View the fluffy clouds in the lovely Munnar Top Station. It offers panoramic views of the Western Ghats and is situated at a dizzying height of 5500 feet, as its name suggests

Discover the history of tea estates in the audiovisual display while visiting the six-room museum.  After that, go on a guided visit to the Tata Tea Museum to take part in the plantation tour and sampling of tea.

Echo Point is the confluence of the three famous South Indian Mountain Ranges covering Muthirapuzha, Nallathanni, and the Kundala. Situated at 600 feet (approx.).

Visit this viewpoint, one of the Munnar sites to see in a day, to escape the monotonous city. The little hills covered with woods and beautiful green plantations may be seen at Pothamedu View Point.

In 1993, Mattupetty Dam was constructed to store water for hydroelectricity. It is situated above a lake where boating and bird-watching trips are available.

If you're seeking for the best tourist in Munnar to see with your kids on a one day trip, take them to Blossom Park. Rolling, skating, boating etc.

The most beautiful work of mother nature is the Attukad Waterfalls in Munnar. Watching the enormous amount of water has a certain allure.

Go Eravikulam National Park to see animals in its natural setting. By public transport, taxi, or any other means, go to the base of this national park.

One of the best summer attractions in Munnar is Kundala Lake. The environment around this lake will make you feel refreshed and at rest.

The Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary is a must-see for nature enthusiasts who want to see rare, unusual plants and animals. Panthers, spotted deer, Indian elephants, gaur, and tigers may all be seen in this area.