Duration
2 Nights / 3 Days
Season Type
All Season
Location
Domestic
Kerala
Wayanad
Wayanad

Kerala - Wayanad 2N3D.

This popular town is famous for wildlife and its spice plantations. Wayanad is part of a forest reserve, located on the border of Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Because of it wild green coverage it offers great scenic beauty along with the experience of seeing wildlife.

Location Kerala, Wayanad
Destination Wayanad
Cost Start from 8000 per person
Car

Details

Day 1
Wayanad
Day 1: Calicut to Wayanad
Day 1: Calicut to Wayanad

Arrive at Calicut / Kozhikode International airport or the railway station, (about 4 hrs’ drive). You will be delighted with the mesmerizing sight of hills, caves hiding some secrets of the past, lakes reflecting the surrounding lustrous forests, small streams and miniature water falls caressing the hills On your arrival at Vythri / Kalpetta. Later visit Soojipara waterfalls and Pookot lake-3 km south of Vythiri, the enduring fresh water lake nestled among wooded hills. You have an overnight stay at the coziness of the hotel.

Day 2
Wayanad
Wayanad Local Sightseeing
Wayanad Local Sightseeing

Visit the Kuruva island and Chembra peak-at about 2100 mts above MSL. It is a ‘Trekker’s Paradise’, of incredible scenic beauty. From Chembra hill we get a view of Neelimala view point and Vaduvanchal which is an excellent venue for trekking with lots of inspiring trails after visiting Chembra peak you will go 900 Kandi for incredible Glass bridge view point in a Jeep (additional cost). Meenmutty falls is yet another remarkable 2 km jungle trek off the main Ooty road. Meenmutty has also the largest and one of the most amazing waterfalls in Wayanad. Lakkidi, the gateway to Wayanad, is situated 700 mts above MSL, at the shell of Thamarassery Ghat (pass). Over-night stay at wayanad hotel

Day 3
Wayanad
Wayanad sightseeing-Calicut Drop
Wayanad sightseeing-Calicut Drop

Morning, after breakfast check out and go for sightseeing during which you will be led to the famous Edakkal caves-12 kms from Sulthan Bathery. There are three (3) caves located at a height of 1000 mts on Ambukuthi mala near Ambalavayal. The new Stone Age pictographic writings on the walls of these natural caves at Edakkal are the indication of the civilizations that existed in the regions in the pre-historic times.Chethalayam Falls: Chethalayam is the on the waterfalls in Wayanad. Its surroundings offer a number of vantage points for bird-watching. It is also popular with trekking enthusiasts. Later proceed to the airport/railway station to board your flight/train. As you go home let the ever-relishing memory of Gods own Country remain in your mind.

End of the trip