Coorg Cab Rentals is a professional local car rental company that aims at providing top notch cab services to tourists visiting Coorg. Our 2 day Coorg cab package covers all the important spots in and around the town so that you get to see the best of what Coorg has to offer in a short time.
Tourists who visit Coorg for the weekend often tend to opt for the two-day cab package. This cab package has best rates for every tourist so that the budget’s never a concern for any sort of a traveller. Our impressive fleet of Coorg cabs which have sedans, hatchbacks, and SUVs come with every modern gadget, plush seats and spacious cargo space.
Coorg, the largest producer of coffee in India, is also a cherished hill station in the Western Ghats. Coorg has an abundance of greenery, trekking routes, waterfalls, hills and thickets. Apart from natural wonders, Coorg has a rich cultural and historical heritage too.
A myriad of wonders, visiting Coorg is a value for time, money, and is healthy for the peace of one’s mind. Coorg also has some of the best resorts and homestays, the hospitality of which makes tourists fall in love with the place even more. The cool and homely surroundings of Coorg is the best way to reconnect with oneself and our loved ones!
There are many popular tourist sightseeing places to see in Coorg. Once in Coorg, you will have many options to keep yourself engaged. With this 2 day cab package, you will not only save time but also have wholesome experience of this serene hill station of Karnataka.
Itinerary for 2 Days Coorg Cab Package
Day 1 : Coorg Sightseeing
Namdroling Monastery was built in 1961 and it is one of the biggest monasteries in India. The gold plated statues of the Bodhisattvas, colourful murals and prayer rituals are the main attraction of the monastery.
The main attractions of this river island include its bamboo, sandalwood and teak groves. Children can enjoy a tour in the children’s park and deer park. You may also go boating and elephant riding.
This tourist destination is especially a favourite amongst children for they can ride, bathe and feed elephants here. Apart from that Dubare is also a great spot for trekking, bird watching and river rafting.
White water river rafting
River rafting through the Barapole river can truly be an experience of a lifetime. The rafting is a 90-minute long adventure ride where experts train tourists before they set off. The beginner’s rafting distance is 4 KM.
This temple was built in 1820 by Lingaraja II who was a devout worshipper of Shiva. The Islamic-Gothic style of architecture, colourful fishes in the water tank and exquisite temple murals are the major attractions here.
Day 2 : Coorg Sightseeing
Located at the foothills of Brahmagiri, Talacauvery is the birthplace of Cauvery river. Surrounded by temples, Talacauvery is an important pilgrimage centre too.
The meeting spot of Cauvery, Kannike and Sujyoti rivers, Triveni Sangam is a spot of spiritual importance. The best time to visit is during Tula Sankramana.
This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and reflects the Kerala temple architectural style. The beautiful wood carvings and Haturi festival pull in large crowds.
Raja’s Seat is a beautiful garden destination in Madikeri that offers splendid views of nearby hills, paddy fields and forests. Raja’s Seat is the best place to witness a sunset in Madikeri.
Abbey Falls is a majestic waterfall and a major attraction of Coorg. Situated amidst coffee and spice plantations, this 70 feet waterfall can be reached after a short hike of 200 steps.
The fort is a grand structure made in granite and the most famous attraction of Madikeri. The public library, clock tower, Ganesha temple and the lifelike statues of elephants are the best-known attractions of the fort.
The best souvenirs to take back from Coorg are locally produced coffee, spices, wines and chocolates.