Love Begins Here in the Hill Town of Munnar
Sprawling green rolling hills, fresh green tea gardens, aromatic spice and coffee plantations, in South. This astounding hill station which is located on the border of kerala and Tamil Nadu easily entices the vacationers who visit to the scenic stat of Kerala. This hill town is beautifully nestled in the foot hill of mighty Western Ghats which is elevated at height of 1600 meter above the main sea level. Your visit to Kerala is not considered a complete one until you visit this wonderful hill station of Kerala.
Munnar in Kerala is lovingly called as ‘Kashmir of South’ which easily attracts the tourist from all over the globe for their wonderful vacation. Apart from the wonderful and natural tourist attractions and destinations the other facts which easily enhance the tourism here are such as:
Munnar is blessed with easygoing and pleasing climate throughout the year. The summers are pleasant while the chilling winters easily allure all sorts of vacationers for their romantic and delightful vacation. Summer in Munnar starts from April which lasts till June, the maximum temperature hovers up to 25˚c while the minimum temperature is up to 15˚c which easily attract the vacationers and provide wonderful opportunity to explore its charming beauty. This season is very good for sightseeing spots, thus customize a Munnar tour packages and visit this bliss and enjoy amazing vacation.
Monsoon in Munnar last from June to August which offers the vacationers wonderful nature as all the greenery are washed by the rain and offers a serene and wonderful surroundings. Numerous streams and streamlets in the area enhance the beauty of this picturesque hill town.
Its winters in Munnar now, which remains bit long with an ideal climatic condition from September to May and the rain to are not continuous. Truly the weather is perfect for vacation. The temperature may fall up to 0˚c and it is advice to carry heavy woolen clothes during the winters to protect the cold.
Beside these superb climatic conditions some of the fascinating attractions and destinations to visit and explore are such as listed below:
Tata Tea Museum
Tata tea Museum is one of the most renowned tea museums, which is located 2 km from Munnar Centre on the Nallathany Road. Old bits and pieces from the colonial era can be glimpse here. Demonstration of how tea is produced, information on machines, tea processing and you also can taste hot stimulating Munnar tea.
Mattupetty is situated only 13 km away from Munnar and is situated at 1700 meter above the main sea level which easily attracts the vacationers from all over the globe. This astounding place is renowned for specialized diary farm, the Indo – Swiss live stock project.
Beside these there are numerous tourist destinations and attractions which are very worth to visit and explore with any Munnar tour. Some of the attractions and destinations are such as
Pallivasal, Eravikulam National Park, Lock Heart Gap, Chithirapuram, Attukal, Nyayamakad and Echo Point. So, visit Munnar and enjoy the astounding vacation ever in this wonderful hill station in Kerala.
Manju Chandra - About Author:
Manju Chandra is an eminent analyst and writer in Travel & Tourism related topics. She has authored many books on tour guide for Munnar tour.For more details visit Kerala Tourism .
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