Wayanad is a paradise where cotton clouds caress lush green mountains creating surreal and romantic sceneries. The destination is home to streams, valleys, mountains, waterfalls, lakes and forests providing everyone to who venture in with a magical experience.
Home to well know places such as Kalpetta, SulthanBathery, Vythiri, Mananthavady and Ambalavayal, Wayanad combines history, wildlife, exotic landscapes and relaxing stays. Kalpetta is home to the tallest peak, in the Wayanad district, Chembra Peak at 2100 meters above sea level. The trek up Chembra Peak makes for what is arguably the best view in Wayanad and can compete with some of the best views in India. In addition to Chembra, Trekking and hiking trails are plenty with many on peaks like Vaduvanchal and Neelimala making Wayanad a must visit for the adventure seeker.
No trip to Kerala would be complete without a visit to one of the many waterfalls in the state. Wayanad is home to a number of waterfalls of various magnitudes, the most popular of which are the Meenmutty and Sentinal rock waterfalls.
In addition to the stunning landscape, the evolution of various religions and kingdoms also silently breathes within the confines of the Wayanad jungles. Jain temples, Varambeta mosque, the Pazhassi tomb, the Edakkal caves etc. are some of the ancient and historical sights located in Wayanad. The tradition and culture of the tribals residing in the area which can be explored in another distinct draw of Wayanad. Other popular landmarks in Wayanad include Kuruva Dweep, a protected river delta, Banasura Sagan Dam, India’s largest earth dam and number of wildlife reserves.