Munnar is an exotic hill station and town that is entrenched in Idukki district of God's Own Country, Kerala. Its name 'Munnar' means 'three rivers' due to the conflux of rivers Mudhirapuzha, Nallathani and Kundaly.
The weather of Munnar remains cool during the days and nights winter season whereas the summer season witnesses warm weather during days and cool nights. The areas near hilly regions experience cool temperatures during all the whole year.
Surrounded with prolific green surroundings including the tea plantations and breath taking valleys, Munnar is a hill station that is elevated 5,200 feet above the sea level and rests in laps of the ranges of Western Ghats. It has the evergreen forest that boasts an exotic flora and fauna. The popular flower namely Neelarkunji that blooms once in 12 years is an attraction whereas the fauna includes grizzled giant squirrel, langurs, endangered gaurs, Nilgiri wood pigeon etc.
There are many locations that should be visited by the travelers. All the prime attractions include names like Attukad waterfalls, Kolukkumalai tea estate, Mattupetti dam, Echo point, Rose garden etc. that lure the travelers.