Wayanad, which is situated 2,300ft to 6,800ft above sea level, has a pleasant cool climate compared to the sultry plains of Kerala.
The hilltop presents a stunning 360-degree bird’s eye view of the lush green Wayanad district.
The history-laden caves are not only a treat to the eyes but a reflection of the existence of human beings.
Churuli is in the first ward of Thondarnad panchayath in Wayanad.
Kunkichira is located close to the forest at the edge of Kunjom village in Wayanad.
Wonder Caves is a hidden gem located in Makkamkunnu shrouded in mist and mystery.
Mountain Shadows in Wayanad is a new hideaway - a 20-acre island resort located at the foothills of Banasura Mountains with a stunning view of Banasura lake.
Karlad also offers you the experience of getting onto the zip line of the highest altitude in Wayanad.
Enveloped by mountains, hills, and forests, Wayanad's scenic beauty remains unmatched. Here are some of the must-visit places in Wayanad.
Some travellers even pitch tents there to witness the sunrise and the sunsets. It might not be a cakewalk to reach Ponmudikotta, but it is worth the effort.