K.R.Pushpam Complex, Aarthi Theatre Road, Dindigul, 624001
Dindigul to coorg

The most sought-after and famous hill station in Karnataka is Coorg, officially named Kodagu. Lying serenely among the high mountains, the scenery of Coorg remains misty throughout the year. Kodavas are the Aboriginals of the area. Aside from Kannada, Kodagu and Kodava are the other two major languages of this hill station.The Distance between Dindigul to Coorg by road is 604KM. Driving time between Dindigul to Coorg is 10 hrs 20 Mins.

The best time to visit Kodagu is between October and May, and February to May is the peak season for this hill station. Kodagu is India’s largest coffee producer. It is also one of the areas with the highest rainfall in the country. This hill station has breathtakingly spectacular scenic beauty and undulating hills covered in lush green forests and a landscape dotted with coffee plantations, tea gardens and orange groves.

DAY WISE ITINERARY

DAY 1 – Dindigul to Coorg (Coorg Sightseeing)

  • Pick up from Dindigul.
  • Proceeding towards Coorg.
  • Hotel Check in.
  • Then proceed towards Nisargadhama is a Thick forest.
  • Enjoy the natural aroma of greenish, parks, wild animals and especially Kavery river.
  • Come back to Hotel.
  • Overnight stay at Hotel.

DAY 2 – Coorg Sightseeing

  • Check out from the Hotel.
  • Talakaveri – birth place of Cauvery, en route visit Bhagamandala – Bhagandeshwara Temple and Triveni Sangama (confluence of the three sacred rivers).
  • Abbey falls Madikeri fort Raja’s Tomb.
  • Proceed towards Mysore.
  • Krishna Raja Sagara dam and Brindavan Gardens.
  • Overnight stay @ Hotel – Mysore

DAY 3 – Mysore Sightseeing

Dindigul to Mysore
  • Morning Breakfast at Hotel.
  • Then proceed towards Karanji Lake.
  • GRS Fantasy Park.
  • St.Philomena’s Cathedral.
  • Jaganmohan Palace Art Gallery and Auditorium.
  • Chamarajendra Academy of Visual Arts.
  • Lalitha Mahal.
  • Proceed towards Dindigul.
  • Finally drop @ Dindigul.

WHAT ‘S INCLUDED

Accommodation

  • We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3*, 5*, 7* )
    1. Solo Traveller
    2. Double sharing Rooms
    3. Suite Rooms
    4. Deluxe Rooms
    5. Royal Suite Rooms
    6. Home Stay (As per required )

Guide

  • From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be take care Local Speaking Guide – ( English,Tamil,Hindi,Telugu & Malayalam ) *

Meals

  • Breakfast Lunch Dinner (As per required )

Transport

  • All local vehicle transport (Dindigul to Dindigul)

TRIP OVERVIEW

The place began to gain prominence back in the 2nd and 6th centuries, when the Kadambas from Goa dominated its northern portion. In the 11th century, Kodagu experienced an awful war, fought between the Kadambas and the Gangas. The place came under the rule of various dynasties, such as the Hoysalas, the Cholas and even the Vijayanagara Empire, over the next few centuries. It was in 1956 that the place was proclaimed a district and Karnataka became part of it.From Dindigul to Coorg to visit so many sightseeing.

Among tourists, a place with a rich history and beautiful scenery is always famous and Coorg is no exception. A variety of attractions that captivate one ‘s eyes and heart are part of the hill station. And so, this place is visited by travellers from various parts of the country and even abroad. Dindigul to Coorg to see famous palace,museums,temples and Malls.

The Abbey Falls, one of the famous places to see in Kodagu, is located 1 km from Madikeri, a town. It is not possible to narrate the scenic beauty of this waterfall in plain terms. It is situated in the centre of coffee plantations and spice farms. The beauty of the Kaveri River is incomparable as it gushes down the cliffs, creating the falls.

Though Coorg is a place of dense forests, coffee plantations and beautiful waterfalls, it is a place of historical significance. It is the Madikeri Fort, located in Madikeri’s hill station, that has its share of royal significance in the history books.

Even today, the fort speaks of many moments of triumph and also of defeat, right from the reign of the 17th century Muddu Raja. The site has undergone architectural changes as well. Originally constructed from clay, it was reconstructed by the Tipu Sultan in granite. Later, Lingarajendra Wodeyar II and the British saw it restored again.

In the form of its Anglican Church, built in 1855, the fort is a rare example of the Gothic style. The inclusion of hidden routes also makes it elusive. Like a castle, the palace also has an exhibition of different artefacts and historical weapons.For more details about Dindigul to Coorg tour package please contact 9443204141,9578784466.

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