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The Alluring Wayanad in Kerala

By Akshatha

Wayanad which was carved out of Kozhikode and Kannur is a beauty in Kerala. It's proximity to some of the main places of South India: Bangalore (265km), Mysore (122km), Kozhikode (90km) and Ooty (113km) makes it one of the easily accessible destinations.

Wayanad is blessed with natural beauty and has a number of places to visit here. A weekend trip is enough to explore a few important places in this district. It is one of the prominent destinations under Kerala tourism and the one which gets many tourists year-round. Mountains, forests, waterfalls, resorts, etc. defines its charm and rich natural heritage.

A tour around Wayanad district is sure to be a rejuvenating experience, as most of its natural heritage is well preserved. One can also go trekking, nature walks, visit Ayurvedic centres, explore tribal villages and so on.

Let us take a scenic tour around the enchanting places of Wayanad!

Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary
  

Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary

Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary along with Mudumalai (Tamil Nadu), Nagarhole and Bandipur (Karnataka) forms the part of Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve.
Photo Courtesy: Kerala Tourism

Kuruvadweep
  

Kuruvadweep

Kuruvadweep is a group of islets situated in the River Kabini.The rafts and boats operated by Kerala Tourism Department will give a ride around this ecosystem.
Photo Courtesy: Vinayaraj

Chembra Peak
  

Chembra Peak

Chembra Peak is the highest peak which is part of the Western Ghats in Wayanad. It is situated near the town of Kalpetta.
Photo Courtesy: Aneesh Jose

Pookode Lake
  

Pookode Lake

Pookode Lake which is in the shape of India's map, is a natural fresh water lake. It is around 15km from Kalpetta in Wayanad.
Photo Courtesy: Samadolfo

Thirunelli Temple
  

Thirunelli Temple

Thirunelli Temple is an ancient temple situated in Brahmagiri hill. The forests, panchatheertham (temple pond) and the ruins of old villages can be found here.
Photo Courtesy: Shinekarthikeyan

Edakkal Caves
  

Edakkal Caves

Edakkal Caves are situated at a distance of 26km from Kalpetta in Wayanad. Exloring these caves and the stone age carvings is interesting.
Photo Courtesy: നിരക്ഷരൻ.

Meenmutty Falls
  

Meenmutty Falls

Meenmutty is translated as 'where fish are blocked', is a popular waterfalls in Wayanad.
Photo Courtesy: Anantharamvanchiprakash

Banasura Sagar Dam
  

Banasura Sagar Dam

Banasura Sagar Dam is constructed on Karamanathodu River, a tributary of River Kabini. It is one of the scenic spots under Wayanad tourism.
Photo Courtesy: Samadolfo

Soochipara Falls
  

Soochipara Falls

Soochipara Falls is also called as Sentinel Rock Waterfalls. It is located at a distance of 22km from Kalpetta.
Photo Courtesy: Yjenith

Sultan Bathery
  

Sultan Bathery

Sultan Bathery was earlier called as Sultan Battery is a town in Wayanad. It has long history and is famous the Jain Temple.
Photo Courtesy: Jishacj

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