Munnar, India

Vast tea plantations surround the serene hills of Munnar, which attracts adventurers, eager to fly a paraglider, take a trip to the Anaymudi (the highest mountain in the south of India) and the hiking trip from the confluence of three mountain streams. Poostrennaya by the British in 1910, a stone church of Christ is decorated with the famous stained glass windows, and lies at a distance of about 16 km. Eravikulam National Park (Eravikulam National Park) is home to such colorful representatives of the wild flora and fauna, including the endangered Nilgiri packaging (mountain goat), red mongoose and 120 bird species.