Lattitude: 10.0892° N, Longitude: 77.0597° E
Munnar is a spectacular hill station and a serene tourist destination located in Idukki district in the state of Kerala “God's own country”. The tranquil hill station had been a favorite summer destinations for the British monarchies during British rule in India. Munnar is blessed with wide stretches of tea gardens, immaculate valleys, misty hills, stunning species of flora and fauna in its dense forest and sanctuaries, waterfalls and streams, moreover the fragrance of the spices can be observed in the cool breeze at Munnar, a places you would like to visit many times. This beautiful destination located on the Southern Western Ghats of India is easily accessible from Kochi and Coimbatore. Munnar has a special status in the tourism map of Kerala for being a land where flower Neelakurinji blooms once in twelve years which attracted travelers from all over the world in the year 2006 and now these rare species of flower is expected to bloom in 2018. Munnar is also famous for Anamudi which is the highest peak in South India. Anamudi is located at a height of 8850 ft. above sea level and is an ideal place for trekking.
Mattupetty Dam, Mattupetty Dairy Farms, Kundala lake, Top Station, Echo Point, Eravikulam National Park, Tea Estates and Museum, Marayoor Sandalwood Forests, Attukad Waterfalls, Blossom Park, Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, Lakkom Waterfalls
By Train: Kochi and Kottayam are the nearest Railway Stations located around 130 Kms and 142 Kms respectively.
By Flight: Cochin International Airport is the nearest Airport located around 130 Kms.