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Tadiandamol Peak

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Tadiandamol Peak

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Private Mercara Coorg Coffee and Spice Estate Tour

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Mercara Gold Estate is a beautiful 12-acre estate located 8 KM from Madikeri. Whilst coffee was growing here since the 1960s we acquired it in 1998 and began a process of transformation by organising it into a well laid out farm with a wide array coffee, spices and fruit trees. Our vision was to develop Mercara Gold Estate into a fully-integrated unit, we began processing and roasting our coffees on the estate. We follow all time-tested processes with passion to produce our own range of boutique style coffee and well-balanced blends.
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Sudheendra wrote a review 6 Jan
Mysuru (Mysore), India2 contributions
Have to take local jeeps, even though expensive, to avoid messing ones own vehicle due crass roads and steep uphill drives. This is a viewpoint with a very little trek, carrying camera was worth it. A nominal 25/- was collected by the State Govt, maybe for upkeep charges. Sunrise and Sunset are the best times to visit this place. This place is best avoided during sunny/ hot weather. Also advisable not to litter.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Sujatha M wrote a review Dec 2020
Bengaluru, India64 contributions24 helpful votes
The trek is gentle to start with but quickly gets steep. The views are beautiful - 360 degrees and above the clouds. The last km or so, is quite steep. My son and I got bitten by leeches, so please go prepared (carry salt, apply dettol/savlon on the legs). I also liked the fact that they take an inventory of any plastic that you carry and take a Rs 100 deposit and it is returned only when you come back with all of those plastic items. The trail was really free of any litter unlike other treks we have been on. The road to the base is not great, we parked about a km before the actual start point and walked up.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Jatin wrote a review Feb 2020
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Information to trekking at this place is scanty. Just get there which is pretty easy. Despite roads under repair and distances to trek increasing correspondingly, there are jeeps available that will get you there. Ultimately the trek is worth it. Its beautiful landscape
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Kaushik wrote a review Jan 2020
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Go Early in the morning to avoid the sun and have sufficient water. Don't give up till you find the flag at the top of the hill.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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kneewarp wrote a review Jan 2020
Bengaluru, India73 contributions19 helpful votes
The trail is 3 kms long to the top, from the forest check-post. Carry at least 2 liters of water per head - although there is a stream at camp-site that is 1.5 kms short of the peak. The serious climb starts after crossing the camp-site. We saw children about 10-12 years enjoying the climb. For an easy going pace, 2 hours up and 2 hours down is reasonable, with an hour spent at the summit. The views and the quiet at the summit were the best parts.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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