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Kotebetta is the third highest peak in Kodagu after Thadiyandamol and Pushpagiri. Kotebetta means “Fort hill” because of its fort like appearance. It stands tall at about 1620m above sea level. It is located on the… read more »

Madikeri, the district headquarters of Kodagu is a mesmerising city situated at an elevation of 1170m above sea level. The fabulous climate and stunning location makes it one of the famous tourist destinations in south… read more »

Madikeri Fort is a historical landmark and a prominent tourist place in Kodagu. The fort is situated in the center of the Madikeri town, still preserving the remnants of a bygone era within its walls…. read more »

Mallali falls from height creates a scenic view. Water falls into a gorge surrounded by lush green mountains. It is the fascinating beauty little away from Madikeri. The sound of Snow-white waterfalls and the calmness… read more »

Mandalpatti or locally called as Mugilpete, lies in the Pushpagiri Reserve Forest range near Hammiyala village in the Madikeri taluk at a distance of 20 kms from Madikeri. The peak is around 1600 meters above… read more »

Mrithunjaya temple is one of the major temple of tourist attraction in Kodagu. This temple belongs to God Shiva and popular temple locally. A place filled with holiness and divinity,  is a destination for those who… read more »

About Nagarahole National Park also known as Rajiv Gandhi national Park is one of the India’s premier Tiger reserve adjoining Bandipur Tiger Reserve. It is a part of Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve and extends till Brahmagiri wildlife… read more »

Nalknad Palace or Nalnad Aramane is a palace built by king Dodda Veerarajendra in the year 1792. It is located in the Yevakapadi village near Kakkabe at a distance of 35kms from Madikeri and 25kms… read more »

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