If you plan to stay in Munnar for quite a few days more, then definitely keep these in mind.
Other things to do and see
1. Visit the Chinar Wildlife Sanctuary
2. Visit the Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary.
3. Go on a nature walk.
4. Rent a motorcycle and ride around the picturesque town.
Cuisine on offer
Food is largely south Indian. The bakeries provide delicious cakes and baked goodies. The non vegetarians would relish the fish and meat options. Coffee is the go-to energy drink.
When to go
The winter months of India (November- February) is the peak season. Munnar is crammed with tourists in December and January in particular. Munnar also sees a fair share of visitors in the summer months of March to May. The monsoon season (June- September) is considered the lean season, but of late monsoon tourism has risen in Kerala. Given the lush greenery around, I don’t blame the tourists for travelling in monsoon.
Auto rickshaws plies in and around the town of Munnar.
Where to stay