Visiting Coorg is one of those dreams that fills the mind and heart of the tourists coming from around the world. The prime reason behind the ultimate charm of this place is the exquisite views and the enveloping nature that spreads all around the place. All through the year, the temperature of Coorg ranges between 15-20 degrees. Book a Homestay in Madikeri and enjoy your trip all through the place.
However, October to March is the best time to be here for trekking and adventure activities. The month of March and April is the best for people looking for the amazing valley views beautified with mind boggling white flowers. It is however, always suggested to avoid being here in the month of June to September i.e. the rainy season as most of the time you won’t be able to enjoy your trip, properly due to interfering rains. However, rains do add to the enhanced beauty of Coorg so being here in this season can be a good idea for peace and serenity lovers.
Let’s have a look at the 5 must visit places in Coorg during the monsoon season-
The Amazing Abbey Falls
Located around 10 km away from Madikeri, the Abbey Falls is one of the most pristine waterfalls in South India. Undoubtedly, this is amongst one of the best places to visit in Coorg during the monsoon to get a glimpse of the amazing waterfalls cascading at a height from the majestic mountains of the Western Ghats. Nestled amidst the coffee plantations and pepper vines, you will surely love the picturesque beauty of this place. This is also a famous trek spot in Coorg. Don’t forget to take a walk down the hanging bridge.
The Romantic Raja’s Seat
Known to be amongst the favourite places of leisure of the Kodagu kings, you will fall in love with Raja’s Seat watching the band of flowers blooming beautifully all around. Watch the sprawling seasonal garden hanging over the hillock to enjoy the sunset view, here. Well known for its subliming architectural beauty, it is a much visited place any tourists and famous for recreational activities as well.
The Mesmerizing Mallalli Falls
The beautiful Mallalli Falls located at the Pushpagiri Hills is a perfect place to fall in love with Mother Nature and try hands on some adventure, too. The waterfalls cascades from a majestic height of over 200 ft., which makes it one of the tallest water falls in South India. Visiting these falls during monsoon is simply going to boggle your mind.
The Outstanding Omkareshwara Temple
Built in the year 1820, it is a proud owner of the spectacular Mumammadan architectural holding a temple with Shiva Linga. The adjoining lake appears even more beautiful during monsoons.
The Tranquil Talacauvery and Bhagamandala
This pious place is a master of picturesque scenic beauty. Right from the water gushing out from Talacauvery (birthplace of River Cauvery) to the panoramic beauty of Nisargadhama, everything about is place is aesthetically beautiful. However, this is considered as a pilgrimage centre for the locals.
Seasons do not plan your trip! Monsoon is the best time to be in Coorg for complete serenity and tranquillity with Mother Nature.