Mattupetty Dam – (1700 Meter above sea level) Anamudi– The hightest Peak in South India ) Eravikulam Wildlife Sanctury– The home of free roaming ibex and Nilgiri Tahr The Kundale Tea Plantation– The most stunning area in Munnar and has a lovely lake Devikulam – 1800 meters above sea level , a lovely little lake , sourounded by the rolling green hills. Horse riding and pedal boating
1600 to 1800 meter above sea level is the beautiful hill station of Munnar , Its beauty further enhanced by great black roads that thrust upwards suddenly from amidst the thick vegetation. Clouds drop gently on the mountain peaks that flank the verdant shaped slender blue and red gum trees that shoot up into the sky, and the winding lanes of the town are filled with the fragrance of fresh tea wafting out of the innumerable tea processing plants. There are about thirty estate sprawl across these hills. Beyond these estates are rich tropical forests that house an assortment of wildlife such as Nigiri Languar , Sambhar, Gaur, Elephant and Lion-tailed macaques. For special glimpse with wildlife, you must travel up the hills of Rajamali. On its slopes a bound-free heads of the Nilgiri Tahr – an endangered species of wild goat with melting eyes and soft brown skin that blends perfectly with the sun-bleached grass. The entire area surrounding Munnar is one of intriguing beauty and you will want to explore as much as possible.