Munnar is elusive as much as it is beautiful. Even after earning the status as South India’s most preferred hill station, Munnar always has something to enchant. Taking its name from the confluence of three mountain streams – Muthirapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala, these misty mountains served as the summer resort of the erstwhile British administration in South India. At 1600 metres above sea level, Munnar’s verdant hills, winding roads, sprawling estates, gleaming falls, undulating valleys is makes an idyllic holiday destination.
Being a getaway, here, opportunities to indulge in walking, trekking, photography, boating, angling or even a bit of adventure are many. Besides the spectacular visuals that grace these mountains, they even abound in a variety of attractions.