Wayanad is located on the summit of the Deccan Plateau on its southern side with the Western Ghats running through it.
Blessed by nature with lush, tropical forests, undulating slopes through which a number of smooth flowing rivers run across and a climate that promises to charm, the serene hill station of Wayanad remains even today uncorrupted by modernity and thus, is generally regarded to be one of the most popular tourist destinations of Kerala. A definite must-visit while on a holiday in Kerala.
Located in the north eastern section of the state of Kerala, the beautiful district of Wayanad is one of the most popular hill stations of India. Surrounded by lush green, sloping plains of spice plantation, a trip to Wayanad is a must include if you are planning a tour to Kerala.
Surrounded by greenery on all sides.
Boating facilities for tourists,Chidrens Park,Fresh water acquarium,etc.
Distance: 15 km from Kalpatta,40 km from Bathery,50 km from Mananthawady.
Situated at Ambukutthi Hills,4000 feet high, near Bathery,one of the oldest historical monuments famous for its ancient cave paintings.The cave was formed on its own when a huge boulder crashed into the hill.
Distance: 21 km from Kalpatta.
The river Kabini flowing through the middle of 950 acres of ever green forests forms estuaries leading to the island.
Distance: 40 km from Kalpatta.
A rare treasure house of hundreds of different varieties of birds, herbs and plants. Entry sanctioned only through D.F.O.,North Wayanad.
Permitted hours of sight seeing: 11 am to 5 pm.
Distance: 71 km from Kalpatta, 78 km from Bathery,36 km from Mananthawady.
Major Hindu temple,famous for conducting funeral rites.
Distance: 64 km from Kalpatta,71 km from Bathery,29 km from Mananthawady.
Chembra forms the biggest mountain range in Wayanad,towering 2,100 m above sea level,from where a birds eye view of the entire area can be enjoyed.Camping facilities will be provided,on advance booking at the Jilla Tourism Promotion Council.
Distance: 17 km from Kalpatta,42 km from Bathery,52 km fron Mananthawady.
Travelling from Meppady,for about a distance of 13 km,through sprawling tea estates,one reaches the Falls.
You can reach the closest point to these famous Falls when you travel through the Vaduvanchal route.
Distance: 29 km fromKalpatta,28 km from Bathery,64 km from Mananthawady.
A paradise for adventure seekers and trekkers situated at Cheengeri Hills,at a distance of 2 km from Ambalavayal.
Distance: 26 km from Kalpatta,12 km from Bathery,43 km from Mananthawady.
This ancient temple considered to be more than 1000 years old,is famous for its architecture,especially the huge and sturdy granite pillars and other carvings.
Distance: 25 km from Kalpatta.
The unique feature of this dam is that the entire structure is built of mud.
Distance: 14 km from Kalpatta, 28 km from Bathery, 41 km from Mananthawady.
This sanctuary is connected to Bandipur Domestic Park of Karnataka and Mudumali Wildlife Sanctuary of Tamil Nadu and belongs to the Nilgiri Bioshere.This place is famous for its elephant population.Tigers,leopards,wild cats,stags,spotted deer,wild squirrels,bears,wild pigs,porcupines, and wild mongooses besides a variety of land and water birds can also be seen by the wild life enthusiasts and trekkers.
Distance: 13 km from Bathery, 38 km from Kalpatta.
This is yet another place popular for wild animals and is an entry point to the tourist destinations in Karnataka.