- one of the best hill stations of South India
- is situated at a height of 1600 m from Sea Level. Situated at
the confluence of three mountain streams, this hill station was
once the summer capital of the British Government
in South India. Sprawling Tea Plantations, small
towns and beautiful houses make this a popular hill station. Munnar
is also famous for exotic flora - like Neelakurunji, which
blooms once in 12 years. Anamudi, the highest peak
of south India is situated in this area and is an ideal
place for Trekking.
Places to see
Is famous for its highly specialized Diary Farm
- the Indo-Swiss live stock project.
This idyllic hill station with its velvet lawns,
exotic flora and fauna and the
cool mountain air offer a unique experience to
visitors. The sita devi lake with its mineral waters and picturesque
surroundings is a good picnic spot.
2695 mt. above sea level this place is a natural habitat of the
rare species - Niligiri Thar.
This is the highest Point on the Munnar - Kodaikanal
route and one gets good view of the nearby towns from this peak.
How to reach
Nearest airport is Cochin, which is 140 Kms from Munnar. No rail
head to Munnar. Roads are well connected.
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