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Munnar - A magical retreat into Earth's timeless, picturesque and tranquil backdrop

Munnar, nicknamed the heaven of South India has a variety of experiences awaiting to be explored. It is in the must-visit itinerary of all travelers be it family vacationers or newly-weed honeymooning couples. As one of India's most pristine hill-station hotspots, Munnar is well-known for its famous tea and spice plantations, rich animal and plant bio-diversity, breath-taking landscape views and untarnished pollution free air.
Amid the lush green sky kissing mountains, Munnar is at an altitude of 6,000 feet in Kerala's Idukki district. Three mountain streams Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala embrace each other at this blissful point called Munnar.

It has been a famous vacation destination since the Colonial times when the Britishers would come here to escape the harsh summer. The temperature throughout the year is between 0-25 degrees Celsius. Being just 120 kms from Cochin, it is easily accessible by cars and busses. The peak tourist season is between the months of August to May.

Munnar becomes an adventure travelers'dreamland at night when it has its own fairy-tale beauty. Tents, camps and camp-fires amid music, fun and frolic take your vacation experience to an altogether new level. During daytime, exploring the nearby waterfalls, spice and tea plantations and mere hikes on the mountains are the best way to spend quality time together with your family. Away from the concrete world where people are always on-the-go, it offers a pleasant gate-way into a tranquil land where time moves at its own pace.


  • Tea museum - Tata Tea Museum depicts a plethora of ancient and modern day tea processing methods and machinery. For tea-lovers there is a tea tasting room to satiate their taste buds.
  • Neelakurinji grasslands - Every 12 years, these hills are draped with Neelakurinjii blooms and thousands of visitors flock this area to visit the rare spell-binding beauty.
  • Palivasal Hydroelectric project - Kerala's first hydro-electric park is a place of vast picturesque views.
  • Eravikulam National Park - Rare and endangered fauna like the NilgiriTahr, NilgiriLangur and Indian bison to name are endemic to this Park.
  • Mattupetty Dam - At a height of 1700 meters, this dam is a piece of cake for nature lovers and bird watchers.

Munnar is the dream abode of every nature lover's wish-list. Why be a mere on-looker when you can join with us on this rejuvenating holiday experience!

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