Munnar Trekking

Munnar, a picturesque hill station located in the Indian state of Kerala, offers some excellent trekking opportunities amidst its lush green tea plantations, dense forests, and stunning landscapes. Trekking in Munnar is a popular activity that allows visitors to explore the natural beauty of the Western Ghats and experience the serenity of the region.

We offer various trek routes throughout the state with different levels of difficulty ranging from easiest to highly challenging. Trekking can take an hour or more and, with camping, as many days as desired. Most of the national Parks in Kerala have wonderful trek routes taking you to the most secluded and scenic parts of the sanctuary.  Munnar, a renowned hill station, is one of the most adored spots for trekking as it provides treks that are neither too tough, nor a walkover. But if you really like to stretch yourself to the limit, choose Eravilkulam National Park, an ecotourism hotspot, trekking, and other activities are limited to the tourism zone only.

Trekking – Overview

  • Trek starts from the lower reach of Eravikulam.
  • Trek covers tea plantations, shola forests, grasslands, and spice plantations.
  • Anamudi, South India’s highest peak, is situated in Eravikulam National Park
  • Well-kept trails and shelters along the way make the going easier.
  • Spot the amazing flora and fauna
  • Choose sturdy footwear with good traction
  • Wear thin, loose, preferably cotton clothing to remain comfortable during the trek.
  • Take woolen clothes – Nights in the mountain ranges would be chilly throughout the year
  • An expert guide accompanies you throughout the journey

Eravilkulam National Park is home to animals like elephants and the rare endangered and endemic mountain goat ‘Nilgiri tahrs’. Many species of animals like Nilgiri Marten, Nilgiri golden cat, short-toed otter, etc. are restricted to this forest. It is a well-known repository of medicinal plants and home to a variety of exotic flora and fauna. There is the Neelakurinji flower that bathes the hill in blue, which blooms every 12 years.

You will be picked up from your Munnar or Kochi hotel. A trip usually starts from Munnar.



Depart from Munnar in a jeep to the foothill of Eravikulam. Before the trek starts, you can learn about the amazing and precious diversity of flora and fauna in the ecosystem and the trekking pattern of the day from our naturalist. Start trekking by 9 a.m., the route gives superb views of the surroundings. You will see the hill-slopes worked by shifting cultivation and when the clouds part you will be treated to magnificent panoramas of the mountains. You will make a brief stop for lunch in a grassland before proceeding. By evening you will be greeted by a tribal group called Muthuvan`s staying inside the park. This is a really great time to encounter tribals on their premises and learn about the simplicity of their lives. Overnight is arranged in tribal hamlet. Dine by the Campfire.


Start your trekking after breakfast. The dense vegetation of the National Park houses a variety of birds, animals, and monkeys. Stop for lunch and relax in the natural surroundings. Continue trekking and stay night at another Tribal hamlet.


You will begin the descent after early breakfast. Afternoon you will be picked up from Eravikulam foothill and transferred to Munnar. Rest of the day relax at the Resort.

The Team

The team comprises Forest Department personnel, tribal trekking guides and guards to carry food, water, and other materials, and a naturalist from our company to assist you in all respects. You have to carry only a small bag to keep your essentials. All the food and mineral water will be provided.

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