Munnar is a beautiful little hill station of India and one of the finest of Kerala. The region adorned with various bounties of nature from the rolling hills, dense forest, lush greenery and much more can be said to be the heaven of God’s own country ‘Kerala’. The region enjoys great popularity among the tourist circle drawing in scores of tourists from all corners of the country. The peaceful and serene ambiance of the region transforms the entire region into the ideal relaxing and soothing holiday destination.Munnar is one of the few regions where commercialization has still not robbed the region of its charm and as such the hill station still manages to radiate its old world charm that draws in large number of tourists from all quarters. Munnar however is not only about relaxation and tranquility; the region also offers a host of recreational activities to keep its visitors entertained.Munnar pronounced as ‘Moonu – aar’ means three rivers referring to the 3 rivers namely – Muthirapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala flowing through the region.  There are some really interesting tourist attractions present in and around the region like Eravikulam National Park, Atukkad Waterfalls, Mattupetty, Pallivasal, Blossam Park, Pothamedu View Point, Kundala Lake, Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary and Mathikettan National Park among others.Apart from sightseeing, the rich surroundings of the region offer the perfect setting for a wide variety of outdoor activities like nature walks, trekking, hiking, mountaineering, rappelling, camping, etc. A visit to the local markets is also a must, which are famous for its tea, coffee, varied spices and homemade chocolates. A must do in Munnar is to feast on the local delights like the fish curry, spicy cashew nut and chili bhaji with hot tea.There are plenty of hotels and resorts in Munnar catering to the lodging needs of the myriad of travelers visiting the region. The various accommodation facilities are found across all budget sections from the high-end luxury hotels and resorts to the budget and economy hotels along with the various home stays.Munnar enjoys a salubrious weather and as such the hill station is fine to visit throughout the year for an equally enjoyable time. Munnar is also well connected to the rest of the country. The nearest airport lies in Kochi, while the nearest railway station lies in Aluva located approx. 120 km away. In addition to that there are plenty of buses connecting Munnar to various corners of the state and neighboring areas. 

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