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Itinerary for 2 day Trip to Coorg

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Coorg is a beautiful mystery, a balm for the soul. It’s great for a two-day trip. But there’s so much to see and savour in this place. It’s a place that engulfs your senses. Your eyes are mesmerized and soothed by green hills. Your sense of taste awakened by coffee of a different flavour. Winter is the perfect time to go because the weather is pleasant and the sun isn’t oppressive. Here's our pick of places to go on a 2 day Itinerary for Coorg.
If you want to experience nature in a different key, untouched by commerce, you should take a little trek into the eight islands surrounding Amanvana, the luxury resort near Kushalnagar.There are plenty of hidden, undiscovered surprises that lie waiting from streams to birds. It’s a perfect spot for either a solitary trek or a family picnic.
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Itinerary for 2 day Trip to Coorg

  1. 1. Two days in Coorg? Here’s what you must experience It’s a place that engulfs your senses. Your eyes are mesmerized and soothed by green hills. Your sense of taste awakened by coffee of a different flavour. Your sense of smell refreshed by aromatic herbs and flowers one never finds in cities. Coorg is a beautiful mystery, a balm for the soul. It’s great for a two-day trip. But there’s so much to see and savour in this place. What should you prioritise?
  2. 2. ‘I sparkle out among the fern.’ The Serpentine Iruppu Falls No one who witnesses the curve and rush of Iruppu Falls can forget it. Watching this fall reminds one of the poem, ‘The Brook’ by Alfred Lord Tennyson: I come from haunts of coot and hern, I make a sudden sally And sparkle out among the fern, To bicker down a valley.
  3. 3. The source of the legend: Talacauvery Situated in the Brahmagiri Hills, at about 1000 feet above sea level, Talacauvery is an awe-inspiring sight. Every year, water pours forth from this little pond, the birthplace of the River Kaveri. The river and surrounding temples is a pilgrimage spot.
  4. 4. The path of the saint: Golden Temple Situated in the Tibetan settlement of Kushalnagar, the Golden Temple is a place you will never forget. As soon as you enter the compound a sense of quiet and otherworldliness enters your soul. The inside of the main interior is beautiful with giant statues of the Buddha, flanked on either side by the bodhisattvas.
  5. 5. Time for an old-fashioned picnic: The eight islands around Amanvana If you want to experience nature in a different key, untouched by commerce, you should take a little trek into the eight islands surrounding Amanvana, the spa resort near Kushalnagar. You have to enter the resort, cross the river, and get to the other side. Once there, a guide can help you navigate the eight islands. There are plenty of hidden, undiscovered surprises that lie waiting from streams to birds. It’s a perfect spot for either a solitary trek or a family picnic.
  6. 6. No mountain too high: The awesome Brahmagiri trek No trip to Coorg is complete without an early morning trek. The Brahmagiri is the best option as it is a relatively simpler trek, compared to some other peaks. Winter is the perfect time to go because the weather is pleasant and the sun isn’t oppressive. Start early on day two and finish your trek by noon. And don’t forget to stop over at The Rainbow Room in Amanvana on the way back for a sumptuous Coorgi lunch, another thing you cannot afford to miss!
  7. 7. ABOUT AMANVANA Amanvana Spa is a luxury resort in Coorg. With private bungalows on the River Kaveri, a sunken spa, sumptuous cuisine and a wealth of flora and fauna, it’s a tranquil place that’s ideal for those who love quiet adventure. Book Amanvana Coorg Resort now for exciting offers.

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