Wayanad Travel

Profoundly blessed with fascinating waterfalls, caves, resorts and home-stays, Wayanad is renowned for its beautiful ranches and natural life. Situated on the fringe of Tamil Nadu and Kerala, the entire area is totally green with natural life incorporating Tholpetty in the North, Muthanga in the east circumscribing with Tamil Nadu, Kalpetta in the south, Mananthvadi in the north-west and Sultan Bathery (Sultan Battery) in the east.


Blessed some interesting attractions, the place is among popular tourist destinations. Wayanad Adventure Camp is an adventure sports location lying on the shores of the charming Karlad Lake. This camp offers a great variety of fun activities including, Kayaking, rock climbing, paintball, archery, boating and land zorbing. It also has the longest zip-line across a lake in South India.

Kuruva Islands or the Kuruva Dweep is another popular destination among tourists. Famed for its calm and serene surroundings, Kuruva Islands houses a vast array of rare flora and fauna. The island has bamboo walkways and bridges to help traverse through the jungle and the streams during the rainy season. The dense forests provide shelter for butterflies and birds, making it the ideal spot for bird watchers. The bamboo benches placed along the jungle tracks are a respite for tired legs.

Another must visit attraction here is the Priyadarshini Tea Environs, which is a tea estate, tea factory, tea museum, forest reserve and tourist resort, all in one. An ideal location for casual vacation, Priyadarshini is fully manned by the tribal youth selected from the community and trained in community tourism. Apart from its natural appeal, Priyadarshini offers activities like trekking, camping, and mountain biking and nature walks.

Another popular attraction of Wayanad is the Edakkal Caves. The Edakkal Caves are among the oldest human settlements ever discovered. Inside the caves are pictorial drawings and engravings that indicate the presence of ancient human settlements in the region. The name Edakkal itself means “a stone in between”. Ever since their discovery in 1895, the caves have been a source of awe and wonder for tourists and historians alike.

Best time to Visit Wayanad
The best season or time to visit Wayanad is from October to May. This is a good time for sightseeing, wildlife tours, trekking and other outdoor activities. The rainy season that lasts from June to September is a great time for nature lovers as Wayanad covers itself with greenery. Summers from March to May are hot yet lovely with the cool wind from the close-by timberland zone. The highest temperature comes up to 36 Degree C.

How to reach Wayanad
By Air - The Karipur international Airport at Kozhikode is the only airport in Wayanad. The airport has access to international as well as domestic flights. Tourists from Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai can easily reach Wayanad.
By Rail – The nearest railway station to Wayanad is the Kozhikode Railway Station. Well connected train services are offered to Trivandrum, Kochi, Chennai and Bangaluru.
By Road – Wayanad has a good network of KSRTC buses to the nearby cities. There are super fast buses running between Wayanad and Bangaluru, Trivandrum, Mangalore and Kochi.


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