Kerala is known to be God’s own country and place like Munnar is an actual testimony to it. Lush green hills, dense white clouds, pearl-like waterfalls, and pristine panoramic landscape make it a heavenly paradise for travellers. No doubt Munnar was sought after place to beat the heat of summer for the colonial rulers in South India in the British era.
The natural photogenic views comprise of vast acres of tea plantation, exotic vegetation, and clean roads. The freshness of the air and authentic Ayurvedic therapies rejuvenates your soul.
Culinary and culture are core to its existence. Kathakali is a traditional dance form that is used in a manner of storytelling. A number of cultural centres display Kathakali dance performance and martial arts. Rice and fish are staples and can be enjoyed in varieties.
Local residents understand the importance of tourism and welcome every tourist with open hearts. Hindi and English are fluently spoken.
When to Travel?
Munnar is one of the rare places where you can plan to pay your visit any time year round. However, to get the best experience, November to March happens to be the perfect time.
If you are looking for Ayurvedic therapies, then monsoon season (June to September) is the time.