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Coorg has a soothing climate through out the year with an average temperature of about 15 degree Celsius. Summers (March to May) are pleasant and not exceeding 28 degree Celsius. Monsoons (June to September) offer medium and calm rainfalls. Winters (December to February) are cool with temperature not dipping 11°C. The best season to visit Coorg is from October to May. Unlike any other place, monsoons too are good time to visit Coorg as its wild beauty unfolds to the maximum when it drizzles. 

How To Reach

By Road:

Coorg is well-connected to most of the important cities in Karnataka. Mysore is120 km (approx. 2:15 hrs by road), Hassan -115 km (approx 2 hrs by road), Mangalore-135 km (approx 2:30 hrs by road), and Bangalore -250 km (approx 4 hrs 40 minutes by road). 

By Air:

The nearest airport to Coorg is Mysore, which is 120 km away. Mangalore and Bangalore airports are the other airports near, located at a distance of 135 km and 250 km. 

By Rail:

The railhead nearest to Coorg is Mysore, at a distance of 55 kms. 


Coorg has a special place among the hill stations in India with an all pervading romantic ambience. Unending stretches of orange orchards, mystic hills, zigzagging waterfalls,refreshing aroma of coffee – when all these ingredients combines together in Coorg you cannot resist its tempting call. And of course the cool climate with occasional drizzles adds to its charm. No wonder, Coorg is glorified as the 'Scotland of India' and 'Kashmir of the South' with its natural splendour and exotic environment. The intoxicating fragrance from the abundant plantations here sets the right atmosphere for a romantic getaway.


Nestled among the well known greeneries of the Western Ghats and bordered by the legendary Kaveri river in Karnataka, Coorg houses many rare species of flora and fauna. It is also an excellent destination for bird lovers. Earlier known as Kodagu, Coorg is also called as the coffee bowl of India owing to its plantations. Sprawling in the midst of misty, cloud-wreathed hills and water falls, many places of Coorg district is great for an exploration on foot.

Adventure lovers too have something here. Coorg have many challenging trekking points and ample opportunities for angling and rafting.  For food and coffee lovers, Coorg is a paradise with the estate fresh coffee experience. Spend wonderful evenings here with the spicy delights the region is famous for.


Accommodations at luxurious resorts amidst falls and plantations or in a well-networked home stay offer exclusive privacy as well as a unique experience. So look no further for a relaxing and rejuvenating holiday.