Most of the important tourist places in Munnar, Kerala listed below. We have categorised in Four direction which will make easy to prepare day wise plan
Munnar is a beautiful getaway landscaped with tea plantations, hills, lakes, forests and winding walks. Located at an altitude of 1,829 m, it is home to South India's highest peak called Anamudi, standing 2,695 m tall. It is also an important commercial centre in the Idukki district.
The economy of Munnar thrives primarily from its vast tea estates and coffee plantations. Tourism is also another contributor.
Often referred to as the Kashmir of South India, Munnar offers tourists a mix of relaxation and adventure amidst beautiful landscapes. The word Munnar in Tamil means three rivers. Munnar is located where the rivers Mudrapuzha, Nallathani and Kundala converge, and so the name.
The history of Munnar can be traced back to the 10th century, which is its recorded history; although various relics that have been discovered point to its existence in the Stone Age. Around the 17th century the people of Tamil origin known as Muthuvans came and settled in Munnar and the nearby areas. It was also around the same time when the first European, the Duke of Wellington was said to have visited this place. Munnar flourished under the British rule, when it was developed for tea plantations and as a favourite summer retreat.
Mattupetty Dam:  At an altitude of 1,700 m, and 10 kms from Munnar, is home to the Mattupetty Dam and Lake and is a favourite picnic spot. You could also opt for activities like boating and horse riding here. The forest in and around Mattupetty makes it an ideal location for trekking and some bird watching.
Power House Waterfalls:  18 km from Munnar and on the way to Thekkady, gushes down a steep cliff 2000 m high. It is an ideal place to take a break on the way to Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary.
Rajamalai Wildlife Sanctuary:  Two kms from the National Park is the Rajamalai Wildlife Sanctuary, also home to many species of animals including the tahrs. It is also a favourite point to catch some great views of the valleys. The very many trekking opportunities within the sanctuary, makes it an adventure seekers delight.
Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary:  is 60 kms from Munnar and spread out over an area of 90,422 sq kms. It is a landscape of thorny scrub and deciduous forests, wet grasslands and rocky expanses. It is home to the endangered giant grizzled squirrel as well as other animals like elephants, spotted deer, sambhar, etc.
Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary:  also known as the Thattekad Sanctuary is a bird watcher's delight, and is located near Kothamanagalam in Ernakulam district, on the riverbanks of Periyar. It was brought into prominence by Dr. Salim Ali who described it way back in 1930's as the richest habitat for birds in peninsular India. It is home to more than 270 species of birds like the rare mottled wood owl, spot- bellied eagle owl, Malayan night heron, Sri Lanka frogmouth, rusty-tailed flycatcher, etc.
Trekking Spots:  Lock Heart Gap, 13 kms from Munnar, is ideal for trekking and outdoor exploration. It's the perfect place to soak in some fresh mountain air and catch captivating views. The famous peak of Anamudi, rich in its varied species of flora and fauna, is another favourite of trekkers, but needs some experience in this field.
Excursions:  Top Station, 37kms from Munnar, offers captivating views of the Western Ghats, and is the best lace to see the Neelakurunji plant when it flowers once every twelve years. You could head to the artificial lake called Malankara Reservoir, at a distance of 6kms from Thodupuzha, which is a favourite spot for some excellent fishing and boating. Marayoor, 40 kms away from Munnar is the natural habitat of sandalwood trees, and home to caves with murals and relics belonging to the Later Stone Age era. You can visit the Sandalwood Factory and the children's park located there.