Munnar in Peak Winter (December)- Great Season to visit Munnar
Though Munnar has pleasant climate throughout the year, it experiences colder winters and the weather is extremely cold during winter (December/January). The temperatures can drop to five degree Celsius conditions during the peak winter season. The hill station does not witness heavy snowfall and tourists throng Munnar in December during Christmas and New Year.
How to Reach Munnar
Beautifully cuddled on the lap of Western Ghats, Munnar is one of the easy escapes for weekenders as well as nature lovers anytime round the year. The meandering paths settling down at the plains connects Munnar tourism to all other major cities in South India by a well knit of state highways and national highways. How to reach Munnar is not a matter of hustle and bustle as it can be easily access by road from nearby cities and tourist destinations. The distance from Cochin to Munnar is approximately 126kms whereas from Kozhikode to Munnar is 270kms. One planning to drive from Coimbatore to Munnar needs to pelt along national highway 69 followed by national highway 209 that covers a distance of 160kms. The approximate distance from Wayanad to Munnar is 340kms whereas from Alleppeye it is only 170kms. If you are planning a drive from Mysore, then you need to cover a distance of 340kms en route Coimbatore and one who is planning to drive from Madurai has to cover 155kms. Thus Munnar by road can be easily accessible as daily buses and cabs plies from these cities and destinations.
The Coimbatore Railway Station and the Kochi Railway Stations are the closest railway stations from Munnar that connects Munnar by train to all other cities in India. Whereas the Ernakulam Railway Station and Aluva are other two major railheads that connects Munnar to rest of India.
The Cochin International Airport is the nearest airport from Munnar that connects Munnar by air to all other parts of the world. Hence wherever you are you need to a book a flight to Cochin and hire a cab to Munnar.