Munnar is one of the major Hill Stations In Kerala which is known as the Kashmir of South India, Munnar was once the summer resort of the erstwhile British Govt. Munnar Kerala is now known for its tourism destinations and tea plantations. Munnar Tea is one of the famous blend of tea in the world. Munnar in Kerala is essentially a tea town and consists of a vast sloping areas of tea plantations. Most of the local people in Munnar are working in tea plantations.
Munnar has the best of exotic flora and fauna and the beautiful grassland. Neelakurinji is an alluring flower in the Munnar area which blooms once in 12 years. The word Munnar means the land of three rivers. The confluence of 3 river streams - Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala, is in Munnar. Munnar is also having the highest peak in South India which is Aanamudi. Munnar receives a heavy rain during June to September.
Club Mahindra Lake View, Igloo Nature Resort, Chancellor AyurCounty Resort, Sterling Holidays Green Vistas, Tea County Hill Station Resort, Misty Mountain Resort, Munnar Castle Hotel, Clouds Valley, Great Escapes are some of the major hotels and resorts in Munnar.
Ranger Woods Homestay, Allen's Holiday Homes, Munnar Residency, Bracknell forest, Blue Bells, Tea Garden, Dew Drops Munnar, Eight land Homestay, Munnar Rock, Aranyaka Homestay, Dreams Homes, Pavithram Homestay etc are the major homestays in Munnar.
Munnar has a number of tourist attractions. The first among them may be the Eravikulam National Park. It is one of the most attractive tourist places in Munnar situated in the Devikulam Taluk. Its beautiful mountain ranges and forest areas are mesmeric. Marayur is a very attractive place near Munnar and it is a centre of sandalwood trees. Mattupetty is very famous for its diary farm where a variety of cattle. Mattupetty is attractive for its lake and dam. Rajamala, Pothamedu, Pallivasal, Attukal, Nyayamakad, Chithirapuram are among some of the attractive places in Munnar.