B Six Holidays Resorts
, offers you Munnar a beautiful Hill station at on altitude of ft. on the Western Ghats of South India, popularly known as "the High Ranges". 135 kms away from Cochin, Munnar stands at the confluence of three mountain streams , namely Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni, and Kundala.
Opened up more than a century ago this unexplored region covered by thick, beaver haunted forest , the abode of Elephants Tigers, Bison and Leopards. Much of the forest have now been replaced with rolling tea plantations, and with Cardamom plants carpeting the damp, forest floor where most of the tigers and leopards have gone and some elephants and other wild life remain. Among the fauna there is also some exotic flora found in the forests and grass lands, the Neelakkurinji, a flower which bathes the hills in blue once in every twelve years will bloom again here in 2006 AD.