Shrilaya Travels & Tourism

Madurai to Thekkady to Munnar to Madurai


This hill station in the Western Ghats came into the limelight only in the late 19th century after the British leased some of the lands in the area. They started cultivation of crops such as coffee and cardamom before settling on tea as the ideal crop for the area. In the 1960s, the Tata Group forayed into the tea business and floated Tata tea Ltd. It was in the late 20th century that Munnar emerged as a tourism hotspot.

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Madurai, also called the Temple City, is located in the state of Tamil Nadu. It is also one of the oldest inhabited cities of India. Apart from the Temple City, a few other names for the city are the 'City of Four Junctions', 'City of Festivals' 'Athens of the East' and 'Sleepless City', all pointing to one or other aspect of Madurai.

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Thekkady, located in the Idukki district of the state of Kerala, is the place where the Periyar National Park is located. Thekkady lies very close to Kumily, which lies on the border of Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, spread across an area of 300 square miles, is home to thick evergreen forests, deciduous forests and a host of animal species, viz. elephants, sambar, tigers, Nilgiri Langurs, etc.

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3 Night / 4 Days

1 Pickup from Madurai Airport or Junction – Journey proceeding towards Thekkady – visit Thekkady Lake – Boating – Journey proceeding towards Munnar – Check in Hotel – Night stay at Munnar.
2 Pickup from Hotel at Munnar – Visiting local sightseeing spots at Munnar – Rose Garden – Tea Garden – Photo Point – Echo Point – Maatupatty Dam – Top station – Kundala Dam – return to Hotel at Munnar for night stay.
3 Pickup from Hotel at Munnar – journey towards Rajamalai to visit Eravikulam National Park – Aatukad Waterfalls – Lakkom Waterfalls – Blossom park – return towards hotel night stay at Munnar.
4 Pickup from Hotel at Munnar – Check out –Journey towards Madurai Airport or Junction.

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