Munnar- The Hill Station of Kerala

Munnar is a hill station located in the district of Idukki in the southwestern state of Kerala. Munnar is situated at an altitude of 5200 feet above sea level(1600 meters). It is located in the western ghats mountain range. It is also known as Kashmir of south India. Famous for its tea states exotic lush greenery and craggy peaks located in the Western Ghats in the state of Kerala. Munnar is home to endangered species like the Neelgiri thar and the Neela kurinji. The Ernakulam national park And Salim Ali bird sanctuary are its major can also see the highest peak of western ghats of South India Anamudi peak(2695 meter).

Places to visit in Munnar:-

  1. Eco point
  2. Rosegarden
  3. Elephant arrival
  4. Photo point
  5. Mattupetty dam
  6. Top station
  7. Kolukkumalai tea estate
  8. Atukkad waterfall
  9. Marayoor
  10. Ernakulam national park
  11. Blossom Park
  1. Chinna Kanal waterfall
  2. Kundala dam & lake
  3. Chinnar wildlife sanctuary
  4. Tata tea
  5. Salim Ali bird sanctuary
  6. Pallivasal fall
  7. Chokramudi peak(7200 feet)


How to reach Munnar:-

By Road

Munnar is well connected by national highways, state highways, and rural roads.

  • From Kochi-Ernakulam- 150 km

By Railway

The nearest major railway stations are at Ernakulam and Aluva (approximately 140 kilometers (87 mi) by road). The Nearest Functioning Railway station is at Udumalaipettai.

By Airport

The nearest airport is Cochin international airport, which is 110 kilometers (68 mi) away. The Coimbatore and Madurai airport is 165 km(103 mi).

Eco point


Photo point
Mattupetty dam


Kolukkumalai tea estate


Attukal waterfall


Ernakulam national park


Chinna Kanal waterfall


Chinnar wildlife sanctuary

Chokramudi peak

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