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Mysore to Coorg Bus Timings and Fares
Bus From Mysore to Coorg
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Mysore a popular tourist destination of Karnataka is an amazing city with varied distinctions. It is the second largest city of Karnataka along with being its cultural capital. Mysore was also the erstwhile capital of the Wodeyar and numerous historical monuments stand as testimony to the region’s glorious past. Swarms of tourists throng to the region throughout the year, but Mysore is especially beautiful during Dussehra, which is the state festival of Karnataka. Some of the popular tourist destinations of Karnataka include the Mysore Palace, St.Philomena’s Church, Brindavan Gardens, Chamundi Hills and much more. Various wooden handicrafts are something that tourists can take home as souvenir.
Coorg is also known as Kodagu. Located beautifully in Karnataka, this place has attracted many tourists over the years. It has the famous Mysore district lying to its East. Coorg enjoys the status of being one of the top most and also the best among the hill stations in the whole country. You have lots to describe about the specialty of the place for its scenic beauty is really appreciable. There are temples, man-made islands and a stunning picnic spots by the famous and the celebrated river Kaveri.