Munnar is another popular mountain resort in India, located in Idukki district of Kerala. The region acts as a paradise in the land of God, the “Kerala” and the support of domestic and foreign tourists. The region is full of natural riches such as grasslands, hilly landscapes, hills through cloud cover, a cool atmosphere, picturesque villages and the charm of the ancient world, not to mention the various corners of the world. Famous for a tea plantation, the name Munnar means 3 rivers, referring to the three rivers (Muthirapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala) that cross the city.
The largest number of urban dwellers who want to escape the heat, stress and daily life. Munnar is also one of the popular weekend getaways for the millions of Keralites. This small serenades station also serves as a station for the British in India at the time. Munnar is full of well-known attractions in Eravikulam National Park, Atukkad Waterfalls, Mattupetty Falls, Pallivasal Falls, Blossam Falls, Pothamedu Viewpoint, Kundala Lake,In addition to sightseeing, tourists can enjoy the rich nature and indulge in various outdoor activities, such as nature walks, hiking, hiking, camping, mountaineering and more.
Tourists can also indulge in shopping therapy at local markets known for their tea, spices and homemade chocolates. There is no shortage of good hotels and resorts in Munnar, which meet the accommodation needs of the many travelers visiting the area. Munnar hotels are present in all budget segments, from upscale luxury hotels to resorts and even home stays. They respond to the tastes and preferences of the multitude of travelers visiting the region.
Munnar, enjoying pleasant weather all year, is able to visit almost all the year for moments as pleasant. The mountain station is also well connected to the rest of the state and country, whether by air, rail or road. The nearest airport is Kochi approx. 135 km, while the nearest train station is in Aluva located about. 120 km