In the south of the Indian peninsular, located at the conjunction of the two states of Kerala and Karnataka, lies Coorg.
Land of warriors, tigers, a Scotland-like lush scenery and bountiful rains in the monsoon months, Coorg has made a much loved summer getaway for many over the years. The birthplace of the river Cauvery, Coorg is plantation land for some of India’s finest coffee, orange, pepper and cardamom.
Beyond its splendid topography, Coorg has a story of its own – told in the culture of its people and in the preservation of its cultural and ecological sanctity, even in this day of commercial overture.
Address: Ms. Vidya Changappa