Pack Your Bags & Head To Munnar As The Neelakurinji Are In Full Boom After 12 Years!
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Catch a glimpse of this rare spectacle of Neelakurunji flowers that are in full bloom after 12 years of wait in Munnar, Kerala.

What Is It?

The flowers leave you with a visual treat to your eyes when they are in full bloom. A dash of purple haze on the mountain that is covered with blue flowers called the Neelakurinji is a sight to behold.

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What’s In It?

The flowers are seen in full bloom across the Western Ghats creating a stunning sight once in 12 years. The wait is finally over and the purple daze is back later this month. The season of the full bloom will last from July 2018 to October 2018.

The flower reproduces once in its lifetime and dies after flowering and it takes another 12 years for each seed to sprout again which grows up to 30 to 60 centimetres high. The neelakurinji species of flowers belong to the Strobilanthes, which is a tropical plant species found in Australia and Asia. In Asia, Munnar is the location where a high concentration of this plant is seen.

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Plan a holiday to Munnar right away as the season lasts till October and experience this once in a time phenomenon. Let your eyes drift over the hills covered in purple haze and let your thoughts drift away slowly into the vastness of the mountains.

 

Deets

Where: Munnar, Kerala
Best time to visit: Between August 2018 t- October 2018

 

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Yashasvi Shaktawat
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