Three nearby places to visit in Munnar that travel guides won’t tell you about

Munnar is a beautiful destination known for its tranquil setting and beautiful atmosphere. Travellers from Bangalore, Chennai and all locations of Kerala come to Munnar as it is close and takes on 6 to 10 hours to reach here.

Munnar has a paradise like setting that is dotted with lush green tea gardens, waterfalls and hillocks. But there are only a few places to visit in Munnar that are really known and rest are all best kept secrets. Here are a few new locations that you can visit on your next trip.

Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary 

Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary is a part of Idukki District and is spread in an area of 90.44 acres. The rich composition of flora and fauna makes this region worth visiting. Some of the popular wildlife species found here are giant squirrels, gaur, spotted deer, crocodile, wild elephant, tufted grey langur, slender loris, etc.

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Sevenmallay Tea Estate

Sevenmallay Tea Estate is owned by Tata Tea Company and is a must not miss during your visit to Munnar. Lush green surroundings of the estate make an ideal photography spot. The location falls between two hills that make the view simply stupendous.

Rock Cave (Malayil Kallan Guha)

13 km before Thekaddy, you’ll find a board showing direction to Malayil Kallan Guha. Its fame is credited to a thief who used to live inside and rob people. Counted among the unusual places to visit in Munnar, the cave and nearby areas provide incredible views of surrounding vistas.

We, at Thomas Cook offer incredible vacation packages for Munnar, Kodaikanala and places to visit in Mahabaleshwar. Our expertise at these locations guarantees a fruitful holiday experience.

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