Tea estates of Munnar and Wayanad are among Kerala’s top tourist draws. The breathtaking panoramic views of rolling greens and invigorating scent lure both domestic and foreign tourists who seek an extraordinary tea plantation holiday to book tickets on Kerala flights to India.


They say in India, there is nothing more refreshing than a good cup of tea or as locally called ‘chai’! But visiting a place in India where tea actually comes from is an even more refreshing experience. Kerala, the God’s own country and one of the most sought after destinations in India, has some really great tea plantations to visit. As flights connectivity to India’s southern state is excellent from the rest of the world, reaching here is always convenient. People who are planning on reserving tickets on flights to Kerala for a holiday that will recharge their body, mind and soul, should definitely include Munnar and Wayanad in their itinerary.

The popular hill station, Munnar is one of the most fascinating towns of Kerala blessed with natural grandeur that never fails to draw nature lovers. The British, who had the town as the summer Resort during the period of the Raj, account for major chunk of tourists reserving flights tickets to Kerala and visiting Munnar. Undulating hills carpeted with lush green tea bushes is one of the most overwhelming sights in the town. The name ‘Munnar’ literally means three rivers and has been derived from the merging of three rivers namely Madhurapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundaly. Tourists taking a tour of the breathtaking tea estates do include a visit to the factory to see how the locals grow the popular Assam Tea as well as the pruning, plucking and processing into the packed tea that is simply a treat to the senses. You may even taste some of the best Assam Tea during your tour. The lazy and relaxed pace of life here is every bit worth the monies spent on air tickets aboard flights and accommodation for stay at this tranquil escapade. Keen travellers can book flights and accommodation for holidays during August to May which is the main tourist season here.

Hotels here
With Munnar sitting at the forefront of tourism in South India, accommodation is just as easy to book as the flight tickets. Whether you are looking for a budget stay or a five star welcome, there is no shortage of hotels. Some of the good hotels to name are Kaivalyam Retreat, Aranyaka Resort, Camp Noel, The Tall Trees and Swiss County.

Waynad is called the nature lover’s paradise and with magnificent mountain caves, fascinating tribes, exotic tree-houses, trails of jungle and countless other charms the place shows high on the itineraries of tourists netting air tickets for holidays in God’s own country for a serene and refreshingly peaceful experience away from the cacophony of the city life. Tea Plantations of Wayanad are equally alluring tourist attractions here and draw hordes of nature lovers who want to go off the beaten track to be one with the Mother Nature. Climb the hilly stretch of Kalpetta and you will be surrounded with the velvety green tea leaves of the bushes sprawling in the region. The impressive tea estates with bushes that exude reinvigorating fragrance are punctuated by the local tribes carefully hand picking the tea leaves during early morning or late afternoon hours. September to April is considered the best time for tea plantation tours here to avoid monsoon rains. September is also the shoulder season and air tickets for flights as well as accommodation at this time can be booked at relatively low prices.

Hotels here
Wayanad has some of the best hotels available to delight its visitors boarding India flights to Kerala. There is luxury as well as budget choices to suit the traveller’s preference. Some of the best luxury hotels in this area are Wayanad Silver Woods Resort, Rain Country Resort, The Woods Resort and Mint Flower Residency. Several tourists arriving on flights stay at the Wayanad Tea County that is managed by local tribes who live and work on the estate.

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