Kodagu (Coorg), the thickly lush loftiness on the Western Ghats, is the most wonderful slope station of Karnataka. It involves a space of 4,102 square kilometers (1,584 sq mi) in the Western Ghats of southwestern Karnataka.As of 2001, the populace was 548,561, 13.74% of which dwelled in the locale’s metropolitan habitats, making it the most un-crowded of the 30 regions in Karnataka. Kodagu is notable on the planet for espresso and its “courageous champions”. Madikeri is the base camp of Kodagu. Kodagu is home to the local speakers of Kodava language.
Quite a bit of Kodagu is utilized for horticulture. Naturally and by and large, paddy fields are found on the valley floors, with Espresso and pepper agro-ranger service in the encompassing slopes principally close to Madikeri. The most well-known manor crop is espresso, particularly Coffe robusta assortment. Kodagu is the second espresso creation area in India, after the Baba Budangiri slopes in Chikkamagaluru locale. Espresso income assisted Kodagu with becoming one the most extravagant locale in India.
Kodagu is viewed as rich with natural life and has three untamed life safe-havens and one public park: the Brahmagiri, Talakaveri, and Pushpagiri Natural life Asylums, and the Nagarhole Public Park, otherwise called the Rajiv Gandhi Public Park.