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Munnar 685612, India
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Reviewed yesterday

best part of munnar is tea gardens. i think maximum tea plantation of nilgiris are in munnar. when you are in munnar booked a good hotel with tea garden view n just enjoy them from your room with a cup of coffee

Thank AmiTanu001
Reviewed 1 week ago

Munnar has been on my bucket list for a while. I have imagined prettier versions of Darjeeling and Assam put together because its in my favorite State Kerala. Mind you, the beauty is really quite captivating. The rolling topography, the miles of tea estates, clouds...More

Thank anuraadhatewari
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

As explained by others on this portal, you don't need a specific guide or tour to see these natural beauty which is seen everywhere while on the way to Munnar from north or south. Some of them have barbed wires and private property boards, so...More

Thank puneet s
Reviewed 1 week ago

When we visited Munar, the road widening activities were going on. It is a two year project. So, movement was restricted. We left our hotel early and beat the road restriction time of 7 am. After & am, all movements stop and the road widening...More

Thank damayanti2015
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

loved the view..i just felt Gods own country ..so blesssed with beauty and bounty of natural resources

Thank Reshma D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Exotic place, divinely close to nature. Perfect station to unwind. Far from monotonous routine. Enjoying the summer at a cool place will certainly be rejuvenation. Thanks to the God and God's own country.

Thank ABHI d
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The climate is always nice, but roads are not always good, especially in Kerala Monsoon seasons. Tea gardens present a green carpet welcome and the resorts to stay need to be carefully picked, not going by what the website says, but with visitor reviews. Lucky...More

Thank DrValliappan
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

These are everywhere among the natural forests of Munnar, great photo points are suggested, and of course the tea museum and factory to see the history of the plantations and how tea is processed for sale is fascinating and you are bound to buy products...More

Thank Ajit Sripad R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

one thing to know here is that tea gardens is not a particular place, they are spread all over the munnar but they are fenced at some places. If you want to go inside just find not fenced one and you can get in. I...More

Thank musafir15
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is one of the best tea garden I ever visited. Very well maintained tea garden. There are different types of tea tree of high quality tea.

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rakesh5295
May 12, 2018|
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Response from Sandeep A | Reviewed this property |
Hi, As Kinjal mentioned above.. Munnar is full of tea gardens and to do the trek you need to go in the evening with the travel guide of your resort.. We stayed in Parraket and the guy who took us for tea garden trek was... More
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akarsh j
April 28, 2018|
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Response from aradhana195 | Reviewed this property |
Tea gardens are all over Munnar so while going for Munnar city kanan devan hills are on the way and we did put the map for Munnar city. Kanan devan hills have the best view of tea garden and u can park ur vehicle on in side... More
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jumeirahjus
January 31, 2018|
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Response from pritpa | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Tea garden is not a one place in Munnar. There are several tea estates in Munnar. Tea gardens are everywhere along the road side in Munnar area. Many of them are properly fenced and going inside is not allowed. But... More
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