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Between the months of June and August, Coorg gets heavy rainfall. The average annual rainfall in the town of Coorg is between 2,500 and 3,500 mm. The beauty of the seasonal waterfalls of Coorg is best experienced during the months between July and September.

This package is carefully designed for the “Comfort Travellers” 

Why Coorg for post monsoon?

  • To experience the best waterfalls and rivers with full flow of water
  • To enjoy the lush green surroundings
  • To do the best White Water Rafting in South India

Why should you take this package from KeyTerns?

  • Designer itinerary covering monsoon aspects to get delightful memories
  • Comfort and Safety are considered in building the itinerary  
  • Only top rated stay and suppliers are used
  • You get value for money and feel accomplished after doing white water rafting

This is an exclusive package for you and your friends / family. If you like rain, you will enjoy monsoon season in Coorg from June to September. Take this package -‘Monsoon Leisure Trip to Coorg’ and get to see nature at its best with lush green valleys and waterfalls.

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Abhay Falls PC

Price for 2 adults starts from 

Ex-Mysuru - Rs.12500 Per Person that includes Stay in a Luxury Plantation Resort or above 4* Hotel with Breakfast, and AC Sedan Car, EXCLUDES any experiences like Rafting, Mandalpatti Jeep Safari and anything else.  

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2 Nights 3 Days Available on request South India


  • Day 1 Cab to pick up at Mysuru. Freshen up (if required) and have Breakfast enroute and reach the stay place at Madikeri, have lunch and experience the view of the beautiful Abhay Falls and the jeep ride to Mandalpatti to see a 360 degree view of mountains. Evening Visit Raja's Seat to see the nice valley sun set, explore Omkareshwara temple and do some shopping, specifically spices and home made chocolates. Overnight Stay at hotel.
  • Day 2 Have Breakfast and check out, Visit Iruppu Waterfalls, Barapole's thrill white water rafting and water activities, stay near Kutta 
  • Day 3 Check out and visit Dubare Elephant Camp by 9 AM to enjoy seeing the Elephants bathing and feeding, see the quiet Tibetan Monastery and get dropped at Mysuru.

With extra day, Talakaveri, the origin of the river Cauvery, can be covered with a Hiking up the Brahmagiri hill next to Talakaveri temple, 

Experiences in detail:

1. Dubare Elephant Camp and White Water Rafting

Jungle camp offering elephant bathing, feeding & riding experiences & optional whiter water rafting on the Kaveri River. Dubare is known for its elephant camp, a forest camp on the banks of the river Kaveri in the district of Kodagu, Karnataka. It is an important base for the Karnataka Forest Department’s elephants.

2. Namdroling monastery:

It is the largest teaching center of the Nyingma lineage of Tibetan Buddhism in the world. The place is Peaceful, and Simply Beautiful. You will love spending every moment here and you will just not want to leave.  

3. Abbey falls

It is one of the must visit places in monsoon and post monsoon season. The waterfalls will be full of water during monsoon season and have a pleasant view. The place is surrounded by lush greenery and the fragrance of exotic coffee and spices. The water comes down from the cliff at a height of 70 feet and provides a spectacular view.

4. Raja Seat and Omkareshwara temple:

It is one of the spectacular valley view points of Coorg and a refreshing place during the monsoon with a nice mist, excellent garden, and great food joints.

5. Talacauvery

After breakfast, leave for Talakaveri, Talacauvery is the birthplace of the sacred river Cauvery, The Brahmagiri hill is situated right beside the temple. There are a series of steps leading to the top of the hill. From there, one can have a 360 degree view of the surrounding hills. Walk up the hill is generally through the clouds. It will be an excellent experience.

6. Triveni Sangama

On the road from Talakaveri to Madikeri, you can see river Kavery flowing beautifully and there is a point where 3 rivers are believed to be merging. You can see that. A short distance from the triveni sangama, there is a famous temple known as Sri Bhagandeshwara temple.

7. Mandalpatti:

Mandalpatti, situated at an altitude of around 4050 feet, is a hilltop 18 Kms from the town of Madikeri in Karnataka and is a part of Pushpagiri reserve forest. Mandalpatti has become a famous four-by-four Jeep drive spot to the top. In the local language, Mandalpatti is also known as ‘Mugilu-Peth’ or ‘Mugilupete’ which means Market of Cloud (Mist).

8. Chiklihole Reservoir:

Chiklihole dam is a small reservoir built across the river Chiklihole flowing through the Cauvery basin of Karnataka. The dam is located near the town of Nanjarayapattana that lies between Madikeri and Kushalnagar in the Kodagu or Coorg district of Karnataka. The best part about the location of the dam is that it stands at a distance of just 5 km from the Dubare forest.


  • Plan given is indicative and is subject to change.
  • Generally, rain will be heavy in July and in the 1st half of August and light in June and August 15 onwards till September. Weather is indicative. One needs to check the weather and availability of activities like Rafting and sightseeing places closer to the date.
Pickup point
Madikeri, Karnataka 571201, India View on Map