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Coorg. Known throughout the world as the 'Coffee Cup of India,' it is a perfect home away from home for the discerning traveller. A lush plantation paradise punctuated by pristine forests, this land has a unique charm that has not been spoilt by man's intrusive hand. Fresh air, captivating sounds of nature, and the heavy fragrance of seasonal coffee blossoms refresh one's senses.

In this Blog on Coorg, we take you on a journey through tropical evergreen forests to a long–gone era of sprawling homesteads. Spiced with a dash of local lore and sprinkled with a colonial legacy, it is a journey of discovery into the heart and soul of a primaeval land.


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Mountain Dweller: The Blue-capped Rock Thrush

Published on: 01/05/2024 Contributors: Gowri Subramanya

The Blue-capped Rock Thrush carries the scientific name Monticola (mountain-dweller) and lives by it. Whether it’s the hills of Kashmir, Kalimpong or Kodagu, this bird prefers the mountains of India over any other paradise on earth.

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Artistic presentation of ancient port in Muzris

The Spice Route: How Spices Changed the World

Published on: 01/04/2024 Bindu Gopal Rao

Spices are an integral part of flavouring a meal, but some spices have been part of history and changed the world.

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Treasures Hidden in Plain Sight

Published on: 20/03/2024 Contributors: Gowri Subramanya

The Western Ghats never fails to astound me with its rich biodiversity and how it manifests in our experiences, even on a short holiday.

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