Munnar kerala tourism video ( aerial view )

Sprawling tea plantations surround the serene hills of Munnar, which attract adventure travellers hungry for paragliding, treks to Anaimudi (South India’s highest peak) and hikes originating at the confluence of three mountain streams. The stone Christ Church, built by the British in 1910, is adorned with renowned works of stained glass, and Eravikulam National Park, about 10 miles away, is home to equally colourful wildlife, including the endangered Nilgiri Tahr (ibex), ruddy mongoose and 120 bird species.
TripAdvisor: TripAdvisor tells you why Kerala’s Munnar is a must visit tourist destination in India.

Snake Island , World’s Most Deadly Island – brazil

ilha de queimada grande. AKA Snake island. One of the islands in this world you would least like to get stuck at. Located 30 miles of, of the coast of Sao Paulo, this island harvests a colonie of some of the most venomous snakes in the world. This snake is called the Golden Lancehead. The good news about this highly venomous snake is that you can’t find it anywhere but on this island. The bad news is that there are quiet many of them. Rough estimations have the population at over 400000. Or one snake per every square meter.

Varkala beach (papanasam) – Kerala

Varkala Beach, also known as Papanasham Beach is a beach in Varkala, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India, along the Arabian Sea, part of the Indian Ocean.

Varkala beach is the only place in southern Kerala where cliffs are found adjacent to the Arabian Sea. These tertiary sedimentary formation cliffs are a unique geological feature on the otherwise flat Kerala coast, and is known among geologists as Varkala Formation and a geological monument as declared by the Geological Survey of India.

Brihadeeswarar Temple Thanjavur – Tamilnadu

Brihadeeswarar Temple (locally known as “Big temple”) is a Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva located in Thanjavur in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is also known as RajaRajeswara Temple Rajarajeswaram and Peruvudayar Temple. It is one of the largest temples in India and is an example of Dravidian architecture during the Chola period. Built by Raja Raja Chola I and completed in 1010 CE, the temple turned 1000 years old . The temple is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the “Great Living Chola Temples”, with the other two being the Brihadeeswarar Temple, Gangaikonda Cholapuram and Airavatesvara temple.

Padmanabha Swami Temple – Thiruvananthapuram

Padmanabhaswamy temple is located in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India. The temple is built in an intricate fusion of the indigenous Kerala style and the Dravidian style of architecture associated with the temples located in the neighbouring state of Tamil Nadu, featuring high walls, and a 16th-century Gopuram. While the Moolasthanam of the temple is the Ananthapuram Temple in Kasargod, architecturally to some extent. It is the richest Hindu temple in the world. In terms of assets gold and precious stones, it is by far the wealthiest institution and place of worship of any kind, in the recorded history of the world.

Mattupetty – Munnar

Munnar is a town in the Western Ghats mountains in India’s Kerala state. Munnar, a hill station and former resort for the British Raj elite, is set within rolling hills dotted with tea plantations established in the 19th century. Eravikulam National Park, home to the endangered mountain goat Nilgiri tahr, is a seasonal trekking destination encompassing the Lakkam Waterfalls and 2,695m-tall Anamudi Peak One of most beautifull place in munnar is Mattupetty Dam, is a storage Concrete Gravity dam built in the mountains of Kerala, India to conserve water for hydroelectricity

Parassinikkadavu temple – Kannur

Muthappan Temple, also called Parassinikadavu Muthappan temple is a Hindu temple, located at the banks of the Valapattanam river about 10 km from Taliparamba and 16 km from Kannur Corporation in Kannur District, Kerala. Principal deity of the temple is Sree Muthappan, a manifestation of two mythical characters called Thiruvappana and Vellattam. According to the local tradition the presiding deity is a folk deity and not a vedic deity, but there are recent attempts to associate the deity to Vishnu or Shiva.