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Not quite sure how to plan out your Wayanad trip? Check out our suggested plans that will help you hit your favourite destinations, depending on your interests.

HISTORY (1 DAY)

EDAKKAL CAVES

10 AM

Ancient rock cave shelter with engravings from 6000BC, involves mild trekking (about 330 steps and few rocks on your way up).

26kms (from KLP), 43kms (from MNDY), 14kms (from SB)

EDAKKAL CAVES

Located at about 1200 ft above the sea level, the Edakkal Caves are among the oldest human settlements ever discovered.  Inside the caves are pictorial drawings and engravings that indicate

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WAYANAD HERITAGE MUSEUM

1pm

Artifacts, Theatre (15 min Documentary on Wayanad)

5kms from Edakkal Caves

WAYANAD HERITAGE MUSEUM

The Heritage Museum at Ambalavayal houses one of the richest collections of historic artifacts in Wayanad. The museum is one of the best and most well maintained in Kerala, with exhibits that were

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JAIN TEMPLE, SULTHAN BATHERY

3pm

800 year old temple

10kms from Wayanad Heritage Museum

JAIN TEMPLE, SULTHAN BATHERY

The Jain Temple in Sulthan Bathery, built in the 13th century is one of the most important Jain temples in Kerala. The architecture here was heavily influenced by the style of the then ruling

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PAZHASSI RAJA MEMORIAL

3pm

Pazhassi Raja Statue, Library

35kms from Jain Temple (Sulthan Bethery)

PAZHASSI RAJA MEMORIAL

The Pazhassi Raja Memorial at Mavilamthodu is located at the spot where the Lion of Kerala ultimately met his demise.  It has an 11 meter statue of Pazhassi Raja, constructed in memory of his

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PAZHASSI RAJA TOMB

4pm

Pazhassi Raja Tomb and Museum

33kms from Pazhassi Raja Memorial

Pazhassi Raja Tomb closes at 5pm, so choose between Memorial and Tomb as you progress during the day

PAZHASSI RAJA TOMB

The Pazhassi Raja tomb was built in memory of Kerala Varma Pazhassi Raja, known as the Lion of Kerala. The tomb was constructed in the place where his body was cremated, and is situated in

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