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Welcome to Munnar in Kerala, India
Munnar is a collection of vast green-tea estates first established by a Scotsman in the late 19th century . In the days of the Raj, it became a popular “hill station” among Britishers and after Independence it became one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. The nearest airport to Munnar is Cochin International Airport (IATA: COK, ICAO: VOCI) in Nedumbassery in Kerala.
Munnar has gorgeous views of rolling hills covered with tea and cardamom plantations. The cool and salubrious climate making it ideal for Honeymoon Packages. You can experience Nature at its best when you go for a Munnar Tourism Experience.
Munnar is a colonial town, clean and neat and brightly painted,it has its own charm. The town itself is beautifully maintained. The gentle people of Munnar live in a peaceful, relaxing enclave untouched by the troubles that afflict other parts the world.
Best things to do in Munnar include Tea gardens, some of the highest in the world stretch up the sides of the hills and are interspersed with pockets of forest rich in wildlife.
Munnar is one of the best places for honeymoon packages in India as well as adventure tourism . Munnar makes an interesting change from coastal, palm fringed Kerala plains. The climate and the tourist spots in Munnar are all so captivating and a pleasure to the eyes . This also include vast mountains of tea estates from which Kerala’s tea industry gets the maximum tea leaves. Munnar has something to offer for everyone and you can also enjoy your tryst with Munnarin few of the Best Treehouse Resorts in Munnar
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Eravikulam National Park
Eravikulam National Park is the most sought after destination in Munnarand only tourist destination in Kerala, where the endangered Nilgiri Thar is protected. Spread over 97 sq. km., this park holds the largest viable population of Tahr, several other species of rare animals, birds and butterflies.
Best time to Visit Munnar
Munnar has a salubrious, comfortable and pleasing climate throughout the year. Best time to Visit Munnar varies based on why you want to visit Munnar. The weather in Munnar in summer which is a peak season from March to May is comfortable.Peak season in Munnar is from October to March every year.
Echo Point Munnar
Echo point Munnar is one of the must see attractions in Munnar anytime round the year . The mesmerizing place gets its name by the natural echo phenomenon that occurs in the place. The uniqueness of this place lies in the fact that on shouting your voice returns reverberates to you with what you shouted.
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August 2018 to November 2018 is the best blooming season of Neelakurinji Flowers-When Munnar Blooms Blue and the hills change from Green to Blue in August 2018 to November 2018 ! That time of the decade has come; the time nature lovers and travel buffs have been waiting for. After 12 long years, Neelakurinji bloom is set to […]
Top Station Munnar
Top Station Munnar is the highest point of Munnar and rises around 1700 meter above the sea level.Top Station Munnar is around 32 km away from the main town of Munnar. Top station is located on the Kodaikanal-Munnar highway close to the Tamil Nadu—Kerala border. This special place is located in the Kannan Devan Hill ranges […]
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Munnar is among the most popular honeymoon spots from Bangalore . Munnar means Three rivers and the popular tourist destination derives its name from the confluence of the three rivers Madhurapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala rivers. It was a popular summer station during the British rule and the british planters introduced tea plantations to Munnar. Today, […]