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1. Chokramudi peak, Munnar

Enjoying an elevation of 2,100 meters above sea level, this peak is as mesmerizing as you can expect it to be. Providing a short and convenient trek that can easily be completed in a day's time, this hill has exemplary Shoals Forest.

2. Eravikulam National Park, Munnar

This national park needs no introduction! In fact, we bet, you must have seen it more than once in the photos of all the Munnar tourist places that you have seen till date! One of the best Kerala has to offer, this park which spans an area of ​​97 sq km, serves as the home of the Nilgiri Tahar, a native of the Western Ghats. Another attraction of this park, located on the 2,700 meter high Anamudi peak, is the Nilakuranji flowers, which bloom only once in 12 years!

3. Kundala Lake, Munnar

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If you want to see a lake that reflects your image in the most spectacular way, then Kundala lake should be on your reindeer list. At a distance of about 20 km from the city center, the lake offers a spectacular backdrop of lush green slopes, complete with unmatched cherry blossoms. And, if you are lucky, you can also see a blanket or two multi-iconic Nilkurunji flowers! When here you can enjoy boating in traditional Roaba, modern pedal boats, as well as Kashmiri hunts!

4. Lakkom Water Fall, Munnar

Located about 30 km from Munnar, this waterfall originates from the Eravikulam stream. A waterfall that resembles stunning white silk quenches your thirst for picturesque scenery. There is a small shop near this waterfall that offers some great pleasure from Malabar cuisine!

5. Lockhart Gap, Munnar

If you want to be a kid again and want to play in floating mist, then Lockhart Gap is the right place for you. This picturesque location derives its name from the heart-shaped gaps that naturally form between the two adjacent mountains. And it is not only the presence of clouds in this valley that will surprise you, but it is also secluded, with a vague smell of refreshing tea!

6. Mattupetty Dam, Munnar

Part of Weeli Wolli Creek a billabong in Western Australia. This is in April heading into winter; best time of year as it doesn't get too hot (in summer 49C/120F). Near the mining town of Newman. Could only get here by 4-wheel drive & a short hike. Indigenous Australian rock carvings - upwards to 45,000 years old - on the surrounding rock.
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Situated near Anmudi Peak, about 13 km from Munnar, this dam has an emerald lake in the center. Ideal for sight-seeing as well as speed-boating, this lake will capture your imagination like no other. From the still water, to the lush green gardens on the periphery, everything about Mattupetty Dam will make it worth remembering for a long time!

7. Top Station, Munnar

As the name suggests, it is the highest place in Munnar and home to the highest railway station in the region. The year 2018 is the best time to visit this amazing destination, as it will be covered in blue of Nilkurji flowers. Not only will the pervasive thoughts stop your breath, but you can also visit the nearby Kurinjimala Sanctuary.