Munnar Getting Ready after the Lockdown

Munnar opens the door for travellers who love to travel. After the lockdown crisis, tourists are beginning to come to the rescue. Even though the smaller lodges were closed, Idukki began operating medium-sized tourist destinations and large hotels and resorts.

Hotels offer attractive packages aimed at revitalizing the tourism sector. 50 to 65% discount on wound healing. Priority is given to safety standards to be adopted during the lockdown. Guests arrive in large hotels through regular travel agencies. But this kind of booking is not happening now. Instead, tourists directly coming to Munnar.


Following the lockdown, employees who went on compulsory leave have begun to be phased out. With the Onam season approaching, there is an attempt to awaken tourism. The tourism industry is expecting a significant increase in the influx of domestic visitors if it is allowed to open major tourist destinations like Eravikulam National Park, Mattupetty and Kundala due to the lockdown.

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