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Munnar Travel Guide

Munnar is situated on the Western Ghats in the Indian State of Kerala. It is a tiny hill-station and a popular honeymoon destination of the country. This beautiful town is situated on the banks of three rivers – Kundala, Mudrapuzha, and Nallathanni.
The popular tourist attractions include Eravikulam National Park, Anamudi Peak, Mattupetty Dam, Pallivasal, Top Station, Tea Museum, Pallivasal Falls, Echo Point, Chinnakanal and Anayirankal. The best time to visit Munnar is in the months of October and November and from the months between January and March.
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How to Reach Munnar

Beautifully cuddled on the lap of Western Ghats, Munnar is one of the easy escapes for weekenders as well as nature lovers anytime round the year. The meandering paths settling down at the plains connects Munnar tourism to all other major cities in South India by a well knit of state highways and national highways. How to reach Munnar is not a matter of hustle and bustle as it can be easily access by road from nearby cities and tourist destinations. The distance from Cochin to Munnar is approximately 126kms whereas from Kozhikode to Munnar is 270kms. One planning to drive from Coimbatore to Munnar needs to pelt along national highway 69 followed by national highway 209 that covers a distance of 160kms. The approximate distance from Wayanad to Munnar is 340kms whereas from Alleppeye it is only 170kms. If you are planning a drive from Mysore, then you need to cover a distance of 340kms en route Coimbatore and one who is planning to drive from Madurai has to cover 155kms. Thus Munnar by road can be easily accessible as daily buses and cabs plies from these cities and destinations.

The Coimbatore Railway Station and the Kochi Railway Stations are the closest railway stations from Munnar that connects Munnar by train to all other cities in India. Whereas the Ernakulam Railway Station and Aluva are other two major railheads that connects Munnar to rest of India.

The Cochin International Airport is the nearest airport from Munnar that connects Munnar by air to all other parts of the world. Hence wherever you are you need to a book a flight to Cochin and hire a cab to Munnar.

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Please suggest good budget hotel/ resort in main market.
Cool Green Homes Munnar ,just 1.5 km's from tea plantations ......Best hotel with world class fascilities,....Tradition Unleashed
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Can you please suggest me a good budget hotel near by bus stand?
Dear Sir, T&U Leisure Hotel will provide you with the best rooms as you are expecting in your trip, We are situated only 105 Kms from the Munnar Bus Stand, we can assure you with the rates as well as per the availability,
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Hello, I've planned to visit Munnar by Aug 30, Situation is under control now!? Can we expect everything alright after 10 days!?
Dear Guest, It's the right time to visit Munnar, because people are scared to come to Munnar but Munnar weather is absolutely Normal. this is the time when you can get good deals from all hotels in Munnar. now Munnar is not over crowded, so if you are the one ,who want to stay away from crowd and wants to enjoy the nature, this is the best time for you...
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I will be visiting Munnar on 11-12 Aug 2018. How is weather conditions there ?
Dear Sir, Greetings from Devonshire Greens,Munnar, No problem while travelling , everything was cleared and safe to travel
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what is the situation of munnar today... i am going to travel by tomorrow (10/08/2018 threw udumalpet munnar road...
sir, munnar roads are safe... i have visited munnar last month 29..th...But now the climate is rainy most of tourist places boating all are stopped...if you are going with family , it will be difficult...the neighbouring districts are affected by rain a lot...if you are going by car make sure you reach munnar before night....due to mist driving is difficult and fill your vehicle with fuel...after 9 pm all petrol pumps are closed at munnar...you need to come down 11 km to anachal to fill...night it's really difficult....only thing is nilakurinji flower starts appearing by these months..climate is little difficult..do necessary.k
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