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Located right in the middle of a beautiful cofee plantation, the Club Mahindra Coorg resort is your perfect

holiday getaway. Indulge in adventure sports, sample some yummy Kodava cuisine, have innumerable cups of
wonderful cofee or even wander around aimlessly. Your Coorg holiday is pure indulgence and nothing else.
Coorg
Weather report
Getting there
Take the road
On track (Railway stations closest to Coorg)
Fly by
Chilly throughout the year, Coorg is best enjoyed
during the rains.
Summer: 17°C to 35°C March to May
Monsoon: 12°C to 25°C June to Nov.
Avg. Rainfall: 160 inches
Winter: 4°C to 18°C Dec. to Feb.
Mysore - 115 km
Mangalore - 140 km
Calicut - 200 km
Talicherry - 110 km
Bangalore - 260 km
Srirangapatnam - 240 km
Airport nearest to Coorg:
Mangalore - 140 km
Calicut - 200 km
Bangalore - 260 km
Bangalore - 260km
Mysore - 115km
Mangalore - 140km
Talicherry - 110km
Resort comforts
Built in traditional Kodagu style, the resort ofers you an
authentic experience. All the rooms are comfortable and fitted
with an LCD television, microwave oven and dry kitchenette
with utensils. There’s more, dive into our luxurious pool or
Things to do there
Take a leisurely stroll through lush cofee plantations and learn
all about how cofee is grown, harvested and roasted. When
you are finished, indulgence awaits you at our multi-cuisine
restaurant that specializes in Kodava cuisine. You can also take
a drive through the beautiful forest and watch exotic animals
and birds in their natural abode.
pamper yourself with our signature therapies at the Svaastha
Spa. And for those who can’t do without a workout, there’s a
gym prepped and ready, awaiting you. We have not one, but
two in-house restaurants where you can indulge in some
lip-smacking delights. To ensure your stay is always
entertaining, there’s a Holiday Activity Centre ofering a lot of
fun activities.
Discover Coorg
Abbey Falls & Madikeri Fort:
Abbey falls ofers nature lovers a delightful walk amidst the
deep foliage of cofee bushes and trees entwined with pepper
vines. This Madikeri Fort ofers a stunning view and houses a
temple, chapel, prison and small museum.
Tala Cauvery & Tibetan Monasteries:
The birthplace of river Kaveri, Tala Cauvery is now also a holy
pilgrimage site. Coorg is a home to many famous monasteries.
Here, you can admire unique carvings and gigantic
gold-plated statues of Tibetan deities.
Dubare Elephant Camp & Nagarhole National Park:
Visit the Dubare Elephant Camp and pass many hours feeding
and bathing the lovable giants of the forest. Then, take a drive
through Nagarhole National Park spread to catch a glimpse a
exotic birds and numerous other wildlife.
Some foodie delights
The wonderful flavours of Kodava cuisine are legendary. Since
rice is abundant here, Koolu, boiled rice and Kanjee, rice gruel
is the staple here. Pair these with a large helping of Baimbalé
Barthad, sautéed bamboo shoots, Pandi Currya gorgeous
pork curry and you have an absolute feast on your plate. Koli
Curry or Chicken Curry made with coconut is a great
favourite too. Vegetarians can indulge in Kootu Curry, a
vegetable stew heaped on velvety ghee rice or Neyi Koolu.
Any meal had here is incomplete without a dollop of lime or
fish pickle, yummy Kaad Maangéor wild mango curry and a
bowl of Chowté Pajji, Cucumber Raita. For your sweet finish,
try Bella Kapi, a wonderful concoction of black cofee and
jaggery. Follow this with a scrumptious Thari Payasa, a dessert
made from sweetened milk and broken rice. Finish with a long
chew of betel leaves and areca nuts with lime paste. Just
sounds amazing, doesn’t it?
Nagarhole National Park
Places to see
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Things to do there
Take a leisurely stroll through lush cofee plantations and learn
all about how cofee is grown, harvested and roasted. When
you are finished, indulgence awaits you at our multi-cuisine
restaurant that specializes in Kodava cuisine. You can also take
a drive through the beautiful forest and watch exotic animals
and birds in their natural abode.
Discover Coorg
Abbey Falls & Madikeri Fort:
Abbey falls ofers nature lovers a delightful walk amidst the
deep foliage of cofee bushes and trees entwined with pepper
vines. This Madikeri Fort ofers a stunning view and houses a
temple, chapel, prison and small museum.
Tala Cauvery & Tibetan Monasteries:
The birthplace of river Kaveri, Tala Cauvery is now also a holy
pilgrimage site. Coorg is a home to many famous monasteries.
Here, you can admire unique carvings and gigantic
gold-plated statues of Tibetan deities.
Dubare Elephant Camp & Nagarhole National Park:
Visit the Dubare Elephant Camp and pass many hours feeding
and bathing the lovable giants of the forest. Then, take a drive
through Nagarhole National Park spread to catch a glimpse a
exotic birds and numerous other wildlife.
Some foodie delights
The wonderful flavours of Kodava cuisine are legendary. Since
rice is abundant here, Koolu, boiled rice and Kanjee, rice gruel
is the staple here. Pair these with a large helping of Baimbalé
Barthad, sautéed bamboo shoots, Pandi Currya gorgeous
pork curry and you have an absolute feast on your plate. Koli
Curry or Chicken Curry made with coconut is a great
favourite too. Vegetarians can indulge in Kootu Curry, a
vegetable stew heaped on velvety ghee rice or Neyi Koolu.
Any meal had here is incomplete without a dollop of lime or
fish pickle, yummy Kaad Maangéor wild mango curry and a
bowl of Chowté Pajji, Cucumber Raita. For your sweet finish,
try Bella Kapi, a wonderful concoction of black cofee and
jaggery. Follow this with a scrumptious Thari Payasa, a dessert
made from sweetened milk and broken rice. Finish with a long
chew of betel leaves and areca nuts with lime paste. Just
sounds amazing, doesn’t it?
Abbey Falls &
Madikeri Fort
Tala Cauvery &
Tibetan Monasteries
Dubare Elephant Camp &
Nagarhole National Park
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Dubare Elephant Camp
Abbey Falls Baimbalé Barthad Neyi Koolu Tala Cauvery
Resort address:
Club Mahindra Madikeri, Coorg, Galibeedu Road,
Kalakeri Nidugane Village, Madikeri,
Coorg District. Pin Code: 571 204.
t: 08272 22111/221882,
e: reservations.coorg@mahindraholidays.com
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