Munnar is a paragon of beauty in the Western Ghats of India. There are many places to visit in Munnar, a pretty quaint town in the South Indian subcontinent. Munnar is nicknamed as the Kashmir of South India. Nestled amid the Annamalai hills, also known as the Elephant Hills. Munnar spreads across an area of 557 square kilometers in the Idukki district of Kerala. Munnar is located at the confluence of three rivers namely Mudhirapuzha, Nallathanni, and Kundaly. It is not only famous for the layers of hill ranges that we could witness at a height of 5200 ft in Munnar but also layers of verdant tea and coffee plantation which shapes the landscapes.
Attukal Waterfalls, Munnar
Attukal Waterfalls is one of the main waterfalls of Munnar, which is very popular among adventure seekers. The mountain path through the forest gives chills on every step towards Attukal Waterfalls. The pool at the bottom of the fall has enough water to dip and bath. It is highly recommended that you visit Munnar during Monsoon season. Attukal waterfall is located between Munnar and Pallivasal which can be reached by crossing a wooden bridge. The waterfalls in Munnar witness thousands of tourist every year and Attukal is one of those famous waterfalls which is beautiful.
Chinnakanal Waterfalls, Munnar
We can spot this tempting waterfall right on the side of the road about a 20 KM drive on the NH leading to Thekkady. The Chinnakanal waterfall is surrounded by lush greenery and the source being River Devikulam. We can take snaps, bath, enjoy the fall and sit there for hours. We can laze around the fall as much as we want. During the monsoon season, it appears like gallons of milk are being thrown from a height and it becomes a little tricky to bath under it. Chinnakanal is one of the must visit place in Munnar for a memorable experience.
Lakkom Water Falls, Munnar
Falls on the route to Udumalaipettai from Munnar, this waterfall is part of the Eravikulam National Park, which originates from the Eravikulam stream at around 30 KM off Munnar. Travel through the thick tea plantation on a narrow winding trail and witness this silky white magic of nature. In the clear water of the pool below, you can even see your toe twiddling on the rocks. It is one of the sightseeing places in Munnar which commands our attention. The sight of this small yet charming waterfall is spellbinding. The water takes a plunge out of a thick green forest from afar.
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.