||Munnar Wild Life
Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary is a prominent reserve extending to an area of more than 90 sq km, and came to recognition as a world life sanctuary in 1984.
Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary is in the Western Ghats in the rain shadow region. Chinnar receives only 48 days rain in a year during the months of October and November, that too when the northeast monsoons have set.
The giant grizzled squirrel, tigers, gaur, spotted deer, kraits, turtles, vipers, black eagles, cormorants, spectacled cobras, and many more species observe this sanctuary as their home.
This is also an ideal place for boating as well as trekking. It has variety of trees.
Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary is spread across 90.44 sq.km.
Private vehicles and buses are available from Munnar to Chinnar at a regular intervals.
Kochi which is 130 KM
Madurai: 142 KM
Coimbatore: 167 KM
Kozhikode: 287 KM
Thiruvananthapuram: 302 KM.
Nearest Railway Stations
Kochi: 130 KM
Kottayam: 147 KM
Madurai: 162 KM
Thiruvananthapuram: 302 KM
The weather in Chinnar is pleasant. Summers (April–June) are mild, while winters (November–February) are cool. It experiences heavy southwestern monsoon rains in June–August.
Traditional Kerala food are available.
Malayalam, Tamil, Tamil, English
Five-tar and three-star hotels are available in Munnar. Also resorts with different tariff plans are there in Munnar.