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1 year ago
Truly a wonderful location. Thoroughly enjoyed.
3 years ago
- Apply sunscreen lotion while you leave Munnar because as you descend the hills the weather gets warmer and causes sun burn. Hill stations tend to get dark rather early, so be sure to carry a torch (Read More)or flashlight.
3 years ago
Munnar is a beautiful hill station that is ideal for escaping the sweltering heat of the cities. Known best for its tea estates Munnar has a lot of sights to behold and is enjoyable throughout the ye (Read More)ar. However, rains do frequent the area. Hiring a car or a taxi for the whole day is the best way to travel to all the destinations in Munnar. Be prepared for long car rides as all the frequented spots are at a distance from each other. However, the view of the scenic hill station more than makes up for the travel hours.
3 years ago
Day 1 ?Have breakfast and begin your trip early in the morning with Pothamedu View Point adorned with stretching hills and lush green mountains. Chithirapuram is the next destination on the list foll (Read More)owed by Eravikulam (Rajamalai) National Park where also lies the Anamudi Peak the highest peak (2,695 m) of Western Ghats and South India. After visiting the Tea Museum, last place for the trip is Mattupetti Dam. Rest for the day and relish the beautiful weather. Day2 ? Second day in the city begins with Forest Rose Garden located just 2 kms from Munnar blooming with plethora of variety of forest roses and other rare flowers. Other places that form the second day itinerary are Echo Point, Kundala Dam & Lake, Lakkom Water Falls and Marayoor.
3 years ago
Munnar is truly the home of the God, the all-encompassing verdant scenario might have enticed the lord to such extent that he decided to make the place his abode. From Munnar to Alleppey every bit of (Read More) Kerala is drop-dead gorgeous owing to the heavenly natural setting. The monsoon rains make it appear more beautiful and the view from the peak of Munnar is breathtaking, a jewel from the southern part of India.
2 years ago
Kerala Forest Development Corporation (KFDC) conducts trekking to Meesapulimala as part of ecotourism programme. For details of the programme, please visit the web site
There are a few resorts in Munnar that offer world class accommodation. The best resorts in Munnar are- Blue Bells Valley Resort, Westwood Riverside Garden Resorts, Tea Valley Resort, Munnar Tea Coun (Read More)try Resort, and Rivulet Resort.
Munnar is famous for its tea estates, exotic lush greenery and craggy peaks. It is an ideal Hill station to visit and enjoy nature. You can get more details about all the places you can visit through (Read More) the following link - https://www.holidify.com/places/munnar/sightseeing-and-things-to-do.html
For some mid-budget resorts, try the High Range Club, which is set in a tea estate in Munnar. You can also check out Hillview Munnar, which apart from being beautifully set amidst hills and a river, (Read More)also offers adventure sports like paragliding and rock climbing.
The best way to travel from Tirupati to Munnar is by bus. The 601km long road is scenic and beautiful. There are plenty of buses available on this route. There is no direct train or flight from Tirup (Read More)ati to Munnar. You can travel by train or flight to Kochi and then take a taxi to Munnar.