Address: Korome- Karimbil Rd, Thondernad, Kerala 670731, India.
This second largest waterfall in Kerala is situated amid lush green Mepadi forest range and this is a paradise for nature lovers. If you love adventure, enjoy trekking through woodlands to enjoy the breath-taking views of this falls. It falls from the height of 984ft into three levels. Monsoon is the best time to visit this fall.
Address: Mananthavady, Kerala 670645, India.
This is the resting place of Kerala Lion, Sri Pazhassi Raja who was the captain in guerrilla warfare against British East India Company. And this cremation point offers stunning views of valleys, a beautiful aquarium, amazing collections of medicinal plants & shrubs, boating facilities, etc.
Address: Kuruva, Kerala.
This is a must-visit attraction in Wayanadu. It spreads around 950 acres of lush greenery on the side of the Kabini River. This island consists of green forests and you can enjoy nature trails and on the way, you can find beautiful rivers and streams over here. You can find rare species of herbs, trees, birds, etc from here.
Address: Wayanad, Kerala 673592, India.
Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in the border of Kerala and Karnataka where you can spot amazing species of birds and animals in their natural habitat. Elephant safari through forests would be one of the most interesting things that you can enjoy. Popular animals you can spot here are elephants, deer, cheetah, bear, tiger, etc.
Address: Vellarimala, Kerala 673577, India.
This is the one only beautiful waterfall in Wayanadu. Water flows from 300 feet height into a cool pool where you can enjoy swimming, rafting, etc. The waterfall is situated amid a forest where you can enjoy surrounding natural beauty at its maximum and capture some beautiful snaps of waterfall too.
Address: Pookode Lake, Kunnathidavaka, Kerala 673576.
This is a charming freshwater lake in Wayanadu. This is a popular picnic spot in Wayanadu by enjoying the surrounding beauty of green forests. The lake is filled with beautiful blue lotus flowers, and you can enjoy boat ridings, nature walking or simply spending some relaxing moments over here.
Address: Bathery- Puthupally Road, Sultan Bathery, Kerala 673592, India.
This is a paradise for bird-watching lovers. This sanctuary is rich in medicinal plants &shrubs. This is a popular trekking destination in Wayanadu with amazing scenic views of breath-taking hills, green valleys, streams, etc.
Address: Banasura Sagar Dam, Padinjarathara, Kerala 673575.
This dam is built across the tributary of the Kabini River. This is the largest earth dam built in India and the second largest in Asia. The dam is surrounded by unlimited natural beauty and things you can enjoy here are boating, trekking, and sightseeing, etc.
Address: Tholpetty, Wayanad, Sultan Bathery, Kerala 673592, India.
This is another UNESCO designated biosphere reserve in Wayanadu. You can enjoy jungle safari over here with the chances of seeing animals like t elephants, tigers, leopards, bears, deer, monkeys, and reptiles, etc. This is a popular bird-watching destination in Wayanadu.
Address: Nenmeni, Kerala 673595, India.
This is a historic site where you can find tow huge natural caves. Through a thrilling trekking only you can reach in this site. There are amazing drawings of animals inside the caves done by ancient people. Edakkal is the only known place in India with Stone Age carvings especially Neolithic and Mesolithic age.
Address: Chembra, Kerala 673586.
If you want to enjoy breath-taking views of hills, valleys and lush green forests, take a visit to this hill station. This is a paradise for trekkers. This is the highest peak in Wayanadu and you can enjoy a day-long hike towards this hill station for the best natural and scenic views of Wayanadu.