Famous for its coffee and welcoming people, Coorg or Kodagu as it is also known, sits nestled amid the picturesque mountains of the Western Ghats of South India. Blessed bountifully by mother nature, Coorg captivates with its soul enchanting views of misty woods, lush valleys, waterfalls. Home to the point of origin of the river Cauvery and complete with a monastery and a fort, Coorg will not disappoint even the discerning tourist. Time stands still here as nature breathes in life with her canopies of flowering trees over winding roads, the fragrance of spices and orange blossoms.
Seasons In Coorg
Peak tourist season runs from April to December. Although being in proximity to Bangalore, the place can be bustling with activity over the weekends. Placed at a comfortable elevation of 900 metres above sea level, the climate is mostly always pleasant throughout the year. Nevertheless, during the winter months of November to January, it may be wise to carry an extra pair of warm clothes as nights can be quite chilly.