A stop at this scenic Tibetan town in Karnataka is a surefire recommendation to everybody visiting Coorg. The Namdroling building more popularly known as Golden Temple is situated here. The monasteries have a majestic appearance and their design is very distinct from that of the surrounding buildings.
It is located 35km from Madikeri.
The Western Ghats in Karnataka house Abbey Falls. It is located 8 km from Madikeri. Nestled in coffee plantations, this is one of the most picturesque locations in Coorg.
A walk across the hanging bridge here is sure to remain in your minds as a memorable experience.
The Omkareshwara Temple is an ancient shrine in Madikeri, Coorg. This Shiva temple is known for its mixed architecture reflecting Islamic and Gothic styles.
It is a popular religious destination of Coorg known for its peaceful atmosphere.
Madikeri Fort is a historical landmark of Coorg. Situated in central Madikeri, this fort housed St. Marks church in its premises which is now a museum.
It covers a large area and still has all its defence walls intact. A good place for history enthusiasts.
Bramhagiri peak is one of the highest peaks in the Western Ghats with a view to die for. The best time to enjoy its beauty and lush greenery would be just before or after the monsoons
It can easily be considered to be a trekker's paradise.
Talakaveri is known as the region where river Kaveri originates. A tank and a temple which houses Goddess Kaveriamma, have been established at this location and are frequented by tourists and pilgrims.
It is situated 48km from Madikeri, Coorg and a definite stop with strong historical significance.