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Top 6 places  to explore in Wayanad for the travelogues inside 

places to explore in Wayanad for the travelogues inside

Top 6 places to explore in Wayanad for the travelogues inside

Wayanad is a district in the North-East of Kerala. The place is popular for its scenic beauty, soothing weather. It is a luscious green paradise known for its beautiful Flora & Fauna. One of the most untouched and natural places. It is a holiday experience that you will never forget—maintained by the District Tourism Promotion Council, Wayland. One of the favorite spots of tourists because of its rich Flora and Fauna. It is also known for majestic caves, breathtaking waterfalls, bird watching sites, and many more. Visitors like exotic products from Waynand. The different spices, coffee, tea, bamboo products are awesome in Wayanad. So get ready pack your bags and explore God’s own country. If you like mountains, forests, lakes then you have come to the right place. Here is the list of some of the places you can visit in Wayanad. Go through the places to explore in Wayanad for the travelogues.

Chembra Peak: 

One of the highest peaks in Wayanad with an altitude of 6,890 ft above sea level. Chembra Peak is the best spot for adventure lovers. Beautiful green mountains & heart shape, foamy white clouds lake. This mountain will make you feel calm and happy at the same time.it is one of the most picturesque and aesthetic trekking places.It is a treat to its visitors. The best month to visit is from September to February.

Chembra Peak

Edakkal Caves:

Edakkal Caves are caves with a lot of history, it is the early form of human habitation which can be seen. If you are a history lover you definitely need to add this place to your bucket list. It is located in a very remote location. These caves are two natural caves. If you are a keen explorer then a small trek to this place is a must-try. November to January is the best time to visit this place

Edakkal Caves

Banasura Sagar Dam: 

Banasura Sagar Dam is a must-visit place in Waynand. It is one of the largest earthen dams in India, blessed with scenic beauty. One of the largest dams in India and 2nd largest dam in Asia. It is located located in Kalpetta, in Wayanad District of Kerala in the Western Ghats. The visitors can even enjoy boating along with the view. The best month to visit is from November to May.

Banasura Sagar Dam

Kuruva Island or Kuruvadweep:

 An island that is around dense forest & located in the middle of Kabini river. An experience you will remember forever. It is densely populated with Flaura &Fauna. And is spread over 950 acres of land. Kuruva is one of the most popular tourist spots both for domestic and foreign tourists. Visitors can see rare species of birds, orchids, and herbs. The island is open for visitors from October to May.

Kuruvadweep

Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary: 

Waynand Wildlife Sanctuary was set up in 1973.One of the most beloved treasures of God’s own country. The sanctuary is known because it is the home of world-renowned Asian Elephants and Tigers. It is rich in biodiversity and shares its border with the protected areas of Nagarhole and Bandipur. It is open throughout the year.

Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary

Soochipara Waterfalls: 

Soochipara Waterfalls

Soochipara Waterfalls are known as Sentinel Rock is located near Kalpetta in Wayanad Waterfalls. It is located inside a dense forest and the water is so pure and white. It’s a natural masterpiece and a dreamy place. It is a three-tiered waterfall. The best season to visit this majestic and beautiful waterfall is the monsoon season.

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