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Average Climate:
Summer: 22°C – 35°C 
Winter: 15°C – 30°C 
Best time to visit:
November to March

About Munnar

A picturesque little town of Munnar lies at a height of about 1800m, in a part of the Western Ghats known as the High Ranges. Set at an altitude of 6000 ft in Idukki district, Munnar is a Hill station and was the favored summer resort of the erstwhile British rulers in the colonial days. The name 'Munnar' (which means 'Three Rivers' in Tamil) is derived from its location at the confluence of three mountain streams – Kundala, Mudrapuzha and Nallathanni. The strobilanthus shrub ('Neelakurinji' in local language Malayalam), a blue flower which blooms only every 12 years, is found in this region and was bloomed last in December 2006. South India's largest tea-growing region, picture-book towns, winding lanes and holiday facilities make this a popular resort town. 

Tourist Attractions

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Eravikulam National Park s

s The rolling high-altitude grasslands, a striking contrast to the dense sholas or tropical montane forests of the valles are unique to the mountain landscape of the Western Ghats. Eravikulam national park is spread over an extensive area of 97 sq. km in the high ranges of Idukki district. Located 15 km from Munnar, it is one of most important tourist destinations in Kerala. The park has a rare collection of varieties of trees and shrubs. You can find here climax grasslands. The national park is managed by the Kerala Department of Forest and Wildlife, Munnar. The national park is divided into three areas - the core area, the buffer area and the tourism area. In which, the Rajamalai is known to be the tourism area of the park.

Mattupetty Lakes

Anaimudi Mountains



Windamere Estate


There are none of the mandatory features of a resort here—swimming pool, salon or spa. But there’s enough and more of what you need: nature at its most tender and real; thoughtful and non-intrusive service that’s customised through careful observation of your needs; and a smile that comes all the way from the h...