The First bus from Chennai (Tamil Nadu) to Madikeri (Karnataka) is Volvo A/C Multi Axle SemiSleeper (2+2) by Sea Bird Tourist departing at 14:15.
Trip duration for Chennai to Madikeri is between 13h-45m to 15h-45m depending on the bus type and operator. Goibibo provides you the largest fleet of bus services to select from AC, Volvo buses.
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- Dubare Elephant Camp
The most famous of all Madikeri attractions is Dubare Elephant Camp which is known for the training of elephants. The nearby forests of Dubare give you an ......
- Omkareshwara temple
The Omkareshwar Temple is a symbol of belief, devotion and faith. Legend has it that the then ruler of Kodagu, Lingarajendra II had murdered an innocnet Brahmin, the reasons for which are not clearly known. The Brahmin had turned into a spirit to avenge his death and the king to save himself from the clutches of the spirit had got a special lingam installed at the spot of the crime which was brought all the way from Kashi. The temple was built later in 1820.
- Madikeri Fort
Amid those thick forests, scenic gushing waterfalls and miles of verdant coffee plantations, history holds a deep rooted relationship with Coorg in Karnataka. And it is Madikeri, a hill station and headquarters of Coorg district that synchronizes well with its long gone historical royalty. Madikeri Fort stands as a silent spectator of events of victory and defeat from the time of Muddu Raja during 17th century. It is one of those preserved remnants of the bygone era that has not only stood the test of time, but also underwent architectural changes with passing time.