SilverOaks Coorg|Resort Accomodation|Coorg Lodging

Beauty, Serenity, Ambience, peace, love, hospitality, comfort, joy, happiness, heavenly, beautiful, nn what not.... We are beyond words to describe the wonderful stay @ "SILVER OAK". U ROCK!

Shama Ponnappan, Bangalore


Life is full of moments, happy -sad-neutral. Some incidents are rememberable, frankly brain doese'nt have capacity to hold every moment we live. The time we spent in "The Silver Oak" is certainly something which i will cherish for ever.

Tara Gopal Chattopadhyay, IBM


Homestays in Coorg - Accomodation

Silveroak Resort in Coorg currently Offers the luxury home Accommodation, The facilities include fireplace inside each cottage, TV,DVD Player, Portico for the beautiful nature view besides all the facilities that you can expect like a swimming pool, library, and souvenir shop.


Tent Stay is also available for the people who would like to take the experience to the different level.


However what makes Silveroak Stay Homes in Coorg unique is that it serves the true experience of being in nature and warm hospitality of the Kodava family which runs the Silveroak Resort. Silveroak Resort has blend a lot of Kodava (Coorgi) traditions and thus a stay at silveroak Resort along with Coorg family is not just a relaxed holiday but an experience to cherish with. You can check out for all packages we provide and the features included with it.

Tourist Places around SilverOak Resorts Coorg


Madikeri:

The capital of Coorg, Madikeri is often known as the Scotland of India. It has attracted millions of travelers with its misty hills, lush forests, coffee plantations and breath taking views. Madikeri is also known for its lovely climate.The Raja seat or Kings Chair is located at the heart of the Madikeri or Mercara is a favorite spot of the kings from where one can see the sweep of the mist-covered blue hills and valleys with green fields. The Madikeri king used to sit here every evening enjoying the sunset and beauty of Coorg. Today this place developed with Public garden and beautiful dancing Fountain.


Nagarahole National wild life Sanctuary Coorg:

Though the name literally means Snake River in the state language Kannada, this place is house for the King Cobra. Nagarahole is one of the best game sanctuaries in India, providing natural living conditions to several wild animals like elephants, tigers, panthers, rhinos and wild elephants. Large population of Flora and fauna can be fond in Nagarahole which covers the area of about 643 Sq Kms This place is pleasantly cool round the year makes it a great place to relax. Jungle safaris are available as elephant rides.


Irpu Falls Coorg:

This falls situated inside the Bhrahmagiri wild life sanctuary. The falls is about 58 feet high, by the river called Lakshman Thirtha. Below the falls is the Ram Thirtha Temple. Lakshman Thirtha flows and joins Cauvery River in Mysore. This wild life sanctuary is home for the world’s most beautiful butterflies and unique Peacocks. With prior permission from the Forest authorities one can trek through the Irpu falls to the beautiful hills which not an easy job for the ordinary trekker.


Abbi Falls Coorg:

Abbey falls is located 7 km from the town of Madikeri and 270 km from Bangalore. The water is falls from the height of about 70 feet in between the huge mountain rocks is remarkable and striking a sight as you would see anywhere. The narrow road to Abbi Falls is a combination of steep ups and downs, twists and turns, wriggling through the green and dense foliage of surrounding coffee plantations. Situated on private property, a narrow pathway leads you downward to where the waterfall can be seen. This falls is also called Jessy falls in the memory of Madikeri’s first British Chaplin. Splashing hard against the huge boulders of rock, the water drops at enormous speed accompanied by gushing sounds. This white wall of water creates a misty cloud with its moisture-like spray feels like being in Heaven.

Other Tourist Attractions:

Nisrgadhma, Bhagamndala and Tala-Cauvey, Somavarpet, Kakkabe, Pushpagiri Hills, Omkareshwara Temple, Harangi Dam, Golden Temple, Dubare Forest, Thadiyandamol Hills