Spirit of the land – Orange County Resorts in Coorg

When would you like to stay at Orange County Coorg?

Spirit of the land coorg kerala

Spirit of the land coorg kerala

5 Star rating by travelers according to the best luxurious services, the Orange County is by far the best resort in Coorg, Set bang in the heart of a sprawling coffee plantation; this green resort  provides the premium accommodation in Coorg, there are located at poolside villas and the cottages offer surrounding   views and is highly suggested. This resort in Coorg offers several tricks like nature trail, birdwatching tours, coffee plantation tours, eco walk and cooking class. Guests can dine at any of the three in house restaurants that dish up India, Chinese and Continental fares any time of the day. The roads primary to the resort might not be in the best shape but the perfect service and superb hospitality more than makes up for it, highly suggested for couples and families who are looking for a luxury Hotels and resort in Coorg, Find here a cool green mountings hills of Coorg,

Spirit of the land

Spirit of the land in coorg

Spirit of the land in coorg

The environs surrounding the resort in Coorg hold some hidden natural delights and social experiences waiting to be uncovered. Join Ganesh or Murthy, either of the Pradeeps, Gopal, Mahesh or Naveen early any morning on a cycle trail or for a walk to discover these salient spots that lie just outside the resort. You can take this local tour on a bicycle from the resort if you are so inclined, which will take you on a slightly longer trip.Spirit of the land coorg hills

Or you can choose a leisurely stroll along a shorter path through coffee and rubber gardens to the heart of the Karadigodu village. The eventual destination in both cases is the quaint riverside tea shop where you can catch your breath and observe the rhythms of local life as you sit on the bank of the Cauvery sipping Muhammad Ali’s special teas. If you take a cycle ride, your path will lead out of the resort’s main entrance past the staff quarters and shops at its perimeter. It will continue up the small gradient, vending its way through coffee gardens on either side leading up to the Karadigodu School. At this time of the year (early April) the coffee plants are in full bloom, smothering you with their freshness and rich fragrance. If it’s not a holiday (and not too early in the day) you will see local children trooping into the school. This government school has been adopted by the resort, which provides its students with books, play materials, uniforms, food supplements, computers and part-time teachers. These efforts are meant to help the flowering of young minds and reduce the dropout rates, which are rather high in this region of mostly migrant workers. Turn right from here and head off on your cycle towards Karadigodu village less than a kilometre away. You will pass the houses of locals, most of whom are engaged in agriculture or related activities. Their homes reveal a mingling of architectural influences (from Kerala and coastal Karnataka) that betray a cultural diversity that is unique to this region. You will soon arrive at a sharp turning in the road to the right. It leads down a tree -lined avenue of a long row of simple dwellings running parallel to the Cauvery flowing sluggishly just behind them. These are the simple homes of plantation workers and others engaged in small trades and businesses locally. Many of these are the homes of people working at the resort – taking care of its gardens and premises – or in adjoining plantations. A few of these households have members who have been associated with the company’s founding family for almost half a century. The houses, as we pass them, exude a sense of domestic felicity with an appealing cacophony of TV news, radio songs, babies crying, children giggling and tens of mobile phones coffee and rubber gardens to the heart of the Karadigodu village. The eventual destination in both cases is the quaint riverside tea shop where you can catch your breath and observe the rhythms of local life as you sit on the bank of the Cauvery sipping Muhammad Ali’s special teas.

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If you take a cycle ride, your path will lead out of the resort’s main entrance past the staff quarters and shops at its perimeter. It will continue up the small gradient, vending its way through coffee gardens on either side leading up to the Karadigodu School. At this time of the year (early April) the coffee plants are in full bloom, smothering you with their freshness and rich fragrance. If it’s not a holiday (and not too early in the day) you will see local children trooping into the school. This government school has been adopted by the resort, which provides its students with books, play materials, uniforms, food supplements, computers and part time teachers. These efforts are meant to help the flowering of young minds and reduce the dropout rates, which are rather high in this region of mostly migrant workers. Turn right from here and head off on your cycle towards Karadigodu village less than a kilometre away. You will pass the houses of locals, most of whom are engaged in agriculture or related activities. Luxury Holiday ResortTheir homes reveal a mingling of architectural influences (from Kerala and coastal Karnataka) that betray a cultural diversity that is unique to this region. You will soon arrive at a sharp turning in the road to the right. It leads down a tree -lined avenue of a long row of simple dwellings running parallel to the Cauvery flowing sluggishly just behind them. These are the simple homes of plantation workers and others engaged in small trades and businesses locally. Many of these are the homes of people working at the resort –taking care of its gardens and premises – or in adjoining plantations. A few of these households have members who have been associated with the company’s founding family for almost half a century. The houses, as we pass them, exude a sense of domestic felicity with an appealing cacophony of TV news, radio songs, babies crying, children giggling and tens of mobile phones you can even play ferryman for a few trips. Remember this is a purely social role and do not expect to be paid for your services. However, you can be certain that it will remain one of the most unique ‘driving’ experiences of your life. No auto cruise Etios or Audi can ever match it. It’s the real thing, guys!Spirit of the land coorg

By now the morning sun is brighter and a shade hotter. If you have played ferry – man, you are also likely to be hungry by now. You can head back to the resort the way you came (if you still have adrenalin sloshing inside you) or return using a shorter route, which is the same path that the strollers take on this outing. Either way, you will only be the richer for this wonderful off- resort experience that lets you feel the spirit of the land and its people up – close.

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