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Monday, December 22, 2008

Beautiful hill station Coorg

Coorg is very beautiful and enchanting hill station in Karnataka in South India. It is located at 1100 m above the sea level. Its distance from Bangalore is 195 km and from Mysore is 120 km. Tours to Coorg are very accomplishing as Coorg has hanging valleys, deep gorges and sloppy hills and abundance of vegetation.
Coorg presents picturesque beauty studded with traditional dark tiled cottages and scintillating flowers. It looks like a mini paradise. Coorg offers great opportunities for the adventure loving people for trekking and rock climbing. If you are planning for vacations at hill station, make a tour to Coorg.
Abbi falls and Irpu falls offers the tourists heart throbbing natural sights.

On tour to Coorg you are visiting the starting of Cauvery River. You can have lovely view of cardamom fields covered with white and purple flowers. The Coorg region has sandalwood trees, certain spice plantations, coffee bushes, red cherries trees that lure people on tours to Coorg.

On tours to Coorg, you can visit Brahmagiri Tank that is the place where River Cauvery drains itself. Another place worth visiting here is the Omkareshwara Temple, dedicated to Lord Siva You will find minarets of Dodaveearaja and Lingaraja with Nandi Bull on the top of minarets. The carvings on it include many manifestations of Lord Shiva.

Tours to Coorg, the mesmerizing hill station of South India, Karnataka will make your vacations very relaxing and unforgettable.

1 comment :

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