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Places To Visit

Nagarahole Tiger Reserve

Nagarahole is an important Tiger Reserve in Karnataka and is a major hub of conservation under Project Tiger and Project Elephant. The Protected Area supports large assemblages of carnivores and herbivores: Tiger, Leopard, Asiatic wild dog and Sloth bear, Asiatic Elephant, Gaur, Sambar, Chital, Muntjac, Four horned antelope, Wild pig, Mouse deer and South-western langur.

Harangi Tree Park and Elephant camp

The new elephant camp was inaugurated on August 8 .2022 at Harangi in Kushalanagar taluk of Kodagu district. The new elephant camp was built in the backwater area on 40 acres of forest department on the right side of Harangi reservoir, adjacent to the tree park. 15 elephant have been shifted from Dubare to Harangi.

Mandalpatti View Point

Mandalpatti is a magnificent and unique site in Coorg, Karnataka , overlooking the grasslands ofPushpagiri forests in the Western Ghats. Situated at an altitude of 1800 meters, the place is alsoknown as ‘Muguli-peth’ (translated into English as the market of clouds). This place is famous for viewing at sunrise and sunset.

Barpole White Water River Rafting

At a distance of 27 km from Gonikoppal and 78 km from Madikeri, Barapole River is a famous spot for white river rafting in Coorg, Karnataka. The white water rafting in Barapole River is one of the most popular things to do as part of Coorg Tour Packages. The thrill, excitement and adrenaline rush is so high especially if done during the monsoon season.

Glenlorna Tea Plantation

At a distance of 1 km from Barapole River Rafting Point, 20 km from Gonikoppal, 21 km from Kutta and 76 km from Madikeri, Glenlorna is a tea estate situated near Hudikeri town in Coorg district of Karnataka. Owned by Tata Plantations, this is the only tea estate in the center of the coffee-dominated Coorg and among the must-visit places for nature lovers while holidaying in this region of Karnataka.

Omkareshwara Temple

The temple was built by Lingarajendra II in 1820, supposedly to atone for killing an innocent Brahmin. The temple is in the Indo-Saracenic style, combining typically Keralite tiled roofs with Islamic domes and is about 1km from the Madikeri bus stand.


Bhagamandala is a religious place located 39 km from Madikeri. There is a triveni sangama, confluence of three river- Cauvery, kannike and Sujyoti. The imposing Bhagandeshwara Temple has a large courtyard and is built in the Kerala style, with red- tiled roofs.

Nagarahole National park

Nagarhole National Park is also known as ‘Rajiv Gandhi National Park. The word ‘Nagarahole(y)’ means ‘Cobra-river’ (Nagara=Cobra snake; Holey=River) in Kannada. It is spread between Kodagu and Mysore districts. Nagarahole River flows through the park and gradually joins the Kabini River which also is a boundary between Nagarahole and Bandipur