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Irupu Falls

This refreshing Irupu Falls is situated at a distance of 48 kms from Virajpet on the way to Nagarhole. The Shiva temple here is said to have been dedicated by Lord Rama himself on the banks of River Lakshmanatheertha a tributary to the river Cauvery. This place is believed to cleanse one's sins and is visited by thousands of devotees from far places on Shivaratri day. There is temple dedicated to Sri Ram, surrounded by paddy fields, from where it is a climb up to the falls through natural forest.

Brahamagiri line of hills

Brahmagiri is a mountain range in the Western Ghats of south India. It is situated on the border between Wayanad District of Kerala state on the south and Kodagu district in Karnataka on the north side. Brahmagiri Hill, at 1608 m height, is a scenic tourist attraction.



Brahmagiri can be reached by a trek from Mananthavady (29 km east) or from Kutta. From Karnataka side, trek to Brahmagiri from Irpu Falls is 9 km and to Munikal Caves is 7 km. Trekkers need to seek the permission of Range Forest Officer at Srimangala.



Another Wildlife Sanctuary near Nagarahole National Park. Irupu Rameshwara Temple and Irupu Falls are situated nearby. As the mountain comes under Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary area, prior permission from the Department of forests in necessary. Trekking distance 24 kms; 80 kms from Madikeri (Near Srimangala).

Tirunelli Temple

Tirunelli Temple is surrounded by four mountains, this temple is a marvel of temple architecture. The crystal clear waters of the PAPANASINI (Ganga of south) river running downhill add to the enchantment of the Palace.

Tholpetty

It is situated along the Northern ridge of Wayanad. This is the wild life sanctuary of Wayanad. It is adeciduous forest with teakforests, bamboo and tall grass.

Kuruva Island

Kuruva Island is situated in Wayanad, Kerala. 20kms away from kutta to Kuruva.

Rameswara Temple

Rameshwara temple Rameshwara temple is known as Southern Kashi, this established in the year 1841. It is believed that Sri Rama while resting in the forest he said to have establish the Shivalinga in memory of this, the temple is built.

Nagarahole Forest

A game sanctuary also named 'The Rajeev Gandhi National Park' Offers safari in the early morning and evenings.

Nagarahole Forest

Wonder off in to the Forest and rediscover the hidden flora and fauna in the arms of mother nature. It is 10 kms away from our homestay.

Nagarahole Forest

A game sanctuary also named 'The Rajeev Gandhi National Park' Offers safari in the early morning and evenings.

Chelvara Falls

Chelvara Falls located at a distance of 16 kms from Virajpet, the Chelvara falls is one of the most beautiful water falls of Kodagu. The Water here plunges in two different streams. Just 2 kms from the falls is the 'Chomakund' hill, renowned for its mind boggling scenic beauty.

Harangi

A reservoir with picturesque spot is one of the main attractive tourist centre at a distance of 9 kms from Kushalnagar. Best season to visit is between August and December. Private buses are available or you can hire a taxi from Kushalnagar.

Abby Falls

About 8 Kms from Madikeri is the beautiful waterfall and picnic spot, where the Abbey cascades 70 ft down to flow as a small river. A path through coffee and cardamom plantation off the main road adds to the attraction of the perennial waterfall. Enjoy the gushing, roaring beauty but a desire to take a dip in the cool waters may prove to be risky.

Bhagamandala

This is a well known pilgrimage centre situated at a distance of 39 kms from Madikeri. Bhagamandala is on the banks of the confluence of three rivers, Cauvery, Kannike and the sub terranian Sujyoti, popularly known as "Triveni Sangama". The famous Sri Bhagandeswara temple is located here. A large number of tourists visit Bhagamandala particularly during the Thula Sankramana jatra and the entire Thula month(October-November).


Thadiyandamol Hill

Tadiandamol (5,724 ft) is the highest peak of the district and is situated near Nalknad Palace which is 40 kms from Madikeri. The peak is not altogether inaccessible; two-thirds of it can be negotiated on a jeep. The topmost position is rather difficult to ascent. But if one preserves and climbs to the top, their exertions are amply rewarded and there from the giddy top of the peak they can look all around towards west and east and feast their eyes on the majestic grandeurs of the slopes.


Dubare Forest

Another picnic spot near Kushalnagar on the banks of river Cauvery. Elephant Training camp belonging to forest department is situated here. River Cauvery comes under Mahasheer fishing area, supported by Coorg Wild Life Society. This island situated near Kushalnagar is not connected by public transport. Hire a taxi from Kushalnagar.


Madikeri Fort

The fort is situated in the center of the town, on top of a hillock. Built by Lingaraja during the 19th century, now it houses the state government offices, the law courts and the public library. The ancient Ganesha temple, the statue of two elephants, the stone turtle in the courtyard is reminiscent of history. A chapel built by the British after the accession in 1834 houses a museum. A visit to this museum will give an insight into the history of Kodagu.


Gaddige

Gaddige or the tombs of Virarajendra and Lingarajendra at Madikeri is one of the important monuments of Coorg. The royal tombs on a hillock to the north of Madikeri provides a commanding view of the town. Lingarajendra's tomb was built in 1820. There are also the tombs of a Raja's priest and that of two army commanders. A commemorative plaque, eulogizing the bravery of General Biddanda Bopu who fought.


Goldern Temple

Gautam Buddha at India's biggest Tibetan monastery covered from coorg. This comprises of two universities and two monasteries and is inhabited by Tibetian Monks. This is situated near kushalnagar, 30 Kms from Siddapura and known as "Byle Kuppe". Bylukuppa, a nearby village of Kushalnagar (belongs to Mysore district) houses refugees from Tibet. Although refugees, Tibetians have kept their culture and heritage intact. Tourists can witness their way of life, architecture; even taste Tibetian dishes and Tibetian handicrafts are also available. Regular buses operate from Kushalnagar to Periyapatna via Bylukuppa.



Cauvery Nisarga Dhama

Forest department is maintaining this wonderful picnic spot, on the banks of river Cauvery, near Kushalnagar. The hanging bridge, pedal boat center, tree top shelters, elephant safari, deer park is the main attractions of Cauvery Nisargadhama. Forest Department provides bamboo cottages and brick cottages for tourists. Situated at a distance of 2 kms from Kushalnagar on the Mysore-Madikeri Road. This is a man-made island with an area of 65 acres. It has huge hanging bridge at the entrance of this spot.



Rajaseat

Perched atop a hill, overlooking a wide valley is the place where the kings of yore spent their evenings, watching the spectacular sunset and mesmerizing view of the valley around. An early morning visit, bracing the chilly breeze gives a glimpse of the hilltops rising above the mist-covered valley to kiss the sky. Next to this beautiful park is the 300year old temple of Kundurumotte Chowti Mariamma.


Talacauvery

Talacauvery is the birthplace of the sacred river Cauvery. It is situated on the slopes of the Brahmagiri Hills, and can be reached by a motorable road from Bhagamandala, which is at a distance of 8 kms. There are temples dedicated to Ishwara & Ganapathi at the source of Cauvery. The "Tula Sankramana" day (usually falling in the month of October) is regarded as the most auspicious day for visiting Talacauvery.

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