The hill station of Munnar is in the Idukki district of Kerala state (India). From sea level, the altitude of this hill station town is 1,600 meters. The name ‘Munnar’ means three flowing rivers. As this place is located at the confluence of three rivers, this name may have originated over the times tourists can expect visits to the different tea estates of this hill station region along with Munnar sightseeing of the many popular waterfalls, lakes, dam and vista-points. There are few museums and religious places that tourists can visit while in Munnar. This hill station is blessed with heavenly views of nature and the best time to visit Munnar is during the winter to early summer months.
Travellers can choose the one that suits their budget and requirements. While in Munnar trip, a visit to the extended stretches of undulating tea gardens is a must. Munnar is also home to many rare varieties of plants and flowers growing in this climate. Both adventure lovers and nature enthusiasts will love Munnar. There are museums and religious places of interest, which can be also visited while in Munnar.
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You should go on Munnar Holidays to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Munnar Tours take you to an ideal hill station destination if you are looking for peace, calm, serenity and heavenly pristine natural beauty. There are many attractive Munnar Travel Packages available to help you travel to this place. Munnar Vacation packages are quite popular among honeymooners.
While you are on a Munnar tourism, you will be completely taken in by the natural scenic extravaganza that plays out in front of you. You will be assailed by the lush and verdant countryside, the gently rolling hills, the fog covered snowy summits and the craggy mountain peaks. The scene seems lifted straight out of a picture postcard.
Munnar proudly flaunts its manicured tea estates that shroud the mountainous terrains lovingly. The highest peak in south India, Anamudi is here. Munnar Holiday Packages mostly attract tourists for its scenic beauty, however, on a trip to this place you can visit the Eravikulam National Park, which is home to the endangered species of the Nilgiri Tahr.