The beautiful hill station of Munnar is situated at the confluence of mountains, rolling hills and a favorite destination for honeymoon in Kerala, hence called as the Kashmir of South India.
Places of interest in Munnar also include Subramanya Temple, Rose Garden, Lockhart Tea Park, Lockhart Tea Park and Neelakurinji flowers. Mattupatty direction and Thekkedy direction are most popular base for Munnar tourism.
Attukal Waterfalls is among the must see places in Munnar, especially post monsoon and a major tourist attraction.
Cheeyapara Waterfalls, Lakkam waterfalls, Nyayamakad Waterfalls and Lakkom Water Falls are three most popular waterfalls located around Munnar.
Blossom Hydel is a park of beautiful landscapes, picturesque flowers, artificial waterfalls and scenic beauty. The park is most popular tourist attractions in Munnar, located around 3 km from the city.
Top Station is a popular tourist destination and a view point that offers a panoramic view of the majestic Western Ghats.
Pothamedu view point is the perfect place for photographers and most famous tourist view point in Munnar. The Viewpoint offers mesmerizing view of the majestic mountains, tea coffee plantations and dense forest.
Tata Tea Museum in Munnar is visited by large number of tourist every year and the museum exhibit the history of tea plantations in India.
Kundala Lake is a picturesque place and home of the very rare Neelakurinji flowers, blooms once in twelve years at the hills and valleys around the lake.
Mattupetty Dam built around the mountains of Western Ghats near Munnar and visiting grounds for elephants of Munnar.
Lockhart Gap is one of the major attractions in Munnar and known for its hills, valleys, trekking trails and plantation as well as an ideal place for adventure tourism in Kerala.
Marayur town is located 42 km from Munnar and famous for Ancient dolmens, rock paintings and natural sandalwood forest. The town is also home to medicinal plants, Karimutty waterfalls and 1000 species of flowering plants.
Carmelagiri Elephant Park in Munnar is an ultimate destination where you can get elephant riding experience. The private park elephant safari will cost you around INR 350 per person and extra for photographs.
Anamudi peak is the highest peak in Kerala, lies on the border of Devikulam Taluk and known as Everest of South India. Chokramudi Peak and Meesapulimala peak are also popular trekking places near Munnar and offers breathtaking landscapes of the tea plantations.
Devikulam hill station near Munnar is a tourist attraction, 8 kilometers from Munnar and known for its picturesque landscapes and list of waterfalls during the monsoon.
Rajamala is another small hill station near Munnar and home to many more wildlife species. The Hills is part of the Eravikulam National Park and administered by Munnar wildlife division.
Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the most famous protected areas of Kerala and the only rehabilitation centre for star tortoise in India.
Eravikulam National Park is consist of high altitude sholas grasslands and home to largest population of the Nilgiri tahr in India. The grasslands of Anamudi peak and surrounding is also home to Mysterious Pogeyan Cat of Western Ghats.