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Places To Explore

Kotebetta

Kotebetta measures around 5400 ft and is the 3rd highest peak in Coorg after Tadiyandamol and Brahmagiri. Kotebetta is about 22Kms fromLittle Jungle, and is located in Madapur which is in between Somwarpet and Madikeri. The trek to the top of Kotebetta is around 10 kms from the base. There is aShiva temple on the peak of the hill. Kote Betta means Fort Hill Kotebetta is an awesome place to trek.

Napandapole Falls

Napandapole Falls is located about 18 kms away from Little Jungle, on the way to Surlabi. Napandapole Falls is situated in the foots of Kote Betta hill area and is surrounded by 3 sub water falls.

Golden temple

This monastery is inhabited by Tibetian Monks. This is situated near Kushalnagar, known as "Byle Kuppe", which is about 20kms. Although refugees, Tibetians have kept theirculture and heritage intact. Tourists can witness their way of life, architecture; even taste Tibetian dishes and Tibetian handicrafts are also available.

Cauvery Nisarga Dhama

Forest department is maintaining this wonderful picnic spot, on the banks of river Cauvery, near Kushalnagar. The hanging bridge, pedal boat center, tree top shelters, elephant safari, deer park is the main attractions of Cauvery Nisargadhama. Situated at a distance of 2 kms from Kushalnagar on the Mysore-Madikeri Road. This is a man-made island with an area of 65 acres. It has huge hanging bridge at the entrance of this spot.

Dubbare

Another picnic spot near Kushalnagar on the banks of river Cauvery. Elephant Training camp belonging to forest department is situated here and they allow you to feed and bath the elephants. Its about 26 kms from Little Jungle. Boating is allowed all the time, rafting happens during monsoon.

Honnamana Kere

Honnamana Kere is said to be the biggest lake in Coorg and is a historic and Spiritual place. It is about 12 km away from Little Jungle. Honnamana Kere is surrounded by beautiful mountains, cliffs and Coffee Plantation and two hills Gavi Betta & Mori Betta. The lake is considered holy and there’s a temple built adjacent to the lake and is named after Goddess Honnamma, who sacrificed her life for the welfare of the people. One can find man built caves which are believed to be built by Pandavas.

Mallalli Falls

Mallalli falls is situated in the foot hills of Pushpagiri hills. It is one of the most beautiful water falls in Coorg which is about 24 kms away from Little Jungle. The water plunging from a height of 120 ft. is an eye feasting sight of river Kumaradhara gushing through the valleyand falling into a gorge, with lush green mountains around.

Harangi Dam

A reservoir with picturesque spot is one of the main attractive tourist centre at a distance of 6 kms from Little Jungle, towards Kushalnagar.

Mandalpatti

Mandalpatti is one of the best tourist spots in Coorg. Mandalpatti hills are located around 35km from Little Jungle between Somwarpet & Madikeri. Once on the top of the hills the beauty of Mandalpatti is unwrapped. Far stretching green mountains and the cool breeze will definitely make one feel like heaven.

Pushpagiri Hills

The Pushpagiri hill, the celebrated mountain (5,626 ft.), is about 30 kms from Little Jungle. which is amidst the jungle. The summit commands an extensive view of Pushpagiri mountains which is surrounded by Biseli and Kumaradhara trekking Zone. It is the most sort after place for trekk dreamers and nature lovers. There is a temple of Ishwara also on the top of the hill. Poojas are performed on a grand scale every year Lot of research is going on to ascertain the.

Bhagamandala

Bhagamandala is on the banks of the confluence of three rivers, Cauvery, Kannike and the sub terrain Sujyoti, popularly known as "Triveni Sangama". The famous Sri Bhagandeswara temple is located here. A large number of tourists visit Bhagamandala from all over India.

Omkareshwara Temple

It is located in the heart of Madikeri town. The Omkareshwara Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva was built in 1820 by Lingarajendra Wodeyar II to ward off evil caused by Brahma Rakshasha. A huge tank in front of the temple is an attractive feature of the complex. The main temple structure is unique as it is a blend of Gothic and Islamic architectural styles. Just like a dargah, this temple has four minarets and a dome in the centre with a Shivling installed at the entrance, where the Shivling is reported to be brought from Kashi.

Chelvare Falls

Chelvara Falls is near Cheyyandane which is around 60 kms.Chelavara Falls is also called as Embepare by the locals meaning Tortoise Rock. The water fall is really a wonder full view as the water gushes from the top amidst thegreen coffee plantation.