Munnar is located high on the Western Ghats among the evergreen tropical forest. The time from June to August is of pouring rains; but the rest of the year, Munnar has a calm and cold climate. The season begins mid September and extends to February. However, these days, there is a moderate tourist inflow all year round.
Munnar is especially known for the Neelakurinji flowers that bloom once in 12 years in Rajamala turning it in to hill of blue flowers. This attracts a large number of uniform and natural lovers. The Eravikulam National Park,a man attraction here remains closed for 45 days strarting early January since it is the breeding season of the endangered species of Nilgiri Tahr.
Eravikulam is reachable only by foot from Rajamala. It is a protected forest area and is named Eravikulam national park.
  Monsoon June, July, August
Season September to May
Location Idukki district on the high ranges of the Western Ghats
Altitude 5400 feet above sea level
Temperature 0oC - 280 C (Summer- 150C - 280C, Winter- 00C - 150C)
Rainfall 275 cm
Languages Malayalam, Tamil & English
Clothing Woolen & Cotton
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