Meesapulimalai Munnar Trek
1.Offroading on a 4WD vehicle
2.Trekking and camping
3.Bonfire and meals
4.Pickup and drop from Munnar
Reach Suryanelly/Munnar and get transferred to the base camp by a 4 wheel drive jeep through the rugged terrains. The off-road experience will bring you to the highest tea growing estate in the world.
Base camp briefing and then start the visit to the tea factory. There will be bonfire and dinner will be served.
The camp is situated in the Eastern Slopes and it after the magnificent sunrise we will start our day. After breakfast we will trek to the Meesapulimalai peak. The trek will be moderate to challenging in nature. The trekking in Munnar among the tea fields will be an experience to remember.
The price is for 10 participants in a group
Rock climbing or rappelling can be arranged for a minimum of 10 participants at the Lock Hart Gap on the way to the Suryanelly
PS: Minimum number of people required for the Trek is 10 participants.
For less than 10 participants jeep charges will be extra and can be paid at actuals.
Want to enthrall in the second highest peak of South India, for having an unravelling experience? This trek placed in Munnar is the one you should be considering. This is a delight to treat your eyes with serenity. Not only is this trek gonna provide you with sheer and utter panoramic views, but also is gonna embark you with fun filled and thrilling trekking experience. This trail provides you with both trekking and a nature walking affair. This pathway is always all ready to gather your wits and guts to travel down the narrow lanes, rugged terrains, charming tea plantations, scenic valleys and what not. This lush green carpet stretches through 8 hills, going through the shared border of Tamil Nadu and Kerela. Heighted at a significant 8661 feet in the Idukki district of Kerela, this also is an idyllic surrounding to find peace at. This easy to moderately chalenging trek can be completed in a day without any hindrances and hence also proves to be one of the favoutire picnic spots too. Frequently dramatising weather, with chilly wind to freeze you, adds up like a cherry on the cake to this trail.
The trek is kinda easy in the beginning but as you step further, it becomes a bit difficult because of the slopy hills. Contacting a guide is sort of a must during the trek beacause the route is confusing and one might get lost in the lush forests. This is an easy to moderately difficult trek, so bagpackers can consider this as an opportunity to enhance their trekking abilities.
One of the finest ways to go to Meespulimala trek would be taking a jeep safari drive from Munnar. This would also help in exploring the lush green forests and and getting enthralled by the wilderness of the forest, giving the trekkers splendid opportunities to click and to get clicked. Another driving alternative route to the trek could be through Thrissur with a driving of 186 kms, leaving the travellers with eye soothing and spellbound moments to store.
Traversing through this lush green carpet, makes us somewhat staple to the welcoming weather here. From a pleasant weather to a chilly one during the night are some of the major characteristics of the trail. Covering the forest belt, it also gives one an opportunity to breathe fresh air and experience nature in a totally different way.