Situated in the Western Ghats of the Sahyadri Mountains in South Western Karnataka, the hill station of Coorg is rightly called as the “Scotland of South”. Its mesmerising scenic beauty and a refreshingly calm atmosphere had made it extremely popular amongst tourists of all age groups.
Plan a tour to Coorg and bask in the serene beauty of this hill station. The lush greenery with exotic flora and fauna presents a perfect break from the concrete jungles of cities and the computers and machines which have become a part of everyday life.
What can make your tour to this hill station even more enjoyable is a suitable tour package catering to all your needs and preferences. Our Coorg Tour Packages from Bangalore are designed in such a way that they take care of everything without over burdening you with extra expenses.
At Holidays DNA, we have an extensive range of Coorg tour packages from Bangalore which range from honeymoon trip to Coorg to a family holiday, from a planned adventure break to a last minute fun trip with friends. As we understand the value of an enjoyable holidaying, we ensure that our customers get the best deal possible along with providing all the facilities you require.
Irrespective of whether you are planning for a luxury holiday or Coorg budget tours from Bangalore, we serve our customers in the best way known to us. We also offer tailor made tour packages to Coorg which are designed, catering to even the smallest requirements of yours.
From arrangements of babysitting for your child to room decoration for your partner to arrangements for your elderly parents, our tour plans take care of almost everything. Some of the common facilities which are included in our packages are various accommodation choices (resorts, luxury villas, 5 – 3 star hotels, budget hotels), transportation choices (airway, railways and roadways), ticket booking, booking of taxis and cab and many more.
The distance between Coorg and Bangalore is approximately 257 kilometres. Both the cities are well connected. Thus travelling to Coorg from Bangalore doesn’t take much, neither it is tiresome.
Coorg is covered by Dakshina Kannada District in the Northwest, the Hassan District in the North, the Mysore District in the East, the Kannur District of Kerala State in the Southwest, and the Wayanad District of Kerala in the South. It enjoys good connectivity as is near to many towns and cities. Coorg enjoys proximity with the Bangalore city as well. The Coorg Bangalore distance is approximately 257 kilometres. It is located in the southwest direction from Bangalore.
Coorg is only connected by roads as the place doesn’t have any airport or railways station. The best way to reach Coorg from Bangalore is by road. One can also take trains if interested.
Reaching Coorg by Air:
The city of Bangalore has the nearest international airport to Coorg. The Bengaluru International Airport (BLR) is well connected to the cities throughout the world and thus makes Coorg reachable for tourists.
Reaching Coorg by Rail:
There is no direct train from Bangalore to Coorg, as Coorg doesn’t have a railway station. The nearest railway heads are Mysore Junction (MYS) and Mangalore Junction (MAJN). The nearest railway line is Mangalore to Hassan railway line. Sakleshpur or Subrahmanya are the closest railway stations. Another railways station close to Coorg is Hasan.
One can reach Mysore from Bangalore via train. From Mysore, there are bus services available. One can also hire private vehicle from here.
Reaching Coorg by Road:
There are umpteen numbers of buses running between Bangalore and Coorg. Travelling to Coorg by buses is the most commonly used means of transportation. There are regular KSRTC Volvo buses as well as deluxe buses from Bangalore to Coorg. However, if interested in travelling on your own and at your own pace, hiring a private vehicle can be a good idea.
There are two state highways that connect Bangalore and Coorg. These are SH17 and SH88. The common route which is usually take by tourists to reach Coorg from Bangalore is:
Bangalore – Bidadi – Ramanagaram – Chennapatna – Maddur – Mandya – Srirangapatna – Mysore- Yelwal – Hunsur – Kempalapura – Piriyapatna – Bylakuppe – Kushalnagara – Suntikoppa – Madikeri.