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Edakkal Caves: (22 kms) Most interesting trek up Ambukuthy Hill near Ambalavayal town takes you to the world famous Neolothic pictorial writings on the rock walls tell the pre-historic heritage of Wayanad.


Banasura Sagar: (Approx.60 kms form Cheeral) India’s longest earth dam. The islands in the backdrop of Banasura  hills offer a spectacular green beauty.


Kuruva Islands:  (45 kms) This 950 acre, uninhabited islands on the Kabani river is an ideal picnic spot.


Lakkidi –Ghat road view point: (52 kms) The gateway to wayanad , Lakkidi is situated 700 m above sea level, at the crest of Thamarassery Ghat Pass.

  Meenmutty Waterfalls: (38 kms)This is the biggest water fall in Wayanad with falls from about 100 mtrs above.

Pookode Lake: (50 kms) A perennial fresh water lake in Vythiri nestles among wooded hills.


Pakshipathalam: (88 kms) Accessible only by foot, rare spcies of birds, animals and distinctive species of plants can be sighted here. (prior permission from forest dept. required)


Chembra Peak: (52 kms)At 2100 m  above sea level, Chembra is the tallest peak in Wayanad and is an ideal area for trekking.(prior permission from forest dept required)


Pallikunnu Church: (48 kms) This Church is a well-known  pilgrim center of Wayanad.


Valliyoorkavu Festival starts on the 1st of `meenum' and ends by 14th of Meenum

Valliyoorkavu temple and the Valliyoorkavu festival hold an important role in the history of the Wayanad. The temple is situated 3 kilometers away from Mananthavady, on the way to Koileri-Panamaram route. The temple is situated near the bank of the river Kabani. The vast green ground on either side of the main road nearby the temple and the Kabani river adds to the exotic beauty of the location, and is the perfect stage for the big festival of Wayanad.


Korome Mosque: (75 kms) Constructed in the traditional Kerala style, this 300-year-old mosque is noted for its extensive wood carvings.


Thirunelly Temple: (80 kms) A famous pilgrim center, attracts hordes of devotees especially for performing ancestral rites at near by papanasini.

Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary: (20 kms) Rich in  bio-diversity, the sanctuary is an integral part of  the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve.Wildlife safari available (Permission required- Phone :

Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary: (76 kms) This sanctuary has wide variety of animals. Wild life safari available (Permission required from Forest Dept.
 tel: 04935-250853)


Important tourism spots in Wayanad

Wayanad, one of the most beautiful tourist destination of Kerala, is situated  700 to 2100 meters above from sea level surrounded on the East by the Nlgiris of  Tamil Nadu and Mysore  District in Karnataka respectively. Interwoven with a breathtaking  array of diverse landscapes, the rugged, virgin terrain of Wayanad captures all that is wild and wonderful. 

Wayanad is a place with pleasant climate, similar to that of Ooty with temperature ranging from 15 c to 30 c. The green hills and valleys with invigorating cool breeze, mist covered mountains, mysterious mountain caves, magnificent waterfalls and exotic jungle trails entices travelers with its hidden treasures.


Other attractions in Wayanad:

Seetha Lav Kush Temple Pulpally (35 kms from cheeral)

chembra peak (45 kms)

Sunrise valley at Kadasseri (30 kms)

Karapuzha  Dam
(28 kms)

Kanthampara Waterfalls (33 kms)

Soochipara Water falls
(53 kms)

Pazhassi Tomb and Park (55kms)

Neelimala view point (36 kms)

Phantom Rock (22 kms)

Valliyoorkavu Temple (58 kms)

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