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      Munnar

      Munnar is one of the most popular tourist destinations when we talk about tourism in South India. It is a very beautiful town situated in the state of Kerala in the lap of the Western Ghats mountain range. It is one of the most popular hill stations in India. This town was initially settled as a resort for the officers of the British Raj.

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      Coorg is for the hopeless romantics, nature lovers and adventure seekers which welcomes tourists with open arms throughout the year. It is a treat for nature photographers and coffee aficionados. On the other hand, Munnar is a tranquil and serene place to spend holidays in the natural beauty of lush green and backwaters. Enjoy living in treehouses, exploring wildlife, nature, and boat rides in Munnar. Tourists have compared Coorg vs Munnar several times and it might be difficult but not impossible to choose.   

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      Kerala in South India has three of the highest mountain peaks of Western Ghats. And if you are out and about in Munnar in May, you are in for a treat. To beat the summer heat you must plan a getaway and explore the most famous places to visit in Munnar in May. Munnar is a hill station that comes under a tropical rainforest.

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      Are you planning for a vacation trip now? Is it in south India? Then, you will get highly confused because there are so many amazing places to visit which will mesmerize you with stunning natural beauty. The southern part of India is full of lush green valleys, hills, coffee gardens, and wonderful weather. Today, the competition is between Kodaikanal vs Munnar. Both of these places are wonderful because of the awesome natural beauty. Kodaikanal is the beautiful hill station in Tamil Nadu and it means ‘The Gift of the Forest’. Once you are here, you can experience granite cliffs, deep blue lakes, ravishing waterfalls, forested valleys and so on.

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      Munnar is a scenic town in the Western Ghats in Kerala. Famous as a honeymoon destination, Munnar offers you with the most splendid views. The rolling hills, covered with lush tea plantations and the misty clouds, make it a perfect destination for couples and families.

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      Munnar is a famous tourist spot in the Western Ghats mountain range in India’s Kerala state. This town cum tourist destination is famous worldwide for the serene natural beauty that captivates every traveller.

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      Owing to its extensive coastline, palm-lined beaches, azure backwaters, and a developed network of canals, God’s own country, Kerala, is the golden ticket

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      With its lush green mountains and serene surroundings, Kerala entices travelers to aboard this land of immense natural beauty and peaceful surroundings. This couple had an opportunity to make the most of their time together and what better destination than Kerala? Read on to know their travel story.

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      Munnar upswings as three mountain streams merge - Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni, and Kundala. 1600m above sea level, it is considered that the hill station was once the resort of the British Raj elites.

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      Traveling to a new place is an unforgettable moment and these memories make you a storyteller. Ever wonder why people die to explore new places and what makes them go through long preparation and planning for a tour.

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      Expansive tea plantations, postcard-worthy views, and the presence of unique and luxurious accommodations have Munnar a top holiday choice for many Indians. In fact, it has emerged as one of the top honeymoon destinations in the country. Home to a thriving variety of flora and fauna, along with expansive stretches of natural beauty and some of the most picturesque sunsets to ever grace the country with their presence, Munnar is the perfect South Indian hill station in every sense of the word. Read more

      Munnar is one of the finest towns resting gracefully in the Western Ghats mountain range in the very beautiful south Indian state of Kerala. It was once known to be a former resort for the British Raj elite and is well surrounded by beautiful hills and tea plantations said to be established dating back to the 19th century.

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      Munnar is a motley canvas of sloping lush green tea plantations, gushing streams by the hillsides, and winding undulating paths.

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      Sun, sand, and sea, the three S words that make life worth it. Amidst lengthy coastlines, clear blue waters and palm-fringed shores, the magnificent beaches near Munnar are ideal destinations to go for a vacation where you can rewind and relax.

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      Munnar is known for its serene nature and beauty. One should definitely visit this place for its religious history based on Hinduism. Munnar has several temples and religious devotees that have celebrations for all their Gods and Goddesses.

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      Munnar is an important city of Kerala, which is known as ‘God’s own country’ and is a beautiful part of this state. The surroundings of this city are such that you will get closer to nature in a true sense. Moreover, the city has several tea plantations which make the sightings beautiful and overall a perfect destination to calm the adventure junkie in you.

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      Munnar is a heaven for lush green tea plantations and surrounded by streams. The undulating paths are a traveler’s paradise which is visited every year by travellers all around the world who are hooked into exploring new places and its popular activities.

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      Kerala is truly known as ‘God’s own country,’ and Munnar is one beautiful part of this state. If you want to get closer to nature in a true sense, then you should definitely plan out a trip to Munnar. The city has several tea plantations making it even more beautiful and is a perfect destination to treat the adventure junkie in you.

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      A hill station that forms when three mountain streams unite. That’s Munnar for you. 1600 metres above sea level, this destination which is now a popular tourist destination was once a summer resort of the British government.

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      Mere words cannot describe the beauty of this lush paradise tucked away in Kerala. Replete with endless natural beauty wrapped up in its misty hills, rolling tea estates, refreshing waterfalls, scenic lakes, and the most gorgeous sunsets you’d ever have seen, this charming little hill town is unlike any other.

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      What comes to your mind when we say ‘rolling pastures’, ‘tea gardens’, and ‘winding roads’? Well, for us, this beautiful combination can only point to one location in the lush Western Ghats of India - Munnar! Blessed with postcard-perfect landscapes that can put anyone in a trance, Read more

      Couples have many interesting reasons to travel the world together. All you need to do is find a reason for yourself. It may sound like an excuse but any excuse to travel is worth it. Here’s a couple who do not find a reason to travel together.

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      With its sprawling tea gardens and tranquil backwaters, Kerala is truly one of the underrated gems in India. Jungle safaris, houseboats and the traditional artforms are only some of the experiences that one can enjoy here. Read more

      Travel for me is all about exploring new places, indulging in cultures, enjoying photography and becoming a better version of myself. But this time, since I was going on my honeymoon, the trip was extra special. Read more

      Just as we thought winter was passing us by, a surprising weather anomaly happened as Munnar temperature dropped below zero degrees. Read more