About Destination

Coorg, a popular hill station of Karnataka, wrapped in thick misty forests, coffee plantations, tea gardens, orange groves and scenic waterfalls, throughout the year. It is officially known as Kodagu and the best time to visit Coorg is within February to May. This is the mini Scotland of India.

About The Tamara - Coorg

The Tamara, Coorg Located in Southern Kodagu, a hilly district of coffee & spice plantations in the Indian State of Karnataka, ‘The Tamara Coorg’ has been conceptualized as a hymn to the beauty of the Western Ghat’s Mountains. Revealed to the world in 2012,‘The Tamara Coorg’ presides over an estate of 180.02 acres producing Coffee, Cardamom, Pepper, Honey and mixed woodlands on the ragged slopes of these beautifully landscaped hills.


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Ayurvedic and Wellness Treatments

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Plantation Tours

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Blossom to Brew

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Bird Watching

Category of rooms

  • Luxury Cottage
  • Superior Luxury Cottage
  • Suit Cottage
  • Eden Lotus Cottage


  • Wellness, Yoga & Meditation
  • Ayurveda Treatments & therapies
  • Yoga Temple
  • The verandah
  • Yoga Temple
  • The Window
  • The Elevation
  • Spa Facility
  • Transportation
  • LED Televisions
  • Wi Fi
  • Toiletries and Hair Dryers
  • Multi cuisine Restaurant
  • A regular and a temperature
  • Controlled Swimming Pool

Access To Resort/Property

  • Take the state highway 17 from Bangalore to Mysore which connects to The Tamara Coorg with an approximate 270 km from the city as it navigates Bangalore- Mysore- Hunsur-Gonikoppa-Virajpet-The Tamara Coorg.
  • From Bangalore International Airport to The Tamara Coorg is approx 310 km.
  • The Tamara Coorg is about 135 km from Mysore as the navigation route is Mysore- Hunsur – Gonikoppa- Virajpet – The Tamara Coorg. Mysore is well connected by train and road from all the major cities in South India.
  • The last 4 kms of the motorable approach road to the resort itself is a part of The Tamara Coorg experience as the road has a couple of hairpin bends, and offers a magnificent view of Coorg mountains, and has a steep narrow climb.

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