Tea farms blanket the sloping hills surrounding Munnar.

Tea farms blanket the sloping hills surrounding Munnar.

Situated in the Western Ghats mountain range, Munnar is surrounded by rolling hills covered with tea plantations. The city is home to hiking trails and the 2,695m Anamudi Peak. Once a British Raj resort, Munnar is a charming hill station that is now an important tourist destination. The Eravikulam National Park is a great place to explore, with hiking trails ranging from the nearby Lakkam Waterfalls to the tall Anamudi Peak.

The monsoon is the best time to visit Munnar; the expansive tea plantations and the green foliage will be at their most spectacular during this season. There are offers and discounts on hotel tariffs during this time as it’s off-season. During the monsoon, the town’s picturesque landscapes and sparkling streams will take your breath away. A stay in Munnar during this period will allow you to experience the town’s famous spices, including cardamom, nutmeg, clove, and cinnamon.

Waterfalls and cattle village in Munnar

In addition to the waterfalls, Munnar has a number of other beautiful natural attractions. The “Kannan Devan” brand of tea is produced in the area, which is famous throughout the world. A variety of flowers and foliage plants can be found in the area. You can also visit the cattle village of Mattupetty to see how they are raised. There are several waterfalls in Munnar that are worth a visit.

The climate in Munnar is pleasant and suitable for tourists all year long. Winters are pleasant, but there is a chance of rain. In fact, the town gets a lot of rainfall during this time, which can make the roads unsafe. During the summer months, the temperatures are very hot and humid, and many tourist attractions are closed. The best time to visit the town is between September and March. Avoid the summer months between July and August as these are too hot.

The Mount Carmel Church is the first Catholic church in Munnar. It is a peaceful place to pray and reflect. It was founded in 1898 and is a great place to spend quiet time. It is also the site of the grave of Father Alponse, the founder of the local Christian parish. So, if you are looking for a quiet spot to meditate, this is the place to go. And if you are looking for some peace and quiet, you can visit this beautiful and historic church.

You can also hike through the hills and visit waterfalls. You can do some rappelling or mountain climbing on the 30 m-high Anamudi. The scenic valleys and misty hills are a must-visit for visitors to Munnar. During the summer, it is possible to hike to the top of the hill, where you can enjoy the view from the top. You can visit the temples and sanctuaries, as well as the ruins of ancient civilizations.

The monsoon season is the best time to visit Munnar. The climate in this region is cooler during this time, so you can take a long hike during the monsoon season. The best time to visit the hill station is from June to Jan. Its lush forests and waterfalls are in full bloom, and animals are flourishing in the meadows. And you can’t miss the Nilgiri Thar, a rare flower that blooms once every 12 years.

You can book luxury accommodation in Munnar at a luxurious hotel. You can also rent a luxury villa in the hills, which is located around 20 metres above the ground. Aside from the modern facilities, you can also enjoy the scenic view from the balconies of the tree-houses. Munnar is only 103 kilometres away by bus from Kochi International Airport. The city of Kochi is well connected with all the major cities in India.

You can visit the Mount Carmel Roman Catholic Church and the Christ Church in the town. Then, you can try out boating on the lake or enjoy a cruise on the lake in a Kashmiri Shikara. You can also try rafting on the Punnamada Lake. The ecotourism project of the Forest Department organises boating trips for visitors to the town. Aside from boating, there are other exciting activities to enjoy in Munnar.

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