Coorg Adventure

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We recently went on a small trip to Madikeri. Madikeri is a popular I hill station in India which is in the state of Karnataka, India which popularly known as Coorg.

We stayed at Moriz Inn in Coorg. The adventure went somewhat like this...

We started our adventure by going to Talakaveri temple. Talakaveri is the place that is generally considered to be the source of the river Kaveri. The temple stands at a height of 1,276 m. above sea level. The view from the temple was breathtaking. You can even climb 400 stairs to reach the topmost part of the mountain where you can see everything.

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Next, we went to Abbi/Abbey Waterfalls. Abbey Falls is a very popular waterfall in India. The waterfall is named after a British Officers wife. It was earlier called Jessi Falls. It is situated between private coffee plantations with stocky coffee bushes and spice estates with trees entwined with pepper vines. A hanging bridge constructed just opposite the falls.

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The next day we went to Madikeri Fort. The fort consists of an amazing museum. Unfortunately, no photography was allowed. The museum consists of all historical period thing such as swords, status, etc. Outside the museum, there was 2 giant elephant status.

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We also went to Nisargadhama and Dubare Elephant Camp.

We also went to Raja Tomb.

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Later we went to Raja Seat. Raja seat is one of the most tourist attraction in Karnataka, especially in Coorg. The moment we went their rain started pouring and the view became incredible. If you're going to Coorg I highly recommend taking some umbrellas and sweaters. Coorg is way too cold during all seasons but especially during monsoon and winter. Raja Seat is a pleasant spectacle of refreshing layers of greenery, chain of high and low-rise-mountains attired with mist, the Raja Garden was a one-time-favorite of the kings of Kodagu who used to watch the setting sun, and spend time with their queens here. It is shaped like a small square in brick and mortar, with four pillars bridged by arches, enhanced by beautiful surroundings. Near the Raja Seat, there is also Toy Train for Children.

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We also went to The Golden Temple which is a Buddhist Namdroling Monastery, is an ornate structure surrounded by groves of sandalwood trees.

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I hope you liked my adventure and if you're playing to go to Coorg don't forget to buy spices, coffee, and wine and also don't forget to taste the amazing pork chops.  

All the pictures are taken from Samsung Galaxy S6
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