Close to our Homestay in Coorg

  • Nagarhole Forset

    The park derives its name from naga, meaning snake and hole, referring to streams. This park was declared the thirty seventh Project Tiger tiger reserve in 1999.Also Nagarhole National Park, is under consideration by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee for selection as a World Heritage Site. The park has a healthy tiger-predator ratio, with many tigers, Indian bison and elephants. Situated 90KM from madikeri
  • Nalknad Palace

    Nalknad Palace built by Dodda Viraraja in 1792, is situated at the bottom of the highest peak in coorg Thadiyandamol. It once belonged to the Hindu king Lingaraja and promises the tourists a valued visit and enthralls every with its eye-catching paintings and unique architecture. This palace served as the royal hunting lodge and latter as a hide out for royal familey situated 45km from madikeri
  • Igguthappa temple

    Padi Igguthappa Temple is dedicated to Igguthappa, another name for Lord Subramanya (Iggu in Kodava is grain and thappa means to give). Igguthappa is also the Rain God. Thousands gather for the Kaliyarchi festival which falls in the month of march the god is taken out on a procession to the top of Mallama Betta Hill and then reinstalled in the temple. Then it is followed by various ceremonial dances.

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