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This ancient temple built back in 1820 is a must see. Built by king Lingarajendra the then ruling king of Coorg, he did so to ward off evil caused by the “Bhrama Rakshasas”. So the legend goes. The Shiva Linga is said to be brought from the holy place "Kaashi". This temple has an unusual architectural combination of Indo-Sarsenic Style. Nearby is the holy tank. Regular poojas are performed in the temple for the different deities like Lord Subrahmanya and Ganesha. Distance from Coffee Flower Resort – 20kms


This beautiful park in the town of Madikeri is where the kings would sit and watch the sunsets with their consorts. This is considered one of South Indias most scenic locations. The view from Rajas Seat is breathtaking as you gaze upon the green valleys and towering hills. This is the perfect place to sit with a glass of wine and watch cars curving up the road to Mangalore that lies in the valley like a flowing ribbon. The government has set up a garden all around Rajas Seat. This is the ideal place to go for a morning or evening stroll. Distance from Coffee Flower Resort – 20kms.


A recently built "Namdrolling Monastery" a world famous Tibetan Golden temple a toast to the eyes is in Bylakoppa also the second largest Tibetans settlement in India, 13 kms away from COORG RESORT Stay. Three majestic Gold coated 40 feet height idols of Buddha & Padmasambhava, Amitayush Statue inside the temple, which is also called as Padma Sambava is the main attraction.


The revered place of the kodavas, the drive up the winding roads is a breathtaking one. Every year, at a predetermined time, water gushes out from a small pond at Talacauvery, the birthplace of river Cauvery. Besides being a pilgrimage center, Talacauvery is known for its natural beauty.


Coorgs most popular waterfall is a 8 km drive from the main town. n the mountains of the several streams combine, swelling with the monsoon rains and plunging down the mountain slope at enormous speed, hitting the huge boulders hard and forcing through the crevices and ravines.


This ancient fort can be found on elevated ground atop Madikeri. The fort was originally made out of mud and rebuilt by Tipu Sultan with stone, only to be wrested back by the Coorg King in 1791.There are two mortar elephants, built life-size to catch the visitors eyes as they enter the fort. Inside the fort, the British took out the temple of Virabhadra in 1855 and replaced it with the Gothic-style Anglican Church, which has since been converted to a museum. The Madikeri Palace is inside of the Madikeri Fort and is home to the office of the Deputy Commissioner. The Palace was established by Lingarajendra Wodeyar II in 1814. The two-story structure was renovated by the British two times and a clock tower and portico for the commissioners car was added in 1933. Distance from Coffee Flower Resort & 20kms.


Also know as Rajas tombs or the tombs of Virarjendra is a significant monument in Coorg. The royal tombs provide a commanding view of the entire town. In 1820, the tomb of Lingarajendra was built. In addition, there are tombs for two army commanders and a priest. There is a plaque to commemorate General Biddanda Bopu. The tombs are Muhammadan style with center domes and turrets. Even the bars of the windows are made of fine brass and adorned with beautiful engravings. Distance from Coffee Flower Resort & 20kms.


The Harangi dam near Coffee Flower resort is a beautiful reservoir, among lush surroundings.Harangi Reservoiris located near Hudgur village, talukin Kodagu district in the Indian state of Karnataka The reservoir is formed by amasonry dam built across the river Harangi, atributaryKaveri


A beautiful island off the state highway, This 64-acre island, surrounded by the Carvery river, can be accessed by walking across a hanging bridge. Its breathtaking beautiful surrounding are lush with thick foliage of bamboo groves, sandalwood and teak trees. Elephant rides and boating are some of the other attractions. There is a deer park, childrens park and honorarium in the resort.

White River Rafting and Dubare Elephant Camp

Dubare is an elephant capturing and training camp of the Forest Department of Coorg. Dubare is located in between Kushalnagar and Siddapur on the banks of river Kaveri. Dubare is a home to many wild animals and birds. Even though Elephants being the major attraction one can also spot the Deers, Bisons, Peacocks, woodpeckers, kingfishers etc in Dubare forest range. If you are high on Adrenalin, then you can try out white river rafting during the monsoon season. If you are visiting Coorg between mid-June and September, this is not to be missed. Rafting services are available at the Dubare camp itself.

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Thadiyandamolu Mountain

Tadiyandamolu is the highest mountain of Kodagu. It is only 46kms away from COORG RESORT Stay.This was built in 1820 by Lingarajendra the then ruling King to ward off the evil caused by Brahma Rakshasas. The Shiva Linga is said to be brought from the holy place Kaashi.


At the feet of Tadiyandamol" the highest mountain of Kodagu, stands proudly the Nalknad Palace recalling the memories of history. It is just 46 kms away from COORG RESORT Stay. . Built in 1792 by Dodda Viraraja, the two storeyed palace enthrals any one with its attractive paintings and architecture. In Kakkabe there is also the "Paadi Igguthappa temple built by Lingarajendra during 1810. The inscriptions of the King can be found here.
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This is a well known pilgrimage centre at a distance of 39 kms from Madikeri.59 kms away from COORG RESORT Stay Bhagamandala is on the banks of the confluence of three rivers, Cauvery, Kannike and the sub terranian Sujyoti, popularly known as "Triveni Sangama". The famous Sri Bhagandeswara temple is located here. A large number of tourists visit Bhagamandala particularly during the Thula Sankramana jatra and the entire Thula month (October-November).


70 kms away from COORG RESORT Stay is the beautiful water fall, "Irpu falls which flows as Laxman theertha, A Shiva temple dedicated by Lord Sri Rama is on the banks of the River. Walking besides the paddy field and watching the gorgeous falls which is about 60 ft. is a real treat to the eyes. This is also an ideal picnic spot.


The Brahmagiri is a mountain range situated in the Western Ghats. The hills are an ideal getaway for trekkers and offer a beautiful, enthralling trail that is challenging in just the right way. A 69 Km drive from COORG RESORT Stay. it is great place to visit for those passionate about trekking.

The scenic route is well forested and the dense mystic green and the flora seen is a feast for the senses. The hills also have caves with mythological stories attached to them and beautiful picturesque streams babbling through the glimmering rocks. For a day of trekking, relaxing by the streams, spotting exotic flora and spending a day taking in fresh air, sunlight and the sheer wonders of the outdoor, let Brahmagiri be on your itinerary.


Bylekuppe near Coffee Flower resort is one of the largest Tibetan settlements in south India. It has several monasteries and the prominent among these are the Great Gompa of Sera Je and Sera Mey and the Namdroling monastery. The Mahayana Buddhist University is at Sera. Another important monastery is the Tashi Lhumpo monastery, the seat of the Panchen Lama. The gold-coated Buddhist statues in the monastery are imposing and unique, reflecting the rich cultural heritage of the Tibetans.

Valnur Fishing Camp

Is located near Coffee Flower Resort and on the banks of the Cauvery. Fishing enthusiasts can indulge in angling for the majestic Mahseer after obtaining fishing permits from the Coorg Wildlife Society. Valnur is also a bird-watchers paradise.



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