How about spending Long weekend amidst beautiful mountains of Bangalore’s favorite hill station, Coorg
Muddie Trails presents a mouth-watering experience on the Western Ghats. Coorg is a hill station located in Karnataka famous for its coffee and tea plantations. It’s called ‘The Scotland of India‘ thanks to its majestic beauty and cool climate. The valleys of Coorg are filled with tropical forests with a good amount of wildlife.
On this Long Weekend trip to Coorg, we will chill ourselves in the intermittent rains, enjoy cold winds, warm ourselves close by the bonfire, and taste amazing Coorgie style food. And of course, sip that Coorg coffee umpteen number of times.
First day, we will explore the most happening town of Coorg Madikeri – with beautiful viewpoints, Abbey waterfalls and a beautiful sunset point build by Maharajas of Coorg – Raja’s Seat. The best attraction is Mandalpatti, which is famous for bumpy Jeep trails to witness stunning scenes of high Western Ghats. Coorg is also famous for its spice plantations along with Coffee and Tea estates. After a bit of coffee shopping, we will head to homestay for an eventful night.
Next day, we will visit Kushalnagar town of Coorg that is home to Dubare Elephant camp across the river Cauvery, go on Raft boating, take a dip in the river, visit offbeat Chiklihole Reservoir and Namdroling Tibetan Monastery, also called Golden Temple.
The last day of the trip, we will head to Brahmagiri hills and visit Iruppu Waterfalls amidst thick forest before heading back towards Bengaluru.
Coorg is beautiful and peaceful. It’s a destination that cannot be missed. Are you up for it?
Silk Board / HSR Layout: 9:00 PM
• In front of Udupi Grand restaurant on Service road
Marathahalli: 9:25 PM
• In front of Mahindra Showroom
Tin Factory: 9:40 PM
• Tin Factory Bus Stop towards HP petrol pump
Goraguntepalya: 10:35 to 10:50 PM (based on traffic)
• Metro Station Bus Stop towards Hospital
Muddie Trails may decide to cancel the event if there are less than 8 travelers signed up for the trip/trek.
What if we don’t get the minimum number of people for the trip?
We have 2 options in this case:
Option 1: Complete refund.
Option 2: Switch to any other trip of the same weekend or future weekends. The difference amount will be collected from you or paid back according to the new trip cost.
Muddie Trails may have to cancel the event in case of external factors that are beyond our control like Natural Disasters, Extreme Weather Conditions, Red Alerts, Political Disturbances, Bandh/Curfews, Local Issues, Road Blocks, Train cancellations, Covid-19 or any other disease outbreaks etc.
In these scenarios: