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Coorg, which is often called as the Scotland of India, is nestled amid emerald hills that dot the southernmost tip of Karnataka. This place is truly a traveller’s magnet for no one can resist the temptation of visiting the luscious spread of green landscapes, lip-smacking Kodagu cuisine and tempting, gorgeous trekking tracks here. Also Read - Bangalore to Coorg: How to Reach Coorg from Bangalore by Road



This quaint hill station produces coffee and pepper on a large scale and is blessed with a magical, salubrious climate, ideal for a peaceful sojourn. This is that kind of a place where you can pass hours staring at the magnificence of nature with a curled up book, perhaps. Here are photos that prove this point. So, when are you planning a visit to this heaven? Also Read - Coorg experiences: On the Haleri trail

Sprawling tea-estate…

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Pepper plantation over hills…

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Raja’s Seat in Madikeri…

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Lip-smacking cuisine of Kodavas…

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Namdroling Monastery in Bylakuppe

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A picturesque view against the backdrop of pretty hills

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Beautiful waterfalls at Madikeri

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