MUNNAR ATTRACTIONS.

MUNNAR ATTRACTIONS

Munnar is heaven for adventure enthusiasts. From rock climbing to paragliding, from ballooning to rappelling, from cycling to trekking, Munnar has a lot to offer for their travellers! Mountaineers relish the challenge of climbing the Anamudi and Meesapulimala, the highest and second highest peaks respectively in Kerala. A lot of these activities are offered by the NAF (National Adventure Foundation) and TFA (Track Finder Adventures). About 9km from Munnar lies the magnificent Attukal Waterfalls amidst rolling hills and thick woods. It is an ideal place for long treks, tucked away in the lap of Nature.

Going for a cycling tour is one of the best ways to enjoy the tranquil natural beauty of Munnar. There are quite a few bike rental outlets to help tourists. One of the popular routes is to the Top Station which is about 37 km from Munnar. Another popular route takes us to the picturesque Madupatty tea estate, located about 14 km from Munnar. We can stop by other attractions like the Kundala Lake, Echo Point etc.

Boating

A popular picnic spot where tourists can go boating ss the Mattupetty Dam, located about 10 km from Munnar. One can choose among speedboats or paddle boats to Kashmiri-style Shikara. It offers a mesmerizing view of the surrounding mountains and the reservoir. Mattupetty Dam is also known to be a popular visiting ground for elephant herds.

Elephant Safari

The Munnar Carmelagiri Elephant Park is on the way to the Mattupetty Dam. The exciting elephant safari is through misty forests along rugged hill paths. It’s definitely an unforgettable experience. Elephant shower and feeding, timber dragging demonstrations and display of elephant commands and communication are the key features of this safari.

Tea Garden

The hills of Munnar carpeted by the green tea gardens are an amazing sight indeed. It is a wonderfully soothing to take a walk amidst the beautiful tea estates, the air scented with the aroma of tea. The Tata Tea Museum is a must visit place, where it gives an idea of the basic functioning of a tea factory. It also houses antiques from the colonial era. Munnar District Tourism Promotion Council also organizes the Tea Valley Tour.

Kolukkumalai Tea Estate is one of the highest tea plantations in the world. Fasten the seatbelts and brace yourselves for the adventurous car ride. The magical views of the Western Ghats greet us along the route even though the ride is difficult and bumpy. The sunrise from the Kolukkumalai, as the clouds gently float around us, is a lifetime experience indeed!

Mountain Trail Resort is built with a unique ethnic design that blends beautifully with the scenic surrounding of Munnar. The resort is nestled against the milieu of Western Ghats, offers a magnificent view of Sahya Mountain Ranges and the meritorious view of the misty valleys. It offers a memorable stay with unmatched hospitality. It is an ideal place for honeymoon couples because of its excellent location.

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BLOSSOM INTERNATIONAL PARK.

Munnar is one among the most loved hill stations situated 1600 m (5400 ft) above sea level in the Indian state of Kerala. Munnar is stretched along the Western Ghats, which was a summer resort of the British government in South India. Munnar has many breathtaking sights and landscape perfect for honeymoon and even for a family vacation. It is pronounced “Moon-aar” meaning “Three rivers” in the Malayalam Language. The three rivers are – Mudhirapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundaly which flow through this town but join some distance away from Munnar. Mountains covered with mist and acres of tea plantations, refreshing breeze, beautiful valleys and mud roads between tea gardens and some adventurous ride through the hairpin curves would be enthralling to anyone.  Munnar also has the highest peak in South India, Anamudi, at 2695 m. The cool climate, spice-scented air, scenic nature and exotic flora and fauna attract a lot of travellers from across the globe.

A lot of people visit this tourist destination each year in order to enjoy some refreshing holidays. Besides, the destination offers plenty of activities. Blossom International Park is a great picnic spot in Munnar ideal to immerse you in the beauty of nature.

Blossom International Park Munnar is also known as Blossom Hydel Park, is a must-visit tourist spot in Munnar It’s only 3 kilometres away from the Munnar Town, which will not be a problem for the travellers to reach this spot.  At this exotic piece of land, a lot of things are waiting for us such beautiful flowers, rich green landscape, amazing migratory water birds, colourful mountain butterflies etc.  In order to explore the hill station and enjoy all these attractions, many Indian and foreign tourists visit the area.

It can be a mesmerizing and refreshing experience,  visiting the Blossom International Park Munnar which is located near the lovely Muthirappuzha River. It can be a rejuvenating experience for the travellers to visit this park. Another attraction of this picnic spot is the extensive and misty Kannan Devan Tea Estates. The large stretches of gardens, lawns, man-made waterfalls and landscaped mounts attracts tourists and make them feel excited.  Everybody gets a beautiful experience because of the silent splash of air and cool climate. Beside this, Blossom International Park provides amazing views of the majestic Western Ghats.

There are many recreation options in this park. Visitors can indulge in badminton, roller skating and boating at this park. The park also offers many adventure trails which give visitors beautiful memories of the picnic. They also love to enjoy bird watching and nature walks during their visit to this picnic spot. It must be an amazing experience for the travellers to spend some time at this park while enjoying the aroma of fresh flowers. Blossom International Park also provides facilities for a campfire with music. Never forget to enjoy a bit of boating through the sparkling waters of Muthirappuzha River.

Mountain Trail Resort is built with a unique ethnic design that blends beautifully with the scenic surrounding of Munnar. The resort is nestled against the milieu of Western Ghats, offers magnificent view of Sahya Mountain Ranges and the meritorious view of the misty valleys. It offers a memorable stay with unmatched hospitality. It is an ideal place for honeymoon couples because of its excellent location.

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MUNNAR

MUNNAR

Munnar is located at the confluence of three mountain streams Mudra puzha, Nallathanni and Kundala. Munnar was the summer capital of the British in southern India, which was developed to cultivate tea plants by British although it was first discovered by Scottish planters. Munnar was the summer resort of the British government in South India. Munnar is also known as the Kashmir of Kerala. The first British who visits the area was the Duke of Wellington, in 1790 who migrated to Munnar and occupied the nearby places. There is much more about Munnar that simply cannot be put in words.

A British lawyer and tea planter leased close to 600 sq. km of land around Munnar, from the Poonjar chief,  a subordinate of the Maharaja of Travancore, which was then covered with thick jungle. He then cleared the jungle for Tea plantations. Then in 1983 James Finlay Group sold their remaining share holdings and the company became known as Tata Tea Ltd., the largest integrated tea company in the world. This land was later known as Kanan Devan (Kannan Thevar) Concession Land. Later in 1895, Messrs Finlay Muir & Company bought Munro’s land and in 1976 Tata-Finlay Ltd. purchased it.

Neelakurinji (Strobilanthes kunthiana) is a shrub that used to grow abundantly in the shola grasslands of Western Ghats in India which is one of the main attractions of Munnar. The Nilgiris, which literally means the blue mountains, got its name from the purplish blue flowers of Neelakurinji that blossoms gregariously once in 12 years. Another attraction in Munnar is The Nilgiri Tahr. Now the area with all these attractions became a great sightseeing spot for the visitor, and every time more and more tourists flock in this popular place in the hills.

The region in and around Munnar varies in height from 26,562 ft to 8,530 ft above mean sea level. The temperature ranges between 10 °C and 0 °C in winter and 8 °C and 16 °C in summer. You can visit Munnar throughout the year. But best time to visit August to May. The weather is extremely cold during winter (November, December,and January).

 

NEELAKURINJI BLOOMING, MUNNAR.

NEELAKURINJI BLOOMING, MUNNAR.

Every 12 years, the mountain slopes of Munnar are dressed with bluish-purple flowers. Neelakurinji blooming when seen from a distance is a visual treat. Seen closely, these bell-shaped flowers appear to dance gaily against the winds. Neelakurinji flowers make an appearance once in 12 years, which draw tourists from all over the world. This year too, from August 2018 to October 2018, the hills of Munnar will witness the blooming of these flowers. The rarity of this event, along with the visual spectacle that it holds in store for visitors, is what makes it an exciting event. Watch the Neelakurinji flower bloom in all its glory from the hills of Munnar.

Neelakurinji Flower

Neelakurinji has the resemblance of a bell which is the name of a flower with purple-bluish color. ‘Strobilanthes kunthianus’ is the botanical name for the flower, with the name “kunthianus” said to be derived from the River Kunthi. Blossoming of this flower provides the best opportunities for sightseeing among the 46 plant species found in India that bloom every 10 to 16 years. This shrub is found exclusively in the Shola Forests of the Western Ghats and the mountain slopes of the Nilgiri Mountain Range.

Neelakurinji Flower – A spectacular sight to come across!

The sight of certain mountain slopes of munnar bathed in purple-bluish color is hard to miss. Neelakurinji Flower blooms once every 12 years, and this year is one of them. The rarity of this event enhances its overall attraction.  The mountain slopes of Munnar will be decorated with plenty of Neelakurinji flowers between the months of August and October. Kurinji flowers represent the rich biodiversity that the Western Ghats is famous for. This flower makes it appearance at 1800m above sea level. This was also a way by which the members of the Pulaya tribes determined their age. Located at an altitude of 600ft, it settles itself comfortably amidst the dense forests of the Western Ghats in the Idukki district of Kerala.

There are several places in Munnar where we can witness the blossoming of the Neelakurinji Flower. One of these is the Kurinjimala Sanctuary. Its spread across 32 sq. km and is the core habitat of the Neelakurinji plant. Eravikulam National Park is the other place where tourists can witness the blooming of Kurinji flowers.

Mountain Trail Resort is built with a unique ethnic design that blends beautifully with the scenic surrounding of Munnar. The resort is nestled against the milieu of Western Ghats, offers magnificent view of Sahya Mountain Ranges and the meritorious view of the misty valleys. It offers a memorable stay with unmatched hospitality. It is an ideal place for honeymoon couples because of its excellent location.

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History of Munnar

History of Munnar

Modern day Munnar was carved out, after a sequence of historic events. The earliest residents of modern day Munnar are the Muthuvan tribal community. Until the latter part of the 19th century, the areas were left untouched and unexplored (when a flurry of plantations came up in the area). John Daniel Munro introduced the world to Munnar in the 1870s, who came across the place by accident. He was called in to solve a border dispute between Travancore and its neighbour Madras, as the British Resident of Travancore kingdom. He fell in love with this new found area immediately.

Munnar was the jenmam (birth) land of the Poonjar Royal Family, though the Munnar region fell under the jurisdiction of the Travancore kingdom. The royal family enjoyed absolute powers over the land as the landlord since it was their ‘jenmam land’. Munro started transforming the area by convincing the royal family to lease the land to him and. The North Travancore Land Planting & Agricultural Society was formed by Munro in 1879. In various parts of the region they started the cultivation of crops, including coffee, cardamom, cinchona and sisal.

Everything else in the region was soon replaced by tea with A.H. Sharp, the first to do so. Tea was planted by Sharp in around 50 acres of land at Parvathy. It’s now part of the Seven Mallay estate. In 1895, Finlay Muir & Company (James Finlay and Company Limited) entered the scene. They bought 33 independent estates. To manage these estates, the Kannan Devan Hills Produce Company was formed in 1897.

Disaster struck the area in 1924. The monsoon was particularly bad that year. The terrain was destroyed by heavy landslides and flooding. A lot of effort went into restoring the estates. Many lives and property were lost. It took the inhabitants a while to start re-planting the area. The Tata Group entered the area in 1964. The collaboration of Tata Group with Finlay resulted in the formation of the Tata-Finlay Group. In 1983 Tata Tea Ltd. was formed. The Kannan Devan Hills Produce Company Pvt. Ltd. was formed in 2005 and the ownership of its plantations was transferred to the new company by Tata Tea.

The tourism industry redefined Munnar in the latter part of the 20th century. Munnar natural beauty and rare flora and fauna started attracting people in large numbers. Today Munnar is one of the most popular tourist spot in India. A number of hotels and resorts came up and soon, word about Munnar spread across the world.

Mountain Trail Resort is built with a unique ethnic design that blends beautifully with the scenic surrounding of Munnar. The resort is nestled against the milieu of Western Ghats, offers magnificent view of Sahya Mountain Ranges and the meritorious view of the misty valleys. It offers a memorable stay with unmatched hospitality. It is an ideal place for honeymoon couples because of its excellent location.

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MEESAPULIMALA

Meesapulimala

The beauty of Meesapulimala has to be enjoyed only through trekking. 15 kilometres from Munnar town and 8 kilometre long trek from the Rhodovalley, offers breathtaking views of the grasslands, rainforests and wildlife at the high altitude. Rhodovalley is named thus due to the red rhododendron trees, which bloom here. Though the trek is long, it is average.

The treks start from the campsite at the base of the first hill. From here it continues on to the mesmerizing forests of the Shola grassland. The trail begins to get a little steep, just about 10 minutes from start. In no time you would be at the peak of the first of the eight hills. From the cloud-kissed mountain tops, you would get a picturesque view of Munnar and Surianelli towns.

Descending the hill would require you to cross the beautiful Anayairankal Lake. If lucky, the wildlife of the Shola forests may come out and give you a welcoming sight, by the time you reach the seventh peak. Even though tired, we feel refreshed and excited to see the breathtaking views, on reaching the eighth and the final peak, the Meesapulimala peak.

Meesapulimala tourist spot

A point to be noted is that the beautiful purple Kurinji flower (Neelakurinji), blooms once in every 12 years. And so plan the trip coinciding with this.  We get a magical view of Neelakurinji blooming from the peaks of Meesapulimala. Kurinji flowers represent the rich biodiversity that the Western Ghats is famous for. Travel between the months of August and October and watch the mountain slopes decorated with plenty of Neelakurinji flowers.

Mountain Trail Resort is built with a unique ethnic design that blends beautifully with the scenic surrounding of Munnar. The resort is nestled against the milieu of Western Ghats, offers magnificent view of Sahya Mountain Ranges and the meritorious view of the misty valleys. It offers a memorable stay with unmatched hospitality. It is an ideal place for honeymoon couples because of its excellent location.

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MUNNAR - GEOGRAPHY AND CLIMATE

Munnar has an array of reasons that entices visitors from across the globe. This miraculous retreat is among the must visit hill stations in Kerala; God’s Own Country. Munnar is famed as one of the cult hill stations in India, that speaks about the enchanting beauty of nature. Munnar is home for exotic flora and fauna and endemic species.

At an altitude of about 2,000 meters (6,562 ft) to 2,600 meters (8,530 ft) above mean sea level, Munnar situates. Munnar is located at the meeting point of three mountain streams – Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala. This hill station is located on the Western Ghats, situated in the Idukki district. The highest peak in South India is Anamudi, Munnar. Let’s explore the heavenly beauty of this paradise with our family.

Idukki is bordering with the districts of Ernakulam, Kottayam and Thrissur and the Western Ghats mountain range in the east. Munnar wears a pleasant climate throughout the year. Munnar attracts people from all over India as well as foreign countries right through summer, and sometimes in the winter months too. Among all the popular tourist destinations in Kerala, this is one such destinations that is known for the liveliness in its weather and climate.

The landscapes are covered in lush tea gardens. The temperature varies between 8 degree C and 16 degree C in summer  and 10 degree C and 0 degree C  in winter. The climate remains pleasant throughout the year, with temperatures rarely rising beyond 25 degrees. Located at a high altitude, the monsoon further enhances its appeal. Be it the summer or the winter, Munnar always have its  magical beauty!

Many of the areas around Munnar are carpeted with the lush greenery of tea plantations which is famous for its tea. Varieties of spices including ginger, garlic, cardamom, vanilla, pepper, cinnamon, coffee, tea, clove and nutmeg is cultivated in Munnar and its neighboring villages. There is splendid interaction between climate and vegetation. As we goes from Munnar to east Munnar, we can notice a marvelous change in vegetation.

Mountain Trail Resort is built with a unique ethnic design that blends beautifully with the scenic surrounding of Munnar. The resort is nestled against the milieu of Western Ghats, offers magnificent view of Sahya Mountain Ranges and the meritorious view of the misty valleys. It offers a memorable stay with unmatched hospitality. It is an ideal place for honeymoon couples because of its excellent location.

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ENCHANTING EXPERIENCE IN MUNNAR

Munnar is the ultimate destination for a peaceful and rejuvenating retreat in the hills. It is the most popular pick among many beautiful honeymoon destinations in South India. Tourist attractions in and around Munnar are plenty.

Go Camping and Trekking in Munnar

Munnar is a paradise for adventure enthusiasts and fitness freaks, especially trekkers. One of the most preferred things to do in Munnar is Trekking till high elevations like Echo Point and Top Station. Located 15 km from Munnar, Echo Point is a fascinating destination where voice resonance occurs naturally. Top Station is the highest point in Munnar and offers stunning view of the town surrounded by hills and valleys. Trekking 32 km up to Top Station requires lot of stamina and is quite exhaustive. If one can accomplish the target, the workout quota for the entire week is taken care of. Do not forget to carry your walking shoes and trekking gears.

Spot rare animal and bird species at the famous Wildlife Sanctuaries

Explore the biosphere reserves, national park, thick and dark forests, and sanctuaries of Munnar. The most visited and popular wildlife areas of Munnar are Eravikulam National Park, Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary and Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary. The Eravikulam National Park national park is famous for endangered Nilgiri Tahr, which is located in the Kannan Devan hills of Munnar. The forest spread over an area of 97 sq km is divided into; core area, buffer area and tourism area. Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary is a habitat to elephants, deer and leopards which is located 60 km from Munnar. We may spot the nearly extinct grizzled giant squirrel. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary is also known as Thekkady Bird Sanctuary. It is located 73 km from Munnar which houses plenty of local and migratory birds. Sri Lanka frogmouth, and Indian hornbill, Malabar grey hornbill and Nilgiri wood pigeon can also be spotted.

Go Mountain Biking

Some areas of Munnar suitable for mountain biking are Suryanelli, Anamudi Shola, Kundala, Marayoor and Vandanmedu. Even cycling enthusiasts have a chance to rejoice in the tea estate town of Kerala. It is ultimate fun to ride along the hairpin bends and rolling roads, conquering the hills and meadows on a two wheeler. We can rent a cycle from cycle rental services in Munnar and  many hotels and resorts arrange biking trips for the guests. KDHP House in Idukki District and Gokulam Bike Hire are two popular ones.

Elephant Safari at Carmelagiri Elephant Park

Carmelagiri Elephant Park is one of the most fascinating tourist attractions in Munnar, especially for kids. It is an ideal place for family-friendly fun and a great way to get close to these lovable herbivorous giants. The park offers short elephant rides of 10-15 minutes, which is located on Mattupetty Road. It’s fun for kids and adults to take an elephant safari in the rocky topography of Munnar.

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TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT IN MUNNAR.

Munnar is a town and hill station located in the Idukki district of the southwestern Indian state of Kerala. It rises as three mountain streams merge  – Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala and its located 1,600 m above sea level. The main attractions near Munnar are,

 Eravikulam National Park

The most sought after destination in Munnar is the Eravikulam National Park, the first of its kind in Kerala, where the endangered Nilgiri Thar.
This park is a home to several species of rare butterflies, animals and birds. A great place for trekking, the park offers a magnificent view of the tea plantations caressed by blankets of mists. The park becomes a hot destination when the hill slopes here get covered in a carpet of blue, resulting from the flowering of the Neelakurinji. It is a plant endemic to this part of the Western Ghats which blooms once in twelve years.

Anamudi

Anamudi is the highest peak in the Western Ghats and South India and also one of the most enchanting sights in Munnar and is situated 2695 meters above the sea level. The place is ideal for trekking and offers many activities if you love to explore something adventurous as it is the highest point in India outside Himalayas.

Meesapulimala

Meesapulimala is the second highest peak in Munnar. Meesapulimala trekking will be a good activity to do in Munnar. The trek starts from a place called silent vally and goes in between the tea gardens and forests . Get on top of Meesapulimala and if it is a cloudless day, you can see the the beauty of Munnar Tea Gardens far and wide.

Top Station

Top Station is a view point at the highest altitude in Munnar and is located at a distance of almost 40+ KM’s from Munnar. If you are visiting Munnar, you need to be very lucky to reach top station when the sky is clear – without fog.

Mattupetti Dam
The popular picnic spot activities like boating and horse riding and is a great place to spend the day especially if visiting with children. You could take the speed boat ride which is fantastic. The ride is for 15 min.

Pothamedu View Point

You can watch the beauty of the Munnar mist that is engulfing the green hills from Pothanmedu View point.The drive to the Pothamedu ViewPoint takes you over an old bridge and narrow roads and the views during the drive is also very scenic.

Attukal Waterfalls 

It’s a must go tourist spot in Munnar where you can view a waterfall amidst hills and jungles. The Attukal waterfalls are located between Munnar and pallivasal and the road to reach itself is so beautiful.There is a narrow bridge through which you can drive your car and watch the falls but this is slightly risky as there are potholes in the bridge.

Indo Swiss diary farm project

Indo Swiss diary farm project or Livestock project is located near Mattupetty Dam and is among the best Places to Visit in Munnar. This project was created to produce high yielding cattle and was launched in the year 1963 as part of the bilateral agreement between India and the Swiss government. The sight of the cattle grazing freely on the hills of the wide farm is a unique experience which any tourist can have ever in his life.This project is currently operated by the Kerala Livestock Development and Milk Marketing Board.

Echo Point 

Go there and scream as loud as you can..and wait for a minute. You can hear your echo back! Its quite interesting. Echo Point  is about 15 km from Munnar.  If you have kids with you..they will love it. They can experience this natural phenomenon firsthand.

Tea Museum

This tea museum is first of its kind in India. It introduces tourists to the history of planting in the high ranges. It is located at KDHP’s Nullatanni estate in Munnar. The aim of the museum according to its founders is to showcase the growth of more-than-a-century-old tea plantations in this region. Anyone visiting this museum will get a clear  picture of how laborious this tea processing really is.

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How to Choose Best Resort for Honeymoon

Honeymoon brings special moment for couples, after all the tiring wedding preparations and wedding day struggles. Who wouldn’t want a blissful and romantic start to their new journey in life together united in wedlock? But the hard part is deciding where and how. It has to be an ideal location to get refreshed as well a perfect place providing privacy. Munnar is without a doubt one the best honeymoon spots in India. There are a lot of things we need to consider when deciding on how to choose the best honeymoon resort. Likewise all other wedding day planning, honeymoon planning too requires some expert travel tips.

It is important to know exactly what kind of holiday in Munnar you want. As you know, every resort in Munnar is surrounded by tea garden, mountains, waterfalls etc. If we don’t want to be surrounded by the tea gardens or mountains, then Munnar is not the right place for us. However, if you love nature, being in a peaceful surrounding with complete privacy and less crowds then Munnar is the perfect honeymoon destination.

There are several types of resorts that provide different services in Munnar. If we want a luxury honeymoon with an open budget then opt for one of the best five star resorts in Munnar. For a cheaper option, go for a budget resorts where we will get all the facilities and services we need in an affordable price. If we prefer everything in one place and price plus getting other benefits, then there are resorts that have all packages and even special honeymoon packages. These package deals always have something included such as a candlelit dinner, an excursion or sport or trucking. We can choose to spend our honeymoon by using their special package or just doing things on our own.

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