2 Places not to be Missed during a Kerala Trip

Enveloped amidst lush greenery and surrounded by sandy beaches, Kerala is one fascination destination in the extreme south of India. Travellers who are in love with nature cannot miss the chance to go on a Kerala trip. As per the reports of National Geographic Traveller, it is enlisted among the top ten tourist paradises of the world. The state is well-known for its beaches, backwaters, wildlife sanctuaries, historical monuments and mountain ranges. While promoting tourism, its government termed it as the own country of god, which became immensely popular and attracted even more travellers from all across the world.

On a visit to Kerala, it is recommended to spend some quality time at Munnar, by availing the best of Munnar tour packages. Located at an elevation of about 1700 metres, Munnar was once a favourite summer resort of the British. With sprawling terraced gardens and rich species of flora and fauna, the place forms an ideal spot for vacations.

Eravikulam National Park

Eravikulam National Park

Eravikulam National Park

It is probably the most attractive tourist spot during a Kerala trip that is famous for preserving endangered species. The place is stretched across an area of about 97 sq. km, which is mostly part of a huge plateau. In order to control pollution in the area, private vehicles are not allowed in the premises. Anamudi, which is the loftiest peak in the Western Ghats, stands in the heart of the national park, adding up to the significance of the place. Several endangered and endemic species can be spotted in the national park while taking a safari. Gaur, Nilgiri tahr, Indian muntjac, dhole and leopard are some of the main mammals found here.

Tea Museum

On a Kerala trip, another important place that people are advised to visit is the famous Tea Museum, which display the journey of the flourishing tea industry in Munnar. It also showcases different photographs and machineries associated with the production of tea. The museum provides an insight into the process by showing different stages of its processing, required to get the finished product. It also houses a room for demonstration and tasting of the delicious, world-famous beverage.

While Eravikulam lets people explore the rich flora and fauna of the state, the Tea Museum speaks of the development and legacy of the same. These two places are considered must-visits with Munnar tour packages as they provide a peek into various aspects of the tiny, beautiful hill station.


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