Having completed your sightseeing in Coorg, explore some of the exciting tourist destinations around with a Coorg excursions tour.
Iruppu Falls (85km)
One of the most popular among Coorg excursions. Located beside the
Nagarhole National Park, the Iruppu falls presents a majestic sight with
water cascading down from a height of 170ft. Originating in the lofty
Brahmagiri peaks, the falls become a part of the Lakshmana Teertha River
in the plains. En route to the falls, the Rameshwara Temple attracts a
large number of pilgrims during the festival of Shivaratri.
Cauvery Nisargadhama (25km)
The picturesque island of Cauvery Nisargadhama is the biggest of a
cluster of five islets created by the river Cauvery. Accessible from the
mainland through a hanging bridge, the sylvan ambience of Nisargadhama
provides for an idyllic getaway. This popular nature resort boasts of a
deer park, orchidarium, and elephant rides amid bamboo groves as main
The second largest Tibetan settlement outside Tibet, Bylekuppe came up
as a sanctuary for Tibetan refugees during the 1960 Chinese aggression.
Several monasteries dot the landscape of this settlement, prominent
amongst these are the Great Gompa of Sera Je and Sera Mey.
Located in the foothills of the mighty Brahmagiri hills, Talacauvery is
known as the place where river Cauvery originates. On the day of
Tulasankramana, devotees stream into this pilgrimage to witness the
miraculous spectacle of Teertodbhava, when water gushes up from a tiny
pond known as Brahmakundike.