Munnar, South India's largest tea-growing region, is tucked in God's own Country, surrounded by the most breath-taking scenery.

This breath-taking hill station, situated at over 1,500m above sea level, offers spectacular low mountain scenery, complete with an awe-snspiring layer of hazy mist.

Best time to visit Munnar

the best time to visit Munnar is between, September and March because of the pleasant weather.

Chokramudi Peak

With a height of 2,100m above sea level, this peak is every bit as captivating as you would imagine.

Eravikulam National Park

This 97 square Km park, which is home to the Nilgriri Tahr, a native mammal of the Western Ghats.

Kundala Lake

Kundala Lake, located about 20Km from the city centres, is flanked by breath-taking views of lush green slopes overflowing with unrivalled cherry blossoms.

Lakkom Water Falls

this Waterfall, which is around 30Km from Munnar, is fed by the Eravikulam stream.

Lockhart Gap

Lorkhars Gap is a pictureque spot gets its name from the heart-shaped crevice that has formed naturally between two neighbouring mmountains.

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