Munnar

The British chose it as their summer resort and it continues to play South India’s premier hill station till date. Colonial bungalows and hill resorts witness the limitless expanses of tea gardens that make the multihued scenery of Munnar a shade greener.

Overview

Munnar – Fulfilling Every Fantasy of Being Pampered by Nature


The British chose it as their summer resort and it continues to play South India’s premier hill station till date. Colonial bungalows and hill resorts witness the limitless expanses of tea gardens that make the multihued scenery of Munnar a shade greener. The place seems to have inherited a heart-warming charm and ability to ensure complete relaxation with its salubrious climate, constant whispering of nature and presence of pleasant waterfalls, lakes, vantage points and rich flora and fauns. Likemytrip.com assures honeymoon couples, nature-lovers, adventure and wildlife enthusiast and everyone else an exotic holiday experience at Munnar.

Places to See

Munnar tours are mainly associated with tea gardens, tea estates and unique tea-based heritage. Kolukkumalai Tea Estate is not only among the world’s oldest but also the highest tea factories at the height of more than 7,100 ft. Tata Tea Museum is another similar attraction worth visiting.

Other top attractions in Munnar include waterfalls of Atukkad and Lakkam; Mattupetti Dam, Kundala Lake, Top Station, Echo Point, Eravikulam National Park, Anamudi Peak and Elephant Arrival Spot. Don’t miss the stimulating adventures like rock climbing, rappelling and bicycling which unveils wonderful countryside of the region. Enjoy the pleasure of walking over the clouds and practicing yoga and meditation while surrounded by such enchanting natural grandeur.

Culture/Folklore

  • You would be delighted by a tea factory tour of Kolukkumalai which still practices the orthodox process of tea processing. The old world charisma of the place along with the overwhelming tea aroma should leave you craving for more.
  • Visit CSI Christ Church, Mount Carmel Church. St. Mary’s Orthodox Church, St. Thomas Mar Thoma Church and other beautiful churches that nestle amidst exotic greenery.
  • Attend fairs like Munnar Mela and Munnar Flower Show and festive celebrations like Onam and Pongal.
  • Don’t miss the tours through tea gardens as well as spice plantations of cardamom and black pepper that add to Munnar’s profile as a historical spice trade supporter.

Many similar aspects of Munnar tourism can be explored with our expert guides and tour planners. Contact Tripwhims.com today and escape into ecstasy with Munnar holidays.

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