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You’ll be done with most of the places like rose garden,museums,view points by evening and then you can enjoy a martial art and kathakali dance show at punarjani or other places.next day,pay a visit to wildlife sanctuary nearby and then learn how tea is processed .
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Do visit -Anamudi -Eravikulam National Park -Mattupatty & Kundala Dam lake -visit Kalari kshetra for live show of martial art -Pothamedhu viewpoint and tea museums etc
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Eravikulam is closed for visitors during March
Hi Ravindra Sharma, If you have a half day on the day of arrival and a full day on day 2 you can plan your sightseeing as below Day 1- After check-in to your hotel you can visit Tata tea museum and hydel park Day 2 - You can start with Eravikulam national park to see the mountain goat variety - Nilgiri Thar. Then later visit blossom park,elephant ride and feeding elephant, Mattupetty dam, Photo point , Kundala dam and tea plantations , Top station view point . Later return to Munnar town and explore the local market for any spices and tea purchse
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Day 1: Mattupetty -Top Station Photo Point Mattupetty Dam Echo Point Kundala Lake Top Station Day 2: Pothamedu - Chinnakanal Rajamalai / Eravikulam National Park Tea Museum Rose Garden Pothamedu Viewpoint
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Thanks for precise answer. It will help me a lot.
Sorry just found that you are travelling in March.During this time Eravikulam national park is closed due to calving season.
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Firstly 2 days are quite less as munnar is deep and wide. I went to bison valley when I visited munnar. You can do kolukkumalai or meeshappulimala trek in one day and chokramudi in another day. Check Bamboo Dale resort in bison valley, I stayed there only.
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Take a Zoom Car...you can cover more places
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