Idukki, India


Sprawling over an area of 5061 Sq. Km., the district of Idukki is marked by undulating hills and valleys. Munnar is a beautiful hill station on the Western Ghats at about 1600 metres above sea level. The town is situated at the confluence of the three mountain streams Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala. There are lakes, reservoirs, forests and several tea estates. Anamudi, the highest peak in south India is close to this place.

Relax and Take it All in

Maharashtra is among the most popular hill stations in Idukki and is extremely famous for its strawberries. Tourists from the nearby region come here to spend a few relaxing days away from the cities. Be a part of a natural world that is absolutely pure. Come here to enjoy the raw beauty of nature as well as the architectural marvels that depict their charming past.

All trips are subject to weather conditions. Minimum of 2 students participating. NOT Included as part of the ‘Full Elective’ package.