Attukad Waterfalls

Trekking and Waterfalls on the list? Don’t wait. Get yourself set for Attukad Waterfalls! Love for green and water would make you all go hearts for this place. Attukad waterfalls are surrounded by dark jungles and rolling terrains and are reachable only through a wooden bridge. Rolling hills and waterfalls! it’s such a breathtaking view of Attukad Waterfalls. And trekking up is something quite worth the trip and yeah! Don’t forget to have a cardamom tea as you enjoy this incredible sight. Attukad waterfall is something that can’t be missed if you’re planning for Munnar and It is open all days from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Visit Attukad Waterfalls which is the most famous Munnar Tourist place only during monsoon season.

Pothamedu Viewpoint

Pothamedu Viewpoint is one of the best Munnar tourist Places for a Photo Shoot and is a sea of green made of pepper, tea, cardamom, and coffee and it’s a sight that will soothe the eyes and soul. It’s never a hard time for trekkers in Munnar. Never! With the clouds rushing right above your head and the green lands stretched wide before your eyes, you are just going to stand still at the beauty of Pothamedu Viewpoint. Muthirapuzha River and Idukki Arch Dam can be seen from the heights of the Pothamedu viewpoint. It’s no question, but with Pothamedu, you will be refreshed and mesmerized.

Lockhart Gap

On the way to Mattupetti is the picturesque Lock hart Gap with a breathtaking view of mist floating on the layers of hills and it’s all blue and is one of the best Munnar tourist places. Located around 12-13 km from Munnar, Lock hart Gap is a major adventure spot. Stretched tea slopes, the ultra-blue skyline over the mist-hidden hills with the view of the valleys, make it quite the place for peace seekers and photographers. Named for the gap between two mountains which looks like the shape of a heart, Lockhart Gap is an ideal spot for trekking and adventure activities.


The second highest peak in The Western Ghats, Meesapulimala spreads to the view of lush green valleys, tea plantations and valleys. Declared as a world heritage by UNESCO, Meesapulimala consists of eight hills spreading across like a moustache, giving it its name. Go trekking and once you’re at the peak of Meesapulimala, you can witness the true beauty of Munnar. It is priceless! Don’t miss visiting Meesapulimala which is one of the best Munnar tourist places.

Marayoor Dolmens

One of the most attractive Munnar Tourist places is Marayoor Dolmens. Waterfalls, rivers, bamboo forests, rocky hills, cave temples, sandalwood trees and paintings, Marayoor has got it all! Dating back to the stone age, Dolmens in Marayoor were created using rock slabs, three for the sides and the fourth slab placed on top of these three as a roof. Dolmens with 5 rock slabs have the 5th stone slab acting as the front wall with an opening as the entrance.

The place has 15 different types of Dolmens and it’s situated around 55 km from Munnar and it takes us into the past heritage. Marayoor is known for its exotic and beautiful landscape and is pristine and diverse and is an ideal adventure spot and is rich in nature and history. It’s the ideal location for photographers.

Kundala Lake

Asia’s first arch dam, Kundala with hills blooming Neela Kurunji once in twelve years, with valleys around makes Kunadala lake a dream location and is one of the major attractions in Munnar. Pedal boating and speed boating in Kundala Lake is another fun activity at the place. The mirror-like lake with scenery of green hills stretched around makes it a majestic view.


Trekkers, Mountaineers, Photographers, Wildlife Enthusiasts, Nature Lovers! It’s all in for you!
Anamudi puts in everything you are looking for and everything you need. Anamudi peak (8842 ft), the highest peak of South India is the major trekking spot in Munnar and it leaves you in a state of ecstasy. It is blooming with a variety of flora and it definitely is quite the right view and the right weather. Anamudi never fails to mesmerize.