On the second day first, you will be gotten from your inn and drive you to Munnar. In transit, you will see rich greenery and slopes loaded up with trees. Munnar essentially implies three rivers alluding to conversion of 3 streams Madhurapuza, Nallathanni and Kundaly waterways. Extraordinary compared to other slope stations of Kerala; it was set up long back in the Western Ghats. There are various spots to see around. Thus, you will start with the touring of Tea Plantations which are the core of Munnar.
In the year 1976, these ranches were taken over by TATA perhaps the greatest producer of tea in India. Here we will take you around to see an industrial facility (shut on Sundays), where the whole cycle of picking, isolating, drying, sifting and fragrance pressing is finished. Lunch will be in a South Indian Restaurant with the goal that you can appreciate the kinds of south Indian luxuries. At night, you can go for a stroll down the Photo Echo Point. A pleasant spot to see, investigate and settle down here you can take snaps and investigate the common excellence. Night stay will be at pre booked lodging in Munnar.
Munnar is an abundance of excellence : As we said previously, Munnar is an abundance of excellence; here you will see nature at its best! What's more, in this normal support, there live several creature and plant species! Thus, on the multi day we will take you to Rajamalai Wildlife Sanctuary or Eravikulam National Park . Here you can see different Indian Species including Panther, tigers, Gaur, Elephant, Sambar, Giant squirrel, champak squirrel, Spotted deer, etc. Various fowls also can be seen! In the early evening, after lunch we will take you to Mattupetty Lake, a man made lake framed by hydro power dam (Mattupetty Dam). At that point move to your Home . End With Memories .
Munnar tourist places
Mattupetty - Munnar : Settled inside the slopes of Munnar and close to the Anamudi top falsehoods Mattupetty, the slope station at a tallness of 1,700 m. Here you can appreciate the greenish valleys and feel the marvelous atmosphere around.
The dam was developed under the Pallivasal Hydro-electric venture in the last part of the 1940s, with the end goal of water preservation and force age. Presently the dam is an imperative wellspring of power age in Munnar and furthermore an asylum for some wild creatures and winged animals because of its steady water accessibility.
The most alluring piece of Mattupetty dam is its actually water which mirrors the tea garden around. You can draw in yourself with water sport exercises like speed sailing composed by region Tourism Promotion Council of Idukki (Munnar) and appreciate the pretty common environmental factors of this delightful dam. Experience darlings likewise have alternatives here like journeying in the Shola timberland.
The tranquil mood of the lake will take you to a universe of harmony. You have unlimited alternatives – it is possible that you can go for sailing in the lake or you can sit on the shore getting a charge out of the serenity here. Travelers can go for a speed vessel, pedal pontoon, speedboat or skiff.
Mattupetty is otherwise called 'cows town', the name which originated from the well known Indo Swiss homestead undertaking or Livestock venture. The undertaking was dispatched in the year 1963 as a feature of the respective arrangement among India and the Swiss government. You can see several assortments of high yielding cows in this ranch. Seeing the steers touching uninhibitedly on the slopes of the wide ranch is a one of a kind encounter which any traveler can have ever in his life. At present the venture is taken care of by the Kerala Livestock Development and Milk Marketing Board. The best an ideal opportunity to visit Mattupetty is from the period of August to May and it is effectively open from Munnar town.
About Echo Point : Found 15 kilometers from Munnar, at an elevation of 600 feet over the ocean level is the celebrated Echo Point. Known for its normal reverberation wonder, it is at Echo Point where you can hear your voice resonate back to you as a reverberation when you yell. Arranged along the banks of the pleasant Kundala Lake, Echo Point is encircled by hazy mists, slopes, verdant glades and backwoods, which make a visit to this picturesque spot much all the more invigorating.
Basically, Echo Point is the juncture of three renowned South Indian mountain ranges. Arranged close by the banks of the captivating Kundala Lake, Echo Point brags of a foggy foundation while being encircled by greenery. One can appreciate a great deal of exercises here at Echo Point. Be it a serene walk around the slope slants, or a journey to the peak, Echo Point is a heaven for experience addicts.
You can likewise go for drifting in the lake, and pick between a speedboat or an oar vessel as per your loving. Reverberation Point likewise fills in as an extraordinary spot for fledgling viewing, the same number of individuals come here to get a brief look at the lively types of local and transient winged animals here.
Among the most intriguing and wonderful attractions at Echo Point are the uncommon Neelakurinji blossoms. Otherwise called Strobilanthes, these blossoms are known for sprouting once like clockwork, subsequently improving the excellence of the whole valley. Found near the Echo point are different pinnacles and attractions, which merit visiting in the event that you are coming to Munnar and wish to go through a day in the midst of its common magnificence.
About Attukad Waterfalls : The ethereally wonderful slope station of Munnar in 'God's own nation' Kerala is likewise where you will discover probably the most enthusiastic cascades in the Western Ghats Mountains. Regardless of whether you are voyaging free soul, nature photography aficionado, birder, or simply a traveler in the Nilgiri side of Kerala, visit to the notorious mountain springs around Munnar can't be missed, one such being the Atukkad Falls.
It is situated in the uneven Idukki region in transit from Munnar to Pallivasal where the Attukad Falls falling down roaringly is an exciting spot to end by. There's bountiful greenery to the extent the vision goes, and resonating serenity found in the midst of immaculate nature.
The rich wildernesses are welcoming for an adrenalin-pounding journey inside profound woods, however in the event that you are just in the state of mind to unwind, don't hesitate to settle by the falls with a cookout container and a decent book! The way to the falls remains relatively safe to go during continuous showers, while the verdant environmental factors turn splendidly picturesque after the downpours. It's a treat to the faculties to walk the wet earth and tune in to the downpour falling through the foliage.
The cool and profound, expediently running waters of the pool shaped at the base of the falls is perfect for a charming swim. The mountain stream also turns wild and untamed during this season, hence bending over the joy. There are likewise various top looked into rich hotels set in the forested areas close here.
Kurangani falls : In an offer to guarantee woods preservation and to evade any danger of misfortune, numerous neighborhood individuals in Bodi of Theni area have spoke to the Forest work force to carefully actualize prohibition on traveling, which stays as a result in Kurangani slopes, which falls under Bodi Range and Top Station.
Saneeswara Bhagawan : There is a sanctuary which is implied exclusively for Saneeswara Bhagawan arranged at Kuchanoor. Sivagami Amman Temple : 'Thiru Poolanandeshwarar Sivakami Amman sanctuary', Sivakami spouse of ruler Shiva who is regularly known as Parvati.
Grape garden : The ranchers in the Cumbum Valley can reap the organic products up to multiple times in two years.
Shiva Lingam Temple : The Hindu sanctuary complex devoted to Shiva, with 1008 indistinguishable Nandi sculptures displayed
About Top Station : Situated around 32 kms from Munnar, frequently called the 'Kashmir of South India', Top Station is a sight worth seeing! It is the most noteworthy purpose of Munnar, and gets its name from being the highest railroad station in the Kundala Valley, the vestiges of which can in any case be seen from the Munnar Tea Museum.
The 5500 feet high location is an euphoric perspective for an all encompassing visuals of the Western Ghats and the wonderful valley of Theni in Tamil Nadu. When you're at the pinnacle, you nearly feel like you can connect and contact the mists, making this point genuinely 'Paradise on Earth'! Top Station is likewise mainstream for its plentiful foliage and the Neelakurinji blossoms which sprout once in twelve years, adding a become flushed blue, energetic look to the objective.
Being in Munnar, Top Station is likewise popular for its rambling tea gardens, where you can go for a walk and find out about the development cycle from local people. Initially, Top Station was a trans-shipment point for conveyance of tea among Munnar and Bodinayakanur. Being the terminal of the Kundala Valley and the upper end of an Aerial Ropeway course, loaned it the name Top Station.
This station was inherent 1902 between Munnar, Kundala and a depressed spot in the peak of the slopes with a monorail merchandise carriage framework being introduced along the course. After six years, in 1908, a 24-inch measure railroad supplanted the monorail.
On these tracks, the tea chests that showed up at Top Station from the Kundala Valley were shipped by a ropeway, 5 km downhill toward the south to Kurangani, Tamil Nadu. The tea was first transported via truck to Bodinayakanur, at that point by rail to different spots in India and ultimately by boat to England. The remaining parts of this ropeway station and Kundala Valley Railway can be seen from the Munnar Tea Museum.
Morning pick up from Theni.
Meet with our Respective Representative.
After Breakfast Our Journey Start from, Kurangani falls : In a bid to ensure forest conservation and to avoid any risk of loss, many local people in Bodi of Theni district have appealed to the Forest personnel to strictly implement ban on trekking, which remains in effect in Kurangani hills, which falls under Bodi Range and Top Station.
Saneeswara Bhagawan : There is a temple which is meant solely for Saneeswara Bhagawan situated at Kuchanoor.
Sivagami Amman Temple : 'Thiru Poolanandeshwarar Sivakami Amman temple', Sivakami wife of lord Shiva who is commonly known as Parvati.
Grape garden : The farmers in the Cumbum Valley are able to harvest the fruits up to five times in two years.
Shiva Lingam Temple : The Hindu temple complex dedicated to Shiva, with 1008 identical Nandi statues arrayed over a hillside.
Surulifalls : The Suruli River supplying the falls originates from the Meghamalai mountain range.
Gowmariamman temple : Veerapandi Gowmariamman temple: Gowmariamman temple, a 14 th Century Temple built by king Veerapandi of Pandya Dynasty is the famous temple here.
Overnight Stay at Hotel.
On the second day first, you will be picked up from your hotel and drive you to Munnar.
On the way, you will see lush greenery and hills filled with trees. Munnar basically means three rivers” referring to confluence of 3 rivers – Madhurapuza, Nallathanni and Kundaly rivers. One of the best hill stations of Kerala; it was established long back in the Western Ghats.
There are numerous places to see around. And so, you will begin with the sightseeing of Tea Plantations which are the heart of Munnar. In the year 1976, these plantations were taken over by TATA’S – one of the biggest manufacturers of tea in India. Here we will take you around to see a factory (closed on Sundays), where the entire process of picking, segregating, drying, threshing and aroma packing is done.
Lunch will be in a South Indian Restaurant so that you can enjoy the flavours of south Indian delicacies.
In the evening, you can take a walk down the Photo Echo Point. A picturesque place to see, explore and settle down – here you can take snaps and explore the natural beauty.
Night stay shall be at pre – booked hotel in Munnar.
As we said before, Munnar is a bounty of beauty; here you will see nature at its best! And in this natural cradle, there live hundreds of animal and plant species! So, on the 3 day we will take you to Rajamalai Wildlife Sanctuary or Eravikulam National Park .
Here you can see various Indian Species including Panther, tigers, Gaur, Elephant, Sambar, Giant squirrel, champak squirrel, Spotted deer and so on. A number of birds too can be seen!
In the afternoon, after lunch we will take you to Mattupetty Lake, a man – made lake formed by hydro – electricity dam (Mattupetty Dam). Then transfer to your Home .
End With Memories .
What 's Included
We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3*, 5*, 7* )
2.Double sharing Rooms
5.Royal Suite Rooms
( as per requirement )
From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be take care
Local Speaking Guide - ( English,Tamil,Hindi,Telugu & Malayalam ) *
(As per requirement *)
Theni to Theni Transports*
All local vehicle transport
All taxes & fees , Sports & Games activities , Candle light dinner