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Bangalore to Coorg car rentals

Located on the plateau region of the Western Ghats, it was called “Scotland of India” by the British. Some people have named the place as “Kashmir of South India” as well. This place is one of the most famous tourist destinations of the state as well as the country. The natural beauty of the area has made it popular even amongst international tourists. This district of Karnataka is mostly frequented by nature lovers. Coorg or Kodagu as it is officially known now, is an astonishing land in the heart of the southern Indian peninsula. This unspoilt “country of million hills”, situated on the slopes of the Western Ghats, is India’s coffee bowl. The tiny district in the state of Karnataka is the biggest producer of coffee.

Bangalore to Coorg distance

There are two popular road routes to drive to Coorg to, the first option is to drive to Coorg from Bangalore, first is via Mysore, the second is via Channarayapatna on the NH48 towards Hassan from Bangalore.
Distance wise both are comparable though the NH48 route is a tad longer.Located at a distance of 243 km from Bangalore. Coorg has a population of 554,519. It is famous for its austere sights, varied wildlife, world-class coffee and the Kodavas.


The places worth visiting near the town are Dubare Elephant Camp, Namdroling Monastery, Iruppu Falls, Raja’s Seat, Brahmagiri Hills, etc.
The best eateries near the town are Coorg Cuisine, Taste of Coorg, East End Hotel, etc.
People visiting Coorg often look for reliable taxi services to go to nearby cities like Kannur, Ooty, Tirupati, etc. Annual flower show is held here in third week May every year. This show is one of the main attraction of Ooty. The rose garden 750m from Charing Cross contains over 1,500 varieties of roses.It is open from 0800 to 1800.

Abbey falls – Gushing through the rock

Abbey Falls makes for one of the most popular places to visit in Coorg. Located 1 km from the town of Madikeri, the waterfall is located between coffee plantations and spice estates. Enjoy the gushing beauty where the Kaveri River cascades down a rockface turning into the falls. The best time to visit is November and December, just after monsoons.

Brahmagiri Peak – Trek through the verdant trails

Brahmagiri Peak is a scenic spot full of forested woods and mist-topped hills. On the way to the peak, you will trek through grasslands, colourful floras and sparkling streams of clear water. It also has a wildlife sanctuary which includes Lion-tailed Macaque, Jungle Cat, Spotted Deer, Nilgiri Langur, Giant Flying Squirrel amongst others. It is one of the most beautiful places to see in Coorg in 2 days.

Dubare Elephant Camp for animal lovers

One of the most interesting things to do in Coorg is get close to elephants at the Dubare Elephant Camp. With over 150 elephants, the camp is a great chance to get to know these enchanting creatures. Watch the elephants being given a bath, fed and trained by Mahouts. In addition take a coracle ride on the River Cauvery and spot a crocodile, gaur, the wild dog, sloth bear and peacocks.

Iruppu Falls – Rush of the torrents

Of all tourist places in Coorg, Iruppu waterfall is one of the most popular. River Lakshmana Tirtha takes a 60 feet plunge amidst the green mountains to turn into these falls. The picturesque view of the ferns along with the gushing sound of the falls makes for a memorable experience.

Nagarhole National Park for the love of the wild

If you are interested in wildlife, the Nagarhole National Park is possibly one of the best places to visit in Coorg in one day. Despite the dense jungle, it has open sight-lines along the river bank, which makes for fantastic place to watch animals and over 270 species of birds. The best time to visit is during summer (April to May) or winter (November to February).

Chettalli – The less trodden pathways

If you are into cultural tourism, an interesting thing to do in Coorg would be to visit a local village. Chettalli is a small village on the Madikeri – Siddapur Road is just the place. With the misty hills being perfectly complimented by the unending greenery it provides a great place to enjoy the serenity and relax.

Raja’s Seat – Mystical views and cottony clouds

Present in the town of Madikeri, Raja’s Seat is considered one of the most scenic places to visit in Coorg. A popular sunset point, it provides a breathtaking view of the green valley and the surrounding hills. It is also surrounded by a beautiful garden of seasonal flowers and musical fountains. The best time to visit is during the early morning and evening hours.

Mandalpatti View point – Nature at it’s best

With abundance of greenery, trekking is definitely one of the things to do in Coorg, tourist places for this activity too are in abundance here, but Mandalpatti is considered the best. Climb up towards the Mandalpatti View Point via the scenic Makkandur route but be sure to pack some water for the way as you explore one of the best trekking places in Coorg.

Bylakuppe – A cultural delight

Of all tourist places in Coorg, Bylakuppe is full of cultural delights. The second biggest Tibetan settlement in India, the main attraction in Bylakuppe is the Golden Temple or Namdroling Monastery which adheres to the typical Tibetan style of architecture. The town is especially great to visit during the festival of Losar (Tibetan New Year), which is celebrated with much fervor.

Cauvery Nisargadhama – Time to the beaten tracks

Nisargadhama is a beautiful island, 28 km from Madikeri, surrounded by thick foliage of bamboo groves, sandalwood and teak trees. An interesting things to do in Coorg would be to stay in the treetop bamboo cottages here, and enjoy the elephant rides and boating on the river side.

Coorg Car Rental Services for Local Travel:-

This service is useful for the people who want to book a cab for whole day or half day. Tapscabs provide the taxi service for Mysore local use in which the traveller who want to travel within the city or for local sightseeing within the city limit. Tapscabs car rental provide the cabs for full day (8hrs/80kms) or for half day (4hrs/40kms).

– In this service we provide the cab for (8hrs/80 kms) package. Traveller can use the cab for 8 hrs/80 kms. After exceeding the limit of 8hrs/80 kms the traveller has to pay per extra km/hrs charges. Local Full Day service is available anytime for local trips like shopping, sightseeing, attending schools and meetings, or for visiting hospitals.

Half day – In this service we provide the cab for (4hrs/40 kms) package. Traveller can use the cab for 4hrs/40 kms. After exceeding the limit of 4hrs/40 kms the traveller has to pay per extra km/hrs charges. Local Full Day service is available anytime for local trips like shopping, sightseeing, attending schools and meetings, or for visiting hospitals.

Bangalore to Coorg cab service for outstation trip:-

If any traveller wants to plan for weekend getaways or for a family leisure trip outside the city limits Tapscabs car rental can arrange for a compact tour package. We take up group packages from Bangalore to connecting places nearby. We would send cars accommodating the size of the group. Outstation car rental service divided into three type’s services like: Roundtrip, One Way Trip and Multicity.

Roundtrip:This is the to and fro service means roundtrip which is useful for those who need to and fro from Bangalore. You can request for a Roundtrip from Bangalore to Coorg roundtrip.

One way drop:This is for those who need just a one way drop to their destination from Bangalore. You can request for a one way drop from Bangalore to Mysore, say for instance you want a drop from Coorg to Ooty.

Multi city travel:Suppose if you plan for visiting more than one city in a fixed time limit, say for instance you would want to visit, from Coorg to Coimbatore Mysore to Ooty, and then Ooty to Coorg avail our Multi city travel service ( Coorg, Karnataka Mysuru, Karnataka Ooty, Tamil Nadu Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu Coorg, Karnataka)