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COORG: A wildlife lover's paradise

Coorg: The Scotland of India. Know more…

Tuesday, 7th September 2021

Coorg is a wonderful hill station in the Kodagu district of Karnataka, often referred to as the "Scotland of India". The destination has deep mountain forests and is home to some exotic wild animals. This place is surrounded by a landscape shrouded in mist and is an ideal place for lovers of nature and wildlife. Coorg offers a lifetime opportunity for wildlife lovers to get in touch with nature and explore all that it has. Only the hill station has several interesting wildlife sanctuaries that should not be missed.


Also Read: Explore the wildlife of Gujarat.

Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary

Brahmagiri Holy Land is a green dream! The reserve is located in the Kodagu district of the Western Ghats, almost 250 kilometers from Bangalore. It was declared a protected area in 1974. This place is home to some rare wild animals, including elephants, leopards, sloths, and tigers. You can also camp indoors and spend some time.


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Nagarhole National Park

Nagarhole is one of the most popular wildlife sanctuaries in India and is famous for its wide variety of exotic flora and fauna. The park also has incredible waterfalls, valleys, and hills that will fascinate you. In the park, you can see animals such as impala, sambar, four-horned antelope, Bengal tiger, and cheetah.


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Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary

Another gem of a place in Coog is the Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary located in the Western Ghats. Surrounded by dense evergreen forests, this place is famous for its flourishing flora and fauna and has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can plan a trip to this refuge, but you are not allowed to stay in the park.


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Talakaveri Wildlife Sanctuary

The Tarakavili Wildlife Sanctuary has a large area of ??105 square meters per square kilometer. The reserve also borders the Ranipuram and Kottencheri mountains in Kerala. One can easily see Asian elephants, striped-necked mongooses, and mouse deer in this area.


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