When it comes to places to visit in Coorg, there is simply just one word that comes out of everyone’s mouth, and that is W-O-W. The coffee heaven of India, also known as the ‘Scotland of India’, Coorg, or as it is administratively known as, Kodagu is a district in the state of Karnataka, India, with a popularity that reaches far and wide, even across borders.This naturally beautiful region in the Western Ghats has no shortage of attractions that leave many a people with their mouth wide open.
Incredible India, as the nation is fondly called possesses some dreamy sites that put a spell on you. Here is a list of the most surreal places in the country.
While a rather “Chinese” offering as prasad, submerged temples, a gurudwara for airplanes and a parikrma for visas may not feature on your ordinary religious circuit, there are more than one reasons why you should visit these queer instances of religion anyway.
To find that perfect balance between an exciting experience and a reasonable cost can be a mammoth of a challenge. Making your task easier, we list 5 thrilling experiences around Bangalore on a college budget.
There are some things in life that you must do on your own, all by yourself and at least once. Solo Travel is gaining popularity among the travel community steadily due to the sheer spontaneity that comes with it. The quest to discover oneself along with spiritual rejuvenation and flow of adventurous adrenaline becomes a perfect reason to pack your travel bag and climb those serene mountains or stroll by silent beaches, all by yourself. Solo travel also allows you to not be enslaved by the whims and fancies of your fellow travellers, and your planning is largely unmarred by group dynamics. So if you want to trek up that hill on your next trip to the Himalayas, or watch the sunrise by the beach on your next trip to Gokarna, get ready to go! You get a sense of independence and freedom, from being out of your comfort zone while also getting cool stories to tell people back home! Here are some places you must explore if you’ve been bit by the little bug called wanderlust!
The smallest state of India, Goa harbours some of the most exciting nightlife options in the country. The after sunset Goa livens up with dizzy neon lights, great music, delectable food – that makes for the perfect ambience you’d wish for. While nightlife in Goa undoubtedly beats that of the other states of the country, that’s not all of what Goa nightlife entails. Goa is a perfect infusion of varieties, and it quite literally has something for everyone to do at night. So be it crazy partying with people from different continents, playing your luck at the casinos or having a beach-side bonfire-barbeque night, Goa has everything that you can think of under nightlife. And we have got you covered for all these and more.
The Tadiandamol peak is the second highest in Karnataka. This place is an active location for trekkers. The surrounding regions offer plenty of scenic delights and is one of the best Coorg tourist places to visit. Located in the Western Ghats, the Tadiandamol peak is 35 km from Madikere. Climbing to the top of the peak is considered difficult but is possible and has been done many times before.Thadiyandamol, meaning Large Mountain, is the highest mountain range in the / Coorg district and fifth highest in Karnataka, rising to an altitude of 1748m in the belts of the Western Ghats. This lesser known trail perfectly holds the genuine quintessence of nature. Tadiandamol trek is a great start for the newbies not so easy, but exhilarating and doable. About 280km from Bangalore and 140 km from Mysore, this experience will leave you wanting for more. Be it a nature enthusiast or an adventure seeker, Thadiyandamol trek is sure to engulf anyone with its unadulterated beauty. The trail takes you through the vast territory of the Shola forests, through unending rich green woodlands and streams.
Situated in the laps of Dhauladhar mountains, Triund is a base camp with a perfect view of Dhauladhar mountains on one side and Kangra valley on the other.
Oh! You’ve got to try the food, people tell you when you book a trip to — well, practically anywhere these days. This is, in one sense, self-evident: A person cannot live on bottled water alone. But it also speaks to how much our tongues and bellies shape our view of the rest of the world. Your friends may not have been to Thailand, but they do know the wonders of pad Thai and green papaya salad. They may not have been to Beirut, but just ask their opinion on what makes great hummus.
Mystery- The word when enters the ear, enthralls the nerves and puts our senses on notice!. There is no denying the fact that the hunt for reality motivates us to embark on an excursion. Just consider visiting the places that are full of surprises and enigma. Even the thought of scouting such spots evokes the adrenaline rush.