Have you wondered how nice it would be to sit inside a houseboat and watch the rains? Have you imagined yourself waking up to the pitter-patter of raindropss? How nice it would be to sip some steaming coffee and enjoy that cool weather! Yes, Kerala is all about beauty and the monsoons are here to make it even more beautiful!
Monsoon Tourism is a concept that is picking up in Wayanad, one of the best tourist destinations in Kerala. To experience the real feel of monsoons in Kerala, Wayanad is a great choice. You're sure to return again, once you've been here!
Let's take a look at some of the best places to visit here in monsoon.
Wayanad is one of the places in Kerala that you will never get bored of. Each visit to the place would be memorable, as the weather here is just apt for an enjoyable holiday trip.
Apart from the stunning weather, there are some places that are not to be missed here. The heart-shaped lake that you see is on Chembra Peak, which is one of the best attractions in Wayanad.
Banasura Sagar Dam
Watching the heavy clouds that almost touch the mountains and enjoying the scenic beauty of God's Own Country is an experience beyond words. Take a boat ride here watching the soft ripples that disappear and the greenery that's all around!
Pookot Lake is one of the most visited tourist spots in Wayanad. Enjoy a boat ride, visit the aquarium and lose yourself in the hypnotising beauty of the place!
How better can it get that visit waterfalls in monsoon season?! Don't miss Meenmutty Falls here, and get awed by the scenic surroundings as you explore more of Wayanad.
Here's one more waterfalls to grab your attention! Soochipara Falls is not to be missed on your trip. The waterfall that gushes down with a roar is a sight to marvel.
Visit Edakkal Caves, which is perhaps a favourite spot in Wayanad for many who have visited here. The steep stepped trek trail leads you to the caves which is around 1200 metres above sea level. Here's some more details on these caves!
Karapuzha Dam enjoys the tag of being the biggest earth dam in India. Located around 16 km from Kalpetta, it is a must-visit too. The sight of lakes, birds and mountains will surely be a wonderful experience to cherish.
Here's something for the adventure lover in you. Kanthapara waterfalls is located amidst lush greenery, and is a great place for trekking. However, it is advised not to get on a trekking expedition when it rains. Stay safe and enjoy the best of Wayanad!