There ought to be something about this place, for the Scots to call this their home in India. Nestled between the royal city of Mysore on one side and the Arabian Sea coastline on the other, lie the highlands of Coorg filled with lush green paddy fields, coffee plantations and evergreen forests. It is one of the most scenic regions of Karnataka, thanks to the omnipresent greenery here. Primarily a paddy growing region, coffee was introduced about 200 years ago and is now a major industry in Coorg. Also, the forests of Coorg are one of the last bastions of the tiger along with its many jungle dwelling friends. This is also the home of the fiercely proud Kodavas, who have their own cultural identity different from the rest of Karnataka. They whip up some amazing meaty concoctions which we will be sampling during our travels in Coorg. Visit Coorg for a truly exotic experience filled with coffee, rain forests and pandi (pork) curry. You will never run short of activities here – there are ample of things to do in Coorg. And if nothing pleases you, just sit in the portico of your homestay with a glass of wine in one hand and a book in the other to get lost in the beauty of the land of the Kodavas.