Kodagu or Coorg is easily reachable by rail through Mysore and by air through Kannur International Airport or Mangalore International Airport. This tourist spot is located on the eastern side of Western Ghats and offers WFH individuals an amazing experience of a vacation. The river Kaveri originates in Coorg from a place called Talakaveri and has mythological significance. It is said that the river was created when Laxman shot an arrow into a nearby hill-Brahmagiri. Chelavara and Iruppu Falls are situated nearby. Another marvel-Omkareshwara Temple, built in the Indo-Saracenic style, is a great photography spot and is well connected to long stay hotels. A colonial-era church, St. Mark's Church, is also present there and has a museum for history lovers. Coorg offers more than just hills for work from resort through its man-made island near Kushalnagar, which is truly a hidden wonder. Dubare, an elephant-capturing and training camp of the Forest Department in Dubare forest is another great work from Coorg option that also offers river rafting to tourists. Nature fanatics and photography lovers can hire a jeep or taxi to reach Mandalpatti Viewpoint to witness scenes from the hills. This work from mountains trip would be incomplete without checking out the misty scenes at Chettalli that also houses the regional station of The Indian Institute of Horticultural Research.