Coffee lovers: Reasons to visit Chikmagalur in India

Love coffee and travel? Visit India’s coffee destination, Chikmagalur.

Are you someone who reaches for a cup of coffee as your wake up? Are you someone who doesn’t mind never-ending meetings as long as there is a cup of brewing hot coffee? Then, you need to visit every coffee lover’s paradise, Chikmagalur.

Chikmagalur is the birthplace of coffee in India, and still produces some of the finest beans of the country. Below are some reasons it is every coffee lover’s dream come true.

  • A coffee tour

Take a tour in the biggest coffee estate of Chikmagalur, Jayanthi Coffee Estate. From the cherry-picking to the packaging and distribution, you get an inside into the fascination process of coffee manufacturing. The coffee estate also allows you to taste different kinds of coffee, and provide tips on brewing a cup of your favourite caffeine drink.

  • India’s first 3D interactive coffee wall

The World of Coffee is a café in Chikmagalur, which provides delicious steaming cups of coffee and unique experiences. They have India’s first 3D interactive coffee wall which delivers interesting facts about coffee with a palm touch. They also house other unique experiences like an aroma station, brewing bar, coffee challenge zone and a bakery, giving you a one-stop destination for everything related to coffee.

  • Stay in a coffee estate

Want to stay in a plantation surrounded by coffee shrubs? The coffee estates in Chikmagalur allow you to stay amidst acres and acres of coffee estates. Live in the farms to know how coffee is cultivated while sipping on a comforting mug of the beverage.

  • Picturesque scenery

Chikmagalur is also famous for its ample stunning waterfalls. Watch the water drop from about 400 feet at Kalhatti falls, proving a little peak of heaven on Earth. You can also visit Karnataka’s highest peak, Mullayanagiri here, where the 2,000 metres mountain offers beautiful views of the entire hill station.

  • Pleasant climate

The hill station of Chikmagalur has a pleasant climate all around the year, as it is situated in the foothills of the Western Ghats. But, if you love greenery, then visit the hill station in the monsoon to watch the cascading waterfalls and the greenery come alive.

Pack your bags and head to India’s best coffee destination. You don’t need to bring your coffee with you!

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