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Tea Harvester Resort Munnar

KDFC Floriculture Centre

A beautiful government owned garden teeming with rare species of flowers and herbal plants set against a backdrop of tea plantations.

Tea Harvester Resort Munnar

Photo Point

As the name suggests, Photo Point is known for its scenic beauty. Surrounded by woods, a small stream flows past the area providing ample opportunities for both amateur and professional photographers to shoot mesmerizing pictures.

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Honeybee Nest

Located 4km from Munnar town en-route to Mattupetty, visitors will see about 25 beehives clustered around a single tree here.

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Mattupetty Dam /Lake

A concrete gravity dam, constructed between 1949 and 1953 to store water and generate hydro- electricity, the Matupetty dam’s catchment area extends over 105km and due to the perennial availability of water, many wild animals and birds flock to the area. Visitors may avail of boating facilities at the lake. A vegetarian restaurant beside the dam serves scrumptious delicacies and refreshing beverages.

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Echo Point

Echo Point is situated 18km from Munnar town, en-route to Top Station, which is the highest point in Munnar. This picturesque spot earns its name because of the natural echo that one can hear resonating from the surrounding mountains.

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Kundale Dam

Situated 21km from Munnar town, the Kundala Dam Lake is a major tourist attraction in Munnar. Also known as Sethuparvathi Dam, the Kundala Dam was constructed for the Pallivasal Hydro Electric Project in 1946 and is considered to be Asia’s first arch dam. From the dam visitors will enjoy breath taking views of lush green surroundings. Visitors may also avail of boating facilities at the lake – a Kashmiri Shikara or a peddle boat.

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Top Station

Top Station is the highest point on the KannanDevan Hills at a height of 1700 metres above sea level. This captivating spot is most popular for the rare Neelakurinjiplants that grow profusely in the area and bloom once every 12 years and the hill slopes are carpeted in a vivid blue. Top Station is also the western gateway to the Palani Hills Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park. Until early in the 1990’s it was a significant trade centre for delivery of tea from Munnar to the plains below inBodinayakkanur, Tamil Nadu. Reminiscent of this period is the old ropeway station.

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Tea Harvester Munnar
Chungath Estate
Power House Road, Dobipalam
Chithirapuram P.O., Munnar
Pin: 685 565, Kerala, India.

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