Munnar Tour | Three Days and Two Night
Including : Cochin and Munnar
Check out our 2 nights 3 days Munnar tour package right below.
Day1: Our driver will pick you up from your hotel or Cochin Airport and go to Munnar with 4 hours drive. On the way, you can explore some natural scenic spots and waterfalls. When you arrive at Munnar, you can check into your hotel and refresh for an interesting day. An overnight stay would be arranged at the hotel.
Day 2: After your breakfast in the morning, you will be moving for local sightseeing of Munnar like a visit to Eravikulam National Park, Tea Museum, and Mattupetty Dam as well. An overnight stay would be arranged.
Day 3: Once you are done with your breakfast, you can check out from your hotel to drive to Cochin Airport for your flight to return home. You would definitely feel satisfied with a stunning holiday you experience in God’s Own Country.
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Attraction Of Munnar Tour
Eravikulam National Park
Eravikulam National Park is located across the peak of the Western Ghats in the top ranges of Idukki district of Kerala. This is also known as the land of “Neelakurinji” which is a flower that blossoms once in twelve years. This park can be easily compared with the best of mountain ranges in the Alps with breathtaking beauty. You would definitely get the opportunities to enjoy wildlife spotting and trekking expeditions at this spot.
Mattupetty Dam lies in the greenish valleys of Munnar with the magical hill station called Mattupetty. This spot provides the tourists with an amazing experience and aid them explore the calmness of nature. Moreover, the beautiful rolling grasslands and undulating tea plantation of the hills here makes Mattupetty a fabulous tourist destination which everyone loves to visit. Of course, Mattupetty dam is one of the main attractions of this delightful destination that plays a vital role in power generation and water conservation as well.
The tea plantations play a crucial role in the history of Munnar and drawing people to the area. In addition, the tea museum is located at the Nallathanni Estate of Tate Tea that has machineries and photographs. It has been established to make sure that the legacy of people who worked hard for the tea plantations should be recognized publicly. Here, the tourist people can see various attractions like tea roller, the ‘Pelton Wheel’ used in the power generation plant in the 1920s, and a rail engine wheel of the Kundale Valley Light Railway.
Departure Time9.30 am
Return Time5 pm
IncludedAC VehicleEntrance fees to the selected venuesProfessional Guide
Not IncludedAuto RikshaBikeHouse Boat RentKerala LunchTea and Snacks