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Munnar Known as Kashmir of South India, Munnar is situated in Kerala. Snuggled in the lap of such an alluring terrain, Munnar is one of the most beautiful hill stations in Kerala. Enchanting beaches, diverse wildlife, picturesque landscape and flawless backwaters make Kerala an enthralling tourist destination in India. Munnar- an idyllic destination is located at an altitude of 6000 feet above sea level. Munnar derives its name from the Tamil word 'munnu' meaning "three" and 'aar' means "River"- spelled as Munnar on combining. The place is situated between the confluence of three rivers namely Madurapuzha, Nallathanni, and Kundala.

Its exotic series of flora and fauna make it a favorite summer resort not only of today but from the times of British rulers in colonial days. Kerala Munnar not only embraces people with its natural ambience but with its amazing foggy hills, and its aromatic zing of tea and coffee plantations. This pleasing and breathtaking hill station has always been famous among honeymooners and tourists from all over the world. The place is a paradise for nature lovers and provides them the best ambience, the honeymooners require for their dream honeymoon tour. Its beauty never misses to captivate people's mind and soul with its very first glimpse. Rambling tea plantations, rising and falling hills swathe in bright green beauty of flourishing valleys are big attractions for families. Various adventure sports like rock climbing, trekking, paragliding make this heavenly place a perfect holiday spot for you and your family.Kerala.

Munnar tourism has made this place easily reachable from various parts of the country through railways, road and even airways. Driving to Munnar can be adventurous but you can even go for the air travel, the nearest airport is Cochin airport. A Munnar travel guide can make you visit each and every exotic place in the city. The main attractions of the place are Eravikulam national park -jungle safari in Eravikulam Park can give an astonishing sight of Tigers, Leopard, Langur, Elephants, Sambars, Nilgiri tahr and many other rare species. Anamudi peaks which is known to be the best place for trekking and other adventure sports is located within Eravikulam national park and is also said to be the highest peak in south India. Chinnar wildlife sanctuary, pothamedu, devikulam, kuthumkal waterfalls and echo pint are some of the main visiting places in Munnar Kerala. Not only this, but much more about what all you desire for you perfect vacations or honeymoon, can be availed by the Munnar Holiday Packages. The best nature speckled beauty, long natural walks, drives, romance and grandeur will make your trip an ideal one.

Sightseeing at Wayanad:-


Pothamedu is one of the major plantation hubs of Munnar. Views of coffee, tee, and cardamom plantations are excellent from this place. It is an ideal place for trekking and hiking amidst lush mountains, rolling hills, and breathtaking scenery.


This idyllic hill station with its velvet lawns, exotic flora and fauna and the cool mountain air is a rare experience. The Sita Devi Lake with its mineral waters and picturesque surroundings is a good picnic spot.


Pallivasal is situated around 8 km from Munnar. It has the distinction of being home to the first hydropower project in Kerala.It is a place of immense scenic beauty.

Echo point

As its name suggests, the place has a natural echo phenomenon. Echo point is on the way to Top Station from Munnar.


A precious but little-known place situated at a distance of 15 km from Munnar, Rajamala is home to almost half the population of Nilgiri tahrs (a rare mountain goat). In fact, the Eravikulam-Rajamala region is the natural habitat of this almost extinct species with around 1,000 of them staying here.


This small hill station exudes an old-world charm with its old playgrounds and courts, bungalows, and sleepy little cottages that point to its colonial past. Home of the Pallyvasal Hydel Power Project, this hill town is also famous to the tourists for its picturesque tea plantations.


Located between Munnar and Rajamala, Nyayamakad is a land of breathtaking waterfalls of Kerala. The waters cascade down a hill from a height of about 1600 meters.

Tata Tea Museum

Located 2 Km from Munnar Centre on the Nallathany Road.
Collection of old bits and pieces from the colonial era can be seen here. Demonstration of tea production. Information on machinaries, tea processing and tea tasting. Photography and Videography prohibited here.
Working Time: 10.00 AM - 4.00 PM.
Monday holiday


Mattupetty is 14 Km away from Munnar. Mattupetty dam has an agriculture garden on its banks. Speed boat ride through the dam is also available.

Top Station

Top Station is 40 Km away from Munnar. From here you can get a spectacular view of the plains of Tamilnadu. Kundalai Dam is on the Munnar-Top Station road.


Marayoor is about 40 Km away, where Sandalwood forest, Muniyaras (ancient caves) and water falls (Thoovanam) are located


Anamudi the highest peak of South India is close to Munnar and is a great place for adventurous trekking.

How to reach there

Nearest bus station: Munnar

Nearest airport: 125 km away from Nedumbassery airport.

Nearest railway station: 120 km away from Aluva