Coorg for all its glory is a place that deserves to be seen in style and Coorg Wheels does just that. Our experience in organising local tours has given us an edge over other cab companies in knowing Coorg intimately and helping tourists visit both popular and offbeat attractions of the town!
Our Coorg 4 days cab packages are individualised and customised to accommodate the needs and budget of our clients. Our price deals are some of the best in the market that appeals to honeymooner, student tourists, families and even large tourist groups. Thus, Coorg Cab Rentals is the perfect companion for tourists who love to travel in luxury and comfort!
Coorg is aptly known as the Scotland of India. One of the most popular destinations in Karnataka, Coorg’s natural and cultural treasures are enviable. Clean roads, untouched greenery, lofty hills, billowing paddy fields, numerous coffee groves and spice plantations makes Coorg look picturesque. If you are an adventure junkie, you are in for a treat because Coorg has some amazing trekking and river rafting activities too.
The best time to visit Coorg is in the months of October to April, when the weather is at its most pleasant. Coorg is a small town but what it has to offer is endless. Set out on a short four-day vacation to see everything that Coorg has to offer!
Itinerary for 4 Days Coorg Cab Package
Day 1 : Coorg Sightseeing
Start your day one of the 4 day Coorg cab package with Tibetan Monastery. The Tibetan Monastery or Golden Temple was constructed in 1961. Since then it has emerged as one of the largest monasteries in India. The monastery is home to students of Buddhist studies and hundreds of monks. The gold plated statues, wall paintings and prayer halls are mesmerising. The prayer ceremony must not be missed out on.
Kaveri Nisargadhama Forest Park is a destination that is best enjoyed by children. This island on the river of Cauvery is also a popular picnic spot. Evening strolls along the hanging bridge is a delight. Children love to see the deer park, a children’s park and orchidarium. There’s also a rich presence of bamboo, teak and sandalwood groves on the island.
Another favourite amongst children is the Dubare Elephant Camp. Here they can bathe, feed and even shower with the elephants for a modest fee! For adults provisions for nature walks, river rafting, and bird watching have been made.
White Water River Rafting
Anyone who’s interested in river rafting must not miss out on the one at the Barapole river! It is an adrenaline-filled activity of 90 minutes that is divided into 4 stages of difficulty. Experts train tourist before they set off and the beginners rafting distance is only 4 KM.
Day 2 : Coorg Sightseeing
Talacauvery is a destination of natural and cultural importance. It is best known for being the birthplace of the Cauvery river. There are also temples nearby that add to the spirituality and beauty of the place. Try to visit Talacauvery during the holy festival of Tula Sakarmana.
The rivers of Cauvery, Kannike and mythical Subhjyoti come together at the holy confluence of Triveni Sangam. The sangam is revered by the locals who start a day of festivities by taking a dip here. Surrounded by temples and ghats, you will always find a steady stream of devotees at Triveni Sangam throughout the year.
Shri Bhagandeshwara Temple is known for its artistic building. Replicating the style of temples in Kerala, the architecture is truly mesmerising. Wood carving on the ceilings, granite walls and beautiful wall paintings are a tourist’s delight. The temple dedicated to Lord Shiva welcomes hundreds of devotees every day.
End your second day of 4 day coorg with Raja’s Seat. It is the most famous garden in Coorg. Beautified by potted flowers, gardens, and fountains tourists visit Raja’s Seat at the end of the day to witness the sunset. Adults can enjoy a bird’s eye view of Coorg while the children go around the garden on a toy train!
Day 3 : Coorg Sightseeing
Omkareshwara Temple is an architectural marvel for combining the unique styles of Islamic and Gothic architecture. Built in 1820 by Lingaraja II, the temple’s chief deity is Shiva. The temple’s mantapa and murals are a sight to behold. The water tank in front of the temple has scores of colourful fishes and turtles.
Abbey Falls is a hit amongst nature lovers. A 200 step trek through coffee and spice plantations will take you to a spectacular sight of a 70 feet tall cascade of waterfall. A small balcony has been made for tourists to see the falls.
Harangi Dam is a special monsoon attraction. The water is allowed to flow freely then and the backwater of the dam circles tiny islands, bamboo groves and thickets. Other attractions near the dam are the Chamundeshwari Temple, the statue of goddess Cauvery and a beautiful public garden.
Day 4 : Coorg Sightseeing
On the last day of your 4 days Coorg cab package visit Nalknad Aramane Palace. Located at the foot of Thadiyandamol Peak, Nalknad Palace was built in 1792 by Dodda Veerarajendara. The intricate wooden carvings, adorned dome, pillared verandas and the ancient collection of paintings are a must see.
Madikeri Fort in granite by Tipu Sultan in 1820. No tourist leaves this place without seeing the Maha Kothe Ganesha Temple, Mahatma Gandhi Public Library, clock tower, district prison and lifelike statues of elephants.
Don’t leave Coorg without shopping for its local produce such as coffee, spices, nuts and honey. Homemade chocolates and wines must be on your shopping list too!