Munnar Hill Station Tourby ashok kumar Tourism,Seo Enthusiast
Kerala ,nestling between the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea, is an enchanting destinations and India's cleanest most peace ful State.Secluded beaches, palm fringed backwaters, mist clad hill stations, lush tropical forests, waterfalls, exotic wildlife, monuments, art forms and festivals give it a distinctive charm. Apart from being a tourist destination, Kerala is also India's most advanced society.Kerala is an enchanting mosaic of coconut groves and paddy fields, wide beaches and labyrinthine backwaters, verdant hills and rainforests. Its diverse culture is enriched by the three great religions that have ancient roots here. Hinduism is the religion of the majority, practised here with a rare rigour that prohibits non-Hindus from entering most temples.
Munnar is a town and major hill station located in the Idukki district in Kerala. It is one of the popular destination for visitors from Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Idukki is the most gifted district of Kerala,the unspoiled natural queen of Kerala is a tourist ParadiseWith high ranges of altitude varying from 2500 feet above sea level. Idukki, is the district where forests and wildlife aboundBecause of this, the town and its environs have witnessed a proliferation of hotels, restaurants and shopping centres.
The place is also famous for its herbs,medicinal plants ,fruits, several hills, tea plantations, National Parks, Rivers and lakes have made Munnar an essential tourist destination in India.
Places to visit In Munnar.
Atukkad Waterfalls,Echo Point, Munnar,Pothamedu View Point,Eravikulam National Park,Kundala Dam & Lake,Pathanmedu,Pallivasal etc.
Get a tour plan to munnar kerala india to enjoy this destination with your family. Munnar is famous for Mattupetty Lake, 13 km north of Munnar, is surrounded by lovely semi alpine scenery. The name Munnar (which means “Three Rivers” in Tamil) is derived from its location at the confluence of three mountain streams – Kundala, Mudrapuzha and Nallathanni. The picturesque little town of Munnar lies at a height of about 1,800 m (5,906 ft), in a part of the Western Ghats known as the High Ranges.
Pathanmedu located (6km from Munnar) is a beautiful place for an excellent view of plantations; Pallivasal (8Km) for Hydro-electric projects; Attukal (9km) and Nyayamakad (10km) for water falls. Top station is yet another attraction of Munnar.
June to September is best time to visit Munnar. This is the monsoon season in Munnar ,this is a great time to visit the hill station if you're looking for a quiet vacation. Covered with lush green foliage, monsoons in Munnar have a charm of their own.
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