Munnar Records Sub Zero Temperatures And Tourists Are Travelling To The Hill Station Blanketed By Fog & Mist!

by Shreya Ghosh
Munnar Records Sub Zero Temperatures And Tourists Are Travelling To The Hill Station Blanketed By Fog & Mist!

We are in the mid of January and spending the month shivering with chills and cold. While the coldwave in North India seems like the talk of the town, some parts of South India are making headlines as well this winter season. Kerala’s most beautiful Munnar is now attracting tourists from all around the country, thanks to the perfect cold weather. The natural beauty of this hill station always makes it a good explore the destination and this relaxing winter season is just like a cherry on top.

Wrapped In A Blanket Of Fog, Munnar Records Sub Zero Temperatures

The temperature is constantly dropping in Munnar and in the surroundings, making the weather unusually chilly and cold. This idyllic hill station of Kerala enjoys the winter season starting in November every year and it continues till February. 2023 is something different as the locals are sharing that they experienced sub-zero temperatures in Munnar more than in other years.

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Even since the month of January began, the temperature began to take a dip in Munnar and nearby places. It dropped to -1°C in many places such as Chenduvara, Kannimalai, Lakshmi, Letchmi, Sevenmala, and Silentvalley. The hill town is getting wrapped in thick blankets of fog. In fact, layers of frost are something that the locals are experiencing in the early morning.

Tourists Are Flocking Here To Enjoy The Cold!

No matter how chilly it gets, the winter season always has a different charm. The soothing ambience in the weather makes it a point to explore new places in the cold season and exactly this is what is happening in Munnar. Tourists from all around cannot resist the beautiful weather of this hill town and are running to enjoy the mercury level taking a dip. Surrounded by lush greenery and a vast area of tea plantations, it is always a treat to the eyes to witness the beauty here.

Fog and mist are enveloping the town and frost-covered Munnar looks more picturesque than ever. Tourist footfall is increasing every other day with all the hotels almost booked for the season. It is surely now a great time for hoteliers and the travel industry.

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Unfortunately, the extreme frost and fog are turning out to be harmful to the tea plantations. This is damaging the tea plantations and becoming a concern for the upcoming days.

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