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Munnar tours

Explore Munnar

Very Prea-Tea Indeed!

A hill station on the foothills of the Western Ghats, Munnar is one of the most sought-after tourists spots in Kerala. Carpeted in emerald green plantations, this place is one of the largest tea growing region of India and is far away from the hustle bustle of any other metropolis. Located at an altitude of 1,600 metres above sea level, this hill station is a perfect holiday destination for all types of travellers, from solo travellers to family excursions. With mountains gorged upon by tea plantations and a dam holding back a gargantuan lake make Munnar a delight unlike many other hill stations. These are some places in Munnar that merit a visit. 

Tea Plantation Visit - Munnar is synonymous with tea plantations and that is why, a visit here, makes for a great way to start your holiday adventure. There are more than 50 tea gardens and sprawling estates in the region, making this the ideal place to not just sip on a delicious cup of tea, but also understand the process of tea-making in a more comprehensive manner. Most of the tea plantations are owned by Kannan Devan Hill Plantations Company Pvt Ltd, which produces nearly 21 million kilograms of tea, annually. Further, don’t miss a visit to the Tea Museum {the first in the country} which is located in Munnar and pack a few packets of tea for friends and family, back home. A chance to enjoy a cup of tea in a more scenic location, does not come along very often.

Mattupetty Dam - Placed at a distance of 13km from Munnar, the Mattupetty Dam is a quaint town that is popular for its reservoir and dam. Besides a chance to enjoy some boating, this place is also popular for its elephants and other animals that come here, due to easy availability of water. Additionally, Mattupetty is also popular for the dairy farm that is run by the Indo-Swiss Livestock Project and is a great oportunity for you to encounter different high yielding breeds of cow.

Eravikulam National Park - A sanctuary that is located in Munnar, the Eravikulam National Park is home to the Nilgiri Tahr. Besides the Nilgiri Tahr, a rare mountain goat that is facing extinction, the forest is also home to a number of other animals, birds and butterflies. With magnificent views of tea plantations, along with rolling hills covered in blankets of mist, this park is truly scenic in all aspects. Once in twelve years, the hill slopes in the park are covered in a carpet of blue, resulting from the flowering of Neelakurinji, a plant indigenous to the Western Ghats of India, making it a visual treat for travellers (the next bloom of bright blue flowers is expected in 2018). The lines at the park can get long, so it is best to book the tickets online from their website.

Chinnakanal and Anayirangal - The waterfalls of Chinnakanal are located near Munnar and are popularly called the Power House Waterfalls. They cascade down a steep rock, almost 2000 metres above the sea level, making it an ideal location to not just enjoy some scenic beauty but also click some beautiful pictures for your social media. From here, you can make your way to Anayirangal, which is located another seven kilometres away. With its lush green carpets of tea plants, meandering roads and incredible weather, this is one journey that you will not forget for a very long time.

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