Wayanad is the best place to walk at the pace of nature. The sunshine, rainfalls, and beauty of this place will take you one step closer to mother earth. This green heaven is settled between the hills of Western Ghats and shares the borders with wildlife sanctuaries- Mudumalai and Bandipur. A visit to Wayanad rekindles the soul through the cloud kissing mountain that brings good tidings, the visual treat of sun rays kissing the trees, the caressing gentle breeze, and coolness of forests. Besides, the history, culture, greenery, and climate of this beautiful landscape is hypnotizing as well.

Wayanad sightseeing is always special and unique. It has a vast area of land perfect for the wildlife to roam around in their natural habitat. Wayanad has many attractions and places to see within and nearby. Known for its rich heritage and tradition, Wayanad is also blessed with well-protected habitats for human beings and wildlife too.

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Wayanad - The Green Paradise

Wayanad places to see are plenty as this nature blessed land connects Kerala with Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. The district comprises three attractive towns namely, Mananthavady, Kalpetta, and Sulthan Bathery. It is impossible to travel around Wayanad without proper planning. A better understanding and knowledge about the topography of Wayanad is inevitable to explore Wayanad to the fullest. All these towns have their attractions and all the towns are a bit far from each other.

Mananthavady has a special aura of rich wildlife and Thirunelli temple, things that make the place unique. Sulthan Bathery is known for its soothing climate and comfortable resorts. Kalpetta is a natural beauty that is famous for Pookot Lake and Banasura Sagar Dam. The stunning waterfalls, caves with carvings of the stone age, spice plantations, and wildlife make Wayanad, a perfect holiday destination.

Best Time To Visit Wayanad

Wayanad is known for its pleasant, cool, and unpolluted climate throughout the year. However, the best time to visit Wayanad is from October to May. It is advised to avoid Wayanad’s visit during Monsoon as landslides can occur.

  • Summer (March-May): Wayanad is cool and pleasant during the summer season too. Unlike other parts of Kerala, Wayanad maintains a pleasant and comfortable climate even during the summer season. The temperature will not cross 30°C in summer, promising a comfortable stay.
  • Monsoon (June-October): During Monsoon, Wayanad has a special beauty. With heavy waterfalls and greenery, the landscape becomes attractive. However, it is better to avoid Wayanad sightseeing during Monsoon.
  • Winter (October- February): Winter is the perfect time to visit Wayanad. The climate is cool and relaxing, the surroundings are chilly and pleasant. The mountains and forests welcome visitors to this green paradise with a charm.

How To Reach Wayanad

Wayanad shares its borders with Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

  • BY AIR: Calicut International Airport lies closer to Wayanad. Almost all domestic and international airlines operate from Calicut airport. Visitors can get down at the airport and take a taxi or state-run buses to Wayanad.
  • BY RAIL: Wayanad is not connected by rail directly. The nearest railway station is Kozhikode (Calicut). Kozhikode is one of the major railway stations in India that has halted for almost all superfast express trains. From Kozhikode railway station visitors can hire a taxi or state-run buses.
  • BY ROAD: Wayanad is connected to National and State Highways. There are State-run buses and private buses that run between Kerala, Tamil Nadu, and Karnataka.