If you have been to Munnar, you will be aware of the beauty and majesty the location possesses. Its laps and bends are beautiful, as are each turn and each stride. A bespoke trip may be created using your unique preferences and likes. You may choose from a wide range of experiences in Munnar, including those that are peaceful, thrilling, exciting, and everything else you would hope for from a lovely trip. Call us right now if you want to stay at one of the best luxury resorts in Munnarand enjoy its attractions.[...]
Munnar is everybody's favourite place while looking to explore the natural of Kerala. It is the most idyllic and endearing place to fall in love, especially during the monsoon season. However, not everyone enjoys Munnar's monsoon season save for those who adore the scent and hues of the wonderful rain. Knowing a few things is also necessary if you want to appreciate this particular time in Munnar. Through the blog, we guide you on a wonderful and safe journey to the queen of hills.[...]
Want to get out of your busy life and give a fresh relief to your body and mind? Everyone strives for a relaxing and soothing place where you can forget about all your worries and chill out. Mountains will be the best choice for this experience. Get lost in the beauty of nature with breath taking views of mountains peaks and wide varieties of landscape in one of the best hill stations in the world - Munnar. Exploring such a beauty without a good resort will be not much satisfying, Camelot resorts in Munnar gives you a lifetime experience in the hearts of mountains with all the luxuries you wish for.
Camelot resort, theBest family resorts in Munnar wishes you this Onam may you be showered with Good luck, prosperity, and happiness. Have a wonderful Onam. The largest cultural festival in Kerala - "Onam", is spectacular to witness. God's Own Country celebrates with colour and exudes happiness. Based on the Malayalam calendar, Onam is celebrated in the month of “Chingam”. The “Atham day” marks the start of the Onam festival, which lasts for the following 10 days till “Thiruvonam day”. It occurs between August and September on the Gregorian calendar.
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