The unspoken feel of beauty and serenity together meet at a forest locked village called Aanakulam. This place of aesthetic value is nearly 40 km away from Munnar, the paradise of Gods’ own country.
The Park is surrounded by Eravikulam National Park, Pambadum Shola National Park, Chinnar Wildlife sanctuary, Mathikettan Shola National Park. It is supervised by Kerala Wildlife and Forest department and Munnar Wildlife Division
Anayirankal dam one of the largest earthen dams built in the 1960s is located 26 km from Munnar, A boat ride on the splendid reservoir is an unforgettable experience that no visitor should miss.
Situated between Munnar and Pallivasal, Attukadu Waterfalls is a charming spot frequented by tourists as well as locals.This can be reached through a narrow wooden bridge.
The latest dam site in Munnar which is slowly turning out to be busy place thanks to the newly developed boating centre recently.Multiple options of peddle boats & speed boats
Chinnakanal or Power House waterfall is located 18 km away from Munnar. The origin of this beautiful waterfall, surrounded by green mountain ranges.
The sanctuary is located in the rain shadow region of Western Ghats and represents a large number of plants and animals unique to the dry thorny forest vegetation.
Lofty overlook with a tea plantation, offering panoramas of the valley landscape below.
Established during the times of great kings and dynasties and nurtured by Kunnekkat Family for past 25 years and open to public since 2000.
The joint venture of Fun factory Group and Kerala State Hydel Tourism by State Electricity Board. Located on the banks of Madupetty dam.
It is a spot that is very popular among youngsters. Some of the popular activities in this destination among the panoramic views of the lush green hills.
Place which is used for filim shooting locations due to its picturesque also lush green grass hills which is mainly attracted with wild elephants,so its also called wild elephant arriving spot.