Kotagiri is a Panchayat town in The Nilgiris District in the Indian territory of Tamil Nadu. Kotagiri is arranged at a rise of around 1,793 m (5,883 ft) above ocean level. Kotagiri is situated at 11.43°N 76.88°E. It has a normal rise of 1793 meters (5882 ft). Starting at 2011 India evaluation, Kothagiri town Panchayat has populace of 28,207 of which 13,607 are guys while 14,600 are females according to report discharged by Census India 2011. Populace of Children with age of 0-6 is 2340 which is 8.30% of aggregate populace of Kotagiri (TP). In Kotagiri Town Panchayat, Female Sex Ratio is of 1073 against state normal of 996.

Kotagiri Tea Estate:


Pelling is a residential community in the northeastern Indian territory of Sikkim, at the foothills of Mount Khangchendzonga. The late-seventeenth century Buddhist Sanga Choling Monastery has mountain sees. Pemayangtse Monastery highlights divider artistic creations, figures and a gold-plated statue of Guru Padsambhava. Disregarding a valley, the seventeenth century Rabdentse Palace, now in ruins, still has confirmation of the ruler’s room and kitchen.

Elk Falls:


Elk Falls is located on the main route to Mettupalayam in the Nilgiri District. The waterfall is situated near the Uyilathi village and is around 7 km away from Kotagiri. A European House, constructed during the British rule, can be seen near the waterfall. The ideal season to visit the waterfall is during the monsoon, when the nearby Kookal Valley blooms with oranges.

Kodanad View Point:


Kodanad View Point is around 16 km far from Kotagiri in the Nilgiri District. Starting here, the Rangasamy Peak, Rangasamy Pillar, Catherine Falls and Dolphin’s Nose can be seen. It likewise gives a wonderful perspective of the Bhavanisagar Reservoir, Deccan Plateau and Thengumarahada Village.

Hanging Huts Resorts:


Including free WiFi and a grill, Hanging Huts Resorts offers convenience in Kotagiri. Visitors can appreciate the on location eatery. Free private stopping is accessible on location. All rooms accompany a level screen TV. Certain rooms have a seating range for your benefit. You will discover a pot in the room. All rooms have a private restroom.

Kotagiri Wildlife:


The Tea Estate situated in Kotagiri, Western Ghats. Great atmosphere with lavish green tea estates. The Indian Gaur is the biggest types of wild dairy cattle, greater than the Cape Buffalo, Water Buffalo and Bison. The greatest populaces are discovered today in India. The natural life asylums in South India in particular Kabini, Bandipur, Nagarhole, Masinagudi, BR Hills are the best place to see them.

Rangasamy Peak:


Rangasamy Peak is situated at a separation of 20 km from Kotagiri. It is one of the consecrated slopes and has a place of worship devoted to Lord Rangasamy. It is a biconical crest at a tallness of 1,785 m above ocean level. The pinnacle is a holy place for the Irulas tribes. A portion of the attractions found adjacent are the Sholurmattam, Kadasholai, Karagodumattam and Kil Kotagiri.

Catherine Falls:


Catherine Falls, arranged on the fundamental Mettupalayam Road, is around 8 km far from Kotagiri. It tumbles from a tallness of 250 ft into the Kallar River. The falls has been named after the spouse of M. D. Cockburn, an espresso grower of Kotagiri. The neighborhood individuals call the waterfall as the Geddhehaada Halla which implies the ‘Foothills of the Dale River’.

John Sullivan Memorial:


John Sullivan Memorial is a site reproduced in recognition of John Sullivan, a British government worker in charge of setting up Ooty as a slope station in the Nilgiris Mountains. Arranged at Kannerimukku town in Kotagiri, this dedication was initially the living arrangement of John Sullivan and was known as ‘Pethakal Bunglow’.