Munnar is a picturesque hill station located in Kerala at the confluence of the rivers Kundala, Nallathanni, and Mudrapuzha. It served as a summer house for the British in recourse to the humid climatic conditions of the rest of the South Indian region. If you’re looking for a break from the commercial humdrum of the city, then Munnar is the best place to relax.
Boutique stays are the perfect choice of holiday home accommodation if you want to stay in the city and not feel like an outsider. Depending upon your budget and the number of people in your group, you can either choose to book a single room or an entire home. There are budget friendly lodgings starting from INR 2,000 and go up till approximately INR 82,000. Some boutiques can accommodate as many as 30 guests, so if you are travelling with a big group then you can all stay at the same place and enjoy the beautiful hill station together. Some of the stays have shared and private pools, which can be the perfect way to throw a private pool party. Well equipped with all the basic amenities, boutique stays can be a one-stop solution to all your traveling woes.
Eravikulam National Park: The park is popular as the home of the endangered species of Nilgiri Tahr. Along with being a scenic landscape, it houses the beautiful Neelakurinji flowers which bloom every 12 years. When in bloom, they create a carpet of blue which covers the entire landscape.
Mattupetty: Another place of interest is Mattupetty, which is famous for its dam and lake. If you want to kick-start your vacation with a little picnic then this is a good spot for it. If boat rides are what interest you, then you’re in luck because this place offers the activity.
Pallivasal: A hydro-electric plant located against a picturesque background is a picture-perfect spot for some sightseeing.
Anayirangal and Chinnakanal: Chinnakanal has beautiful waterfalls which are also known as Power House waterfalls. You can view the Western Ghats from this spot and enjoy the spectacular natural beauty of Munnar. At Anayirangal, you can visit the tea gardens, which is ideal place for all tea lovers.
Tea Museum: Situated in Nallathanni Estate of Tata Tea, the museum is dedicated to the tea plantations in Munnar