Anamudi Peak

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Timings : 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Time Required : 3-4 hours

Entry Fee : The entry fee for Anamudi Peak is included in the fee of Eravikulam National Park Adults: INR 90 Children: INR 65 Foreign Nationals: INR 370

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Anamudi Peak, Munnar Overview

Often called the pride of Kerala, Anamudi or Anai Mudi Peak in Munnar stands at a magnificent height of 2695 metres above sea level. Literally meaning “Elephants forehead,” the peak is well known to be the home for the largest surviving population of Asian elephants in India. The peak itself is within the boundaries of the Eravikulam National Park, offering plenty of opportunities to explore to flora and fauna of the surroundings.

A famous trekking destination in Munnar, the Anamudi peak is considered to be the tallest peak outside of the Himalayas and in the Western Ghats of the South as well as the greatest topographic isolation in India. It is also famous for the Neela Kurinji flower which is known to blossom only once every 12 years.

Anamudi Peak remains closed to visitors from February to March.

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How To Reach Anamudi Peak

The Eravikulam National Park is next to the Rajmala tea estate on the south and the KDHP Co tea estate via Muthuvakudy. From here, you can easily reach the peak on foot. The Anamudi Peak is approximately an hour away from the city centre of Munnar.

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