With a class distinction of 'Queen of Hill stations', Munnar makes for a beguiling hill station. The landscape and atmosphere is a rich one with vast stretches of tea and spice plantations, rolling hills, serene ambience, pleasing weather and more. A part of the Western range of mountains, the region sits at a height of 1600m above sea level.
The tourist places in Munnar make for an engaging visit. For a feel of natural charms, you can saunter off to Mattupetty Dam and Kundala Lake. Have some fun at Echo Point, where, as the name suggests, you can hear your own echo. For a wholesome trip include Anamudi Peak, Top Station, Lakkom Waterfalls, Tata Tea Museum, Punarjani Traditional Village in your itinerary.
You can also venture a bit close by, Pothamedu engages with great sights if tea, coffee and cardamom plantations. Devikulam is a slice of beauty where Sita Devi Lake lies. It is known for its mineral water and postcard picture scenery. Do not miss Eravikulam National Park where the endangered Nilgiri Tahr resides.