Mangalore to Coorg Cab

140 km

via Mangalore - Mysore Hwy
via Mangalore - Mysore Hwy
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Mangalore (Mangalore Coorg)
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Coorg (Mangalore Coorg)
Coorg (Mangalore Coorg)
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About Mangalore

Mangalore (Mangaluru) is a city in the state of Karnataka and is a major port in India. This city is also a major commercial center and is well-known for the popular bronze statues that are available across the city. Mangalore is a beautiful city that has some amazing beaches you can check out. If you are planning a visit to Mangalore then you must visit the Kadri Manjunath Temple which is famous for the bronze statues. The Mangaladevi temple is also a popular site here which was constructed around the 9th century. Mangalore also has some beautiful churches which include the St. Aloysius Chapel and Church of Our Lady of Miracles. If you want to head out to the beach then the Tannirbhavi Beach is a must-visit a beach in Mangalore. Car hires in Mangalore with driver and avoids all the hassles. Choose from an extensive fleet of clean & well-maintained cars. If you have some extra time in hand then you can always club your visit to Mangalore with Coorg which is about 3 hours and while there are various ways to get to Coorg from Mangalore, it’s more convenient to rent a cab to visit Coorg. Meru offers 24/7 Mangalore taxi service at cheap rates, reliable, easy to book car booking for outstation.

About Coorg

Coorg (Kodagu), which is now known as Kodagu is a small district in Karnataka is beautiful and known to attract a lot of tourists because there are a number of places to visit in Coorg. Mangalore To Coorg taxi with Driver: Meru is the best online car rental portal where you can book SUVs, Luxury, and Sedan on rent. If you want to witness the true beauty of Karnataka, then it’s best to take a trip to Coorg to learn more about the culture and rich history of this state. When in Coorg you can visit the Madikeri Fort which is a popular tourist spot. This fort is famous for the 2 life-sized elephant statues which are placed at the entrance of the fort. You can also check out the Gothic style church which also has a museum. You can also take a trip to the coffee plantations and check out Abbey Falls which meets the river Kaveri at the bottom. If you want to check out the waterfalls then you have to plan a trip here during the monsoons with a private one-way cab. You can also visit Nisargadhama which is an island that has some fun activities such as elephant rides and boating. You can also spot deer and peacocks here. The nearest airport to Coorg is the Mangalore International Airport, which lies at a distance of 165 km from Coorg. Rent a Mangalore to Coorg cab outstation, ride with the most trusted taxi service across India, with 90%+ satisfied customers.

How the roadmap by cab would look like between Mangalore to Coorg?

The route between Mangalore by cab to Coorg is amazing. You can complete the journey through cab booking services in just over three and half hours. First you need to take the Bajpe Main road. Then move to the National Highway 66. From there you need to take the National Highway 275 till you reach the Madikeri Napoklu road. Once you reach the Madikeri Napoklu road, you then need to take the Madikeri Bhagamandala road till you reach your destination.

What is the best time to visit?

The best time to visit Coorg is between the months of October to March. The climate is cool and you will be able to travel more comfortably around this district without any problems. It's best to avoid Coorg during the monsoon because this place receives heavy rainfall, however, if you want to check out this place for the waterfalls then the monsoon is the best time to get here. Summers in Coorg could get harsh and if you want to enjoy a trip here during the months of March to June then make sure you carry sunscreen and wear light clothes to keep cool. Traveling in an air-conditioned cab can make your trip more comfortable.

Alternate routes to Coorg from Mangalore

While the most common route is via National Highway 275, you can also take the route via National Highway 66 and National Highway 275. This route is slightly longer than the previous route. You can choose this route if you have a little time in hand and want to stop at a few places before you get to Coorg. Both routes are something that you will be able to enjoy with your family. This is one route that makes it as exciting as the destination.

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