Wayanad: Wayanad is a rural district in Kerala state, southwest India. In the east, the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is a lush, forested region with areas of high altitude, home to animals including Asiatic elephants, tigers, leopards and egrets. In the Ambukuthi Hills to the south, Edakkal Caves contain ancient petroglyphs, some dating back to the Neolithic age.
Wayanad is known for its spices, waterfalls and wildlife. Here you will have so many things to do and cater your travel needs & deeds. The richness of Wayanad is blessed with nature and wildlife, sprawling tea, coffee and spice plantations. For adventure and trekking seekers Wayanad is more than paradise. Comprising of various wildlife sanctuary and hilly regions there are lot of activities here that one can indulge in.
Edakkal Caves: is famous for its 5000 year old fascinating ancient rock etchings and drawings. A place of immense archaeological interest, the cave is frequented by archaeologists, historians and tourists alike. There are various scenes of hunting depicted on the walls of the two main chambers.
Pookot Lake: is a fresh water Lake located in the evergreen forests. The beauty of the lake, reflecting the lush green canopy of the mountains, is further accentuated by the surrounding meadows. The lake, situated at an altitude of 2000 m above sea level and offers a variety of options to unwind and relax; boat-rides being the perfect way to enjoy the scenic beauty of the region. The place has an aquarium, children’s park and a small emporium selling handicrafts and spices.