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Coorg in Karnataka is one of the most beautiful tourist places in South India. Madikeri - located 255 km from Bangalore and lying at 1525 m above sea level is the district headquarters of Coorg. Nicknamed the Scotland of India, Coorg is a treasure trove of breathtaking natural beauty and is an unforgettable holiday destination.

The enchanting Coorg tour packages entice you to embark on Coorg Tour, wherein you can enjoy a wonderful experience which you will want to relive again and again. These tour packages can be customized to suit your taste and style, thus ensuring that you can relax and enjoy a hassle-free tour to Coorg.

Coorg Tour Packages will help you cherish the picturesque hills, verdant valleys, lush forests, extensive tea and coffee plantations, orange groves, undulating streets and breathtaking locales dotting the land. While on Tour to Coorg in Karnataka, you can bask in the picture-perfect natural beauty of this idyllic hill station, which is further enhanced by the traditionally beautiful dark tiled cottages and the lovely flowers and shrubs growing here and there.

Languages SpokenKannada, Kodava, Arebhashe, Tulu
Area4,102 km2 (1,584 sq mi)
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Coorg one of the most fascinating, pristine and exuberant hill stations in Karnataka. Nestled among the lush green pastures of Western Ghats, Coorg offers unparalleled luxury to its visitors owing to its magical appeal. Coorg is situated at an altitude of 3500 ft above sea level.

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