Accommodation in Coorg

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Orange County Madikeri

Set on a 162-hectare coffee and spice estate, this luxe resort is 12.5 miles (19 km) from Dubare Elephant Camp by the Kaveri River and 30 miles (46 km) from Nagarhole National Park.

Featuring colonial-style decor, tile floors and hardwood furniture, the posh villas and 1- and 2-bedroom suites offer living rooms with cable TV, minifridges, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Some units have private courtyards with plunge pools. Rooms service is available. There’s no Wi-Fi.

There are 3 upscale restaurants, a bar, and a cafe/lounge on stilts by a paddy field, plus an outdoor pool, an infinity pool and a spa with Ayurvedic treatments.

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Coorg

Coorg, also known as Kodagu, is a region in Southern India, in between Goa and Kerala. Madikeri is a hill station town in Coorg.

Coorg homes several communities with diverse ethnic origins. Coorgies or Kodavas are the main ethnic community. Gowdas (Arey bhashe gowdas or Coorg gowdas), Tamilians, Malayalees, Mophlas or Mapilles (Muslims) communities also share a part. There are some tribal groups such as the Kurubas, Kudiyas, Yeravas who are said to be the tribal origins of Coorg.

Coorg is one of India’s famous travel destination and has been called the Scotland of India by the British and also called as the Kashmir of South India.

Coorg’s natural beauty, the people, the culture and the food is the major attraction which draws people towards Coorg from all over the world.

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