15 Best Places to Visit in Coorg in 2 Days - 2020 (2100+ Reviews)
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If you don’t have many days to spare, there are enough places to visit in Coorg in 2 days’ time. Given the exquisite natural beauty of Coorg, you can be sure to pack a week’s trip in two days if you plan strategically. Book Kumara Parvatha Trek in Coorg at Flat 20% OFF.

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Whether it is the misty greenery of the coffee and spice plantations that set your heart racing, or the many temples that dot the face of Coorg, rest assured that you won’t be disappointed. If you wish to spend some undisturbed moments in the bosom of mother nature, places like Abbey Falls, Raja Seat, Chiklihole dam, Brahmagiri Hill, and Nisarga Dhama will sweep you off your feet.

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If, on the other hand, you’re looking to satiate your cultural curiosity, Madikeri Fort, Omkareshwar Temple, Talcauvery, and Triveni Sangam have got your back. 
Whoever said you can’t plan a two day trip in Coorg and still manage to explore its beauty? Let this guide be your beacon!

Places to Visit in Coorg on Day 1

01

Abbey Falls

Abbey Falls

One of the most beautiful places to visit in Coorg in 2 days, Abbey Falls is nestled amidst striking greenery. Located very close to Madikeri, Abbey Falls is a 70 feet high natural beauty which rises to full bloom during monsoons.

The waterfall is surrounded by coffee and spice plantations as far as the eye can see. The various structures sweeping through the lush green carpet is a sight to behold. The trail features steps that lead to the waterfall, which require caution during monsoons.

A trekker’s paradise, the waterfall is also neighboured by a hanging bridge which is known to attract many a tourist. What’s more, Abbey Falls is also ideal if you’re looking to dust off your photography skills, owing to its splendid backdrop.

Timings: 
07:00 AM to 06:00 PM every day.

Entry Fees:
INR 15 per person.

Location:
 Abbey falls, Madikeri, Hoskeri, Karnataka 571252.

02

Omkareshwar Temple

Omkareshwar Temple

Built in the year 1820, the Omkareshwar Temple in Madikeri is a beautiful shrine of Lord Shiva and bears reflections of Muhammadan architecture. The Islamic and Gothic construction styles fuse to form the stunning temple structure.

Dominated by a dome in the middle, the temple is graced by four turrets on all four sides. A striking lingam sits right by the temple gate, along with a water tank which is home to several fishes.

As one of the most famous places to visit in Coorg in 2 days, the temple is frequented by throngs of devotees every year. Unique in aesthetics, this 19th-century temple is steeped in mythology and is a treat for this with a penchant for religion and folklore.

Timings: 
06:30 AM to 12:00 PM
                05:00 PM to 08:00 PM

Entry Fees:
No entry fees.

Location:
State Highway 88, Stuart Hill, Madikeri, Coorg, Karnataka, 571201, India.

03

Madikeri Fort

Madikeri Fort

One of the most historically rich places to visit in Coorg in two days, Madikeri Fort occupies the heart of the town of Madikeri. Sheltering the relics of a forgotten age, the fort dates back to the 17th century, during the reign of Muddu Raja.

Besides being a place of historical and cultural importance, the fort is home to some of the most breathtaking views of the neighboring greenery.

It is also home to the Madikeri Deputy Commissioner’s Office. If you wish to catch the place in all its glory, nothing like the monsoons to visit the fort, when a misty veil hover over the fort, and the verdant greenery springs to life.

Timings: 
09:00 AM to 05:30 PM every day.

Entry Fees:
No entry fees.

Location:
Madikeri Fort, Stuart Hill, Madikeri, Karnataka 571201.

04

Raja Seat

Raja Seat

Raja Seat, true to its name, translated literally to “Seat of the Kings”. Lapped in lush greenery, amidst misty hills, Raja Seat is an unmissable place to visit during a two day trip in Coorg.

Sprawling against a beautiful green backdrop, Raja’s Seat refers to the frequently visited spot of the Kings. It is said that the kings of Coorg used to turn to this place to enjoy peaceful evenings, admiring the beauty of Coorg.

The best time to visit Raja Seat is either during sunrise or sunset, or even both! Watching the sun paint a golden sky, as the expansive greenery thrives under its gaze is an experience you will always remember.

Timings:
06:00 AM to 07:30 PM every day.

Entry Fees:
INR 05 per person.

Location:
Stuart Hill, Madikeri, Karnataka 571201.

05

Dubare Elephant Camp

Dubare Elephant Camp

The Dubare Elephant Camp is one of the most refreshing and entertaining places to visit in Coorg in two days. Unfolding along the banks of the river Cauvery, it camp is a magnet for wildlife and nature enthusiasts alike.

You get to closely admire their fascinating lifestyle and the way they’re trained. There are even cottages housed inside the camp if you truly wish to live the experience.

You can even feed the elephants, give them a bath and just really bond with them like never before. Not only is it one of the most beautiful experiences, but also brings you closer to wildlife!

Timings: 
08:00 AM to 10:30 AM
                04:30 PM to 05:30 PM

Entry Fees:
INR 1,500 per person.

Location:
Kushalanagar, Coorg District, Nanjarayapatna, Karnataka 571234.

06

White Water River Rafting

White Water River Rafting

No matter how long or short your trip to Coorg may be, white water river rafting is a must-have experience. Head to the Barapole River, also known as Kithu Kakathu river, for 90 minutes of adrenaline and fun.

It starts with a short briefing about the activity, followed by an informative drill to ensure safety. Once the briefing is concluded, you can delve deep into the raging waters of Barapole! The rapids here are assigned interesting names - Morning Coffee, Grasshopper, Wicked Witch, and the ultimate Big Bang.

Timings: 
09:00 AM to 03:00 PM.

Entry Fees: 
Approx. INR 1,000 per person.

Location:
Barapole river, Coorg, Karnataka.

07

Chikli Hole Dam

Chikli Hole Dam

Caught right between Kushalnagar and Madikeri, Chiklihole Dam rests atop one of the many tributaries of Cauvery. One of the lesser known places to visit in Coorg in two days, the Chiklihole Reservoir enjoys some of the most incredible views of Coorg, while ensuring that you’re away from the crowd.

An ideal spot for nature lovers, the dam is endowed with vast, verdant greenery, and a beautiful, dense forest. The picturesque setting makes it an ideal haunt for photography enthusiasts and picnickers alike. Try to visit the dam during monsoons, the view will take your breath away! Seeking solitude, peace, and quiet? Chiklihole is the place to be.

Timings: 
08:00 AM to 05:00 PM every day.

Entry Fees:
No entry fees.

Location:
Chiklihole Reservoir, Attur Forest, Karnataka, 571234.

08

Nisarga Dhama

Nisarga Dhama

Nisarga Dhama is a quiet little piece of heaven tucked away in the verdant folds of Coorg. Essentially an island mothered by the gurgling Kaveri river, Nisarga Dhama is situated quite close to Kushalnagar.

Spread over 64 acres of lush greenery, the island is ideal for nature lovers as well as picnickers. Lined with bamboo, teak, and sandalwood trees, the weather here is perennially pleasant, especially so during monsoons, when the greenery truly blossoms.

If you crave the taste of the wild, head to the Nisargadhama Ecological Park and rent a cottage for the night. Explore the wilderness of the island to your heart’s content at NisargaDhama, once of the best places to visit during your two day trip in Coorg.

Timings: 
09:00 AM to 05:00 PM every day.

Entry Fees: 
INR 10 per person.

Location: 
Nisargadhama, Coorg, Karnataka, 571234.

09

Golden Temple (Tibet camp)

Golden Temple (Tibet camp)

If you though Coorg was just about coffee plantations and temples, here’s a sweet surprise. A welcome change from the temples in Karnataka, the Golden Temple is a Tibetan Monastery in Coorg, enveloped in the ambient greenery of Kushalnagar.

Granting a respite from the chaos and uproar of the city, the monastery is amongst the biggest Tibetan settlements in the country.

One of the most popular places to visit in Coorg in two days, the monastery houses 40 feet statues of Lord Buddha, along with countless exquisite paintings that relay events from the Tibetan mythology. If you’re remotely passionate about culture and mythology, head to the Golden Temple in Coorg.

Timings: 
09:00 AM to 06:00 PM every day.

Entry Fees:
No entry fees.

Location: 
Arlikumari, P.O. Bylakuppe, Coorg, Karnataka, 571104.

10

End your day at a Homestay in Coorg

End your day at a Homestay in Coorg

Considering the bountiful natural beauty of Coorg, one of the best ways to experience it is spending your days in a homestay. In fact, Coorg is littered with several homestay options and will leave you spoilt for choice.

Also, if you’re looking for a taste of the local living and don’t want to throw your budget out of balance, a homestay is your best bet.

Enjoy a few days in the quiet solitude of your comfortable homestay, admiring the rugged wilderness of the surrounding beauty. So this time, during your two day trip in Coorg, ditch that hotel and make for a homestay of your choice.

Places to Visit in Coorg on Day 2

11

Talacauvery Temple

Talacauvery Temple

Sheltered by the famous Brahmagiri Hill, Talacauvery temple is one of the most popular places to cover during your two day trip in Coorg. Sitting about 48 km away from Madikeri, Talacauvery is a place of religious importance as well as natural beauty, being the origin of the river Cauvery.

Talcauvery houses two temples, one of Lord Shiva, and the other of Lord Ganesha. Perched at an altitude of 1,276 meters, Talacauvery is a favorite amongst devotees who flock here every year.

The temple is neighboured by a lovely little spring called Brahma kundike, which is widely believed to be the source of the river. There is also a shrine nearby, featuring a water tank where visitors may take a bath.

Timings: 
06:00 AM to 08:300 PM every day.

Entry Fees:
No entry fees.

Location: 
Bhagamandala, Kodagu, Coorg, Karnataka, 571247.

12

Bhagamandala Temple

Bhagamandala Temple

Sri Bhagandeshwara Temple is a popular tourist spot located close to Triveni Sangam. It houses four main temples - Bhagandeshwara, Subramanya, Mahavishnu, and Ganpati.

The temple is believed to date back to the 11th century, much of which has been incorporated in its complex architecture. Not very far away is the Paid temple, home to the shrine of Lord Igguthapp.

Bhagamandala temple and the Triveni Sangam are an important tourist and pilgrimage sites in Coorg. Your two day trip in Coorg is essentially incomplete if you skip these destinations.

Timings: 5:30 am - 7:00 pm

Entry Fees:
No entry fees

Location:
Madikeri-Tala Kaveri Rd, Bhagamandala, Coorg, Karnataka, 571247.

13

Triveni Sangam

Triveni Sangam

The famous and river Bhagamadala, publicly referred to as Triveni Sangam is backed by a legend associated with the Cauvery river. It is located about 39 kilometers from Madikeri and is a popular pilgrimage site resting near the foothills of Talacauvery.

Triveni Sangam literally means the confluence of three holy rivers - Cauvery, Kannike, and Sujyoti. Legend has it that the ‘mythical’ river Sujyoti flows underground right up until it merges with the river.

The waters of the Triveni Sangam are believed to possess extraordinary powers, which is why many choose to perform the final rites of their deceased here.

Timings: 
06:00 AM to 07:00 PM.

Entry Fees:
No entry fees.

Location: 
Madikeri-Tala Kaveri Rd, Bhagamandala, Coorg, Karnataka, 571247.

14

Brahmagiri Hills

Brahmagiri Hills

A phenomenal mountain range tucked away in the Western Ghats, Brahmagiri Hill straddles the border of Kodagu and Wayanad. Standing tall at a whopping altitude of 1,608 meters, Brahmagiri is ideal for trekking and overnight camping.

Situated about 85 km away from Madikeri, this famous hill is perched atop Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary. A popular route to reach the hill is via the Iruppu Falls in Coorg.

Treat yourself to lush greenery, and diverse flora and fauna when you hike to the hill, more so during the monsoons. Avoid taking many detours, and stick to the laid-out trail for safety. It is one of the landmarks treks in Coorg.

Timings: Not applicable

Entry Fees:
INR 275 per person.

Location: Kodagu district, Karnataka

15

Nagarhole National Park

Nagarhole National Park

Nagarhole National Park, also known as Rajiv Gandhi National Park, is concealed in the lush folds of Kodagu district in Karnataka. Sharing territory with the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, Nagarhole is now on its way to becoming a heritage site.

Dotted with countless waterfalls, hills, brooks, dense forests and yawning valleys, the park is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna. The name Nagarhole refers to the network of streams and rivers that cut through the national park.

Stretched over an area of 247 square miles, the park is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Coorg in two days.

Timings:
06:00 AM to 09:00 PM
                01:00 PM to 05:00 PM

Entry Fees: C
osts around 250 INR for an Indian and around 1,000 INR for a foreigner.

Location:
Mysore - Madikeri Road, Hunsur, Karnataka 571201.

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