Munnar needs no introduction for the travel enthusiasts, wishing to explore Kerala. The mist-filled hills donned with verdant tea plantations could enchant anyone beholding them. The resort town has got everything to amaze tourists who are on their trip to Kerala. Drop into the ecologically rich Eravikulam National Park and spot those endangered Nilgiri Tahr. It is at this very spot that the spectacular Neelakurinji blooms. En route to Top Station, travellers will get to glance at an enchanting view of the neighbouring Tamil Nadu state. Yet another very accessible tourist spot is Mattupetty Dam. Boating across its serene lake is a favourite thing to do for travellers. The Tea Museum of Munnar exhibits the old pieces of machinery, artefacts and photographs, that has got to narrate the history of tea estates of this region. Other popular tourist spots that can be visited in this particular Kerala tour are Rose Garden, Kundala Lake, Echo Point, Spice Garden and Chithirapuram viewpoint. The highest ever peak of South India, with a whopping height of 2700m is situated within the premises of Eravikulam National Park. Apart from them, various mesmerising waterfalls and viewpoints are located in different parts of this hill station. The best examples are Lakkam waterfalls, Valara waterfalls, Chinnakanal waterfalls and plenty others. The popular sandalwood forest of Marayoor has located barely 40 km from Munnar.