Know Why You
Must Visit Munnar

The journey of Munnar's
tea business from the
1880s is made available to
the visitors at Munnar's
Tea Museum.

There is a tea-processing
facility near the Tea Museum.
Here, a visitor learns about the
various steps in tea production
and the subtleties of tea tasting.

The existence of a church, a
mosque, and a temple on three
different hillocks in Munnar
is an evidence of its
secular culture.

The waterfalls at Munnar,
including Cheeyapara Falls,
Athukad Falls, and Valara
Falls - the best in South
INDIA - rise in incredible
grandeur during monsoon.

Sethu Parvathi Puram or
the Mattupetty Dam offers
beautiful views of the
surrounding area.

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Plantar's cottage is the ideal
location for a few days of relaxation amidst the
lush tea fields.

Local food such as bhajis,
bondas, and vadas are available
at a variety of tiny cafes across
the town for a reasonable price.

The wildlife sanctuary, which is
60 kilometres from Munnar in
the foothills of Kerala and
Tamil Nadu, gives you a good
glimpse of animals.

The British planters, who are
renowned for protecting wildlife,
once used Eravikulam National Park
as a hunting reserve.

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