Raja’s Tombs

Kodagu (Coorg) Region

These domed tombs are built in Indo-Sarcenic style and serve as the resting place for Kodava royalty and dignitaries. Located 7km from Madikeri: take an autorickshaw (₹200).

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2. Museum

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A very popular spot to enjoy sunset, as the raja himself did, with fantastic outlooks to rolling hills and endless valleys.

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A spectacular sight after the rainy season, these 21.3m-high falls can pack a punch.

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