Munnar is a picturesque hill station nestled in the Western Ghats of Kerala, known for its lush tea plantations, breathtaking views of misty mountains.

By. Rohit P.

Kolukkumalai Tea Estate 

A stunning organic tea plantation situated at a height of 8,000 feet, offering picturesque views of the mountains.


The second-highest peak in the Western Ghats, with breathtaking views of the rolling hills and misty valleys.

Pampadum Shola National Park

A hidden gem with rich biodiversity, providing a serene and peaceful atmosphere.

Chokramudi Peak

A secluded trekking spot with a challenging trail, but rewarding views of the valley and forests from the top.

Lockhart Gap

A lesser-known but spectacular viewpoint offering panoramic views of the surrounding tea gardens and mountains.

Lakkam Waterfalls

A picturesque waterfall hidden amidst the lush green forests, offering a refreshing escape from the heat.

Anamudi Peak

The highest peak in South India, with a challenging trekking trail and awe-inspiring views of the Western Ghats.

Kanan Devan Tea Museum

An offbeat attraction that showcases the history of tea cultivation in Munnar and offers a unique tea-tasting experience.

Thoovanam Waterfalls

A pristine waterfall located in the Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, surrounded by lush greenery and exotic wildlife.

Marayoor Sandalwood Forests

A hidden treasure trove of fragrant sandalwood trees, with ancient rock art and historical sites.