Munnar Tour and Travel Guide
Munnar is a famous hill station located in Idukki district of Kerala. It is nestled in Western Ghats and this beckons nature lovers from different parts of the world. Munnar is very beautiful and is regarded as the paradise of peace and tranquility. So, if you are planning to visit Munnar, then make use of this Munnar Tour and Travel Guide from Vacation Trip India to have wonderful holiday experience.
Have a look at the below mentioned tourist places in Munnar that must not be given a miss :-
Munnar Photo Gallery
Sightseeing in Munnar
Mattupetty dam and its reservoir is situated thirteen km away from Munnar. This concrete gravity dam is constructed between the hill ranges and mainly used as water storage for hydroelectric projects. The reservoir in this dam is an idyllic place to enjoy the serene nature as well as to see the elephants
Echo Point is picnic spot where tourists can stroll along the misty green slopes of the lake. Nature walks at this place is a popular activity. Many tourists also go for trekking through the nearby spice, tea and coffee plantations and grasslands. Cool breeze along with calm serene surroundings make Echo Point a favorite place for many tourists. At Echo Point, people can clearly hear their loud voice echoing within the reservoir.
Top Station is a spot to get a panoramic view of Munnar and surrounding areas. The tourists can see spice, coffee and tea plantation, water bodies, rolling grasslands from this location that gives a wonderful experience.
Kundala is an idyllic place to get a panoramic view of the Dam. Kundala Dam constructed in the year 1946 and considered as Asia’s first Arch Dam. People visiting Kundala Lake often go for a ride in Kashmiri – Shikara boats and pedal boats are also available at this Lake.
Attukal Waterfalls is a famous spot to be visited by both natives as well as tourists. It is situated in between Pallivasal and Munnar, is an idyllic spot surrounded by verdant rolling hills. This is a favorite location for trekkers and gathers its true beauty soon after the monsoon months of June, July and August.