Nature Zone Resort

Address: Pulippara, Pallivasal, Munnar, Kerala, 685 612, India | 3 star campground
 
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This 3 star campground, located on Pulippara, Pallivasal, Munnar, is near Tea Gardens.
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      Travel Blogs from Munnar

      Chinnar national park, elephants and thar mountain

      A travel blog entry by hayclarketravel on Jan 02, 2015

      20 photos

      ... we get takeaway lunch and he said it was a short walk today and to eat lunch. After lunch we met our guide with a bit of confusion regarding the meeting point. I have to add here that our driver loves Dan, it is a sauce of constant amusement to us. He tried to hold his hand and pat his back and head while Dan tried to run away. Its not a pervy thing its an indian thing. Dan is very blond and very fair skinned and Indians love boys so all this combines into a great deal of ...

      Tea plantations and spices shopping

      A travel blog entry by elliottjulia on Dec 31, 2014

      ... and all in all it was worth popping in. From the jungle villa, we got a local jeep to take us to Munnar. On google maps that looked like a 1.5 hour journey, so from the previous experience, i suspected that it would take about 3 hours. The jeep was a local Mahindra make and looked like Soviet rafik. It didn't have much space at the back, so i had ...

      Kerala - Cochin, Alleppey and Munnar

      A travel blog entry by hsdodril on Jun 18, 2014

      124 photos

      ... path to the top of the waterfalls, where since luckily, there was no gushing water, we could relax amidst the slow flowing water and the boulders, enjoying the silence of the forests around us, and the thunderous roar of the waterfall a hundred feet on the other side. Even though, we thought that by leaving early, we could beat the majority of tourists, there were lot of groups, families, friends, and co-workers etc., each group settling in for spots that are not disturbed by the ...

      Rickshaw Travels

      A travel blog entry by bubblyb23 on Jan 07, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      The aim today is to head to the main temple and then the Ghandi Museum. The hotel has complimentary transfer to the temple so of course I take this offer up. I reach the temple expecting to be able to take my camera in, there are signs everywhere that for 50 rupee you can take a camera - no cameras allowed. The temple is the largest I have seen. Inside people are taking photographs with phones, that is allowed but not cameras. How strange, I have to say ...

      Get into a mystical misty mood

      A travel blog entry by roberm05 on Jan 14, 2013

      2 photos

      ... an essentially one car width road just tooting your horn gaily as you went around the corner to warn people on the other side that yes you were coming and no you weren't going under the speed limit. We got up there without a hitch, with me s******ing at big billboards that said things like "Munnar! Get into a mystical misty mood!" OoOoOoooOo okay then if you say so, here goes nothing! Arriving at our place there was not a single sign anywhere to indicate that this ...