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Madikeri (Coorg) , Mangalore , Mumbai | 2 adults, 0 child


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Madikeri (Coorg)

3 nights stay

Itinerary
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Madikeri (Coorg)
3 nights stay
 
Day 1

Transport From: Mangalore International Airport To Hotel Al Wesal International, Madikeri (Coorg)
Checkin: Hotel Al Wesal International, Madikeri (Coorg)

 
Day 2

Day At Leisure

 
Day 3

Day At Leisure

 
Day 4

Transport From: Hotel Al Wesal International, Madikeri (Coorg) To Mangalore International Airport

Things to do

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Visit Madikeri Fort

Home to a temple, a museum, a prison and a chapel, Madikeri Fort is the epitome of exceptional. Built-in the 19th century, this fort has great historical significance. Initially, the fort was built with mud, but years later, it was rebuilt in stone by the great king Tipu Sultan.

Visit Raja’s Seat

Raja's Seat is a hilltop in Coorg that leaves its visitors fascinated by providing picturesque views. This place is set amidst forests and is famous for the enchanting views of sunsets. It is believed that once the king of Coorg came to this point to see the alluring views of his kingdom.

Hotels


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Madikeri (Coorg),India

Hotel Al Wesal International

Star Category

Standard Non A/c

Free Breakfast,Breakfast Included


Transport


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Mangalore,Mangalore International Airport - Madikeri (Coorg),Hotel Al Wesal International, Madikeri (Coorg)

13:10 - 15:10 | Toyota Etios or Equivalent

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  • Transport from: Mangalore International Airport to Hotel Al Wesal International, Madikeri (Coorg)

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Madikeri (Coorg),Hotel Al Wesal International, Madikeri (Coorg) - Mangalore,Mangalore International Airport

07:35 - 09:58 | Standard car

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  • Transport from: Hotel Al Wesal International, Madikeri (Coorg) to Mangalore International Airport

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Things to do in

Madikeri (Coorg)


Visit Madikeri Fort

Home to a temple, a museum, a prison and a chapel, Madikeri Fort is the epitome of exceptional. Built-in the 19th century, this fort has great historical significance. Initially, the fort was built with mud, but years later, it was rebuilt in stone by the great king Tipu Sultan.

Visit Raja’s Seat

Raja's Seat is a hilltop in Coorg that leaves its visitors fascinated by providing picturesque views. This place is set amidst forests and is famous for the enchanting views of sunsets. It is believed that once the king of Coorg came to this point to see the alluring views of his kingdom.

Visit Talakaveri River

Majorly situated in the Brahmagiri Hills, the Talakaveri River is the source of the river Kaveri.

Visit Irrupu Falls

An enchanting waterfall located on the Lakshmanatirtha River, the Irrupu Falls is believed to be holy, and it is said that a bath in this waterfall rids one of all his/her sins. During the festival of Shivratri, devotees come here in large numbers.

Visit Abbey Waterfalls

Abbey waterfall is a must-see allure of Coorg and located 8 km from Madikeri. It is encircled by cardamom and coffee plantations, which enhance the beauty of its captivating ambience. It is also a famous shooting location for the filmmakers of Karnataka.

Visit Omkareshwara Temple

Flaunting the perfect blend of Keralite, Gothic and Islamic architectural styles, Omkareshwara Temple was constructed by King Lingarajendra some 200 years ago. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu.

Enjoy Wildlife Destinations

Coorg is a hotspot of an extensive range of wildlife species found in these wildlife destinations: Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary, Talakaveri Wildlife Sanctuary and Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary, and Nagarahole or Rajiv Gandhi National Park.