The Eravikulam National Park is home to the rare Nilgiri Tahr. The National Park houses a large variety of flora and fauna; moreover, the beauty of the park is unparalleled.
One of nature’s most mesmerizing creations, the Attukal Waterfalls in Munnar are truly spectacular. Set amidst looming hills and the thick forests, this scenic spot is ideal for a family picnic or a romantic evening stroll.
Rajmala is a small scenic hill station situated at an altitude of 8,983 feet above sea level. The hill station is the natural habitat of the rare species of Nilgiri goat also known as Nilgiri Tahr.
The Mattupetty Dam is a very popular picnic spot and is visited by many tourists. In the vicinity of the dam is a beautiful lake where you can enjoy a serene boat ride on the calm waters.
The hill station of Munnar is synonymous with rolling hills that are carpeted with verdant plantations of tea.This place is recognised for having some of the most beautiful tea gardens across the globe.
The place is famous for its view from the hill top. You will get to see a range of deep valleys. The panoramic view from this hilltop is mesmerizing. We will spend the whole day at the top of the hill.
Rose Gardens is an eco-friendly homestay that awaits visitors to step in. Set 3500 ft above the sea level on Kochi–Madurai Highway (NH 49),this property has four well-decorated rooms. Each room has been equipped with necessary amenities and during the stay.
Situated in the rain shadow area of the Western Ghats', the Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary is among the most visited tourist destinations in Kerala.
Cheeyappara Waterfalls is located between Adimali and Neriamangalam, on the Kochi–Madurai Highway (NH 49). Cascading down a rocky slope, this seven-step fall is around 1000 ft above sea level.
Around 40 km from Munnar, Muniyara Dolmens are megalithic tombs or burial chambers lying over the hilly terrains of Marayoor. Belonging to the Neolithic Age, these pre-historic stone structures are among South India's prominent attractions.