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About Munnar

 A verdant little strip of land sandwiched between the Arabian Sea and the mighty mountains of the Western Ghats, Kerala is an ancient and enchanting land. Her beauty pampers you into an external trance. Drink from her being and you float through a kaleidoscope of emotions. National Geographic has hailed Kerala as ‘One of 10 paradises of the world Natured by tradition. That is Kerala. The land laced by an endless stretch of white surf. A tapestry of intricate waterscape in myriad forms. A palette of rainbow hues. The lullaby of a million gurgling steams in artist. The Orchestra of a Zillion dancing green palms. A theatre of spell binding folk lore and festivals. A symphony of wind – kissed mountains. Kerala is a delightful Cock – tail of experiences.


The history of Munnar is quite interesting and takes us into the colonial era when the British used to rule this place. Scottish planters were the first ones to have discovered Munnar and the Duke of Wellington was the first notable personality to visit Munnar. The British developed this land for the purpose of tea plantations and as getaways from the oppressive heat of the cities. There are several prehistoric relics that point towards the existence of a Stone Age civilization in this region. Evidences point to the fact that written history began here only from the 10th century. In the 19th century, several villages of Anchanad, Kannan Thevar belonged to the local Rajah of Poojar. Afterwards in the year 1895, Messrs Finlay Muir & Company purchased Munro’s land and Tata-Finlay Ltd. purchased it in the year 1976.


Munnar in the present days is a perfect holiday destination and is famous for various adventure pursuits such as trekking, paragliding, rope climbing and mountaineering. The enchanting atmosphere and friendly people of this place are simply going to win your heart.

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