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Muniyara Dolmens, Munnar

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  • Muniyara Dolmens is a point from which the view of the western ghat range is at its best. a must visit on a clear day  more »
  • We visited this place during November. It wasn't a crowded tourist spot. Hence could spend some time on that fine evening enjoying the scenery and discussing about how our ancestors created Muniyaras....  more »
  • This place can be visited once. Distance is very long. Amazing scenery and nice photographic place. Worthy visit.  more »
  • This place is called Anakkottappara park. Here you can explore ancient burial point called Dolmens. It is 3000 To 9000 Years old. This is one of the must watch place in marayoor. View from this rocky hill is excellent.
  • Muniyara Cave - The dwelling caves of ancient tribal located at 1 km away from Marayoor on the way to Kanthalloor. These caves have been made of huge rocky planks or slabs. These were holy caves where the ancient sages used to meditate. The sight of the cave really a wonder. Visitors can also find a temple on the bank of Pambar which has been created in a single rock
  • simply Brilliant nature beauty with amazing sceneres .best spot for nature lovers. breathtaking view of surrounded mountains is a great experience
  • I visited there on 17th sep and I found there dolmens protected with fences . I think this place has historical importance .
  • A fascinating destination for anthropologists and archaeologists from all over the world, Muniyara has remnants of Dolmenoid cists belonging to the Megalithic age.