After arriving at Cochin Airport / Railway proceed to Munnar. a famous hill station with a pretty cool climate which is a nature lover's paradise. Enroute visit VALERA and CHEEYAPPARA WATERFALLS. . Munnar is popularly known as “Kashmir of the South” is the major tour attraction of the state. Away from heat and dust. State’s finest Tea plantations. The best Hill station of Kerala… Watch the spectacular beauty of Tea gardens. Enjoy the nature, where the cloud turns into mist, which may touch you with a romantic feeling… It is located 1600 meter from sea level. This hill station was once the summer resort of the erstwhile British Government in South India. Sprawling tea plantations, picture book towns, winding lanes and holiday facilities make this a popular and most wanted tourist place of Kerala. Among the exotic flora found in the forests and grasslands here is the NEELAKURINJI.
Sightseeing in Munnar includes Devikulam, Mattupetty, Echo point, Eravikulam Rajamalai National Park, Pallivasal Waterfalls etc. Devikulam hill station offers a rare experience to visitors. Velvet lawns, rare flora and fauna and the cool mountain air make Devikulam as a nature lover’s retreat.Eravikulam national park (Rajamala National Park): this park is home to ‘Nilgiri Tahr’ (endangered mountain goat) and ‘Atlas Moth’ (one of the world’s biggest moths) and plenty of exotic plants. Then visit Mattupetty Reservoir that offers ample boating facilities. Visit Echo point, an ideal destination for trekking and nature walks. Overnight stay at hotel.
After breakfast check out and proceed to Kodaikanal. fter early morning break fast proceed to Kodaikanal, It is located amidst the folds of the verdant Palni hills is one of the most popular serene hill stations in India, which mesmerises any visitor,with her wooded slopes, mighty rocks, enhancing waterfalls and a beautiful lake. Kodai is situated at an altitude of about 2,133-m high.The pride of Kodaikanal is the 'Kurinji-flower', which blossoms once in 12 years.The fruits like pears and plums are known for their freshness and taste. Sightseeing of Kodaikanal covering KODAIKANAL LAKE: is an artificial, roughly star-shaped lake. Rowboats and pedalos can be hired at the Kodaikanal Boat Club. Horses and bicycles can be hired beside the lake for short periods. Bryant Park: is a wonderfully maintained 20.5 acres botanical garden. COAKER'S WALK: is a 1-kilometre paved pedestrian path running along the edge of steep slopes on the southern side of Kodai. BEAR SHOLA FALLS: is a tall waterfall in a Reserve forest. SHEMBAGANUR MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY: founded in 1895, is open to the public for viewing their outstanding taxidermy collection of more than 500 species of animals, birds and insects and a living collection of over 300 exotic orchid species. PILLAR ROCKS: is a set of three giant rock pillars which stand 122 metres (400 ft) high. GUNA CAVES: previously called Devil’s Kitchen, are deep bat-infested chambers between the three gigantic boulders that are the Pillar Rocks. SILVER CASCADE: is a 55-metre waterfall formed from the outflow of Kodaikanal Lake. DOLPHIN'S NOSE: is flat rock projecting over a breathtaking chasm. KURINJI ANDAVAR MURUGAN TEMPLE: is famous for its Kurinji flower which blossoms in the area only once every 12 years. BERIJAM LAKE: A calm serene lake surrounded by mesmerizing nature. Overnight at hotel.
In the morning drive to Ooty - the "Queen of Hill stations" nestled in the Nilgiri range and popularly known as Ooty, A Britisher Mr. John Sullivan discovered Ooty in 1821. Afternoon sightseeing at KAMARAJ SAGAR DAM: It is a picnic spot and a film shooting spot on the slopes of the Wenlock Downs. PINE FOREST: is a small downhill region where pine trees are arranged in an orderly fashion. Overnight at the hotel.