TRI – Woods Plantation Farm Stay is one of the first homestay established in Belur. Located 12 Kms away from Belur, and 16 Km from Sakleshpur the homestay is situated at a serene environment 900ft above the sea level. A destiny which is raw, untouched and unexplored is a life time experience for every admirer of true Nature. The ambience of TRI – Woods Plantation Farm Stay is exclusive, comfortable and refreshing. Taking you back to an indigenous “Planters Stay” where simplicity and harmony reigned supreme.
Experience the serenity of the Western Ghats, life on a coffee plantation and malnad living at it’s best at our Homestay. The plantation, located 30 kms west from the town of Chikmagalur, sits at an altitude of 1120m, providing its dwellers with cool summers, warm winters and well needed monsoon between June and September. Homestay produces the best quality coffee which has been awarded as the finest quality coffee in India .
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About Chikmagalur and Mudigere
No confusion here, Chikmagalur and Mudigere are part of Malnad region which is inside Western Ghats family
Chikmagalur has played host to the event, thanks to which, countless Indians wake up to brighter mornings. Centuries ago, when the Sufi mystic Baba Budan smuggled seven coffee beans from Yemen into India, he probably didn’t bargain for millions of coffee junkies unwittingly blessing his soul everyday, with every sip of their coffee. Chikmagalur, whose hills nurtured the coffee culture at its bosom, is a green slice of heaven on a permanent coffee high. In and around Chikmagalur there are beautiful hill stations and places of picturesque beauty.
The district is strewn with many holy spots and proliferates legends associated with stories from the epics of Ramayana and the Mahabharata. It is generally cool throughout the year, with a maximum temperature of 28 C. The best season to visit would be from September to March. The river Hemavathi is a tributary of Cauvery. This river originates in the Western Ghats – Ballala Rayana Durga – in Chikmagalur. The river joins with its main tributary, Yagachi river, at Hassan, then flows on to join Cauvery near Krishnarajasagara. The river is nearly 245 km long from its place of origin to where it converges with Cauvery.
Mudigere is a Town Panchayath and Taluk in Chikkamagaluru district in the Indian state of Karnataka It is 35 kms from the district headquarters. Several pilgrimage sites are in the taluk including Hornadu (64 km) and Kalasa (52 km). Nearest airport is at Mangaluru which is at a distance of 122 km (76 mi)
Mudigere town is located at . It has an average elevation of 970 m (3,180 ft). The annual rainfall is typically very high ranging from 3000 mm to 3500 mm per year.
Mudigere has a approx population of 8,962. Males constitutes 51% of the population and the rest is females. Mudigere had an average literacy rate of 82%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy was 85%, and female literacy was 79%. In Mudigere in 2001, 10% of the population was under 6 years of age.