AROUND vACANZA

The Estate is nestled in the steep and densely shaded hills of the majestic Western Ghats. The estate comprises of Arabica, Robusta, Cardamom and Banana plantations, interspersed with pepper vines on silver-oak and hardwood species such as rosewood surrounded by a wealth of native flora and fauna in a magnificent ecosystem. Witness the changing seasons bring about a uniqueness in your every experience, in this up close and personal one-on-one with nature. Partake in the simple pleasures of watching the sun rise and set , sway like wild-flowers in a breeze, and join the choir with a hundred birds singing their songs on guided trails

THADIYANDMOL MOUNTAIN
PADI IGGUTHAPA TEMPLE

The Nalknad Palace was built in 1780-1789 by the then Coorg King Linga Raja after escaping from the captivity of Tipu Sultan in Srirangapatna and is situated on the bottom of the Thadiyandamol peak. It is of immense archaeological importance. It is not a palace in the true sense of the word but still has beautiful architecture and paintings to its credit. The palace has detailed wood carvings all around the structure and is decorated with ancient paintings.

NALKNAD PALACE

The Padi Igguthappa is one of Coorg's most important temples. It is dedicated to Igguthappa another name for Lord Subramanya and is an important temple of the Kodav's, the tribal inhabitants of Kakkabe. Built by Lingarajendra during 1810, it resembles the temples of Kerala in style and architecture. This temple governs significant role in the cultural and traditional life of the place.

 

 

Thadiyandamol is the highest peak in the Kodagu district of Karnataka standing almost 1746 meters above sea level. It is near Kakkabe town and is a trekker’s paradise with the view from the hill top being spectacular and absolutely breath taking. On a clear day one can see the Arabian Sea at a distance. The best time to do a trek here is in the winter months.

 

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