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Coorg Tour Packages from Bangalore, Mysore
Coorg Travel Packages
Coorg packages are the most sorts out vacation from Bangalore, Mysore and Chennai. The different
types of Coorg Tour Packages from Bangalore are given below:
1. Coorg Weekend Packages from Bangalore, Mysore, Hyderabad and Chennai
2. Coorg Honeymoon Tour Packages with special candle light dinner, flower bed decorations and
honeymoon cake. (These facilities are available on choosing premium packages)
3. Coorg Family Vacation
4. Coorg Group Tour Packages
Where do you stay?
Best stay in Coorg is home stays. Home stays are run by families. One could expect independent small
houses or cottages when you choose for home stays.
Resorts are the second best option if you can have money to spend. Both home stays are resorts are
generally in the middle of beautiful coffee estates. So one could enjoy the nature when you are in the
holidays to the fullest. The Kodagu food served here is mouth watering, especially if you are a non
Hotels are available in Madikeri town.
I the heart of Madikeri tow is the Raja’s seat. Fro outside it looks like a s all garde . It is the seat
from where Kings would sit and watch the beautiful sunset across it. The view of sunset fading at a
distance along with the beautiful hills is very scenic. The seat is located at the center of a small garden
The Omkareshwara Temple was built by Lingarajendra II in the year 1820. One could find Mumammadan
style architecture in the temple. It features a center dome and four corners with turrets.
Abbey falls is located around 8 km from Madikeri town. It is located between thick coffee plantations.
There is a hanging bridge opposite to the falls.
Gaddige is Rajas’ tombs. It features the tombs of Dodda Virarjendra and Lingarajendra II built in 1820.
The royal tombs provide a commanding view of the entire town. The tombs are Muhammadan style
with center domes and turrets.
Learn more at: http://www.ezzholidays.com/destinations-packages/coorg-holiday-packages/