Tuesday, 3 September 2013

Visit Munnar during Your Monsoon Vacations

Munnar is one of the popular tourist destinations of Kerala.
This mesmerizing hill station plays a big role in making this southern state of India as an admired holiday destination among domestic and internal visitors. During the British rule the place was considered as the summer resort because of its pleasant weather, natural splendour and the location of the place - at the confluence of three streams, namely Muthirapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala, about 1600m above sea level.

It is a perfect place to spend your holidays even during the monsoon season. As during monsoons it radiates a fragrance of romance and enthusiasm which will make you fall in love with this serene hill station.
Munnar has its own attractiveness during the rainy season with fresh, refreshing and clear beauty of nature. It poses an ideal time to admire the vibrant flora and fauna of the mist covered surroundings of Munnar. Monsoon, over here is also considered as the perfect time for honeymoon couples.

Though travelling around the place becomes a bit difficult during the rainy season, a vacation to this place during the monsoons will lift up your spirit and rejuvenate you. The monsoon season of Munnar falls from during June to September. Though the place does not receive mush visitors during this season as compared to other seasons of the year, still there is considerable number of tourists visiting this hill station due to its own magnetism during monsoon.

Places of Munnar to Be Visited In Monsoon
Eravikulam National Park
Located around 15 km from Munnar, it is one of the chief attractions of Munnar. Eravikulam National Park renowned for its endangered inhabitant called the Nilgiri Thar. This beautiful park is also abode to various species of butterflies, animals and birds. The place is suited for trekking as the place offers a splendid view of tea plantations and the lush green hills covered with blankets of mists. The park turns into a sizzling destination when the hill slopes are covered with a carpet of blue flowers of Neelakurinji. One of the park’s parts towards the Western Ghats has a regional plant which blooms once in 12 years. The last time it bloomed in the year of 2006.

Christ Church
Christ Church in Munnar is celestial till today. The church was constructed by the British tea planters. It is located away from the busy city life. The sanctity of the church is unspoiled because of its location among the natural splendour. It has stain glass windows and you experience a sense of divinity as you enter the church.

Echo Point
It is situated at a distance of 15 km from Munnar that poses as the adventure destination for the visitors. Trekking is also famous at this place as it offers gorgeous views of the lush green hills.
Another favourite thing that you do at this place, which is mostly enjoyed by the youngsters, is that you can shriek and shout on top of your voice and enjoy the delight of your voice coming back. The place is worth visiting with its picturesque views, clean air and mist covered mountains.


Munnar offers many more explicit places to visit during your monsoon vacation which will make your holiday worthwhile. 

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