Abbey Falls: A popular tourist spot, Abbey Falls is a beautiful waterfall located amidst lush greenery. The water cascading down the rocks makes for a stunning sight.
Dubare Elephant Camp: Located on the banks of River Cauvery, this camp is home to several elephants. Visitors can bathe and feed the elephants, and also go for elephant rides.
Nisargadhama: This island is located on the banks of River Cauvery and is accessible via a hanging bridge. It is home to several deer, rabbits, and peacocks, and also has a children's playground.
Talacauvery: This is the source of River Cauvery and is considered a holy site. There is a temple dedicated to Lord Brahma here, and visitors can also enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding hills.
Namdroling Monastery: This is one of the largest Tibetan Buddhist monasteries in India and is home to over 5,000 monks. Visitors can see the stunning golden statues of Buddha and enjoy the peaceful surroundings.
Raja's Seat: This is a beautiful garden located on a hilltop, from where visitors can enjoy stunning views of the surrounding hills and valleys.
Tadiandamol Peak: This is the highest peak in Coorg and is a popular spot for trekking. Visitors can enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding hills from the top.
Madikeri Fort: This fort was built by the Kodava king in the 17th century and is now a museum. Visitors can see historical artifacts and learn about the local history.
Iruppu Falls: Located near the border of Karnataka and Kerala, Iruppu Falls is a stunning waterfall that is considered sacred. Visitors can take a dip in the cool waters of the falls.
Coffee Plantations: Coorg is famous for its coffee plantations, and visitors can take a tour of the plantations and learn about the coffee-making process. Some plantations also offer homestays where visitors can experience the local culture.