Bangalore to Coorg Road Trip : The Perfect Itinerary for 2024

Last Updated on May 9, 2024

My journeys to Coorg have been nothing short of magical. Having visited this enchanting district in Karnataka thrice on weekend trips from Bangalore, I've been captivated by its verdant landscapes.

Coorg, with its rich history and breathtaking views, is a destination where a weekend trip merely scratches the surface. So here is a 5-day Bangalore to Coorg road trip plan for a wholesome experience this season.

I have crafted this itinerary for those who love long drives, so most of my post will focus on the 5-day plan for Bangalore to Coorg road trip by car. However, I have also included a 2-days itinerary for Coorg in the end, for those who want to make the most of their weekend getaway from Bangalore.

Coorg is the most beautiful district in Karnataka (a state in India) dotted with waterfalls, rivulets, coffee groves and greenery all around. IT is also a historic site famous for the Kodagu war clan. Check out the best road trip plan for Coorg from Bangalore

Coorg – A Short Background For The Unintroduced


Coorg, known as Kodagu, is a district in Karnataka, India, famed for its verdant landscapes and cultural richness. It covers approximately 4,102 square kilometers in the Western Ghats, known for its rolling hills, coffee plantations, and dense forests.

Historically, Coorg has been ruled by various dynasties, and the Kodavas, the native warrior community, are central to its cultural identity. Uniquely, Kodavas are allowed to carry firearms without a license, a privilege granted by the British due to their martial history.

The introduction of coffee and tea plantations during British rule has significantly shaped Coorg's economy and landscape. Today, it stands as a major tourism destination, drawing visitors for its natural beauty, adventure sports, and unique culture.

The district's cuisine, characterized by pork dishes and rice-based specialties, and festivals like Kailpodh and Puttari, reflect its rich cultural tapestry.

Coorg also plays a crucial role in environmental conservation as part of the biodiversity-rich Western Ghats, making it a hotspot for ecological and wildlife enthusiasts.

Bangalore To Coorg Itinerary

This trip from Bangalore to Coorg by car is a journey of discovery. We'll make stops at Kushalnagara and Nisargadhama before delving into the heart of Coorg. Our itinerary includes Chiklihole, Madikeri, Virajpet, and Talacauvery, complemented by adventures like jeep rides, trekking, and the highlight – river rafting. Let's delve into the plan:

Day 1: Bangalore to Coorg Drive via NH 275

  • Depart early from Bangalore at 6 am.
  • Breakfast stop at Srirangapatna.
  • Visit Namdroling Monastery in Kushalnagar.
  • Explore Nisargadhama riverine island.
  • Reach Madikeri after an optional stop at Chiklihole Reservoir
Google map snippet showing route form bangalore to Coorg via NH275

Day 2: Sightseeing around Madikeri

  • Journey to Abbey Falls.
  • Trek or jeep safari to Mandalpatti.
  • Late lunch back in Madikeri.
  • Evening visit to Omkareshwara Temple and Raja’s Seat.

Or, book a 2-hour guided walking tour of Madikeri with a local expert after the jeep safari to Mandalpatti.

Bangalore to Coorg Road Trip day 2 plan

Day 3: River Rafting Adventure

  • Drive to Barapole for rafting.
  • Post-adventure lunch nearby.
  • Visit Chelvara Falls
  • Shift to your hotel in Virajpet.

Note, Barapole river rafting is a seasonal activity open only between June and September.

Alternately, explore more of Madikeri and visit Iruppu Falls

Day 3: Coorg Roadtrip plan showing the route from madikeri to Coorg river rafting center to Virajpet

Day 4: Virajpet and Talacauvery

  • 45-minute drive to Tadiadmol foothills, and a short trek to the peak
  • Then drive to Talacauvery
  • Enjoy the riverside
  • Return drive to Virajpet or stay at Talacauvery

Virajpet to Tadiadmol trekking spot and from there to Talakaveri - route on google maps

Day 5: Return to Bangalore via Nagarhole National Park

  • Start at Harangi Dam, then head back to Bangalore via Nagarhole National Park.
  • Alternatively drive through Somwarpet this uncovering a different route from Coorg to Bangalore
Driving Map: Virajpet to Banaglore via Harangi Dam and Nagarhole

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Where To Stay In Coorg?


This red colored building is a quaint little homestay with a pool in a coffee estate in Coorg. We stayed here on our Bangalore to Coorg road trip

In Coorg, accommodation options are as varied as the landscape, offering something for every traveler. For a 5-day road trip plan I ideally recommend staying in Madikeri for two nights and Virajpet for two nights.

Madikeri, the district's heart, is the most popular choice, known for its range of stays from luxurious resorts to cozy homestays, catering to diverse budgets and preferences. Here, you can find heritage bungalows and modern hotels, many offering stunning views of the lush hills and plantations.

#Top Picks

🌟Zostel Coorg – Located 8km from Madikeri Fort, this beautiful property costs about Rs. 3500 per night for an entire villa for two people.

🌟Serene Woods – Located 1.8km from Madikeri Fort, right in the middle of a coffee estate, this place is worth your money. It's in the mid-budget at around Rs. 6000/- per night. Best part is you get to explore the coffee garden within the premises.

🌟Taj Madikeri – The 5-star luxury resort is the best property in Coorg for those ready to pay a premium for first class amenities and dream-like views.

Virajpet, slightly offbeat and less crowded, is perfect for those seeking tranquility. It hosts a mix of upscale resorts and quaint cottages, ideal for a peaceful retreat amidst nature. For a more immersive experience, consider staying in plantation bungalows or eco-friendly lodges located in the midst of coffee estates, especially in areas like Siddapur and Kushalnagar.

Top Picks

That's me in my light-colored summer dress and slippers in Club Mahindra Virajpet resort.

🌟Club Mahindra Virajpet : This is where I stayed on my road trip and it is my top recommendation for Virajpet. From morning walks in the coffee estate, to the relaxing in the swimming pool in the evening, I enjoyed every bit of it. I stayed in a cottage with two rooms that accommodated for and had a well-equipped kitchenette.

Best Coorg Tours

While my guide will help you explore Coorg on your own, an organized tour with a guide certainly enhances the experience. You will get to know the background and significance of each place beyond the natural beauty. Here are the best Coorg tours I recommend.

Top Picks

🌟A guided walking tour of heritage trails in Coorg with a local. You can take this on day 2 in Madikeri after a trip to Abbey falls and Mandalpatti.

🌟Experience the culinary delights of Coorg in this guided food crawl in Madikeri

🌟Book a guided day trip to Talacauvery from Coorg. This is the source of the river Cauvery, one of the longest rivers in south India that is the lifeline to many in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.

Coorg Road Trip Plan in Details

Now let's dive into this 5-day road trip from Bangalore and see what it holds for us.

Also check out the complete and compact road trip packing list for a hassle-free road trip from Bangalore.

Day 1: Bangalore to Coorg By Road via NH 275

winding roads we encountered in our Bangalore to Coorg road trip

NH 275 offer the shortest route to Coorg with filled with scenic views, smooth roads, and a taste of Karnataka's rich cultural tapestry. The route, stretching approximately 250 kilometers, takes 5 to 6 hours depending on traffic and stops.

Start your journey early (say 6 am – 6:30 am) from Bangalore to make the most of the day and avoid the city's morning traffic. The early hours also offer a cooler and more pleasant driving experience. Navigate towards Mysuru Road.

After about 10 km you enter NH 275 one of the best national highways in the state. You will need to pay toll tax at different points on this road. We always use FASTtag for paying tolls faster and more conveniently.

Breakfast at Srirangapatna

Traditional South Indian breakfast - two white idlis with chutney and sambhar served on a banana leaf

After about a 2-hour drive covering nearly 125 kilometers, you'll reach Srirangapatna, a historic town with a rich heritage. A recommended stop for breakfast is at Saravana Bhavan, where you can indulge in a delicious South Indian breakfast, reenergizing for the journey ahead.

On a longer road trip, you can actually spend more time here, but in this plan I suggest to just stop for breakfast and enjoy the views while driving

Visit Namdroling Monastery in Bylakuppe

Glittering Golden statues of Buddha in the Namdroling Monastery of Bylakuppe
Buddha Idol in Namdroling Monastery (C) backpacknxplore

From Srirangapatna, continue your drive for about an hour and a half, covering around 88 kilometers to reach Bylakuppe. This land was given to the Tibetan monks who sought refuge in India during the 1960s. There are many monasteries here, of which Namdroling, also known as the Golden Temple is the largest.

The Namdroling Monastery, a major attraction here, is known for its magnificent Tibetan architecture and serene ambiance. Spending an hour or two here is enough to explore the monastery, soak in the peaceful vibes, and learn about Tibetan Buddhist culture.

On a usual weekend, you can also take a trip to just Bylakuppe for an immersive experience of the Tibetan settlements in India.

Explore Nisargadhama Riverine Island

River glittering under the sunrays peeking through the thick canopies in Nisargadhama
River glittering under the sunrays peeking through the thick canopies in Nisargadhama- CC. Pixabay

A short 3-kilometer drive from here will bring you to the enchanting Nisargadhama riverine island around midday. This ecological park, nestled on the banks of the Cauvery River, is an ideal spot for a leisurely walk amidst bamboo groves, teak, and sandalwood trees.

You can also visit the Nisargadhama bird park here.

Detour to Chiklihole Reservoir

Water jetting out of the Chiklihole Reservoir in Coorg and tourists climbing down the stairs after watching the beauty of the surroundings.
Chiklihole Dam

Next, head towards the Chiklihole reservoir, a lesser-known yet serene spot perfect for nature lovers. This tranquil location is about 15 kilometers from Nisargadhama and offers a picturesque setting for a short break.

Conclude at Your Hotel in Madikeri

Finally, a drive of approximately 20 kilometers from Chiklihole will lead you to Madikeri, the heart of Coorg. By late afternoon or early evening, you should reach your hotel. Madikeri offers a range of accommodation options, from luxurious resorts to cozy homestays.

This is the time to unwind and relax, soaking in the cool, refreshing air of Coorg, and preparing for the adventures that await in the coming days.

This first day of the Bangalore to Coorg road trip via NH 275 combines a mix of travel, culture, and natural beauty, setting the tone for an unforgettable journey through one of Karnataka’s most cherished destinations.

Day 2: Sightseeing Around Madikeri

After an invigorating first day and a restful night in Madikeri, the second day of your journey is dedicated to exploring the wonders around this charming town. Starting your day with breakfast, aim to begin your sightseeing around 9 am to make the most of the daylight.

The majestic Waterfall called abbey Falls at Coorg. This is the highlight of Bangalore to Coorg road trip
The Majestic Abbey Falls at Coorg

Journey to Abbey Falls

  • Distance and Time: Abbey Falls is located just 8 kilometers from Madikeri, making it a short and scenic drive of about 20 minutes.
  • Timing and Duration: The best time to visit is in the morning when it's less crowded. The falls are open from 9 am to 5 pm, and there's a nominal entry fee of around INR 20 per person. An hour here should suffice to enjoy the beauty of the falls and capture some great photos.

Trek or Jeep Safari to Mandalpatti

A group if girls travelling to Mandapatti - the famous site near Madikeri for breathtaking views

Post Abbey Falls, head towards Mandalpatti, about 18 kilometers from Madikeri. It's advisable to hire a jeep as the road can be rough and challenging for regular vehicles.

The journey to Mandalpatti offers breathtaking views of the Western Ghats. At the viewpoint, you're greeted with a panoramic view of the lush green landscapes, making it a perfect spot for nature lovers and photographers.

Timing and Cost: The jeep safari can be arranged at the base of Mandalpatti, costing around INR 1500 – 2000 per jeep, accommodating up to 5-6 people. The safari usually takes around 3 hours, including the time spent at the viewpoint.

Alternative to Mandalpatti: Since a trek to Tadiadmol is already in the plan you can skip Mandalpatti if you want to. If you missed visiting Chiklihole Reservoir on Day 1, you could opt for a tour here instead of Mandalpatti. It’s a peaceful spot, ideal for relaxation and nature walks.

Late Lunch Back in Madikeri

After returning from your morning adventures, aim for a late lunch in Madikeri around 2 or 3 pm. The town offers various dining options, from traditional Kodava cuisine to popular Indian dishes.

Evening At Madikeri

You can explore the city center of Madikeri after lunch. Walk to the Omkareshwara Temple – the most famous place of worship in Coorg. There is a small pond surrounded by a well-maintained garden inside the premises.

Then, proceed to Raja’s Seat, a mere kilometer from the temple. This is a landscaped park at the hilltop.

The best time to visit is during sunset, around 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm, offering spectacular views of the sun setting over the hills. The entry fee is nominal, around INR 5 per person, and there's an additional charge if you wish to take the toy train ride in the garden.

You can also enjoy the musical fountain here after the sunset. This is a great place to visit with children.

This day combines the thrill of exploring natural wonders with the tranquility of historic sites, all within close proximity to Madikeri. It's a day that captures the essence of Coorg, with its blend of adventure, serenity, and scenic beauty.

Day 3: River Rafting Adventure

Often skipped in the Coorg itineraries, Barapole river rafting was in fact the hghlight of my first trip to Coorg way back in 2015. It was a budget trip with friends, and we stayed in an eco-homestay at a hilltop, reached by a somewhat daunting jeep ride in the dark.

The trip was filled with firsts – from rafting in the vigorous Barapole river to trekking and visiting Namdroling Monastery. The moments of watching the sunrise over the hills, living in a small room with least amenities and the camaraderie around a bonfire at night added to the essence of adventure and camaraderie that Coorg embodies.

Day 3 promises an adrenaline rush with a river rafting adventure at Barapole, followed by a visit to the serene Iruppu Falls, and a relaxing evening as you shift to your hotel in Virajpet.

Barapole River Rafting experience

A group of four girls ready to embark on the river rafting adventure in Coorg
That's my sister with her group of girls – much better photos than we managed

Try to check out of your hotel as early as possible today, preferably by 10 am. Then drive to the Barapole River Rafting Center in Srimangala, about 80 kilometers from Madikeri. This 2-hour drive takes you through beautiful landscapes, setting the tone for an adventurous day.

Rishikesh comes to mind whenever we speak of whitewater rafting in India. However, this is also a very well established rafting center.

The Barapole river is famous for its exhilarating rapids, suitable for both beginners and experienced rafters. Rafting here usually starts from 7 am to 4pm in batches of 1 to 1.5 hours. Add to that the time of transport from end point to the start point, and additional activities, you can reserve 3 hours for this activity.

It costs approximately INR 1,000 to INR 1,500 per person. Under expert guidance, this experience is both thrilling and safe.

They provide safety jackets and helmets to everyone and give you instructions needed for the adventure. All seven of us embarked on this adventure on a single raft with our guide doing most of the heavy-lifting when it came to rowing in the water.

Beware, they might push you into the water at a safe location but tell them not to do such things in the very beginning. This just adds to the thrill, and I haven't heard of anyone getting hurt in this, but I still, they shouldn't do it if you tell them not to.

At an extra cost they will also get you a nose-dive into the waterfall at Barapole by pulling the boat upwards against the direction of the falls. Yeah, and only one person does it, speak of “Bahubali” for real!

A group of five girls and two boys along with the trainer ready to go for the river rafting adventure in Coorg
We did all of that but here's the only picture we had to show off

Lunch Post Rafting

After your rafting adventure, indulge in some local flavors at a nearby eatery. The area offers a variety of dining options where you can enjoy authentic Kodava cuisine.

Alternate Route for the Day

Whitewater rafting is a seasonal activity best enjoyed in the months of monsoon due to high water-level. The activity remains closed for 8 months a year and active only between June to September. In fact, most online bookings are open from July, so please verify ahead at your hotel or tourist center if you are visiting in June.

So if you are travelling on any other time you need to have an alternate plan.

Explore more of Madikeri

If you are not planning Barapole river rafting, then I recommend keeping aside some time today for visit to the Omkareshwara temple, instead of squeezing it on day 2.

After this you can visit the General Thimayya Memorial museum and then the Golf park of Madikeri.

Drive to Iruppu Falls

Iruppu Falls, also known as Lakshmana Tirtha Falls, is a stunning cascade located in the Kodagu district of Karnataka. It holds both natural and mythological significance, making it a popular spot for both tourists and pilgrims.

The falls are a sight to behold, especially during the monsoon when they are at their fullest. The entry fee is around INR 50 per person, and the area is typically open from 8 am to 5 pm. The walk to the falls takes you through a forested path, offering a refreshing encounter with nature.

This place isn't just a visual treat; it's steeped in intriguing trivia that adds to its allure.

When you delve into the legends surrounding these falls, you discover their connection to the epic Ramayana. It's believed that Lakshmana, Lord Rama's brother, shot an arrow into the Brahmagiri hills to bring forth water to quench Rama's thirst. This act created the Lakshmana Tirtha River, which cascades down as the Iruppu Falls.

As you stand before the falls, you're not just witnessing a natural wonder but a site of mythological significance.

Drive to Virajpet with a stop at Chelvara Falls

A group of three girls posing infront of the majestic Chelvara Falls pouring at its full force in the monsoon

After the Barapole river rafting or the alternate itinerary, now it's time to head to Virajpet before the sun sets. The scenic route to Virajpet is through the Bramhagiri eco zone, so it makes most sense to try and reach Virajpet before the evening.

Chelvara falls in Virajpet is a great spot to pause and enjoy at involving a hike that takes hardly 30 minutes or less.

After this you can retire at your hotel at Virajpet.

Day 4: Tadiadmol Trek and Long drive to Talacauvery

Trek to Tadiadmol Betta

People walking to the top of the Tadiadmol Peak, it seems as if they can touch the clouds from here

Tadiadmol Betta is the highest peak in the entire Kodagu district (Coorg). The entry to the trek opens as early at 7 am, so the earlier you reach the better. The trek from base camp takes 5 hours round trip. However, you can hire a jeep to take you near the peak as well.

Wear good running shoes and carry two bottles of water in your backpack. You may carry some snacks too as it's an offbeat spot not studded with shops. And that's the best thing about it.

Reaching the summit, you'll be treated to a 360-degree vista that captures the essence of Coorg's natural beauty.

If you want to do the longer trek through coffee groves, verdant vistas dotted streams and waterfalls, check out the details here.

Drive to Talacauvery – The Source of Cauvery

Gorgeous views from Talacauvery or Talakaveri - the starting point of the river Kaveri in Coorg
Gorgeous views from Talacauvery or Talakaveri

Talacauvery is the source of river Cauvery – the largest river in Karnataka. This river is a main source of water not just for Karnataka but also Tamil Nadu. This place is therefore of great significance and is a revered pilgrimage site too.

The route from Tadiadmol base to Talacavery takes 1.5 hours. You can stop at several viewpoints for the gorgeous views of the river and the valley.

The route winds through lush landscapes and coffee plantations, offering captivating views along the way. Reaching Talacauvery by mid-morning gives you ample time to explore. This pilgrimage site is also a place of natural beauty, surrounded by hills and dense forests.

On your way to Talacauvery you can stop at Triveni Sangmam, the spot where three tributaries of river Cauvery meet.

If you don't have your personal car on this trip you can book a guided trip to Talacauvery on this day.

Drive Back to Virajpet

After spending time at Talacauvery, begin your drive back to Virajpet in the evening. The return journey is equally scenic, offering more opportunities to enjoy Coorg's mesmerizing landscape. Arriving back in Virajpet by late afternoon or early evening, you'll have time to relax and perhaps explore the town a bit more. Virajpet's laid-back charm makes it a lovely place to unwind after a day of exploration.

Two girls at Virapet town market with the clock tower at the backdrop.

Day 4 is a mix of spiritual exploration and natural wonder. The journey to and from Talacauvery is as beautiful as the destination itself, filled with picturesque views and serene spots, making it a perfect day for introspection and relaxation in the heart of Coorg.

Day 5: Coorg to Bangalore via Nagarhole National Park

Drive to Harangi Dam

Girl at the Harangi dam watching the rising water levels against the clouded sky

Your final day in Coorg starts with a visit to the Harangi Dam, an impressive structure located near Kushalnagar, around 30 kilometers from Virajpet.

The drive takes approximately 45 minutes to an hour. The dam, set against a backdrop of lush greenery, offers a picturesque and peaceful environment.

It's a great spot to enjoy the tranquility of nature and reflect on your journey. The best time to visit is in the morning, when the surroundings are quiet and the water is calm.

Depart for Bangalore via Nagarhole National Park

A bunch of spotted Indian deer in the Indian jungles

After spending some time at Harangi Dam, prepare for your journey back to Bangalore. But before that, a drive through Nagarhole National Park adds a final adventure to your trip. The national park, about 60 kilometers from Harangi Dam, is a sanctuary for wildlife enthusiasts. The drive through the park is a unique experience, offering chances to spot various wildlife species in their natural habitat.

Nagarhole National Park is known for its rich biodiversity, including tigers, leopards, elephants, and a variety of birds. The drive through the park is serene and refreshing, allowing you to immerse yourself in the beauty of the Western Ghats one last time before heading back to the urban landscape.

The drive from Nagarhole to Bangalore covers approximately 220 kilometers and takes about 5 to 6 hours. This route lets you savor the lush landscapes of Karnataka, making the transition from the tranquility of Coorg to the bustling energy of Bangalore.

Day 5 is a blend of serene beauty and wildlife adventure. Visiting Harangi Dam and driving through Nagarhole National Park provide a fitting and memorable conclusion to your Coorg road trip, leaving you with a treasure trove of experiences and memories as you head back to Bangalore.

Alternate Plans: 2-Days Itinerary for Coorg

If you're planning a shorter trip from Bangalore to Coorg, here's a condensed itinerary that packs in adventure, culture, and natural beauty, tailored for a 2 to 3-day excursion.

If it's your first time in south India, then you can book this organized tour of Bangalore to Coorg road trip in 3 days by Discover Activities.

Day 1: Exploring Coorg's Cultural and Natural Wonders

  • Drive to Golden Monastery: Begin your journey with a visit to the Namdroling Monastery, also known as the Golden Monastery. This Tibetan Buddhist monastery is a peaceful retreat and a stunning example of Tibetan architecture.
  • Dubbare Elephant Camp or Nisargadhama: Next, choose between Dubbare Elephant Camp, which is particularly enjoyable for children with its elephant interactions, or Nisargadhama, a serene riverine island offering a more tranquil experience.
  • Reach Madikeri: In Madikeri, explore historical sites like the Madikeri Fort, Raja's Tomb, and unwind at Raja’s Seat with its panoramic views, especially enchanting at sunset.

Day 2: Discovering Coorg's Natural Splendors

A small water body inside a jungle reflecting the greenery around
  • Drive to Abbey Falls: Start your second day with a visit to Abbey Falls, a spectacular waterfall amidst lush coffee estates.
  • Jeep Safari to Mandalpatti: Book a jeep safari to Mandalpatti for breathtaking views of the Western Ghats. This off-road adventure is both thrilling and scenic.
  • Return via Omkareshwara Temple: On your way back to Madikeri, stop at the Omkareshwara Temple, a unique blend of Islamic and Gothic architecture.

Day 3: Return to Bangalore with a Scenic Detour

  • Visit Harangi Dam: En route back to Bangalore, make a stop at Harangi Dam for a peaceful break amidst nature.
  • Drive through Nagarhole National Park: Take a detour through Nagarhole National Park, a wildlife haven offering a chance to spot various animals and birds in their natural habitat.

If you're pressed for time and planning a 2-day trip, you can adapt the itinerary by skipping the second day's plan. While the 2-day Coorg itinerary is fulfilling, it certainly leaves more to be explored on future visits.

This alternate itinerary for a Bangalore to Coorg road-trip ensures that even in a limited time, you experience the essence of Coorg, from its cultural landmarks to natural wonders, making every moment of your journey memorable.

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9 Comments

  1. MicheleinPlaya says:

    Such beautiful countryside! Thank you for sharing!

  2. I’ve never heard of this place before reading your article! This sounds like an underrated place to explore. Saving this for a future trip!

  3. The countryside at Coorg is beautiful. I love road tripping and waterfalls, so this trip would be perfect.

    1. Sinjana Ghosh says:

      Thanks Cosette. I’m sure you’ll love the road trip

  4. What a hidden gem, never heard of this before! The waterfalls and hills look so beautiful!

    1. Sinjana Ghosh says:

      Thanks a lot Gabi

  5. I have never heard of Coorg before. You covered a lot on this road trip in 5 days! Thanks for sharing your trip! Tadiadmol Betta looks amazing with the fog.

    1. Sinjana Ghosh says:

      Thanks for reading Sierra. Come back for more

  6. Prior to reading your post I wasn’t privy to travel in Bangalore or Coorg. This is a great itinerary filled with a plethora of activities for both tranquility and adventure. I’d love to try Barapole River Rafting or even taking a trip to Iruppu Falls.

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