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Karlad Lake

Wayanad Adventure Camp, Karlad Lake is an adventure sports location maintained by the DTPC Wayanad.


Kanthanpara Waterfalls

One of the most beautiful waterfalls in Wayanad and an ideal picnic spot. The 30m waterfall and the picture perfect surroundings make it worth a visit.


Kuruva Island

Kuruva Islands is popular among tourists for its calm and serene surroundings. Spread over 950 acres of land, it takes a minimum of 3 hours to explore this uninhabited island.

Camping,trekking all in one place

Priyadarshini Tea Environs is a tea estate, tea factory, tea museum, forest reserve and tourist resort all rolled into one thrilling package

The Vishwas Point Trek, which takes you to the highest point in Priyadarshini, is a popular trekking route. Camping trips can also be arranged here. Priyadarshini also has a natural pond, amphitheatre and herb gardens. Organic farm produce is available at Priyadarshini’s polyhouses. Tree houses and other accommodation options are also available, along with ethnic delicacies prepared by the friendly natives.


Edakkal Cave

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 the presence of ancient human settlements in the region.


Pookode Lake

The scenic Pookode Lake is a perennial freshwater lake surrounded by green hills and evergreen forests. It lies at an altitude of 770 mts above sea level and is known for its boating trips, exotic birds and blue water lilies. It is also a popular picnic spot and a pleasing retreat for nature lovers.


Heritage Museum

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 sourced almost exclusively from Wayanad. It explores Wayanad’s ancient history and culture, as well as its tribal population and their customs.


Jain Temple

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 Vijayanagara Empire.


Ancient Jain Temple Ruins

The ruined Panamaram temple was an ancient religious center for Jains in Wayanad. Though severely damaged, the temple has some examples of the excellent stone sculpturing tradition prevalent in ancient times.

Wildlife Sanctuaries

Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary is considered to be the second largest wildlife sanctuary in Kerala and bio-geographically one of the richest tracts of peninsular India.

Lying towards the north of the district of Wayanad, this region harbours a rich diversity of flora. Open to wildlife jeep safari twice a day, you are bound to spot various animals and bird species in their natural habitat during the 1.5-2 hour journey. 

Lion King

Built in memory of Kerala Varma Pazhassi Raja. The tomb was constructed in the place where his body was cremated, and is situated in Mananthavady

Pazhassi Raja Memorial at Mavilamthodu is located at the spot where the Lion of Kerala ultimately met his demise

Pazhassi Raja Park is a recreational park located on the banks of the Mananthavady River. Well known for its greenery and flora, this region is surrounded by the panoramic beauty of the mountain ranges



Situated on Ambukuthi Mala, Sulthan Bathery, this peak stands at 4000 feet from sea level and also houses a 1000 year old temple. Ideal for viewing Sun Rise and Sun Sets.



Situated on Ambalavayal, this view point gives a clear view of Karapuzha Dam. Ideal for trekking.



Situated on Meppadi this place is ideal for forest hiking, stream hiking, waterfalls and trekking hill top.


Banasura Sagar

Wayanad is home to India’s largest earthen dam, the Banasura Sagar. The dam, which was constructed in 1979, is built across the Karamanathodu tributary of the Kabani River



One of the most beautiful waterfalls in Wayanad and an ideal picnic spot. The 30m waterfall and the picture perfect surroundings make it worth a visit.

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Regional Agricultural Research Station

Regional Agricultural Research Station located at Ambalavayal conducts agricultural research on paddy, tropical fruits, spices and vegetables. It also has a horticulture division which houses many rare ornamental plants and flowers.


Chembra Peak

Standing at 6730 feet above the sea level, the Chembra Peak is the highest peak in Wayanad, and one of its most sought after trekking spots. It is part of the Wayanad range of the Western Ghats, and is located 8km south of Kalpetta


Soochipara falls

Soochipara falls also known as Sentinel Rock Waterfalls is situated in the Vellarimala of Wayanad. This waterfall is surrounded by evergreen forests and can be reached on foot after a short nature trek.


Meenmutty Waterfalls

Meenmutty Waterfalls located close to the Banasura Sagar Dam is a charming picnic spot that can be reached with a short 1 km trek. The area is also ideal for a quick nature walk.