Topography And Climate:
Coorg is located within 4,102 kms and is bordered by Dakshina Kannada district to the Northwest, Hassan district to the North, Mysore district to the East, Kannur district of Kerala to the Southwest, and Wayanad district of Kerala to the South. Its elevation ranges from 914.4 m to 1715.11 m above mean sea level. It is a biodiversity hotspot, peppered with hills and valleys, rivers, waterfalls, rainforests, agro plantations, and paddy fields.
Kodagu has an equable, average temperature of 15˚C. In the summer, the air is redolent of coffee blossoms. Temperatures, between March and May, hit a high of 35˚C and a low of 20˚C to 15˚C, during the evenings and nights.
The monsoon season is between the months of June and August. Kodagu witnesses heavy rainfall, as high as 2500 mm to 3500 mm, during this time. Monsoon scenes are breathtakingly beautiful with gushing waterfalls, lush green landscapes, and mist wrapped hills, cloaking Coorg with a mystical ambience. Winters are a time to bring out warm clothing and spend time with loved ones in front of fire, with chilly lows ranging between 8˚C to 10˚C.