Distance between Guwahati and Coorg is and the average travel time is using a cab.
Guwahati, the biggest city of Assam is situated between the banks of the Brahmaputra River and the foothills of the Shillong plateau. It was earlier known as "Pragjyotishpura" which means "The Light of the East". Guwahati is covered by lavish greenery and it is the home to many ancient temples.
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You can reach Coorg from Guwahati by road in about using a cab upon driving using a cab.
Snuggled in the picturesque hills and valleys, Coorg is a popular tourist destination in Karnataka. The region, also known as Kodagu, is spread over an area of more than 4000 sq km. Apart from the alluring natural beauty, the hill station has a rich historical and cultural backdrop. It was ruled by various dynasties such as the Cholas, the Hoysalas and the Vijayanagara kings.
Coorg is famous for its wonderful valleys, coffee plantations, steep hills, numerous waterfalls and rich flora and fauna. The must visit tourist attractions in Coorg include Nagarhole National Park, The Raja’s seat, Abbi Falls, Iruppu Falls, Madikeri Fort and Tibetan Buddhist Golden Temple.
The nearest airport from Coorg is in Mangalore, which is approximately 140 km away. Bangalore is the nearest international airport located at a distance 240 kms. Savaari cabs can be booked for direct transfer from Bangalore airport to Coorg.
The below table mentions the popular places to visit in around Coorg.
List of Places to Visit in Coorg
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This is the location for rafting activities in Coorg. One will enjoy the thrilling ride is visited to this location
This peak is the second highest peak in the state. This is an active location for trekkers.
Nagarhole National Park
This is a famous wildlife sanctuary located in Coorg. The park is essentially a dense tropical forest. Through the jungle, there are streams that run through.
Dubare Reserve Forest & Elephant Camp is a popular tourist attraction in Coorg. The highlight of this camp is that plenty of elephants are bred here.
Located at the base of Pushpagiri Hill Ranges, Mallalli Falls are an exuberant place. This is the location where the Kumaradhara River takes a steep plunge. The falls descend for over 200 feet making it a tall waterfall.
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Talakaveri, the place where the River Kaveri originates is an interesting tourist destination.
Nisargadhama is a man-made island and picnic spot near Kushalanagara formed by the river Kaveri
Iruppu Falls is a sacred spot in south Kodagu in the Brahmagiri hill range. The Lakshmana Tirtha River flows nearby
Abbey Falls is a scenic waterfall 5 km from Madikeri
Dubare is famous amongst nature lovers as it is an elephant- training camp of the Forest Department along the Kushalanagara-Siddapur road.
Nagarahole is a national park and wildlife resort
Bhagamandala is situated at the confluence of two rivers, the Kaveri and the Kanika. A third river- the Sujyothi is said to join from underground
Mandalapatti Mallalli falls