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Tadiandamol Peak

Kakkabe, India
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Most tourists interested in trekking are drawn to this place as the journey is difficult, but the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
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We went for Tadiandamol trek in the second week of June. It rained throughout the trek. The weather... read more

Reviewed 24 June 2017
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Most tourists interested in trekking are drawn to this place as the journey is difficult, but the view from the top, unparalleled. Read More

2  Thank roysons
Reviewed 24 June 2017

We went for Tadiandamol trek in the second week of June. It rained throughout the trek. The weather was awesome-windy, cloudy. The green terrain accompanies you till the end.

1  Thank AVNEET K
Reviewed 23 June 2017

Pleasant trek.To reach base camp you can get autos from nearby bus Stop.From base camp trail is 4KM one side.There is point where you trek through dense trees ..Best part .Carry at least 2litre of water and energy bars and Stick to have pleasant trek.Its...More

1  Thank Soumi M
Reviewed 2 June 2017

it's a scenic spot full of forested woods and mist-topped hills. On the way to the peak, you will trek through grasslands, colorful florals and sparkling streams of clear water. It also has a wildlife sanctuary which includes Lion-tailed Macaque, Jungle Cat, Spotted Deer, Nilgiri...More

Thank Rajashekhar K
Reviewed 16 May 2017 via mobile

An easy and pleasant trek for beginners. Can be completed without any guide. A must for an itinerary of every Coorg visitor.

Thank 556vikashk
Reviewed 8 May 2017

Life time Experience ....History created Not popular so you can enjoy your travel . Moderate trek only for experienced trekkers ( No vehicles - Even if you go till some distance but you have to walk till the peak Approx 16 Kms ) Purely wild...More

1  Thank GenesisHonestly
Reviewed 5 March 2017

If you are novice to the trek then this is the place. Around 8 Kms walk from onward and return makes it interesting. Being the highest peak in Coorg, this is mind blowing when you reach the peak. The trail is a bit steep but...More

2  Thank JaniJermans
Reviewed 1 February 2017 via mobile

As u knw it's the 2nd highest peak in karnataka. So this would be lill long trek. The safe thing is it's bit very diff trek but at last it's very diff n steep u gotta be careful. The ppl goin there without vehicle I.e...More

1  Thank Prady07
Reviewed 20 December 2016

Good Trek , go to temple on the way, take a tent and pitch near the big stone and stay , enjoy the nature stay away from tensions and relieve them in lap of nature

2  Thank kkumar171
Reviewed 16 December 2016

Amazing Trek. We trekked for 26 KM and it was one hell of an experience. Look out for leeches and wear full thick socks

Thank Hebbar25
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Darshan G
4 January 2017|
Response from Manuhrr | Reviewed this property |
Unfortunately do not have contact number. However, once u reach at base of trek where road ends there is a small Homestay (though it is not) and they provide shelter. I suggest to carry tenets and use them at that Homestay n... More