Dream Land: A cocktail of charm and frolic in Munnar

Dream Land: A cocktail of charm and frolic in Munnar
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Mountain ranges soaking in the serenity of the Western Ghats, streams that slither down all over them, the frequent drizzles, the chilling blanket of descending clouds… Munnar is blessed with unbound beauty. The drape of Neelakurinji adds to its grace.

Add a dash of adrenaline to the beauty, and visitors of Munnar have an experience of a lifetime. Dream Land does just that - bringing fun and adventure to a fantastic destination. The mix of serenity and adventure brings a festive mood to vacations. Dream Land creates an incredible cocktail of amusement and entertainment.

Dream Land: A cocktail of charm and frolic in Munnar

Dream Land is situated off Kunjithanni Road in Anachal, Munnar. Dream Land was opened in August 2010 to add a thrilling side to an already mesmerising experience for Munnar visitors. A project that started with a spice park and elephant safari has since expanded to include more than 40 fun, adventure rides. The most popular ones are Sky Walk, Rope Way, Belt Swing, Mechanical Bull Ride, Human Slingshot, Burma Bridge and Camel Ride. Off-road Cycling, Horror House, 7D Theatre are for the adrenaline junkie.

Dream Land: A cocktail of charm and frolic in Munnar

Dream Land is open from Monday through Saturday from 9am to 7pm. The parking space here can accommodate 180 vehicles at a time. Dream Land provides families an opportunity to create an adventurous outing to cherish forever.

Special deal for 30 rides

Dream Land: A cocktail of charm and frolic in Munnar

The rides at Dream Land enthral children and adults alike. With Manorama’s ‘Ente Deal’, you can enjoy 30 rides valued at Rs 1,600 for just Rs 800. Get the voucher for a mere Rs 50 from the ‘Ente Deal’ website. Apply in advance for the voucher, which can be used until Febraury 7. For more details, visit the website here.

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