Saravana Bhavan Hotel

Address: MG Road, Idukki Dist., Munnar, Kerala, 685612, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on MG Road, Idukki Dist., Munnar, is near Tea Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Munnar

    The High Range

    A travel blog entry by sburne on Feb 16, 2015

    5 photos

    ... their daily toil (its not a job I would fancy; total graft), then got up to a couple of summits for some amazing views. The afternoon was then spent descending down (harder than climbing up...I only had me plimsols on and it was well slippy!) through the spice farms, where we learnt a bit more. The day was topped off with a full thali meal at the end of the trek, which after ten hours of walking, was gobbled up pretty sharpish... Apart from the trek, I spent ...

    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

    ... Being employed by a tea estate (there are 16 tea estates in Munnar ) means free housing, nursery/school for children and a small pension is provided but once you retire (58 years old) or leave the company you have to leave the house too.
    A worker is paid on average 200 rupees (2) per day assuming they pick 21 kg of tea leaves. If more is picked then wages will be paid accordingly. 5 kg of fresh tea leaves equates to roughly 1 kg of ready tea. Apparently 1 kg of white ...

    Beautiful day amongst the Tea Plantations

    A travel blog entry by bubblyb23 on Jan 09, 2014

    5 photos

    ... breakfast then I find out I am going to the Tea Museum with another driver and the German couple. A key is on its way from Coochi. At the Tea Museum there is a 30 minute video on the history of Munnar which is very interesting, then you listen to this old guy tell you the virtues of green tea. Well he really shouts at you, you must gargle twice a day with green tea and in 2 years all your ailments including cancer will be gone. He is very amusing the way he tells ...

    Another steam bath episode

    A travel blog entry by roberm05 on Jan 16, 2013

    2 photos

    ... to say about it, most probably because he had a man masseus haha!). At the top of the hill our tuktuk driver was taking snaps of the beautiful sunset so we admired that as it set over the valley and then on the way home our tuktuk driver explained he was an avid photoshop fan and edited photos for his wife to make her look skinnier. There you go not just a pretty face/pretty tuktuk driver. We returned home and chilled out and Michael spent a good 30 minutes trying to wash the oil off ...