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Hi this is keerthi vaasan, We are of 14 members for the trip. We reached at afternoon. The climate was really awesome. We started playing volleyball b...
One of the best places for camping. You will love the drive to reach this place, those roads!! so beautiful.Can't forget the hospitality of the host...
This is a special package with a complimentary sightseeing tour like no other. Please read the end of the overview for details.
About the activity:
How To Reach?
The activity takes place in Heravanadu which is located at a 30 min drive from Coorg. The destination can be easily accessed by public or private transport.
Minimum number of people req: 1
Arrive at the campsite which is a private property by 11:00 AM and check-in. Enjoy the pleasant ambience prevailing in the location.
Meet the very friendly hosts of yours and feel happy to get a warm welcome. You will be surprised to see their hospitality, for sure.
Get refreshed and have lunch following which you can indulge and enjoy the serene beauty of nature.
in the evening, enjoy Hi tea or a coffee.
You can then relax in the campsite.
Gather together near a bonfire.
Rest of the time you can go to partake in some outdoor activities as well.
Afterwards, relax and retire for the night.
Enjoy your breakfast before you head out to walk around the plantation and it is the best time to get cuddled by nature purely. Inhale the fresh air mixed with the therapeutic aroma of coffee.
Later, check-out at around 11:00 AM.
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Rated : 5.0
Hi this is keerthi vaasan, We are of 14 members for the trip. We reached at afternoon. The climate was really awesome. We started playing volleyball ball after long time. We played like this while we are in college. After some time we went for a trek on water falls. Really a fantastic ride. We took bath the water is nearly to freezing stage. I first really scared to go on. But after sometime my soul got sticked there. While returning from there only my body returned but my soul sticked out there. Food was really more delicious. They served with good respect. They are maintaining it in good way. The best palce to visit with frnds.
Rated : 5.0
One of the best places for camping. You will love the drive to reach this place, those roads!! so beautiful.Can't forget the hospitality of the host. Bahaddur, who is working over there and his kids are so much fun to talk. They served delicious authentic madikeri food. walk around the estate, don't worry Bahadur kids can take you there and be such a wonderful company. Bonfire, you get to meet different people from different places, share a drink, exchange of thoughts, what not. Overall its one of the affordable best packages in madikeri.
Rated : 5.0
It was an stunning experience for me as solo traveler. Location is in 16 km cut from Madikeri towards Talakaveri and last 3 km pathway is very much into the forest and you will be enjoying that. Location is untapped by many and road in the last stretch is not so comfortable and that is the beauty of the place. The place is very much into the forest and you wont here any sound other than birds,leaves and wind. No Wifi and Network is very weak and that's exactly what we need when we are in holidays. Temperature is damn low at night and camp fire sets the mood for it to enjoy. Tent sleep is a different experience for me and i am sure it would be the same for all. Water stream flows nearby and we can go and pass time there. Morning, we walked around 2 Km into the forest to see a jungle falls which is icing on the cake. Trekking path is also untouched by many i believe. Also you can coffee estate to walk around. No need to mention that food is very delicious and so are services. On a whole, I am sure it would be a complete package for a camp day or two. if it is Coorg, this should be your stay place. I landed at thrillophilia accidentally and it is a needed one. If i want to say in Rajini style, "Magizhchi
Rated : 5.0
It was an amazing and adventurous experience. The whole camping area was great with very good homely food. Theexperience staying out there was remarkable. The service people out there are very generous and behaved very humbly. The bathrooms were pretty clean and well maintained with supply of hot water . The best part was bonfire. Truly speaking , it was worth going and staying out there and its one of the best days for us. Thanks Civet Creek Camping Team & Thrillophilia Team for coordinating. Cheers !!! Thanks and Regards, Debasish Nayak
Rated : 5.0
If you've ever been to a camp, you quite know the drill!But this one is off tracks (in a good way), right from the route one has to take to get to the camp -- to the view one gets from those tents -- the brilliant landscape -- homecooked feel good food -- the numerous options one has to pass time! from TT, badminton, volleyball, cricket to cards! The essentials and minor needs of visitors are taken care in the most adorable way, this makes one's stay even more pleasant.The hospitality will blow you away!The icing on the cake is the trek and the waterfall ????
Rated : 5.0
By far the best team outing me and my team had! And this was made possible by Civet Creek team and Thrillophilia. We were a little apprehensive about an over-night camping trip and going to a place with little to no phone signals. Though the checkin could be done by 11, we finally ended up at the place by 2:30pm. The place is tucked away in between coffee plantations. Since we arrived late on day 1 and a few were tired, we skipped the trip to waterfall. And it was hot (March)! We were the only group that day on the property. So we chose the shade of the adjacent tents to play some indoor cricket. Once it cooled a bit, the team had fun over the trampolines, rope walk setup, badminton, cricket and volleyball! There was also a TT table but there was no time!They have everything to keep everyone busy with some activity or the other. Once it became dark, everyone was silent for a while as they didn't know what to do. No mobile signals. That's when the camping started, chit-chatting, playing cards. For those not used to camping, till about 730-8pm, there would be some flies and insects around at this place. We asked Bahadur(the caretaker) to setup the bonfire around which we continued to chit-chat and have some wonderful food prepared by the cook. Simple yet tasty food and starters. We continued to have conversations under the starry skies till about 3am when we finally hit the bed. Each tent has bedding for 2 people which is comfortable and clean. Clean sheets and pillows were provided. The bathrooms too were clean and hot water supply was present round the clock. Need to carry torchlight though. The next morning after morning we went on a nice 30 mins trek which showed us our fitness levels right in our face. Bahadur's 5 year old son was much faster than us on the trek. The trek ended in a beautiful waterfall in a private property. Both the surroundings and the water were extremely clean. After spending a couple of hours there, we headed back to freshen up. Had some lovely lemon juice and left back to Bangalore. Mr.Madappa (the owner) and Bahadur (caretaker) made our stay extremely pleasant with the facilities, food, smiles and going the extra mile. And all this at a price of Rs1500/- per head .....wow!!!! Thank you!!!!
Rated : 5.0
I will recommend the this camp as a ' must do'for anyone who is interested to experience Outdoor camping and has little time available. I had so many positive experiences that it will be difficult for me to write a crisp & yet complete review. I will however give it a try - first & foremost - the support provided by Thrillophilia was excellent - right from the booking stage to the trip confIrmation - it was a smooth experience. The people at the camp - Madappa Ji and Bahadur Bhaiyya were courteous and helpful. The tents and the shacks were nice - well maintained, clean, warm, free of insects & mosquitoes...Nice & light breakfast, lunch and dinner- well-suited for an outdoor camp like this. We had a great time at the waterfall - completely drenched ourselves & just didn't realize how an hour went by :) The coffee estate was lovely- so many trees, plants and shrubs. All in all, the experience is well worth the money and I strongly recommend it to outdoor enthusiasts. Thank you Thrillophilia for connecting people with such lovely experiences !
Rated : 5.0
The best thrilling and adventurous experience we ever had...!!! We, a group of two family with 2kids travelled from Hyderabad to Coorg by road and reached the camp site at around 1am mid night on 13th January. The special gesture and hospitality provided by Bahadur on the arrival night and other arrangements by a small boy Rajkumar made our trip. We were there for two nights; but felt, that was not enough. The thrilling activities at camp site and the site seeing was amazing. We will certainly visit the place again to explore more... Thanks Thrillophilia to provide such an wonderful hospitality and trip.
Rated : 4.0
A recommendable experience to everyone, Coorg is great place to visit. The camp was fine too
Rated : 5.0
it was a peaceful place with wonderful surrounding and nice weather.. the host was very helpful especially the servant named bahadur.. the waterfall tour was great even though it is a bit small but for a group of 5-6 it was good..advice:dont wait for others to come for waterfall trip. if they are not ready by 3 pm then ask for personal trip to waterfall it is 4 km from camp and 2 km walk after that.
What is the best time to visit Coorg for Camping?
If you are an adventurer fanatic then the best time to visit Coorg for camping is in the months of October and November. This is the best time to go hiking and trekking in the Western Ghats. Coorg is a place for adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers. You will fall in love with the serenity of the place. Many adventure enthusiasts also prefer to come to Coorg in the months of July in order to make the most out of the rainy season as Coorg begins to flourish with the very first drizzles of rain.
Can we do camping in Coorg during the monsoon also?
The monsoon camping and trekking activities in Coorg are gaining popularity among the tourists. They love to go trekking and camping in some of the famous places like Raja’s Seat and Mandal Patti in the course of their stay in Coorg. Camping in the midst of the natural scenic beauty would just be awesome in the monsoon days with a little drizzle all around. However, you need to take all the safety precautions when camping. Being prepared for the worst case is always best when thinking of outdoor camping.
Why is Coorg so famous for camping?
Coorg is a little town in southern Karnataka embraced by the Western Ghats. The natural scenic setting makes for one of the top places for camping activities. It has numerous breathtaking sights and a wide collection of flora and fauna. Coorg is also known all over the world for its coffee plantation. Camping in the middle of a coffee plantation is surely one of a kind experience.
Is it worth visiting Coorg for camping?
Coorg is absolutely one of the best places to visit for any adventure and nature lover. Coorg is at its best in the monsoons and many people come here in the rainy season for various camping and trekking activities. If you are interested to spend your holiday in camps then there is no better place in India than Coorg.
How far is Coorg from Bangalore? How to reach Coorg from Bangalore?
Coorg is about 245 km away from the state capital of Bangalore. You can easily reach Coorg from Bangalore by means of trains and buses and it takes about 6 hours of travel time. You can choose to drive down the highway to reach Coorg by your own vehicle as well. You will surely love the drive through the greenery. Being close to Bangalore, it is one of the most loved weekend getaway spots for bachelors and couples.
Where is Coorg located? How can I reach Coorg?
Coorg is located on the Western Ghats. It is situated about 245 km away from Bangalore, 120 km from Mysore and 135 km from Mangalore.
-Coorg has superb connectivity with all the nearby cities. You can easily reach Coorg by means of direct trains and buses. You can hop on any of the KSRTC buses that ply regularly from the nearby cities to Coorg.
-The nearest airport from Coorg is Mysore airport, which is at a distance of 120 km. You can also fly to Mangalore and Bangalore and then take the road to reach Coorg.
-If you love driving down the mountainous roads and greenery, then you can also take your car.
Are Coorg and Madikeri the same?
Coorg and Madikeri are not the same. These are two different places and the distance between Coorg and Madikeri is 17 km by road. However, Madikeri is referred to as Coorg many a time as it is situated close to Coorg. If you are planning to go to Coorg, then it is pretty easy to include Madikeri in your plan. Madikeri and Coorg are the treasured possessions of Karnataka. These places are serene and peaceful all over the year. Most of the newly-weds prefer to go to Madikeri and Coorg for a romantic weekend.
Which is the best month to visit Coorg?
The best month to visit Coorg is from November to February. The temperature in these months drops below 10 degrees making adventure more fun. If you want to enjoy the monsoon in Coorg, then you can also visit in the month of July. The natural beauty of Coorg gets lovelier in this month after the very first monsoon rains. On a lighter note, if nature fascinates you then you can come down to Coorg at any time of the year. It won’t disappoint you for sure. It would definitely have something or the other to offer.
How many days are required to visit Coorg?
It is a matter of fact that you can cover the entire Coorg in just two days, however, if you want to take away the real fun of Coorg with you then you need to spend a minimum of seven days. In these seven days, you should make plans for going camping and trekking to the mountaintops and familiarizing yourself with the Coorg lifestyle.
What are some must-visit places & things to do while visiting Coorg?
Some of the must-visit places in Coorg are:
You can take part in a number of activities in Coorg such as camping, trek to Tadiandamol Peak, fishing, plantation walk, hiking, microlight flight, water rappelling, off-roading, bird watching, night driving, quad biking, river rafting, sightseeing tours, and jeep safari.
What are the things to buy in Coorg?
Coorg is no less than a paradise for shopaholics. When you are Coorg, you can think of buying coffee, Organic Spices, Dry Fruits, Honey, Oranges, Exotic Homemade Wines, Local Delicacies, Handmade Chocolates, Pandi Curry Ingredients, Silk Saris, and Gold Jewelry.
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