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.
From the top of Muneeswaran Hill, tourists can enjoy a panoramic view of almost the entire northeastern region of Wayanad
Travellers can reach Wayanad from all major cities through NH 17. This prominent tourist destination is almost 300 kilometres from Bangalore.
Wayanad never disappoints travellers. Kurumbalakotta is one of the last frontiers in the verdant border district.
Mundakai is a quaint spot tucked into the hillocks of Kerala's Wayanad district. Never-ending stretches of tea plantations, lofty hills and lush green forests give this area an ethereal aura.
Recently, the actress went on a trek to Wayanad, where she climbed the hills wearing a saree!
The rock engravings by the ancient man continue to attract tourists and historians to these caves situated on the Ambukuthi Mala in Kerala's Wayanad district.
This ancient house has become the location for 'Thudi,' directed by Anilkumar, 'Amma,' a ghost movie which was released in Malayalam, Tamil and Kannada as well as many telefilms, serials and home cinemas including that of Madambu Kunjukuttan.