Kundala Lake offers a plethora of natural gems to wanderlust tourists who are ready to go the extra mile for satisfying their nomadic drives. Located at an altitude of 1700 metres from sea level Kundala Lake is a must stopover en route Munnar. Rolling tea plantations on the slopes of the Nilgiris under the canopy of the blue sky above with mild aroma of fresh tea leaves will make your holiday experiences richer than ever.
One of the major attractions of Kundala Lake is the historical dam which shares its name with the lake. Riding through the tranquil waters of Kundala Lake on a Shikara boat in the midst of eternal greenery is something many honeymooners will yearn for. Kundala is paradise of flowers. With the host of Cherry Blossoms flowers that bloom only twice a year, the surrounding area takes on a postcard perfect look. The place is also the homeland of the world famous Neelakurinji flower which blooms only once in twelve years.
If you are lucky you can witness the rare natural phenomenon of the Nilgiris being swathed in a brilliant indigo hue when the flowers bloom in its slopes. The Sethu Parvathi Dam and the Golf Course are the nearby sites of attractions in this place. There are various hotels from deluxe to budget where amenities for a comfortable stay is available. Being close to Munnar, the place has smooth transportation by road and rail networks with other parts of Kerala.