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Coorg or Kodagu was originally called Kodaimalenadu, which means 'dense forest on a steep hill’. This southwestern district of Karnataka bordering Kerala is situated on the western mountainous region of South India. It has an area of 1595 square miles or 4102.3 sq. km. In relative terms, Coorg is four times larger than Hong Kong, and seven times larger than Singapore. Visitors are often thrilled by the panoramic views of morning mist rolling down thickly wooded hill slopes, undulating paddy fields and neat rows of coffee bushes resplendent under the blue skies.
252 kms. from Bangalore and 1525 m above sea level lies Madikeri, the district headquarters of Kodagu. Popularly called “ the Scotland of India”, this town has a lot to offer to the tourist. Misty hills, lush forest,
acres and acres of tea and coffee plantation, orange groves, undulating streets and breathtaking views are what make Madikeri an unforgettable holiday destination.
  Some of the important places to visit in and around Madikeri are  
Mysore is one of the major cities of Karnataka. Today, Mysore is a vibrant city teeming with tourists and visitors. It is known the world over for its exotic sandalwood and rich silks. Its grand and imposing palaces, majestic temples, gardens leave an ever-lasting impression on the visitor.
  Madikeri Fort  

This 19th century fort, in the centre of Madikeri, houses a temple, a chapel, prison and a small museum. The fort offers a beautiful view of Madikeri.
Raja's Seat
According to legend, the kings of Kodagu spent their evenings here. Immediately below is an extensive valley,Studded with paddy fields. Beyond the valley the blue mountain ranges stand in majestic silence ,. But what's unforgettable about Raja's seat is the spectacular sunset that one can enjoy from here .Best Time to Visit: Morning and evening hours (Sunrise & Sunset)
Tala-Kaveri-the birth place of river Kaveri, is an astoundingly beautiful place which is surrounded by mountains.River Kaveri which is one of the 7 sacred rivers of Sapta Sindhus of the Hindu s criptures, originated
at a place called Talakaveri in the Brahmagiri hills, at about 4,500 ft above sea level. This place is marked by a kundike (shown in the picture)from where the river emerges as a small perennial spring, but flows underground again to emerge a short distance away.
  From Talakaveri, steps lead up to the nearby Brahmagri peak, where the Seven great sages called the Sapta Maharishis had performed a special yagna. From the peak, as well as on the drive to Talakaveri, tourists can enjoy a good view of the misty blue Brahmagiri hills.  
Bylakuppa near Kushalnagar houses refugees from Tibet. These refugees have kept their culture and heritage intact. The Tibetan way of life, their religion, handicraft centers, architectures are main tourist attractions. Recently built Golden Temple (Nyinymapa Monastery) attracts tourists from abroad. Tourist can also taste a variety of Tibetan dishes here.
Nagerhole means “Snake River”,derived from the river which meanders through the park. Created from a former King’s hunting grounds, Nagarahole is one of the best game sanctuaries in South India, providing a natural living conditions to several wild animals like elephants, tigers, panthers, rhinos and wild elephants, but one is more likely to see smaller game like gaur, deer, wild dogs and langur. The 640 sq. km. park and animal life is part of the country's first "bio-sphere reserve". Pleasantly cool round the year, it is a little difficult to reach, which makes it quieter than other parks. This in turn makes it a great place to relax. Jungle safaris & elephant rides are available Both trekking and going by private vehicles is allowed, though permission has to be taken first. Huts have been built for those who wish to stay in the wilds.
This is mainly an elephant capturing and training camp of the Forest Department, at the edge of Dubare forest, on the bank of river Kaveri, on the Kushalnagar - Siddapur road.
The largest land animal is captured here with the help of tamed elephants and local tribals - the Kurbas - and is held captive for upto 6 months in large teak wood cages. The tamed elephants attend to various jobs during the day and in the evenings they come down to the river to bathe and to be scrubbed clean by their mahouts. Afterwards the mahout obliges eager tourists for free elephant rides within the camp. In the evenings, all the elephants are offered a special treat of ladoos made of ragi and jaggery, each no smaller than a cannon ball!

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