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Which is a better place to go for a 2-day trip from Bangalore, Wayanad, or Coorg?

Both Wayanad and Coorg are the best weekend getaway where you can plan a 2 day trip with your friends and family.

Even the distance from Bangalore to both the destinations is almost the same (280 km). It is hard to choose out one to include in your bucket list as both are equally off beaten destinations for 2 day trip from Bangalore.

The one thing which you can consider to differentiate both the destinations is that they fall in tow different states, Wayanad falls in Kerala whereas the Coorg falls in Karnataka.

Not much but you may save your road taxes and other interstate charges in and out the destination if you are visiting native state places- Coorg. Nothing much!

I am describing here both the places, it’s worth visiting spots, traveling routes and the best time to visit. It would definitely help you to make your final choice on where to plan a trip.

2 Day Weekend Trip to Wayanad from Bangalore

The Green Paradise amidst the gorgeous Western Ghats exhibits the mesmerizing waterfalls, amazing viewpoints, mysterious caves, and the breathtaking treks, Wayanad is home to such sensational scenic attractions located in the northeastern state of Kerala.

You’ll have the experience of such wonderful attractions in just a 2-day weekend trip to Waynad from Bangalore on road.

A road trip to Wayanad will not only allow you to witness the scenic beauty scattered across the destination but it will also provide you the best experience of the worth visiting spots which come across on your way to Wayanad from Bangalore.

The wildlife attraction of Bandipur National park and the lush green changing vistas along the route are delightful to watch!

How to Reach Wayanad from Bangalore?

Wayanad Entrance Gate

The distance between Bangalore to Waynad is around 280 km by road. For a fantastic trip to Waynad, you’ll have the various traveling options- Bus, Train, and Car/Taxi available from Bangalore.

Let us talk about how you can visit Wayanad from Bangalore by these modes of traveling one by one.

By Bus

The bus is the most common traveling option to visit Waynad from Bangalore which will even not challenge your budget too much.

As soon as you plan your journey by bus, you can easily find both private and government buses from Bangalore to Wayanad. It would take around 7-8 hours to reach the destination by bus which includes the time taken in the various stoppages on the way.

Bus Pick up location in Bangalore for Wayanad- Kalasipalayam Bus Stand

However, if you choose KSRTC (Karnataka) government bus then you’ll have to change another bus from Kalpetta (Kerala) and take a KRTC bus finally up to Wayanad which is just 13 km away. The charge varies from 500/- to 900/- per person.

There are also many luxuries private busses engaged en route Bangalore to Waynad and you can find a sleeper bus or a Multi Axle Volvo busses based on your preference. The charges for this route are a maximum of 2500/- per head according to the level of comfort you choose.

Timings of the Bus

The Bus will be available from morning 8 am to 11 pm in the night. Confirm the timing before booking the tickets. Remember to schedule your bus timing wisely according to your trip plan. You can plan your journey by overnight bus if you want to save your time on long traveling.

You can expect your overnight journey by bus to be comfortable and secure. However, you’ll miss out on watching the beautiful attraction came along your way while traveling from Bangalore to Wayanad by bus.

Start your journey early in the morning from Bangalore. As early you get closer to your final destination the better you can explore the places in Wayanad within the fixed schedule.

By Train

If you are traveling on a budget, you can go for a train journey to visit Wayanad from Bangalore. The costs of the train would almost half the KSRTC bus.

However, you’ll not get any direct train from Bangalore to Wayanad. The nearest station from Waynad is Nanjangud and Kozhikode.

The traveling distance to Waynad from both these stations is nearly the same (Nanjangud to Waynad- 109 Km) and (Kozhikode to Waynad – 100 km)

Below are the details of train running to Waynad from connecting routes:

Bangalore- Nanjangud

Bangalore-Kozhikode

To reach Waynad from Nanjangud or Kozhikode station, you can take a KRTC bus or rental taxi from the bus stand area. Check out the bus timing from Nanjangud to Waynad ( Kozhikode to Waynad) to schedule your program accordingly.

By Taxi or Car

The rental taxi/self-drive car is the most convenient way to travel to Waynad from Bangalore. Although, it cost you a bit more compare to busses or train but it would save a lot of your time in traveling and takes only 5-6 hours to reach the destination. The road conditions in all the routes are absolutely fantastic!

You can even avoid overnight journey (as in the case with the bus) and plan it early in the morning around 5 am to reach Waynad till 10-11 am.

The most interesting thing is that it will allow you to witness the scenic beauty that came along the way to Waynad from Bangalore through any of the routes (We’ll discuss next). Traveling by car will totally worth your money!

If you are adventure junkies and traveling with friends, you can even plan an adventurous trip to Waynad from Bangalore by bike and enjoy the thrilling road trip from Bangalore to Wayanad.

By Flight

If you want to visit Waynad by flight from any part of India or abroad, you’ll have to book the cheapest flight ticket to the nearest airport in Kozhikode- Karipur International Airport in advance.

From Kozhikode, you can hire a taxi or self-drive car to visit Waynad which is just 2 and half hour journey (86 km) through NH-766.

Road Trip to Waynad from Bangalore

Road trip to Waynad from Bangalore

If you are traveling by your car, bike or hire a self-drive vehicle, you must know the various roads through which you can drive your way to Waynad.

Traveling Route to Waynad from Bangalore

There are 3 different routes from Bangalore that will take you directly to Waynad (280 km) by road.

1) Bangalore → Channapatna → Srirangapatna → Mysore → Kattikulam → Wayanad

2) Bangalore → Kanakapura → Kollegal → Chamarajanagar → Gundlupet → Wayanad

3) Bangalore → Channapatna → Malavalli → Somanathapura → Gundlupet→ Bandipur → Wayanad

Before discussing each route in detail, I suggest you start your road trip early in the morning at around 5 am sharp. As discussed, it will help you in two ways:

  • The journey takes around 6 hours to reach, so as early you leave from Bangalore, the more time you could save and invest it to watch most of the attractions in and around the adventurous road trip to Wayanad.
  • If you start early, you may come across almost nil traffic via Bangalore- Mysore Highway (high traffic in peak time) thus save a lot of time.

Alright! If you clear on both the above points, let’s now talk about each route to Waynad from Bangalore in details:

Route 1

Bangalore → Channapatna → Srirangapatna → Mysore → Kattikulam → Wayanad

This is the best route to visit Waynad from Bangalore which will take you through a few amazing natural attractions on the way.

Heritage Winery: This is an idol place for Wine lovers where you could watch the manufacturing of original wines.

Heritage Wine Manufacturing

Barachukki Falls: Drive your way towards Channapatna, you’ll spot a sparkling falls on the way near Shivanasamudra in Mandya. Rejuvenate your soul and body enjoying the serenity of the falls especially during the monsoon.

Barachukki Falls- Wayanad

Gumbaz: It is the place of a great emperor Tipu Sultan situated in Srirangapatna. You can watch the beautiful architecture of the Gumbaz shaped in an eye-catching circular roof which is delightful to watch.

Gumbaz in Mysore -a Road trip to Waynad from Bangalore

Nagarhole National Park: If you love wildlife then you should move around the adventurous Nagarhole National park near Kattikulam and take a safari ride to spot various wildlife species like tigers, elephants.

View of beautiful Nagarhole National Park on a Road trip to Waynad from Bangalore

Route 2

Bangalore → Kanakapura → Kollegal → Chamarajanagar → Gundlupet → Wayanad

This route follows NH-948 and en route, you’ll find following must-visit places:

Chunchi Falls: It is s a great place for trekking adventure situated near Kanakapura en route Bangalore-Wayanad. You can enjoy the breathtaking Chunchi waterfall at the end of the trek.

Chunchi Falls- a Road trip to Waynad from Bangalore

Mudumalai National Park: Elephant, Peacock are some wildlife creatures you can watch in this national park while traveling to Waynad from Bangalore via this route.

Mudumalai Tiger Reserve- a Road trip to Waynad from Bangalore

Sulthan Bathery: Soak your eyes watching the elegant views of Rice farms in Sulthan Bathery

Sulthan Bathery- Road trip to Waynad from Bangalore

Route 3

Bangalore → Channapatna → Malavalli → Somanathapura → Gundlupet→ Bandipur → Wayanad

If you are a wildlife enthusiast, you must choose this route for traveling Wayanad from Bangalore as it’ll take you to a spectacular Bandipur National Park.

Slow down the speed of the vehicle while passing through this national park. Meanwhile watch the various species of animals like monkeys, deer, peacock right on your way.

You can click some stunning photos with the wildlife animals around the thrilling forest. (Caution: Check If Photography is allowed in the particular area where you halt)

Chennakesava Temple: Visit the beautiful temple of the Hoysala empire in Somnathpur in this route.

Chennakesava Temple Road trip to Waynad from Bangalore

Gopalaswamy Betta: You can spot this temple near Gundlupet which is situated in the topmost hills of Bandipur National park.

Gopalaswammy Betta- Waynad from Bangalore

Tourist Places to Visit in Wayanad- 3 Day Itinerary

In Waynad, you’ll have tons of off beaten tourist places to visit. For a short weekend getaway of 2-3 days, below is the itinerary plan:

Pookode Lake

Pookode Lake- Wayanad

As soon as you reach Kalpetta, the very first attraction you’ll come across is a mesmerizing Pookode Lake situated 770 meters above the sea level. Since you are coming right from Bangalore, you might have reached this place by evening.

It is the perfect time to visit Pookode Lake where you could enjoy the sensational atmosphere amidst the lush green mountain. It truly forms the wonderful picturesque altogether!

After a soothing experience around Pookode Lake, let’s get towards Waynad and stay overnight at any budget resorts or Hotels in Wayanad.

Day–1

Wake up early at 6 am and head towards the very first attraction of your day one trip of Waynad.

Edakkal Caves

Eddakal Caves- Wayanad

Start your trip at around 8 am to Eddakal caves by a short trek through Ambukuthi Mala. It’ll hardly take around an hour to reach the caves.

The incredible Eddakkal cave is a historical ancient depiction formed in 6000 BC. Its two massive chambers have a real significance that adds great value to its huge structure as you can watch the beautiful stone-age architecture and animal figures on it which depicts the historical innovation of that era.

To explore the caves fully, you’ll need to spend here at least 2-3 hours. If you love photography, it’ll worth spending time around this cave. Take some stunning snapshots behind this massive architecture.

Banasura Sagar Dam

Banasura Sagar Dam- Wayanad from Bangalore

After an outstanding experience around the Eddakal caves, head towards another lovely spot in Wayanad- Banasura Sagar Dam.

The Banasura Sagar Dam is one of the must-visit places in Wayanad which is popular for the largest earth dam in India. (2nd in Asia)

It contains the water from the Kabini River flowing towards the east. The dam is situated amidst the scenic mountains and greenery which will surely take your breath away for a while.

The dam is the origin as well as destination junction of various treks in Wayanad, especially for adventure lovers. You can spend quality time near this dam with your friends or family or even an ideal place for a couple.

If you visit this place during May to October, you can watch flocks of birds flying across the river seems very charming! Don’t forget to capture some amazing photographs around this astonishing picturesque as proof of your unforgettable experience.

Chembra Peak

Chembra Peak- Wayanad

On the other side of the Banasura Sagar Dam, you can see the incredible Chembra peak which is the highest in the Wayanad district. You can reach this peak by trekking 2100 meter altitude.

It is quite comfortably do-able for most of the age groups right from kids to youngsters who are interested in trekking adventure.

Once you reach the top of the peak, you’ll be going to witness the breathtaking natural scenes with high flowing cool wind touching your body like a thunderstorm. At the same time, it will give you a very fresh feeling that your heart wants to stay here for a lifetime.

Have a quick breakfast near any famous restaurant near the destination- You’ll find one near a famous Ghat- Thamarassery Churam.

Best Time to Visit Wayanad from Bangalore

The best time to visit Wayanad is from May to October. The weather condition during this period is breathtaking, the sky remains cool and pleasant throughout the day and becomes ideal for trekking adventures and wildlife outing.

The period from June to September is ideal mostly for waterfall sightseeing. In the monsoon when there is heavy rainfall, one can witness the waterfall attraction to its fullest form.

Although, you can face some sorts of challenges in trekking through the hilly treks as it gets slippery during the monsoon.

Hence I recommend you to visit Waynad during this period only for waterfall views but not for trekking and wildlife sightseeing.

For Complete Itinerary

Read: How to Plan 3-Day Weekend Trip to Wayanad from Bangalore by Road?

2 Day Weekend Trip to Coorg from Bangalore (280 Km)

An exquisite nature paradise situated amidst the lush green landscapes of Western Ghats, Coorg is one of the top hills stations in India popularly known as “Scotland of India” where nature exists in its pristine form. One can admire its diverse beauty scattered across the destination from the misty hills, breathtaking treks to the gorgeous waterfall and coffee plantation hubs.

This is the perfect destination for a short weekend getaway from Bangalore with your family in leisure. Those of you who are planning to take a short trip to Coorg from Bangalore, I recommend going for at least 3-day trip to enjoy most of the scenic beauty in each place along with some thrilling adventure activities which add an enticing experience in your visit and makes this one of the unforgettable experience of a lifetime.

Here, I’ll guide you on how you can make a proper itinerary for a 3-day family trip to Coorg from Bangalore on Budget. Before that, let’s just talk about visiting Coorg via different modes and traveling routes.

How to visit Coorg from Bangalore?

By Bus

The distance between Bangalore to Coorg is around 270 km which normally takes 6-7 hours to reach. Although, you’ll find KSRTC government busses for Coorg that will drop you up to various famous sub town nearby it- Madikeri, Virajpet, Gonikoppal, Somvarpet and so on.

If you want to comfortably travel by bus then you can choose a private bus option. These are easily available according to your time preferences from 12 am to 10 pm.

You can even choose from the categories of the busses- Volvo, Sleeper or Non-Sleeper. The fare varies from 300/- to 1000/- depending upon the category of the bus and seat preferences.

Different boarding points of busses in and out from Bangalore to Coorg

  • Bangalore
  • Madiwala
  • Kalasipalyam
  • Hosur
  • Electronic city
  • Silk Board
  • Daily Circle
  • Dharmapuri
  • Bommasandra

Bus operators and timing of the bus from Bangalore to Coorg:

Image Courtesy- Redbus

By Train

If you don’t want to get hectic with a long 6-hour journey by bus, you can choose to travel by train from Bangalore to Coorg.

However, there is no railway station in Coorg since it is the hills station area. Hence, you have to travel to its nearest station located in Mysore (130 km) or Mangalore (117 km).

You can book the train ticket from Bangalore to any of these nearby cities. Although, Mangalore seems less in the distance you wouldn’t find frequent trains from Bangalore to Mangalore. Only two trains are engaged in this route so it is not much popular train route, to begin with.

Image Courtesy- holidayiq

I recommend you to go for Bangalore to Mysore train route. Here, you’ll get frequent trains which will help you to plan the trip easily according to your desired schedule. The train fare is approximately 300/- for the sleeper coach.

Now, as soon as you reach the Mysore station, you have to decide which traveling options to choose for visiting the final destination Coorg. The distance from Mysore to Coorg is around 100 km. (Mangalore to Coorg 137 km)

Although, you have two traveling options to reach different sub towns in Coorg- Taxi or Bus. Both are good to choose depending on your budget.

The bus offers a comfortable and safe journey, some bus services only take a couple of hours whereas others may take up to 4 hours to reach the destination.

Its boarding point is located at a walking distance from Mysore Railway Station. The bus fare varies from 300/- to 1000/- per person.

If you prefer to go by taxi, it will cost a bit high around Rs 3000/- to Rs 4000/- depending on which type of rental car you choose which will drop you at Coorg within a couple of hours.

By Flight

Since there is no airport in Coorg town you have to book your flight tickets to its nearest airports that is: Bangalore, Mysore, and Mangalore.

If you want to reach the Coorg by flight from any part of India or abroad, you have to first visit Mysore and then go for a taxi or bus to reach Coorg. (As discussed earlier)

By Self Drive Car or bike

For adventure enthusiasts, a road trip to Coorg from Bangalore might be one of the thrilling experiences of a lifetime.

Hire a taxi or self drive a car and go for watching the sensational views of Western Ghats spread across the whole route. The interesting thing about this road trip is that you can halt at some magnificent cultural treasures of India which came across you frequently in these routes.

Rejuvenate yourself visiting these places for quick sightseeing and explore most out of your weekend trip to Coorg on road itself.

The road trip will take around 6 hours to reach Coorg if you leave early in the morning from Bangalore as the traffic in the morning is very less which will help you to easily move away from the main city and follow the destination route.

Traveling Routes to Coorg from Bangalore

You can choose among the three classic routes from Bangalore to Coorg:

  • Bangalore → Ramanagara → → Madya → Kushalnagar → Madikeri → Coorg
  • Bangalore → Channarayapatna → Hassan → Sakleshpur → Coorg
  • Bangalore → Ramanagara → Mandya → Nagarhole → Gonikoppal → Coorg

Let’s discuss each route one by one:

Bangalore → Ramanagara → → Madya → Kushalnagar → Madikeri → Coorg (275 km)

1) Bhagamandala Temple

It is located in the Bhagamandala town in Kogadu district en route Bangalore to Coorg which is popularly known as the confluence of three rivers Kanike, Cauvery and Sujyothi. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Bhagamandala Temple- Coorg from Bangalore

It is established in the name of Shri Bhyagnada Maharishi who done hard prayers in the name of Lord Shiva, as a result, the Shiva got happy with his penance and blessed him to be present here forever.

He also established the Shiva linga in this place and thus the temple gain popularity by his name as the time progresses. The temple is built with beautiful carvings which depict the original Kerala style architecture.

2) Coffee Plantations

Coffee Plantation-Coorg from Bangalore

If you love to visit the coffee plantation and estates, you should visit Coorg via Kushalnagar route where you’ll find wonderful coffee plantation and estates in Madikeri. Here, you’ll be taken through each process of Coffee plantation right from its seed till it packed in the form of powder.

3) Namdroling Tibetan Monastery

After crossing Kushalnagar, drive 5 km straight, you can witness one of the most eye-catching cultural treasures of Karnataka- Namdroling Tibetan Monastery popularly known as “Golden Temple”.

Namdroling Tibetan Monastery- Coorg from Bangalore

It is one of the finest monasteries builds by Buddhist who craved its stunning design with a colorful painting of both Devine and Demons along with the unique repetitive design pattern and inscriptions.

The temple outer structure looks so fascinating with its large garden space and mighty walls. The insight of the temple is adorned with the 40 feet high statue of Guru Padmasambhava, Buddha Shakyamuni, and Amitayus.

Some Amazing facts about this Monastery:

  • This is a home to over 600 refugee includes monks, nuns, and students who are seeking for enlightenment.
  • It is the second-largest Tibetan settlements in India after Dharmashala built by Lugsum Samdupling in 1961 and Dickyi Larsoe in 1969.
  • It is the largest teaching center of Nyingmapa (a lineage of Tibetan Buddhism)

4) Abbi Falls

After moving forward from this epic monastery for another 5 km, you’ll come across the stunning Abbey waterfall.

This mesmerizing fall is one of the worth visiting spot in Coorg which is situated 10 km from the main town of Madikeri.

Abbi Falls-Coorg from Bangalore

You can easily reach there within half an hour if traveling by self-drive car. The most interesting thing about this falls is its positioning which is incredibly situated amidst the coffee plantation and spice estates.

As soon as you enter the entry point of the falls, you have to trek for just 10-15 minutes to reach near the falls. This short trek will take you through lush green surroundings filled with beautiful plants and small bushes.

As you move closer to the falls, you could hear the shore of gushing flow even from a far distance. The sound turns more rigorous, especially in monsoon.

You can witness the magnificent view of Abbey falls from a hanging bridge which splashes in front of your eyes formed by various mini waterfalls supported by heavy rainfall.

Don’t forget to rejuvenate your soul watching the adorable kali Mata temple situated at walking distance from the hanging bridge.

Bangalore → Channarayapatna → Hassan → Sakleshpur → Coorg

This route is an alternative for the previous one which is only preferred if you want to explore some more unique destination on road trip to Coorg from Bangalore. People ignore this route maybe as it takes a bit more time (7 hours, 332 km) to reach the final destination.

Other than that, the road conditions are fantastic in this route that follows NH-48. You will feel amazing when you pass through the mix of scenic beauty and cultural heritage attraction while traveling on this route.

The very first location you can see is the beautiful Chenna Keshava Temple and few real cultural treasures of India in Belur and Halebeeddu. I have also mentioned about these attractions in my previous pots on road trip to Chikmagalur.

5) Manjarbad Fort

Manjarbad Fort- Coorg from Bangalore

As soon as you reach Sakleshpur, don’t forget to visit the historic Manjarbad fort built-in star shape architecture.

6) Bisle Ghat

Bisle Ghat- Coorg from Bangalore

Now after watching these fine forts and monuments on road trip through this route, you’ll fall in the lap of nature watching the magnificent scenery of three mountain ranges in Bisle Ghat which elicits the beauty of Hassan, Coorg, and Mangalore altogether.

7) Mallalli Falls

This is another most alluring waterfall in Coorg that falls in this route a few miles away from Bisle Ghat. Being one of the highest falls in south India It is situated in the foothills of Pushpagiri which looks sensational when the water cascades from the huge height of 200 feet just like a pearl on the necklace.

Mallalli Falls- Coorg from Bangalore

You should start trekking from Pushpa Giri to reach the top of the hills to witness this magical falls. The falls are surrounded by the lush green landscape, beautiful valleys, and stunning mountain views.

As soon as you move closer to the falls, the views are getting more and more fascinating and your heart goes on crazy with this out of the world waterfall trek experience.

Tips: You should carry your eatables as there is no food shop around this fall.

Bangalore → Ramanagara → Mandya → Nagarhole → Gonikoppal → Coorg

This is the third and last route to visit Coorg from Bangalore via NH-275. It takes approx 7 hours to cover 300 km by car.

The route will take you to the adventurous Nagarhole National park and Wildlife century, so if you are a wildlife enthusiast, you can choose this rote to visit Coorg and enjoy the thrilling road trip passing through the middle of the jungle before admiring the scenic locations of Coorg.

Way to Coorg from Bangalore via Nagarhole National Park

Nagarhole national park is spread across the large 571 sq km region sharing the border with Coorg and Mysore. It is one of the famous tiger reserves in Karnataka which means COBRA (Nagarhole) in the local language.

You can spot tiger, leopard, jackal and other wild animals as soon as you enter into the forest region. Take out some time while on a road, enter inside the park where you can also indulge in forest activities like safari ride, boat trips, elephant rides.

Places to visit & things to do in a 3-day family trip to Coorg from Bangalore

As your footsteps towards the hills station, you must look for a budget hotel for your stay for the next one or two days. Before discussing that I’ll be showing you the 3-day itinerary for your memorable Coorg trip.

Day-1

After a proper night stay in Coorg, wake up early in the morning to start your trip. On day one, prepare yourself to visit some historical destinations in Coorg.

Hence, in our first-day itinerary, we have included Dubare Elephant Camp, Omkareshwar Temple, Madikeri fort, Harangi Dam and at the end of the day visit Raja’s seat.

8) Omkareshwar Temple

Start your trip under the aura of the historical Omkareshwar temple built by King Linga Rajendra II in the 18th century. A very strange story is related to this temple. It is said that the King killed a Brahmin to take over his daughter to glorify the kingdom and his rule.

But as said that in spirituality, the body dies but spirit alive forever. This statement proves completely true in this case and the king getting the nightmares from the day he killed that Brahman.

Omkareshwar Temple-Coorg from Bangalore

To overcome this mental illness he consulted other Brahman and come out to the final solution that only a special Shiva Lingam from Varanasi could help him to get rid of the Brahmans spirit.

After this, the king established a Shiva Lingam at the same spot where he killed that Brahman and to secure it, he built a temple over it.

Though, the temple is beautifully created with a touch of Gothic and Islamic style architecture giving it a look almost similar to Muslim Dargah.

If you want to enjoy yourself with your family here, then there is a small pond nearby the temple connected by a causeway that is home to several swimming fishes. You can feed the fish and enjoy the serenity of the place near the temple.

9) Madikeri Fort

Another historical treasure, the Madikeri fort is built by Muddu Raja during the 17th century. The fort depicts the wonderful palatial structure surrounded by the lush green and hilly landscape with a clock tower built by Britishers.

Madikeri Fort-Coorg from Bangalore

This mysterious fort has plenty of secret doors that add a thrilling experience for the tourists who visit this most popular place in Coorg.

10) Harangi Dam

Harangai is the beautiful dam located just a few miles from the Kushalnagar route. The Dam flows in its full glory in the monsoon season when you can watch the gushing flow of water from the height of around 47 meters.

Harangi Dam-Coorg from Bangalore

You’ll find a small garden near the dam where you can witness the statue of Goddess Kaveri made of stone along with a legendary Chamundeshwari temple where Lord Shiva and Parvati are preached together.

11) Raja’s Seat

The Raja’s seat is another most fascinating attraction in Coorg. It is a brick and mortar structure which is supported by arches.

Your eyes get stuck to watch the phenomenal structure showcasing the king and his wife situated at the high elevation.

The garden around this attraction is also worth visiting where you can enjoy the musical fountain with the pleasant fragrances of seasonal flowers.

Raja’s Seat-Coorg from Bangalore

Start your trip from this Raja’s seat early in the morning and capture the stunning sunrise view amidst the sensational mountain views in the background.

However, if you aren’t able to visit here in the morning then you must visit here directly in the evening when you will get the same joy out of its breathtaking sunset views as well.

There is a toy train in the garden especially for your kids who can capture the complete picturesque of the garden by a round trip journey on this train.

For Complete Itinerary

Read: How to plan a family trip to Coorg from Bangalore on Budget?