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Enjoy Honeymoon in the wild side Of Munnar

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Kerala is the ultimate haven for a wildlife enthusiast and nature lovers with its perfect blend of amazing flora and fauna in its thick verdant forests and woody grasslands. The virgin tropical forests of Munnar and other forest expanses of Western Ghats are home to Nilgiri Thar, Tigers, Gaur, Elephant, Sambar, Panther, Spotted Deer, Grizzled Giant Squirrel, Nilgiri Langur, Lion Tailed Macaques, rare birds, butterflies, frogs as well as plant species. Due to constant exploitation, the forests are preserved as National Parks, wildlife reserves and sanctuaries.

Wildlife tour to the tea town of Munnar is a tremendous opportunity to revel in extreme adventures with safaris, treks, hikes, boating and wildlife watch. The nights spent on tree houses, fishing camps, cave houses and jungle resorts add to the thrill of the holiday. You can involve in bird watching, tribal village tour, cave visits, nature trails in plantations and few more amusements.

Trekking is organized at Anamudi, Rajamalai, Kundala and other munnar tourism spots. Rappelling and rock climbing are some of the other adventure sports alongwith speed boating, horse riding and more. The best lake locations of Munnar for boating and water adventures are at Kundala, Mattupetty and other such sites.

The misty cool atmosphere, green clad hillocks, majestic mountains, deep wooded valleys, cascading streams, dense forests; Munnar has a quiet a great deal to offer. The aroma of tea, coffee, cardamom, pepper, vanilla and other exquisite substances fill the air. Discover the unblemished stunning natural beauty of Munnar while exploring the abundant wildlife.

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