aituated between neriyamangalam and adimali on the right hand side while going towrads munnar.
beautiful roar and there is a small roadside stall where you can sip on black coffee while little raindrops fall outside.
the waterfall adds to the mysticism of the place especially on a cloudy monsoon afternoon.
Munnar- India's answer to Sweden
"Far from the tourists"
Munnar is breathtakingly beautiful and peaceful making for an idyllic tourist destination in God's own country-Kerala.
Set at an altitude of 6000 ft in Idukki district, Munnar was the favored summer resort of the erstwhile British rulers in the colonial days. Unending expanse of tea plantations - pristine valleys and mountains- exotic species of flora and fauna in its wild sanctuaries and forests -sighting elephants is a given! My first visit to this hill station was in 2001, I was so besotted by its quaint untouched charm that I have returned 5 times since! Tucked away in the Niligiri ranges of Kerala Munnar offers the nature lover everything he seeks- lush green mountains, never ending tea gardens, dams, waterfronts, wild goats, elephants, wild life safaris and shikara boating :)
Altitude : 1600 Mts to 1800 Mts above sea level
Temperature : Min. 0 c - Max. 25 c
Clothing : Warm Clothes and Rain Gear
Tourist Season : August to March
With around 50000 hectares of tea gardens leased out to the Tatas and other popular tea brands, Munnar is truly a sea of tea gardens. From a distance the unending hills look like they are covered by green carpets and not a shade of green missing in that!
"Lakes and boating"
There are lakes and dams which make for an awesome outing in Munnar. In the cool climes of this place to take a speed boat ride or go for a peaceful shikara boat rise is an awesome experience. The scenery all around is simple breathtaking