Eco Tourism Programs @ Munnar

Anamudi Peak

Located inside the Eravikulam National Park is the Anamudi Peak, the highest peak in south India standing at a height of 2695m. Entry is restricted but the view can be enjoyed from a distance at Rajamala.


Rajamala is the tourism zone of Eravikulam National Park and is a place where one can see Nilgiri Tahr at close quarter.The tourism zone will be closed in calving season during Feb – March every year. Visitors can get assured sighting of Nilgiri Tahr, feel the kurinji and experience the shola grassland eco system. Visitors will be picked from 5th Mile on safari buses and dropped back. The park have restaurants, eco shops and an amenity centre. Entry time 7.30 am – 4.00 pm Fee: Indian – Rs. 120/- Children – Rs. 90/- Foreigne National – Rs. 400/- Reservation fee Rs 50/- (Reservation counter 9 am – 3 pm at Information centre, Munnar)

Lakkom Water Falls

The crystal clear water originating from the core zone of Eravikulam National Park flows to river Pambar, one of the east flowing rivers in Kerala, which ultimately joins river Cauvery in Tamil nadu. Lakkom waterfalls is a natural fall which cascades down the hill side, lending an enchanting view. This is on the road side from Munnar to Marayoor. There is eco shop cafeteria and refreshing centre to provide services to visitors. Fee: Rs. 20/- per person.

Stay at Lakkom log house

Like a hidden bird nest under the forest cover, close to the falls, the log house offfers a high end comfortable accommodation to visitors. One can cherish the solitude and wilderness, the sweet music of falls and forest birds as well as caring services and complimentary food. Reporting time 3 pm at Lakkom Water falls. Tariff: Rs. 3000/- for two Indians Rs. 4000/- for Foreigner. Extra person – Rs. 1000/-


Lakkom log house: Rs. 3000  two Indian and Rs. 4000 Foreigners. Additional person – Rs.1000  (maximum 4 persons)