‘Coorg’ known as the ‘Coffee Cup of India’ is a perfect home away from home for the discerning traveller. This land has a unique charm of its own and the intrusion of humans has not spoilt its inherent purity. Fresh air, the captivating sounds of nature and acres after acres of coffee and spice will refresh one’s senses.
In this Blog on Coorg, we take you on a trail of tropical evergreen forests that share their age-old secrets with the sky, untouched by chaotic cityscapes. And your experiences can find a place here as well.
The beautiful land of Coorg is home not only to Kodavas, but to other communities as well. These are known by different names. These names come from the area of Coorg they are residing in, or from their occupation. A lush plantation paradise, perfumed with the subtly intoxicating aroma of coffee and spice welcomes you to the planter’s life. The air is filled with the heavy fragrance of snow white coffee blossoms, heralding the onset of the coffee season and the plants are dotted with ripe red coffee cherries.
Travel through a long-gone era of tales of a land in sprawling plantation bungalow, spiced with a dash of the local tradition and sprinkled with the colonial legacy of Coorg; one of the last remaining bastions of an age bygone.
When it comes to sightseeing and places to visit in Coorg, the list is endless. Each of these places is better than the other; the view, the flora and the fauna; it enchants you completely, making you wonder how a small place like Coorg can offer such vivid variety to a tourist. For a traveller, Coorg is a paradise. So much to see, that’s why it comes as no surprise that this land is listed as one of the must visit places in India.
“There is a hidden message in every place in Coorg. It says, if you are flexible, falling will not hurt you”.