Wildlife Tours in Coorg

Coorg is a natural paradise with a wealth of dense forests, misty valleys, mountains rising high into the sky and streams that wind through grasslands carpeted in greenery. It’s no surprise that the ‘Scotland of India’ is home to a delightful variety of wildlife that gambol along its emerald paths. For wildlife enthusiasts, the wildlife tours in Coorg will take you on an exciting journey into the rich fauna of the region.

Wildlife tours in Coorg are well-known for some of the rare wildlife habitats that can be found in the forest reserves. Sloth bears, elephants, gaurs, wild cats, tigers, sambars, spotted deer, lion-tailed macaques, Nilgiri langurs, barking deer, Malabar giant squirrels, and porcupines are some of the species that can be spotted during a jungle safari in the Coorg sanctuaries.

The Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, which includes the Brahmagiri Sanctuary and the Nagarhole Parks, is Karnataka's largest biosphere center. Wildlife tours in Coorg are not only enjoyable but it's also a thrilling adventure for nature lovers, photographers, and people who enjoy spotting the indigenous animals that make Kodagu their home.

Read Less

Stories that you should not miss

Exploring the Dark Sky Parks and Reserves in India
Exploring the Dark Sky Parks and Reserves in India
The Ultimate Guide to Kali Tiger Reserve - Explore Best Safari and Adventure Activities
The Ultimate Guide to Kali Tiger Reserve - Explore Best Safari and Adventure Activities
The Ultimate Guide to BR Hills  - Kyathadevarayana Gudi
The Ultimate Guide to BR Hills - Kyathadevarayana Gudi
The Ultimate Guide to Bhadra Tiger Reserve | Jungle Lodges & Resorts
The Ultimate Guide to Bhadra Tiger Reserve | Jungle Lodges & Resorts
Ultimate Guide to Wildlife Jungle Stays in Karnataka - Explore wildlife beyond big cats
Ultimate Guide to Wildlife Jungle Stays in Karnataka - Explore wildlife beyond big cats
Ultimate Guide to Jungle Lodges in Karnataka - Top Jungle Stays with Safari
Ultimate Guide to Jungle Lodges in Karnataka - Top Jungle Stays with Safari
img