The land pf coffee plantations and lush green hills, Coorg has come up as a popular tourist destination in Karnataka. Coorg is particularly popular among weekenders from Bangalore. Earlier known as Kodaimalenadu ('dense forest on steep hills'), Coorg is now the district headquarters of Kodagu, and lovingly referred to as the Scotland of India. The Dubare Elephant Camp in Coorg offers an unusual experience- one that cannot be paralleled in its ingenuity, its excitement and above all its unconventionality. 


Accommodation at Dubare Elephant Camp Coorg is available in standard room, deluxe rooms. All the rooms at the hotel are done up to cater to the tastes of both leisure as well as corporate travelers. The interiors of the hotel totally complement the incredible beauty outside. The room facilities are:

  • Attached bathroom
  • Running hot & cold water
  • Bathtub
  • Telephone
  • TV with satellite channels
  • 24 hrs room service 


The canteen at Dubare is a dry canteen and offers tea/coffee and snacks. However, the Dubare Elephant Camp Coorg in Karnataka is looking forward to huge expansions in the near future. 


  • Nature walk
  • Elephant rides
  • Education about elephants
  • Purified drinking water
  • Outdoor activities
  • Parking space
  • Car rental
  • Doctor on call 
  • Acceptance of credit cards

City Info:

Coorg, also called Madikeri in Karnataka is well connected to Bangalore by road. The route from Bangalore to Coorg is via Mysore, Kushalnagar, Gudde Hosur. The major tourist attractions at Coorg are:

  • Madikeri Fort
  • Raja's Seat
  • Talakaveri
  • Iruppu Falls
  • Abbey Falls