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C7 hotel in Munnar delivers exceptional service, artful decor and an array of luxury amenities with unparalleled environment responsibility. With a refreshing mix of Indian heritage and high-tech hospitality, The C7 Munnar is a leading environmentally sensitive hotel in Munnar, Kerala.


Responsible Tourism

" We believe that responsible tourism holds the key to long term solutions that lower negative economic, environmental and social impacts. It also brings about better economic benefits for local people by getting introduced to the new industry with possibilities for working in more sophisticated conditions. "

Top Station
35.8 km from C7

Top Station, as the name suggests is the highest point in Munnar. It is at a height of 1700 meters, on the Munnar-Kodaikanal road. From the view point, you can see miles into the Theni district of Tamil Nadu and enjoy a panoramic bird’s eye view of the Western Ghats. This destination is also very popular when the Neelakurinji blossoms. The entire mountain slopes come alive with a fresh new blue/lavender tint. The strange feature of this plant is that it blossoms only every 12 years. Next flowering season is due on 2018. The Kurinjimala sanctuary is also near to the Top Station.


9.5 km. from C7

Attukaad is scenically sublime with far and near rolling hills, and mountains far away that look light bluish gray due to their distance. It is located between Munnar and Pallivasal. It certainly is a real treat for your eyes. The immediate terrain is ideal for long treks.


Anayirankal Dam
27.6 km from C7

Anayirankal Dam is about 22 kms. from C7. Anayirankal is surrounded by tea plantations and evergreen forests. The Anayirankal dam and reservoir provides an eye-catching view. Elephants can be spotted at the reservoir. It is ideal for picnics and trekking.


12.4 km. from C7

This is a quiet town with small cottages, old charming bungalows and an inviting ambience. This is also home to the Pallivasal Project, the first hydro-electric power plant in Kerala. This area offers picturesque views of tea gardens with plenty of possibilities for trekking and soft strolls through plantations.


36.1 km. from C7

Anakkulam is a peaceful settlement located in the middle of a reserve forest. This place is located about 40 km away from Munnar . Till very recently this place was not a very popular, but now a lot of tourists who used to travel to and from Munnar halts here to watch the elephants.


21.5 km. from C7

Chinnakanal Waterfalls. Chinnakanal or Power House waterfall is located 18 km away from Munnar. The origin of this beautiful waterfall, surrounded by green mountain ranges, is from the River Devikulam.


35.5 km. from C7

Kolukkumalai is a famous destination in the Munnar region and this very much adjacent to the meesapulimala. The most important attraction in this area is the kolukkumalai tea factory which is located in a higher altitude. It is located in the Theni district of Tamilnadu and is about 800 feet above the sea level. On the way to the kolukkumalai both sides of the road are enriched with the view of tea estates.


Lockhart Gap
15.5 km. from C7

Lockhart Gap Munnar is located 13 kms away from Munnar, near Devikulom en-route to Anyirangal on National Highway 49. You can have a great panaromic view from this point and get a bird’s eye view of the surrounding serene mountains and lush green Bison valley village . The picturesque cloud laden hill terrain is mystic and a must see on the list of best things to do when in Munnar. It is also frequented by hikes and trekkers as it is on the foot hills of the Chokkanmudi Peak one of the highest hiking points in Munnar.


Perumbankuthu Waterfalls
32.1 km. from C7

Perumbankuthu waterfalls Located near Anakkulam in Munnar Kerala Anakkulam, located 30 km from Munnar, is an idyllic little hamlet located in the midst of a Reserve Forest. Two tributaries of the Periyar river, namely, Ittacholayaar and Nallathanniyar runs through the village forming a number of water-falls that are glorious visual delights for visitors. One can stand at the crest of the majestic Perimbankuthu falls and watch as the river descends to the depth of its outpourings.


Ellappetty Trekking
30.1 km. from C7

Ellapetty & Top Valley Trekking Top Valley Trekking in Munnar is one delightful and enriching trip that you certainly do not wish to miss while relaxing in the stunning mountain-scapes and cool climate of this beautiful hill-station located in the stunning state of Kerala.


9.1 km. from C7

Nyamakad is located between Munnar and Rajamala. As a rule, take your fully charged camera along to all the places to visit in and around Munnar. But for this particular trip, if you fail to take your camera, you could end-up rather disappointed because this is a land of breathtaking waterfalls. The waters cascade down from a rocky hill formation from a height of about 1600 meters. The vicinity offers an excellent picnic spot and trekking point. Gravel Banks, a trout fishing site is located at a secluded corner of Nyamakad Estate.

11.9 kms from C7

The serene Devikulam lake situated high up amongst the hills is the centre of attraction here. There is a small temple here dedicated to goddess Sita. Devikulam is located at an attitude of about 1000 meters from sea level about 12 kilometres from C7. This area is pleasant and cool throughout summer and fairly cold in winter months. Devikulam is abundant with the rich beauty of nature. The crystal clear water in the lake, the tall trees, the flora and fauna makes the landscape an ideal picnic spot. This is also a trekker’s paradise. You can walk through the mountain trails and the endless mountain terrain with a canopy of tall trees..

Mattupetty Dam
11.7 km. from C7

Mattupetty is located 1700 meters above sea level, with brooks and cascades embellishing its magnificent terrain. Anamudi, the highest mountain peak of the Western Ghats is close to Mattupetty. This is a haven for nature lovers. Apart from the green rich tea plantations and rolling grasslands, Mattupetty is popular for its unique Shola forests. This forest area is excellent for trekking, bird watching and of course; photography. Mattupetty Lake and the dam have many locations ideal for picnicking. The district Tourism Promotion Council offers boating facilities. Speed boats are available for hiring. Nearby there is also the picturesque Kundala tea estates and the adjacent Lake. While you are here it is worth visiting the Indo-Swiss Livestock project which is home to several varieties of high-yielding cattle.

Eravikulam National Park
11.1 km. from C7

This park has great significance, as it now is under consideration by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee for selection as a world heritage site. This entire area is a characteristic high rolling hill plateau; a nice blend of grasslands and Sholas. Anamudi, the highest peak in Western Ghats is located within this park. The perennial streams criss-crossing the park makes the terrain visually spectacular. The park has the largest surviving population of the Nilgiri Tahr, estimated at about 750. There are many other undulates and a few rare animals like the Nilgiri langur, Stripe-necked mongoose, Nilgiri marten, ruddy mongoose, dusky palm squirrel etc. This area is also home to 132 species of birds and about 101 species of endemic butterflies.

Echo Point
18.5 km. from C7

Echo Point (15 kms from Munnar): This is an amazing vantage point. The place derives its name from the natural echo phenomenon. Spectacular views of the surrounding mist-clad blue hills and plantations can also be enjoyed from this point. The place lies on the way to Top Station from Munnar.

Kundala Dam
25.9 km. from C7

The tranquil town of Kundala is surrounded by rolling hills covered with tea plantations gently kissed by the silver mist and stretching for miles into the distant horizon. The artificial Kundala dam located here further accentuates the beauty of the place.

5.1 kms from C 7

Pothamedu is all about picturesque beauty. And there is plenty of variety. You can see coffee, tea and cardamom plantations surrounding the Pothamedu view point. If you enjoy adventure sports, this area provides excellent possibilities for trekking and hiking. On a clear day Idukki arch dam is visible from the view point. There is also the magnificent view of the valley ahead with the river Muthirapuzha flowing through. Carry your camera, as the entire area is ideal for photography.

Chinnar wildlife sanctuary
48.7 kms.from C7

The park is also home to a large number of animals including leopards, endangered giant grizzled squirrel, tigers, elephants, reptiles, peacocks, monkeys, exotic butterflies, etc. Prior permission is required to enter the sanctuary for trekking from the forest office in Munnar.

Committed to Ecotourism

"We believe that eco-tourism is a team effort from all of us involved, including our guests. We offer our guests a greater insight into the impact of human beings on the environment so as to promote a better appreciation of our natural habitats. As part of our action plan we promote recycling, energy efficiency, water conservation and creation of economic opportunities for local communities.
With so much of pressure on the environment of Munnar, we need to do everything possible to sustain a positive balance between tourism and its direct effects on its flora and fauna."