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5 Best Places To Visit In Munnar -Explore The Prepossessed Beauty

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Munnar, Idukki district, Kerala

If you are planning to explore the South  India then Munnar must be in your checklist. You can count Munnar as one of the best hill station of South India. The dense forests,high hills, tea plantations, wildlife, valleys and much more Munnar can offer to a wanderer. This charming hill station attracts everyone from near and far. Munnar is situated in the Western ghats of Idukki district of Kerala at an altitude of 6000 ft. To know what are the 5 best places to visit Munnar, read the following:

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1.Attukad Waterfalls

Attukad Waterfalls
Source: Kerala Tourism

You will get to see the natural wonders of Idukki district all at once at Attukad waterfalls. You will address this pleasing waterfall between Munnar and Pallivasal. Attukad is just 9 kms away from Munnar. During Monsoon season you will get to see its most more scenic beauty comparatively to other seasons, as it seems like just another mountain stream. The cool breeze, forest around it, water rolling down the hills; everything will make you fall in love with nature.

2.Eravikulam National Park

Eravikulam National park
Source: Eravikulam.org

Eravikulam National Park is the first Wildlife Sanctuary of Kerala. If you want to explore the Wildlife in Kerala then Eravikulam National Park sounds perfect. Eravikulam is situated in the Western ghats of Idukki district. Expect the flora and fauna to be best over here and do not miss Neelakurinji flowers.

3.Echo Point

Echo point Munnar
Source: Maps of India

Echo point is where you can bring your voice to an edge. Go there, scream, shout as loud as you can and then wait for a minute for your voice to return. Specifically, the kids will enjoy it but if you want you can have a personal screaming conversation with yourself too. You need to drive in 15 kms from Munnar to reach this scenic beauty.

4.Mattupetty Dam

Mattupetty dam
Source: Tour My India

Mattupetty dam has a reservoir too where mainly water is stored for hydroelectric power projects. This concrete dam is built between the hill ranges and and is situated 13 kms away from Munnar. There is an often visit of elephants of the region to the waterholes. With the reservoir you will get to enjoy the prepossessing beauty of the place. Further, Mattupetty is also famous for Indo-Swiss Farm. You can have a watch of it too.

5.Tea Plantation

Munnar tea plantation
Source: Thrillophilia

How can you miss tea gardens when you are at Munnar? The greenery vision, the aroma of tea leaves and a cold soothing breeze all sets a perfect mood for you to enjoy the wonders of nature. This actually rejuvenates you to an extent, which you might not have imagined also.

Visiting Munnar is highly recommended, if you choose hill stations over beaches. Munnar is an inevitable hill station of South India. You will get to know more about the vivid colours of nature over here. So, what are you thinking? Keep Munnar in your checklist and enjoy it to fullest. These are only few things that are mentioned over here, there is lot more to Munnar and Idduki district, Kerala and you need to find that out.

Happy Exploring!!

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