Coorg or Kodagu, or the Scotland of India as some call it, is a hill station situated in the Western Ghats, in the State of Karnataka. With lush green hills, winding roads, forest rivers and picturesque coffee plantations, Coorg is the largest producer of Coffee in India, and is also known for its cardamom and Jackfruit trees.
Did you know? Jackfruit is the largest fruit borne on trees - throughout the world! This tree is largely found in coffee plantations, and there's no surprise you see plenty of them in Coorg.
It remains pleasant here throughout the year with avg. temperatures in the summer staying below 30°c and winters being reasonably chilly with temperatures dropping to an average of 15°c.
While Coorg is an all-year-round destination, October to March is the best time for adventure activities ranging from river rafting to zip-lining. March to April remains a good time to witness the celestially beautiful valley full of white flowers, and June to August is the perfect season to experience the heavy monsoons as the flora can be witnessed in it's full glory.