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Anamudi is the highest peak in South India (2695 mtrs) and offers a breathtaking view from its top. Anamudi is bordered with refreshing cardamom hills and some other famous peaks of Western Ghats like Anaimalai Hills and Palani Hills. This is a favourite trekking spot of many adventure lovers especially due to its challenge and easy to climb grassy hikes. For many years, this peak was the landmark for ships approaching the port of Kochi.



Chithirapuram is located about 10kms from Munnar and is full of green hills, gushing brooks and tea plantations. It exudes a typical colonial air with its mansions. The stunning valleys here provide a great view of the endless green carpet wrapping the mountains with an impeccable beauty. Chithirapuram houses the Pallivasal hydel power project.


Echo Point:

In between your sightseeing excursions, stop for a while in this lake embankment amid hills and call out the name of your dear ones loudly. Your sound will be surprisingly echoed among the surrounding hills. The place is also ideal to spend some relaxing moments soaked in natural beauty.


Eravikulam National Park:

Located 16km from Munnar town, this vast stretch of forest and grass land is the abode of a rare species of wild goat known as Nilgiri Tahr and wild elephants. The entire park is divided into three zones and visitors are allowed only in the tourism zone - Rajamallay region. The park is the hottest spot when the hill slopes are spread in a blue carpet of Neelakurinji flowers, which blooms only once in twelve years. It bloomed last in 2006.


Kundale Tea Plantation:

Kundale Tea plantation is the centre of Munnar tea and coffee plantations. As the charming environ is filled with the aroma of fresh tea and coffee which will last in our senses, you can have a study of its manufacturing process. The Kundale lake located amidst the plantations is a perfect spot for a memorable afternoon relax and leisure boating.



‘Marayoor’ is a pristine village 40 kms from Munnar, on Udumalapet road. Tall rocky mountains, shola forests, caves dating back to the megalithic age, rock paintings, ancient dolmens and sandalwood trees combines to make the place a unique destination. There is an all pervading scent of sandal wood in the air here. At the sandalwood factory owned by the Forest Department of Kerala, you can shop for sandal wood products and handicrafts. The nearby Thoovanam waterfalls, river Pambar, Chinnar wild life sanctuary are also interesting spots.


Nyayamakad and Cheeyapara:

Nyayamakadand Cheeyaparaare famous for theirenchanting waterfalls. The gushing white water cascades here comes down from as high as 1600mts. The romantic moments spent here will definitely be the most precious in your life. The places also host boating and trekking activities. The surroundings are truly magical which will definitely make you feel not to return.



Pothamedu is another prominent plantation hub situated at 6 km from Munnar town. The place offers an excellent view of coffee, tea and cardamom plantations around. Like any other spots around, the landscape here is enigmatic.



Mattupetty is located 13 kms from Munnar and is famous for its scenic dam and lake, which can be enjoyed in boats. There is also a dairy farm run by the Indo-Swiss Livestock Project. As everywhere in Munnar here also you will come across lush green tea plantations and rolling grasslands.


Top Station:

Travelers to Munnar make it a point to visit Top Station which is 32 kms from Munnar town, bordering Tamilnadu. Top Station offers a panoramic view of the majestic Western Ghats and the neighbouring state of Tamil Nadu.


Things to do in Munnar:

There is something for everyone in Munnar. The misty blankets, refreshing air and unending greenery appeals to everyone. Relax yourself by indulging a boating in the placid waters, playing golf or fishing. Get exciting walks through the natural caves at Marayoor or the Munnar hills swathed with tea, coffee and aromatic cardamom plantations.


A cool shower under the gushing cascades is a great experience. For adventure lovers, there are ample opportunities of trekking and jeep safari in Munnar.  For the more adventurous, a real challenge awaits- climbing the 8,841-ft Anamudi peak, the highest point in South India. Also shop out in Munnar for the famous Kerala spices, tea, coffee, sandal wood and handicrafts.