Munnar - Place to Visit
One of Kerala's finest wildlife reserves, the Eravikulam National Park is spread over 97 kilometres of the Rajamalai Hills near Munnar. The vegetation in the park is a combination of grassland and shola forest.
At 8,842 feet, this is the highest peak in the Western Ghats and in South India. Located in the southern region of Eravikulam National Park, Anamudi is covered with forests of bamboo, black-wood and teak, and offers excellent treks.
Located between Munnar and Pallivasal at an altitude of 5,578 feet above sea level, Atukkad is a panorama of waterfalls surrounded by scenic forests and tea plantations.
14 km from Munnar, Mattupetty dam has a lovely lake with an agricultural garden on its banks. Speedboats are available on the lake for joyrides.Mattupetty is famous for the Indo-Swiss Dairy Farm, a joint venture between India and Switzerland, where over 100 breeds of cattle are reared.
Located between Munnar and Rajamalai, the Nyayamakad Falls cascade from an altitude of 5,249 feet above sea level on a picture-perfect landscape. This is a great place for trekking as well as sightseeing.