In fact, we bet you must have spotted it more than once in all the photos of Munnar attractions you’ve come across so far! One of the best that Kerala has to offer.
If you want to see a lake that reflects your image in the most compelling way, then Lake Kundala should be on your bucket list.
Boasting an elevation of 2,100 meters above sea level, this peak is as stunning as you might expect.
Located about 30 km from Munnar, these waterfalls originate from the Eravikulam stream. The beautiful white silky look of the falls quenches your thirst for stunning views.
If you want to be a kid again and play in the floating mist, Lockhart Gap is the place for you. This scenic spot gets its name from the heart-shaped gap naturally formed between two adjacent mountains.
Located near the summit of Anamudi, about 13 km from Munnar, this dam has an emerald lake in the center. Good for sightseeing, this lake will capture your imagination.
True to its name, this is the highest point in Munnar and home to the highest station in the area. 2018 is the best time to visit this beautiful destination as it will be covered with green Neelakurinji flowers.
This is a paradise for wildlife lovers. From Hanuman monkeys to spotted deer and tigers to slender lorris and more, this sanctuary is home to them all, widely known for ecotourism.
At 1,000 meters above sea level, this spectacular garden is home to some of the most splendid flowers imaginable.
Well, this is the first place on this list where you can see local women picking tea leaves, while you’re on your way to witness Munnar’s largest waterfall.