Munnar is a prominent hill station in Kerala nestled along the Western Ghats at a height of 1600 metres above sea level.
The lush green hills, attractive valleys, and huge tea plantations make the hill station famous. The region is steeped in history, with many colonial-era architectural remnants. The region is often known as the "Kashmir of South India."
Munnar's name roughly translates to "three rivers confluence." The region is located on the banks of three rivers: Madupetti, Nallathanni, and Periavaru. Munnar offers a variety of tourism opportunities and natural viewpoints. Apart from that, prominent attractions include the Tata Tea Museum, Eravikulam National Park, Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, and tea estates.