Ragamaya, a boutique resort in Munnar opens to a spellbinding view of the Ponmudi lake and the thick virgin rain forests beyond. Enter the luxury cottage and you will find yourself in the front row seats of a symphony of sheer beauty, bliss and bird calls.This ever changing picturesque vista with an unbelievable palette of colors seems almost God sent.
This most famous boutique resort in Munnar, is a fine blend of modern and traditional Kerala architecture. It consists of 18 well-appointed Raga Premier luxury resorts with amazing lake-views and three centuries old traditional 'nera' houses or wooden Kerala cottages, painstakingly restored and reassembled with classical vintage furniture and decor. They are, Aranya Maya, the family pool resort comprising 2 guest rooms, with a plantation view, Aranya Leela, the honeymoon resort with a lake-view and Spandini, the Ayurvedic spa, where traditional massage therapies will surely rejuvenate your weary soul. Finally, the aesthetic landscaping, perfectly enhances its harmony with nature, accentuating the glorious ambience and grandeur of Ragamaya Resorts.
Come to Ragamaya perhaps the top-rated resort in Munnar, 'Heaven on Earth' and experience uber luxury and best in class facilities, tucked away in natures verdant lap, away from the hustle and bustle of the crowds of a typical hill station.
Munnar. Located around 5,600 ft above sea level, in the Western Ghats, Munnar is more than a hill-station. It′s sheer soul-filling magic. Here, nature unveils its spellbinding bosom in an ensemble of hills, vales and a flourish of colours and fragrance. Yonder mist-clad hills adorned with glittering brooks. Breathtaking expanse of valleys where wind, sunshine and flying shadows weave an enchanting spell, beckoning you to dissolve into the charm. The sculptured greenery of tea estates. Tiny hill-side cottages that timidly peek out from under the swaying lush green canopy. Cool breeze that laces the air... The more you relish, the more you′d yearn for the experience.
Getting its name from being the high altitude station of the Kundala Valley Railway, Top Station offers you breath-taking view of Munnar hills and the Theni Valley which lies beyond. Peek hard to get the valley view through the thick, floating cotton clouds. Remain awe-struck at the magnificence of nature.
Situated en-route to the Top Station, the Echo Point is a tiny lake surrounded by verdant hills. Every loud call made from this spot echoes back manifold. The Echo Point is a favourite spot for young tourists.
Home to the endangered tiger, nigiritahr , lion-tailed macaque, atlas moth (the world's largest) and a variety of rare flora and fauna, Eravikulam National Park is a must-see world of wonder. Spread over nearly a hundred square kilometers in the Rajamalai hills, Eravikulam National Park is a favourite destination for tourists. Aanamudi, the highest peak south of the Himalayas, towers over the Park in all its majestic glory.
Kundala Lake is ensconced in a scenic valley, surrounded by lush green woods and hills. This is just the place to stroll around, in solitude. Or row into the expanse of the lake, savouring the natural beauty around. Whatever be your choice, you're bound to enjoy to your heart's fill.
Celebrated as the only place in Kerala where precious sandalwood trees grow naturally, Marayur is a must-see spot for a traveler who roams the Munnar ghats. Marayur's pull doesn't just stop with sandalwood trees. The forest also homes the relics of the Stone Age era, where you can spot caves decorated with ancient murals.
Mattuppetti (Village of cattle, In Tamil) is a place where migrant Tamil used to raise cattle. The place is famous for its dam and the Indo-Swiss dairy project. It's the ideal destination to spend the day, especially if children are around. The dam has facilities for boat rides.
For the traveler who yearns for a tantalizing feast for the senses, Munnar is sheer heaven, unveiled. Nature, in gay abandon, bares her bewitching beauty. So much so that, like a charmed, honey-fed bee which can't resist the heady embrace of the flower, you'd give anything to remain here, forever.
There is more to the amazing beauty which nature spreads before you in this high range haven. For, Munnar is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna. The wild life reserve forests in and around Munnar abound with some of the rare and endangered species like Nilgiri Thar, Grizzled Giant Squirrel, Nilgiri Wood Pigeon, Tiger, Lion tailed Macaque, Sambar, Elephants, Gaur and the like. That's not all. Neelakurinji, a plant which blossoms only once in 12 years, is a major tourist puller, when it spreads its blazing, spell-binding blue garb over the hills and valleys. Rare species of birds like Malabar gray hornbills, Ceylon frogmouths, parakeets, rose-billed rollers and woodpeckers are spotted in huge numbers in the forests of Munnar.
Like any place in Kerala, Munnar has a vibrant village life. Munnar villages are marked by unspoilt natural beauty. Cute little cottages perched on picturesque valleys, estate bungalows that exude the grandeur of the colonial era, junctions dotted by small shops and restaurants, the long line of tea leaf pluckers crawling up and down the undulating plantations, busy village markets, the aroma of freshly brewed tea from wayside tea stalls, warm friendly people and a culture that is a blend of Kerala and Tamil traditions make Munnar uniquely different.
We realise how difficult it is for you to leave your pets behind at home when you travel. Your pets are more than welcome to stay with you at Ragamaya though we insist on a few conditions