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It's worth going there. but roads conditions are not good. otherwise it's all good and safe to go their. we stayed in Munnar club Mahindra. and property location was great.
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It's totally worth the trip. A few routes have been affected because of the floods but its still accessible by vehicle. You can get a clear image of the devastation mother nature caused. But I would suggest that you go to Munnar in monsoon, it's truly heavenly. The weather now will be around 18-25°C.
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Hey I m staying in Kerala now. No such problem is there. You can visit . Happy Journey.
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Yes now its fine they have recovered most of the places . You can go and enjoy.
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No problems. You can go ahead and visit. Evrythings recovered.
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I had a trip last month and rod condition and every came back to normal just within a month of flood . check these write up in my last months trip https://www.tripoto.com/trip/munnar-during-summer-notinnorth-5c9fb63a9515d https://www.tripoto.com/trip/meeshapulimala-second-highest-peak-in-kerala-offbeatgetaway-5ca05f6593298
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Yes Naivedya, it has been all cleared and good to travel.
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Absolutely worth it
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Munnar is not affected by the flood.. only a few districts which are close to the river is affected.. munnar is a hill station and there it is perfectly safe to travel and add the coffee leaves starts to bloom this us a good time to visit munnar to beat the summer heat if you find this answer helpful please leave an upvote to this reply. and you can follow us for more on food accommodation and budget plans
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You won't even know there was a flood last year..
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