Wayanad Tour Packages
Kerala Tour Packages
Welcome to Wayanad
Wayanad-The sanctuary, covering an area of 345 sq km, consists of two separate pockets Muthanga in the east of the district on the border with the Bandipur and Mudamalai, and Tholpetty in the north on the border with Nagarhole. More>>>
Wayanad Tourist Destinations
Banasura DamIt is located 21 km from Kalpetta. It is the largest earthen dam in India and the second largest in Asia. It is created by Karamanathodu tributary of Kabini River. Its Construction started in 1979, with the necessity to support the Kakkayam Hydro-Electric Project, and to meet the irrigation and livelihood water requirements of the people .
Soochipara WaterfallsIt is Sentinel Rock Waterfalls and is also known locally as Soochipara,It is located at Vellarimala village. exactly as in Meenmutty, here also the water cascades down in steps of 3 from a height of 200m. This is well known picnic spot and trekking area. The Sentinel Rock is ideal for rock climbing
Edakkal CavesThe Edakkal Cave is located at 25 km from Kalpetta.It is a 96 ft long, 22 ft wide and 30ft high cleft formed by the vertical split of a mountain. A gigantic rock of enormous size fell into this crevice, forming a large roof over a large part of it, which gives it the impression of a cave.
Kuruva IslandKuruvadweep is almost 950-acre protected delta on the Kabini River in the Wayanad district of Kerala, India.This island is dense and an evergreen forest which is uninhabited and hence a home to rare kinds of flora and fauna: uncommon species of birds, orchids and herbs namely
Lakkadi HillstationIt is referred to as the ‘Gateway of Wayanad’, Lakkidi is a hill station and a famous tourist attraction in Kerala. This small town is used as a jump off point for exploring the entire Wayanad Tourism. Lakkidi is popular for its mountain peaks, dense forests, beautiful streams and other aquatic features. This area receives the second highest amount of rain in the world.
Pookode LakePookode is a natural fresh water lake nestling evergreen forests and mountain slopes at a height of 2100 meters above sea level and has an area of 13 acre and is 40 meter deep. It is 15 km away from Kalpetta.The lake resembles the shape of Indian map. This perennial fresh water lake, nestled among wooded hills, is only one of its kinds in Kerala.