In the Western Ghats mountain range, Munnar is a town. It's surrounded by rolling hills dotted with tea plantations created in the late 19th century, a hill station and a former retreat for the British Raj elite. The Lakkam Waterfalls, hiking trails and 2,695m-tall Anamudi Peak are home to Eravikulam National Park, a sanctuary for the endangered mountain goat Nilgiri tahr.
Echo Point is located at an altitude of 600 ft. and about 15 kilometres from Munnar, right in the lap of a picturesque lake and misty hills covered with lush green trees. This location is well known, as the name implies, for its enthralling depiction of the echoing phenomenon. When you yell, it is fun to hear your voice reverberate around the attraction again and again.
The distinctive beauty of Echo Point marks the confluence of Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni, and Kundala, three mountain ranges. Situated on the banks of a lake, this place's peace and serenity are enchanting. You can enjoy a quiet stroll around the gentle slopes of the hills here, or go boating in the lake's serene waters. For birdwatchers, Echo Point is a paradise, as many native birds can be seen here.
This picturesque location perched on top of the low rolling slopes and ondulating plains of Nilgiris in Munnar is Photo Spot. This point serves as an excellent photography opportunity in the background of the stretches of tea gardens typical of this area of the world, as is evident from the name itself.
It is also renowned for aromatic spices, in addition to its scenic beauty and lush green tea gardens. The road up to the spot is also very beautiful and makes it worth the entire ride. Photo Point is, and rightfully so, a popular sightseeing, picnic spot, and filming destination.
Top Station is situated on the border of Kerala and Tamil Nadu, approximately 32 kilometres away from Munnar. It is the highest point to enjoy the panoramic view of the majestic Western Ghats and the valley of the Theni District of Tamil Nadu in Munnar (1700 m). With its low-lying clouds and lush foliage, Top Station is an exceptional example of natural beauty.
Historically, Top Station is known as a transhipment point for the delivery of tea that Munnar produced to Tamil Nadu and got its name as the Kundala Valley 's top railway station. The ruins of the Ropeway Lines can still be found.
Top Station offers a view of one of the most exotic sightings and beautiful wonders of nature every 12 years-Neelarkunji. The hills in and around it are laden with the Neelakurinji Shrub, and these shrubs bloom with blue flowers once every 12 years, leaving the mountains with a coat of blue. Also popular is Top Station for its tea gardens.
Located 5 km away from Munnar, Pothamedu View Point is adorned with expansive hills and lush green mountains. The stunning large views of the area's tea, coffee and cardamom plantations are visible. It is an perfect location for stunning sunrises and sunsets to see. The Idukki Arch Dam, which is about 60 km downstream, is visible on a clear day from this point of view.
Munnar tourist places
Located about 2 km from Munnar in the Nallathanni Estate of Tata Tea, the KDHP Museum displays a range of antiques, the most prominent being the burial urn excavated from the vicinity of Periakanal Estate, dating back to the 2nd century AD. The museum will take you on a historical sojourn of the place with a 30 minute documentary feature. To learn how tea is handled, tourists then proceed to the plant.
In the middle of nature, Wonder Valley Adventure and Amusement Park is an eco-friendly park. To take its visitors closer to nature, the park preserves the natural scenery of the area and provides a exciting experience through its adventure trails and activities. For adventure freaks and for those who want to face and get rid of their fears, it is a great attraction. There is no age bar, and the games are intended for children and adults alike.
Kundala Dam & Lake is located in the laps of the lush jungle, 23 km off Munnar. The Arch Dam is renowned for its boat rides and pedal boat rides in Kashmiri-Shikara. Located in the Western Ghats, the Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary is a part of the Idukki District. This region is richly populated with a wide variety of indigenous flora and fauna, spread over an area of 90.44 km2, which makes it a popular tourist destination. A myriad of medicinal plants are stored in Chinnar, and as the habitat for tortoise starters.
Species such as grizzled giant squirrel, gaur, spotted deer, tufted grey langur, slender loris, crocodile, wild elephant, tiger, leopard, and several birds are included in its animal population. You will observe flora and fauna in its natural environment, untouched by the clamour of the region, as it is a government-protected enclosure.
Lock Heart Gap is a viewpoint in Munnar known for a stunning view of the surrounding valleys, mountains, tea plantations and their exciting trekking trails through the densely covered, gloomy, misty terrain, called so because it looks like a locked heart. The view at sunset from the top is a must-see.
Located at an altitude of 7200 feet in the Eravikulam National Park, Chokramudi Peak is one of Munnar's highest peaks. It is very remote from the range, but it offers a fabulous view of the valleys and mountains surrounding it, surrounded by beautiful dense forests and lush green tea plantations. One can also get a magnificent view of the nearby Idukki Dam.
Indo Swiss Dairy Farm is a research and development centre for cattle that stretches over an area of 469 acres of lush green grassland and is home to a number of high-quality cattle. The farm holds approximately 400 heads of livestock and is the headquarters of the Indo-Swiss Livestock Initiative, launched in 1963 by mutual agreement between the Swiss Government and the Government of India.
Meesapulimala, the second highest mountain in southern India, stands at an altitude of 2641 metres (8660 feet ) above sea level. There are eight peaks in the heavily covered terrain that together resemble a moustache and are, thus, called Meesapulimala. Meesapulimala has also been listed as a UNESCO world heritage site, regarded as a hotspot of diversity.
Mattupetty Dam is a strong gravity dam designed for the development of power and conservation of water. The dam is situated 1700 metres high, located in the Munar hills near the Anamudi peak. The green valleys and friendly surrounding atmosphere make up for a captivating location. The most beautiful portion of the dam is the reflection from the tea gardens into the lake. The Tourism Promotion Council of the Idukki district also organises speed boating here.
Lakkom Water Falls is a small waterfall which is part of the Eravikulam Stream of Eravikulam National Park, 25 km from Munnar. It is one of the major tributaries of the River Pampar and is suitable for private swimming.
Some of the common activities offered in and around Munnar are rock climbing and rappelling.
Perched atop the undulating peaks of the vast array of Sahyadri, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Munnar is a mesmerising hill station in Kerala that offers hikers a plethora of hiking trails to explore. The entire range is surrounded by greenery carpets, low slopes surrounded by some of the highest tea plantations in the world and biodiversity-rich rainforests, endemic and spice plantations and hills with their crests concealed under a blanket of fog along with stretches of rough terrain.
Morning pick up from Theni.
After Refreshment and Breakfast at Theni.
Then proceed towards Munnar. Munnar is a popular hill-station of Kerala perched at an altitude of 1600 metres in the Western Ghats.
After that proceeding to visit Munnar major attractions such as Aanai Irankal dam, Mattupetty and Kundala dams.
Proceeding to visit Varaiyadu, Echo Point, Spice garden, etc.,
Hotel check in.
Overnight stay @ Hotel – Munnar.
Wake up nice and early, have a hearty breakfast and head to visit Tea Museum, Pothamedu view point.
On the way visit Pallivasal falls, Lake and Park.
Next to visit Carmelagiri Elephant Park and Blossom International Park.
Come Back to Hotel.
Overnight stay @ Munnar.
At Early morning refreshing walk in tea plantation garden.
On Third day ,After breakfast and then check out from hotel.
Then proceed to visit Wonder Valley Adventure and Amusement Park.
Enjoy full day @ Amusement park.
Then starting our journey to Bodi Mettu, Bodi Munthal.
Drop @ Theni with sweet memories of Kerala.
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 *)
Chennai to Chennai Transports*
All local vehicle transport