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Things To Do In Munnar

Munnar is a place where dreams and reality collide, it is surely a place where one could find peace as it is surrounded by the blanket of greenery which makes it as the most popular city to visit during your Kerala trip. 

There are boat rides and then there are boat rides which you take at Mattupetty Lake which is not only an amazing boat experience but the setting of the entire activity would make you fall in love with boating all the more. Located at a distance of approx 100 kms from Munnar, it provides as an ideal destination for all the nature lovers.
Munnar is known for excellent trekking trails in Kerala and that is where you would find some of the best natural wonders and a reason why Kerala is called as God’s Own Country. Chokramundi, Idukki and Chummar are some of the best treks which you can undergo when you are in Munnar.
Munnar provides you with a perfect setting for some of the best biking trails in Munnar. You can meander through dense woods and tea gardens and also undertake off road cycling. This trail will give you a perfect snippet of the entire countryside.
About 20 km from Munnar, Kundala Dam is a picturesque tourist destination. The dam is built on the Periyar River, and is surrounded by a green Western Ghat mountain range. The area also has cherry blossom trees, which flower twice a year, which adds to the beauty of the place. And if you are lucky, you can also see the bright purple cover of blue Kurunji flowers on the hills. Those flowers bloom only once in 12 years.

The nearby Kundala lake also provides an unforgettable experience to tourists. You can board a pedal boat or a boat to explore the lake and enjoy the scenery. Kashmiri Shikara boats are available for rent at Kundala Dam Lake Munnar.

Kundala Lake Munnar is also known for its boating facilities. Tea gardens & Green Hills and backdrops are with you in during the experience. Here, you can rent a pedal boat, rowboat or shikhara.

Albeit Munnar is a hill station, the summer heat becomes unbearable at times. Ergo, the best time to visit the lake is during winter or spring, between November and May. The cloud cover remains pleasant throughout the day during those months.
Also, it would be best to go early in the morning, so that you can enjoy your journey in peace. You can spend about 1-2 hours in this tourist spot.

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Mattupetty Dam is built in the mountains of Munnar and offers the tourists a range of water sports. Apart from being a delight for t