Established in 1900, Sevenmallay Tea Estate is owned by the Tata Tea Company. These tea plantations in Munnar sprawling over hundreds of acres of land are like a paradise on earth. A quaint charming bungalow located right in the heart of the estate adds to the charm of the place. You can also buy tea produced at the estate-outlet.
Pallivasal Tea Garden is situated a few kms away on the outskirts of Munnar in the village of the same name. The tea gardens are known for their havens like beauty and beautiful meadows of tea plantations in Munnar. From these gardens, you can also see the Sahya mountain range in the backdrop.
Located in the Nallathanni Estate of Tata Tea around 2 km from Munnar, the KDHP Museum showcases a variety of antiquities, the most famous being the burial urn excavated from the vicinity of Periakanal Estate, dating back to 2nd century AD.
Located 35 km off Munnar is the Kolukkumalai Tea Estate, perched at an altitude of 8000 ft. above sea levels. This orthodox tea plantation in Munnar lays claim to be one of the highest in the world and is famous for its flavoursome tea.
Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the main cities, Photo Point is this picturesque site perched atop the low rolling slopes and undulating plains of Nilgiris. In the backdrop of the stretches of tea gardens typical to this region of the country, this point serves as an excellent photographic opportunity; as it is clear from the name itself. Many people choose not to stop in this location because there is not much to see here, but once you get off the car and take a look around, the gorgeous surroundings will take you in like their own.
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