Homestay in Coorg closer to nature

Homestay in Coorg is a wonderful option of staying in this very famously called “Scotland of India”. Coorg is located amid lush coffee plantations which not only offer a scenic view but are a respite from the hustle bustle of the hectic life people are living in metros. Their tough routine tougher deadlines and their race to live up to the luxuries of big city are enough to make them look for such places which are closer to nature. Homestay in Coorg are well managed, and moreover they offer many customized packages which can be tailored to suit the requirements for that of a family or a newlywed. The concept of Home stay is very different from that of a regular guest house or a hotel which can be found in any part of the world. These are the homes of people who have let out their rooms for the tourist. They treat the tourist as their guest, serve them home cooked food and try to give them the same warmth as they would have given to their own guests. A stay in Homestay at Coorg makes you feel that apart from the numerous things to visit in Coorg such as Madikere, Nagarhole National Park, the very popular Abbey Falls the stay itself proves to be something memorable.

Most of the Homestay in Coorg are centered around the major sites of attraction such as the waterfalls, coffee and spice plantations. However tourists mainly go for those which are located amidst the vast coffee plantations because they offer a splendid view right from the room balcony. Tourists find great food options in Coorg as it is quite a popular hill station in the southern belt of the country. Most of the South Indian cuisine is easily valiable apart from those visitors can even enjoy the home cooked food if they are staying in a home stay.

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