Misty Mountain Resort

Address: \N, Munnar, Kerala, 685565, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on \N, Munnar, is near Tea Gardens.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Misty Mountain Resort Munnar

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    Travel Blogs from Munnar

    Tea plantations at every turn

    A travel blog entry by ashleighb on Feb 03, 2015

    11 photos

    The drive from Madurai to Munnar took us through some spectacular mountains, however the roads were quite narrow and sometimes not even sealed, so I had a few internal freak outs along the way (none that I would admit to at the time). Out of all the hotels that Jayson and Paul booked for the trip, this location was the hardest to choose. Do you …

    Chinnar national park, elephants and thar mountain

    A travel blog entry by hayclarketravel on Jan 02, 2015

    20 photos

    Our taxi was suppose to pick us up at 6.30am. When I booked the tour he thought we were 4 people as Dan was off shopping and when I told him we were 5 he told us that he had booked a 5 seater cab and could we squeeze and for some reason I thought why not. The taxi that showed up wouldn't take us and ordered a 6 seater but that took an hour and a half to arrive so we were late. I called our guide in the national park we were visiting but all he said was ok ok ok. Off we went. ...

    Tea and coffee plantations

    A travel blog entry by keeleymclaren on Jul 11, 2014

    ... information just dumped to take photographs, secondly a waterfall viewpoint which was ok. Thirdly we went to see some coffee plantations which was the same as the tea before stopping an hour for some lunch. Next was a trip to a sandalwood forest where instead of trekking through it, again we were just let out for some photos. Lastly was a trip to Chinnar wildlife sanctuary. Here we did a 2 hour trek which was actually pretty good. We saw some viewpoints and nice scenery but it was ...

    Death road to Tea

    A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Jan 29, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... to stabilize the ground in the monsoon and provide shade from the sun. The men generally do 'harder work' like plantation maintenance and tree shaping which means they get to finish at 1 pm but only get the flat rate of 200 rupees and no chance of picking more leaves to increase their salary. Inequality in India is shocking! Also only the uneducated work in the tea field, the educated have office jobs in the estate or managerial jobs but everyone lives and eats ...

    Top station: not so tops.

    A travel blog entry by roberm05 on Jan 15, 2013

    1 photo

    ... view of an opposing mountain. Anyway it was great to see but it was also mighty disappointing as we had thought we were off to a tea plantation, and although it had a fantastic view of the valley and the mountains with big jagged tracks cut into the green hills, the serenity was lost on the rest of the Indian population down there who seemed to find it the perfect place to make phone calls and yell down the line to their friends. Ahhhh Indiiiaaaa. You can ...