Munnar tour packages
Welcome to Munnar packages, the jewel of God’s own country, Kerala. It is the largest tea growing region in South India, so once you set foot in its beautiful grounds, you will be greeted with emerald green tea plantations in lustrous hills. Munnar is a picturesque piece of land, always fresh and welcoming. It is also known as the High Range of Travancore, and serves as the trading status of some of the highest tea-growing estates in the world.
Munnar, the city, can be a bit overwhelming for those who try to escape the hustle and bustle of city life, but get away from the hustle and bustle, and the pleasant view of the emerald green plantation will soothe your aching eyes. Munnar is much more than a weekend getaway. It is a place for restless souls.
Here we have the best Munnar tour packages for you. So, what are you waiting for? Prepare your bags and plan a fascinating holiday in Munnar.
Best Places to Visit in Munnar
Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the best known tourist destinations in the Kerala region. It is located in the rain shadow region on the eastern slopes of Western Ghats, next to Tamil Nadu. This area is rich in ethnic cultural heritage and diverse in ecosystem. It is a unique thorn scrub forest with many xerophytic species. It is a giant grizzled squirrel habitat in danger of extinction of India. Unlike other sanctuaries in Kerala, it receives less than two months of rain each year. It is a well-known repository of medicinal plants and is compatible with a healthy population of star turtles, gaur, spotted deer, slender Ioris, wild elephants, leopards, tigers and many other animals, birds and insects.
Eravikulam National Park is one of Munnar’s most popular attractions. Covering an area of 97 square kilometers, this national park is known to be the home of NilgiriTahr, an endangered mountain goat of the region. Located along the western Ghats, this wildlife reserve houses a wide variety of animals, birds and rare butterfly species.
The mountainous slopes of Eravikulam look lovely when the Neelakurinji flower is one of its silly flowers, after every 12 years. This wildlife reserve is not only known for its wildlife, but also for the adventure opportunities it offers. As Anamudi Peak, the highest peak in South India, is located within the park, it is quite popular among hikers. One can enjoy a panoramic view of the surrounding hills covered with mist and lush tea gardens.
Lakkom Waterfalls, also known as Lakkam Waterfalls, this attraction is located at a distance of 25 km from Munnar, on the way to Udumalaipettai. This waterfall is part of the well-known Eravikulam National Park. When you reach this waterfall, you adore the fascinating surroundings and the scenic beauty of the surroundings. This waterfall is quite popular amidst nature lovers, honeymooners and locals too
Mattupetty located at a distance of around 13 km from Munnar, is a serene city that is extremely popular for the Dam and Mattupetty Reservoir. Built in the middle of hills, the main objective of this dam is to store water for hydroelectric projects. One of the main tourist attractions in Munnar, the Mattupetty Dam is the perfect place to enjoy pleasant views of the surroundings. The lake created from the dam offers boat rides for both tourists and locals to explore the serene surroundings. You can also see herds of elephants quenching their thirst on the shore of the lake.
Mattupetty Dairy Farm
The town of Mattupetty is also famous for an Indo-Swiss farm, The Mattupetty Dairy Farm. Fall under the Indo-Swiss livestock project and managed by the Kerala Livestock Development Board (KLDB) Ltd, this is an exceptionally specialized dairy farm, where new varieties of livestock are developed scientifically and more than 400 first-rate animals are bred along with the breeding of cows and bulls. The project was launched in 1963.
The exuberant farm extends over an area of 191 hectares of land. This farm is open every day of the week and can be visited from 09:00 a.m. at 11:00 p.m. and after 02:00 p.m. to -02: 30 p.m. Pay a negligible amount of INR 5 as a fee to visit the dairy farm.
Munnar package Fall in Love with the wilderness of nature through Etravelfly Munnar package Wanna have an amazing trip where you can escape into the lap of nature? Come out of the hustle and bustle and head away towards the calm breeze, whispering waterfalls and forests painted with green in the rolling hills of Munnar.
In our three days tour package to Munnar you will see the hills of Munnar sprinkled with the blooming of Neelakuraji. The entire hill turns blue and welcomes every visitor to stay here forever. The hills painted with the blooming of Neelakurinji Munnar will make you appreciate the virtues of nature even more.
The entire tour package starts with the Munnar sightseeing where the hills of Munnar seem to be decorated with ornaments in the form of Neelakuraji flowers.
Once you’re done appreciating nature enough we’ll head towards the scenic village of Kolukkumalai. It’s famous for breathtaking locations where you’ll find the unique combination of flora and fauna intermingling with each other.
The sky colored with blue and the nature wrapped in sheet of greenery will seem like a paradise welcoming you with open arms. Kolukkumalai is a nature’s paradise and you can find the vivid colors of nature dispersed over here.
Our third day will begin with the trip to Kolukkumalai sunrasi. Evergreen tea state perched on the mountain will make you feel nostalgic as you’ll instantly remember the brewing cup of tea that refreshes you everyday.
This place is beyond description and the sunrise view from this place will makes you feel that the sky is colored with the drops of orange. Come and witness the meeting of Earth with Sky, the flora and fauna in their purest form and the untouched beauty of this place which is still far away from human activities.
This three day Munnar package will bring you close to nature and will make you feel like staying forever in this whimsical paradise. Come join us on the trip to Munnar and decode the nature blooming with glory.
Neelakurinji Munnar the heavens of heavens itself, In every 12 years period the hills of Neelakurinji turns blue and Munnar the GreenLand of INDIA and the hills of Munnar is all set turn blue this year that is 2018 with blossoms of Neelakurinji flowers, A natural occuring phenomenon, The blooming of flowers attract alot of visitors to Munnar.
Neelakurinji blooms in over 40 or more varieties where most of them turns in blue in color. The best time to visit Munnar is between August and October to see the blossoming, beauty. A person can get an excellent sight of Neelakurinji flowers from Kovillur, Rajmala, Kadavari and Eravikulam which is in the laps of Nilgiri Tahr. It’s also a great place for the photographers as you can capture the blooming beauty of Munnar and Neelakurinji flowers. When you see the Nature weaving the beauty in so many diffrent colors, You’re amazed.
The flowering season of Neelakurinji is an intriguing occurrence that takes place once every twelve years. The Eravikulam National Park in Munnar is the perfect goal to go to, if you want to see green and blossoming valleys painted in blue and purple tones, as far as your eyes can see. With the arrival of the monsoon this month, the rare flowers of Neelakurinji began to bloom, weaving a truly dreamed picture. Since these beautiful flowers will be available only between June and October of this year, it is likely that your long-awaited trip to Munnar will become a reality as soon as possible.
Reaching Neelakurinji, Munnar
- Nearest International Airport- Madurai, Tamil Nadu is about 160Km away from Munnar.
- Nearest Railway Station- Angamaly is the nearest about 108Km away from Munnar and
Thekkady is 170 km from Cochin and it takes approximately 5 hours to get there. For most package tours, we go to Thekkady after Munnar, which is 110km away or from Alleppey, which is about 140km away. The route is a combination of hills and normal roads. Thekkady is famous for the wildlife sanctuary found here. There are boating facilities in Thekkady, where the boat will take you through the Wildlife Sanctuary through Periyar Lake. One can see wild animals during this boat ride, but it must be very quiet. The Mullapperiyar Dam can also be seen during this boat ride. Please note that the Mullapperiyar dam and the Periyar wildlife sanctuary can only be seen during this navigation and can not be accessed by road.
Top station to be found about 32 km from Munnar, is the highest point (1700 m) in Munnar, on the Munnar-Kodaikkanal road. The place falls on the border between Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Here you can enjoy the panoramic view of the Western Ghats and the valley of the Theni district of Tamil Nadu.
Top Station got its name from the fact that it was the highest train station located in the Kundala Valley. At this top point, you can feel that the clouds are only a touch away from you. The destination is famous for the flowers of Neelakurinji (Strobilanthus), which used to bloom once every twelve years. The flowering of these rare flowers will give the destination a different bluish appearance. The next flowering season of Neelakurinji is in 2018.
The best time to visit the upper station is from April to May. The upper station is easily accessible from Munnar, as there are frequent buses from there and you can also make use of the available taxis. You can also visit the Kurinjimala sanctuary very close to the upper station.