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Written by Rhea Alex on July 27, 2020 Share on

Coorg itinerary for 3 days – Experience a much needed weekend getaway

Overview

Popularly referred to as the ‘Scotland of India,’ the region of Coorg, truly is an unexplainable beauty. The whole region is filled with some of the most picturesque views and settings, one can find. This, in turn, has made Coorg the most sought after tourist destinations in India.

When it comes to tranquillity, serenity and just some peace and calm; there most definitely isn’t a region that can do justice to what Coorg has to offer. Tourists find themselves in the midst of extensive coffee and tea plantations, commonly known to be the crops of the region.

 

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Through the course of your Coorg itinerary for 3 days, tourists are sure to enjoy the spectacular views of the Western Ghats. The cultural heritage and rich traditions of the region make for yet another great reason for tourists to pay a visit to this land.

Best Time to Visit Coorg

One of the best things about Coorg remains the fact that it truly is an all-year destination. Tourists can opt to travel and make their way to the region, at any given point during the year. 

Best Time to Visit Coorg
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The hill station is blessed with some great tropical climate and is pleasant, all year long. Tourists also need to be aware of the fierce monsoons that hit the lands, during the months of June to September. Your Coorg itinerary for 3 days, could either be a hit or miss, entirely depending on the weather conditions, at that given point of time.

So if you’re on the lookout for a leisure trip, with a great place to stay and the monsoon rains showering down on you, the months of June to September make for a great time. 

Our recommendation, on the other hand, would be a visit during the months of September to March. If you truly would like to soak in the beauty of the place and enjoy the cool weather, as well, this would indefinitely make for an ideal time.

Also read: A 2 day trip from Bangalore to Chikmagalur

How to Reach Coorg

Located just about two seventy kilometres away from the city of Bangalore, hundred and eighteen kilometres from Mysore and about one fifty kilometres from Mangalore; Coorg finds itself accessible from almost all your major cities. So when you’re planning your Coorg itinerary for 3 days, it’s important to keep all of the above in mind.

Tourists can make their way to Coorg by roadways. The direct flight or train connectivity to the region isn’t exactly a possibility.  If you’re travelling by road, it would take about five to six hours, to journey from Bangalore and approximately three hours from Mangalore or Mysore.

Also read: Weekend Getaways from Bangalore in 2020

Coorg Tour

  • Day 1- Visit Kushalnagar and Namdroling Monastery
  • Day 2- Explore Nisargadhama and Dubare Elephant Camp
  • Day 3- Get enchanted at Madikeri, Raja’s Seat, Omkareshwar and Abbey Falls

A Coorg itinerary for 3 days, could just be one of the most interesting and worthwhile vacations of your lifetime. So if you’re looking for the best possible ways to craft your itinerary, here it is!

Day 1:

Kushalnagar

When it comes to an overnight stay in Coorg, there are about two popular towns that come to mind. The towns of ‘Kushalnagar,’ and ‘ Madikeri,’ are just what we’re talking about. Both the regions have garnered great attention through the years and have remained one of the most sought after destinations. Though ‘Kushalnagar,’ is comparatively much smaller than Madikeri, it makes for an amazing place for tourists to explore.

Namdroling Monastery

The Buddhist structure, located in the midst of these stunning hills, is yet another famous attraction in the region. The ‘Namdroling Monastery,’ makes for a rather interesting place for tourists. 

Namdroling Monastery
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If this is your very first visit to the monastery, tourists are sure to find themselves marvelled at this second largest Tibetan settlement. There are about seven thousand students and monks that find themselves rooted in this monastery.

Also read: What are the top places to visit in Coorg: Scotland of India

Day 2:

Nisargadhama

When you’re making your way from the ‘Namdroling Monastery,’ tourists most often reach the ‘Nisargadhama,’ region around late evening. One can find a number of children playing in the arena and also within the adventure park, located within the premises. This forest resort makes for a great place for those of you looking for a relaxed and laid back, place to camp during your Coorg itinerary for 3 days.

Nisargadhama
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Dubare Elephant Camp

Dubare Elephant Camp
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For those of you, who love a cottage stay, in the midst of a picturesque landscape and some wildlife as well, you’ve come to the right place. The ‘Dubare Elephant Camp,’ houses about 10 cottages and gives tourists the opportunity to witness some of the best elephant attractions, in the region.

Also read: Things to do in Coorg- The gateway for Nature Lovers

Day 3

Madikeri

Madikeri
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After an amazing overnight stay at the forest resort, tourists can make their way towards the region of ‘Madikeri.’ Located just about thirty kilometres away from the resort, is a region that is filled with extensive mists, rains and serene environment, unlike any other.

The lush greenery of the lands and the stunning landscape that comes along with it, make ‘Madikeri,’ an ideal destination for your Coorg itinerary for 3 days.

Also read: 9 Best Resorts In Coorg

Raja’s Seat

Raja's Seat
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The entire region of the ‘Raja’s Seat,’ finds itself covered with mist and clouds, especially during the monsoon season. One of the most popular attractions in the region, the ‘Raja’s Seat,’ could just top your to list on your Coorg itinerary for 3 days. The ‘Coorg Valley Viewpoint,’ is yet another stunning location that can be reached from this point.

Omkareshwar

Omkareshwar
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Located just about at walking distance from the ‘Raja’s Seat,’ the region of ‘Omkareshwar,’ is little known to most tourists. If you’re looking for a religious touch to your Coorg itinerary for 3 days, a visit to the temple complex could just be it.

Also read: Best day trips in Coorg

Abbey Falls

Abbey Falls
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When it comes to the most picturesque and unique waterfalls in the hills, the ‘Abbey Falls,’ has got to be it. Located about seven kilometres into the stunning landscapes of the region, the waterfalls has got to be a must-do on your Coorg itinerary for 3 days. This is undoubtedly one of the most popular attractions for tourists in Coorg.

Has this blog gotten you all excited and pumped up to get your travel plans going? Explore the region of Coorg, by booking your all-inclusive Coorg tour package today. Book your tour package close to your city with Pickyourtrail and find the escapade you’ve been looking for!

Also read: Bangalore To Coorg – A Spectacular Journey to the Hill Station!

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