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Munnar

Set at an altitude of 6000 ft in the district of Idukki, Munnar is a quaint hill station located in the Western Ghats of Kerala. It is also an idyllic hill station, famous for its tea estates and exotic lush green peaks. Munnar was the summer capital of the erstwhile Britishers in the state. Munnar has also flourished as commercial tea-growing centre from 1880 onwards. Neelakurinji, the famed flower that blooms once in every twelve years, blooms in the hills of Munnar. One of the main attractions near Munnar is the Eravikulam National Park. The national park is home to the tallest peak in south India, Anamudi Peak, standing at a height of over 2700 m. Munnar is truly a nature lovers paradise that hides so many treasures to explore.
Some of the major attractions in Munnar are Eravikulam National Park, Anamudi Peak, Mattupetty Dam, Pallivasal, Chinnakanal & Anayirangal, Top Station, Tea Museum and Meesapulimala.

Things to do in Munnar:
Eravikulam national park is a must visit for every nature lover as it is the home to the largest viable population of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr and the famous Neelakurinji , which blooms once in 12 years. Apart from Tahr, the park is an abode of other little known animals such as Nilgiri Marten, Ruddy Mongoose, Small Clawed Otter, Dusky Striped Squirrel etc. The highest peak in south india, Anamudi (2,695 metres) is also situated inside eravikulam national park.

The shikara ride at kundala lake is another way to relax and unwind in Munnar.The picturesque Kundala lake is surrounded by green valleys and majestic landscapes which is a must see sight.

Located in the Kannan Devan hills of Munnar , amidst the confluence of three mountain streams – Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala,is another gem, Top Station. Top Station got its name from the fact that it was the uppermost railway station located in the Kundala Valley, and was a transshipment point for tea trade. Top Station falls on the border of Kerala and Tamil Nadu, and so it offers a clear view of the panoramic Western Ghats and the valley of Theni District in Tamil Nadu.

Tea has played an integral part in the history of Munnar and to ensure that the legacy of tea plantations survives Tata Tea established a Tea Museum in 2005. Visitors can observe the history and growth of tea estates, 'Pelton Wheel' used in the power generation plant in the 1920s, tea roller and rail engine wheel of the Kundale Valley Light Railway etc at the museum. Tea tasting is another attraction, visitors can taste some of the most exotic varieties of tea available around the world here.

Lakshmi Hills in Munnar is another important tourist spot that is flocked by tourists from across the world to enjoy trekking. The trek is an exciting experience that is sure to stay fresh and get in close with the imposing misty mountains, mystic mist clouds and the chilling Munnar breeze.

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