Munnar – stunningly wonderful – an asylum of harmony and serenity
Set at a height of 6000 ft in Idukki area, Munnar was the favoured summer resort of the British rulers in the provincial days. Unending field of tea manors immaculate valleys and mountains fascinating types of widely varied vegetation in its wild asylums and backwoods fragrance of flavour scented cool air yes! This delightful goal has all these and that’s just the beginning. It’s the place you would love to visit.
Here are the different ways by which you can arrive at this beautiful green haven
- Via Air:
The closest air terminal is Cochin International Airport, which is around 125 km far from Munnar. The air terminal is connected with all the urban cities of India. Once you arrive at Cochin airport, you can hire a cab to Munnar. There are couple of cabs available in the airport to be accessed.
- Via Train:
The closest railway station from Munnar is situated in Kochi or Ernakulam. You can book a train from any part of the country to this railway station in Kerala. There is also Aluva Railway Station which is closer to Munnar. Once you reach either of this station, book a cab and journey by road to the beautiful hill station of Munnar.
- By Road:
The final journey to Munnar can only be completed by road. State-run or private transports, handling from different towns in Kerala and Tamil Nadu, are the most ideal approach to get to Munnar by street. Kerala State Road Transport Corporation gives transport administrations to Munnar from every single significant city in Kerala.
So come along, choose a mode of transportation that suits you best and explore the beautiful land of Munnar!