Munnar | 2 adults, 0 child
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Transport From: Cochin International Airport, Cochin(kochi) To Mountain Club - Munnar, Munnar
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Visit NyayamakadIf you love to trek, go angling or want to enjoy a refreshing afternoon next to a beautiful waterfall, then Nyayamakad is your place. The waterfall is at a height of 1,600 m and you can spend quite a few hours playing in its frothy pool. Nyayamakad is situated 10 km away from Munnar and lies between Munnar and Rajamala.
Visit Anamudi PeakLying at an altitude of 2,695 m, Anamudi Peak is one of the highest peaks in South India. It is also one of the most famous stopovers in Munnar. The peak is located inside the Eravikulam National Park and provides a perfect opportunity to spot some fantastic wildlife of Munnar like Nilgiri tahr, Asian elephant and gaur.
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If you love to trek, go angling or want to enjoy a refreshing afternoon next to a beautiful waterfall, then Nyayamakad is your place. The waterfall is at a height of 1,600 m and you can spend quite a few hours playing in its frothy pool. Nyayamakad is situated 10 km away from Munnar and lies between Munnar and Rajamala.
Lying at an altitude of 2,695 m, Anamudi Peak is one of the highest peaks in South India. It is also one of the most famous stopovers in Munnar. The peak is located inside the Eravikulam National Park and provides a perfect opportunity to spot some fantastic wildlife of Munnar like Nilgiri tahr, Asian elephant and gaur.
Before the town of Pallivasal, some 9 km away from Munnar, lies a scenic Attukad Falls. Forget your worries and refresh yourself in the blue and cold waters of the falls and enjoy a stroll along the sprawling greens.
Some 13 km away from Munnar, Lockhart Gap is always spelled as ‘lock heart’ due to the gap between two hills that resembles a heart shape. This place provides a lot of options for trekking and trails are also breathtaking. Lockhart gap provides a stunning view of lush green valleys, foggy slopes and well-maintained plantations.
To locals this place is known as erumadam. Tree houses in Kerala are one of the best ways to enjoy the lush greenery and scenic landscapes of the state. There are various resorts in Munnar that provide a comfortable stay in luxurious treehouses.
Munnar is a treasure trove of tea. The place flaunts sections of green plantations that offer ripe possibilities to enjoy tea tourism at its best. From witnessing the breathtaking beauty of emerald landscaping and basking in the sweet and spicy aroma to enjoy an array of varieties that are locally grown. You can also attend the Tea Museum and enjoy the interactive tea tasting demonstrations.
The hilly terrains of Munnar provides the ideal opportunity for all adventure lovers to enjoy activities like rock climbing and mountain rappelling. If you want to feel that adrenaline rush then climbing the mist shrouded steep peaks of Munnar will definitely fuel your adventurous spirit. Mountain rappelling is a mix of mountaineering and rock climbing.
Munnar's Mattupetty Dam and its reservoir lake deliver the precise background for people who want to enjoy a boat ride and appreciate the scenic beauty of the gorgeous hill station. The District Tourist Promotion Council provides the boating facility at the dam. Travellers can hire speed launch boats, slow speed boats and motorboats for an incredible experience amidst nature. Another excellent spot for boating in Munnar is the popular Anayirankal Dam, which is blessed with rich flora and fauna.
Munnar is a place that is blessed with one of the best cycling trails in South India and is nothing less than a heaven for adventure lovers and mountain biking enthusiasts. Cycling through narrow winding roads enclosed by forest-clad hill slopes is an exhilarating experience. Cycling through the awe-inspiring topography of Munnar let people explore the many tea plantations located here as one can come across local men and women plucking the tender tea leaves.
As already established, Munnar is an excellent place for adventure junkies, and bamboo rafting is one of the most exhilarating experiences one can have here. What makes it much more intriguing than usual rafting is the fact that tourists get to build their bamboo rafts with the help of bamboo poles, coir ropes and inflated rubber tyres. One of the most excellent places to experience bamboo rafting near Munnar is the Periyar Lake in Thekkady.
Travellers can head to the Periyar Tiger Reserve to relinquish the exciting activity of border hiking, which the Forest Department of Munnar organises. It takes approximately six hours to complete the hiking trail that includes walking through hilly terrains with altitudes ranging from 900 to 1,300 m. The great glamour of the verdant forests, a wide species of flora and fauna, spectacular views from the hilltops, and regular wildlife sightings make border hiking a fantastic experience for everyone.
Munnar turns into a fairyland every time the blooming season comes around, and the glorious Neelakurinji flower covers the terrain in blue and purple. This unique beauty can be seen flowering in this locale once every 12 years. Thousands of travellers crowd Munnar during the blooming season when the hills are all draped and look even prettier.
One of the most sensational activities in Munnar is joining a team of armed forest guards for a late-night jungle patrol in the eco-development zones of the Periyar Tiger Reserve. The patrols are organised between 4 am and 7 am and aim to keep poachers at bay to check forest degradation.
Kerala is home to several tribal communities, and the Mannans and the Palians are among the most well-known tribes of Munnar. The Tribal Heritage programme of the state government is aimed at delivering a glance of tribal life to tourists. About a couple of hours long, it encompasses trekking through thick forests and visiting a tribal hamlet huddled at the perimeter of the Periyar Tiger Reserve.
Set amidst charming tea estates and lush vegetation, the gorgeous Power House Waterfalls is one of the most-visited places around Munnar. Plummeting from a height of 2,000 m, the waterfalls originate from the immaculate Sita Devi Kulam Lake at Devikulam and come to life during the monsoon season. The milky white water of the falls, gushing down rocky terrain, leaves one enchanted and smitten by the natural and undisturbed beauty of verdant surroundings.