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  • The word Nakoor, (nalaku ooru) in Kannada means four surrounding villages which over a period of time was  anglicanised to the present name and the word Volkot happened be the surname of two Swiss brothers who traded coffee during the pre-independence era, owned this plantation, hence the name Nakoor Volkot.

    Nakoor Volkot is a coffee plantation consisting of Coffee, Pepper, Oranges and a small lake. The bunglow is also very close to the harangi back waters, the presence of water bodies close by, makes Nakoor Volkot a bird watchers paradise.

    The hosts Usha, Ben and Aiyappa are Kodavas by birth, they live with in 3 minutes of walk from the homestay.

  • Detailed Pricing:

    Tariffs :-

    Rs. 2,500/- for 2 adults in a room( free stay for children below 5 years of age in the same room).Children between 5 years till 10 years will be charged half the rate of an adult. Extra person in the room Rs. 1000/-. Check-in & check-out: 12:00 noon.

    Tariff during the festivals of Dusshera, Diwali, Christmas New Year and during the months of April and May will be Rs. 2750/- for 2 adults in a room ( free stay for children below 5 years of age in the same room).Children between 5 years till 10 years will be charged half the rate of an adult. Extra person in the room Rs. 1000/-. Check-in & check-out: 12:00 noon.

    Food :

    Breakfast at Nakoor Volkot is complimentary
    Meals: Non-vegetarian /person: Rs. 275/-
    Vegetarian /person: Rs. 250/-

    Taxi for pick up and drop to Sunticoppa bus stand and for sightseeing can be organised on prior request, at an additional cost.

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