Munnar Travel Guide
Munnar Travel Guide: A haven of tranquility, Munnar is breathtakingly beautiful and an the idyllic destination in God’s own country. Set high at 6000 ft in Idukki district, it was once was the favored summer resort of the British. And with good reason. It is blessed with endless stretches of tea plantations – pristine valleys, misty mountain, exotic flora and fauna in its wild sanctuaries and forests. The spice scented aroma of cool air sets your heart abuzz!
Place To Visit in Munnar
Bask in the beauty of nature in the hill resort of Munnar. Magnificent greens are sure to rejuvenate your body, mind and soul.
Take time out to visit the glorious tea gardens. The lavish garden spreads allow an intimate look at tea processing. All the stages- from picking of the tealeaves in the estates and the gardens to the packing in the factories happen right in front of you. You can also take a guided tour to the factories and pick up freshly packed tealeaves as souvenirs.
The Christ Church exists from the pre-independence days. Even now the Sunday services are held here.
Devikulam Lake The cool environs of Devikulam Lake close by attract tourists by the droves. An ideal spot to unwind and relax , you can even try angling in its waters.
Eating Out in Munnar
- The city of misty mountains and meandering roadways is also the place for exotic food. A number of restaurants offer authentic South Indian cuisine.
- There are two restaurants in Munnar which belongs to the Eastend Group:
- The Greens and the Blues is a multi-cuisine restaurant in Munnar which offers anything from the spicy North Indian to the splendid south Indian along with Oriental. Amongst the other restaurants in Munnar, Poopadas, and Gurus are quite popular while the Sarvana Restaurant is famous for the vegetarian meals.
How to Reach Munnar
The airport at Cochin/Kochi caters to Munnar. The railway station nearest to Munnar also happens to be that of Cochin-Kochi. The excellent road network links the hill resort of Munnar with the other important places of Kerala.