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... interests in hospitality and nature. As they have vast knowledge of the local area and India in general, the hosts are very happy to act as guides and take their guests to local attractions. People staying ...
2. What are Homestays? (In general)
(Information/General)
... which will naturally place a bearing on the cost. Some accommodation will be quite basic offering a bed and meals, but most hosts ensure the houses remain clean and welcoming. Most home stays will have ...
... Assuming that you have entered Beeruga Village through T. Shettigere. (Read Left to Right from first column and move to next row) After T. Shettigere, You will get Beeruga Village. At ...
... many visitors at bay, although it is least expensive, often referred as off-season or off-peak season in Coorg. If you have more than one date in mind, the following information may be of use to you.  ...
... delicacies that have been gathered over the years from Greek culture. Coorg cuisine is dominated with dishes prepared with Pork, Chicken and Mutton. Pork curry (Pandhi Curry), Chicken Curry, Rice Roti, ...
... forests, a few acres large, surround many temples. These little patches of forests, where no hunting or chopping trees are allowed, enhance the ecology of the estate zones and provide safe haven to small ...
7. History and Origin of Coorg
(Information/coorg)
... There are many versions behind the origin of the name Kodagu. According to the Puranas, Kodava is the redifned name of Krodhadesa, meaning 'Land of Anger', said to have been inhabited by the Kodava tribe. ...
8. Kodava as Religion and Faith
(Information/coorg)
... when compared to Hindu customs. Over recent centuries, Hindu culture has influenced the Kodavas immensely but yet they still have maintained their uniqueness. Caste system was unknown to them and they ...
... dudis as they sing. The songs have haunting melodies and evoke memories of times long past. Kodava folk dances are performed to the beat of many of these songs. The Pattole Palame was written using the ...
10. Trekking and Hiking around Coorg
(Information/coorg)
... not altogether inaccessible; two-thirds of it can be negotiated on a jeep. On the way you can also have a glimpse of an old palace called 'Nalku Naadu Aramane'. All along the way trekkers experience grassy ...
11. Gaddige or Gadduge - Mercara City
(Information/Tourist Spots)
... center. The bars of windows made of brass have fine engravings. A colorful view of the town, mostly residential areas and the flora, can be seen from a different angle. Location: Mercara City  ...
12. Talacauvery - Bhagamandala
(Information/Tourist Spots)
...  This place is enormously blessed with nature. One an have a panoramic view of Coorg from here. The way that leads to the place and the place itself is photogenic. Sunset and sunrise both are mesmerizing. ...
... Sera Je, Sera Mey and the Namdroling monastery. Another important monastery is the Tashi Lhumpo monastery, the seat of the Panchen Lama. Buddhist refugee camps at Bylakuppe have prayer halls which houses ...
14. Nehru Mantap - Mercara Town
(Information/Tourist Spots)
... this place worthwhile. There are around 25-30 steps to reach the mantap. Visit Nehru mantap only if you have plenty of time to spare. It is better for non-nature lovers, children and older generation ...
15. Abbey Waterfalls - Near Mercara City
(Information/Tourist Spots)
... your camera! The best place to have a better view of the falls is by standing on the hanging bridge opposite to the falls itself. Distilled water, bottled juice and snacks are available at sight. Other ...
16. Chelavara Waterfalls - Chelavara village
(Information/Tourist Spots)
... crossroads all along. You will have to walk for about a kilometer from the parking area to reach the falls. It is fairly easy to climb to the falls, but the incline and trail difficulty increases dramatically ...
17. Mallalli Waterfalls - Mallalli village
(Information/Tourist Spots)
... pain might have to be extra carefull. Do not leave children unattended at anytime. Carry all necessary things along with you, as there are no shops in the vicinity. Try as much to wear trekking boots ...
18. Nagarahole National Park
(Information/Tourist Spots)
... to visit the park is between September and May. The Forest Department, have their rest houses at Nagarahole. Wild animals found here include the Tiger, Leopard, Indian elephant, Indian bison or gaur, ...
19. Dubare Forest - Nanjarayapattana
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... the river with mahouts helping them with the process. If you have a good smile and a good sense of humor you can get a free ride on the elephant! This is mainly an elephant capturing and training camp ...
20. Chiklihole Reservoir - Nanjarayapattana
(Information/Tourist Spots)
... forest on the other makes this place a great travel destination across Coorg. The Chiklihole reservoir on the tributary of river Kaveri is also a wonderful picnic spot. Visit this place only if you have ...
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