Dhanyasree Inn

Address: Chilling Plant Road, Near Govt. Guest House, Munnar, Kerala, 685612, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Chilling Plant Road, Near Govt. Guest House, Munnar, is near Tea Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Munnar

    Into the hills

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Feb 24, 2015

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    ... on our walk we saw women harvesting, a very small deer no more than 2 feet high that lives in the tea plants, elephant dung and a giant India squirrel. The paths we walked are made by the elephants and just a week ago 7 mothers and their calves were along the trail. They don't eat the tea trees but they do walk through the plantations so they are periodically scared off by fireworks. There were some her a couple of days ago but not today. ...

    Beautiful Munnar

    A travel blog entry by pdforsyth on Jan 28, 2015

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    ... a relaxing way to travel. I have been so impressed with the guides we have. Our main guide, Tofiq (wrong spelling but it's how you pronounce his name) is organized but flexible and always concerned that everyone's needs are being met. Our guides for biking and hiking yesterday and today were amazing. They were very observant and dealt with the various fitness levels in a quiet and caring fashion. ...

    Munnar, Kerala.

    A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Dec 10, 2014

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    ... it was a noticeable drop in temperature. It was around 20 degrees, and drops to 12 at night. Jumper on immediately, it was like being at home which was nice in one way! It's so very green up here 1550m above sea level; the tea plantation trees made the place so picturesque! It was quieter than the city, and it seemed like a proper winter where everyone was wearing bobble hats and costs, not an Indian winter of 30 degrees! We had to wait for check in, but it was worth the wait, ...

    Mountain Trek

    A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Apr 16, 2014

    16 photos

    ... metal cross had been planted in a silver painted rock. Apparently people would be climbing here in droves the next day to celebrate Good Friday. I can't blame them. The view from this point was spectacular. Tea fields stretched up the side of the hills to the west, tracing geometric swirls in vivid greens. Woodland covered the hills to the east, but was interspersed with small villages from which the sounds of Bollywood drifted up. The sun dappled everything ...

    Kerala Provence - Gods Own Country

    A travel blog entry by simoncardnell on Feb 14, 2014

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    ... travel past an elephant crossing point but the driver says the elephants only come out in the evening. Then after four hours we get up into the mountains and there are rolling hills of emerald green tea plantations stretching into the distance. In the morning I head out for a run and through the hills, pure green tea is everywhere as well as colourful flowers and small indian huts. It's perfectly quiet and groups of indian women pass by, ...