Situated at the confluence of three mountain streams, namely Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala, Munnar offer mesmerising natural settings to spend your holidays. From tea plantations to beautiful hills for trekking, Munnar promises a unique experience.
Located at an altitude of 6000 ft in Idukki district, Munnar was favourite summer resort for British rulers too. Its breath taking hills and mountains, exceptionally beautiful tea gardens and exotic flora and fauna makes Munnar one of most seek out tourist destinations even now. Neelakurinji a blue colour flower which blooms once in twelve years is one of the examples of exotic flora at the region. Anamudi, the highest peak in not just Munnar but in the entire Southern India, makes for an adventurous visit with its suitability for camping and trekking as well.
Looking from a short break from the hustle bustle of day to day life? Visiting Nagarjuna Sagar can provide you with the break you are looking for.
One of the largest dams built in India, Nagarjuna Sagar Dam is located between Guntur and Nalagonda districts of Andhra Pradesh. This multi-purpose damis built on the river Krishna. One of the earliest hydro-electric projects of India, its initial name was “Nandikonda Project” on the village “Nandikonda” that was completely submerged in the water.
A hill town Srisailam is located on the banks of the River Krishna. This small town in the state of Andhra Pradesh has amazing natural setting to greet you with. Along with breath taking scenic beauty of the nature and wild life sanctuary, Srisailam is also known for many ancient temples and a dam.
The place is nothing less than a paradise for nature lovers with its mesmerising natural setting, and lush forests. The breath taking view from the hill makes the experience all the more special. At a distance of about 223 km from the Hyderabad city, Srisailam offers a refreshing break from the normal lifestyles. The place provides a treat for your religious self as well.