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Munnar is a haven of peace and harmony. This incredibly beautiful hill town is positioned at a height of 6000ft in the Idukki district, and is the most privileged summer resort. Munnar was a significant resort even during the British monarchs in those colonial days.Munnar is a perfect destination for adventure enthusiasts, honeymoon couples, wildlife and nature lovers.


History & Culture

  • Tata Tea Museum


  • Anamudi Peak
  • Atukkad Waterfalls
  • Cheeyappara Waterfalls


  • Rajamalai National Park (Eravikulam National Park)
  • Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary (Thattekkad Sanctuary)


  • Kulamavu, Idukki
  • Trekking

Fun & Entertainment

  • Blossom International Park


  • Marayoor

How to reach

Kochi to Munnar 130 km  
Coimbatore to Munnar 170 km  
Trivandrum to Munnar 275 km  
Bangalore to Munnar 480 km  
Chennai to Munnar 589 km  


Best Season / Best time to visit Munnar

Munnar experiences a moderate climate throughout the year. But the best time to visit is from August to May.

  • Winters (December to February) are cool and temperature comes down to 10°C during this period. This time is perfect for exploring and honeymooning. Moreover, winter period is also ideal for taking up trekking, rock climbing and rappelling.
  • Summers (March to May) are pleasant and the temperature ranges a maximum of 35°C to minimum of 19°C, making it ideal for visiting tea estates such as Kolukkumalai Tea Estate and Tata Tea Museum.
  • Monsoons (June to September) are lovely with pouring rainfalls. Most tourists don’t prefer to visit Munnar in rainy season. However, the place has its own charm in monsoon, in fact it looks very refreshing with full of greenery. The months of August and September is ideal for enjoying the beautiful waterfalls like Chinnakanal and Cheeyappara Waterfalls .

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