Munnar is the best place to visit on the month of August for the Monsoon Getaway by the suggestion of Many Travellers.Munnar – stunningly delightful – a sanctuary of harmony and serenity – the ideal traveler goal in God’s very own nation. Most of the Honeymoon couples looks for the Munnar in Kerala. Munnar likewise has the most astounding crest in South India, Anamudi, which towers more than 2,695 m.

Munnar got its name from its key area at the intersection of three waterways – Muthirapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala Rivers. ‘Moonu’ signifies ‘three’ and ‘Aru’ signifies ‘stream’. The area is put at a tallness of around 1,500 m to 2,695 m above sea level and was before the late spring capital of the British in South India. And, With a region of around 557 sq km, Munnar in Devikulam Taluk is the biggest panchayat in Kerala. 

One of the greatest tea-estate territories of South India, Munnar is one of the most delightful and prominent hill stations of Kerala.. Munnar is partitioned into Old Munnar, where the traveler data office is, and Munnar, where the transport station and most visitor houses are found. Eravikulam National Park, Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary and tea estates are its real attractions.

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Must Visitable Tourist places in and around Munnar:

  • Eravikulam National park
  • Anamudi Peak
  • Tea Museum
  • Blossom international park
  • Pothamedu View point
  • Mattupetty Dam

Eravikulam National Park

Eravikulam National Park is the First national park in Kerala, Spread over a region of 97 sq. km. This park is well known for the Nilgiri Tahr and also this park is home to a few types of uncommon butterflies, creatures and feathered creatures. 

An extraordinary spot for trekking, the recreation center offers a sublime perspective on the tea ranches touched by covers of fogs. Neelakurinji is a plant endemic to this piece of the Western Ghats which sprouts once in twelve years, which has been seen in the month of August.

Anamudi Peak 

Anamudi Peak is situated 7.1 kms from Eravikulam National Park. Anamudi is the most noteworthy crest in South India, remaining at a stature of more than 2700 m. So Anamudi peak is also called as “Everest of South India”.  Treks to the pinnacle are permitted for the tourists.

Tea Museum: 

Tea Museum is located 12.1 kms far away from Anamudi peak. Tea museum is an industry and history exhibition hall arranged in Munnar, a town in the Idukki area of Kerala in South India. Tata Tea Museum is its official name, but at the same time it’s known as Nallathanni Estate where it is found, or Kannan Devan Hills Plantation Tea Museum. This is one of the most visited attractions in Munnar. Your visit to Munnar slope station won’t finish without investing some energy in the Tea Museum.

The Blossom International Park:

The Blossom international park is 4.1 kms far away from Tea Museum. Blossom international park have Magnificent varieties of flora and too many things that one cannot miss. There are ferns, flowering shrubs, cactus, succulents, ivys, creepers and it is well maintained.You can enjoy to see Pineapple plant in this place.you can easily spend a minimum of 2 hours. Great place to visit. Entertainments like 9D Movie, Fish Aquarium, Lake With Speed Boat & Kids Play Area. Attractive flowers well decorated, good green grass. 

Pothamedu View point:

 Pothamedu View point is located 1.8 kms far away from the Blossom International Park. Pothamedu is one of the major plantation hubs of Munnar. The vantage point offers a panoramic view of Munnar and adjoining valleys. 

Manicured tea gardens, lush coffee plantations and wood-shaded cardamom estates, with stretches of ‘potha grass’ (from which the name is derived) covered hills all combine to make this place unforgettable.

Pothamedu View point is the famous place for trekking and also for the breathtaking views. This is an awesome place to take photographs.

Mattupetty dam

Mattupetty dam situated around 14.6  kms from Pothamedu View point, which was located 1700 m above ocean level, 

Here you can enjoy the greenish valleys and feel the fabulous climate around. 

This  concrete gravity dam was constructed for the purpose of water conservation and power generation. Now the dam is a vital source of electricity generation in Munnar and also a haven for many wild animals and birds due to its constant water availability.

The most attractive part of Mattupetty dam is its still water which reflects the tea garden around. You can engage yourself with water sport activities like speed boating.  Tourists can go for a speed boat, pedal boat, motor boat or row boat and enjoy the pretty natural surroundings of this beautiful dam. Adventure lovers also have options here like trekking in the Shola forest.

Where to Stay and Eat in Munnar:

The sightseeing of Munnar is spread around in different direction away from the city centre. For Serene location or resorts at Chinnakanal, Pallivasal & Chithirapuram can be chosen. Chinnakanal is 23 km away from Munnar. Most of the local sightseeing places are away from Munnar town in a radius of 5 to 40 km. Munnar has lot of sightseeing places. There is an abundance of resorts, hotels & homestays to choose in these locations based on your budget.

Otherwise, Please can check for pothamedu hotels..which is just 4-5 kms from the town and 3 km from the National Highway.Pothamedu you can get good options on the slopes of the western ghats near to tea garden and in the shola forest.

Munnar is a heaven for non-vegetarian food lovers. Fish and beef are widely eaten in God’s Own Country. Generally, Kerala style Malabar parotta and rice are accompanied by beef, fish and meat preparations. There are many joints serving patented delicacies like beef masala, fish in kerala curry.

Breakfast in Munnar is generally vegetarian with umpteenth varieties of dosa and idlis. breakfast joints in Munnar only in the mornings before 10 am. Try ThattuKada, which is strictly an evening place. This eatery opens at 6pm in the evening and is open till 1am. The food here is fresh and piping hot complemented with amazing decor. Kerala cuisine is one of the most diverse cuisines in the country because it has a blend portugese,french,arab,syrian,hindu and many more regional cuisines.

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