Munnar is an idyllic hill station situated in Idukki district in Kerala, which is a perfect shot. The name Munnar means three rivers in Malayalam because of the confluence of three rivers Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala. It is nestled amidst the lush green hills of the Annamalai Ranges, with south India's highest peak Anamudi. It became popular with the erstwhile English rulers as a summer retreat. Renowned for the tea estates and the salubrious climate; it is one of the few places where the natural beauty persists like Classic Movies. The never-ending expanse of tea plantations, magnificent mountains, pristine valleys, exotic species of flora and fauna, winding lanes, and the spice flavoured cool air are something which you’ll cherish forever. For the nature enthusiast there are many visual delights in the nearby sanctuaries. They are home to many endangered and endemic species including Nilgiri Thar, the Grizzled Giant Squirrel, the Nilgiri Wood-pigeon, the Gaur, the Sambar, and the Neelakurinji, a blue flower that blooms only every twelve years.