Munnar

Eravikulam National Park: The highest peak in south India, The Anaimudi Peak is located inside the park at a height of 2700m. The largest population of the endangered NilgiriTahris in Eraikulampark. The park takes a beautiful hue of blue once in every 12 years as the endangered flower, Neelakurinji blooms. The park is also home to multitude of endangered and endemic flora and fauna.

Mattupetty: Mattupetty is known for its dam, situated 13km away from the town at an altitude of 1700m above sea level. It is also known for the dairy farm run by the Indo-Swiss livestock project. Visitors could see some of the farm’s high yielding variety of breeds.

Pallivasal: It is the first venue of hydro-electric project in Kerala. The place is known and favoured for its scenic beauty.

Top Station: It is the highest point on the Munnar-Kodaikanal road. And is on the Kerala –Tamilnadu border. Top station visits offer you one of the most beautiful view of the Western Ghats.

Tea Museum: Located in Nallathanni estate of Munnar is Tata Tea Museum, Accounting the legacy of Tea plantations of Munnar. The museum showcases complete saga from the genesis of the seedling to how it reaches your tea cup.

Munnar