Inspired By Nigooda Ratri, Here Are 5 Places In Coorg That You Must See After The Lockdown

Thinking of where to be after the lockdown? Coorg is just the place for you!

Abbey Falls

Nigooda Ratri, directed by Master Anand, is a Zee Kannada horror show about a family that decides to settle in Kodagu. However, when they move into the house, they all experience a certain uneasiness that they try to make peace with. Speaking of Kodagu, the Coorg region of Karnataka is extremely picturesque and alluring for its mountainous areas. Here are some of the places that you must visit during your time here.

Coffee Plantations

Coorg is very famous for its plantations that contribute to 60% of India’s coffee production. It also has several rosewood and sandalwood forests along with it. However, the coffee plantations are the highlight when in Coorg.

Abbey Falls

Abbey Falls is considered the biggest waterfall in the Kodagu region and also believed to be the most beautiful just after the monsoon season. If you do visit it, all you’ll have is cascading water all around. Abbey Falls is located about 15 minutes north of Madikeri.

Abbey Falls
Abbey Falls

Mountains and Hiking

If you’re looking to hike, then the route from Kakkabe to Thadiyandamol is recommended as it is the state’s highest peak. Trekking from the Brahmagiri range to Irupu Falls is also one of the most suggested areas for the same.

Namdroling Nyingmapa Tibetan Monastery

Located in Bylakuppe near Kushalnagar, this monastery is home to one of the largest Tibetan settlements in India. What makes this monastery larger than life is the amount of gold in the prayer hall. There are also gold statues of Buddha in the vicinity which will take your breath away.


Dubare Elephant Camp

Dubare Elephant Camp is an elephant training camp that teaches you all about the creatures. Not only that, but you will also be allowed to ride them and scrub them while they’re being bathed in the river. How exciting is that right?

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