the anamudi is good. anamudi means the hills formation looks like elephant. its so beautiful, this is part of eravikulam national park.
This is an average place to visit. There is nothing much to enjoy. We reached there at 11 30 pm. Ticket charge is 45 INR per head with camera charges. We have to board the minibus. They did not take the bus until the bus is full. Around 5 to 10 mins we travelled in the bus, then we are... More
Must Visit place. Right at the Top of the Mountain, You have an unforgettable view. You will never want to come down to the plain hills. You will also spot the Nilgiri Thar ,,, The last trekup is on foot for about 1 Km.
We went there by 10.30 where there are lot of crowd already. We have to wait for more than 3 hours in Que. The buses are very minimum so they cant handle lot of crowds. If you want to see this place go early morning by 7am, then only u can cover this place in one day
This is said to be the highest peak in South Asia. It stands quite true to this, but i would not recommend this place very much, as there are even more beautiful and important places to be seen in Munnar. This place is good for trekking. Apart from that, i dont feel anything great about this..
This is the highest peak in South India.The surrounding is beautiful ,on my way I spotted several Nilgiri Tahr`s also known as wild goats.They looked harmless and innocent.They are one of the major attraction on this peak.
is located in the Indian state Kerala. It is the highest peak in the Western Ghats and South India, at an elevation of 2,695 metres (8,842 ft), and a topographic prominence of 2,479 metres (8,133 ft). The name Anamudi literally translates to "elephant's forehead," a reference to the resemblance of the mountain to an elephant's head.
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