All About Madikeri, theCapital of Coorg Places of Visit in Madikeri Abey Falls or Abbi Falls: Abbey Falls also called as Abbi Falls is located around 8 kms from the town of Madikeri. The waterfall is located between coffee plantations, spice estates and green trees where several streams join from the mountains and gush down to join the Kaveri river. … Continue reading
Talakaveri – River Kaveri Originates here This is the origin of river Kaveri on the eastern slopes of Brahmagiri peak at 1350 metres altitude, about 8 km by road from Bhagamandala. An enclosure around the spring called Gundige is connected to a small pond beside. The water from the pond goes underground and comes out after about one kilometer down … Continue reading
Bhagamandala in Coorg Bhagamandala is situated at the confluence of two rivers, the Kaveri and the Kanika. A third river, the Sujyothi is said to join from underground. It is considered sacred as a river confluence (kudala or sangama, in Kannada and Sanskrit). The temple here, built in Kerala style, has smaller shrines dedicated to various gods. It is a … Continue reading
Mandalpatti Hills Near Madikeri Mandalpatti is one of the best tourist spots in Coorg. Mandalpatti hills are located around 25- 30 km from Madikeri town en route to Abbi falls. A right deviating road just 4 kms before Abbi Falls will lead to Mandalpatti. As bus facility is not available yet taking a cab or own vehicle is advised. Once … Continue reading
Napandapole Falls Napandapole Falls is located 12 kms away from Madapura (Madapur,Madhavapura) on the way to Surlabi. It’s around 40 kms from Madikeri town. Napandapole Falls is situated in the foots of Kote Betta hill area and is surrounded by 3 sub water falls.
Dargah Sharief of Yemmemadu is one of the most sacred places of the Muslims. This dargah is located in Yemmemadu near Napoklu in Coorg. The shrine and tomb is built in memory of Hazrath Sufi Shaheed and Sayyed Hassan Sakaf Halramir who came from Persia 366 years ago to give religious discourses and devoted their life to the service and … Continue reading