Munnar is a hill station covered with tea plantation of Western Ghat Mountains nestled in Idukki district under the Indian state of Kerala. This Roosted at an altitude of 1600 meter, Munnar is called the ‘Kashmir of South India’. The town is named after three rivers, Madupetti, Nallathanni and Periavaru which make confluences at this part of the land. In Tamil, moon aar means “three rivers’, a reference to the streams around whose confluence the town grew. The Nallthanni and Kundale streams flow into the Muthirapuzha River here.
This is the most extensive tea plantation land in southern India. Clouds play hide and seek all-round the year surrounding the region, making it a favoured place for tourists. The hill station is covered by thick green plantation, which makes a pleasant sighting to all. Other than the natural beauty, there are plenty of adventure sports available to comply with the thirst of the tourists and make this place attractive during their stay.