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    Selfie at Spice Garden

    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. Know from Salim and wife about their experience of Munnar trip from Bangalore.

    Our Munnar Trip From Bangalore Package Details

    Trip Type: Tour
    Cost: INR 8000
    Duration: 5 days & 4 Nights
    No. of people: 2 Adults, 0 Children
    Inclusions: Breakfast, Dinner, Hotel, Transfers, Sightseeing, Arrival Assistance
    Exclusions: Lunch, Entry Fees, Personal Expenses

    Itinerary Of Our 3 Days Munnar Tour

    Day 1: Arrival in Munnar
    Day 2: Munnar Sightseeing Tour
    Day 3: Leave Munnar

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    Munnar Weather In July

    Munnar witnesses salubrious weather throughout the year and the monsoon season is one of the most beautiful times to explore this town in Kerala. Pouring rainfalls highlights the greenery of tea plantations, transforming it into a breathtaking scenery. Moreover, this is the best time to grab most of the discounts and get one of the cheapest tour packages. On top of this, you will be exploring Munnar in solarity without much tourist crowd.

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    Places To Visit In Munnar

    Here are some of the top places to visit in Munnar that you can cover with your partner. A visit to Munnar without visiting these places is incomplete. So, make sure you include them in your itinerary.

    1. Mattupetty Dam

    Mattupetty Dam
    Dam
    Lake View
    Selfie At Mountain
    Chilling At Mountain
    Mountain View
    Mountain

    The first stops on the Munnar trip from Bangalore included Mattupetty Dam, Shooting Point, and Kundale Lake. Mattupetty Dam is a scenic dam in the Idukki District of Kerala. This concrete dam is built in the mountains and is a major source of electricity. The stored water and the mountainous and lush background forms a picturesque scene, altogether.

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    2. Spice Garden

    spice garden
    Mountain

    Kerala is the ‘Land of Spices’ and I was always intrigued by this fact. Our visit to the lush spice garden in Munnar was full of astonishment. One of the most popular spices in Kerala, the Black Pepper has impacted world history. The spice garden has a huge plantation of Black Pepper. Other spices grown here include cardamom, curcuma, ginger, and cinnamon. Hills in the Southern part of our country has favorable soil, climate, and sunlight for growing spices. This is why we have Cardamom hills in the south of Western Ghats. They are the ‘world known spice hills’. Spice plantation visit was interesting as we could see how the spices of our kitchen look in their natural form.

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    3. Echo Point

    Beautiful Greenery Place
    Mountain SideView
    lush spice garden
    Selfie Of Mine
    Beautiful Selfie at Echo Point
    waterfall
    Beautiful Place

    Next stop on our Munnar trip From Bangalore was the Echo Point which is a highly picturesque spot around a reservoir in Munnar. The reservoir lake is considerably big in size and adds a lot of serenity to the whole landscape. The lush green forest covers its surrounding hills. This place got its name from the special phenomenon, echoing of sound. Echo Point is located in the gorgeous Kannan Devan Hills. This is a hotspot for activities like boating and hiking. It is also a great picnic spot.

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    4. Rose Garden

    Rose Garden Selfie
    Beautiful Flowers

    The Rose Garden in Munnar was one of the best places we visited on our Munnar trip from Bangalore. The garden is home to a huge variety of flowers and plants with medicinal properties. You would get to various flowers, shrubs, cactus, and herbal plants. The plant is operated and maintained by Kerala Forest Development Centre (KFDC). The garden has an amenity center that consists of toilets, shops, coffee, and snacks stalls. This was a colorful and lush green garden and we really enjoyed visiting it.

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    What To Pack For A 3-Day Trip

    Here is a list of the most important things that you must carry with yourself for Munnar travel from Bangalore for 3 days.

    • Since June is the time of the monsoon season, you must carry an umbrella, a windcheater or raincoat, and an extra pair of clothes in case you need them.
    • Pack enough loose clothes for three days. Loose clothes will help you deal with humidity easily.
    • Make sure you carry your ID and other important documents wherever you go.
    • Always keep extra cash with you and do not rely on ATM machines.

    Tips From Our Munnar Travel Experience

    • The best way of sightseeing in Munnar is by hiring a cab as it is cost-effective and provides a comfortable experience.
    • Do not miss to visit National park in Munnar as it beautiful and amazing.
    • It is better not to travel during the summer season.
    • Munnar has hair-pin bend roads so drive carefully at narrow stretches.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Q. How is the road from Bangalore to Munnar?

    A. There are different routes from Bangalore to Munnar and all the roads on these routes are smooth without any hindrances. So, a Munnar trip from Bangalore can be a hassle-free vacation via roadways.

    Q. How do you get around Munnar?

    A. One of the best and most convenient ways to get around Munnar is to opt for a taxi that will take you to the top tourist destinations and good restaurants to dine in.

    Q. Which city is near Munnar?

    A. Ernakulam is the closest city near Munnar which is located 125 kilometers away.

    Q. What can I buy in Munnar?

    A. There is a wide variety of things to buy in Munnar like handicrafts, fresh spices,home-made chocolates, tea, coffee, wooden items, and aromatic oils.

    Q. Is there snowfall in Munnar?

    A. Although Munnar does not witnesses snowfall, however, a layer of frost and snow has been noticed in the nearby areas of Munnar in winter when the temperature drops to the freezing point.

    Q. How can I go to Ooty from Munnar?

    A. To cover the distance of 242 kilometers, one can easily hire a taxi or drive a car from Munnar to Ooty. Another way reaching Ooty is by taking one of the buses running in between the two towns.

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    You can also plan a trip to Kerala and head to Munnar from Bangalore just like Salim and wife to celebrate your loved one’s birthday and to make the memories unforgettable. So, wait no more and pack your bags for Munnar trip from Bangalore and have an amazing time amidst the green foliage of Kerala with your spouse.

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