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Muniyaras Caves

Kanthalloor Road | 1 Km from Marayoor, Marayur, India
+91 96000 17031
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A bald mountain with so much history

A rocky terrain with 6000-10000 years old stone caves that show where people lived and where they... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Rahul S
Just Historical

This is not basicaly Muniyara, This is houses which is used by tribals to escape from elephant... read more

Reviewed 2 January 2018
dscochin
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Kochi, Kerala, India
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Kanthalloor Road | 1 Km from Marayoor, Marayur, India
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+91 96000 17031
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A rocky terrain with 6000-10000 years old stone caves that show where people lived and where they were buried.

Thank Rahul S
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Reviewed 2 January 2018

This is not basicaly Muniyara, This is houses which is used by tribals to escape from elephant attacks.

Thank dscochin
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Reviewed 7 December 2017

historic human inhabitaion at its original way,but not well preserved,top of the hill,and good for history lovers.

Thank Sajan E
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Reviewed 6 July 2017

A visit to this place enlightens one as to how our ancestors lived 5000 years ago. It is truly beautiful to see these primitive structures have stood the test of time and are available to us to witness our own history. Best time to visit...More

1  Thank SarathMJ
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Reviewed 10 March 2017

this is on the way to kanthalloor sitting on top of mountain which offers nice views. there is a small ticket to enter. its better to visit morning or afternoon.

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Reviewed 11 February 2017 via mobile

Steeped in stone age habitation culture. Life of neolithic humans inhabiting this land becomes vivid and helps understand what the environment might have been like.

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Reviewed 6 February 2017

Muniyara caves are nothing but the dolmens(tombs with a chair like structure) and they are Good in number here. Approximately they date back to 3000 years old. People were buried here and i wonder how they used to carry them up at such a great...More

2  Thank AnksSurana
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Reviewed 9 December 2016

These caves or houses have been used by the Rishis of the ancient India and these are around 3000-5000 year old caves (as told by the locals). You can see that how our ancestors build the places with huge rocks in that era, I don't...More

Thank Rahul D
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Reviewed 3 April 2016

It is near Marayoor. Best time is evening evening before sun set.You may club it with visit to Kanthlloor.

Thank Sibi P
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Reviewed 16 February 2016

Marayoor is almost 40 km from Munnar. Famous for sandal wood forest.Muniyaras are burial chambers and many can be spotted in the huge rock on the way to Kanthalloor.Kerala tourism or archaeological department has not paid any attention for proper maintenance of these.It is high...More

Thank greensward
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