10 best destinations in south India that you don’t miss
South India has much more to offer than bare strands and spice colonies. It’s a melting pot of societies, cookeries, traditions, and languages. From honeymooning couples to families, the southern areas of Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Andra Pradesh welcome excursionists with warmth and love. But, of course, there’s a commodity to do for everyone then – water sports for the audacious, backwoods for the dreamers, touring trails for trampers, and panoramic lookouts for nature suckers.
Munnar was founded in the late 1800s and was a favorite of the British Raj elite. Steep, dense, lovely green hills, tea and coffee plantations, and thrilling waterfalls are here. It also features many exposed species, such as the Nilgiri Thar and the Neelakurinji. It also has multiple defended areas for conserving timber and wildlife. The natural beauty of Munnar will take your heart down, and it should be on your list of must-have-see places in South India. Get a sense of the original Kerala culture and food and enjoy being close to nature with scenic views. Take advantage of the handwrought chocolates and shop for exquisite teas and spices!
While the weather in Munnar is excellent all-time through, it outshines with great scenic views after the monsoons.
Key Attractions: Eravikulam National Park, Mattupetty Dam, Anamudi, Tea Museum, Pothamedu View Point, Attukal Waterfall, Nayamakad Waterfall, Kolukkumalai Tea Estate, Chokramudi Peak, and Carmelagiri Elephant Park
- Best Time to Visit: October to May
- Nearest Airport: Cochin International Airport is the nearest airport.
- Nearest Railway station: Aluva and Ernakulam are the closest railway stations.
On arrival at Mumbai international airport (BOM) you’ll be met and assisted by our company representative and be transferred to hotel