Nearby Attractions

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.


The Attukad Waterfall, Lakkam Waterfalls , Thoovanam Waterfalls and Viripara Waterfalls are one of the most popular attractions.

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Tea Museum

Kanan Devan Hills Plantations Company (P) Ltd. (KDHP) owns the tea estate, which goes back to the 1880s.

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Kolukkumalai Tea Estate

The Kolukkumalai Tea Estate is located 35 kilometres outside of Munnar

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Eravikulam National park

The Eravikulam National Park (also known as Rajamalai Wildlife Sanctuary) is a UNESCO world heritage site located 45 minutes from Munnar.

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Top Station

Top Station is around 32 kilometres from Munnar, on the Kerala-Tamil Nadu state line. It is the highest peak in Munnar at 6276 feet, with a panoramic view of the spectacular Western Ghats

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Echo Point

Echo Point is situated in the lap of a picturesque lake and foggy hills covered in lush green trees, at an altitude of 600 feet and a distance of around 15 kilometres from Munnar.

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Vattavada is in the rain shadow area of the Western Ghats, and is located in the Idukki district.

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Marayoor, a picturesque location about 40 kilometres from Munnar, is known for its naturally blooming sandalwood forest and Stone Age Civilisation dolmens.

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Chinnar Wildlife sanctuary

The Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary is part of the Idukki District and is located in the Western Ghats. This region, which covers an area of 90.44 km2, is densely populated with a diverse range of indigenous flora and animals, making it a popular tourist destination.

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