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- Two roads diverged in a wood,and I took the one less travelled by,
And that has made all the difference.
From The Road Not Taken, by Robert FrostA few hours out of Bangalore and there’s a drastic change in the landscape. Arid, flat browns battle with flashes of emerald, and are finally gobbled up by green as the climb to Coorg begins. Go to any travel blog or post on Coorg and the approach is described in vivid, verdant detail. They’re not wrong. What they won’t prepare you for is Meriyanda.Meriyanda is…
A river that sparkles just outside your veranda; where natural springs abound. Sentinel trees that loom, over a 100 years old, and should you care to spend some time with them (and you should), each has a story to tell. Trekking trails that snake in and out of vegetation so lush, you just know that you’re looking at primary growth. Critters of every hue on walls and rocks that are as fascinated by you, as you will be, by them. Watch for the distinctive Bheema Raja or Black Drongo, because he heralds the rains. And this is when you should be firmly ensconced in Meriyanda. Because, while the websites and travel agents tell you to visit between September and March, it is in the monsoon that Coorg truly awakens.
- Detailed Pricing:
King's Villa 23,000/-
Queen's Villa 15,000/-
Planter's Cottage or Valley View Cottage 11,500/-
Peak season rates will apply from 12th Dec'14 to 5th Jan'15
Tariff plan in Indian Rupees, inclusive of all applicable taxes, on a per night basis (double occupancy) and includes All meals . All meals are on a set menu basis.
Children below 12 years will be accommodated on complimentary basis and 12 years and above will be charged INR 2,500 per Child in the same room with an extra bed.
Plan commences with lunch on check-in day and ends with breakfast on check-out day.
Facilities for making Tea/Coffee are available complimentary in each Villa/Cottage.
Check-in time: 12.00 noon. Check-out time: 10.00 am....