Feel the Nature as it is...
Places to Visit
Soojipara Falls
  These waterfalls are an endless natural splendour amidst dark and deep woods
Meenmutty Water Fall
  12 kms. east of Meppadi. Water falls to a depth of more than 500m. in 3 steps.Trekking equipments are available
Chembra peak
  Trekking to the Chembra peak is one of the risky tourist endeavours. Chembra peak is the highest peak in Wayanad at 2100m. above mean sea level. It is14 kms. west of Kalpetta. Trekking to the top of this peak takes almost a day.
  Pakshipathalam in Bramha Giri hills at Thirunelly is a challenging tourist spot. It is 7 kms. north-east of Thirunelly temple and is situated 1740m. above mean sea level. To reach 'Pakshipathalam', 17 kms. have to be covered through wild forest.
Kanthan Para Water Fall
  a beautiful water fall of about 30m. in height, 8 km east of Meppadi and 12 kms. south-east of Kalpetta.
Kuruva Dweep
  950 acres of evergreen forest surrounded by east flowing river, Kabani. Rare species of birds, orchids and herbs are sovereigns of this supernatural kingdom. It is 17kms. east of Mananthavady and 45 kms. north-west of Sulthan Bathery.
Banasura Dam
  The largest earth dam in India, 15 kms north-west of Kalpetta. This large expanse of water bounded except on one side with magnificant hills has heavenly charm.
Edakkal Caves
  The Edakkal Caves are at Ambukutty Mala. It is a pre-historic rock shelter formed naturally out of a strange disposition of three huge boulders making one to rest on the other two with its bottom jutting out in between and serving as the roof. Edakkal literally means a stone in between.
Jain Temples at Panamaram
  These ruined Jain Temples are situated within 5 kms. North-east of Panamaram.
Muthanga Wild Life Sanctuary
  Muthanga, Which is 16 kms. east of Sulthan Bathery, is located very near to the Karnadaka border. Wild forests covering an area of 345 sq.kms form the Muthanga wild life sanctuary; the biggest abode of wild animals in Malabar.
Pookot Lake
  It is a natural fresh water lake, brimmed with ever green mountains. The weather here is salacious; the scenic beauty, hypnotising and the nature, unspoiled.
Thirunelly Temple
  It is known as 'Thekkan Kasi', of Kerala. It is believed, that a dip in the river Papanasini, running crystal clear down hill, wipes one off all sins. Thirunelly is 30 kms. north-east of Manathavady.
Valliyoorkav Temple
  It is 3 kms. east of Mananthavady. The 10 day festival during the month of March-April is very famous.
Puliyar Mala Jain Temple
  It is 5 kms noth of Kalpetta. This temple is devoted for Anantha natha Swami, one of the saints of Jaina faith.
Pallikunnu Church
  It is 12 kms. north of Kalpetta. The famous festival is in the month of January.
Varambetta Mosque
  It is the oldest mosque in Wayanad (300 years old), situated 15 kms. south-east of Kalpetta, near Padinjarathara.
Major Festival Calendar in Wayanad
Valliyurkavu Temple March 14th - 28th
Thirunelly Temple Karkidaka Vavu in August
Seethadevi Temple, Pulpally January first week
Pallikkunnu Church February 2nd week
Nadavayal St. Thomas Church January 1st week
Varambatta Mosque March last week
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Tourist Attraction
Wayanad [also spelled as Wynad, Wayanadu, Wyanad, Vayanad, Vayandu, Vynad etc.] is one of the districts in Kerala that have been able to retain its pristine nature.
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