Snuggled in the western ghats, Coorg, an anglicised name for Kodagu, is a district of the state of Karnataka. As a historic town, Coorg was the abode of warriors, the spirit of whom is still seen in their favoritism toward adventure sports and alcohol. It is an epicurean haven and a cozy destination with hills, plantations, a famous river, wildlife and coffee. A whiff of mystery surrounds the origin of the natives, Kodavas. Their aura is rather exotic with agriculture, wealth and success in the blood. The region is also referred as 'Scotland of India'. The scenic hills of Coorg, or as the locals call it, Kodagu, welcome the adventurous with open arms. A paradise for foodies, nature lovers, history enthusiasts and most of all adrenaline romancers, Coorg ensures a fun filled journey for everyone. Rightly called the "Scotland of India" it is one of the most picturesque districts in South India and well-known for its coffee plantations, lush green forests, and for being the birthplace of the Cauvery river and the Kodava people. There are numerous homestays and luxury resorts in Coorg to cater to different travelers.