With Summer holidays just around the corner, the search for the perfect holiday spot has begun. But at the same time, choosing a perfect holiday spot doesn’t come easy. But sit back and relax, as we will be clearing many of your doubts and making it easy for you!
Although we have many, but here we have listed out just the top five major reasons why your Munnar tour is worth every penny:
1. A perfect Summer destination
While Summers keep closing in for the country, cool havens across India are garnering all the highlights. Moreover, South India has already started seeing peaking temperatures for the last many days.
One of the major Summer destinations which require all the highlights at this point of time, is Munnar in Kerala. Several people are, heading to Munnar for some much-needed respite from the heat. And when it comes to weather who can you trust more than Skymet itself!
2. Stroll past the estates
A walk through the aromatic tea gardens, scenic hills covered with green foliage and a camera in hand; there cannot be a better way to spend your evening! Go make your friends jealous and upload those pictures on Instagram, because Munnar gives you a thousand reasons to. You can even plan to visit the century-old tea factories where you can taste and pick up the finest tea in the country. Add the ‘Tata Tea Museum’ to your itinerary and witness tea-processing yourself. This pleasant hill station is replete with soothing greenery. Devikulam, quite close to Munnar has many tea gardens.
3. Its splashing water streams
Admire the splashing water streams in Munnar, these are all you ever required for a therapy. Munnar is dotted with majestic waterfalls that are surrounded by beautiful mountains of Western Gats. Munnar, literally translates to ‘three streams’, is a meeting point of Muthirapuzha, Nala Thanni, and Kundali.
4. Go fishing!
A trip with the family couldn’t have got better! Trout anglers may dip their fishing rods in the shimmering waters of Sita Devi Lake and enjoy a barbeque.
5. Indulge at the Eravikulam National Park
Eravikulam offers once in a lifetime experience where Neela Kurinji blooms once in 12 years. Last seen in 2018, the time for viewing them begins in August and lasts up to October. In Munnar, one can view this great sight from Kovilur, Kadavari, Rajamala and Eravikulam National Park. Eravikulam is incidentally home to the endangered Nilgiri Tahr, hosting a majority of the remaining population of the species on the planet.
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