Anarkali Marikar enjoys a superb tenting journey at Yellapetty

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Actor Anarkali Marikar is a self-confessed travel enthusiast who enjoys exploring unique places and their special culture. Anarkali often posts interesting videos from the beautiful places she visits on her Youtube channel. The mesmerizing sunset images from her recent trip to the magnificent scenery of Vattavada have already become a social media favorite.

No matter how busy she is, the actress heads out on a trip whenever she has some free time. Recently, Anarkali shared a video “from a beautiful campsite in Yellapetty, Munnar” on her Instagram page.

Yellapetty is a dazzling hamlet renowned for its incredible natural beauty, situated on the Tamil Nadu border. The fabulous tea plantations drape a glorious green over the hillsides. Yellapetty is approximately thirty-five kilometers from Munnar hill station. On the way to Yellapetty you can also admire the majestic Mattupetty and Kundala dams.

Like Vattavada, Yellapetty is an agricultural hamlet. The large parts of the organic vegetable garden are the highlight of the landscape. In addition, this is the perfect place to enjoy the sparkling beauty of the sunsets on calm evenings. Camping facilities will be set up for the tourists who come here to enjoy the unique sights of Yellapetty. A stay on the mountains gives you a unique opportunity to enjoy the twinkling stars at night. Yellapetty is home to diverse species of flora and fauna, making it a desirable destination for nature lovers. In addition, there are many magnificent places here that provide amazing backgrounds for photos.

The exciting trek through the mountain slopes to the east would take you to the tented camp at Yellapetty. There is a signpost at the entrance to Devikulam Forest Division. The trekking starts from the mountain trail leading to the lush tea plantations on one side and the pristine forests on the other. The winter season of November, December and January is the best time to visit Yellapetty. Yellapetty’s dewy savannahs in winter are truly a sight to behold!