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4 Things You Shouldn't Miss Doing In Munnar

Munnar is a treat to the eyes and the soul. Not only for couples, it is a quite a good travel destination for families and solo travellers as well

4 Things You Shouldn't Miss Doing In Munnar

Munnar, or the Kashmir of South India as it is lovingly called

One hill station in South India that you absolutely must visit if you get a chance is Munnar. Five hours away from Kochi, Munnar is located in the Idukki district of Kerala and is called the “Kashmir of South India”. A lot of people know the hill station as being home to multiple tea plantations and a place where you can buy really good spices from. But Munnar is a treat to the eyes and the soul. Not only for couples, it is a quite a good travel destination for families and solo travellers as well. And if you do decide to travel there, here are a few things you shouldn’t miss doing.

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Take a ride uphill to see the plantations

Getting the most obvious one out of the way first, you can’t leave Munnar without checking out the beautifully lush and green tea plantations up the hills. You can park your transport at any point and enjoy a beautiful view of the rich greenery all around. The higher up you go, the more chances you have of seeing clouds meet the trees and the plantations.
 

 

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Kundala Lake

One of the cleanest and most beautiful lakes in India for sure, Kundala Lake is where you park yourself for some relaxation and some serene time. You can sit by the lake and read, take a nap or simply enjoy the view. Don’t forget to dip your feet in the clear and cool water.

 

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Experience living in a tea bungalow

You will be missing out on the tea experience if you don’t stay in one of the tea resorts where you can sign up for a tea factory visit and get to know all about how tea plantations work.


Buy a lot of tea and different kinds of spices

Needless to say you should stock up on all the amazing tea, coffee, and various rich spices (such as pepper, star anise, cinnamon) when you are in Munnar.


Well, next time you are in Kerala.

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