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To And Fro Highlights of Munnar

Munnar is a hill station situated above 1600 meter above sea-level in Western Ghats. The name derived because of the confluence of three rivers, Madhurappuzha, Nallathanni and Kundali. Munnar is situated in Kannan Devam village in Devikulam Taluk, Idukki District. Major railway stations are Eranakulam and Alwaye (approximate distance 140 kilometers) and nearest airport is Kochi (Approximate 105 kilometeres).

LAKKOM WATER FALLS

This waterfalls is about 25 kms from Munnar on the way to Udumalaipettai. Lakkom waterfalls is part of Eravikulam National Park. The cascading waterfalls and the scenic surroundings makes it tourists favorite hideout in Munnar.

BLOSSOM PARK

Blossom International Park is about 3 km away from Munnar town and it spreads over 16 acres. It is a peaceful location to enjoy a calm and relaxing nature walk admiring flowers and surrounding green hillside. The park offer many activities for tourists like boating, cycling, roller skating etc.

TEA MUSEUM

This tea museum is first of its kind in India. It is located at KDHP’s Nullatanni estate in Munnar. The aim of this museum according to its founders is to showcase the growth of more-than-a-century-old tea plantations in this region. Anyone visiting this museum will get a clear picture of how laborious this tea processing really is.

RAJAMALAI (PART OF ERAVIKULAM NATIONAL PARK)

Unbelievable beauty and divine perfection .Rajamala, part of Eravikulam national park, is located at about 15 kms from Munnar. This region is the natural habitat of the NilgiriTahr (Hemitragashylocres). It was converted to a national park to provide a safe sanctuary for the already endangered species of NilgiriTahr

ECHO POINT

Scream as aloud as you can and touch your childhood, wait for a minute and here your echo back. Echo Point is about 15 km from Munnar. It’s quite interesting. If you have kids with you. They will love it. They can experience this natural phenomenon firsthand.

TOP STATION

Hands straight up and you can touch the clouds. It is about 40 km from Munnar and it is 1,880 meters above sea level. The panoramic view of the Western Ghats and the valley of Theni from Top station is simply breathtaking. Top station got this name from it’s being the uppermost located railway station on the Kundala Valley Railway.

KUNDALA LAKE

Kundala Lake is an artificial reservoir of a minor arch shaped dam huddled between the mountain ranges. It is about a 20 km drive from Munnar. There is boating facility there. And don’t forget to go for a Shikara boat ride while you are there!

MATTUPETTY DAM

To enjoy the nature along with the beautiful reservoir which is built between the hill ranges, one should drive 13 km away from Munnar to the concrete gravity Mattupetty dam .It is also one of the waterholes where herds of elephants often visit.

PALLIVASAL TEA ESTATE

It has the beauty of rolling hills and tea gardens. Its panoramic views will take your breath away by their beauty. Pallivasal offers you a magnificent view of Sahya Mountain Ranges. A winding pathway leads you to the privacy of eternity.

ATTUKAD WATERFALLS

Now this is a scenic waterfalls located between Munnar and Pallivasal. It is just 9 km away from Munnar. But this waterfalls will be in its full glory only after the monsoon (Rainy season). During other seasons, it is just a trickling mountain stream

GAP VIEW POINT

ideal spot for adventurous tourism and trekking. Located 13 km away from Munnar the mist clad hills and the lush greenery makes this place very attractive. The panoramic view of this place makes it a worth to visit.

MARAYOOR SANDAL WOOD FOREST

Marayoor is the only place in Kerala with a natural growth of sandalwood trees. The sandalwood factory run by the Forest Department is of tourist interest.

CHINNAR WILDLIFE SANCTUARY

Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, is located 18 km north of Marayoor on SH 17 in the Marayoor and Kanthalloor Panchayats of Devikulam Taluk in the Idukki district of Kerala state in South India.

NEELAKURINJI , THE FLOWER OF THE BLUE MOUNTAINS

Kerala is blessed with many natural spectacles and among them is a unique canvas that gets unveiled every twelve years in God’s Own Country.The phenomenon of once in twelve years occurring on the fabled hills of Munnar is attributed to the blooming of Neelakurinji or passionately called by botanists as ‘Strobilanthes kunthianum’. The purple-blue neelakurinji is in bloom again in parts of the hilly grasslands of Munnar.

DEVIKULAM

This idyllic hill station, situated about 8 km from Munnar, with its velvet lawns, exotic flora and fauna and the cool mountain air is a rare experience. The Sita Devi Lake, here, with its mineral waters and picturesque surroundings is a good picnic spot. The lake is also ideal for trout fishing.


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