Preserving the spirit of nature

The Sahyadri Mountain Ranges, more popularly known as the Western Ghats, lies parallel to the South West coastline of India, along the Western edge of the Deccan Plateau. It is perennially cooland yet one of the eight ‘hottest hot spots’ in the world for endangered biodiversity. There are about forty World Heritage Sites within the boundary of the Western Ghats. Forty percent of the river water resources of India have the Western Ghats as their catchment area. Exotic hill stations beckon tourists to the Western Ghats, but the loveliest of them all is Munnar, fondly called the Jewel of the Western Ghats.

Munnar is situated in the state of Kerala, the must-see destination on the Indian subcontinent.It is close to Anamudi, the highest peak south of the Himalayas. Munnar is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the Western Ghats. It is surrounded by enchanting nature, with rolling hills covered with velvety grass, emerald vales of evergreen vegetation, gurgling streams and silvery waterfalls, serene lakes, craggy precipices, manicured tea-gardens, sprawling plantations of cardamom, coffee and pepper andmesmerising viewpoints.

The Munnar experience will seep into every pore of the visiting tourist and make him want to come back again and again. To top up the experience you have the Tall Trees Resorts, just far enough to shut out the hustle and bustle of the town and close enough to enjoy its conveniences.The Tall Trees Resorts is a judicious and eco-friendly amalgamation of well-preserved nature and modern creature comforts.