Get a feel of the colonial era in Munnar!Munnarliterally means ‘three rivers’ and is at the confluence
of Nallathanni, Kundala, and Muthirapuzha. Located in the Western Ghats at a height of about 1600
meters above sea level it is a much-loved hill resort and the summer getaway of the erstwhile British
rulers of South India. Initially famous for its verdant green tea plantations, it is now a much sought-
after idyllic tourist destination with its sparkling streams and lakes, and rolling hills and meadows.
From trout fishing to trekking, golfing, walking, boating, etc., there are many things that one can do
The sights that are not be missed in Munnar are the Tea Museum, the Neelakurinji – the flower
that blooms once in 12 years, the endangered NilgiriTahr in the Eravikulam National Park,
Kolukkumalai – the highest tea estate, and the Top Station. Boating facilities are available in the
Mattupetty Dam and the Kundala Club boasts of a beautiful golf course. Some amazing views can be
had from the Lockhart Gap and the Nyamakad Gap. There are many trekking options – one to five
days. Day treks to Kolukkumalai, Lakshmi Hills, Lockhart Gap, and other places are organised.
If your penchant is the fruits and veggies, you can find them fresh at the Munnar Market. It is best to
travel to Munnar in the between September and March. Get the best deal with our Munnar tour