It is a wonderful place for nature enthusiasts to visit. Nestled amidst the beauty of rolling hills, evergreen tea plantations, luscious spice gardens, winding trails, and scenic meadows, it offers a wide range of delightful activities that allow nature lovers to explore Mother Nature at its very peak. This hill station is surrounded by tropical rainforest and you can feel the cool wind throughout the summer. It is a desirable destination for people of all ages. One of the best things about this hill station is its frequently changing weather conditions. There will be mist, followed by a light breeze, then rain and thick gloomy clouds.

A lot of major cities and tourist destinations are close to Munnar, making it one of Kerala’s most accessible tourist destinations. Taking a road trip across rolling hills and lush plantation areas, you will arrive at the enchanting beauty of this tourist destination in Kerala as you wind your way through winding terrains through the rolling hills. There is no direct train access to Munnar. However, one could board a train to Aluva, which is 110 km away, or from Ernakulam which is 130km distant, depending on the train route. The hill station is also easily accessible from Cochin International Airport, which is 110 km away.

The famous hill station of Munnar, situated in Kerala’s Idukki district, is a must-visit holiday destination for all, whether they are on vacation with their families, or friends, or on any other kind of trail. With captivating hills and mountains, gurgling rivers, cascading waterfalls, lush plantations, and wildlife-protected areas, this hill station makes a wonderful holiday destination. To make their Munnar vacations more pleasant, here is a detailed guide to Munnar.

  • Anamudi Peak

The highest point in South India is 8,842-ft above mean sea level and is the highest in the entire world. Ananmudi is called the forehead of an elephant because it is a huge monolithic rock that looks like an elephant’s forehead. It has a unique shape, not in the usual conical form.



  • Chinnakanal Waterfalls

This is a breath-taking natural waterfall located on the way to Suriyanelli from Munnar. The road to Suriyanelli passes just near the flowing waters, where there is a small bathing place with safety bars amidst the fresh water and mountain mists, and it is an excellent spot to take photos of this waterfall, mountain valley, and large tea plantations.

  • Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary

The Western Ghats Mountain Ranges are preserved in the Idukki forest and this area is part of the rain forest, located on the highway from Munnar to Udumalpet. You can see elephants, leopards, and tigers on a jeep safari in this sanctuary, which covers 1,600 ft. to 7,500 ft.

  • Echo Point

There’s something magical about this natural acoustic phenomenon in Munnar, and it’s only 10 kilometres away. It’s a mountainous place and you have to stand on the banks of the river at 600 feet altitude to hear your voice echo three times. This is one of the most picturesque places to land for romantics to enjoy the river, mountains, and valleys all in one place.   

  • Eravikulam National Park

In May, animal and bird lovers should take a wild safari in order to see them in their natural state from 6,000 ft. to 6,500 ft. above mean sea level. The park is a home for some of the extant species since many of them can only be found in this rainforest.

  • Kanandevanhills museum

At the central junction of Munnar Town, this is the premier place to visit in May to explore the work behind the tea we drink daily. It is the largest museum to display the history of tea plantations in this mountainous region.

  • Lock Heart Gap

A scenic drive offers views of this mountain valley and hill lock in the Western Ghats, located about 25 kilometres from Munnar. You need to head towards Chinnakannal to see where flowing mountain mists are found every season of the year.

  • Mattupetty Dam

Taking a day trip to this scenic dam in Munnar is an interesting experience when on the Munnar Tour. It is a few kilometres from Echo Point, and if you are lucky you may be able to spot elephants drinking water near the catchment area. It is also a suitable place to do boating since it is an extremely popular activity.

  • Meesapulimala

With an altitude of 8,661 ft. above mean sea level, it is the third-highest peak of the Western Ghats Mountain Ranges. It is a mountain that is accessible to the public and offers an amazing view of Tamil Nadu and Kerala to the east and west. As a result, the clouds seem to touch your feet, making you feel as if you were in heaven.


Munnar is a scenic hill station set amid the towering hills of the Western Ghats. It is a year-round tourist destination, and no matter what season it is, it will impress you with its appeal and natural beauty.

Every season brings different shades and essences to this hilly retreat. So, get packing, plan your vacation in Munnar with Anic holidays and get ready to be blown away by the beauty and charm of this town. Whether you’re planning on mountain biking,hiking or camping, this hill station serves as an ideal adventure destination.