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Coorg Diaries : Nisargadhama, Land of deer

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So in the previous post we were at Golden temple, the Tibetan Buddhist monastery. The visit of Kushalnagar sort of gets completed when you visit Nisargadhama, which is about 3 km away from Golden temple.

Nisarghadhama is an island with lots of bamboo groves, sandal woods and teak trees. There is an entry fee to this island. This place attracts many people from different parts of the country on a daily basis. It’s a great place for a one day family outing.

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Entry to Nisargadhama

Get your tickets and get ready to enter the island through a hanging bridge.

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hanging Bridge
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Welcome to Nisargadhama

Welcome to Nisargadhama. Lets go see the sights.

If you want to enjoy the day with less crowd, obviously visit the place during weekdays. Fewer people and plenty of shades to relax for the entire day.

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Nisargadhama

Oops, there isn’t plenty of shades! But hey, we are just beginning.

Lets meet some people.

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The young army

What I felt from seeing the people that it is a favourite weekend outing place for the family and kids. No wonder, because they get to see this.

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Deer of Nisargadhama

A lot of them, up close and personal. And you can feed them too.

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Dear Deer
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Some more deer

And some more.

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Lets relax dear

It will be the deer, the first thing that will come toΒ my mind when thinking about this place.

But for some artists, it can be this.

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Creative art!

This is one example how creative the artist can be and how they are able to turn anything and everything into a wonderful piece of art!

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Painted it with creativity

So these artists just turned these strange-looking branches of trees into something interesting.

‘The elephant ride to remember’ will be some other people’s first thought.

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Elephant ride to remember

The elephant I saw that day was a terror!

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The terror tusker

But luckily he was acting as innocent as a lamb.

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The elephant ride

Now you know, its the mind game that controls even the mightiest!

From the biggest, now lets go and meet the smallest of this place.

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Rabbit park

Welcome to the Rabbit park

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Aren’t they cuties?

Yum yum.

Aren’t they cute?!

Well, if you are tired of this photo walk, lets take a break and relax. The choice is your. Where do you want to relax?

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Bamboo Bench

Here on this bamboo bench? Or

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Treetop bamboo cottage

On top of a treetop bamboo cottage?

Decide and let me know.

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71 thoughts on “Coorg Diaries : Nisargadhama, Land of deer

  1. Nice photos. Will make sure to visit this place whenever I go to Coorg. Saw in one of the comments that you’ve been to menzanillo,Mexico. Even I’ve been to Mexico and the port was Manzanillo. I hope both are the same place.

  2. It was so much to see there…the deer, the elephants, the rabbits, the bridge and people πŸ˜‰ I can tell how much you enjoyed your time there πŸ˜‰ Beautiful shots! <3

          1. Good to know you had a great time and that made the trip well worth it πŸ˜‰ Glad you found it a pleasure to read my comments πŸ˜› It made me happy πŸ˜€

  3. Hey! Amazing pictures you have here! Even I’ve been to Coorg, but to be honest I did not know about this place until now… Wish I had explored a bit more.. Anyways, you’ve killed it dude! πŸ˜€ This and the Raja Seat one (I’ve only see these two until now)…, it was just amazing photography!! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚
    When I visited Coorg, the rains were pouring their heart out, so I only visited the market and the Monastery, along with an ATV track… But you’ve captured the escence of the place well… πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

      1. Okay tour guide!! You should know I am not a very pleasurable person to plan a trip for!! You should talk to my agent who booked my December trip!!! He goes crazy when I call him up!!! πŸ˜›

        But now that you have offered your esteemed services so kindly, I will surely bag it quickly before you get a chance to say NO!! πŸ˜€

        1. haha πŸ˜› But my trips are…. you know.. if you don’t know, read my shoe string travels and my travel plannings and let me know if you are still interested :p

          1. Hmm.. I am actually very intrigued by the shoe string travel plan!! I read your posts and I refrained from commenting because a small part of my brain has started processing it!

            I didn’t know something like couch surfing existed!

            And the reason I am difficult is because I want to see everything of the place I am going to. EVERYTHING. I don’t want to miss the famous, I don’t want to miss the offbeat!!

          2. Haha.. You might need a month to spend on places like Coorg, in that case πŸ˜€
            Arent you the one who is going to ride a tiger?! πŸ˜‰

      1. Yeah I know, that’s why I said… Better like that… Ideal will be in the wild πŸ™‚ But I have recently talked with the blogger from Greenland who saw nothing weird in hunting deer and reindeer and making masks for phone from seal skin… I have a problem with it, but I (kinda) get her perspective because over there that is normal.

          1. Hahaha, noooooo… This is the freedom of expression here, no rules. I won’t correct you…most of the time πŸ˜‰ No, really, I don’t tell people what I am by profession exactly for this.
            What do you do, sorry if it’s in your About page, i have read so much lately?

  4. Fab again… πŸ™‚ maybe that “terror” elephant saw you and acted innocent as lamb πŸ˜€

    Jokes aside, you could probably publish a book with all these wonderful pics.. I have seen one on Himalayas.. πŸ™‚

    1. Maybe I can publish. But there are better people out there to that who are more deserving. I have just started this journey.
      May be my dream reader might read it and help me to publish it, like the WP assignment said πŸ˜‰

      Anyway thank you for your daily dose of motivation πŸ˜€

      1. other people may be good at it or doing longer than you…doesn’t make you any less deserving…

        hahaha…daily dose eh..I’ll have to think about it πŸ˜‰

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