Mojo Plantation, Coorg

#1 Mar 18th, 2002, 23:24
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  • abracax is offline
Not so much a review as a correction. Some friends of mine finally got their nice little eco-lodge in the latest issue of "the guide" and then the powers that be decided to change their phone numbers and internet addresses. Anyone who thinks they may have a hankerin' for heading down Coorg way for a few days in the loverly countryside (it is a nice spot on a cardamom/coffee plantation in the hills) can look them up at:
I don't actually know much about their tours, but the accomodations are first rate, especially the wiring in the main bungalow (I had to earn my keep somehow).
New home for my photos:
#2 Mar 20th, 2002, 17:17
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  • Alan D is offline

Mojo Plantation, Coorg

Hello Abracax

Sounds and looks like a very nice place to spend some time from looking at the website and reading the visitors comments. Can't make it on this visit to India but will try to go there next time around.

Privately run places like this seem to be appearing all over India at the moment with a bias towards eco-tourism, usually run by people who are interested in preserving India's fast disappearing wildlife habitats. Can anyone on the forum recommend any others?

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