Misty Mountain Resort

2nd Mile Jn., Pallivasal P.O.,Munnar, Munnar, Kerala, India
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A World of Wonders/The Magic and the Majesty


"All the Colours under the Sun"

India's amazing diversityoffers you everything you could ever want in a holiday. From the moment that you set foot in India to be greeted by a graceful namaste, a gesturethat denotes both welcome and respect, you are on the way to one of the most rewarding experiences of your life.
Bounded by the majestic Himalayan ranges in the north and edged by a spectacular coastline surrounded by three seas, India is a vivid kaleidoscope of landscapes,magnificent historical sites and royal cities, golden beaches, misty mountain retreats, colorful people, rich cultures and festivities.
At any part of the year India can offer you a dazzling array of destinations and experiences. In summer, when the subcontinent is sizzling, there are spectacular retreats amidst the heady beauty of the Himalayas or the lush heights of the Western Ghats with cool trekking trails, tall peaks to conqueror stretches of white water for the adventure seekers.
In the cool of an Indian winter, cities come alive with cultural feasts of music and dance. The balmy weather is an ideal time for you to go century hopping in romantic cities studded with medieval forts and palaces. The sun drenched beaches are inviting and wildlife sanctuaries with their abundance of flora and fauna are a buzz with the nurture of the young.
You can taste the delights of the Indian monsoon anywhere in the country- on a camel safari in the Rajasthan desert when nature comes alive and the peacocks dance; along the west coast where the relentless slantingrain paints the countryside in brilliant greens or even trekking amidst the stark grandeur of mountain valleys lying in the rain shadow of the Himalayas.
Experience exotic India live like a maharaja in the rich ambiance of royal forts and palaces that are now heritage hotels; luxuriate in the serene beauty of a coral island with its turquoise lagoon; participate in the exuberance of a village fair or a colorful festival; day dream on a house boat drifting down the palm - fringed backwaters; delight in the grace of a dancer or shop till you drop - buying exquisite silks, carved figurines, brass and silver ware, marble inlaid with semi-precious stones,finely crafted jewelry, miniature paintings, carpets
....at unbelievable prices.
India, always warm and inviting, is a place of infinite variety - one that favors you with a different facet of its fascination every time you comeon a visit.


The Indus Valley civilization, one of the oldest in the world, goes back at least 5,000 years. Aryan tribes from the northwest invaded about 1500 B.C.; their merger with the earlier inhabitants created the classical Indian culture. Arab incursions starting in the 8th century and Turkish in 12th were followed by European traders beginning in the late 15th century. By the 19th century, Britain had assumed political control of virtually all Indian lands. Nonviolent resistance to British colonialism under Mohandas GANDHI and Jawaharlal NEHRU led to independence in 1947. The subcontinent was divided into the secular state of India and the smaller Muslim state of Pakistan. A third war between the two countries in 1971 resulted in East Pakistan becoming the separate nation of Bangladesh. Fundamental concerns in India include the ongoing dispute with Pakistan over Kashmir, massive overpopulation, environmental degradation, extensive poverty, and ethnic and religious strife, all this despite impressive gains in economic investment and output.

"Come as a Guest go as a Friend"

Welcome to India.
So many different culture group came to india to rule or trade & have a great influence on indian culture. There were many Persians, Greeks, Chinese nomads, Arabs, Portuguese, British & other raiders had their way with the land but still local Hindu/Vedic/Aryan culture invariably survived. Now the present india has signs & shads of all these cultures & that too at different period in Hidtory. This adds the diversity of india which ultimately increases the taste of india for travellers.

India journey. India is a land a virtuous wisdom, a land where the soul sought the spiritual dimensions of mankind & perpetuated different aspirations. Your journey to india will enable you to explore its vast dimension. During your tours & travel to india you can avail of the best by staying at the hotels of your choice in any part of the country. There are plenty of Luxury, Deluxe, First class, Budget, & other hotels that range from heritage hotels to bargain hotels in differnet parts of the country. For you,we open up new vistas of tours & travael to india, the land of seers, religious belief & an amalgamation of modernity & the ancient customs.

The indian sub-continent is emerging as one of the finest destinations in the world owing to the diverse culture & geography. From the icy himalayas to the tropical islands & from citadels in the desert to verdant jungles. It is a world in itself.

India is country where hospitality is a way of life. It has a culture steeped in tradition & colorful customs revered for centuries. It is land where history lives in music & dance. Its cuisine reflects social & geographical diversity.Like India, Indian cuisine is varied, diverse & distinct.

Indian hospitality is much more than a sightseeing tour to Taj and a glimpse of Delhi, it extends everywhere, in its art & culture, heritage, travel, beauty & health & other beautiful desinations across whole of india.

Come & join us to share the beautiful & wonderful legacy that we have & be proud of the same.


Tiger landTiger land


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Photography PointPhotography Point

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Munnar Visit in August End

by bbpsbp

I am planning to visit Munnar, Kerala from 24th August to 29th August, 09. How will be the whether, as per histry, during that period ? How will rain during that period ? Will this time be correct and fomfortable for visit to Munnar ?
Best Regards.

Re: Munnar Visit in August End

by bbpsbp

yes it will be ok.
Best of Luck.

Re: Munnar Visit in August End

by ricky52

Due to extreme climatic changes the World is experiencing at the moment, trying to predict the weather can be difficult because of local, on the day variations.
Most places now are seeing weather conditions well outside the norm.
The information below should be used as a guide only.

Here is the average weather for Munnar for this time of year.
Enjoy your holiday.

High 83f / 29c
Low 74f / 23c
Rain 20.00in / 509.0mm
Rain days 18
Hours of sun 5
Daylight hours 12
UV level 11 = Extreme
Humidity = High

Re: Munnar Visit in August End

by mssthirdeye

Normally August is rainy season in Munnar,and this time the monsoon being late, it might be raining at that time.
Do check a week before.

Re: Munnar Visit in August End

by abi_maha

I have been to Munnar in August last year. It was just fine, maybe a slight drizzle in the morning. That apart we had a good time. Some of the pics on my Munnar page are from that time and some others from our trip in March last year. Do take a look.

Re: Munnar Visit in August End

by love_travel027

I was in munnar 1st week ok august & the wheather was pleasent with no rain at all. I am not sure how the climate is right now.

Travel Tips for Munnar


by ushar

Marayoor is situated 40 km from Munnar. This is the onbly place in Kerala that hasa natural growth of sandal woold trees. The sandal wood factory of the forest department, the caves (Muniyaras) with murals and relics from the new stone age civilization andf the children's park spread across a hectare of land under the canopy of a single Banyan tree are of great intrrest to tourists'. Thoovanam waterfalls and Rajiv Gandhi National Park also near by.

Trip To Kerla (Munnar)

by nishantpabreja


Munnar was the basically the last destination of my trip to kerla but one of the best seautiful scenic beauty i have ever seen. All the hills are covered with beautiful tea plantations. The places i visited there are Dam,Echo Point, Honey bee tree, Photography point and one Point where Raja Hindustani movie was shooted. There were Wild Elephants roaming around the downside which you can easily see it from the road.Please do watch the waterfalls near by. There are 4 ways you can go around for scenic beauty.


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Address: 2nd Mile Jn., Pallivasal P.O.,Munnar, Munnar, Kerala, India