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Places To Visit In Munnar

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Munnar Tourism

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Sep - May



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Best Places To Visit In Munnar

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Mist-covered mountains, lush forests, tea plantations, waterfalls and charming valleys are what come to mind when one thinks of Munnar. Along with a favorable climate and natural beauty, there are plenty of places to visit in Munnar on a holiday here.

Stretched along the Western Ghats, this hill town is filled with scenic tea plantations where you can stroll around in with ease. The Kolukkumalai Tea Estate infact is one of the major tourist attractions in Munnar. These tea plantations are located about 7900 ft above sea level and you can visit the factory here. Watch the traditional methods of tea processing and sip on a cup of freshly brewed tea. 

You can also visit the Tata Tea or KDHP Museum where you can learn the age-old secrets of how tea is processed. There are also plenty of antiquities to view here, like the burial urn that was excavated from Periakanal Estate and dates back to the 2nd century AD. You can also savor some of the delicious cardamom tea made here.

Apart from tea, Munnar is also known for its rich bounty of flora and fauna. This can be seen at the Hydel / Blossom Park that is located near the Pallivasal hydroelectric project. Blossom Park is one of the best places to visit in Munnar as you can enjoy cycling, roller skating, boating, resting on hammocks as well as spending time at the meditation caves. Families can also enjoy picnics here at this park while viewing the beauty of nature all around.

Munnar is also famous for its glistening waterfalls like the Attukal Waterfalls, the Cheeyappara Waterfalls, the Thommankuthu Falls, the Lakkam Waterfalls and the Nyayamkadu Waterfalls. Enjoy a fun romantic escapade amidst the green jungles and rolling meadows of the Attukal Waterfalls. There is also a tea shop at the end of these waterfalls where you can enjoy a cup of delicious cardamom tea.

You can also enjoy the beauty of nature at the elevated stations: Top Station and Echo Point. These two stations are Munnar tourist spots as they are situated at an elevated region from where you can get panoramic views of the city. Echo point is also a beauty to behold as it is located at the confluence of three streams: Nallathanni, Kundala, and Mudrapuzha. From this point, you can scream out your own name and hear the echo resonate all over the region.

On the way to Echo Point, you can take a shikara boat ride to Kundala Lake. This is perfect for couples as they can enjoy the fresh mountain air and the misty surroundings while nestling against one another on this boat ride. If you are lucky, you may also be able to spot the Neelakurunji flowers which bloom once in twelve years.

Tea gardens in Munnar are one of the best attractions in this scenic hill station. The Anamudi Peak, the tallest mountain in South India, is among famous trekking places in Munnar. The mountain and the surrounding forest is one of the popular places to visit in Munnar in one day. Select from our listings of Munnar sightseeing packages and make your holiday in Kerala memorable.  


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Eravikulam National Park


The wildlife warden munnar PO, idukki dist. kerala, india,...

Spread over around 97 square kilometers, the Eravikulam National Park in Munnar is one of Kerala’s most sought after tourist hotspots. When you visit the park, you can expect to find all kinds of f...

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The Mattupetty Dam in Munnar is a sight to behold.
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Mattupetty Dam In Munnar


Mattupetty Dam, Mattupetty, Kerala 685616

Surrounded by the lush hills of Mattupetty, the Mattupetty Dam is one of the major tourist hotspots of Kerala. This dam lies about 13 kilometers from Munnar and is a nature lover’s delight surrounded ...

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 Scale new heights as you trek to the Anamudi Peak In Munnar
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Anamudi Peak In Munnar


Kannan Devan Hills, Kerala, 685561, India.

Misty hills, lush valleys, scenic routes are what surround the majestic Anamudi Peak in Munnar. Situated at a height of 2,695 meters, Anamudi Peak in the Idukki district not only the highest peak in S...

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The picturesque views will astound you
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Top Station in Munnar


Top Station, Kerala 625582

The Western Ghats in Kerala have been used for tea plantation since the British Raj. One of these heavenly places in God’s Own Country is Munnar. This hill station lies within the largest tea-growing ...

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The wildlife of Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary in Munnar amazes you
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Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary in Munnar


Munnar - Udumalpet Road, Munnar, Kerala 685612

If you are a nature lover, flock to the scenic and majestic Chinnar wildlife sanctuary where there are a variety of high sholas,  dry deciduous forests, and some grasslands. When you visit this wildli...

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The fragrance of the tea gardens will astound you
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Tea Museum in Munnar


Nullatanni, Munnar, Kerala 685612

Opened by Tata Tea group in 2005, the Tea Museum diligently displays the origin and evolution of century-old tea plantations in Munnar. The museum is among the most significant places to visit in Munn...

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 Refresh your senses at Meesapulimala in Munnar
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Meesapulimala In Munnar


Post Office Junction, Munnar, Idukki, Kerala - 685612.

Gurgling brooks, blooming rhododendrons and dazzling hillocks make Meesapulimala a natural paradise. This is South India’s second highest peak that is situated at a majestic height of 8724 feet above...

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Be charmed by the beauty of Devikulam In Munnar
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Devikulam In Munnar


Idukki District, Munnar, Kerala, 685616, India

Spend time in solitude with nature in the velvet lawns, and the charming hilly terrains of Devikulam. Enjoy the pious atmosphere of this quaint hill-station at the mythical Sita Devi Lake. According t...

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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


Other places to see in Munnar include the famous Eravikulam National Park where you can spot the endangered Nilgiri Tahr mountain goat.  Then there is the Marayoor Dolmens that is an adventure-laden land filled with waterfalls, rocky hills, rivers, sandalwood trees, bamboo forests, paintings and cave temples.<readmore>

Another adventurous place is the Anamudi peak which is good for trekking expeditions. Similarly, the  Lockhart Gap is a good place to go trekking and rock climbing with its majestic sights and cool mountain climate.

Besides these, there are other tourist spots in Munnar like the Life of Pi Church, Devikulam, Mattupetty Dam and Mattupetty Indo-Swiss Farm, Photo Point, Fun Forest Adventure Park and the Pothamedu View Point. Get set to enjoy a trip filled with wondrous hotspots, scenic attractions and natural wonders in Munnar!