Wayanad Tourism

The god’s own country Kerala is filled with natural abundance and beauty but if you are to visit the heart of that region take a trip through the district of Wayanad. It is one of the newer districts in Kerala that formed bordering Karnataka to the north east & Tamil Nadu to the south east. The elevated topography of the region is due to the presence of the exotic Western Ghats that makes Wayanad one of the greatest tourist magnets in Kerala Tourism. The scenic beauty of the range, the lakes, the waterfall, the architectural remains of the past, the forest covers, the tribal community of the hills, the grand religious sanctuaries, and the bustling municipalities give Wayanad the essence of completeness.

Visiting Wayanad district is way to experience everything. The religious & historical tour covers the abode of Lord Mahavishnu – Thirunelli Temple by the Brahmagiri Hills, the Edakkal Caves on Ambukuthi Mala, the Dravidian styled Jain Temple of Puliyarmala, Wayanad Heritage Museum and the ancient stone shrine of Kayakkun. The natural tour covers the Bandipur National Park, the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, the Meenmutty & Soochipara Falls, the Bansura Dam, the Pookot Lake and the Chembra Peak. Other places to visit are the cities of Kalpetta, Sulthan Bathery and Manathavady.

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Travel Guide Edakkal caves Wayanad Kerala
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Edakkal Caves

The Edakkal caves is wonderful natural formation and beautiful arts on the rocks, located in the Wayanad district of Kerala state. Edakkal Caves is a historical place that indicating the presence of a prehistoric civilization or settlement in this region before 5000 BC.

Travel Guide Meenmutty Falls
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Meenmutty Falls

It is a wonderful opportunity to witness water crashing from 1000 feet above onto the ground, at three different tiers where the whole surrounding is enveloped in rainforest and greenery.

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