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|Trekking And Camping In Madikeri, Coorg||2D 1N||₹ 2500||4.0 star||View Details|
|Trek to Kopatty, Coorg||2D 1N||₹ 3150||5.0 star||View Details|
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What You Should Know More About Trekking in Coorg
Coorg also known as Kodagu is an administrative district in Karnataka, India. It is one of the most affluent hill stations in Karnataka famous for its forest covered hills, spice and coffee plantations.
Coorg is about 250 kilometers away from Bangalore and you can easily reach here in 5-6 hours. The best way of transportation to Coorg from Bangalore is via your personal car or availing a public bus which is available every 30-60 minutes.
Coorg is located at a distance of 260 kilometers from Bangalore. It is about a 5 hour drive between the two places.
The temperature in Coorg ranges between 15-20 degrees Celsius throughout the year with its pristine valleys and mesmerizing landscapes.
The months from November to March are the most recommended for tourists planning to trel in Coorg.
Monsoons are not the best time to go for trekking in Coorg. Many roads become inaccessible andthe trails get infested with leeches because of heavy rains in Coorg.
However monsoon trekking to Coorg is recently becoming very popular if you trek with caution and have got all the supplies necessary to beat the rains.
If you are visiting Coorg, there are some things which you should not forget while packing your bags to make your trip easier and comfortable. You should carry light and comfortable clothing but also keep a jacket in case it gets chilly.
If you are going for trekking, you should always keep medical supplies and a first aid kit handy and sports shoes to assist you walk on these rough terrains.
Coorg is famous for its various trekking options.The treks in Coorg can be both testing as well as kind but offer some of the most awe-striking vistas of the forests and mountains for hikers . The treks are listed as following along with their difficulty levels:
There is a different cost associated with each trek available in Coorg. However the average cost is about INR 3,500 per person for trekking.
Yes, Coorg is one of the most preferred places in India for trekking and it is safe to undertake this activity here. But we recommend you to not go trekking alone and take a guide when you are trekking for the first time.
Tadiandamol is the highest peak in Coorg with an elevation of 5,735 feet. This trek is easy and preferable for beginners looking to behold the amazing landscape of Coorg from its peak.
Trekking in Coorg usually takes place in groups accompanied by a guide. Though you can go for a trek by yourself, it is recommended that you do not go solo because it can be dangerous in the wild surroundings alone.
Yes, you can do trekking to Nishani Motte Hills which offers a surreal trail and perfect view of the hills from its top. It is an easy trek and ideal for newbies.
The trek can be completed in a couple of days from Bangalore to Coorg.
Tadiandamol is an exciting trek which you can undertake from Coorg. It is the highest peak of Coorg and provides a beautiful trek with some views which will take your breath away.
The trek to Tadiandamol is leveled as easy and ideal for beginners.
Yes, you can do Kottabetta Trek when visiting Coorg for a vacation. It is a moderate level trek with a distance of 16 kilometers which need to be covered for the trek.
It is famous for its splendid terrains and spectacular scenery covering coffee plantations to green velvety slopes. The trail overlooks the Kotebetta hill which appears like a fort and lies on the border between Coorg and Dakshina Kannada.
This trek is known for its challenging nature as well as the breathtaking views which it offers for trekkers on their trail to this second highest peak in the region.
The range of difficulty of Kumara Parvatha Trek is from medium to difficult.
Yes, there is always a chance of facing wild animals while trekking since you will be going to forests and hills which are not necessarily urbanized. We suggest you to always have a professional guide assist you while trekking to minimize such dangers.
Yes, there are many packages which provide camping as well as trekking to enjoy the fascinating beauty of Coorg.
The tents provided during camping are comfortable and clean which are given on multiple sharing basis to the travelers.
You should wear comfortable clothes while trekking along the rugged terrains and hills. You should always wear sports shoes and carry a jacket in case the weather turns cold once you reach the higher altitudes while trekking.
The things which you should not miss putting in your backpacks while going for a trek in Coorg are:
Yes, you can enjoy the Brahmagiri Hills Trek in Coorg. It is an excellent trek with amazing sightseeing opportunities, waterfalls and a complete delight for nature lovers.
The trek is moderate to difficult in its range of challenge.
In Coorg, we suggest you to visit the following places for a memorable vacation:
Even though Coorg is a comparatively safe place to travel in India, it is advisable for solo female travelers to travel with at least one other person. You may get injured or attacked by a wild animal left to fend for yourself or may even lose your way. So we strongly recommend female tourists to trek along with someone else.
When you are on a trek, you are served lunch dinner and then breakfast. You will have to confirm with homestay or trekking company regarding your preference of non-veg food.
Most companies provide sleeping bags or makeshift tents. You will have to confirm with the company before you book the trek.
Apart from trekking, there are a number of activities which you can try out in Coorg which are all filled with adventure:
There are a variety of homestays which you can locate in Coorg, promising both uniqueness and the pleasure of staying close to nature.
From premium bungalows to offshore estates, Coorg has a number of homestays in its offering providing you to cherish the coffee plantations and immerse yourself in the breathtaking sceneries around it. Some popular homestays are:
Yes, you can easily get transportation from Bangalore to Coorg. Public buses are available every 30-60 minutes from Bangalore to Coorg.
Traveller Tales from Coorg
24 October 2015
Trekking and water adventure...what else can be so tempting especially for adventurists like me. This things give me my Kick. Wonderful place and everything is just up-to-the-mark. I'm certainly explor
26 July 2018
It was a very well organised trek by friendly and courteous hosts. Shahid, Danny, Habib and Avinash were great and were fun to trek with. Homestay near Shuntikoppa was beautiful with coffee plantations...
02 July 2018
The experience was awesome! This was the first trek for my sister and me. The trek co-ordinaries Habeeb, Avinash & Shaid were very very helpful & friendly and the group we went with was awesome! The ...
17 August 2017
First of all I would like to thank Coorg local team for wonderful arrangements and management. Special thanks to Mr Pavan and Mr Arun Anna. Votecad Nature camp : If you want to feel the nature really...
14 February 2017
"Fantastic experience!! We went in the summer(may) , still the weather was very pleasant and cloudy. Spending 1 day among those hills without any gadgets has given me a lifetime memory. The weather has...
29 December 2015
Coorg is totally made for trekking,,,,with the green surroundings and trails...it is always peaceful and amazing to trek here....our trek was perfect and the best part..is that i got to meet alots of n
08 October 2014
Hi everyone,this is my 2nd trip with you people and am as happy as the first one. The journey started with unknown place and unknown people,but during the course of the journey we all became friends a...
11 September 2015
This was my first ever river rafting expeirence and it was adamn thrilling feelingfor me ! Our trainners were really so experienced that didi not let us feel uncomfortable while executing this trekking
29 December 2015
it was a good trek....though a little difficult for me....i felt tire after sometime..but the guides and the fellow trekkers are very helpful and they understand your pain...they waited for me and supp...
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