ONLY DROP

S.NO

VEH TYPE

KM

HRS

PACKAGE AMOUNT

1

INDICA

160

6

Rs.3550/-

2

SEDAN

160

6

Rs.3900/-

3

TAVERA

160

6

Rs.4600/-

4

INNOVA

160

6

Rs.5800/-

5

TEMPO

160

6

Rs.6850/-

MUNNAR ONE DAY HALT

S.NO

VEH TYPE

KM

HRS

PACKAGE AMOUNT

1

INDICA

400

36

Rs.5900/-

2

SEDAN

400

36

Rs.6300/-

3

TAVERA

400

36

Rs.7600/-

4

INNOVA

400

36

Rs.9100/-

5

TEMPO

400

36

Rs.11000/-


Note :

  •  Extra kilometers and hours charges applicable.
  •  Toll, parking, permit charges appilicable .
  •  Hills and halt charges applicable .

  • For Booking a Cab- Taxi, Please Dial 0452- 2888 999

Book Cab - Hire Taxi from Madurai To Munnar @ Just Rs 3550/-



Munnar is one of the most popular hill stations in India.  Munnar is situated at the confluence of three mountain streams - Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala. Munnar is a town and located in the Idukki District Kerala. Most tourists come to Munnar to enjoy the spectacular view of tea estates. But it is a good place to stay and enjoy the beauty of nature with its chill climate as well. It is also a popular place for Indian honeymooners.  The blossoming of Neelakunrinji, an unique flower of this region in the Munnar hills has been an occasion for celebration for nature lovers and artists alike.

Travelling in cab will save much time to visit many places. Fast Track Call Taxi provides cab for rental service from Madurai to Munnar. The distance between Madurai to Munnar is 160 Km approximately. Our Madurai Cab hire service offers the best deal that starts form Rs.3550/- (for only drop trips, Indica) &  Rs.5900 (for one day halt trips, Indica). Time needed for Sightseeing is 2 Days.

The nearest Railway station from Munnar is at Aluva, which is at a distance of 110 Km from Munnar. The Ernakulam Railway Station is 130 Km away while the Madurai Railway Station is at a distance of 135 Km. The nearest airport is the Cochin International Airport, which is 110 Km away. The Madurai International Airport is 140 Km away from Munnar.

Most Popular Places in Munnar:


1. Mattupetty Dam:

The Mattupetty Dam is a very popular picnic spot and is visited by many tourists. 
In the vicinity of the dam is a beautiful lake where you can enjoy a serene boat ride on the calm waters. 

The Indo-Swiss Farm is an achievement in itself for the people of Munnar. It is a highly specialised farm where more than 100 varieties of high yielding cattle are reared. Visitors are allowed to enter only three of the eleven cattle sheds as the rest are off limits.

Mattupetty Dam Boating Timings        : 9:30 AM To 5:30 PM
Mattupetty Indo- Swiss Farm Timings : 9 AM To 11 AM & 2 PM To 3:30 PM

2. Eravikulam National Park

The Eravikulam National Park is a home to the rare Nilgiri Tahr. The National Park houses a large variety of flora and fauna. Moreover, the beauty of the park is unparalleled. You can spend a day at the park exploring the myriad colours of nature and basking in the beauty that surrounds the park.
Visiting Hours: 7 AM To 6 PM (Daily), Closed for 45-60 days from 1st February during the calving season.

3. Anamudi Peak:

Anamudi, along with the national park, is inhabited by the largest surviving population of Nilgiri Tahr, Gaur and Asian Elephant. Visitors can undertake trek to reach the top of the mountain. A favourate  haunt among wildlife lovers, adventure enthusiasts and photo fanatics, the peak is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Munnar.

4.Top Station:

Owing to its strategic location, on the borders of Kerala and Tamil Nadu, the site offers a panoramic view of the splendid Western Ghats. The town of Munnar, replete with verdant forests, rolling hills as well as tea, coffee and spice plantations, appears as a green carpet from this view point. It is mostly clad with mist, but when the atmosphere is clear, visitors can even see some parts of the district of Madurai of Tamil Nadu from Munnar. The ideal time to visit Top Station is during the months of November to May.

5.Echo Point:

Echo Point is located around 18 km away from Munnar, on the way to the Top Station – the highest point in Munnar. This picturesque spot earns its name because of the natural echo that one can hear resonating in the undulating hills.

The panoramic view of mist clad hills and pleasing mountain breeze make this place worth visiting. It is a popular picnic spot where one can enjoy a stroll while admiring the green surroundings. The adventurous can also opt for trekking up the mountains.

Opening and Closing Time: 06:00 Am To 7:30 Pm

6. Blossom International Park:

Situated around 3 km from the picturesque Munnar town, Blossom International Park is close to Pallivasal Hydro Electric Project. Sprawling over an area of 16 acres, it is one of the famous tourist attractions in this region. The park comprises several rare species of flowering plants and lofty trees that make it a place worth visiting. Visitors can indulge in a lot amusing activities, such as boating, cycling and roller-skating here. For people looking to spend moments of leisure in the serene environs, there are tree houses, ropeways and swings within the park.

7.Tea Plantations:

Munnar is the hub of tea plantations in Kerala. There are scores of tea estates in and around Munnar. It is the place of one of the oldest tea plantations in Kerala. It was once a holiday resort of the Britishers who came to enjoy the great weather and scenic beauty of the place and have a beautiful time from February to November.

8. Lakkam Waterfalls:

Lakkam Waterfalls is a very popular tourist attraction which witnesses visitors year-round. Lying on the way to Marayoor from Munnar, the waterfall is set amidst dense flora and rolling hills. It majestically cascades down from the rocky cliffs of the splendid Eravikulam Plateau (7300 feet above mean sea level). The serene setting combined with the company of your loved ones would ensure a memorable trip to this waterfalls.

9. Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary:

The entire sanctuary is covered with dry thorny scrub forest, deciduous forests, riparian types, sholas and grasslands that are interspersed within hillocks, plains, rocks and cliffs. Owing to the fact that this region receives less rainfall, the flora and fauna found here are mostly unique to the thorny vegetation.

10. Sandalwood Forest in Marayoor

Marayoor is the only place in Kerala that has natural sandalwood forests. The 93 km Marayur reserve forest is believed to have about sixty thousand naturally grown sandalwood trees

 

 

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