Sight Seeing


Nested inside the tea hills of Munnar , close to the Anamudi peak is the heavenly destination of Mattupetty, which is at a fabulous height of 1700 m. A place to retreat in the lush green climate with a charming dam and lake, surrounded by the Mattupetty dam .


Ervikulam which is declared as a wildlife sanctuary and natural park is spread over an extensive area of 97 sq km along the crest of Western Ghats in the high ranges of Idukki district. Blessed with the most endangered species of Nilgiri Tahr , the park is a worth seeing destination with extensive variety of flaura and fauna.


Situated at an altitude of 600 ft this is one of the places where you would enjoy with echo of your own sounds following.Covered with abundant green sceneries which look like a whole place covered with a green blanket , echo point is a wonderful tourist destination for all natural lovers.


As the name says, it the highest point at 1700 meters on the Munnar – Kodaikkanal Road , very close to the Kerala- Tamil Nadu border . This place gives you a panoramic view of Western Ghats and the valley of Theni district of Tamil Nadu. There was once a railway station here called as “Kundala Valley” from which the place derived its name. This is the secret place where the famous Neelakurinji flowers (Strobilanthus), which blooms once in twelve years are found which is next expected in the year 2018.


This is supposed to be the goddess Sita Devi of the Ramayana epic bathed and hence named as Devikulam .The lake draws tourists not only because of its sacredness but also for the curative powers of its mineral waters.


Chinnar is the habitat for the most endangered Giant Grizzled Squirrel of India where the total number here would be less than 200. Located in the rain shadow area of the Western Ghats, Chinnar is only blessed with two months of rain but rich in wildlife.The most ideal location for trekking with a an extensive Sandalwood forest ,Chinnar is a faboulous location.


Anamudi, the pride of Kerala is 2,695-m high mountain which stands tall in the Eravikulam National Park. The highest point in India after the Himalayan Mountain Ranges. Anamudi, is home to one of the largest surviving populations of Asian elephants, Gaurs and the Nilgiri Tahrs. The mountain, covered with evergreen forests and inhabited by endemic flora and fauna and a vibrant avian life, is a paradise in the wild.


Cheeyappara Waterfalls is considered among the best waterfalls in the State of Kerala. The waterfalls are beautiful after monsoon in the months of June, July and August and it becomes impossible to reach the bottom of the falls. Cheeyappara is a favourite base camp for trekkers and for the ones who go on nature walks in to these forests.


Photo point is a popular destination situated at about 3km away from the town of Munnar. This picnic spot, located on the way to Mattupetty, is an ideal place for photography. Dense tea plantation, woods like silver oaks, small rivulets and rolling hills make this place ideal for photography.


Marayoor is the only place in Kerala that has natural sandalwood forests. Marayoor claims to be a part of a stone age civilization that is as old as 10,000 B.C with ancient dolmens and rock paintings in Marayoor date back to the Stone Age.


Famous for the the first Hydro electric project in Kerala and a place of immense scenic natural beauty Pallivasal is a favorite tourist spot.


The picturesque town on the way to Top Stations Kudala has a Golf Course which belongs to Tata Tea Ltd. The Kundala dam is another attraction near to the Aruvikkad waterfalls .


A panorama of waterfalls and rolling hills, Attukad, located between munnar and pallivasal ,is a feast for the eyes .The place is so ideal for long trekking. Our beautiful resort – Devonshire Greens is located just on the road to these waterfalls.


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