Coorg, natively known as Kodagu – meaning ‘dense forest on a hill’, is often referred to as the Scotland of India thanks to its cooler climate and lush undulating landscape. Its hilly terrain and breathtaking scenery offer serene retreats for nature lovers or exciting getaways for adventure seekers.
Coorg is the heartland of Indian coffee for the last two centuries. What was once a bastion for British colonial and Indian elite coffee planters, is now rapidly evolving into a luxury tourist destination.
Agri-tourism is now a trending holiday concept for many urban tourists, and this resort offers you the best agri-tourism experience in Coorg. You can inspect workers pruning the bushes and also take a tour to the Pulper house with the Estate Manager, making yours a memorable plantation stay in Coorg.