One place where the amazing blue of the sky matches the blue of the seas surrounded by this green of coconut palms is Kerala – this land of picturesque beauty. You cannot abandon this exotic, elegant, eclectic, ethereal location unraveled because it is really an epitome of beauty using this lush green forests, beautiful valleys and undulating mountains, Meesapulimala is one of them.
Blessed with the lush mountains of the Western Ghats using its own citrus tropics woods and tranquil climate, this nation is dotted with over 50 mountain channels, making it an ideal repository of mountain channels. Once whenever you step down the mountains of Munnar, there is nothing cuter to this dark, cool and vibrating bewitching place. Ask for Meesapulimala hill trip while you reach in Munnar.
Thatched cottages painted in red in this deep green valley form a beautiful view exactly like red cherries on a tree that is green. Tata Tea Museum where one can taste exotic flavors from all across the globe and Eravikulam National Park that has a maximum number of endangered Nilgiri Thar and 26 species of mammals are websites to explore. Pothamadu, Devikulam, Pallivasal, Attukal, Nyaymakad, and Mattupetty are a few other places to visit in Munnar.
Drenched from the shower of pristine water you happen around ant’s eye view of the muddy kissed, foggy scenic green gardens softly swaying and dancing about.
What might be more thrilling than this secret hideaway that is the perfect harmony of human and humanity with its intriguing legends, tree houses, jungle paths? The green medley of rice fields and spice plantations of tea, coffee, vanilla, pepper, cardamom along with other condiments make it green heaven. The land of emerald forests with Meesapulimala hills, rocks, and valleys contributes to the distinctive terrain offering a confluence of wilderness, culture, and history.
With 26% forest cover, it’s an exotic variety of flora and fauna in these two main nature reserves Muthanga and Tholpetty. Banasura Sagar dam, largest land dam from India and second from Asia, makes an ideal starting point for the trek to Banasura summit. Witness the spectacular stone caves at Eddakal caves and Pakshipathalam which is nestled deep from this woods of Brahmagiri mountains at an altitude of more than 1700 meters. Trek to this top of Neelimala View Point to see the splendor Meenamutty Falls. Cuddled from the green, Idukki will match you with a magnificent landscape because 97 percent of its area is covered using mountains and woods, you of these richest expressions of nature on earth. Explore Kerala and love traveling!
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