Known as the birthplace of coffee in India, Chikmagalur, is famous for its coffee plantations and offers a serene setting to enjoy a freshly brewed cup of coffee.
Another coffee haven in Karnataka, Coorg is renowned for its lush landscapes and coffee estates. You can visit coffee plantations, learn about the coffee-making process, and of course, savor some aromatic coffee.
Wayanad, located in the Western Ghats of Kerala, is a region known for its coffee plantations. The cool climate and fertile soil contribute to the cultivation of both Arabica and Robusta coffee.
The Nilgiri Hills in Tamil Nadu are home to coffee plantations as well. The region's moderate climate and high elevation make it suitable for growing Arabica coffee.
While not as well-known as some other regions, Araku Valley in Andhra Pradesh has been gaining attention for its Arabica coffee production.
ARAKU VALLEY (ANDHRA PRADESH
While primarily known for its tea production, Sikkim has also been exploring coffee cultivation in recent years due to its favorable climate.