Places to Visit
(13 kms from Munnar)
The Indo-Swiss project, taking care of over 100 varieties of high yielding cattle is one of the largest of such ventures in India.
(28 kms from Munnar)
The Sethuparvathy Dam constructed in 1946 as a part of Pallivasal Hydro Electric Project is a ravishing sight. Pedal boats and kashmiri shikaras are made available to the tourists to make the memories of their visit everlasting.
(15 km from Munnar)
On the way to top station from Munnar is a small lake set amidst rolling hills where there is echo point.
(32 km from Munnar)
The sight of Tamilnadu state spread before you on the east and the distant sight of the Arabian sea on the west will remain etched in your memory once you stand at this point which is the highest on the Munnar - Kodaikanal road.
Power House Waterfalls
(17 kms from Munnar)
There is a lovely waterfalls, which emanates from the legendary 'Sita Devi Kulam' near Devikulam, believed to have been the bathing place of 'Sita' wife of 'Rama' of Ramayana.
Lock Heart Gap
(13 km from Munnar)
The panoramic view of Bison valley and other sleepy little villages thousands of feet below, wrapped in mist most of the time.
(27 kms from Munnar)
Sprawling tea gardens surrounded by evergreen forests on the slopes of high mountain ranges make the Anayirankal Lake and Dam a very popular picnic spot. Herds of elephants often visit the lake to quench their thirst.
(8 kms from Munnar)
The first hydro electric project of Kerala.
(15 km from Munnar)
The Nilgiri tahr, a very rare type of mountain goat (Hemitragas bylocres) , on the verge of extinction. Half the world population of this rare goat is seen in and around Rajamala.
(17 km from Munnar)
A placid lake land-locked by the misty mountains, grass lands with fascinating tiny flowers, and some rare near-extinct animals are the star attractions on this world renowned national park. Anamudi, the highest peak in South India (2695 Meters) is a part of the park.