Close By places when u Stay at our Coorg Homestays
Abbey Falls
It is located 8 km from our homestay. The water cascades over rocks to calm pools. A hanging bridge constructed comes in handy to view the falls.
Bylakuppe near Kushalnagar is one of the largest Tibetan settlements in south India. The gold-coated Buddhist statues in the monastery are
This is the birth place of the river Kaveri located on the eastern slopes of Brahmagiri peak at 1350 metres altitude. The river takes its birth from
Omkareshwara Temple
The Omkareshwara Temple is situated in the heart of the Madikeri. This temple dedcated to lord shiva and is built in its own unique style of
Mandalpatti is one of the better known tourist spots in coorg. Once on the top of the hills the beauty of Mandalpatti is unwrapped. Makes for an ideal day trip from madikeri.
Elephant Camp
The elephant camp is situated on the banks of the river kaveri & run by the forest department. The visitors can feed & bathe the elephants.
Nagarhole Forset
The park derives its name from naga, meaning snake and hole, referring to streams. This park was declared the thirty seventh Project Tiger tiger reserve in 1999.Also Nagarhole National Park, is under consideration by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee for selection as a World Heritage Site. The park has a healthy tiger-predator ratio, with many tigers, Indian bison and elephants. Situated 90KM from madikeri
Nalknad Palace
Nalknad Palace built by Dodda Viraraja in 1792, is situated at the bottom of the highest peak in coorg Thadiyandamol. It once belonged to the Hindu king Lingaraja and promises the tourists a valued visit and enthralls every with its eye-catching paintings and unique architecture. This palace served as the royal hunting lodge and latter as a hide out for royal familey situated 45km from madikeri