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In this chapter, the author describes the beauty of Coorg , the smallest district of Karnataka, situated in the lap of nature. This coastal region in endowed with rich wildlife and thick forest cover. The best time to visit this place is from September to March. It is also renowned for its spices and coffee.
The culture of the inhabitants is a mixture of Greek or Arab origin and its customs belong to the martial tradition that is distinct from the Hindu mainstream. The Coorgi homes are hospitable to their visitors and the people are known for their courage and martial skills. In fact, the first Chief of the Indian Army, General Cariappa was also from this district.
Coorg is well irrigated by the Kaveri River and a large fresh water fish-Mahaseer is also found here. It has several tourist sports such as river rafting, rock climbing, rappelling and trekking for the recreation of the tourists. The Brahmagiri hills present a spectacular view of the landscape. A rope bridge leads to the island of Nisargadhama, run by the Buddhist monks from Tibet. A visit to this place can be an adventurous and rejuvenating experience.