Scotland of India

Coorg, officially called Kodagu, is one of the most sought-after hill stations of Karnataka. Coorg landscape is mountainous and stays misty throughout the year. It is nicknamed the ‘Scotland of India’.

Undulating hills covered in lush green forests, valleys and the streams cutting right through them offer stunning scenic beauty. Coffee plantations, tea gardens and orange groves add to the charm of Coorg.

It is the place to be for all nature lovers. It also stands as a popular destination because of its Kodava culture.

33 thoughts on “Landscape-7

  1. Beautiful place and incredible pictures. Though I have never been to karnataka but I know India has some amazing landscapes which no other country has. Since I have been living in Dubai, never got a chance to travel to India much but it’s in my bucket list with Kerala and other southern states of India. Thanks to you for bringing Karnataka on top of my bucket list.

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  2. Keep up the good work Indira.
    BTW, I lost my job like most people due to this global pandemic and now trying to make blogging my full time job. I would be glad if you visit my blog and give your genuine feedback. Thanks and have a nice day

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  3. Beautiful photographs Indira! I think that it looks greener and lusher than Scotland! (We have a lot of moorland on the higher slopes in Scotland – mostly rocks and heather.)

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  4. Namaskara, I did my engineering from Manipal and once did a bike trip to Coorg. Awesome place. What you can also mention is that the Coorgies excel at sports especially hockey.
    Thanks and much appreciated for sharing. Made me reminisce my time in the hills

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