A nature-lover’s paradise, Munnar is snuggled in the peaceful hilltops of the Kannan Devan hills. This panoramic hill station is often crowned with low-flying clouds and floored with misty valleys thus making it an attractive little heaven with a cordial climate. Munnar has many sweeties to offer the weary and tired souls, waterfalls, endangered species, exotic flora and trekking paths, all which would be a welcome refreshment from tiresome jobs and hectic domestic demands. The idyllic landscape of Munnar is in itself a medicine unto the exhausted souls. Keeping in view the many things it has to offer , one should have ample time to explore this paradisiacal territory.
It is a scenic spot offering majestic views of the tea, coffee and cardamom plantations in Munnar. The undulating hills, the lush mountain and the incredible scenery here is ideal for trekking and extensive mountain walks.
It is an idyllic hill station and the most sought-after among the tourist attractions of Munnar featuring sprawling lawns, exotic flora and fauna and the cold mountain air. You will also find Sita Devi Lake with its mineral rich water and charming ambiance and is an ideal picnic spot. This place is ideal for trout fishing.
It is located at a height of 1700 meters and famous for its highly specialized dairy farm. You can visit the cattle shed farms at this place on your tour to Munnar. Besides, the Mattupetty Lake and dam is a short distance from the farm and is a beautiful picnic spot. You can also get boating facilities on the Mattupetty Dam that would simply be exciting.
This spot offers uninterrupted panorama of waterfalls and undulating hills and is located between Munnar and Pallivasal. If you wish to go for the long treks, then this place should be your choice.
It is located at a distance of 10 kms from Munnar and is a land of incredible waterfalls. The sight of waters cascading down a hill from a height of around 1600 meters is an awe-inspiring one. The captivating surroundings make an outstanding picnic spot and trekking point.
Eravikulam National Park:
This flourishing national park is home to the Nilgiri Tahr and also to the Anamudi Peak which is located in the Southern region of the park.
It was initially established to protect the Nilgiri tahr (Nilgiri Ibex) and was recognized as a national park in the year 1978. It is spread over an area of 97 sq kms and is one of the most sought-after among the tourist attractions of Munnar. This park is remarkably beautiful and is a gem to the crown of Munnar.