more than 5 thousands of monks and nuns that practice the religion.

The temple features is a Junior School, Religious College, and hospital that are right inside it. One of the main attractions of the Namdroling Nyingmapa Monastery is the 60 feet tall Buddha statue that is elegantly built and people worship it every day. To add up to its history, the monastery was fabricated by Pema Norbu Rinpoche in 1963 and visitors are directed to maintain silence in the monastery! 

Location:
Arlikumari, P.O, Bylakuppe, Karnataka

Timings:
9:00 am to 6:00 pm

Price:
No entrance fee.
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Places to Visit in Coorg on Day 2

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Iruppu Falls

Iruppu Falls
Enveloped by the beautiful Nagarhole National Park, Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary, and the scenic Brahmagiri range, the Iruppu falls is one of the ideal getaways. It is also called as the Lakshmana Tirtha Falls, as Lord Lakshmana crossed falls when he was searching for goddess Sita.

It is believed that in the olden times, Lord Ram was thirsty and to quench his thirst Lord Lakshmana set an arrow at the River Lakshmana Tirtha that became the starting point of this wonderful fall. Devotees from different corners come here to take a dip in the water as it is believed that the water has cleansing properties. From all the regions it is covered by the lush greens and never fails to mesmerize the visitors with its exceptional views.

Location: Brahmagiri, Kurchi, Karnataka

Timings:
8:00 am to 5:30 pm

Price: Starting from INR 50 per person.
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Tadiandamol Peak

Tadiandamol Peak
Gaining importance for being the highest peak of Coorg, Tadiandamol Peak is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Coorg in 3 days itinerary. This scenic destination is one where you witness a blend of serenity and natural wonder. The peak is snuggled at an elevation of 1,748-meters above the ground and the landscapes from the notch will make you fall in love with its charming environs.

On the foothills of the peak, stands the prominent Nalknad Palace that was the refuge site for the Haleri kings and now is a great spot for trekkers and history buffs. The entire area is covered with the trails of lush greens and the views are beyond one’s imagination.

Location: Tadiandamol, Yevakapadi, Karnataka

Timings:
6:00 am to 6:00 pm

Price:
No entrance fee
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Raja’s Seat

Raja’s Seat
Image Credit : Ashwin Kumar
One of the most stellar places to visit in Coorg in 3 days travel plan is the Raja’s Seat that is perched at an elevation 1,525 meters above the ground. With the literal meaning of “ The King’s Seat”, the Raja’s Seat is a collection of wonderful gardens and fountains that are dotted at the spot.

The destination draws its name, raja’s seat as this was the place where the kings used to spend quality time with their wives. The views from this place will make your heart skip a beat, as the rising sun shrouded with the mystical mountains is a rare sight to witness. Apart from this, you can also witness the trails of paddy fields as they are a great spot of attraction for the visitors. 

Location:
Stuart Hill, Madikeri, Karnataka

Timings:
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Price:
 The entrance fee is INR 5.
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Barapole River

Barapole River
Looking for an adventurous spot? The Barapole River is the right place for you. Locally the river is famed as the River Kithu Kakathu and is revered by the adventure-filled souls. At this river, you can witness the rapids with white water rafting and also give yourself the perfect amount of adrenaline dose.

If you opt for rafting, then you can witness 4 rapids where you can have encounters with different versions of fauna and reptiles. The river is a great spot to relax and unwind from the worries of daily life.

Location: Barapole River, Coorg, Karnataka

Timings:
9:00 am to 3:00 pm

Price:
No entrance fee
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Talacauvery

Talacauvery
Image Credit : Saurabh Chatterjee
Another one in the array of places to visit in Coorg is the Talacauvery, which is a source of the Cauvery river and is an amazing spot for witnessing the natural charm. It is located in the proximity of the Brahmagiri hill range that offers panoramic views of nature.

In the month of October, the devotees flock here to worship the starting point of the river where a Shiv Linga is established and is one of the most pleasant places. Be it a trip with your family or friends, this is a great spot to dive deep into elation with stellar surroundings enveloped with the classic views. Apart from the small shrine, here you can also soak-in the soothing breeze and relax by the placid stream.

Location: Kodagu, Karnataka

Timings:
6:00 am to 6:00 pm

Price:
No entrance fee
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Places to Visit in Coorg on Day 3

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Chelavara Falls

Chelavara Falls
Another one in your itinerary list is the Chelavara falls that is famed for its exceptional beauty and lush green surroundings. The fall is formed by the stream of Kaveri and gives a milky white appearance to the visitors. The striking fall drops down from an elevation 150 feet above the ground and it is the epitome of serenity.

Right from the fresh soothing vibes to the striking views here you can witness each one of them. Make sure that opt for this hangout spot if you are looking for a silent yet beautiful place. 

Location: Cheyandane village, Chelavara, Karnataka 571212

Timings:
8:00 am to 6:00 pm

Price:
No entrance fee, parking fees is INR 10.
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Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary

Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary
Gaining its name from the Pushpagiri peak, the Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary is a delight for the wildlife lovers. The sanctuary shared the border with the Bisle reserve and Kukke Subramanya forest that are home to a number of endangered species.

At this wildlife abode, you can witness an exotic collection of birds, reptiles, and animals that include some common ones like mouse deer, Indian giant squirrel, king cobra, stripe-necked mongoose, Indian rock python, and olive keelback, and various others.

Apart from this, here you can also spot variants of avian species like the Nilgiri wood pigeon, Malabar grey hornbill, and blue-winged parakeet. This an excellent destination to witness the wildlife world and capture amazing pictures with them.

Location:
Somwarpet, Kodagu, Coorg

Timings:
6:00 am to 6:00 pm

Price:
Entrance fee INR 10 per person
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Nishani Motte

Nishani Motte
Explore the hidden corners of Coorg with Nishani Motte that is a delightful place for explorers and trekkers. The trek begins from the Bhagamandala forest range and takes you to the nocturnal beauty of the peak. At this peak, you can witness the fascinating trail and explore the magical beauty of nature.

On the route to the notch, you can also savor freshness at the Abbey falls which is the major attraction of the region and is an excellent place to take a fresh dip. If you are seeking for a place where you can unlax and witness the perfect version of thrill and nature then Nishani Motte is just the right place for you. 

Location:
Coorg, Karnataka

Timings:
24 hours open

Price:
Trekking tour starting from INR 3,150 per person.
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Omkareshwara Temple

Omkareshwara Temple
Next, in the itinerary plan of Coorg places to visit in 3 days is the tranquil Omkareshwara Temple that was built by Linga Rajendra II and is a mix of Islamic and Gothic architecture styles. It is believed by the locals, that the Shivling deity was brought to the temple from Kashi and is a form of Lord Shiva.

One can also read about the history of the deity and temple on the copper plate that is right on the entrance door and elegantly inscribed. The temple also features a beautiful water tank where you can see vibrant colored fishes wiggle. The temple was built to appease the spirit of Brahmin that was killed by the King and since then the tales of the continues. If you are touring with your family, then this place is a great pick for you. 
Location: Madikeri, Coorg, Karnataka.

Timings
: 6:30 am to 12:00 noon and 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Price:
Entry free
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Madikeri Fort

Madikeri Fort
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Gape at the historical marvel the Madikeri fort that is located in the heart of the town. It was built by Muthuraja in the early 17th century and the fort was a great place to attack because of its elevation. The basic structure of the fort was established but in the latter times, the earthen structure was made in the era of Tipu Sultan.

 After few renovations, the fort transformed completely and was a blend of Gothic and Indian styles. The Fort houses a church and temple and is now used as the DC office of the region. It also features a museum where you can witness the displays of the things that were used by the kings!

Location:
Madikeri Fort, Stuart Hill, Madikeri, Karnataka 571201

Timings:
10:00 am to 6:30 pm on all days except Monday

Price:
Entry free
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24 October 2015
Agnimitra Banerjee Trekking in Nishani Motte
Excellent
Trekking and water adventure...what else can be so tempting especially for adventurists like me. This things give me my Kick. Wonderful place and everything is just up-to-the-mark. I'm certainly exploring more of South India now and to get the best of South I prefer reading thrillophilia reviews .
It was a very well organised trek by friendly and courteous hosts. Shahid, Danny, Habib and Avinash were great and were fun to trek with. Homestay near Shuntikoppa was beautiful with coffee plantations close-by and it was raining the whole time. Trek is an easy to medium range one. Except for the rain and leeches (which we were informed earlier) there is absolutely nothing to point out in the trek. We met many new people and it felt like college days all over again. Loved this trek and would definitely recommend it to everyone.
"Wow....It was a great trek. I must say Thanks to Thrillophilia and Special thanks to trekking team. We have enjoyed every moment of these 2 days and we will cherish these moments for our lifetime.The trek was not easy as we thought. Lot of sweat, efforts, rest breaks in between...But it wouldn't have been this much great, if it was not planned and executed the way the team did. Hats off to the guys Anjan and Harshit. They used their experience all the way. Set up a detailed, organized plan and executed the same very professionally. I can say, we are able to complete the trek with ease only because of their precision planning and execution. We enjoyed the trek as a whole and it would be difficult pick a few from the whole list. But I have tried to select the few activities/incidents/plans which made the big difference: 1) Tasty Home food: When you are sweating every step of the trek and Hungry like never before, only thing you want is tasty, healthy, sufficient home made food. Team provided all this at the right time. It was not the case for other teams. 2) Professional Planning: First day we trekked only half way took rest for the second half. And the next day, we started very early at 3 AM with the torch light. This was the the master plan, because under the Sun it is very difficult to trek KP. 3) It was like a family trip: We never felt Anjan and Harshit were outside people. They have treated, instructed, take care of us very well. 4) Proper Instructions: Team told us what to carry and what not to carry. They have briefed the detailed the plan well before. Given enough time for relaxing and they were very friendly in their behavior. 5) Personal Touch: Anjan has given his personal touch for every activity. He could have easily told to have food in Bhattara Mane. He could have told it is not possible to prepare Bajji and Papad on the mountains. But they have treated us like a family, did all the above and put is best efforts to make us happy. And early morning at 3AM prepared Ragi Malt to keep all of us energetic hike the mountain. 6) Enough: I have already written so many words. I will stop here. To put it in one word, the trekking was outstanding, simply superb and if you are passionate about trekking please try once. But better if you join the same tour operator as ours. They make it easy. They are very passionate and professional. All the best."
"IT was a good experience DANY the coordinator did very well the way he coordinate is superb hats off Dany"
08 January 2019
Excellent
Hi this is keerthi vaasan, We are of 14 members for the trip. We reached at afternoon. The climate was really awesome. We started playing volleyball ball after long time. We played like this while we are in college. After some time we went for a trek on water falls. Really a fantastic ride. We took bath the water is nearly to freezing stage. I first really scared to go on. But after sometime my soul got sticked there. While returning from there only my body returned but my soul sticked out there. Food was really more delicious. They served with good respect. They are maintaining it in good way. The best palce to visit with frnds.
11 December 2019
Excellent
We visited Coorg on family tour from Mumbai last year and it was a perfect holiday for us. My kids enjoyed a lot during this trip and my parents were enjoying with them. We visited all the major attractions of Coorg and then Ooty with Coonoor. We covered two of the most famous hill station of South and Thanks to THrillophilia for planning this out for us. Also, thanks to our driver for showing us all the beautiful places and taking our family photos.
We went to Coorg for a small vacation and we had a great time there. The weather was so pleasant. Everything was so well organized, the stay was comfortable and the food was also nice. We had so much fun at the elephant camp it was a nice experience, We even went to see the coffee estates and tasted the best coffee ever, The view from Raja's Seat is so mesmerizing. Thank you Thrillophilia for the memorable experience.
15 March 2020
Excellent
Our guide was a nice and knowledgeable person, we enjoyed his company during the entire trek, he was explain everything so nicely and ore importantly he maintained the speed as per the group and managed to keep up on the clock too. the food was not so luxurious but was good and fresh so we also enjoyed it, overall a very nice experience, whenever I come here, will do it again. Thanks.
09 March 2020
Excellent
It was our first time trekking and we chose Thrillophilia for the best reviews and also the budget suits us as compare to other websites. It was a completely unique experience although I am a sports person so I haven’t faced difficulty the guide helped almost all of the co-passengers, cheers to them and for trekking and camping.
27 February 2020
Excellent
We wanted to do the trekking for a long time and Thrillophilia gave us the chance to do it. they arranged everything for us, from Transport and camps, the wonderful guide, and the food. We were satisfied with the service as it was on time and followed calmly. Very nicely managed and also we enjoyed the way also. Fabulous experience. Highly recommended.

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  1. Which are the best camping tours in Coorg starting from Rs 1500?

  2. Which are the famous places we can visit in Coorg in 1 day?

    Coorg has many attractions, some of the best ones can do visited in 1 day. Discover to know.

    1. Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary - Starting From INR 1,500 per adult
    2. Dubare Elephant Camp - Starting From INR 7,000 per adult
    3. Tadiandamol Peak - Starting From INR 3,050 per adult
    4. Barapole River - Starting From INR 1,200 per adult
    5. Brahmagiri Hill  - Starting From INR 4,000 per adult
  3. How many days are sufficient to visit Coorg?

    Speaking of how many days are sufficient to tour Coorg, the answer is quite variable but a 3-day itinerary is apt. The itinerary can be completed in 2 days but that will be packed and the best way is to relax and make the most of each destination. Some of the places that you should not miss are Abbey falls, Namdroling Nyingmapa Monastery, Tadiandamol Peak, Chelavara Falls, Brahmagiri Peak, and coffee plantations.
  4. Is Coorg worth visiting?

    Yes, Coorg is definitely a place worth visiting as the weather is fantastic throughout the year and in the monsoons, the region turns even more beautiful. Apparently, it is famed as the land of coffee and the best month to visit in July when the views are beyond one’s imagination
  5. What is best in Coorg?

    Naming one best thing of Coorg is a little difficult as this scenic destination has a number of beautiful things like the coffee plantations, spice plantations, and pulpy oranges. Apart from this, here you can even shop handmade chocolates made of wine and coffee that are unique to Coorg.
  6. Which one is better Coorg or Ooty?

    In comparison to Ooty, Coorg is a small town in the Nilgiri district and is known for its coffee and spice estates. Both the destinations are amazing and offer natural bounties while Coorg is a destination for the solace seekers, Ooty is a popular destination for tourists. If you are looking for a place where you can unwind from the buzzing city life and have a perfect dose of nature, then Coorg is the right pick for you.
  7. Why is Coorg famous?

    Coorg is known as the “land of coffee” and it is known for its scenic coffee estates. Other than these, it is also renowned for the spice plantations that one can tour. Apart from this, here you can stay close to nature at the cottages that are built right inside the coffee estates or can sip hot coffee at the coffee bars

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