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Coorg is one of India’s famous travel destinations and has been called the Scotland of India by the British and also called the Kashmir of South India. Honeymoon is the first holiday which a newly-wedded couple celebrates together on the occasion of their marriage. Sharing the best choice of stay with everlasting places and experience to bring positive memories to your honeymoon.

Why should you choose this honeymoon package?

  • This package provides a great opportunity for two soul mates to get away from the routine work and to spend some quality time in an exotic & romantic honeymoon destination

  • Honeymoon specific inclusions as per variant chosen like Flower bed decoration, Candlelight arrangement for dinner, pastry, etc.

  • Best stay with lots of open space within the resort to walk around and breathe fresh air, chat tables, various choice of activities to choose as per your interest, delicious food, and much more.    


3 Nights 4 Days Available on request South India

What is included in the tour

  • 3N 4D Honeymoon package stay as per variant chosen.

  • 4 days compact sedan car available from pickup to drop at Mysuru Railway station as per itinerary below.

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Anything other than inclusions

  • Any vehicle parking charges, tips anywhere. 


Day 1: Arrival At Mysore & Proceed To Coorg (120 km/approx 2.3 Hrs)

We will welcome you at the Mysuru railway station and take you to Coorg, located in the southwest part of Karnataka. Upon arrival at Coorg, you will check-in at a hotel. After freshening up and exploring the property, you can choose to have your lunch at the resort. Post lunch, you may proceed to visit the following on day 1.

Abbey falls: It is one of the most amazing attractions in Coorg.  The picturesque view of the fall will surely take your breath away and also provide you with quite a few Kodak moments. The waterfall comes down from a height of 70 feet and provides a superb vista. You will also find a hanging bridge across the gorge from which an exceptional view of this waterfall is a sight to remember. You may have to do a leisurely walk around 750 meters to reach the waterfalls. Walk will certainly give fresh feelings with lots of trees around you.

Raja’s Seat or the Seat of the King is a famous sunset point in Madikeri. It was once the platform from which the kings of Kodagu used to enjoy glorious sunsets. The spot got its name as it was the favorite recreational place for the kings. Raja’s seat stands inside a splendid garden of seasonal flowers and musical fountains. The garden becomes a colorful sight when the flowering plants are in full bloom. Today it is a famous destination of Madikeri that is visited by tourists throughout the year.

Overnight stay at a stay place with a delicious dinner, Campfire and a live singing.

Day 2: Coorg Sightseeing

After breakfast, proceed to Talacauvery, the origin of Cauvery and a picturesque place. ENSURE TO CLIMB UP THE HILL WITH STAIRS FOR THE BEAUTIFUL VIEW. Also try street side snacks like bhelpuri. It goes well with the rain if you experience it. It is situated 1276m above sea level. At present, there is a tank at the place where Kaveri is believed to have originated. It may take a minimum of 5 hours to travel to Talacauvery and back. Pack some snacks as you may miss your lunch. But enjoy the long drive with lush green all over. Stop in the middle and have some coffee on the roadside to enjoy the weather and to create more moments. 

Reach Madikeri and see Sri Omkareshwara Temple built-in 1741 by King Lingarajendra II, for exculpation against Brahma Hatya. Built-in the Mughal style, this temple involves Indo Islamic and Gothic architecture. There are not many Shiva temples in India that share a similar architectural style. Also, Shivalingas that go by the name of Omkareshwara, are also a rarity in India. The temple's sanctum sanctorum and its entrance are not smaller as one would find in most temples across India. The temple in general occupies a vast and wide area.

The Madikeri Fort has an intriguing historical past. If time permits, you can see. Even if you miss it, you will not miss much. It was initially built of mud and later replaced to the present structure by Tipu Sultan. The grand monument houses an Anglican church, a temple, a prison, and a museum. Offering panoramic views of the city, the entrance of the fort is adorned by two fascinating mortar elephants. The fort also holds remnants of the erstwhile British era, including a vintage clock tower. Sunsets viewed from the fort are simply magical.

General Kodendera Subayya Thimayya Museum, one of the most notable Indian soldiers from Kodagu, gets a befitting honor for his valuable services to the country. After years of restoration work, General Thimayya’s mansion, ‘Sunny Side’, has been converted into a beautiful war museum. Spread across 2.6 acres on G T Road in Madikeri, Kodagu district, the war memorial will feature a variety of antique weaponry and war relics, including a cannon and a decommissioned MiG-21 fighter jet.

Shopping: Coorg is famous for a wide range of Chocolates and spices. We will share some authentic places to buy. 

Overnight stay at the hotel, enjoy delicious dinner, and campfire with live singing. 

Day 3: Coorg Sightseeing

Visit Dubare Elephant Camp. This camp has plenty of elephants that are trained under naturalists. Better to be there by 9 AM to use more time seeing Elephants in action. A trained Naturalist is at hand to explain the various aspects of Elephant history, ecology, and biology. The elephants for the Mysore Dussehra were trained at the Dubare elephant camp. There are also opportunities for trekking, elephant rides, fishing, and river rafting

The Harangi Reservoir is located near Hudgur village, Somwarpet taluk in Kodagu district in the Indian state of Karnataka. The reservoir is formed by a masonry dam built across the river Harangi, a tributary of the Kaveri. The dam is located about 9 km away from the heart of Kushalnagar town.

Chiklihole Reservoir is a place worth visiting once on your Coorg tour. It is approximately 15 km away from Kushalnagar and Madikeri. The nearest town to the Reservoir is Nanjarayapattana. The reservoir has been made on one of the tributaries of the River Cauvery. Although the place is not as popular as other tourist spots of Coorg, it offers some good moments to its visitors. For those looking for some seclusion and privacy away from the crowd, this is the place to visit. You are offered with worth capturing scenic beauty.

Day 4: Departure Coorg

After breakfast, check out from the hotel and return to Mysore for departure. Enroute, you can see Nisargadhama park and enjoy the river cauvery running smoothly. You may also see a few other places on the way to Mysore. We can help you cover those depending on your interest.


  • Check-in 2.00pm & Check out 11.00am 

  • OTHER FACILITIES: (Chargeable)

    • Bar lounge

    • Multi-Cuisine Restaurant.

    • Barbeque.

    • Bicycle Ride

    • Spa

  • Liquors, Food, Beverages are not allowed from outside (Liquors are sold on MRP rates in our Bar)

  • Campfire is subject to weather conditions.

  • The tentative room booking has to be confirmed within 48 Hours of inquiry after which the bookings will be released.

  • The extra bed with a booking is facilitated with a cot or mattress as an extra bed subject to room size and availability.

  • Rooms are subject to availability at the time of booking. Rooms may not be available together OR on the particular floor as room number and floor is allotted only at the time of check-in.

  • The booking confirmation will be done on receipt of 100% advance payment

Pickup point
Coorg, Karnataka, India View on Map