That was an amazing journey through the peaks. Its just awesome and in the top you will get a detailed view of Anamudi.
We visited in the month of April,2014. The national park is mainly famous for a special type of Goats called "Varayad". It also has some special plants/trees also. The national park has very good views & many photo points. The scenery from top of national park is breathtaking & very beautiful. When we visited, there was intermittent rains & we... More
First of all it was my first very first hideout to munnar.as per the say god's own country this place leads to some extent of unforgettable view of those spice filled mountain ranges.I felt very very peaceful walk.Eventhough it was a climb on a mountain I just felt like crawling over misty clouds of munnar.I got jealous on Nilgiri tehr... More
the visit to this place was very encouraging as we have not had any opportuntiy to enjoy this natural beauty while staying in north. you will love visiting this natural place
The visit in the tourbus fom ticket counter was fantastic with waterfalls, walk to the last limit point beside nilgiri tahrs, blue clouds enveloping you in verdant green hills, we saw kurinji shrubs but to see the bloom you have to wait every 12 years, hugged anai mudi (highest point in southern indian peninsula-2695m) at junction of three ranges (palani,... More
Nilgiri Tehrs are endandered specis of animals, mainly available in Rajamalai National Park near Munnar. Journey to Rajamalai from Munaar is quite scenic. Tea gardens on the hill slopes are there on both the sides. We went by rented vehicle. All such vehicles are allowed upto the ticket counter of the National Park. After purchasing tickets, we boarded Park's own... More
I went there only for varayadu.I cant even think about the crazy trip on minibus to top ( they wont allow your cars to top) unless you are mad you cant enjoy the drive. but the place o man its awesome.
All I'll say is that they promised us suns and stars and we got carrots and nuts! The place is good for scenic beauty; we saw only the flora , no fauna at all. In a nutshell all I'll say is that they promised us the suns and stars and we got carrots and nuts!
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