There are good views from this hilltop fort, built by Tipu Sultan in the 16th century, though today it’s the less glamorous site of the municipal headquarters. You can walk a short section of ramparts and within the…
A spectacular sight after the rainy season, these 21.3m-high falls can pack a punch.
A very popular spot to enjoy sunset, as the raja himself did, with fantastic outlooks to rolling hills and endless valleys.
These domed tombs are built in Indo-Sarcenic style and serve as the resting place for Kodava royalty and dignitaries. Located 7km from Madikeri, so take an autorickshaw (₹200).
Quirky museum within a old church, inside Madikeri's Fort complex, displaying eclectic exhibits, though displays are very poor.