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Highlights : Sprawling tea plantations picture - book town. Winding lanes filled with the heady fragrance of fresh tea...All 1800 meter  above sea level. In act Munnar  has the highest peak in South India - Anamudi which towers over 2695 m. An assortment of wildlife such as the Nilgiris Tahr, Nilgiri  langur, Sambhar, Gaur and the Lion tailed macaque are found in the rich tropical forest around. Set amidst sprawling tea plantations, a picture perfect town, winding lanes filled with heady fragrance of fresh tea. The stay at this South Indian hill resort is an experience in itself during  your India visit.
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MUNNAR - Sprawling tea plantation picture - book town, winding lanes filled with the heady fragrance of fresh tea a 1800 mtrs, or 5906 ft. above sea level. In fact, Munnar has the highest peak in South India - Anaimudi which towers over 2695 mtrs, or 8842 ft. An assortment of wildlife such as the Nilgiri Tahr, Nilgiri Langur, Sambhar, Gaur and the Lion failed macaque are found in the rich tropical forest around.

The very name Munnar means rivers and there are actually three of them, three mountain streams Muthirapuza, Nallathanni and Kundala, having confluence at the heart of the town meeting all the water requirements of the settlers and the visitors.

Comfortably cool even in the summer when the rest of the Kerala suffers through sultry and sweaty days, Munnar instantly charms and tantalizes the visitors with her blue mountains, green meadows, clear as - crystal springs and the ever present breeze that calms and soothes the body and the mind.

Ecologists and botanists throng Munnar where the flowers are in bloom and the wild life is in bloom all year round. Rich in plants and animals of a myriad variety, Munnar has two wild life sanctuaries located nearby. The Eravikulam National Park and the Chinnar. Trekking from Rajmalai, the kings hillock one reaches Chinnar, from where one can have a peep at the peak of Annaimudi, the highest of its kind in South India and also a Nilgiri Thars, the mountain Goat peculiar to the Blue mountains.

Cheeyappara waterfalls, which presents itself unexpectedly beside the hilly road, as tourist vehicles wind their way up the steep path and emerge behind a curve, is described as an eye full of unparalleled magnificence and sublimity.

Giant sheets of water cascades down from dizzying heights, striking at several tiers of huge rock formation spreading foam and mist all around, as they rays of the sunlight refract on billions of droplets to create myriad rainbows against the ethereal backdrop.

Valara is only a km ahead of Cheeyapara. Here there are no rock formations to arrest the free fall of water. Instead Deviyar ( the River Goddess ) hurtles down 300 feet in all her fury, with a deafening roar, and a smoky haze enveloping the entire area. Vehicles stop as if in one cue and travelers watch in awe and delight. The mighty fall at a distance, through a curtain of grasses, shrubs and tree tops.

What makes the place special is the air conditioned climate that prevails here even as the plains suffer under the sultry heat of the summer under the sultry heats of the summer months.

Munnar is truly the sleeping beauty of the hills noiseless except for the occasional vehicle that passes the way, it is a complete destination spotting vast areas of tea plantations covered with perennial greenery, several rivers and rivulets that are alive throughout the year , rock formations of various size, grasslands and once every twelve years the arrival of Neelakurinji’s flowering season. Everyone falls in love with Munnar at first sight. Truly a romantic experience and a place that can help romances flourish !

Munnar is also something of a cultural cauldron, a melting pot in which the British culture of the tea planters, Tamilian traditions of the plantations workers and the Kerala culture of the original inhabitants have melted and fused together into a whole new civilization enriching the uniqueness of the location as a tourist attraction.

Nilgiri Thars, not found anywhere else in the world, was depleting at an alarming fast rates, till recently. The animal stand one meter at the shoulder, with beautiful buckhorns and short crisp colour. The male has a light shaded saddle patch on the Lions. The grasslands and the rocky areas of Munnar, Eravikulam and Rajmalai are their favourite habitat. Always associating in flocks of half dozen or more animals, they are quick, sharp - sighted and sure footed on precipitous ground. When the flock rests, one animal stands on sentinel duty.

This sanctuary was set up specially for preservation of Nilgiri Thar, one of the seriously endangered animals. Now the number of Thars have increased and they constitute the largest known population of Thars existing in the world. In addition to Thar, the park shelters elephants, Sambars, Gaurs, Lion - tailed macaque, Nilgiri langur, tiger and leopards.

Nearly 2000 Nilgiri Thars are now estimated to be living in the Western Ghats, half of them in Ervikulam. Conservation effort have helped them to keep their numbers static for sometime now.

Indeed Munnar is infectious smile of mother nature, which transcends and envelops every thing and everyone around.

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