This tourist destinations, which are tucked away amid the expansive natural scenery, guarantee a revitalising getaway for everyone.
Ervikulam National Park
The renowned Eravikulam National Park, the home and sanctuary of the Nilgiri Tahr, is tucked away in this natural treasure.
Tata Tea Museum
Tata Tea developed the tea museum at the Nallathanni plantation in 2005. The museum covers Munnar's history of tea cultivation.
Tourists may also have a wonderful experience at the nearby Kundala Lake. You may board a rowboat or a pedal boat to explore the lake and take in the scenery.
The Mattupetty Dam is a gravity-storage concrete dam. In the late 1940s, the dam was built as part of the Pallivasal Hydro-electric project.
Imagine a journey over undulating hills, numerous waterfalls, abundant unique animals, and a refreshing air.
The famed Echo Point is in Munnar. A constant stream of excited tourists can be seen throughout the year in the region, which is well-known for its natural echo phenomena.
It is true to its name. With tea gardens on all sides, this location offers the option to take casual photos or to be more daring and climb.