(3 nights 4 days-Rs.25000/person including flight)

About Munnar

Munnar is a quaint town and an idyllic hill station located in the Western Ghats of Kerala. Set at an altitude of 6000 ft in the district of Idukki, Munnar used to be the summer resort of the British rulers during colonial times. It is known for its green belt of lush forests and unending expanse of tea estates and is also home to some of the endangered species of animals like Neelakurinji and Nilgiri Tahr. It is known to be one of the most sought after tourist destinations in South India due to its pristine valleys, mountains, and exotic varieties of flora and fauna.

Places to visit

Eravikulam National Park

Eravikulam National Park is located at a drive of 45 minutes from the City Centre of Munnar and is situated atop a summit of Western Ghats. Spread around a land stretch of 97 kilometers, this is one of the most sought place for Munnar sightseeing. It houses a plethora of flora and fauna and accounts itself amidst the other UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Mattupetty Dam

Right in the lap of hills in Munnar lies the Mattupetty Dam, named after the hill station of Mattupetty. This concrete storage gravity dam was constructed in the 1940s for the purposes of hydropower generation and water conversation. Today, the dam is not only a major source of electricity in the region but also a popular tourist spot.

Echo Point

Located 15 kilometres from Munnar, at an altitude of 600 feet above the sea level is the famous Echo Point. Known for its natural echo phenomenon, it is at Echo Point where you can hear your voice reverberate back to you as an echo when you shout. Situated along the banks of the picturesque Kundala Lake, Echo Point is surrounded by misty clouds, hills, verdant meadows and forests, which make a visit to this scenic place even more exhilarating.

Kundala Point

Kundala Lake offers a plethora of natural gems to wanderlust tourists who are ready to go the extra mile for satisfying their nomadic drives. Located at an altitude of 1700 metres from sea level Kundala Lake is a must stopover en route Munnar. Rolling tea plantations on the slopes of the Nilgiris under the canopy of the blue sky above with mild aroma of fresh tea leaves will make holiday experiences richer than ever.

Indo Swiss Project

Mattupetti Dairy farm, also known as Indo-Swiss farm is a dairy farm started under the Indo-Swiss project in Kerala. Dedicated to cattle development and research, the Indo-Swiss project started in 1963 to improve livestock farming in the state. Also known as ‘cattle village’ Mattupetty is a tiny, charming village famous for its green lands and forests.

Pothanmedu View Point

Drenched in the mist and greenery, Pothamedu viewpoint is a spot worth trekking to. This viewpoint enables a panoramic vista of the valley and if the day is clear, you can also see Muthirapuzha River and Idukki Arch Dam from quite a height. The view is made of series of emerald hill slopes where tea, coffee, cardamom, and pepper make a blanket of green all over the hills.

Tata Tea Museum

Kannan Devan Tea Estate is a Tata-owned tea estate in Munnar which homes to most of the tea estates of Munnar. The Tata Tea Museum, also known as KDHP Museum, is located at 2 km from the centre of Munnar. It is a part of the Nallathanni Estate of Tata Tea.

Kolukkumalai Tea Estate

Luring tourists for its breathtaking atmosphere and awe-inspiring scenic beauty of lush tea gardens, this place is famous all over the world for cultivating special and flavorsome tea leaves. This tea estate shelters an ancient tea factory that dates back to the mid twentieth century. This factory makes use of the old, conventional techniques and methodologies for producing tea, even today.

Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary

Chinnar wildlife sanctuary is amongst the most promising location to enjoy nature in its full swing - the reason many visitors love to tour this park. This UNESCO World Heritage sanctuary sprawls around the area of 90 sq km. Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary nestles amidst the Western Ghats with a myriad of marvelous peaks boosting its beauty.

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