Here I am back again with the crown that is India and the Jewel that will be showcased is MUNNAR. Relatively untouched unspoiled at an altitude of 1600m above sea level in South India, Kerala to be precise, this once upon a time British summer resort is fast emerging as a popular hill station because of its abundant natural beauty.
Location: Munnar is located in the eastern part of the state of Kerala, in the southern region of India, amongst the craggy hills of the Western Ghats at an altitude of 1524 m above sea level. It is 130 km east of Kochi and borders the state of Tamil Nadu.
Best time to visit: The weather in Munnar is pleasant. Summers (April–June) are mild, while winters (November–February) are cool. It experiences heavy southwestern monsoon rains in June–August. Avoid the monsoon season while visiting Munnar. The best time to visit Munnar is between the months of October to March.
As this section is a part of photo speaks, naturally the highlight will be the photographs, which I had taken randomly of whatever that caught my fancy (amateur that I am) and not implying any logical progression. These are simply to delight your visual senses and encourage you to take a trip your self and enjoy the beauty of the place with your own eyes and with your loved ones. Nothing will delight me more than knowing that somebody has actually been inspired by this series to visit a highlighted spot.
Rest of the wordings that follow are descriptive captions rather than informative bytes but I will be delighted to face any queries (if any) from you in the forum but before that the visual treat! Again I would like to remind that Munnar is much more than these random snapshots
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