Tour overview

Nestled amidst the lush green hills of Western Ghats,Wayanad is one of the popular travel destination for nature lovers. The district is an integral part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, therefore perfect to spend time with nature and indulge in adventures. The emerald beauty of the hills, the mists clouding the roads, thundering waterfalls, uninhibited wildlife, will welcome you to God’s Own Country. Trekking is the lure for adventure enthusiasts whereas honeymoon couples are enchanted by the charming treehouses.


  • Local Transportation
  • Accommodations
  • Professional Guide

Not Included

  • Entrance Fees
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Day 1

Pepper Grove run by the Karnataka tourism department is a good stay option in Sulthan Bathery. From here you can explore one pocket of Wayanad. It is recommended to start your day by visiting the beautiful Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary lying within Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve and holding on steadfastly to its primal wilderness.
Through thickets of deciduous, semi-deciduous and semi-evergreens trees, past streaming Kakkayam river, lies the Protected Area home to the Tiger, Sloth Bear, Deers and of course, the majestic Elephants and deadly King Cobra.Now that you have traversed the wild side of Wayanad, take the fork in the road marking its memory lane and visit Sulthan Bathery, erstwhile Sultan Battery and famous for being Tipu Sultan’s armoury. Once here, The main attractions like temples and waterfalls

Day 2

After a lazy, filling breakfast at the hotel, you can plan a day's outing at Ambalavayal where the ancient history of Wayanad will come alive right before your eyes. Home to attractions like Wayanad Heritage Museum and Edakkal Caves, some of the not to miss places to visit in Wayanad. Edakkal Caves is about 5 km away from the museum and you have to do a little bit of trekking in order to reach there.Translating to 'stone in between' the name Edakkal more or less describes the caves, a site of immense historical and archaeological significance and etched with carvings that date back to the Neolithic era, the late Stone Age. There is an uphill trek of a kilometer to reach the caves.

Day 3

So, on the last day of your 3 day tour itinerary for Wayanad, we recommend you to visit Pookode Lake, 36 km away on NH 212/Kozhikode-Mysore-Kollegal highway. Luminescent like an eyris blue pearl, nestled at the foot of canopied hills, Pookode lake is the perfect place to simply immerse yourself in Wayanad’s fragrant forests. You can enjoy different activities like boating, row boating and kayaking while here.After spending some time at the lake, head out to Lakkidi, a breathtakingly luxuriant valley with gurgling streams and lofty peaks, about 4.6 km away. Out here do make it a point to stop by Thamarassery ghat road and be swept away by the incredibly magnificent view.

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