The Omkareshwara Temple is situated in the heart of the Madikeri. This temple dedcated to lord shiva and is built in its own unique style of architecture.
The elephant camp is situated on the banks of the river kaveri & run by the forest department. The visitors can feed & bathe the elephants.
Nalknad Palace built in 1792 is situated at the bottom of the highest peak of Coorg, Thadiyandamol. It features eye-catching paintings and a unique architecture.
Padi Igguthappa Temple (iggu means grain and thappa means to give) is decicated to the Rain God. Many gather for the Kaliyarchi festival in March when the idol is taken on a procession to the top of Mallama Betta Hill.
The hanging bridge is a perfect spot to view the falls. There's a Kali Temple on the other side & accessable through a coffee estate.
Mandalpatti is among the better known tourist spots. Once above the hills, the beauty of Mandalpatti is unwrapped. Makes for an ideal day trip from Madikeri.
The birth place of Kaveri on the Brahmagiri peak at 1350 metres. The river takes birth from a spring connected to a small pond beside. The water that goes underground & is seen at Bhagamandala. Climb the 350 steps for panaromic views of the range.
Bylakuppe near Kushalnagar is amongst the largest Tibetan settlements in south India. The Buddhist statues here are imposing and unique, reflecting a rich cultural heritage. Handicrafts, carpets & incense can be bought outside the monastery.
The park derives its name from naga, meaning snake and hole, referring to streams. The park has many tigers, Indian bison and elephants.