Munnar is a paragon of beauty in the Western Ghats of India and there are myriads of places to visit in Munnar, a pretty quaint town in the South Indian subcontinent. Nestled amid the Annamalai hills, also known as the Elephant Hills, Munnar is nicknamed as the Kashmir of South India, which spans across an area of 557 square kilometres in the Idukki district of Kerala. Munnar is located at the confluence of three rivers namely Mudhirapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundaly rivers. It is not only famous for the layers of hill ranges that you get to witness at a height of 5200 ft. in Munnar but the layers of verdant tea and coffee plantation which shapes the awe-inspiring landscapes.No matter which of the tourist places in Munnar you visit, the tea-scented undulating plantation will hold you tight and will stay with for long. The temperature in Munnar can also drop down to 0 degree Celsius and goes up to 20 degrees, the terrain is dotted with an abundance of wildlife, gorgeous waterfalls such as Atukkad Waterfalls, splendid tea gardens like Nullatanni estate and Kolukkumalai Tea Estate etc. The nearby places like Mattupetty, Pallivasal, Anayirangal, Top Station, Chinnakanal etc are some of the nearby hamlets which have something to offer. From a number of famous waterfalls to wildlife Sanctuaries and National parks, from intricately designed ancient temples to the grand forts; Munnar is a town in Kerala which hits first when you think about a holiday in Kerala.
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