|Kerala at a glance|
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|Tea Museum & Processing Unit :
Since Munnar has earned its fame due to tea, it is quiet obvious that a Tea Museum in Munnar attracts a whole lot visitors. The Tea Museum, run by the prestigious Tata Tea, takes you back into the time when tea industry had just begun to make its presence felt in Munnar in the 1880s.
Just 3 km before Munnar, while you are travelling on NH 49, is Pothanmedu, sitting comfortably on a high cliff. The place is perfect to enjoy the spectacular beauty of the coffee, tea, and cardamom plantations.
This place has earned its fame after it became the venue for the first Hydro Electric Project in Kerala. Situated at a distance of around 8 km from Munnar town, Pallivasal revels in its natural beauty.
Located between Munnar and Pallivasal, is Attukal Falls that usually presents a panoramic view but assumes a cascading and roaring beauty during the monsoons. It is one of the most attractive scenes that you can look at during your stay at Munnar.
Devikulam is a pastoral beauty located just 7 km from Munnar. The air of Devikulam, like Munnar is extremely refreshing and is therefore perfect to relax. The Sita Devi Lake here is a good picnic spot and attracts a large number of tourists and locals. Moreover, trout fishing in Sita Devi Lake is great opportunity for anglers.
Nyayamkad falls in between Munnar and Rajamala and offers splendid views of water dropping from a height of 1600 m. The place is ideal for both peace and adventure lovers since they can either walk around and soak in the beauty of the surroundings or enjoy trekking. The Nyayamakad gap provides excellent views of the Munnar valley.
This is place that gives shelter to the extremely endangered species of Nilgiri Tahr (Hemitragas bylocres). Infact, the place is home to nearly half the population of this mountain goat species in the entire world. Rajamala is situated at a distance of 15 km from Munnar and at a height of 2695 m above sea level.
Ervikulam National Park :
This park along with Rajamala is the precious habitat of the Niligiri Tahr in Kerala. The park occupies an area of 97 sq km and was initially a hunting preserve of the British planters. In 1950s, an NGO realized the importance of protecting the tahrs and stepped in to demand the declaration of area as a sanctuary.
Mattupetty is famous for its cattle breeding farm, an artificial lake and a dam. The farm, which is a joint project of India and Switzerland, rears more than 100 varieties of cattles.
Echo Point :
Echo Point falls in the way to the Top Station and gives you the pleasure of hearing your voice returning to you again and again.