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Kodanad View Point - Things to Know Before Visiting

Kotagiri - Kodanadu Rd, Kodanad, Tamil Nadu 643217, India


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About Kodanad View Point

Kodanad View Point is such a famed peak and an acclaimed tourist spot that takes one to the enchanting scenery of dark and light-hued landscape of Nilgiri

Attractions Near Kodanad View Point

Rangaswamy Peak
Rangaswamy Peak10.69km from Kodanad View Point

This is a famous tourist spot in Kotagiri. A very steep peak and not climbed yet. Trekking area, viewpoint.

Sathyamangalam Tiger Reserve
Sathyamangalam Tiger Reserve11.05km from Kodanad View Point

This is a protected area and a tiger reserve along the western ghats. First declared as a wildlife sanctuary in 2008 and enlarged in 2011.

Catherine Water Falls
Catherine Water Falls16.9km from Kodanad View Point

It is far away from the urban areas and is situated inside a dense forest . trekking area, beautiful falls. The falls are nestled amidst the lush greens of the Nilgiris and are a pristine location to witness the beauty of nature.

Dolphin Nose View Point
Dolphin Nose View Point18.38km from Kodanad View Point

This is a huge rock that resembles the nose of a Dolphin. A popular viewpoint in nilgiris.

BhavaniSagar Dam
BhavaniSagar Dam22.45km from Kodanad View Point

Also called as Lower Bhavani dam, located on the Bhavani river. This is the second-largest earthen dam in the world. A huge dam and a beautiful garden is associated with it.

Sim's Park, Coonoor
Sim's Park, Coonoor22.6km from Kodanad View Point

This is an unusual park-cum-botanical garden that was developed around the natural contours of the land more than a hundred years ago by Mr. J.D. Sims and Major Murray in the year of 1874

Where is Kodanad View Point

Discover More Attractions in Nilgiris, Where Kodanad View Point Is Located

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The Name ‘Nilgiris’ means Blue hills (Neelam – Blue and Giri – Hill or Mountain). The view of the violet blossoms of ‘kurinji’ flower enveloping the hill ranges periodically. Hence the name Nilgiri arose.