Apart from all the above-mentioned places, there are many other points of interest in Wayanad that will keep your attention occupied throughout your time. Later, if you wish, you can extend your route to 2 or 3 days to visit the tourist places.

Sights and places to visit include Kanthanpara Waterfalls, Karapuzha Dam, Pazhassi Raja’s Tomb, Bamboo Forest, Sulthan Bath, Ghost Rock, Seetha Devi Temple, Thrissilery Shiva Temple, Varambetta Mosque, Koottamundu Glass Temple, Pallikunnu E3, Kalpetta Theme Park and many more More.

You can enjoy Poopoli Flowers in Wayanad during your stay in January. It is considered to be the largest flower of Kerala, displaying a variety of flowers that you have never seen in your life.

The picturesque Wayanad district, which graces the rolling hills of northern Kerala, is managed by the District Tourism Promotion Council, Wayanad. The region is famous for its numerous camping and hiking trails, breathtaking waterfalls, caves, birdwatching spots, flora and fauna, and many wonderful tourist attractions.

This area has been a popular tourist spot for many years. A variety of exotic products are especially appreciated by people: spices, coffee, tea, bamboo products, honey, and herbal plants. Kanthanpara Falls is a popular spot in Wayanad that attracts tourists from all over the world. Wayanad offers breathtaking beauties besides these magnificent waterfalls such as Kalapuzha Dam, Pookode  Lake, and Kallad Lake. If you’re looking for an adventure, Chengari Rock Adventure Center is a must-visit place.

Another must-see place in Wayanad is  Edakkal Caves. The cave is two natural rock formations believed to have been created by a large gap in a huge rock. The carvings inside are very beautiful.  We all need an absolute stress reliever to cope with daily life. From tranquil hills to lush green mountains, lush greenery, mesmerizing waterfalls, and comfortable surroundings, there is nothing better than enjoying a vacation in a hill station that has it all.

It would help if you went somewhere where you could be yourself. A place where you can get rid of all your worries. A place that gives you peace of mind. A place where you can spend quiet time in nature. A place with breathing air. A place where you can see nature. It’s nothing but a small paradise.

Why not consider Wayanad as your next holiday destination? with its evergreen landscapes and wonderful weather. Offering unparalleled tranquility with a magical atmosphere and picturesque landscapes that not only satisfy your emotional and physical state, but also countless opportunities for adventure junkies to test their hidden adventure skills. Offers.

Ideal for solo travelers, honeymooners, and families with children, this small hamlet offers breathtaking natural beauty. While you can do the most common activities in Wayanad at any time, there are a few places that are sure to captivate you no matter what time of year you visit. These are:

01. Meenmati Falls

For those who like to limit their natural boundaries, Meenmuthi Waterfall is the perfect place to visit. It is one of the best waterfalls in Kerala and offers an amazing experience to people of all ages.

Surrounded by lush forests, this three-tiered waterfall cascades from a height of 300 feet, offering stunning views to visitors. To reach the waterfall, you have to trek almost 2 km through deep jungle and the adventure is an experience in itself.

You can also take photos and get some great shots of Mother Nature. Please avoid visiting during the rainy season as the waterfall is very dangerous due to the strong current.

Entrance fees: 30 rupees per adult, 15 rupees per child, 60 rupees per foreigner, 75 rupees per camera.

Business hours: Anytime from 9 am to 5:30 pm

Exploration time: 2-3 hours

Best time to travel: October to May

02. Chembra Summit

Chembura Peak, the highest peak in the Wayanad range, enchants nature lovers with its majestic beauty as it enjoys spectacular views of  Wayanad, Nilgiri, Malappuram, and Kozhikode districts from a height of 2100 meters above sea level. It’s a great option for a weekend getaway with a fulfilling half-day trip for locals and tourists, and can also be visited by adventure enthusiasts who want to make the most of their adventure.

Experience a trek up the lush landscape of Chembura Peak and see what’s in store for you up there. Along the way, you’ll encounter several small waterfalls,  lush greenery, a variety of flora and fauna, and a heart-shaped lake that is believed to never dry up regardless of the season. However, to experience all this, you must first get written permission from the forest department in Meppadi.

Participation Fee: The participation fee is 20 INR  per person for Indians and 30 INR  per person for foreigners. The trekking fee is 750 INR  for a group of 10 Indians and 1,500 INR  for a group of 5 foreigners.

Business hours: Anytime from 7 am to 5 pm

Exploration time: 3-4 hours

The best time to travel: is September to March

 

 03. Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary

Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is a nature lover’s paradise and should be on the top of your list when exploring Wayanad’s famous tourist spots.

Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, also known as Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary, is a rare natural habitat home to a wide variety of animals. These include tigers, elephants, langurs, Indian bison, leopards, jungle cats, wild dogs, deer, etc. Here you can see eye candy plants and endangered species of birds, butterflies, and insects.

Nestled in the enchanting Western Ghats, Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary has countless things to keep you busy during your stay.

 Depending on your interests, you can take part in elephant rides, bird-watching tours, nature trails, jeep safaris, and more. Entrance fee: 10 rupees per adult, 5 rupees per child under 12 years, 100 rupees per foreigner.

 If you have a photo or video camera, you will have to pay an additional fee.

Business hours: Anytime from 7 am to 5 pmExploration time: 2-3 hours

The best time to travel: is October to February

 

04. Edakkal

Cave Visit Edakkal Caves to step back in time and take a peek into the Stone Age. Located in the Ambukuti Hills at an altitude of 1200 meters, Edakkal Caves is considered to be the most popular tourist destination in Wayanad.

 It features prehistoric inscriptions and wall carvings from Neolithic settlements. Because of its archaeological importance, it attracts many history buffs from all over the world every year. Inside the cave, you can see different styles of human and animal figures and different items used by the people. He also has two naturally occurring chambers, called the upper chamber and lower chamber, respectively.

The upper chamber is 96 feet long and 22 feet wide, and the lower chamber is 18 feet long and 12 feet wide. Due to the high altitude, it takes about 90 minutes to enter the cave, and then another 45 minutes of hiking to reach the mouth.

Once inside the cave, you’ll be amazed by rock carvings that are thought to be over 8,000 years old.

Entrance fee: 20 INR per adult, 40 INR per foreigner

Business hours: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily

 Exploration time: 2-3 hours Best time to travel: November to March

 

 05. Banasura Sagar Dam 

Banasura Sagar Dam is widely known as the largest earthen dam in India and the second largest in Asia. It is a paradise for nature lovers and welcomes people from all walks of life to spend time among the lush vegetation.

You can click thousands of pictures with the perfect backdrop of gushing waterfalls, majestic hills, and diverse flora and fauna. Boating on the lake is a popular activity among adventure seekers, and you can also try your hand at horseback riding, camel riding, and trekking to make the most of your visit.

 You can also stay at Banasura Hill Resort and spend a day or two enjoying the unparalleled beauty of nature.

In addition to accommodation, the resort offers a world-class restaurant and spa center to soothe the mind and soothe the soul with a variety of massage treatments.

Entrance fee: 10 rupees per person

Business Hours: Available anytime from 9 am to 5 pm. Exploration time: 2 hours Best time to travel: September to March

 06. Suchipara Falls

Another tourist spot worth exploring on your Wayanad tour is Suchipara Waterfall. Located 35 km from the city center, Suchipara Falls or Sentinel Rock Falls enchants everyone with its unmissable charm. The lush natural beauty and the wonderful atmosphere surrounded by evergreen forests will soothe even the most tired nerves.

The crystal clear water of Suchipara Falls is perfect for rock climbing and flows into the Charyar River. Create a pool where you can sit, relax, soak your feet, and relax for hours.

You can also trek and hike here, making your vacation an unforgettable experience. what else? The drive from Meppadi to this waterfall is scenic and offers views of some of the best tea plantations in Wayanad.

Entrance Fee: There is no entry fee to Suchipara Falls in Wayanad.

Hours of Operation: We are open all day, but our ideal hours are from 9 am to 5 pm.

 Exploration time: 1-2 hours Best time to visit: Monsoon season