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Nisargadhama, Karnataka 571234

Outdoors- Other
Wildlife Sanctuaries

About Nisargadhama

Tourism, wildlife sanctuary,photography, picnic spot and boating.

Attractions near Nisargadhama

Namdroling Monastery Golden Temple3.51km from Nisargadhama

This is the largest teaching center of the Nyingma lineage of Tibetan Buddhism in the World. This monastery is home for the sangha community of over five thousand Lamas.

An important base for the Karnataka Forest Department's elephants. At present, after logging operations with elephants have ceased, the elephants have been practically retired except for giving interaction activities with them to tourists.

Abbey Falls Madkeri18.13km from Nisargadhama

The waterfalls which is located between private coffee plantation. There is a hanging bridge constructed just opposite to the falls.

Omkareshwara temple 21.26km from Nisargadhama

An ancient shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva which was constructed in a mix of gothic and Islamic styles. Omkareshwara Temple was built by Lingarajendra in 1820 CE. The Shivalinga installed inside the temple is believed to be brought from Kashi.

Madikeri Fort21.56km from Nisargadhama

one of the interesting places for sightseeing in Coorg built in the last quarter of the 17th century by Mudduraja. It was first built in the last quarter of 17th century by Mudduraja. There was a palace built inside the fort as well.

Raja's Seat21.83km from Nisargadhama

Raja's seat is a seasonal garden of flowers and artificial fountains. A mountain peak in Kodagu district surrounded by Pushpagiri wildlife sanctuary. Well known for trekking. Pushpagiri is the highest peak in Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary in the Western Ghats of Karnataka.

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The thickly wooded grandeur on the Western Ghats, is the most beautiful hill station of Karnataka.

What visitors say about Nisargadhama

Subash Ckd
Subash Ckd
Sep 2013
The 64-acre island, surrounded by the Cauvery river, can be accessed by walking across a hanging bridge. Established in 1989, the picturesque picnic spot with lush foliage of thick bamboo groves, sandalwood and teak trees has lovely river-side cottages