The beauty of Mandalpatti is unwrapped only when you are on the top of the hills. This place is also called as "Mugilupete" after the Kannada movie "Galipata". Ideal time to visit this place is early mornings or in the evenings.
Dubare Elephant Camp
It is a natural island with an elephant training camp on the banks of river Cauvery. People visitng the place enjoy the unusual experience of bathing, feeding and taming the elephants.
A beautiful, picturesque picnic spot, where the river Cauvery splits forming an island with a bamboo forest of 65 acres.
The only reservoir in Kodagu built across the tributary of Cauvery with a height of 47 mtrs and 846 mtrs wide. It is a real picnic spot where you can admire the gushing backwaters and natural beauty.
Tibetan Golden Temple
“Namdrolling Monastry”, a famous Tibetan Golden Temple, is a feast to the eyes in Bylukuppe. The Golden Temple adorned with a 60 ft Buddha statue and the recent addition of Zamdong Palri the copper coloured mountain is an exotic tourist attraction.
According to legend, the kings used to relish the sunset and beauty of Coorg. This small pavilion at the western end of Madikeri has breathtaking views of the valley through which the road descends to Mangalore.
Just 1 km from Madikeri town is this beautiful Shiva temple built by the King Lingaraja II in 1820 to appease the spirit of a Brahmin who was killed by the king.
Elephant Sculptures at Madikeri Palace
It is the fort crowning the town built in 1681, with an imposing structure built in European style. Inside is an English church in plain gothic style.
The tombs of Raja’s dynasty with high Domes, built in Islamic style and minarets with gold coating built in Indo Sarsenic style.
Located at a distance of 8 km from Madikeri, the charming Abbey Falls is a perfect place for picnics. It is one of the finest among the tourist attractions in Coorg.
The worshipping deity of Kodagu, River Cauvery takes her origin as a spring in Talacauvery situated on the slopes of Brahmagiri Hills.
Nagarahole National Park
The Rajiv Gandhi National Park was constituted in 1955. It extends over 650 Sq.Mtrs and is a well-maintained sanctuary.