Igloo Nature Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIgloo Nature Resort Munnar
Igloo Nature resort is just about decent place to stay at a reasonable price. It is close to nature and has some very good natural scenery. Kind of secluded from the main Munnar town but once you get used to the place you kind of like it. Food was average. Service was okay. Other facilities like Spa were average. Looks like is popular with tour operators - means you can drive a good bargain with them directly! Room Tip: Either go for a hut or level 2 room depending on your requirement
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... last few hours on the boat taking in all the
captivating views before we were back in the madness of tuk tuks, buses and
hooting. Today was gonna be a travel day as we made our way up into the
mountains and hills to the tea plantations of Munnar. After a cruisy, mellow
bus driver on the hour journey between Allepey and Kottayam, there was nothing
cruisy and mellow about our next driver. The 5 hour journey up into the
mountains turned out to be a 5 ...
... different types of teas. The ordered nature of the plantations is quite charming compared to the disorder elsewhere. The whole area is green, hilly and just beautiful, with a lovely temperature to match. We visited Madupetty dam and local markets and finished the day watching a local performance of dance and mime, as well as martial arts. We once again were thankful to our driver for navigating the serpiginous and difficult roads in the dark. Tomorrow we make our way to ...
... although when we headed off everyone sat anywhere. Fair play to Jon Jon, he waves us off on our way - lovely old man. The bus had air con, don't know what we were worried about; it was natural air con aswell, came through the windows! Haha. At least this bus had windows most buses just have metal bars and no glass of plastic! Bus conductor came around for the fare... 210rupees for 2 adults 5 hour journey to Munnar. WHAT! I can't get a 3 minute journey up Penygarn hill for ...
... before and upheld by the ones after. The fields were stunning as far as the eye could see, the lookouts... However cloudy as it was later in the day, were amazing and it was a great day all around. A sight not to be missed were the majestic forests of the eucalyptus trees. They were like none other. I woke at 5:30am to catch my bus to my next destination, Allepey. The famous town of backwater tours. I was excited at the prospect of staying on a house boat ...
... us and sat down to eat with his new Indian friend. We chatted about travels – Elmi is riding his motorbike through the hills. Pretty soon we were done socialising and returned to our hotel for more nothing.
Lauren and I are both introverts by nature. So the opportunity to spend some time without the energy of socialising was much appreciated. Robert is planning on grabbing a scooter up to Munnar tomorrow afternoon so we felt the need to have some quality alone time. ...