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Munnar Tourism

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Munnar Tourism

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Munnar Tourism Guide

Your guide designed by experts to help you plan a memorable trip to this mesmerizing city

Lush meadows filled with tea and cardamom plantations and a cool climate make Munnar an idyllic hill station. A Munnar tour guide comprises of leisurely coffee and tea plantation tours, treehouse stays, camping and trekking among the scenic landscapes, spotting rare wildlife species at the national parks and shikhara rides. Anamudi Peak, Munnar Tea Museum, Devikulam, and Mattupetty Dam are some of the best places to visit in Munnar. So, book flights to Munnar and discover the charm of this hill station.

You can escape from the grueling summer heat at this hill station like the colonial rulers, who used this as a summer retreat. Though this destination can be visited throughout the year, the best time to visit Munnar would be from September to May, as this is when the weather is not too cold, but pleasant.

Whether you are traveling alone, with friends or with family, Munnar has something to offer for everyone. Kids will love adventure-laden activities at the Munnar valley. As part of the jungle theme, they can take part in scavenger hunts and rope-climbing activities here. Adults can enjoy exciting treks among the sprawling tea estates here and can spot the beautiful Neelakurinji flowers. Besides these activities, there are plenty of fun places to see and experiences that are part of any Munnar trip plan. These include a tour of the Eravikulam National Park to spot the renowned Nilgiri Tahr, boat rides on the Devikulam Lake, visiting the cattle village of Mattupetty and exploring the highest tea plantation in India, Kolukkumalai. 

If you are a nature lover, you should visit the renowned waterfalls like Attukal, Lakkam, Nyayamakad, Kuthumkal, Chinnakkal, Valara, Thoovanam and Cheeyapara. There are also plenty of souvenirs you can pick up from this hilly escapade like spices, tea and coffee variants, and aromatic oils like lemongrass, eucalyptus oil, and citriodora. 

Winter, from November to February, is the best time to visit Munnar in Kerala. Make sure you pick up different kinds of tea like cardamom tea, Elaichi flavored green tea and long leaf black tea. Tea lovers, in fact, will love visiting this hill station as there is also a Tea Museum here where you can actually pluck tea leaves to brew a cuppa of your favorite beverage. Besides tea and coffee, any guide to Munnar would also cite the delicious food here. Satiate your taste buds with some scrumptious Malabar cuisine while on a holiday tour here and experience the magic of Munnar!

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How To Reach Munnar

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By Air

Munnar has no airport of its own, however, the Cochin International Airport is close by.  By road, it is approximately 110 kilometers away. The other nearest airport to Munnar is the Madurai International Airport. This airport is ...

By Train

As Munnar does not have a railway station, you will have to travel to the nearest station, Aluva. This is around 110 kilometers from this city. You can also travel to Ernakulam, that is around 130 kilometers away. If you are trave...

By Road

Munnar has a well-established road network and it is easy to travel from this hill town to other parts of the state. You can board regular buses from the bus station at the main bazaar here. There are direct regular buses start fr...

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FAQ's of Munnar

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What is special about Munnar?

Home to extensive plantations of both tea and coffee, both the beverages and their local preparations are specialities of Munnar. Being a hill station, the weather is also something that makes Munnar quite special. Even in the summer months, Munnar's average high temperature is 26-28 degrees celsius. The Anamudi Peak which is near Munnar is also worth mentioning as it is the tallest peak in South India. The Eravikulam National Park is also home to the Nilgiri Tahir.

What activities can you do at Mattupetty Damn in Munnar?

Paddle Boating, speed boat ride, and horse riding are some of the activities you can do at Mattupetty Lake in Munnar. In the vicinity of the dam, tourists can visit the beautiful tea gardens that are a treat for nature lovers.

How much does staying in Munnar cost per day for a person?

There are rooms available from Rs.800 a night to Rs. 15,000 a night. Restaurants are plenty, mostly connected to hotels and serve various cuisines for roughly Rs. 200-300 per person for a meal. There are also cars available on rent for transport and cost anything between Rs. 600-2500 for half a day or the full day. At the very least, a day in Munnar would cost you Rs.1000-1500.

What is the best location to stay in Munnar?

As a lot of the attractions in Munnar are a little far from the main town, there is no specific ideal area to stay in Munnar. It is better to check according to the hotel that you are planning to stay in and get an idea of it's quality.

When is the best time to visit Munnar?

Munnar being a hill station, there is no bad time to visit really. Every season has it's own charm in the city. Though most people go in winter for trekking or in the summer to escape the heat, monsoon in Munnar is incredible as well. Heavy rains and lush greenery everywhere make it a beautiful experience. Monsoon is also the time when Munnar is the least crowded

Munnar Travel Guide

The breathtakingly beautiful haven of Munnar is perfect for nature lovers as there are lots of mountaintops, mist-covered hills, green meadows, rich forests and pristine lakes. Travel and tourism in Munnar mainly focus on the rich natural beauty of this region and thus you can undertake nature walks at the tea estates of Kolukkumalai. 

The rich aroma of the flavored tea leaves will enrich your senses. Adventure lovers will get their adrenaline rush from camping and trekking to elevated regions like the Echo Point and Top Station. As part of the travel guide for Munnar, visit Top Station, go on a shikara ride at Kundala dam and lake, and enjoy the romantic ambiance. After reaching these stations, you will get to see stunning views of the town and can also hear your own echo. Other ways you can get an adrenaline rush are from mountain biking on the slopes and trying watersports at the Mattupetty Dam.

Take a break from your action-packed day and spend time at the Eravikulam National Park to spot the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Other wildlife sanctuaries that you can visit on a trip to Munnar include Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary where you can spot the grizzled giant squirrel and the Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary that is home to a variety of local and migratory birds. A fun way to unwind after such adventure activities include a relaxing ayurvedic massage at a spa. While reading about Munnar tourism, you must have come across these Ayurvedic wellness centers. 

Try the classical deep tissue massage, an authentic Shirodhara or a Balinese massage. After rejuvenating your senses, venture out to explore the various sights and sounds of this town like the Anamudi mountain, Hydel Park, Munnar Tea Museum, the Attukal Waterfalls, Marayoor Dolmens, and Lockhart Gap. You can also visit the church where a scene from the famous movie, “Life of Pi” was shot. Kids should check out the rides at the Fun Forest Adventure Park or head to the National Adventure Foundation to try rappelling and rock climbing. 

Foodies should try the Kairali thali, idiyappam with vegetable stew, fish in Kerala curry, spicy chicken fry, appam and idli and dosas on this Munnar trip guide. After devouring delicious food, pick up souvenirs like aromatic oils, dyed traditional Kerala clothes like saris, stoles and shawls, tea, spices like cloves, cinnamon, pepper and cardamom, local handicrafts and home ground coffee. Thus, start planning your trip to Munnar to enjoy the beauty of nature with misty hills, waterfalls, lush green meadows, tea estates, an abundance of flora and fauna, and exotic scenery. 

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