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Neelimala View Point | Wayanad Tourist place

  Neelimala Viewpoint offers a stunning view of the lush green natural vegetation and the breathtaking Meenmutti waterfalls. The serene atmosphere and the sounds of the birds chirping amidst the whispering leaves will put one at ease instantly. Trekking through the exciting misty trails and soaking in the fresh air to reach the point is a famous activity here. Entry Fee: To explore the surroundings of Lakkidi Viewpoint, you don’t need to pay anything. Timings: Anytime throughout the day Exploration Time: 3-4 hours Best Time to Visit: From early morning to early evening

Lakkidi View Point | Wayanad Tourist place

  Monkeys frequent this compact lookout point along a highway with mountain & valley views. The views are breathtaking. You get an aerial view of the valley along with lush green mountains & rock mountains in a distance. You can also see some cloud-covered mountains, which look magnificent. There are monkeys around this point, so keep your belongings safe & don’t feed the monkeys. There is no proper parking spot here. It’s just along the main road which is very busy. It’s not very safe for kids or elders. Since this is a famous spot, visiting amenities should be made available for tourists. Lakkidi Viewpoint famous for its mesmerizing views is a high altitude offering a bird's eye view of the city. Located 32 kilometer's from Wayanad, at an elevation of 700 mts, the region mostly stays misty and offers a beautiful view of the hairpin turns down the hill. The thrill of driving up to the point is an experience in itself. One should visit Lakkidi View Point for sunr

Soochipara Falls | Wayanad Tourist Place

Soochipara Falls also known as Sentinel Rock Waterfalls is a three-tiered waterfall in Vellarimala, Wayanad, India. It is surrounded by deciduous, evergreen, and montane forests. This place is so amazing and silent. After a nice walk through the forest, we will reach the waterfall which is located in between some huge rock formations. The best time to visit is morning. Because we can avoid the rush at that time and can feel the place better. The ticket price is ₹50 for adults. What a beautiful place to be. Wayanad is a precious gem Good place but a difficult hike for old age people. The stair path is slippery closer to the fall. Recommend wearing footwear accordingly. There were few security personnel near the waterfall which keeps the space safe. Entry Fee: There is no entry fee to visit Soochipara Falls in Wayanad. Timings: Although it remains open throughout the day, the ideal time duration would be from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Exploration Time: 1-2 hours Best Time to Visit: Monsoon Sea

Banasura Sagar Dam | Wayanad Tourist Place

  Banasura Sagar Dam, which impounds the Karamanathodu tributary of the Kabini River, is part of the Indian Banasura Sagar Project consisting of a dam and a canal project started in 1979 The dam is now a well-liked tourist attraction. Many people travel there to do speed boating at Banasura Sagar Dam and trekking at Banasura Hill. The BBC named the Banasura Hill Resort, which is around 20 kilometres from the dam, Asia's largest earthen resort. Tourists love the available pedal and speed boats very much. One thrilling activity that shouldn't be missed is a speed boat trip. Entry Fee: INR 10 per person Timings: Anytime between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM Exploration Time: 2 hours Best Time to Visit: September to March

Edakkal Caves | Wayanad Tourist Place

  The Edakkal caves are two natural caves at a remote location at Edakkal, 25 km from Kalpetta in the Wayanad district of Kerala in India's Western Ghats. They lie 1,200 m above sea level on Ambukutty Mala, near an ancient trade route connecting the high mountains of Mysore to the ports of the Malabar coast. The best example of ancient life on earth. The cave is full of ancient inscriptions and it’s beautiful to look at. Gives us a glimpse of the past. The best part is the hike that we have to do to reach the place. It’s almost 1.5 km of steep slope and stairways. It’s the most amazing experience that we can have in our life. The top view from the cave entrance is amazing and beautiful. If you ever visit Wayanad, you must see this place and This is the place where can feel the Nature Had lots of time in SultanBattery and decided the visit. Plan for 9 AM to 3 PM to really enjoy the trek and place. 1st checkpoint is the parking ticket entry barrier, 40 per car, they give you the par

Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary | Wayanad Tourist Place

 Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary The Sulthan Bathery, Muthanga, Kurichiat, and Tholpetty hill ranges are part of the 344.44 km2 Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, a wildlife sanctuary in Wayanad, Kerala, India. There are several different large wild species to be found there, including tigers, deer, gaurs, and Asian elephants. Hectares of land make up Waynadu Wild Sanctuary. If you intend to visit the location in the early morning or late at night after 5 p. m. The greatest time to go is when you can see the wild creatures. Otherwise, you were blind. We observed animals including tigers, pigs, peacocks, elephants, and deer. It is a sizable jungle region. We travelled for a while, and seeing the wild creatures was enjoyable." The safari through the local fauna was exhilarating. Beautiful woodland roads and a variety of elephants, deer, and peacocks can be seen. The best time to visit is early in the day. The adult fare was Rs. 160, and a safari jeep added on cost Rs. 720, whether you were a co

Chembra Peak | Wayanad Tourist place

Chembra Peak  Chembra Peak is a mountain in the state of Kerala, India, with an elevation of 2,100 m above sea level. The path from a little pond to the heart-shaped lake becomes incredibly slick if you hike directly after monsoon season. It's not a good idea to merely travel for visits. However, choosing to go on a journey will provide the ideal experience. Due to the limited number of trekkers permitted each day (200), getting tickets can be challenging. Early in the morning, at 5:00 AM, they will begin handing out tokens. After 7:00 AM, those who receive tokens will receive admittance tickets. Five persons can journey together with a single ticket. However, if we are going on a hike, we need to show up early to get our tickets. The reward is worth the effort... It is much simpler to ascend than to descend. One water bottle is sufficient for one person, so try not to overpack since this will make your bag heavier. In the monsoon, the route becomes extremely treacherous, making it

Meenmutty Waterfalls | Wayanad Tourist Place

Meenmutty Falls is a waterfall in the Thiruvananthapuram District of the Indian state of Kerala, 45 kilometers from Trivandrum. The Ponmudi hill station, the Thiruvananthapuram district, and the Agastya Mala Biosphere reserves are all close to the falls. One of Kerala's best waterfalls and a fantastic location for hiking. Here, we may go on a good hike with friends and family, and there are ropes to aid in climbing. When we reach the top, it will be well worth seeing. Children and the elderly will tire easily since they must descend steep rocks to get to the entire vista of the falls, which is difficult for the elderly. The Meenmutty Falls, which are blessed with captivating natural beauty, is the ideal location to capture some amazing images of Mother Nature. The environment in this location is as picturesque as it gets, whether it's the mountains' rich foliage or the surging falls' turquoise waters. You would want to take pictures of the amazing contrast created by th

Best Tourist places in Wayanad District Kerala | Wayanad

 Meenmutty Waterfalls Meenmutty Falls is a waterfall located 45 kilometres from Trivandrum city in Thiruvananthapuram District in the Indian state of Kerala, India. The falls are located near the Ponmudi hill station, Thiruvananthapuram district and Agastya Mala Biosphere reserves. Chembra Peak Chembra Peak is a mountain in the state of Kerala, India, with an elevation of 2,100 m above sea level. Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary in Wayanad, Kerala, India with an extent of 344.44 km² and four hill ranges namely Sulthan Bathery, Muthanga, Kurichiat and Tholpetty. A variety of large wild animals such as gaur, Asian elephant, deer and tiger are found there Edakkal Caves The Edakkal caves are two natural caves at a remote location at Edakkal, 25 km from Kalpetta in the Wayanad district of Kerala in India's Western Ghats. They lie 1,200 m above sea level on Ambukutty Mala, near an ancient trade route connecting the high mountains

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